11:28AM | 01/13/05
Member Since: 01/12/05
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I have 13 various sized steam radiators. I live in Tri-State area. Iowa, Ill. & Wis.

11 of them are the taller radiators measuring about 39 inches tall, 4 have 3 steam columns, and the other 7 have 2. The sizes range from 3 fins to 12 fins. The other 2 are the shorter about 19 inches tall, one is 5 column and approx. 32 inches long. The other one is 6 column and approx. 60 inches long. The taller radiators are decortive except for one the shorter radiators are plain. Please let me know what size you are looking for. I have pictures to send.

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11:23AM | 01/29/05
Member Since: 01/28/05
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i am curious, if you know of any way of cleaning inside of radiators , short of removing them and boiling them out!

I thought of draining system iin spring, back syphoning, with gallon of vinegar on hose attached to air valve?


08:01PM | 01/29/05
Member Since: 01/12/05
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Sorry, The only thing we did was drain our system every month during the heating season, and then again in spring. We never did anything else.



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