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Take a stroll through HVAC history in our Heating Museum. This section of our website preserves history and answers that so-important question: What the heck is that thing? Whenever you run across anything unusual, chances are you’ll find the old literature about it right here.

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Bundyweld Tubing

Bundyweld was lightweight tubing that came out of the automobile industry and was a radiant-heating alternative to wrought iron and steel pipe in the days following World...

Published on 06/16/2014 10:33 AM
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Byers Wrought Iron for Radiant Heating

A.M. Byers Company sold wrought iron pipe, not systems, but they put this booklet together to promote radiant heating. It's really well done, with lots of installation ph...

Published on 06/16/2014 10:31 AM
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Campanelli System

Here are the complete installation instructions for the radiantly heated homes in the Weathersfield development of Schaumburg, Illinois, built by the Campanelli Brothers....

Published on 06/16/2014 10:29 AM
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