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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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The Danger of Food Contamination by Aluminum

Larry Weingarten, who knows more about water heaters than most of us, shared this circa-1932 booklet about The Danger of Food Contamination by Aluminum. We include it in ...

Published on 11/13/2014 10:13 AM by R.M. Le Hunte Cooper and M.D.
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Bryant Water Heater Patent

This patent is courtesy of the late, great Joe Szakacs. Joe loved anything Bryant. He told us that this is the first boiler Bryant ever manufactured.

Published on 06/11/2014 5:01 PM
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Anode Patent (1924)

Here is a circa-1929 patent on an early anode, courtesy of Joe Szakacs, one of the great old-timers.

Published on 06/09/2014 9:44 AM
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