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    hi, somebody work with steam boilers here?

    i work with hot water boilers and steam boiler in mexico, i would like to meet some people that working with steam boilers too...

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    I work on HW, and steam...mainly residential though.
    Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And its no longer the sideshow, its the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and were dealing only with the freaks. - Jonathan Winters

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwhip View Post
    I work on HW, and steam...mainly residential though.
    Nice to meet you coolwhip...! Are you work with cleaver brooks boilers?

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    Doesn't ring a bell around here...are these commercial boilers?
    Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And its no longer the sideshow, its the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and were dealing only with the freaks. - Jonathan Winters

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    Yes it is... Its the most famous brand in mexico, made in usa

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    Made in USA you say? Are you sure that it isn't just assembled here and the bits and pieces come from China and Mexico?
    Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And its no longer the sideshow, its the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and were dealing only with the freaks. - Jonathan Winters

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    Heres some info on CB BOILERS http://cleaverbrooks.com/About-Us/Co...eet/Index.aspx so you might know something about them.

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    Doesn't say where they are actually made....me thinks China or Mexico.
    Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And its no longer the sideshow, its the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and were dealing only with the freaks. - Jonathan Winters

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwhip View Post
    Doesn't say where they are actually made....me thinks China or Mexico.
    http://www.cleaver-brooks.com/About-...ons/Index.aspx its manufactured in different cities... but made in usa

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwhip View Post
    Doesn't say where they are actually made....me thinks China or Mexico.
    funny... Cleaver Brooks are made in USA and Canada. They have manufacturing in Stratford, Ontario and Thomasville, Georgia and another plant in Nebrasaka I believe. Nice boilers. I've worked on them for years...
    "...refresh my memory. When did I start caring about this stuff...?"

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    Very good quality commercial /Industrial boiler. I service and maintain A few here in Milwaukee Wisconsin. They are far above A residential boiler that is rated in btu's, the ones I have handled were all rated in H. P.

    RiZ

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