judy motzkin on sat 12 feb 00
Here's one for all you gas kiln historians:
I am trying to identify the burners on my gas kiln. I can
make out some letters through the rust.
I see J.P.Rand or Hand. Any help???
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David McDonald on mon 14 feb 00
Could be J.P.Ward, one of the various companies bought up by Laguna Clay
Company in the past number of years. Some of the products J.P.Ward
produced were steel pipe fittings and related steel products, I
On Sat, 12 Feb 2000 10:17:52 EST judy motzkin
> Here's one for all you gas kiln historians:
> I am trying to identify the burners on my gas kiln. I can
> make out some letters through the rust.
> I see J.P.Rand or Hand. Any help???
> Do You Yahoo!?
> Talk to your friends online with Yahoo! Messenger.
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Marc Ward on mon 14 feb 00
The only info I can offer is this; take another close look, does it maybe say
J.P. Ward? If so, that is a manufacturer of plumbing pipe and may not be
associated with the burners, merely parts the burner maker used. Sorry I
couldn't be of more help.
Ward Burner Systems
PO Box 1086
Dandridge, TN 37725
wardburner.com online catalog