Burner, Pilot, and Superheater Restoration

Steel Remains Of The Burner Shell and Superheater Ring

Once the burner had been cleaned of insulating materials the heads of the screws that held the remaining sheet metal shell in place had their heads ground off and the sheet metal removed.  From the steel remnants measurements were taken to attempt to understand what the burner shell and superheater ring original design might have been.  Of great assistance was Tom Marshall in allowing the Cruban burner on his Model 740 Stanley to be examined and measured.  Tom also provided valuable technical information on the Cruban burnerís design and functionality.  From this information a set of drawings was made to detail the new sheet metal that would have to be fabricated.

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