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  1. #1
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    Smile Age of American Standard Boiler

    Came across this boiler yesterday on a two-unit inspection. It's an American Standard Model #G27-DP, Series #6B-J5. Anyone have any reference material to determine approximate age of unit. Just by sight I'm thinking at least 45 years.

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    Sean

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    Default Re: Age of American Standard Boiler

    Yes, about 45 mabey older. I've seen some american standards as old as 60 and still chugging away. Chugging being the key word. Typically a new boiler will pay for itself over 5 years in the savings on oil. And carbon monoxide levels in the home would probably be reduced quite abit also from the looks of that casing and stack.


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