RN Dockyard Portable Steam Boiler
A large and powerful portable steam boiler built for the Admiralty (Royal Navy) as a dockyard boiler, to be used for dockside testing, etc.
Coal-fired and substantial welded construction, including heavy wheels. Large collapsable chimney. Complete with a Worthington-Simpson duplex feed pump, bracket mounted on one side and various boiler fittings including safety valves and water level gauges.
Fully restored and for sale in very good condition, with new boiler certificates.
3 Drum Water Tube Marine Boiler
A three drum boiler with steam collector and optional super heater. Rated at 350 – 400 lbs per hour at 150 psi working pressure when burning oil, also suitable for coal, wood or gas firing.
A marine type boiler designed for a steam launch. This was built by Anthony Beaver but remained unused until first steaming in 2010, since when it has been used for some 270 hours. Now available for sale with full test certification.
Cochran Pattern Vertical Steam Boiler
A welded construction coal fired steam boiler, built in the 1970’s/1980’s, apparently unused and designed for steam launch, steam car or stationary use.
Approx. 4 Ft high and working pressure 175 psi, with an estimated output of approx. 300 lbs/hr.
MARSHALL Portable Steam Boiler
An ex-Admiralty (Royal Navy) dockyard boiler, built by Marshall & Sons Ltd, Gainsborough c1940.
Used for engine running and other testing purposes at a Royal Navy dockyard, this high output steam boiler is of riveted construction and sits on Marshall’s sprung type wheels. For sale with most fittings including safety valve and gauge glass frames, etc.
Believed in reasonable, usable condition.