Friday, June 13, 2014

Hydrants and Weeds

Ansonia, Connecticut


In fact, instead of a hydrant, this second one seems to be an external feed to the building's sprinkler system and I'm not sure about the first one at all.

6 comments:

Martina said...

The first one is interesting, indeed. Can you read the manufacturer's name? The blogger photo is too small.

Carl said...

Looks like "LUDLOW." The letters are blurred from multiple layers of paint but I think that's it.

Martina said...

Ludlow Valve was founded by Henry G. Ludlow in 1866 in Waterford, NY ...

I'll be back ...

Martina said...

Ludlow Valve was founded by Henry G. Ludlow in 1866 in Waterford, NY ...

I'll be back ...

Martina said...

So ... it's a post indicator valve with wrench ...

http://www.enggcyclopedia.com/2011/11/water-spray-fixed-systems-fire-protection-nfpa-15/

Puuuh.

Martina said...

Hmm, and now I see this my old comment in the comment box ... strange things happen here ... ;-)

"So ... it's a post indicator valve with wrench ...

http://www.enggcyclopedia.com/2011/11/water-spray-fixed-systems-fire-protection-nfpa-15/

Puuuh."