KEWANEE Boiler®

Kewanee Boilers – Manufactured from 1868 to 2002 – residential , commercial, and industrial units

Ceased production operations in 2002

Purchased by Burnham Corporation in 1991 – facilities in Kewanee, IL eventually closed and sold.  Burnham established company in Indiana (Classical Parts & Service) to maintain availability of original replacement parts.  Assets of Classical Parts purchased by Burton Mechanical, LTD. in 2006 which is currently producing replacement parts from engineering drawings dated back to 1916, engineering and sales records produced after mid 1968, and purchasing records from 1985 on.

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Parent Company:  Burton Mechanical, LTD
Photos courtesy of Casey Patten – Root River Inspections

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