Future considerations from EE

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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by AnthonyDuarte » Mon Mar 01, 2021 11:21 am

ALCOSTEAM,

I plan to produce them in 1" and 1.6". At the moment all the molds are done for the 1" version.
Not sure if I ever posted the final list of future products here on Chaski, so just in case here it is.

- "Consolidated" Safety Valves (1.6" and 2.5" scale)
- "Coale" Safety Valves (1.6" scale)
- **Nathan Top Feed Checks (1.6" scale - 2 styles)
- Nathan "R" Simplex Lifting Injector (1" and 1.6" scale)
- Nathan Reversible Check Valves (1" scale)
- **Bull's Eye No.9 3-feed Working Hydrostatic Lubricator (2.5" scale)
- Hancock Vertical Check Valve (1.6" scale)
- Nathan Reversible Check Valve (1.6" scale)
- Westinghouse Cross Compound Castings (1.6", 1" and 3/4" scales)

** indicates pre-order only, extras will not be made

This is what you can expect to see from EE over the next 2-3 years. No doubt other products will slip in here and there.
My first priorities after the Nathan 4000's are done will be 1.6" and 2.5" scale safeties, followed by the Westinghouse XCompound castings in all 3 scales. The Simplex injectors will be produced before the end of this year in both scales as well.

Anthony

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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by Andypullen » Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:18 pm

That’s awesome Anthony!

Are you still considering the Sellers lifting injectors?

Let me know if you need a deposit on anything.

Thanks!

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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by ALCOSTEAM » Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:23 pm

I will be looking for the Nathan "R" Simplex Lifting Injectors to come up. Will need two for the current project.

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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by Fender » Sat Mar 13, 2021 4:38 pm

Anthony, when will you require the pre-order for the bullseye lubricator? Or is this off in the future?
Thanks.
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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by AnthonyDuarte » Sun Mar 14, 2021 3:31 pm

Andypullen wrote:
Sat Mar 13, 2021 12:18 pm

Are you still considering the Sellers lifting injectors?
Unfortunately there wasn't much enthusiasm for the Sellers. Plus most of the comments I did receive were requesting a different type/style or scale.
Fender wrote:
Sat Mar 13, 2021 4:38 pm
Anthony, when will you require the pre-order for the bullseye lubricator? Or is this off in the future?
Thanks.
I'll require a pre-order when it comes time for production so I know how many castings to order. I'll put together a working prototype before then so I'm not flying by the seat of my pants!

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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by Fender » Sun Mar 14, 2021 9:00 pm

OK, will stay tuned for further developments!
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Re: Future considerations from EE

Post by SeanNaPiob » Sun Mar 21, 2021 11:44 pm

I'm definitely in for a couple of Nathan top feed checks.

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