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ILLUSTRATED 

Catalogue! Price List 

OF 

VALVES and COCKS 

GAS, STEAM, MILL, 
FACTOR Y, STEAMB OAT AN D RAILWAY 

SUPPLIES 

TOOLS and MACHINERY 
LERS, ENGINES and PUMPS. 



JANUARY, 1902. 



Crawley & Johnston, 

SALESROOM AND OFFICE: 522 MAIN ST., OPPOSITE POST OFFICE. 

Factory and Warehouse ". In Rear, fronting on Langdon Court. 
CINCINNATI, OHIO. 

'PHONES: \ Main, J£|*; ' ' • \ K' V 



THE U8RARVOF 

CONGRESS, 
Two Cowes Received 

OCT. 25 1901 

COPVRIQHT ENTRY 

CLASS CL XXc. No, 

mm* 



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Com righted, K>c>i, ; by Wm. T. Johnston. 



SPECIAL NOTICE. 



TO FACILITATE BUSINESS AND SAVE CORRESPONDENCE, WE BEG TO CALL THE 
ATTENTION OF OUR CUSTOMERS TO THE FOLLOWING POINTS. 



This Catalogue supersedes all of previous issue. 

Prices are subject to change without notice. 

In ordering, please refer to the Catalogue, Page, and name of article. 

Full shipping instructions, and complete specifications whenever any 
change from regular goods is required, should accompany each order. Where 
no instructions are given, all goods will be made in the regular way, and 
shipped by the most expeditious route. 

Boxing and crating, when required, will be charged for at cost, except 
when furnished free by the manufacturers. 

Insurance will not be placed on domestic shipments, unless requested. 
On foreign shipments, the insurance will be effected by us, unless we are 
advised to the contrary. 

Our responsibility as shippers ceases upon delivery of goods at railway 
station or wharf, and transportation company's receipt obtained for same in 
good condition. 

We must insist that customers confer with us before returning any goods 
apparently erroneously shipped them, and unless permission is obtained from 
us, the party returning will in all cases, pay freight and expenses, and be 
responsible for any damage to the goods until received by us. 

Our terms are net cash in thirty days, unless otherwise agreed. 

Correspondence relating to business, to secure prompt attention, must in 
all cases be addressed direct to the house, and not to individuals. 

CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Your Machinery and Supply House. 



There are many things about the Machinery and Supply business 
which require years of learning. 

Our experience in this line, together with our engineering and machine 
shop experience, place us in position to know all about the goods we sell. 

You can not be expected to -know much about all of the different lines 
of goods pertaining to the general supply business. 

We are exerting every energy toward running this business as you 
would like to see it run. 

We study the wants of our customers, and the requirements for all 
conditions. 

It is a pleasure to patronize a place with whom you can consult and 
feel assured that you are receiving the benefit of ideas of practical people who 
are experts in the business. 

In addition to our personal experience, we have surrounded ourselves 
with men who are experts in their particular line. 

To deserve and get your entire confidence when it comes to a matter 
of engineering work, machine work or supplies, is our ambition. 

We want you to give us your confidence, and this point given, we 
know we can depend on your wants being supplied at our store. 

Our rapidly increasing general business, and especiallythat our Supply 
business, is showing remarkable gains, is proof that an earnest, honest, 
intelligent effort is sure of prompt reward. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



TAKE-UPS. 

For Use where it is Necessary to Take Up Slack in Belts as in Elevators. 
Made to Pull and Push. 






PRICE 


LIST AND DIMENSIONS. 




No. of 
Frame. 


Diameter 
of Shaft. 


Price Each 
"A"or"B" 


No. of 
Frame 


Diameter 
of Shaft. 


Price Each 
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4 


*tt« 


1.75 


12 


2 Vie 


6.75 


4 


me 


1.90 


20 


2 %6 


9.50 


4 


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5 
5 


1 %e 
1 5 Ae 


2.55 

2.70 


20 
20 


2i% 6 

2* 5 /l6 


11.00 
13.50 


7 


1 7 Ae 


3.25 


24 


315/16 


15.00 


7 


1 %6 


3.50 


36 


3 15 Ae 


20.00 


7 


1H1« 


4.00 


48 


3 15 /l6 


35.00 


9 


mi 6 


4.75 


60 


3i% 6 


40.00 


9 


-2 3 /i© 


5.00 


72 


4 %« 


50.00 


12 


2 -16 


6.25 









In ordering, give diameter of shaft. 
The number of Frame indicates length of movement in inches. 



Fig. 2057. 



Fig. 2058. 



SPROCKET WHEELS, 

FOR REGULAR CHAIN LIST. 




All our Sprocket Wheels 
Work in Either Direction. 

Additional price to be added 
to list price for Split Sprockets, 
Square or Jaw Clutch Sprock- 
ets, Sprockets with extra large 
hubs or hubs one side only, and 
tor all Sprockets bored larger 
than four inches. 

In some cases several numbers 
of chain belting run on same 
wheels, as 35, 45, and 55. or 57, 
67, and 77, or 75, 78, and 88. 

In ordering give the diameter 
of the wheel and the number of 
teeth and exact size of bore, and 
say whether set screws or key 
wa}'. We charge extra for both 
set screws and key seat. 



Fig. 2059. 

For Sizes and Prices, see Next Pages. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PERFECT DISCHARGE ELEVATORS. 

The two eleva- 
tors shown by 
these cuts are 
constructed with 
our adjustable 
plates which form 
a chute at the top 
for perfect deliv- 
ery The eleva- 
tors can be per- 
pendicular or at 
any angle of ele- 
vation. The over- 
lapping plates in 
No. 1 cover the 
entire chain belt 
and in No. 2 
nearly cover it to 
prevent the in- 
coming material 
from falling 
through the chain 
belt into the wheel 
at the intake. 
Style "A" or style 
"B" buckets can 
be used on either 
of them. 

For No. 1 with 
the overlapping 
plates we make 
the top and bot- 
tom wheels as 
large diameter as 
possible to insure 

free and silent operation around the wheels. With No. 2 having the 
covering plates nearly abutting at the joints, we use any desirable 
diameter of wheels at top or bottom. 

With this construction the elevator can be run very slowly and still 
secure a perfect discharge and is equally applicable to rapid speed. For 
coarse coal, broken stone, and any material where a slow or moderate 
speed is best and protection to the chain belt desirable, this construction 
surpasses any other. Attention is also called to the complete protection 
of the adjusting screws in the boot. 





CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON ADJUSTABLE ELEVATOR BOOTS. 






SINGLE STRAND. 



DOUBLE STRAND. 



The Boots are made of Cast Iron, and are sup- 
plied with adjustable boxes in connection 
with pulWs, oil tubes and tighteners, 
all as represented in cut. 







PRICE LIST OF BOOTS. 






Size of Bucket. 


Size of Pulley. 


Price. 


Size of Bucket. 


Size of Pulley. 


Price. 


7x4V 2 

8x5 

9x5 
10x5V 2 
11x6 


14x 9 
14x10 
16x11 
16x12 
18x13 


$27.00 
30.00 
33.00 
37.00 
40.00 


12x6 
14x6 
16x6 

18x6 
20x6 

i 


; 18x14 
18x16 
20x20 
22x22 
24x24 


$44.00 
50.00 
65.00 
85.00 
95.00 



Elevators and Conveyors of various kinds 
and for almost any purpose 
furnished to order at 
, short notice. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PRICE LIST OF" 

Standard Detachable Chain Belt. 

In Effect after June 26th, 1899. Subject to Change in List and Discount Without Notice. 
^DESTROY ALL PREVIOUS LISTS."©! 

The numbers marked o. s. (odd sizes) are those for wtiich sprockets wheels are 
not made except to special order. 

All of our Chain Belt is made of the very best refined Malleable Iron. The links are 
drop hammered and accurately pitched to length and subjected to severe stationary and 
operative tests and proved to far higher speed than should ever be required in practical 
operation and finally are tested to fully double the -working strain given in the list, to 
insure as perfect goods as it is possible to produce. It is not best to over strain chain belt 
in working, nor run it too fast. 





PRICE PER FOOT. 


Ap- 
proxi- 
mate 
Links 
in 10 
- Feet. 


Maxi- 
mum 
Power 

Pounds 


No. 


PRICE PER FOOT. 


Ap-. 
pro xi 

mate 
1 Links 

in 10 
- Feet. 


. Maxi- 


No. 


'All Plain 
Links. 


AH 
special 
Links. 


With 
specia 

Links 
Inters 
perse<i 


All Plain 
Links. 


With 

All specia 

special Links 

Links. Inters 

persed 


mum 
Power 

in 
Pounds 


21' 


O.S. .20 |... 


| 192 


80 || 67 


20 


.34 


.25 1 52 


700 


23 


o.s. .15 




j 185 


65 || 71 


.25 




| 72 


925 


024 


.13 


.32 


.20 j 133 


50,|| 71V 2 


o.s. .23 




| 60 


900 


25 


.10 


.23 


.14 


133 


75 || 072 | .23 | 


| 72 | 900 


025 


o.s. .10 


.23 


14 


120 


75 |l 72 | .23 | 




59 | 850 


32 fc 


.10 


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.14 


104 


150 


72V 2 | .25 | 




72 | 925 


33 


.10 


.21 


.14 


86 


200 


75 | 23 | 37 


.28 


46 | 750 


34 


.10 


.21 


.14 


86 


225 


75V 2 | .25 | .48 


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51 


750 


35 


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74 


250 


76 | o.s. .23 | 




52 


625 


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58 


700 


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.25 


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60 


225 | 


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800 


38 


o.s. .11 


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60 


250 | 


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39 


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77 


300 | 


78 | 26 | .47 | .32 | 46 


1000 


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.15 


.25 


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88 


300 | 


83 


.31 


.56 | .44 | 30 


1200 


42 


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.22 


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88J 


300 | 


85 


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1300 


43 


o.s. .23 


.38 


.28 


79 


400 | 


88 | 31 


.56 


.41 | 46 


1200 


44 


o.s. .11 


.22 


.15 


80 


325 | 


89 


o.s. .40 




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1300 


45 


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.22 


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74 


350 | 


93 


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30 


1600 


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.20 


.14 


74 


250 | 


94 


.50 


.82 


64 


30 


1800 


47 


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.18 


74 


400 | 


95 


.40 


.75 


.57 


30 


1600 


48 


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375 I 


101 


o.s. .40 


.70 


.57 I 45 


1600 


50 


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87 


350 | 


103 


.50 


.75 | .62 


39 


1800 


51 


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104 


375 | 


105 


.44 


.62 


.53 


20 


1500 


52 


.15 


.25 


.18 


80 


500 | 


106 


o.s. .56 






20 


2000 


052 


.18 






80 


525 | 


108 


.50 


.88 


.69 


25y 2 


2000 


52y 2 


.20 


1 


79 


550 | 


114 


.63 | .80 


.72 


36V 2 . 


2000 


54 | o.s. .15 


1 


82 


475 | 


115 


o.s. .82 






37 


2050 


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1 


74 


525J 


116V 2 


o.s. .88 






37 


2100 


55 


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74 


450 | 


117 


o.s. .82 






37 


2150 


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1 


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600 | 


118 


o.s. .82 




1 37 


2200 


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.30 | .22 


74 


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122 


75 


1.15 


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20 


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57 


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30 | .20 


52 


600 | 


124 


.75 


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30 


2200 


58 


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1 


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130 


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2500 


62 


.20 


.34 | .25 


73 


650 | 


146 


75 


1.15 


.95 


20 


2800 


64 


o.s. .20 


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60 \ 


550 | 


160 


1.00 


150 


1.25 


12 


4000 


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79 


650 | 


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2100 


65 


o.s. .20 


.34 | .25 


56 | 550 | 


HHK2 | o.s.1.14 






34 


2500 


66 


.20 


.34 | .25 


60 I 700 | 


800 | .65 






29Vfc 


2000 


503% 5 | .13 


| | 94 | 200 | 


1 


1 








The above prices of Special Links are for A*. A*. A3. C», E», F2. g», G*. Hi. H*. JO, K*. M», M», 
Rl, R3, Si and S2. and as they are now made for the respective chains. Other Special Links will be 
furnished at special prices. Every size of Chain Belt in constant stock. Quick shipments. 
We have more than i OOO Patterns of Chain Belt. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




NO. 25— Full Size. 






CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





*No. 52 is made in two styles, round side bar and ribbed side bar; this cut shows 
the ribbed side bar, but the round side bar is equally strong and although a little 
lighter, is for many purposes preferable. Unless specified we send the ribbed side bar. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





10 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



11 




CHAIN COUPLER- 



12 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SALEM ELEVATOR BUCKETS. 



For Grain, Ore, Coal, Stone and Heavy Substances. 




TOOTH EDCE. 



SALEM" STEEL BUCKETS. 



PERFORATED. 



Capacity— Bushels per 
2C0 feet per mm. 


.our 


Sue of Buckec 


Regular Ga 

NTTr. ind C 


^fo^VVork ' 


EirCom ind Si.-rv.Ur 


Heiv 


Substances 


12 in. apart. 


Width HrCj-K'.'On 




Prwe.ei^ 


Gto*e of SceeiL' sed 


P 


ice, eicr. 


21 




2 x2 


inch. 




K)04 


No. IS 




fO 16 


40 




2k 2 x2>£ 






05 


•' 




18 


59 




3 x2^ 


" 




06 , 


'• 




19 


69 




8**2* 


" 




07 


" 




20 


87 




3 x3 


*• 




09 


No 16 




•26 


102 




3>£k3 


" 




10 






'9 


116 




4 x3 






11 


" 




30 


131 




4> 2 '*3 






12 


" 




3L 


159 




4 x3^ 


" 




12 






33 


179 




4K<3t< 


" 


•o 


13 






34 


199 




5 x3>| 


" 


% 


14 


" 




35 


229 




5 x4 


'• 


S. 


18 


" 




39 


251 




5^*4 




— 


19 






40 


274 




6 x4 




£ 


20 






41 


500 




7 *4J4 


" 


c75 


30 






49 


670 




8 *5 


" 


c 


41 


" 




59 


754 




9 x5 


" 




43 


" 




63 


973 




10 x5>£ 


" 


So 


54 


" 




76 


1220 




10- x6 


" 


s 


62 






81 


L342 




11 x6 


" 


o 


65 


" 




85 


1464 




12 x6 


" 


<- 


6S 






89 


1708 




14 x6 


" 


«2 


74 


" 




97 


1952 




16 x6 


M 


be 


89 






I 05 


2196 




20 x6 


" 


£ 


81 


" 




I 13 


2440 




20 x6 


" 




95 


" 




I 21 


1590 




10 x7 


" 




73 


" 




1 01 


1749 




11 x7 


« 




76 


•• 




1 05 


1908 




12 x7 






80 


" 




I 09 


^2226 




14 x7 


" 




88 






I. 17 


2544 




16 x7 


" 




96 






1 25 


2862 




18 x7 


" 




104 






1 33 


3180 




20 x7 


" 




1 12 






1 41 


Sire of Bucket 


Suitable for 


Ores, Coal, 


Broken Stone and Extra Hea«ry substa 


ices. 




Width Projection 


Gauge No. Price 


Gauge 


No. Price' 


Gauge No. Price 


Gauge No Pnce 


Gauge 


No. Price 


4 x3% inch. 


14 90 35 


12 


..$ 


10 ..$ 


8.. $ 


6 


.% 


4^x3^ " 


14.. 36 














5 x3>£ " 
5 x4 


14. . . 37 














14. . 44 














5>£x4 


14. .. 45 














6 x4 


14 ... 46 














7 X4K " 


14.. . 54 


12' 


' $0 67 










8" x5 


14. .. 66 


12 


78 


10." .$0 98 


8. '..•$! 23 


e" 


' *l 43 


9 x5 


1.4 ... . 70 


12 


82 


10 . . 1 04 | 8 . ... 131 


6 


. 1 51 


-10 x6^ " 


14 88 


12 . 


. 1 06 


10.. . 1 32 


S.. . 1 66 


6 


. 1 85 


10 x6 


14. . . 90 


12 . 


. 1 14 


10 .141 


8. . . 1 75 


6 


2 04 


11 x6 


14. . 94 


12. 


. 1 20 


10. . . . 1 48 


8.. 1 84 


6 


.. 2 14 


12 x6 


14....- 98 


12. 


. 1 26 


10. . . 1 55 


8 1 93 


6 


. 2 24 


14 x6 


14. . . 1 06 


12 


.. 1 38 


10 .1 69 


8.. . 2 11 


6. 


2 44 


16 x6 


14. . . 1 15 


12. 


1 50 


10.:.. 1 85 


8 ... 2 29 


6 


. 2 65 


18 x6 


14 ... 1 26 


12 


. . 1 61 


10 .. 2 01 


8. . . 2 47 


6 . 


2 87 


20 x6 


14 1 35 


12 


.. 1 73 


10 . . 2 17 


8.. . 2 65 


6 


3 09 


10 x7 " 


14 . 1 10 


12 


1 36 


10. . . . 1 72 


8. . . 2 18 


6 . 


. 2 46 


11 x7 


14. . . 1 15 


12 


.. 1 43 


10 . . 1 81 


8. . . 2 28 


6. 


.. 2 58 


12 x7 


14 . . 1 20 


12 . 


. 1 50 


10 1 89 


8. . 2 38 


6 


. 2 70 


14 x7 


14. . 1 30 


12.. 


. 1 64 


10. . . 2 04 


8. 2 58 


6 


. 2 94 


16 x7 


14.... 1 40 


12.. 


. . 1 78 


10 ... 2 22 


8. . . 2 78 


6 


3 IS 


18 x7 


14 . . 1 50 


12 . 


1 92 


10. 2 41 


8. . 2 98 


6 


3 42 


20 x7 ».' 


14. ... . 2 62 


12.. 


. 2 06 


10.. 2 61 


8. . . 3 18 


6 


. 3 68 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



13 



ELEVATOR BUCKETS. 



Tin Mill Buckets. 



m 



Steel Com Buckets. 




As per lists below, the smaller sizes are made of Tin "and 
rhe larger % of smooth, refined Steel; the ends are double seamed 
to the body by special machinery, which enables us to produce 
a bucket which for strength and smoothness of finish has no 
superior. 

They are guarded with band iron firmly riveted to the body, 
making the bucket light but firm; the shape is especially adap- 
ted to discharge readily. 

Tin Mill Buckets. 



They are made similar to the Steel Grain Bucket, but of 
extra heavy material, and for the work for which they are 
intended they have no superi 



Width 




Width 




on Bell Projection 


Price 


on Belt Projection 


Price 


2. X 2 


$0 06 


4.x 3% 


*j 12 


2K x &i 


07 


*Yz x 3K 


13 


3x3 


08 


5x4 


15 


V£ x 3 


09 


5K x 4 


16 


4x3 


11 


6x4 


17 



Across Belt. 


Projection 


N umber - : 
Bolt Holes. 


Capacity. 




? x 


5 


3 


1% Quarts 


*0 27 


8 x 


hY 2 


3 


2 


30 


9 x 


6 


3 


*% " 


33 


10 x 


6 


3 


3 


36 


11 X 


7. 


4 


3K ." 


44 


12 x 


7 


,4 


4 


48 


13 x 


7 


4 


4J* " 


52 


.14 x 


7 


4 


5 


54 


15 x 


7 


5 


5K " 


58 


16 x 


7 


5 


6 


62 


18 • x 


7 


6 


7 


66 


20 x 


7 


6 


9 


70 



Steel Grain Buckets. 









W idth 






on Belt 


Projection 


Price 


on Belt 


Projection 


Price 


5 


x 4 


$0 15 


11 


X 6 


$0 33 


5% 


x 4 


16 


12 


x 6 


36 


6 


x 4 


17 


14 


x 9 


42 


7 


x \% 


21 


16 


x 6 


50 


8 


x 6 


25 


18 


x 6 


60 


9 . 


x 5 


27 


20 


x 6 


65 


10 


x 5^ 


30 









Galvanized Buckets. 
Galvanized Buckets are made of steel and dipped in a galva- 
nizing pot alter being made. This makes a much stronger 
bucket than if made of galvanized. sheet iron. They are in 
general use in Malt Houses, Breweries, Distilleries, etc. 



With 






With 






on Belt P 


ojection 


Price 


on Belt 


Projection 


Price 


6 X 


4 


$0 25 


40 


x 6K 


SO 45 


7 x 


*% 


30 


11 


x 6 


48 


S x 


6 


35 


12 


x 6 


52 


9 x 


5 


40 


14 


x 6 


.56 



Table Showing- Carrying Capacity of Steel Grain Buckets. 



s„. 


12 io. apart, speed 200 tcct per min. 


12 inch apart. &p*c d 300 feet per min. 


12 in. apart, ^r-rcri GOU f>. t per mm. 


No. of Bus.he!sper Hwr 


So of Bushels per Hour. 


No. Bushels per Hoar. 


5x4 


250 


371 


625 


6x4 


275 


412 


687. 


T x 4},' 


500 


637 


1062 


S x 5 


600 


900 


1600 


9 x 5 


650 


1012 


1687 


10 x ty£ 


850 


1275 


2125 


11 x 6 


1105 


1725 


2875 


12 x 6 


1300 


1950 


3250 


14 x 6 


1600 


»2400 


4000 


20 x 6 


2275 


3412- 


5687 



Malleable Iron Buckets. 






Leneth 


Width 


Depth 


Capacity 
Cabic Inches 


Capacity 


Price 


4 


2% 


2>c 


13 


.2 


$0 20 


5 


zy 2 


3 


25 


.4 


35 


6 


4 


3^ 


50 . 


.74 


45 


7 


4% 


4 


60 


.86 


55 


8 


5 


4 


108 


1.6 


65 


10 


6 


5 


160 


3.37 


90 


12 


bH 


5 


280 


4. 


1 15 


12 


7 


hy~ 


300 


4.4 


1 25 


14 


7 


5K 


350 


5-1 


1 75 


18 


;o 


7 


1175 


175 


4 00 



Length 


Width 


Depth. 


Capacity 
Obi< Inches 


■8S? 


Price 


4 


IK 


1 


4 




$0 15 


8 


zy. 


2H 


4^ 


.7 


50 


10 


4 


3 


60 


.9 


70 


12 


h% . 


4 


135 


2. 


90 



8 ' 


4H 


4 


84 


v 


10 M 


10 


6 


4 


120 


1.5 


70 


12 


5 


4 


144 


2. 


90 


16 


7 


5K 


380 


65 


1 80 



14 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 

BELT CONVEYOR. 

FOR CLAY, SAND, STONE, ETC. 




This machine will convey material on a level or to a moderate 
elevation. The belt is formed concave on the conveyor proper by 
the rollers. The sides of conveyor prevent material from working 
off. The bearings for the carrier rollers are provided with large 
oil and waste cups. The lower rollers support the belt and form 
separators for the sides of machine, as well as supporting the side- 
boards which prevent any material from getting on to the pulley 
side of the belt. 

We also make these machines in sections so that they can be 
quickly shortened or extended. Adjustable ends or belt tighteners 
are furnished. The driving gearing can be either bevel or spur. 
Tight and loose driving pulley is furnished. Made in various 
widths ahd lengths to suit. 

We can also furnish screw conveyors to drive in any direction, 
of any length and various diameters. 

Prices on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 15 




MEDART PATENT 

IRODGHT RIB PULLEYS. 




Whole, Split, or Tight-and-Loose. 



WHOLE PULLEYS, SEE CUT No. 7. SPLIT PULLEYS, SEE CUT No. 9. 

PLAIN TIGHT-AND-LOOSE PULLEYS, SEE CUT No. 10. 

ADJUSTABLE SLEEVE TIGHT-AND-LOOSE PULLEYS. SEE CUT No. 10. 



These pulleys range from forty to sixty per cent ligbter than cast iron pulleys, for the 
same duty, whether for single, double, or triple-belt strains. The larger the pulley the greater 
the difference in weight. 

We guarantee them as to strength, balance, trueness and durability, and agree that 
6hould they give out when used with belt for which they are designed we will furnish pulleys 
to replace them free of charge. 

The faces of our pulleys are made of sufficient width to carry belts of the nominal width 
of faces given in our lists. 

All pulleys used for tighteners should be ordered " Double Belt" pulleys. 

Prices of pulley6 of larger dimensions than listed will be furnished on application. 

We are prepared to furnish pulleys covered with rubber belting or leather at lowest 
Drices; also Wrought Rim Friction Pulleys. 

WHEN ORDERING 

Give diameter, width of face, size of bore; state whether crowning or straight face, and 
whether for single, double or triple belt. 

In the absence of instructions to the contrary, pulleys will be made wronght rim whole, 
and nnless otherwise specified, single belt, and crowning face when not ordered straight face. 

Each pulley is provided with two set screws without extra charge. 

A moderate extra charge will be made for key- seats, extra set screws, babbitting and 
where bore is large in comparison with the size of pulley. 

TO FEND THE SIZE OF DRIVING PULLEY: 

Multiply the diameter of the driven by the number of revolutions it shall make, and di- 
vide the product by the revolutions of the driver. The quotient will be the diameter of the 
driver. The diameter and revolutions of the driver being given, to find the diameter of the 
driven that shall make a given number of revolutions, multiply the diameter of the driver by 
its number of revolutions, and divide the product by the number of revolutions of the driven. 
The quotient will be the diameter of the driven. 

TO FEND NUMBER OF REVOLUTIONS OF THE DRIVEN PULLEY: 

Multiply the diameter of the driver by its number of revolutions and divide by diameter 
of driven. The quotient will be the number of revolutions of the driven. 
Liberal discount allowed from list prices. 
Pulleys under 8 inches diameter will be furnished of cast iron. 



16 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Cut No. 7. 




COT NO. 9. 



PULLEYS. 



The objections to pulleys with cast iron rims are that they are badly balanced and unduly 
heavy and weak. It is a well-known fact that in casting such pnlleys the rim chills in advance 
of the center, which causes the parts to be strained and weakened and the rim is liable to 
yield to a centrifugal strain. It is also very difficult to cast suchV pulleys with an even thick- 
ness of rim; and to secure a perfectly balanced cast iron rim pulley it is necessary to turn the 
rim both on the inside and the outside. By our improved construction and process of manu- 
facturing we are enabled to offer pulleys entirely free from the defects characteristic of the 
ca6t iron pulleys. Our pulleys combine the minimum weight with the maximum strength, 
being 40 to 60 per cent lighter than cast iron pulleys for same duty. Our pulleys are absolutely 
without any shrinkage strain, the hubs and arms being cast without a rim. In making our 
pulleys the spiders (hubs and arms) are first centered and the hub bored. The spider is then 
ground concentrically with the axis of the pulley, after which the rim is attached and ground 
from the same center. The rim is of wrought metal of uniform thickness and width, and we 
make by this process a pulley as nearly perfect as can be made. These pulleys can be run at 
t high speed, which wonld be impracticable in a cast iron pulley, and the weight being much 
less admits of the use of much lighter 6hafting and hangers. We make Whole Pulleys, 

6ee cut No. 7; Split Pulleys, see cut No. 9; Tight and Loose Pulleys, see cut No. 10; Cone 

Pulleys, see cur. No. 11 ; Clamp Hub Pulleys, see cut No. 47. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IT 



PRICE UST OF WROUGHT RIM WHOLE PULLEYS. 

For additional prices of Split and Tight-and-Loose Pulleys see pages 33 «H 34. 



CIPHER CODE. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Single Belt Alabama. 

Double Belt Arizona. 

Triple Beit Arkansas. 

Split Pulley Colorado. 

Tight-and -loose, ., Florida. 

Crown Face Georgia. 

Straight Face Idaho. 

Tight-and-loose Pulley, with Sleeve. Indiana. 

Four Set Screws Iowa. 

What is. price of Kansas. 

KEY-SEATS. 

Key -seat, usual size-. Tools. 

" K in. wide ...Calipers, 

•* %■« " ...Chucks. 

«< % ** " Drills. 

« % " " Files. 

«« 1 " " Nippers. 

** 1)4" •* Pincers. 

«« 1\£ «• «« Pliers. 

€t i% ** ** .. Shears. 

"« lj4 •* . u >....... Sledges. 





SIZE OF BORE. 


In. 


Cipher. 


in. 


Cipher. 


1 


Africa 


23/ 8 


France 


11/8 


America 


27/16 


Germany 


13/16 


Asia 


21/2 


Greenland 


H/4 


Austria 


25/8 


Guinea 


13/8 


Belgium 


2H/16 


Hayti 


1V16 


Bengal 


23/ 4 


Hungary 


H/2 


Bohemia 


5W/8 


India 


15/8 


Borneo 


215/16. 


Ireland 


Hl/16 


Canada 


3 


Italy 


13/ 4 


Ceylon 


33/16 


Jamaica 


17/8 


Chili 


37/16 


japan 


115/16 


China 


■3H/16 


Monaco 


2 


Cuba 


315/i 6 


Norway 


2V3 


Denmark 


43/ I6 


Persia 


23/16 


Ecuador 


47/16 


Russia 


21/4 


England 


415/ i6 


Sweden 



SHJPPING DIRECTIONS. 

Ship by Express Express 

Ship by Rail .Freight. 

Ship by River River. 



CIPHER. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



Abner..... 
Abo 

Abrams... 
Absecon.. 
Absher.... 
Abydel.... 
Acasto.... 
Achilles .. 

Acker 

Acme 

Acworth.. 

Ada 

Adair 

Adams.... 
Adaville .. 

Addie 

Addison .. 

Adell 

Adgers_... 
Adobe .... 
Adolphus . 
Adonis.... 
Adrian.... 

Aetna 

Afton.>. .. 



f 2 95 
3 *5 
3 40 

3 70 

4 00 
4 30 
3 00 
3 25 
3 SO 

3 80 

4 10 
4 40 
3 10 
3 35 
3 60 

3 90 

4 20 
4 50 

4 80 

5 iS 
3 25 

3 55 
3SS 

4 20 
4 55 



$3 30 
3 55 

3 80 

4 20 
4 60 
4 95 
3 4S 
3 70 

3 95 

4 35 

4 80 

5 10' 
3 55 

3 85 

4 15 

4 So 

5 00 

5 30 

6 00 
380 
4 15' 
4 55 

4 95 

5 35 



Agency.... 

Agnew 

Ajax 

Akron 

Alamo 

Alander. ... 
Alanthus... 

Albany 

Albert 

Alburg .... 
Alburtis.... 
Alcona .... 
Alexander » 
Alf ord 
Algiers . . 
Algoma.... 
Alhambra . 
Alleghany . 
Allendale .. 
Alleyton ... 
Alliance.... 
Almaden... 

Almo 

Almond.... 
Almora .... 



$4 90 
5 2S 
S60 
3 40 

3 7o 

4 Qo 
4 30 

4 65 

5 00 
5 3S 

5 70 

6 70 

3 55 
385 

4 15 

4 50 
485 

5 20^ 

5 55 

6 00 

6 50 

7 00 

3 75 

4 10 



$5 86 
6 20 
660 
4 05 
4 40 

4 75 

5 10 

5 55 

6 00 

6 50 

7 00. 

8 00 

4 30 
465 
500 

5 40 

5 80 

6 20 

6 65 

7 I 5 
765 

825 

4 So 

4 85 , 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight- and -loose pulleys see pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 






18 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 
Belt. 



Double 
Belt. I 



CIPHER, 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triplo 1 
Belt.* Belt. Belt. 



»4 
3 
4 

! i 

! 

9 



4 



da 



^9 



Alonzo.... 
Alpena ... 

Alpha 

Alps 

Alstead ... 
Altamont • 
Althouse.. 

Alton 

Alvada ... 
Alvord.... 
Amascus.. 
Amador,.. 
Amanda.. 
Amargo... 
Amazon .. 
Amboy.... 
Amedee .. 
Amelia ... 
Ames...., 
Amherst.. 
Amnion... 

Amor 

Amos 

Amsden .. 
Anabel ... 
Anacoco.. 
Anderson . 
Andes..... 
Andover.. 
Andrews.. 
Andy ..... 
Angola ... 
Angus.... 
Anhalt..'.., 
Anita*.... 

Anna 

Anness.... 

Annette... 
Anoka .... 

Ansel...... 

Anson .... 

Antelope. . 
Anthony.., 
Ararat.... 

Arbela.... 

Arbroth... 
Arbutus . . . 
Areata.... 

Arcot 

Ardmore.. 
Aredale... 
Argand ... 
Argenta... 
Arnold.... 

Arnot 

Aroma.... 
Arthur .... 

Arvon 

Asbury.... 
Ascalon... 
Ash burn .. 
Ash croft .. 



f 4 45 

4 80 

5 20- 

|6o 

6 10 

6 40 
680 

7 35 

8 35 

3 95 
42S 

4 60 
4 95 

3 30 
S7o 
6 jo 

6 so 

7 00 

IE. 

4 15 
4 45 

4 80 

5 i5 

5 50 
5.90 

6 3,0 

6 70 

7 20 
770 

8 95 
'10 25 

4 35 

4 <>5 
500 

5 35 

m 

6'6s 
7 00 

7 50 

8 00 
925 

xo 60. 

4 55 
485 

5 25 
565 
605 

6 50 

7 00 

7 55 

8 10 
865 
990 

," 30 
1340 
480 

5 20 

565 

605 

•645 



$525 

6 10 

6 55 

7 0S 
7 55 
805 
855 
985 
'4 75 
S 10 

5 50 
590 

685 
7 35 

in 

,10 10 

S05* 
54Q 

I 75 

6 20 

665 

7 I s 
765 

8 15- 
865 
9 '5 

10 4S 
Ji 90 
S3 
<6 5 
o 00 

i$ 

6 80 

7 30 

7 80 

8 30 
8^80 

9 30 
10 89 

12 30 
5 50 

5 85 

6 25 

6 65 

7 10- 

7 65 

8 25 

8 90 

9 60 
10 30 
12 00 
*3 70 
16 40 

5 75 

6 20 
665 

7 K> 
-7 55 



3 



Ashfbrd ...... 

Ashland ..... 

Ashport...... 

Ashton.. .... 

Ash wood .... 

Askew 

Aspen........ 

Atco 

Athel 

Athens....... 

Atherton...., 

Athlone...... 

Athol... 

Atkins....... 

Atlanta 

Atoka........ 

A ttilla.. ...... 

Atwater , 

Atwood , 

Aubrey.;...., 

Aucilla 

Audley.. 

Audubon .... 

Augusta ..... 

Aurelia ,......, 

Austin ....... 

Autumn < 

Avalon 

Avenue 

Avery , 

Avilla 

Avondale..., 
Azford. ••••••« 

Axtel...* .... 

Aycock ...... 

Ayers ....... 

Azalia ....... 

Azusa.. 

Babb... 

Babcock..... 
Baby.... «... 
Bacchus ..... 
Bachelor...., 
Backbone..-. 

Bacon 

Baden ....... 

Bagdad 

Bagley....... 

Bailey » 

Baird 

Baldwin 

Baiston...... 

Baltic 

Banana...... 

Bangor ...... 

Banker ...... 

Baptist 

Baraboo . ... 

Barclay. ..... 

Bard well • ••< 
Barley.,.}... 
Barlow...^... 



$0 95 
745 



8 55 

9 io 



1390 

4 95 

5 35 
5«o 

6 25 

6 io 
7*5 
765 

8 70 
925 
1065 

12 15 

>4 35 
1670 
5 to 

5 50 

640 
6?5 

7 30 

840 

8 95 

9 50 
11 00 

13 00 
15 35 
1770 
-525 

5 65 

6 io- 

6 55 

7 00 

8 00 
855 

9 10 
965 

» 75 

14 00 
1635 
J870 

IS 

6 25 

6 70 

7 I 5 

7 60 

i 1 * 

8 75 

9 35 
9 95 

,12 25 

»5 30 



$830 
: 9 00 

9 75 
1050 
11 3° 
13 10 
1490 
17 00 

6 40 

7 15 

ir s 

940 
10 15 
1090 
1105 
1^40 
,1400 
1590 
17 So 
J990 

<**5 
660 
740 
820 
900 
980 

10 60 

11 40 

12 20 
13*00 
15 CO 
17 00 
1900 

21 00 

S'g 

.7 65 
850 

9 35 

10 so 

11 05 
11 90 
u 75 

13 60 
15 So 
1805 
2d 30 
23 65 

6 $5 

7 00 

2 85 
870 

955 

10 40 
11 25 
12 10 

58 

16 15 
1855 



$1 r *A 

13 agj 

14 S 

i«90l 
l8 0Q4 

30 3Q> 

33 SO* 



m 

189^ 



14 7$ 

17 3f* 
J98OB 

33 20H 
24 8<J( 
27491 



12 80S 

14 00* 

15 3* 

3 a 

207* 

33 20> 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight-and-loote P^'«jft U6 ftltfl* 33 and 34. 

[For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. * 

[Ciphe r jqx bores, key -seats* etc.* on £aj&,i7. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



19 



CIPHER. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



Barnard 

Barnes 

Barnett ?..... 

Barnum 

Barren 

Barry 

Barstow 

Bartlett 

Barton 

Bartram 

Bascom 

Basic 

Bassett 

Batavia 

Batdorf 

Bates ......... 

Battery ...4.. 

Battle 

Bayou 

Bazaar 

Beach 

Beards '. 

Beckers 

Bedford 

Beebe 

Belair 

Belfast 

Belgrade .... 
Belmont ..... 

Beloit 

Bemis 

Bender 

Bennett 

Benson 

Berea 

Berlin 

Bermuda .... 

Bernard 

Bertha , 

BessemeT ..... 

Bethany , 

Bethel , 

Beulah , 

Beverly „ 

Bigelow....... 

Bigfoot , 

Billings 

Bismarck .... 

Bixby , 

Blackford .... 
Blackman .... 
Blackstone. ., 

Blaine 

Blairs 

Btakely 

Blalock 

Blanco 

Blan'don 

Bliss 

Block 

Blood 

Bloomer 



$17 So 


$2095 


20 00 
560 


2 ^ 


6 00 


7 20 

8 15 


6 4S 


7 00 


9 00 


7 50 

8 10 


9 00 


10 80 


8 75 


11 70 


9 40 


12 60 


10 05 


13 50 


10 70 
13 10 


\lt 


16 20 


19 20 


18 40 


21 60 


20 90 


24 00 

26 50 


23 40 


26 00 


29 00 


6 30 


7 30 


6 65 


7 75 


7 30 

8 05 


8 70 


9 60 


9 00 


10 65 


9 80 


" 7S 


10 35 


12 45 


11 2* 


13 40 


12 30 


14 40 


13 40 


*5 50 


1560 


17 50 
19 80 


17 90 


20 20 


22 10 


22 60 


24 50 


25 20. 


27 10 


27 80 


. 30 00 




32, 25 


6 70 


7 60 

8 10 i 


7 05 


7 60 
8-50 


895 ' 


9 95 ' 


9 45 


»o 95 


10 40 


12 00 


11 30 


12 ?5 


12 25 


13 85 


13 20 


14 90 


14 10 


15 95- 
18 25 


»6 30 


18 70 


20 65 


21 10 


23 05 


23 60 

26 40 


25 60 
28 50 


29 60 


3» 70 




34- 00 


6 90 


III 


7 h 


It 


9 10 


10 10 


9 80 


11 30 


Jo 75 


12 50 


11 70 


«3.5o 


12 70 


14 50. 


»3 70 


>5 50 


14 60 


16 50 



$26 00 
29 00 



13 40 

14 05 

'5 95 
17-40 
18 90 
21 60 
24 20 
27 20 
30 40 
34 00 
3840 



14 35 
'5 45 

16 55 

17 80 
19 40 
22 25 
2 5 30 
28 AO 
31 00 
35 40 
40 00 
45 00 



H 75 
15 95 



2980 
33 30 
37 00 
41 70 
46 50 



15 60 

16 70 

17 90 
19 40 

21 CO 



Blount.. , 

Blythe 

Boaz 

Bogard 

Boggs 

Bogue 

Boise 

Boles 

Bolivar 

Rolton 

Bonanza 

Bonham 

Bonita 

Bonus 

Boone 

Booth 

Bostic 

Boston 

Bourbon 

Bowen 

Bowman 

Boycott 

Boyd 

Boynton 

Bozler 

Bradley 

Brady 

Brainard-. 

Brake 

Bramble 

Branch 

Brandt... 

Brashear 

Bravo 

Braxton 

Brazos 

Breeze. 

Bremen.- 

Bridgeton 

Brier 

Briggs 

Bristol 

Broadland ..». 

Brigham 

Broadway .... 

Brocton 

Brodies 

Brolaski 

Bromley 

Broncho 

Bronson 

Brooklyn ..... 

Broome 

Brown 

Bruin 

Brummel 

B runo 

Brunswick.... 

Brushy 

Bryan'. 

Bryson 

Buchanan 



$16 90 


$19 00 


19 30 


21 60 


21 60 


23 90 
26 80 


24-50 
28 CO 


30 3° 
33§o 


31 50 




37 30 
8 00 


7 20 


760 


8 50 


8 35 


9 35 


9 3o 


'o 35 


10 25 


11 50 


11 10 


12 70 
1385 


12 05 


13 10 


»4 95 
16 00 


14 15 


'5 i5 


'7 »5 


17 40 


'9 75 


19 75 


22 60 


22 60 


2 £ so 


25, 50 
28 40 


28 40 


3' 50 


32 20 


35 30 




39 'o 
8 20 
8.70 . 




9 60 


9 55 


10 $5 

11 85 


10 50 


" 45 


13 10 


12 40 


14 20 


>3 50 


15 30 


'4 55 


16 50 


15 60 
18 05 


17 85 


20 50 


20 65 


23 45 


23 20 


26 00 


26 30 


29 »5 


30 00 


32 90 


33 8o 


36 70 




40 60 




44 50 
48 25 


8 10 


8 45 


8 OS 
985 
10 85 


8 & 
9 80 


10 75 


12 10 


11 §5 


*3 30 


12 S5 


M 65 


'3 90 


15 00 


15 00 


17 20 

1855 


16 10 


187S 


21 20 


21 50 


24 20 , 


24 30 


27 10 


27 5o 


30 60 


3» 00 


35 00 

3850 


34 50 


3 S 20 


42 20 


42 00 


-46 00 


46 00 


50 00 



$24 10 

27 50 

3" 00 

35 'o 
39 30 
43 80 
49 30 



16 00 

Kg 

20 30 

21 90 
25 00 
28 60 
32 50 
36 90 
41 50 
46 20 

52 CO 



16 40 

17 80 
'9 30 
20 00 
22 65 
26 CO 

29 90 

34 00 
33 20 
42 90 
47 70 
53 60 
57 60 
61 50 



16 70 
18 25 

20 00 

21 90 
23 90 
26 60 
3090 
35 >o 
40 CO 
45 00 
50 00 
55 00 
60 00 
66 00 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight-and-loose p til leys see pages 33 and 34 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26 

Cipher for bores, key -seats, etc., on page 17. 



20 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



Bucher 

Buckeye ..... 
Buckhorn ... 
Buckners .... 
Bucktown.... 

Budan 

Budd 

Budge 

Buer.a 

Buffalo 

Buford 

Bughall 

Bulkley 

Bumpus 

Buncombe... 

Burbank 

Burden 

Burdick 

Burgess 

Burget 

Burke 

Burnett 

Burnham .... 
Burnside .... 

Busbee 

Bushnell 

Buskirk 

Butcher 

Butler 

Butte 

Buxton 

Byron 

Cabin 

Cabott 

Caddo 

Cadmus 

Cady 

Cahokia 

Cain 

Cairo 

Calcutta 

Calhoun 

Calico 

Calpella 

Calumet 

Calvary 

CalverJ 

Calvin 

Cambra 

Camden 

Cameron 

Campbell 

Canby 

Canfield ..... 

Canoe 

Canton 

Capon 

Cappard.... .. 

Carbon.. $.... 

Carlisle...... 

Carlo w 

Carlson 



?7 9o 

8 35 

9 20 

10 10 

11 10 

12 10 

13 10 

H 25 

15 45 

16 65 

19 70 
22 75^ 

26 00 

29 25 
32 75 
36 25 
39 75 
43 35 
47 00 

f 15 
860 

9So 

10 40 

11 40 

12 50 

13 50 

14 60 

15 90 

17 25 

20 60 
24 00 

27 40 

30 80 
34 40 
3850 
41 60 
45 25 
49 00 



9 7o 
10 70 
n 80 
12 90 

14 00 

15 10 

16 40 

17 75 
21 50 
24 35 
28 15 
32 00 
35 90 
39 7o 
43 5o 
47 30 
51 10 

8 55 

9 00 

10 00 

11 00 

12 20, 



$370 
9 15 
10 10 
» 15 
12 50 

14 00 
»5 35 
16 55 
17.75 

19 10 

22 15 

25 30 

28 60 
31 85 
36 75 
40 25 
43 75 

47 35 
5i So 

8 95 

9 40 
10 40 
n 45 

12 90 
1425" 

15 55 
1685 
18 3Q 
1970 

23 05 

26 50 

29 90 
i3 30 

38 00 

42 10 

48 s 5 

S3 75 
9 iS 
965 
10 65 
» 7S 

13 30 

14 60 

16 00 

\U°s 

20 30 

24 00 

27 00 

30 80 
34 70 

39 So 

43 40 
47 20 
51 10 
56 00 

9 35 
985 
10 90 

12 05 

13 40 



$17 50 
19 25 
21 10 
23 10 
25*10 
28 20 
31 5o 
35 8o 
40 80 
46 00 
5 1 30 
S680 
62 40 
68 io 



1790 
1970 

31 60 
23 70 
26 CO 
29 60 

33 30 
38 00 
42 80 
4780 
52 90 
58 10 
63 60 
69 20 



18 40 
20 30 

22 30 
24 50 
S69O 
31 OO 

3S 20 
3900 
44 10 
49 10 
54 20 
59 5o 
6500 
70 60 



Carmel 

Carney 

Carrier 

Carroll 

Carter...... 

Carthage!.. 
Cascade.... 

Caspar 

Catalpa.... 

Catlin 

Catoosa.... 

Cecil 

Celina 

Chalk 

Chaley 

Chambers.. 
Chandler.., 
Chapman. . 
Charity.... 
Charles .... 

Chase 

Chatham... 

Cheek 

Cheraw... 
Cherokee .. 

Cherry 

Chester.... 
Chestnut... 
Chicago ... 

Childs 

Chilton 

Choctaw ... 
Choteau. ... 
Churchey ., 

Cicero 

Citrus 

Clafiin 

Cla/icey 

Cla/ra 

Clarence... 
Clarkson... 
Claxton.... 
Claypool... 
Clear....... 

Cleaver 

Cleburne .. 
Cleghorn .. 
Clements .. 
Cleveland.. 
Clifford.... 

Clifton 

Climax 

Clipper.... 
Clopton.... 

Cioud 

Clover 

Cluster 

Clyde 

Coakley.... 

Coates. 

Cobalt 

Cobden .. . . 



?i3 35 
14 45 
.15 50 
16 90 
18 30 

22 10 

25 90 
29 70 

33 50 
3830 

42 10 

4S90 
4970 
52 60 
880 
925 

10 25 

11 30 

12 50 

13 70 
1490 
16 10 
I7SO 
i8 95 
2295 
2695 
31 00 
35 00 

39 °° 

43 00 
47 00 
51 00 
55 00 

905 
9 50 

10 50 

11 60 

12 80 

14 00 

15 25 

16 45 

18 00 

19 60 

23 60 
27 60 
31 60 
3S6o 

40 00 



53 20 
5760 
9 75 
io75 
u 90 

13 iS 

14 50 
1590 

17 35 

18 90 
20 45 
24 45 



$1505 
1655 

18 00 

19 55 
21 00 

24 80 
28 60 

32 40 

36 35 
41 60 
45 45 
49 70 
53 35 
58 00 

965 

10 10 

11 15 

12 35 
14 05 
1550 
17 35 
i8 55 

20 15 

21 75 

25 75 
2975 

33 8q 

37 8o 
43 co 
47 00 
51 00 
55 00 
60 50 

990 
103S 

11 50 

12 70 
1425 
16 05 

•17 70 
1925 

21 OO 

22 50 
2645 

3P45 

34 50 
3885 
45 00 
49 40 
53 So 
5830 
(>Z 70 

10 60 

11 75 

13 05 
iS 05 
16 65 
183S 

• 20 00 

21 70 

23 55 
*7 35 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight- and-loose pulleys see pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 

Cipher for bores, key-seats, etc., on page 17. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



21 



CIPHER. 





PRICE, 




£ 


Single 


Double 


Triple 


Belt. 


Belt. 


Belt. 


O 


^8 45 


$31 35 


$41 40 


41 


32 45 


35 40 


46 50 
51 80 




364S 


3965 




41 00 


46 50 


57 30 




45 50 


50 80 


63 00 
6890 




50 00 


55 40 




54 50 


60 25 


75 00 
81 30 




59 00 


6565 




10 00 


10 90 






11 10 


12 15 






12 25 


13 5o 






13 65 


J5 5o 






15 10 


17 20 


22 50 




16 1:5 


19 00 


24 95 




18 00 


20 85 


27 45 




19 65 


22 50 


30 30 




21 30 


2$ 50 


33 30 




25 30 


38 10 




29 30 


32 55 


43 JO 


42 


33 30 


30 70 


48 30 




33 po 


41 5o 


53 70 




42 70 


48 00 


59 30 




47 40 


52 75 


65 10 




52 10 


57 45 


71 10 




55 90 


oi 35 


77 30 
83 70 




60 70 


67 55 




IO 25 


" 15 






II 50 


12 50 






**75 


i\ 00 
10 30 






14 30 






15 9P 


1790 


23 60 




17 50 


1965 


26 20 




19 10 


21 70 


28 80 




20 80 


23 40 


31 80 




22. 70 


25 45 


35 00 




26 70 


3040 


40 00 




3o 70 


34 40 


45 20 


43 


34 70 


33 45 


5040 




39 40 


43 30 


56 00 




44 10 
48 90 


49 90 
54 70 


61 80 
67 80 




53 70 


-59 50 


74 00 
80 40 




5850 


64 35 




63 30 


6965 


87 00 




10 50 


11 90 






11 s 5 


13 40 






*3 20 


15 00 






15 00 


17 35 






1690 


19 30 


25 10 




18 80 


21 25 


27 80 




20 70 


23 So 


3070 




22 60 


25 50. 


33 90 




24 50 

25 50 


27 70 


37 30 




32 00 


42 50 




32 50 


3690 


47 90 


44 


36 50 


41 60. 


53 50 




40 50 


46 00 


59 30 




45 50 


53 75 


65 30 




50 50 


59 10 


7i 50 




55 50 


64 40 


77 90 
84 50 




60 50 


69 50 




65 So 


75 20 


9i 30 





CIPHER. 



Price. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt, Belt. 



37 *£ 



Coburns. 

Cochran 

Coleman 

Coleridge.... 

Colfax 

Colgate. 

College ._< 

Collier 

Collins 

Coloma 

Colton, 

Columbus.... 

Colvin 

Colyer., 

Comfort...... 

Commerce... 

Company 

Compton 

Conant? 

Concert 

Coney 

Congo ....... 

Conkling 

Corner 

Conrad 

Conroy 

Converse 

Cooke » 

Cooper 

Coosa........ 

Cope . . 

Copley 

Copper 

Cora.... 

Cprbett 

Corbin 

Cordova 

Corey 

Coryine 

Corn ,.. 

Cornell 

Cornish 

Cornwall .... 
Cortland.... .. 

Corydon 

Cottage 

Cotton 

Council ....;., 

Country 

Covello 

Covert. 

Coward 

Coyle 

Coyote.. 

Craig 

Crampton.... 

Crandall 

Craven 

Crawford.... 

Crawl 

Cream 

Crescent 



Creswell ... 

Crete.*. 

Cripple . ... 
Crockett .... 
Cromwell. .. 

Crosley 

Cross 

Crowell 

Crowleys.... 

Crystal 

Culver....... 

Cummings.. 

Curtice 

Custer 

Cyclone 

Cypress 

Dabney 

Dallas 

Dalton 

Damsel 

Danbury.... 

Daniel 

Danton 

Darnall 

Darwin 

David 

Dawes 

Dawson 

Dayton 

Deane 

Decatur 

Defiance.... 

Delano 

Delwood .... 

Delmar 

Delton 

Dennis 

Denver 

Deposit 

Derby 

Detroit 

Dexter 

Diamond ... 

Dickens 

Dillard 

Dillon 

Dinsmore... 

Dixie 

Dixon 

Dobbins .... 
Dockery .... 

Doctor 

Dodson 

Dolores 

Dora........ 

Dorsey 

Douglas .... 

Downey 

Dozier 

Drakes 

Dresden .... 
Drexel 



$10 90 

12 30 

13 75 

15 60 

17 45 

19 40. 

21 35 

23 30 

25 25 

29 25 

33 25 
37 25 
41 75 
4^75 
52 25 
57 75 

§?! 

" 35 

12 80 
H35 

16 20 

18 05 

20 00 

22 00 

24 00 

26 00 

30 00 

34 50 
3900 

43 50 
48 50 

54 00 
59 50 
65 00 
7o 50 

11 7a 
1325 

14 80 
1675 

18 70 

20 65 

22 65 

24 70 
26 75 

3 1 00 

35 25 
39 75 

44 50 
50 OO 

55 50 
61 00 
6650 
72 00 

12 10 

13 75 

15 50 

17 35 

19 35 

21 35 

23 40 

25 45 



$12 20 

13 75 
15 30 
'7 85 
20 00 
22 00 

24 35 
26 40 
2865 
3460 

38 15 

43 15 
47 65 
55 00 

61 00 
6650 

72 00 
78 00 

J 2 55 

14 10 
*|95 
1830 
20 60 

22 70 

25 20 
2740 
2950 

34 40 

39 10 

44 6o 
49 10 
5670 

62 75 
6S25 

73 90 

im 
a if 

18 85 

2 3 40 

26 OO 

2835 
3065 

35 So 
4r 15 
46 00 
5085 
59 So 
65 00 
7o 50 
l 62 $ 



$26 00 
28 90 
3i 90 
35 30 
3890 
44 40 
So 10 
.56 00 
62 10 
68 40 

Kg 

8850 

95 60 



2660 
2960 
32 00 
3650 
4030 
46 00 
Si 90 
58 00 
64 20 
7040 

8380 

00 So 
98 OO 



2740 

30 50 
3390 
3760 

41 50 

47 5o 
53 6o 
5980 
66 20 
72 40 



2805 
31 45 
35 00 
3840. 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight-and. loose pulleys see pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 

Cipher for bores, key-seats, etc., on page 17, 



22 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. 



Belt 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 
Belt. 



Double 
Belt 



44 



47 



DtiscoII.... 

prury 

Dry den .... 
Dublin...., 
Dukes ...., 
Dumbar ... 
Duncan.... 
Dundee.... 
Dunlap .... 

Duplex 

Dupont .... 
Durango.. 
Durham .. 
Dustin.... 
Dutton.... 
Duvall.... 
D wight... 

Dykes , 

Eades,... , 

Eagle 

Earle 

Easton.... 

Echo 

Eckley.... 
Eclipse .... 
Economy., 
Eddy...... 

Eden 

Edgar , 

Edgwood ., 
Edina..... 

Edison 

Edith 

Edmond... 
Edmore. .. 

Edna 

Edom 

Edwards.., 
Edwin.... 
Effner.... 

Egan 

Eggs 

Eiler 

Eland 

Elba 

Elder 

Eldorado.. 
Eldred.... 
Eleanora . 

Elgin 

Elijah.... 

Eliza 

Elk 

Elkhart... 
Ellen...... 

Elliott 

Ellis 

Elmer 

Elmira.... 
Elmo .... 

Elroy 

Blyna 



1*7 50 
3»90 
3650 
4* 25 
4625 
5i 75 
57 25 
6275 

68 25 
73 75 
"45 

14. 20 
I605 
I79O 

19 90 

21 95 
24 iS 
26 40 
2865 
33 0S 
37 6s 
4265 

43 '5 
53 65 

PI 5 
6465 

70 15 

75 6s 

12 85 

»4 70 

16 6S 

18 60 

20 60 

22 65 
2490 
272S 

29 60 

34jx> 
3860 

44 »o 
4960 
5S6o 
61 60 
67 60 
73 60 
7960 
»3 15 
15 co 

17 00 

19 00 

21 10 

23 40 
25-75 
28 10 

30 So 
35 30 
40 10 

45 60 
51 60 
57oo 
63 00 

69 00 



$3] & 

3670 
42 5o 
4760 
52 60 
61 25 
6685 
72 60 

78 10 
8390 
13 55 
15 50 

17 40 
20 00 

22 80 

25 25 
27 70 

30 4S 
328S 

38 10 

44 'o 
49 30 
54 90 
63 25 
6880 
7450 
80 10 
8600 
1390 
«S95 

18 00 

20 50 

23 So 

26 05 
2860 

31 10 
33 95 

39 40 

45 So 
Si 00 
56 55 

65 25 
7 1 30 
77 30 
8330 
90 10 
H30 
10 40 
1850 

21 10 

24 to 
2685 
29 60 
32.40 
35 10 
4070 
4690 

£5o 
5860 

66 so 
7285 

79 5o 



$42 50 
48 10 
54 So 
60 90 
67 40 

80 So 
8800 
95 40 
103 20 



28 00 
32 60 
3630 
3980 
44 10 
49 80 
56 00 
62 50 
69 20 
76 00 
83 00 
9040 
98 20 
106 20 



29 70 
33 So 
37 40 
41 00 
45 40 
51 So 
58 10 
64 90 
71 70 
78 70 
8600 
9360 
101 60 
109 80 



3050 
34 5o 
3850 
4230 
4690. 
S3 20 
60 00 
67 00 
24 00 



9640 



Embry.... 
Emery.... 
Emmett... 
Endicott... 
Energy.... 
Enoch .... 
Eolian.... 
Ep worth.. 
Erastus ... 
Ericson... 

Eric 

Essex 

Estefle ... 

Estes 

Eubank .. 
Euclid'....- 
Eugene... 
Eunice ... 
Eureka... 

Evans 

Evarts.... 
Everett... 
Ewing ... 
Excello... 
Exeter.... 
Fagans.... 
Fairfax ... 
Fairmont . 
Falcon ... 
Fanners .. 
Fayette . . . 
Fedora-... 

Felix 

Fellows... 
Felton.... 
Fergus.... 
Ferrell.... 
Ferriss ... 

Ferry 

Festus.... 
Fidelity... 

Fields 

Filley 

Fillmore.. 
Findlay... 
Fingal.... 
Fisher''.... 
Fleming.. 
Fletcher.. 

Flint 

Flora 

Florence.. 
Flo-rid.... 
Flowers .. 

Floyd 

Flynn 

Foley 

Folsom.... 
Forbes.... 
Fordham., 
Foreman.. 
Forney.... 



$75-00 

81 00 
13 60 
'5 So 
17 50 
19 60 

21 70 
24 00 

26 40 
28 90 
3i 50 
Z6 So 
4i 50 
47 00 

52 So 
5850 

64 So 
7050 
7650 

82 50 

19 00 

20 70 

23 00 
2540 
28 15 
30 95 
33 75 
39 40 
45 00 
5065 
5625 
62 90 
6950 
76 10 
8275 
893S 
95 85 

102 50 
no 00 
20 50 

22 20 

24 60 

27 10 
2990 
32 70 
35 5o 
41 50 
47 5o 

53 50 
59 5o 

65 75 
72 00 
7850 
85 00 
91 5o 
98 00 

105 00 
113 00 
22 00 
2370 
26 20 
2880 



$8550 
91 50 
H70 
1690 
1900 

21 80 
2480 

27 70 

30 55 

33 35 
3625 

41 95 
4805 

68 90 
74 95 
81 10 
87 10 
93 35 

22 30 

2C.20 

28 10 
3i 30 

34 70 

38 20 
41 80 
4850 
55 30 
62 20 

69 20 
7640 
8370 
91 10 
9860 

106 20 
113 90 

121 70 
I29 60 

23 50 
26,50 

29 50 
32 60 

35 80 

39 40 

43 00 
50 00 
57 10 
64 30 
72 00 
79 60 
87 to 
9480 
102 60 
no 50 
118 50 
127 10 
t3*S 30 
25 00 
2805 

31 20 
34 45 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight-and-loose pulleys see pages 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 

Cipher for bores, key seats, etc.. on page 17. 



<J 34. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



-Single Double Triple 
Belt. 



Belt. 



Belt. 



Forsythe.., 

Forward.., 

Foster .... 

Fowler.... 

Foxboro .. 

Francis.... 

Fraser.... 

Frederick. 

Fredonia.. 

Freeland.. 

Freeport.. 

Fremont.., 

French.... 

Friars... . 

Friends-... 

Frozen.... 

Fuller.... 

Pottos..... 

Furnace... 

Gaines.... 

Galena.... 

Gait;..,... 

Ganges . . . 

Garfield... 

Garland... 

Garnet.... 

Garvey. ... 

Garwood . . 

Gaston.;.. 

Gazette. .. 

Genesee .. 

Geneva ... 

Genoa 

Gentry.... 

Georges .. 

Gertie 

Gibbs 

Gibson.... 
Giddings.. 
Gifford... 
Gilbert.... 

Giles 

Gillett 

Gilmore .. 
Girard .... 
Glades.... 
Glasgow.. 
Glencoe .. 
Glendale.. 

Globe 

Glover.... 
Godfrey .. 
Goodell... 
Gordon 
Gorham . 
Goshen.... 
Goulds.... 
Gowen.... 
Grafton... 
Graham... 
Granger .. 
Granite ... 



$31 60 
34 So 
37 40 
43 75 
5o 50 
567S 
63 00 
70 00 
76 40 
832S 
90 50 
97 So 
104 7S 
112 00 
120 00 
23 5o 
25 20 

27 70 
30 So 
33 30 
36 30 

39 30 
46 00 
53 So 
60 00 
6650 

80 80 
883S 
96 00 
103 So 
in 00 
119 00 
127 00 

25 00 

26 70 

29 20 

32 00 
35oo 
3825 
41 So 
4830 

l 5 f° 
62 85 

70 00 
7770 
85 00 
92 65 
ioo 50 
xoS 25 
116 50 
125 00 
133 So 
26 50 

28 20 

30 70 

33 60 
3680 

40 20 
43 60 
So 60 

~58 10 



?37 70 
41 30 
4490 
Si 90 

59 00 
66 30 
73 8o 
81 40 
8940 
9780 

106 40 
11S 10. 
123 90 
13290 
142 00 
26 so 

29 60 

32 80 
36 25 
39 So 
43 10 

46 80 
54 20 
61 80 
6990 
78 JO 
86 40 
0480 

103 30 
112 00 
120 90 
130 00 
139 20 
148 40 
28 25 
3i 25 
34 So 
3» 00 
41 60 
45 20 
.49 10 
5660 
64 so 
72 60 
81 10 
90 00 
99 10 
10S 30 
117 60 
127 90 
136 50 
146 10 
i55 8o 

30 00 

33 00 
36 25 
39 SS 
43 55 

47 35 
52 25 

60 10 
68 10 



$46 00 
S« 00 
56 00 
64 00 
72 00 
80 00 
89 00 
98 00 
107 00 
116 00 
126 CO 
136 CO 
146-00 

15700 

167 CO 



40 CO 
4S 00 
So 00 
55 00 
60 00 
63 00 
77oo 
8600 
95 00 
104 00 
114 00 
124 00 
134 00 
14400 
»S4 00 
164 00 
174 00 



43 00 
48 00 
53 00 
58 00 
6i 00 
71 CO 

80 00 

90 CO 

IOO CO 

no 00 
120 00 
130 00 

140 CO 
151 CO 
162 CO 
173 CO 
184 CO 



45 00 
50 00 
55 00 
60 CO 
65 CO 
74 00 
83 00 



Gratiot 

Gravel 

Greeley 

Gregory .... 
Grenada .... 

Grimes 

Groton 

Grover 

Gypsy 

Hager 

Haight 

Hake 

Halifax 

Hallock 

Hamburg. . 

Hamlet 

Hamlin 

Hammond.. 
Hancock.... 
Hanover.... 

Hanson 

Harbine .... 
Harbour.... 
Hardin ..... 

Hargan 

Hargrove... 

Harlem 

Harlow 

Harman .... 

Karner 

Harnett 

Harold 

Harper 

Harris ...... 

Harrod...*.. 
Hartford. .. 
Hartman.... 

Harvey 

Harwood ... 
Hastings.... 

Hatfield 

Hatton 

Hawthorne . 
Heaton 

Hebron 

Hedrick ... 

Helena 

Hemlock.... 

Henkel 

Hensley 

Herbert 

Hercules .... 
Hermand ... 
Herndon . .. 
Hester . ... 
Hickman ... 
Hickory .... 
Hidalgo .... 

Higdon 

Higgins .... 
Highland... 
Hilton 



#5 70 
73 40 
81 20 
89 00 
9700 
105 00 
113 CO 

122 CO 

131 CO 

I4O OO 
28 40 
30 IO 
32 60 

35 70 
39 10 
42-65 
4625 
53 50 
61 20 
69 35 
77 50 
85 60 
93 75 

102 00 
no 50 
119 25 
128 50 
137 75 
147 00 

3030 
32 00 
34 50 
37«o 
4' So 
45 10 
4890 
S6 30 
64 30 
73 00 
81 50 
00 00 
9850 
107 00 
116 CO 
125 50 
>35 00 
»44 50 
154 00 
32 20 
34 00 

36 50 
39 85 
43 50 
47 30 
51 20 
59 '5 
676s 
7650 
8525 
0425 

103 «S 
112 as 



?76 So 
85 20 

94 20 
103 So 
112 90 
122 40 
133 00 
143 CO 

152 50 

164 CO 

31' 90 

35 00 
3840 
42 20 

46 10 

50 00 

54 00 
63 00 
72 20 
81 60 
91 10 

100 70 
110 60 
120 30 
12990 
140 10 
150 50 
161 00 
172 CO 
34 05 
37 OS 
40 55 

$n 

S3 OS 
57 35 
6645 
76 CO 

8560 

95 4& 

IOS 40 

US fo 

126 oc 

13660 
14740 
15840 

169 60 
181 CO 

36 20 
39 20 
42 80 

47 00 

5 1 30 

55 70 
60 20 
6960 
79 40 
89*0 
9980 

no CO 

120 40 
*3* 20 



$93 00 
103 CO 
113 CO 
123 CO 

13400 
14500 

156 00 
167 CO 
178 CO 
191 CO 



48 00 
53 00 
5800 
63 00 
68 00 
78 co 
8800 
98 00 
109 00 
120 00 
131 CO 
142 CO 
»53 00 
164 CO 

175 CO 

187 CO 
200 CO 



51 00 
56 CP 

61 co 
67 00 
7300 
\ 00 
00 

CO 



£ 



117 00 
128 00 
13900 
151 00 
163 00 
17500 
187 00 

2CO OO 

213 00 



55 0^ 
60 00 
6600 
72 00 
7800 
8800 
9900 
no 00 
121 00 
133 00 
MS «> 
15700 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate price*. 

For additional prices for split and tight -and -loose pulleys 6ee pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 

Cipher for bures, key-seats, etc. on oaee 17. 



24 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Doable Triple 
Belt, 



Belt. 



Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. BelL 



68 



70, 



Hobson , 

Hoffman ...., 

Hogan , 

Holbrook..... 

Holliday 

Hollins 

Hollman , 

Hollow , 

Holmes 

Holt... , 

Homer , 

Hooker , 

Hopkins.....* 

Horace 

Horatio 

Hornet ....... 

Horton 

Houston 

Howard 

Hubbard 

Hudson 

Hughes 

Humboldt .... 

Hunters 

Huntsman.... 

Huppert 

Hurley ....... 

Huron 

Hurst 

Huxley 

Imogene 

Ingalls 

Inman 

Ionia ,. 

Ipavia 

Irene 

Ironton 

Isabel , 

Jackson , 

Jameson...... 

Jarretts....... 

Java , 

Jerico , 

Jerman , 

Jerner.. 

Jerome 

Jersey 

Jewell.-; , 

Johnson 

Joliet 

Jones...-. 

Jordan 

Judson 

Jumbo 

Jupiter , 

Karney 

Keene , 

Keller 

Kellogg 

Kendall , 

Kenton, , 

Keokuk 

Ketchum .... 



$121 75 
131 So 
141 50 

'5L7S 
162 00 

34 i5 
36 00 
3850 

41 90 

45 6o 
49 50 
53 50 
62 00. 
71 00 
80 00 
89 00 
9850 

108 00 
117 50 
127 50 

W 50 

14S 00 
159 06 
170 00 
3j 05 
38 00 
40 50 
44 00 
47 70 
51 60 
55 85 
04 60 
74 25 
84 00 
93 75 
J °3 75 
"3 75 
I2 3 75 
134 00 
144 25 
'55 00 
166 00 
178 00 
38 00 
40 00 

42 50 

46 00 
49 70 
53 7o 
58.20 
67 20 
77 50 
88 00 
9850 

109 00 
119 50 
130 00 
140 50 
151 00 
162 00 



45 25 



P142 40 
15300 
165 00 
i77 5o 
190 30 
38 35 

41 35 

44 95 
49 25 
5365 
58 IS 

62 75 
72 60 
83 10 
93 7o 

104 50 
ii5 5o 

126 60 

138 00 
149 60 
161 40 
173 40 
185 80 
198 80. 

40 55 
43 55 
47 25 
5i 55 
5605 
60 55 
65 20 
75 20 
8630 
97 60 
109 00 
120 60 
132 40 
144 40 
156 60 
169 00 
181 60 
19440 
207 40 

42 75 

45 75 
49 55 
53 8s 
58 6s 

63 55 
68 55 
7900 
90 30 

102 30 
114 70 

127 10 

139 60 
151 10 
163 90 
176 90 
190 10 
203 50 
217 00 

52 50 



$169 00 
181 00 
194 00 
207 00 
221 00 



59 00 
64 00 
70 00 
76 00 
82 00 
92 00 
103 00 
114 00 
126 00 
138 00 
150 00 
163 00 
176 00 
189 00 
202 00 
215 00 
229 00 

62 00 
67 00 
73 00 
79 00 
85 00 
96 00 
10S 00 
120 00 
133 00 
146 00 
iS9 00 
172 00 
185 00 
199 00 
213 00 
227 00 
241 00 



65 00 
70 00 
76 00 

82 00 

83 00 
100 00 
112 00 
125 00 
138 00 
152 00 
166 00 
190 00 
204 00 
208 00 
222 00 
236 00 
251 00 

69 00 



Knapp 

Knight..... 

Knob , 

Laflin , 

Lambert... 
Lamont .... 
Larimer... 

Larue , 

Latham.... 
Lawson. ... 
Lebanon.., 

Leeds 

Leeman ... 
Leewood.., 
Legion .... 
Lehigh .... 
Leland .... 
Lemars.... 
Lennox .... 
Leonard •*•• 

Leroy 

Lester 

Lewis 

Limerick .. 
Lincoln.... 
Lindsay ... 
Lisbon .... 
Lobster.... 
Lockport .. 

Locust 

Logan .... , 

Lowell 

Loyal 

Loyd 

Luber 

Lucas ..... 
Ludlow.... 
Lumber.... 

Lydia 

Lvons 

Mable 

Macomb ... 
Maddox ... 
Madison ... 
Madrid.. .. 
Magnolia ... 

Mahon 

Malcolm... 
Malvern ... 

Mango 

Mangold... 
Manhart ... 
Manilla.... 

Marble 

Marcus .... 

Mason 

Mattoon.„.. 
Maumee..., 
Maxwell... 
Mayfield ... 
Meadow.... 
Medora. ... 
Memphis... 



$4875 
53 00 
57 35 
62 10 
71 60 
82 25 
93 00 
103 75 
114 50 

125 75 
137 00 
14825 
15950 
171 00 
182 75 
1 95 00 

48 00 
5i 5o 
56 20 
61 00 
66 00 
76 00 
87 00 
98 00 
109 00 
120 00 
132 00 

144 00 

156 00 
168 00 
180 00 
192 00 
204 00 

52 25 
56 35 
61 10 

65 00 
70 90 
80 50 
9 1 50 

103 00 
114-50 

126 25 
138S0 
150 50 
163 00 
175 50 
188 00 
200 00 
213 00 

5650 
61 20 

66 00 
70 80 
75 80 
85 00 
96 00 

108 00 
120 00 
132 50 

145 00 

157 00 
170 00 



$56 80 
62 00 
67 30 
72 70 
8390 
95 40 
107 00 
118 80 
131 00 
H3 40 
156 40 
170 00 
184 00 
198 50 
213 25 
227 75 
55 50 

59 8o 
65 10 
71 00 

$ 5 ° 
88 00 

100 00 

112 30 

124 90 

137 60 

151 10 
165 10 
179 60 
194 60 
209 10 
223 70 
238 70 

60 00 
64 75 
70 10 
75 55 
81 10 
92 80 

105 00 
118 00 
131 40 
144 70 
158 80 
173 30 
188 00 
203 50 
218 20 
234 00 
250 00 
64 5o 
69 70 
75 00 
80 40 
85 90 
97 40 
no 00 
124 00 

138 20 

152 60 
167 20 
182 00 
'9700 



Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight- and-loose pulleys see pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26 

Cipher for bores, key -scats, etc.. on page 17, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



25 



CIPHER. 





PRICE 




£ 

V 

e 










V 


Single 


Double 


Triple 


oi 


% 


Belt. 


Belt. 


Belt. 


5 


fo 


$183 00 


$212 20 


$246 00 


88 


30 


196 00 


227 60 


262 00 




32 


209 00 


242 20 


278 00 




34 


222 00 


258 00 


295 00 




30 


60 50 


69 00 


91 00 


90 


10 


65 20 


74 00 


97 00 




11 


70 00 


79 10 
84 30 


103 00 




12 


74 80 


109 00 




14 


79 50 
892s 


89 80 


11S o° 




16 


101 so 


128 00 




18 


100 50 


116 00 


144 00 
160 00 




20 


113 00 


130 60 




22 


125 50 


H5 30 


176 00 




It 


13S 00 


160 10 


192 00 




151 00 


175 00 


208 00 


1 


28 


164 00 


191 00 


224 00 




30 


177 00 


205 20 


240 00 




32 


190 00 


220 60 


256 00 




St. 


204 00 


236 10 


273 00 




217 00 


251 .70 


299 00 


92 


10 


231 00 


267 40 


307 00 




11 


64 so 


73 30 


95 00 




12 


69 20 


78 10 
8360 


101 00 




\t 


78 80. 


107 00 




88 40 


113 00 




18 


8350 


93 90 


120 00 * 




20 


93 So- 


105 90 


*33 00 




22 


los 00 


121 00 


149 00 




it 


118 00 


136 20 


165 00 




131 00 


151 5o 


181 00 




28 


144 00 


167 00 


19S 00 




30 


157 00 


182 70 


215 00 




32 


170 00 
183 00 


198 60 


232 00 




It 


214 70- 


249 00 




19700 


230 00 


266 00 


94 


10 


211 00 


246 50 


283 00 




11 


225 00 


263 20 


301 00 




12 


239 00 


280 00 


319 00 




\t 


78 00 
82 so 


88 10 


113 00 




92 90 


119 00 




18 


87 6S 


9940 


12600 




20 


9825 


112 00 


140 00 




22 . 


in 00 


128 00 


157 00 




It 

28 


124 50 
13S 00 


144 00 
160 00 


174 00 
191 00 




152 00 


176 00 


208 00 




30 


166 00 


192 00 


22s 00 




33 


180 00 


208 50 


242 00 




34 


194 00 


225 00 


260 00 




$ 


208 00 


241 50 


27S 00 


96 


10 


223 00 


258 00 


296 00 




11 


238 00 


275 00 


314 00 




12 


253 00 


292 00 


332 00 




H 


82 00 


92 20 


11S 00 




16 


8680 


97 7o 


125 00 




18 


91 80 


104 00 . 


133 00 




20 


103 00 


11S 00 


148 00 




22 


117 00 


135 00 


166 00 




It 


I3r 00 


152 00 


1S4 00 




145 00 


169 00 


202 00 




28 


160 00 


1S6 00 


220 00 




V 


175 00 


203 00 


23S 00 




32 


190 00 


220 00 


250 00 




34 


205 00 


236 50 


274 00 




36 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double Triple 
Belt. Belt. Belt. 



N^ncy 

Nanson 

Naomi 

Naples 

Napton 

Napper.. 

Narcott 

Narrows...... 

Nasby........ 

Nashua 

Nebo... v .... 
Needmore ... 

Nekoma 

Nelson 

Neosho 

Neptune 

Nestor , 

Newark 

Newcomb.... 
Newport..... 

Newton 

Nextdoor , 

Nezton •.., 

Niagara 

Nicholls 

Nickell 

Noland 

Norfolk....... 

Norris , 

Northern...... 

Norwich , 

Nutwood.-....., 

Oakes.... ...... 

Obear.. ....... 

Ocean , 

Odell , 

Odessa ....... 

Ogden 

Olmsted 

Olney 

Oneida 

Ophir 

Oregon 

Orlando , 

Osage- , 

Osborne , 

Osgood ...,..., 

Oswego , 

Ottawa , 

Otten , 

Oxford; 

Ozone , 

Racific 

•Paducah 

Palatka 

Palmers 

Pampa , 

Pandora *.... 

Panther , 

Paragon , 

Pannell , 

Pauline 

Pawnee 

Paxton , 



Peanut ...= 

Pedro 

Pekin 

Penelope .. 

Peoria 

Perkins.... 

Peru 

Peters 

Phelps 

Phoenix ... 
Pierce ..;.. 

Plover 

Polands.... 

Pomona ... 
Poncho .... 

Popes...... 

Postage.... 

Potomac... 
Powell .... 

Pratt 

Preston... . 

Prince 

Prospect... 
Pulaski .... 

Purcell 

Putnam.';.. 
Quebec .... 
Quimby .... 

Racine 

Raleigh.. .. 
Ralston.... 
Randall ... 
Rathburn . . 
Rawlins ... 
Raymond. . 
Redfield... 
Rembert... 

Renfro 

Renow 

Reuben .... 
Rhodes .... 
Rialto.... 
Richards .. 
Richmond . 

Riley 

Rippon .... 
Roanoke... 
Robbins ... 
Roberts.... 
Rockford .. 
Rodman ... 
Rodney.... 
Rogers .... 
Roland . ... 

Rollins 

Rome 

Roscoe ... 
Roswell ... 
Rowen 
Roxbury .. 
Rumsey ... 
Russell . ... 
Sabula . ... 
Salem 



f220 00 

23S 00 
250 00 
265 00 
86 00 
91 00 
96 00 
107 50 
121 50 
136 00 
151 00 
166 00 
182 00 
198 00 

214 00 
230 00 
246 00 
262 00 
278 00 

90 00 
95 00 
100 00 
112 00 
126 00 
141 00 
157 00 
173 00 
189 00 

205 00 
222 00 
239 00 
256 00 
273 00 
290 00 

94 00 
09 00 
1 05 00 
118 00 
132 00 
14S 00 
164 00 
181 00 
198 00 

215 00 
232 00 
250 00 
26S 00 
2S6 00 
304 00 

98 00 
103 00 
109 00 
123 00 
138 00 
154 00 
171 00 
188 00 

206 00 
224 00 
242 00 
260 00 
278 00 
296 00 
3'5 °° 



£253 00 
270 00 
287 00 
30400 
9630 
102 00 
108-50 
122 50 

139 00 
157 00 
174 50 
192 50 

2X1 OO 
229 OO 

247 00 
265 00 
283 00 
301 00 

319 00 

100 40 
106 00 

112 OO 

128 00 
145 00 

163 00 
181 00 
200 00 
219 00 

237 00 
257 00 

276 00 

29s 00 
314 00 

333 00 

104 50 
110-00 
116 50 
13400 
151 00 
170 00 
189 00 
209 00 
228 00 
247 00 
267 00 
2S7 00 
307 00 
327 00 

105 60 
114 50 
122 00 

140 50 
157 00 
176 00 
196 00 
217 00 
237 00 
257 00 

277 00 
297 00 
317 00 
337 00 
35800 



$292 00 
310 00 
328 00 

346 00 
123 00 
130 00 
13700 
152 00 
170 00 
189 00 
20S 00 
227 00 

247 00 

267 00 

287 00 

307 00 
327 00 

347 00 
367 00 
128 00 
135 00 
142 00 
15900 
177 00 
196 00 
215.00 
235 00 

255 00 
275 00 
296 00 
31700 
338 CO 

35900 

380 00 

13300 

140 00 

14700 

166 00 
184 00 
204 00 
224 00 

245 00 

266 00 
287 00 

308 00 
32900 
35000 
371 00 
392 00 
13900 

146 00 

'5500 
17400 
193 00 
213 00 
234 00 

256 00 
278 00 
300 00 
322 00 
344 00 
366 00 
3S800 
410 00 



Prices of pulleys of larger dimensions than listed furnished on application. 

Pulleys of intermediate sizes at proportionate prices. 

For additional prices for split and tight- and-loose pulleys, see pages 33 and 34. 

For prices of cast-iron pulleys see page 26. 

For cipher -for bores, key -seats, etc., see page 17. 



26 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Wholb Pt/LLinr. Split Pulley. 

Cast Iron Whole Pulleys, 

MACHINE MOULDED -BORED, TURN ED AND BALANCED* 

For Additional Prices for Split and Tight-and-Loose Pulleys, see pages 33 and 3*. 
PRICE LIST OF CAST IRON WHOLE PULLEYS, 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 


V 

E 








V 


Single 


Double 


ot 





Belt. 


Belt. 


Q 


b 


?! 35 


$1 45 


7 


1 


t So 


r 60 




,i 70 


1 So 






» 95 


2 05 


8 


3 


1 45 


* 55 




4 


'£ 


» 75 


f 1 


1 3 S 


a 00 




3 


2 10 


a as 




! §0 


' 165 
* 95 


9 


3 


* »5 


a 30 




4 


a 50 


aCs 




i 


165 


«75 




? 


1 «>5 


a 10 






a 30 

3 6 S 


a So 


10 


3 


" 3 o° 


3 »5 




4 


3 35 


3 55 




ii 


» 75 


roar 




I 


» 15 


^.v> 




a So 


a.70 




9 


aS5 


3 »o 




#10 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Belt 



Douh]« 
BeiU 



Abacat 

Abactor..... 

Ahades 

Abapo...... 

Abatable . . . 
Abatage 
Abatude 
Abaltship . ., 

Abceder 

Abdals ...... 

Abdente...., 

Abdominal. 



Abeyance . 
Abhor 



Abhorrent/ 
Abidance.., 

Abider 

Abiding.... 

Ability. 

Abjection . , 



Abduce.... 
Abducent.. 

Abed 

Abensur. ... 
Aberrance. 
Aberrant.., 

Aberring... 
Abetted.... 
Abetting... 
Abetment.. 



Abjectness . 
Ab jugate... 
Abjuncti ve. . 
Abjure.. .. 
Abjuring... 
Ablander... 



Ablation.. 
Ablative.. 
Ablaze.... 
Ablegate . 
Ablemar.. 
Ableness . 
Ablenase., 
Ableplay . 



w; ' i ■ - ■■ — ■ ' ■ 

For additional prices for Split and Tight-and- Loose Pulleys, Me pages 
Cipher for Bores, K$y seats, etc, oa paje 17 . 



f3 *o 

3.55 

iSs 

a 25 
a 65 
3 00 
3 35 
3 70 

a 00 



3 »S 

3 I° 
385 

a 15 

*55 

3 95 
330 
365 

4 00 \ 
4 45 
49© 



*3S* 

\* 00 

\t 

40* 

>w 
so© 

3oa 

?C 

4S0t 
•J* 

a 75 

3 I* 
3 6» 

40« 

;c 



33 and 34. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



27 



CIPHER. 



PRICK. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



f * 












« 




s 




K 









ft 


h 


10 


3 


»7 


3 




4 




5 




6 




I 




9 




xo 




12 




3 


:8 


3 




4 




s 




6 




7 




8 




9 




10 




12 




2 


»9 


3 




4 




5 




6 




I 




'9 




10 




1a 




» 




18 


ao 


3 




4 




I 




i 




9 




10 




12 




3 




18 


a 


3 




4 




5 




6 




I 




9 




10 



opHm 



PRICE. 



Single DouftJt 
Belt. [ Beit 



Ablepsy 

Ablette....~ 

Ablude 

Abluent 

Ablution 

Abluvion 

Abmentive 

Abmorse * 



Abnegate. . . 
Abnormal.*. 
Abodance .. 
Aboding...., 

Abolir 

Abolition... 
Aboloment. 
Abolopist... 
Abolosent. ... 
Abolquent.. 



Abolsado.... 

Abonder 

Ahordage.... 

Abortion 

Abortive...... 

Aboutir 

Abortment... 
Aboundeth .. 
Aboundedly. 
Abraxas..:.. 



Abovedar. .. 

Abrade 

Abrading.... 
Abrasion.... 
Abrazar..... 
Abrensin .-... 
Abranchia... 
Abrenver.... 
Abridgment . 
Abtochar.... 
Abrogation.. 



Abreptionv... 
Abreyer ..... 

Abridge* .... 

Abriter........ 

Abroach,.... 

Abrogate.,.. 
Abromado... 
Abruption. . 
Abruptness. . 
Abcission.... 

Absinthian .. 



Abruptly .... 

Abscess 

Abscind 

Absenter .... 
Absenting... 

Absist 

Con piling... 
Complacent . 
Completive.. 
Complex 



2 65 

3 os 

3 45 
3*5 

4 30 

4 75 

5 25 



3 20 

3 60 

4 00 
4 45 

4 90 

5 40 
590 

6 40 

2 55 

2 95 

3 35 

3 75 

4 >5 
4 60 

S °i 
560 

6 is 

6 70 

2 70 

3 »o 

3 So 

4 00 
4 SO 

I 60 
6 is 

6 70 

2 * 5 
S35 

a 90 

3 30 

3 75 

* I s 

4 80 

5 35 
590 

6 45 

7 05 
7 65 
9 to 

305 
3 55 

4 °i 

460 

5 J S 
580 

6 40 

7 00 
7 60 

. 8 20 



3 25 

3 75 

4 2 s 
4 80 

!K 

*SS 

2 95 

3 35 
385 

4 35 
490 
S40 

I 90 
6 40 

6 90 

a 70 

3 »o 

3 5o 
400 

4 5o 
Soo 

5 5o 

6 is 
6 70 
730 

a 90 
3 30 

3 75 

** 5 

4 85 

5 50 

6 10 

6 70 

7 35 
790 

9 00 

, 3 10 
3 55 

46s 

5 2 J 

£ 8s 
045 
7 10 

7 75 

8 4a 
10 00 

IS 

440 
Soo 

6 40 

7 10 

2 80 

8 50 

9 ao 



Complexion . 
Compliant... 



Complot 

Complotter.. 
Comport..,..- 
Compose .... 
Composit. ... 
Composure. 
Compotier .. 
Comprise.... 

Compter 

Comptness .. 
Compulsive.. 
Computable . 



Computate ..... 

Computing 

Comrade .... .. 

Conamore 

Concasser 

Concavate 

Concave 

Concavity , 

Concealer 

Concede 

Conceited. 

Conceiven...^, 



Concentric ., 

Concentual. 

Conception. 

Concerned.. 

Concerning. 

Concessive . 

Conciliate. 

Concisely... 

Concision.. . 

Concitate..., 

Concluding. 

Conclusion . 

Concocter... 



Concoctive.. 
Concourse... 

Concur 

Concurrent.. 

Concussion.. 

.Condign 

Condiment.. 

Condole 

Condolence.. 
Conducent. .. 
Conducive... 
Conducting.. 
Conductox... 



Confab 

Confated.... 
Confection.. 
Conference. 
Confessory. 
Confession.. 
Confidant... 
Confinity . . . . 



$980 

H 40 

*3 25 
3 7S 

* 2* 
48s 

I 50 

6 15 
6 80 

8 10 
8 So 

10 50 
1a 10 

3 45 

4 00 

4 55 

5 I 5 

I 85 

6 55 

7 20 

8 50 

9 30 
il I 5 

12 85 

365 

4 20 
480 

f 5 ° 
6 20 

6 90 

1 SS 

8 25 

9 00 
9 80 

11 80 

13 80 

15 80 

385 

4 40 
Soo 

5 7o 

6 40 

7 10 

7 8° 

8 65 

9 5o 
10 35 

12 3S 

14 40 

16 50 

405 
460 

6 00 
6 75 

I s * 
«3S 
9 ao 



$1090 
ia.56 

3 5S 

4<* 

4 7J 
f 45 
6 IS 
6 75 

Z 45 
! 1S 

8 00 

9 65 

11 50 

13 40 

380 

4 35 
500 

5 7° 

6 4S 

7 20 
7 95 

5 70 
9 45 

10 25 
12*5 

14 30 

4 °1 
460 

I 30 

6 00 

6 75 

7 50 
825 
9 00 
990 

10 So 

12 95 

15 10 
»7 25 

4 2 s 
480 

6 ao 

6 95 

7 70 

8 55 

9 50 

\°.t 

1365 
i<6s 
18 15 

4 4S 

Soo 

5 75 

*S$ 

8 30 

9 ao 

10 15 



For additional prices for Split and Tight- and -ItQQSc PtUlevs, see pages 33 and 34. 
Cipher for Bpr^ Keyset, «ic>, 99 p«*e 17. 



28 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



V 



46 



Conflation.. 
Conflict.... 
Confluence. 
Conformer . 
Confound... 



Confrere.... 
Confront...., 

Confuse 

Confusion... 

Congeal 

Congealing.. 
Congenial... 

Congest 

Congestion., 
Congruity... 
Connect ..... 
Conjecture.., 
Conjoin...'.. 



Coirjugal.... 
Conjugate... 
Conj\ire.... . 
Connective... 
Connection.. 
Connive... i. 

Conquer 

Conquest...., 
Conscience.. 
Conscious... 
Conscript.!.. 
Consenter..., 
Consequent.. 

Conserve.... 

Consessor... 

Consistent... 

Console , 

Consoling.,.. 

Consort 

« | Consor'tion.. 
lis i Constable..., 

Constancy... 

ConState..... 

Constipate.., 

Constitute. .. . 

Constrain.... 

Constrict..... 



Caballine.... 
Cabahnente.. 
Cabaluste.... 
Cabaretier. . . 
Cabecera . . ** 
Cabecilla..*. 
Cabestrar. . . . 
Cachalor .... 
Cacharro.... 
Cacholong... 
Cacklings ... 
Cadastral.... 
Cadeneta.... 
Cadenette.... 

Construed.*. 
Consular.... 



a 



$10 05 

10 90 
13 10 

15 20 
i7 3o 

42S 

4 80 

5 55 

6 30 

7 15 

8 10 , 

9 00 
990 

«<>75 
n 6 S 

13 90 

16 00 
18 ?d 

4 45 
505 

I 85 

6 70 

7 55 

8 50 
9- 40 
1035 

11 30 
12V 39 

14 60 
17 'OO 
1946 

4 80 

5 45 

6 30 
705 

Ifs 
.9 80 

10 80 

11 80 

12 9O 

15 40 

17 9Q 
so 40 
3320 

Soo 

570 
655 

7 35 

8 35. 

9 20 

10 30 

11 40 

12 50 

13 65 

16 20 
1880 
21 40 
2430 

5 25 

5 95 



$11 is 

13 15 

14 55. 

16 95 

'9 35 

,4 7o 

•6 10 
• 7 Co, 

7 95 
»95 
990 

ia90 

11 90 
•12 90 

17 80 

20 30 

4 95 

|6o. 

.645 

8 40 

9 45 
10 50 ' 
."•55 

12 60 
*3"65 
1625 
1890 

21 55 

6 05 
6 90 

III 

9 75 
10 85 
" 95 

13 05 
H30 

.17 10- 
1990 
?* 75 
25 99 

II! 
I ?! 

905* 

10 is 

11 40 
"45 
1380 

15 os 
'7 95 
20 90 
23 90- 
»7 1$ 

S&> 
6 6$ 



3o 



Contemn .X*.'. 
Contempt......... 

Contended , 

COntester......... 

Context <-.. 

Continent 

Continual „...*.,,, 
'Contorted........ 

Contour. , 

Contralto 

Contrary •• 

Contrast. 



Cadetshlp... 
Cadger...... 

Cadillac, r.. 
Cadxnean..., 
Caducous... 
Cafardice..^ 

Caffre 

Caillette .... 
Caissons..;., 
Cajolement. 

Cajolery 

Calafetin..., 
CaJagozb... 
Ca la brain... 



Contrasted ... 
Contribute. «... 
Contrite....... 

Contriver 

Control........ 

Controller..... 

Contusion 

.Convalesce.;., 
Convening.... 

Convent* 

Conventual... 
Converge.... .. 

Conversant.*. 
Convoy....... 



Calahorra 

Calamary 

Calambour 

Calamine. 

Calcareous 

Calc'sform.. ••* 

Calcining 

Calcitrate • 

Calculable. 

Caldaria........... 

Calderada 

Caldosito .. 

Calducho. 

Calendular 



Cookery... 

Cooler 

Cooln.ess. . , 
Cooptate.. 
Copiously.. 
Cop 1 ant.... 
Coppice... 
Coptic 



$685 

IS 
9 6o> 
1080 

12 00 

13 30 
I44O 
17 00 

19 70 
32 40 
35 40/ 

*f 45 

6 35 

7 ^ 
805- 
9 00 

10 05 

11 35 
13 45 

13 7o 
15 00 
1780 

20 6s 

23 5o 

26 50 

' 5 70 
6 55 , 
750 
§45 
t 9 45 
»o 55 
» 75 

12 95 

14 20 

15 60 
i860 

21 60 

24 60, 

27 60 



780 
880 ' 
9 85 

11 00 

12 25 

13 5«> 
H75 
16 15 
1930 
22 45 
25.60 
287S 

6^30 

7 10 

8 ia 
9»5 

10 25 
» 45 
"75 
Ho5 



$7-60 
$55 
960 

1070 

«V95 
«*3S 

ill 

31*90 
35 10 
3840 

600 

; 6 90 

* 2 °0 

* $95 
to. ©5 
It 25 

13 |0 
«3 8j 
IS IS 

10 55 

»9 75 

1 33 00 

263S 

3975 

6 35 

2 l5 
825. 
9 35 

xo 50 

11 80 
13 10 
H45 
15 80 
•7 8S' 

30 70 

24 is 
37 60 

31 10 

- 04s 

l& 

9 6$ 
so 90 

13 30 

«3 6s 
IS 05 
1645 
1805 

31 60 

3C 30 
387O 

32 3S 

SS 

-895 
10 10 

i4«f 



For additional prices for Split and Tight- and -Loose Pulleys, see pages 33 and 34. 
Cipher for Bores, Key -seats, etc.* ©o page 17. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



29 



■s 




V 








V 




fi 


V 


« 








o 


fc 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 
Belt. 



Double 
Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



SO 



Copybook. 

Copyright . 

Coquette... 

Coracle.... 

Coranto 

Corbeau... 



Calenture.., 
Calescence. 
Calfatage .. 
Calibita. ... 
Calipedts... 
Callosity... 
Calocha.... 
Calotype... 
Calquer,. ... 
Calvinism.. 
Calvinize ... 
Calyario.... 

Calycine 

Camarade.. 



Corbeil 

Cordial , 

Cordon .... .. 

Cormorant... 
Cornamute... 
Cornbloom .. 

Cornetcy 

Cornfield 

Cornicle.^..., 

Cornuted 

Coronet 

Corporal 

Corpulence.. 
Corpuscle.... 

Cambrure.... 
Cambusier... 

Camellia 

Camisado.... 
Camouflet.... 
Camously.... 
Campechy... 
Campement . 
Campesino.. 
Campestral.. 

Canaille 

Canalita 

Canardeau... 
Cancellate... 



Correcting... 
Correspond., 

Corridor 

Corrigible..., 
Corrivate.... 
Corrodent..., 
Corrosive. . . . 
Corsage.... , 

Corsair 

Corselet..... 
Cortesano . . . 

Cortical 

Cosecant.... 
Cosey 



$15 35 
16 75 
20 00 



29 90 

6 40 

7 30 
830 
9 35 

10 45 

11 65 

12 95 
H 2 5 
15 55 
1695 
20 20 
23 55 

26 95 

30 35 

6 55 

7 45 

8 45 

9 55 
jo 65 

11 85 
'3 15 
H 45 

15 75 
1/ i5 

20 40- 

23 80 

27 30 
30 So 

6 75 

III 
9 75 
10 90 

12 15 

13 50 

14 So 

16 10 

17 65 

21 05 

24 50 

28 00 
3i 55 

60s 

in 

995 
11 20 

12 so 
1385 
if 20 
16 50 
iS 20 
•21 70 

25 20 
28 70 
32 30 



$'7 15 

iS 90 

22 50 
26 20 

29 80 

33 40 

6 90 

8 00 

9 i5 
10 30 

' 11 65 

' 13 05 

H 45 

15 90 
17 35 
19 10 
22 70 
2645 

30 6s 

33 7o 

8 20 

9 35 

10 qo 

11 85 
13 «S 
»4 65 

16 10 

17 55 
19 30 

22 90 

26 70 

30 30 

34 0O 

I 40 
9 55 
»°75 

12 10 
»3 55 
15 05 
1655 

18 10 

19 80 

23 55 

27 40 

31 20 

35 05 

.!& 

9 75 

11 00 

12 40 

13 9° 
15 45 
1700 
i860 

20 30 

24 20 

25 10 

32 10 

3 6 10 



Cancerated. 
Canc'roma."., 
Cancrine.... 

Candela 

Candonga... 
Candytuft... 
Canephore... 
Canescent... 
Cangilon.... 
Canicular... 
Caniveau. .. 
Cankerbit... 
Cannelure, . 
Cansado.... 



Costliness.. 
Cotangent.. 

Coterie 

Cotillion ... 
Cottrell .... 

Couch 

Couchant... 
Coughing.,. 
Couler...... 

Coulisse... 
Counter.... 

Counteract. 
Countess... 
Coupe.. ^... 



Couplet.... 
Courage... 
Courier...: 

Course 

Courteous . 
Courtesy... 
Courtezan . 
Courting .. 
Courtlike... 
Courtship.. 

Cousin 

Covering .. 
Coverlet.... 
Covetable.. 



Cowherd. . 
Cowhouse . 
Cowslip.... 
Coxcomb... 
Covness ... 
Crabbed.... 
Crab tree. .. 
Crabstick.. 

Crack 

Cracknel.. 
Craggy.... 

Cramp 

Cranesbill . 
Cranium... 



Cranky . . . 
Crashing . 
Crater.... 
Cravache. 
Crazy'..... 
Creak 



$7 15 

8 05 

9 10 

10 30 

11 65 
13 00 
H 35 
J5 So 
'7 30 
iS 65 

22 65 

26 20 
29 80 
33 45 

7 35 

8 30 

9 40 
10 70 
12. 10 
»3 5o 
1490 
16 40 
iS"io 
20 10 

23 60 

27 20 
3090 
3460 



10 10 

11 50 

13 co 

14 5o 
16 00 
i7.5o. 
19 20 
21 20 
24 80 

-28 70 
32 86 
3700 



.925 
10 75 

12 25 

13 75 
15 25 

18 60 
'20 30 
22 40 
26 40 
3090 
35 40 
40 00 

9 80 



1440 
16 os 



10 05 

11 45 

12 95 

14 SO 

16 05 

17 65 
1930 
21 is 

25 'S 

29 »5 

33 20 
37 2S 

7 9o' 
9 10 

70 40 

11 OO 

13 5<3 

»5 10 

16 70 

18 3<* 

20 00 

23 OO 

26 TO 

30 20 

34 3t- 
3S40 

830 
9 6S 

u 15 

12 76 

M 30 

15 95 

17 60 

19 30 

21 IO 

23 20 

27 CO 

3* 3<* 
37 oo 
41 SO 

8S0 
1020 
11 8s 
»3 50 
1520 



20 50 
22 40 
24 60 
29 20 
34 *> 
39 30 
44 SO 

0-30 
1080 
124S 
14 20 

16 00 

17 90 _ 



For additional prices for Split and Tight -and -Loose Pulleys, see pages 33 aud 34. 
Cipher for Bores, Key *seats, etc, on page 17 . 



30 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



V 

I I 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Doubjt 
Belt. Belt. 



Created.... 
Creation... 
Creature... 

Creche 

Credence .. 
Credulity .. 
Credulous . 
Creole 



Crepine... 
Crested.... 
Crestless.. 
Crevice... 
Cribbage. 
Cribble ... 
Cricket... 
Crimson . . , 
Cringing. . 
Crisp n ess. 
Critical... 
Criticize . . 
Croaking., 
Crockery . 



Crocus • 

Croft 

Croft age.... 
Crooked.... 

Croslet 

Crossbow... 
Crossing ..., 
Crossness. . . 

Croup 

Croupier. .. 
Crowbar...., 

Crowded 

Crowing.... 
Crowning... 

Crowsfoot. . 
Cruchon .... 

Crucial 

Crucible.... 

Crucifix 

Crude 

Crudity..... 

Cruelly 

Crumbs 

Crumble.... 
Crumpet.... 

Crunch 

Crupper**.-** . 
Cruset 



Cantalite . . . 
Cantation... 
Cantatory... 
Cantilene... 
Cantinero... 
Cantonada.. 
Capability . 
Capacete ... 
Cap ache ro.. 
Caparison .. 
Caperuza... 



$1770 

19 55 
ai 25 

23 35 
27SO 
32 5o 
37 So 
42 50 

3 95 
»0 35 
11 90 
»3 So 
»S30 
17^ 10 
iS 90 

20 75 

22 50 

24 60 
29 30 
34 50 
3980 
45 40 

940 
»0 9S 
12' 60 
•4 30 
16 10 
•7 95 
»9 7S 

21 60 

23 50 

25 60 
3090 
3650 
42 20 
4S 10 

9S5* 
11 5° 
13 30 

15 »o 

16 90 

18 So 

20 70 

22 60 

24 60 

26 70 
3250 
3860 
4480 
52 00 

1830 

19 60 

21 90 

22 60 
24 30 
26 15 
2805 
34 75 
41 40 
4b 10 
55co 



$1985 
21 85 
»3 85 

26 00 
3* 20 
3640 
41 So 
47 30 

9 80 
u 40 
13 '5 
1500 
17 00 

19 00 

21 00 

23 00 

25 OO 

27 20 

3 2 S° 
38 SO 

4480 

S> 00 

10 30 

12 05 

13 S5 

17 So 
1990 

22 00 

24 10 

26 20 

28 40 
3460 

40 80 
47 »o 
53 7o 

10 "80 
12 70 

14 70 

1 %P 
1885 

21 OO 

23 20 

25 45 

27 75 
30 15 
3640 
43 20 
50 20 
58 10 

20 00 

21 70 

24 00 

26 30 

25 60 

3090 

33 20 

41 00 
4880 
5680 
6480 



50 



Capillose 

Capolado 

Cappadine......... 

Capreolus 

Caprizant 

Capsicum 

Capuchin 

Carabineer 

Carditis 

Caressing. , 

Carenage.... ...... 

Carestia..... 

Carillon 

Carking 

Carlingue 

Carlish 

Carnivora 

Carnosity 

Carotid 

Carpel 

Carpentry 

Carpillon 

Carpingly 

Carpology 

Cartabon 

Carterage 

Cartulary 

Carrefour 



Cartonnage. 
Carvement... 
Caryatid .... 
Casadero .... 
Casamuro ... 

Caserner 

Caseworm . . . 

Casimbas 

Cassation.... 
Casserole.... 
Cassideous. .. 
Castellan .... 
Castigator. . . 



Castrel 

Catadupe... 
Catalectes.. 
Catalepsis.. 
Catalogize.. 
Catalufa.... 
Cataplasm.. 
Catechize... 
Catenation . 
Cathartist... 
Catlinite.... 
Catopric. ... 
Catsmeat ... 

Caulescent.. 
Cauline.. ... 
Causation .. 
Causeway... 
Cavadura... 
Cavalcade .. 



$62 00 
69 00 - 

19 60 
21 60 

2 3 80 
24.90 
2675 
28 85 

30 95 

38 00 
45 >o 
52 20 
5940 
6675 
74 10 

21 30 

23 50 

26 00 

27 30 

28 90 
3' £5 

33 8s 
41 40 
48 75 

63 80 

V 50 

79 20 

23 »o 

25 50 

28 05 

29 60 

31 80 

34 35 
3600 
44 60 
52 40 
60 30 
68 20 
76 20 
84 30 

24 90 
27 40 

30 30 

32 00 
34 40 
37 10 

39 90 
48 00 
56 20 

64 40 
72 60 

80 90 
89 20 

26 70 
29 40 
32 60 
34 40 
37 20 

40 10 



For additional prices for Split and Tight-and- Loose Pulleys, sec pages 33 and 34. 
Cipher for Bores, Key-seats, etc, on page 17. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



31 







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CIPHER. 



PRICE. 


V 

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Single 
Belt. 


Double 
Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



66 



6$ 



3 



Cavation...... 

Cavernous *.. 

Cavicorn 

Ceaseless 

Cebadero 

Cecity 

Cedratic 



Ceinture..,. 
Cel ature 
Celabrity ... 
Celestial.... 
Cellarage... 
'Celistude... 
Celticism. . 
Celtique .... 

Celtish 

Cenacle. ... 
Cendreux... 
Cenobio .... 
Cenobite.... 
Cenotaph... 
Censorship . 
Centaury . . . 



Centella ..... 
Centinode .. 
Centralism . 
Centrical .... 
Cephalic.... 
Ceraceous... 
Cerafolio .... 
Cerasile ..... 

Cercado , 

Cerceau 

Cerebral.... 

Cerecloth..., 

Cerement. . . 

Ceremonial. 

Certitude.... 

Cerulean... 



Ceruirfic... 
Gerumen . , . 
Cervelet.... 
Cesarean... 
Cespitous. .. 

Cessant 

Chabbrra... 
Chafallon... 
Chaffinch... 
Chaffless.... 
Chainette... 
Chairman... 

Chaland 

Chainwork . 
Chameleon . 
Champerty.. 



Chancellor... 
Chanf rein;. . , 
Changeable.. 
Changeful... 
Chantable . . . 
Chantism.... 



$43 00 


$4970 


65 


13 


5i 40 


59 40 




\t 


U% 


6940 




7940 
8940 




18 


77 10 

85 70 




20 


9940 




22 


94 30 


10940 




3 


33 00 


36 00 




28 


36 00 


40 00 




30. 


39 5o 


44 °° 






43 00 


4850 


70 


6 


46 50 


53 a) 




7 


50-00 


57 50 




8 


5400 


62 50 




9 


62 50 


72 50 
82 50 




10 


71 00 




11 


U% 


92 50 




12 


102 50 




\t 


' 9700 


ir3 00 




106 00 


124 00 
13600 




18 


116 50 • 




20 


127 00 
138 00 


149 00 




22 


162 00 




3 


' 34 25 


3800 




28 


37*5. 


4200 




30 


40 75 j 


46 00 • 






44 25 


>5o 00 • 


72 


6 


•47 75 


54 5o 




I 


5i 2 5 


59 00 




5S6o 


.65 00 




9 


1 64 30 
73 8o 
8330 
92 80 


75 00. 
85 00 




10 
11 


96 00 

108 00 




12 

14 


103 00 


120 00 




16 


113 20 


132 00 




18 


123 50 


14400 




20 


•134 00 


15700 




23 


H5 S? 


170 00 




3' 

28 


,35 75' 
38 75 


40 00' 




• 44 00 
X H8 00 




30 


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32 


-45 75 
4925 


52 00 
5650 




.3 


; 52.75 


61 00 






5790 


. 67 00 


74 


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0650 


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9 


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10. 


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11 


9650 


112 50 




12 


107 00 


12450 
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It 


117 00 
127 So 
138 00 




149 00 




18 


162 00 




20 • 


152 00 


178 co t 




22 


3725 


41 5P 




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• 4025 


45 00 




28 


43 75 


4900 




30 


4725 


5300 




32 


50 75 
54 25 


57 5o 
62*00 




2 



Chan tress... 
Chaology~. 
Chapeau.... 
Chaperon.... 
Chapf alien . 
Charcutter. . 
Chariness... 
Charitable.. 
Charioteer. . 
Charlatan... 



Charmingly..,.. 

Charmless 

CharterisL 

Chasable.....*.. 

Chastener 

Chasteness ...... 

Chastise 

Chatelain 

Chatterbox 

Chattering 

Cheapening .... 

Cheapness 

Cheatingly 

Checkless 

Checkmate ..... 
Cheeringly 



Cheerless... 
Cheesecake. 

Chemin 

Chemistry.. 
Chequered.. 
Chercher^. . . , 
Cherishing.. 
Chessboard . 
Chevalier. . . 
Chevreau . ... 
Chewing, . . . , 
Chiefdom..» 
Chieftain... 
Chilblain... 
Childhood. , 
Childish...., 
Childlike.... 
Chiliad..... 
Chilliness... 



Chink...*... 
Chipping,., 
Chirologyi.. 
Chiselling . . 
Chivalrous., 
Chivalry.... 
Chocador... 
Choiceless.. 
Choking.... 
Chomage... 
Choralist... 
Chorister..., 

Chrism 

Chrismal.... 
Christened., 
Chronic .... 
Chuckling.. 



$58 50 
6850 
7900 
0050 

102 00 

112 50* 
123 CO 
134 50 
147 OO 

'59 5° 

38 75 
4i 75 
4S25 
48 75 
52 25 
55 75 
60 00 

71 00 
82 00 
93 So 

105 50 
117 50 
12950 
141 50 
154 00 
166 50 

4025 
43 75 
-48 25 
5i 75 
55 75 
60 50 
6600 

7 00. 

~ 00 
9900 
no 00 

122 CO 
I34CO 
I47 OO 
160 OO 

173 00 
18600 
19900 
212 00 

5800 

63 OO 

67 00 

72 00 
7700 
87 OO 
97 00 

107 00 
117 00 
127 00 
138 00 
150 00 
162 00 

174 00 



U 



$6800 
So" 00 
92 00 
105 CO 
118 CO 
131 00 

14400 
15800 
172' 00 
18600 

" ♦*. 

4300 
4700 
51 00 

55 00 
59 co 
64 00 
70 00 

82 00 
9500 

108 00 
122 00 
136 00 
150 00 
164 00 
17900 
19400 

45 00 
4900 
54 00 
5900 
64 00 
70 00 
76 00 
89 00 
102 00 
115 00 
129 00 
143 00 
i57"oo 
171 CO 

186 00 
201 00 
216 00 
332 00 
248 00 

67 CO 

72 00 
7700 

83 00 
89 00 

100 60 

112 OO 
124 OO 
136 OO 
I4S OO 
l60 OO 

!££ 



2311 < 
248 < 



For additional prices for Split and Tight-and- Loose Pulleys, see pages 33 and 34. 
Cipher for Bores, Key -seats, etc., 00 page 17 . 



32 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single Double 
Belt. Belt. 



80 



Chuffiiy 

Chumie. 

Chump 

Churching... 
Churchship.. 
Churchyard.. 
Churning.... 

Chyle 

Chymify 

Cierge 

Citiate 

Cillement.... 

Cimolite 

Cindery 

Cinerary 

Cinnabar .... 
Ciphering... 

Cirage 

Circumfer ... 
Cisalpine.... 

Ciseau 

Ciseleur 

Citation 

Civet. 

Civilian 

Claimant .... 

Clameur 

Clamourous . 
Clamping... . 

Clancuiar 

Clank 

Clansman . . . 

Classic 

Classical 



Clavated.... 

Clavicle 

Clayish 

Claymore'.;. 
Cleanness .. 
Clematis. ... 
Clergical.... 
Clerkship. .. 

Cleverly 

C'iented 

Climbing ... 
Clincher.... 

Clinical 

Clockcase .. 
Clockman .. 
Clodpate.... 
Clodpole.... 



Closeness... 
Clouded .... 
Clownish ... 
Cloyment... 

Clubber 

Clubbish ... 
Clustering, . 
Coachman.. 
Coaction.. . . 



-$62 00 


$72 00 




66 00 


77 00 
83 00 




71 00 




76 00 


89 00 




81 00 


95 00 




91 00 


106 00 




101 co, 


117 00 
128 00 




in 00 




121 00 


140 00 




131 00 


>53 00 




143 00 


168 00 




156 00 


1S3 00 




169 00 


198 06 




182 00 


213 00 




196 00 


228 00 




210 00 


244 00 




224 00 


260 00 V 




6600 


77 00 
82 00 




70 00 




75 00 


88 00 




80 00 


93 00 




85 00 


99 00 




95 00 


no 00 




105 00 


123 00 




116 00 


13600 




127 00 


149 00 




139 00 


162 00 




151 00 


177 00 




164^ 00 


192 00 




17b 00 


207 00 . 




192 00 


223 00 




206 00 


239 00 




220 00 


256 00 • 




234 00 


273 00 




70 00 


82 00 




74 00 


87 00 . 




79 00 


93 00 




84 00 


99 00 




90 00 


105 00 




100 00 


116 00 




no 00 


129 00 




121 00 


142 00 




133 00 


155.00 




H5 00 


169 00 




157 00 


183 00 




171 00 
185 00 


199 00 




216 00 




199 00 


233 00 




214 00 


250 00 
267 00 




229 00 




244 00 


2S4 00 




7400 


87 CO 




79 00 
84 00 


92 00 

98 00 




89 00 


104 00 




94 00 


no 00 




104 00 


121 00 




115 00 


134 00 




126 00 


147 00 




13s 00 


161 00 





96 



Coalery 

Coaliser .... 

Coaltar 

Coarseness . 
Cochon.. .. 
Cockatoo... 
Cockboat... 
Cockled 



Cockloft.... 
Cockspur.. 
CoctibJe..., 

Codicil 

Codling 

Coerce 

Coercion ... 

Coeval 

Cofferer 

Cogitate.... 
Cognomen.. 

Cohabit 

Cohesion . . , 

Coiled 

Coincide.... 

Coistril 

Colarin 



Colation... 
Coldness... 
Colewort .. 
Colical. ... 
Collared... 

Collate 

Collide 

Colonist ... 

Colorist 

Colossus... 
Coltish.... 
Coltsfoot.. 
Comate.... 
Combien... 
Combler... 
Comedian. 
Comfiture.. 



Comical , 

Comique 

Comity 

Commotion 

Conchite 

Concordist... 

Condi.ting 

Consolate 

Constantly 

Contund 

Convocate 

Convolute 

Cooing 

Copier 

Corumba 

Cosaque 

Covenant 



$150 00 
163 00 
178 00 
193 00 
208 00 
223.00 
238 00 
253 00 



7900 
83 00 
S8 00 
93 00 
98 00 

108 00 
120 00 
132 00 
14$ 00 
158 00 
171 00 
185 60 
201 00 
217 CO 
233 00 

249 CO 
265 CO 

85 CO 
91 CO 

97 00 
103 00 

109 00 
122 00 
«35 00 
148 CO 
162 CO 
176 CO 
190 00 
207 00 
224 00 
241 CO 

259 00 

277 CO 
295 CO 

01 CO 

98 CO 
.105 CO 

112 CO 

120 CO 
135 00 
150 00 

165 00 

180 CO 

195 00 

211 OO 

230 CO 

250 00 
270 00 

2^0 CO 

310 00 

33000 



Prices of Pulleys of larger dimensions than listed furnished on application. 

For additional prices for Split and Tight- and -Loose Pulleys see page? 33 and 34. 
Cipher for Bores, Key -seats, etc., on page 17. 



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CONE PULLEYS. 



These prices are for single pulleys. In figuring price on Cone complete, add together the 
prices ot the various pulleys composing the Cone. 

Pulleys under 8 inches diameter will be furnished of cast iron. 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 
Belt. 



Double 
Belt 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 


Double 


Beit. 


Belt 


$4 95 


$5 6 5 


390 


4 50 


400 


460 


4 15 


4 70 
4 8S 


4 25 


4 40 


500 


4 55 


5 20 


4 75 


m 


4 95 


5 '5 


590 


4 00 


4 I s 
4 85 


4 »5 


4 30 


500 


4 50 


5 *> 


4 70 
485 


5 4S 


5 70 


SOS 


5 95 
10 


5»o 


540 


6 30 


4 20 


5oo 


4 35 


5 '5 


4 50 


5 30 


4 70 


5 50 


4 90 


I 7 * 
6 00 


5 15 


5 40 


6 30 


5 55 


6 50 


5 7o 


6 70 


4 50 


5 50 


4 70 


S $ 5 


490 


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6 so 
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1 80 

6 00 


680 


7 00 


5 00 


6 00 


5 '5 


5 30 


6 30 


5 45 


6 40 
665 


590 
605 


69S 


7 10 



Sampson. 
Sanborn.. 
Senders... 
Sandoval. 
Sanford... 
Saratoga . 
Scranton . 
Scudder .. 
Sedgwick 
Selkirk... 
Seliria.... 
Seneca... 
Seward.., 
Shannon., 
Shelby.... 
Shiloh.... 
Simmons 
Simpkins 

Sligo 

Sloans..., 
Solomon., 
Sonora . . , 
Sparta.,., 
Spencer., 
Stanton ., 
Stella .... 
Sterling.., 
Stewart.., 
Stiles..... 
Stillmore 
Stillwell. 
Stilton.... 
Stilts?...., 
Stinson.. 
Stocking. 
Stocks . . 
Stockton 
Stokley.. 
Stone.... 
Storage. . 
Stovall.. 
Strand... 
Stranger 



$2 00 

a 05 

a tS 

2 OS 
» 15 
2 25 
2 $0 

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a 30 
*45 
a 70 

2 95 

3 10 
3 25 
3 45 
3 7o 
2 30 
2 45 
2 65 

2 90 

3 20 
3 35 
3 55 
3 75 
3 95 
3 35 
3 55 

3 75 
385 

4 00 
4 20 
440 
4 55 
4 75 
3 50 
3 70 

3 95 

4 05 

4 20 

4 35 
4 55 
4 75 



$» 35 

2 40 
a so 

2SS 

2 65 

2 75 

2 90 

3 10 
2 70 

2 80 

2 95 

3 »5 
325 
3 45 
3 70 

3 90 

4 »S 
3 00 
3 10 
3 20 
3 45 
3 55 

3 75 
395 
425 

4 55 
4 00 
4 10 
4 20 
4 35 
4 50 
4 70 

4 90 

5 15 
5 40 
4 15 
4 25 
4 40 
4 55 
4 75 

4 95 

5 iS 
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Stratford 

Stratton . 

Strawn .. 

Streator. . 

Stribling. 

Strong. . . 

Strum.... 

Stubbs... 

Sublett... 

Success. 

Sudley 

Suffolk-. 

Sugar.... 

Sumac... 

Summers 

Summitt . 

Sumpter. 

Sunset... 

Surbon .. 

Surf 

Surrey..., 

Susan.... 

Sutter.... 

Sutton... 

Swain ... 

Swales .. 

Swamp .. 

Swans ... 

Swanton 

S warts... 

Sweet...., 

Swift...., 

Swine .... 

Switch... 

Switzer.. 

Svlva...., 

Tabor... 

Tacoma., 

Tadmor ., 

Tadpole. 

Tafts.... 

Taggart . 

Taintor. . 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



37 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 


Single 


Double 


Belt. 


Belt. 


|6 2 S 


?7 30 


SOS 


6 10 


5 30 


6 30 


5 45 


6 50 


5 6s 


6 75 


590 


7 00 


5 15 


7 25 


5 3S 


7 40 


OSS 


7 55 


5 35 


6 50 


5 55 


6 70 
685 


5 70 


5 90 


7 00 


£ '* 


72S 


6 40 
665 


{£ 

8 05 


6 90 


s 50 


6 70 


5 7S 


6>5 


5 00 


7 10 


6 05 


7 30 


6 35 


7 60 


6 65 


7 90 


6 90 


i lS 


7 20 


845 


S6s 


6 90 


5 95 


7 20 


6 10 


7 45 


6 30 
6 60 


770 
8 00 


6 90 


8 40 


7 20 


8 70 


7 50 


9 00 


6 25 
6 45 
6 65 


8 os 


6 95 


S 40 


7 25 


S75 



CIPHER. 



PRICE. 



Single 
Belt. 



Double 
Belt 



Talbot ... 
Talcott... 
Tallman.. 

Tally 

Talmadge 
Tampa ... 
Tampico . 
Tanbark . . 
Tarb&o.. 
Tariff .... 
Taswell... 
Taunton.. 
Tavern . . . 
Taylor, . . . 
Tecumseh 
Temple... 
Tennis . . . 
Terrace... 
Textile . . . 
Thatcher. 
Thayer... 
Thistle . . . 
Thomas . 
Thornton. 
Thrall.... 
Thrift;.... 
Thurman . 
Tibbetts... 

Tidal 

Tiffany... 

Tiger 

Tilden.... 
Tilton ..... 
Timothy... 

Tipton 

Titcomb.. 
Tivoli...., 
Tobias 



Todd 

Tompkins 
Topaz.... 
Tornado.. 
Toronto... 
Towers.. .. 
Townsend 

Tracy 

Trader.... 
Transit... 
Hrapp.... 
Tredway 
Trenton . . 

Trigg 

Trinity . . . 
Triumph . 
Trotter... 

Trout 

Troy 

Tubbs.... 
Tucker... 

Tulip 

Tunnel ... 
Turner... 
Turtle.... 
Tweed.... 
Twins.... 

Udell 

Ulman ... 
Ulster.... 
Ulysses .. 
Uncas ..... 

Uncle 

Undine.... 
Unicorn... 
Union ..... 
Unity.... 



*, 7 g 


u\ 


6 90 


7 20 


7 50 
7 So 


8 15 


665 


685 


7 10 


7 45 


1% 


iM, 


7 00 


7 25 


7 65 


8 os 


8 45 


8*90 


7 0S 


7 35 


7 65 


1 90 

8 40 
8 80 


9 25 


7 30 


IT, 


8 50 


8 90 


9 30 


970 



$905 
940 
790 

8 20 
8 £0 

8 75 

9 05 
9 45 



9 00 

9 40 
985 
1045 

845 

8 70 

9 00 
9 35 
9 7o 

jo 30 

10 90 

8 70 

9 0S 
9 40 
9' 75 

10 is 
10 40 
n 20 
9 00 
9 40 
9 80 
10 30 
1075 
»i 15 
»* 55 





CAST 


IRON 


BUSHES- 


For Pulleys, 




E 


Outside Diameter, Inch 


17/16 


1U/16 


115/16 


23/16 


27/16 


2H/16 





Inside Diameter, Inch. 


13/16 to 1 


17/i 6 to 1 


1"/16 tol3/i6 


115/16 tol7/ie 


23/ 16 tolH/ 16 


21/4 to lll/ 16 


Solid—Price, Per Pair.... 


$ 42 


46 


53 


60 


68 


86 


Split— Price, Per Pair.... 


$ 50 


54 


61 


77 


84 


1 05 


fi 


Outside Diameter, Inch 


2I.V16 


33/16 


37/16 


311/ie 


315/16 



B 


Inside Diameter, Inch 


21/2 to 115/16 


211/16 to23/ 16 


3 to 27 A6 


33/i 6 to2H/i6 


37/i6 to 27/g 


Solid— Price, Per Pair 


$ 1 06 


1 40 


1 70 


1 85 


2 10 


Split— Price, Per Pair 


$ 1 36 


1 70 


2 10 


2 35 


2 60 



38 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS 



WITH PATENT 

8TANDARD IZED 

PUSHING SYSTEM. 




DOUBLE 
BELT CAPACITY. 











COMPLETE REVISED PRICE LIST. 


















March 1, 1897. 








Diam. Face 




Diam. Face 




Diam.. Face 




Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


In. . In. 


Price. 


In. In. 


Price. 


In. In. 


Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. % In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


3 2 


1.80 


6 7 


3.00 


9 13 


5.40 


1 2 9 4.90 


14 16 9.10 


16 19 12.60 


1 8 18 13.50 


3 


1.90 


8 


3.25 


14 


5.80 


10 5.80 


17 9.70 


20 13.40 


19 14.30 


4 


2.00 


9 


3.50 


15 


6.20 


11 5.70 


18 10.40 


21 14.20 


20 15.20 


5 


2.10 


10 


3.75 


16 


6.60 


12 6.10 


19 11.10 


22 15.10 


21 16.10 


6 


2.25 


11 


4.00 


17 


7.00 


13 6.50 


'20 11.80 


23 16.00 


22 17.00 


7 


2.40 


12 


4.30 


18 


7.50 


14 6.90 


21 12.00 


24 16.90 


23 17.90 


8. 


2.60 


13 


4.65 


19 


8.00 


15 7.40 


22 13.40 


25 17.80 


24 19.00 


9 


2.85 


14 


5.00 


20 


8.50 


16 7.90 


23 14.20 


26 18.80 


25 20.10 


10 


3.10 


15 


5.35 






17 8.50 


24 15.00 


28 20.80 


26 21.20 


11 


3.35 


16 


5.70 


id 3 


2.80 


18 9.10 




30 23.00 


28 23.50 


12 


3.60 






4 


3.00 


19 9.70 


IS 3 3.60 




30 26.00 


13 


3.85 


7 2 


2.20 


5 


3.25 


20 10.40 


4 3.90 


1 7 3 4.00 




14 


4.10 


3 


2.30 


6 


3.50 


21 11.10 


5 4.25 


4 4.40 


1 9 3 4.40 


15 


4.40 


4 


2.45 


7 


3.75 


22 11.80 


6 4.60 


5 4.90- 


. ^ 4.9() 


1G 


4.75 


5 


265 


8 


4.00 


23 12.60 


7 5.00 


6 5.40 


5 5.40 






6 


2.85 


9 


4.30 


24 13.40 


8 5.45 


7 5.90 


6 5.90 


4 2 


1.90 


7 


3.10 


10 


4.65 




9 5.90 


8 6.40 


7 6.50 


3 


2.00 


8 


3.35 


11 


5:00 


1 3 3 3.30 


10 6.35 


9 6.90 


8 7.10 


4 


2.10 


9 


3.60 


12 


5.40 


4 3.55 


11 6.80 


10 7.40 


9 7.70 


5 


2 20 


10 


3.85' 


13 


5.80. 


5 3.80 


12 7.30 


11 7.90 


10 S.30 


6 


2.40 


11 


4.15 


14 


6.20 


6 4.10 


13 7.80 


12 8.40 


11 8.90 


7 


2.60 


12 


4.50 


15 


6.60 


7 4.45 


14 8.40 


13 8.90 


11 9.50 


8 


2.85 


13 


4.85 


16 


7.00 


8 4.80 


15 9.00 


14 9.50 


13 10.20 


9 


3.10 


14 


5.20 


.17 


7.50 


9 5.20 


16 9.60 


15 10.20 


14 11.00 


10 


3.35 


15 


5.55 


18 


8.00 


10 5.60 


17 10.30. 


16 11.00 


15 11.80 


11 


3.60 


16 


5.90 . 


19 


8.00 


11 6.00 


16 11.00 


17 11.80 


16 12.60 


12 


3.85 






20 


0.20 


12 6.40 


19 11.80 


18 12. HO 


17 13.40 


13 


4.10 


8 2 


2.35 






13 6.80 


20 12.60 


19 13.40 


18 14.30 


14 


4.40 


3 


2.45* 


1 1 3 


3.00. 


14 7.30 


21 13.40 


20 14.20 


19 15.20 


15 


4.75 


4 


2.60 


4 


3.25 


15 7.80 


22 14.20 


21 15.10 


20 16.10 


16 


5.10 


5 


2.80 


5 


3.50 


16 8.40 


23 15.10 


22 16.00 


21 17.00 






6 


3.00 


6 


3.75 


17 9.00 


24 16.00 


23 16.90 


22 17.90 


5 2 


2.00 


7 


3.25 


7 


4.00 


18 9.60 


25 16.90 


24 17.80 


23 19.00 


3 


2.10 


8 


3.50 


8 


.4.30 


19 10.30 


26 17.80 


25 18.80 


24 20.10 


4 


2.20 


9 


3.75 


9 


4.05 


20 11.00 


28 19.80 


26 19.90 


25 21.20 


5 


2.40 


10 


4.00 


10 


"5.00. 


21 11.70 


30 21.80 


28 22.10 


26 22.30 


6 


2.60 


11 


4.30 


11 


5.40 


22 12.50 




30 24.50 


2© 24.80 


7 


2.85 


12 


4.65 


12 


5.80 


23 13.30 


1 6 3 3.80' 




30 .27.50 


8 


3.10 


13 


5.00 


13 


6-20, 


24 14.10 


4 4.15 


1 8 3 4.20 




9 


3.35 


14 


5.40 


14 


*.60 




5 4.50 


4 4.70 


20 3 4.60 


10 


3.60 


15 


5.80 


15 


7.00 


1 4 3 3.45 


6 5.00 


5 5.20 


4 5.20 


11 


3.85 


'16 


6.20 


16 


7.50 


4 3.70 


7 5.50 


6 5.70 


5 5.80 


12 


4.10 






17 


8.00 


5 4.00 


8 6.00 


7 0.20 


6 6.40 


13 


4.40 


9 3 


2.60 


18 


8.60 


6 4.35 


9 6.50 
10 7.00 


8 6.70 


7 7 00 


14 


4.75 


4 


2.80 


19 


9.20 


7 4.70 


9 7.20 


8 7.60 


15 


5.10 


5 


3.00 


20 


9.80 


8 5.10 


11 7.50 


10 7.80 


9 8.30 


16 


5.45 


6 


3.25 






9 5.55 


12 8.00 


11 8.40 


10 9.00 






7 


3.50 


12 3 


3.15 


10 6.00 


13 8.50 


12 9.00 


11 9.70 


6 2 


2.10 


8 


3.75 


4 


3.40 


11 6.45 


14 9.00 


13 9.60 


12 10.40 


3 


2.20 


9 


4.00 


5 


3.65 


12 6.90 


15 9.60 


14 10.30 


.13 11.20 


4 


2.35 


10 


4.30 


" /« 


3.90 


18 7.40 


16 10.30 


15 11.10 


14 12.00 


5 


2.55 


11 


4.65 


7 


4.20 


14 7.90 


17 11.00 


16 11.90 


15 12.90 


6 


2.75 


12 


5.00 


8 


455 


15 8i50 


18 11.80 


17 12.70 


16 13.80 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



39 



WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS 



PRICE LIST-Contlnued. 



14.70 

15.60 
16.50 
17.50 



22.90 
24. U0 
26.30 
29.00 I 

4.80 
5.40 
6.00 
6.60 
7.30 
8.00 
8.70 
9.40 
10.20 
11.00 
11.80 
12.70 
13.60 
14.50 
15.50 
16.50 
17.50 
18.60 
19.70 
20.80 
22.00 
23.20 
24.40 
25.60 
28.00 
30.70 

5.00 
5.60 

6.30 ; 
7.00 1 
7.70 
8.40 
9.20 
10.00 
10.80 
11.70 
12.60 
13.50 
14.50 
15.50 
16.60 
17.70 
18.80 
20.00 
21.20 
22.40 
23.60 
24.80 
26.00 
27.20 
29.70 
32.50 



3 5.20 . 

4 5.80 

5 6.50 

6 7.20 

7 8.00 

8 8.80 I 

9 9.70 ,| 

10 10.60 1 1 

11 11.50 I 

12 12.50 I 

13 13.60 

14 14.70 

15 15.80 

16 17.00 

17 18.20 



18 19.40 

19 20.60 

20 21.80 

21 23.00 

22 24.30 

23 25.60 

24 26.90 i 

25 28.20 

26 29.60 
28 32.50 
30 36.00 

3 5.50 



9 10. 

10 11. 

11 12. 

12 13. 

13 14. 

14 15. 

15 16. 

16 17. 

17 18. 

18 20. 

19 21. 

20 22. 

21 24. 

22 25. 

23 26. 

24 28. 

25 29. 

26 31. 
28 34. 
30 38. 
32 45. 
34 50. 
36 56. 
38 63. 
40 70. 



. Face, Diam. Face, 

In. Price. In. In. Price.;: 



.20 



25 3 5.90 



8 10.0 

9 11.0 

10 12.0 

11 13.0 

12 14.0 

13 15.2 

14 16.4 

15 17.7 

16 19.0 

17 20.4 

18 21.8 

19 23.2 

20 24.6 

21 26.0 

22 27.5 

23 29.0 

24 30.5 

25 32.0 

26 33.5 
28 36.5 
30 41.0 
32 46.0 
34 52.0 
36 58.0 
38 65.0 
40 72.0 



11.50 
12.60 
13.75 
15.00 



23.30 
24.80 
26.30 



39.10 
42.50 
48.00 
54.00 
60.00 



8.20 1 
9.00 i 
10.00 
11.10 
12.20 
13.40 
14.60 
15.80 
17.10! 
18.50 
20.00 
21.50 
23.00 
24.50 
26.10 
27.70 
29.30 
30.90 
32.50 
34.10 
35.70 
37.30 
41.00 
45.00 
50.00 
56.00 
62.00 
70.00 
78.00 



28 3 7.00 

4 7.80 

5 8.60 

6 9.50 

7 10.50 

8 11.60 

9 12.80 

10 14.00 

11 15.20 

12 16.50 



24.00 i 

25.60 
27.20 
28.80 
30.40 



28 42.50 

30 47.50 .: 

32 53.00 

34 59.00 

36 65.00 i 

38 73.00 

40 81.00 

3 7.30 |i 

4 8.20 

5 9.10 l| 
.6 10.00 

7 11.10 

8 12.30;, 

9 13.50 ; 

10 14.75 

11 16.00 i 

12 17.50 

13 19.00 

14 20.50 

15 22.10 

16 23.70 

17 25.30 

18 27.00 

19 28.70 

20 30.40 

21 32.10 

22 33.80 

23 35.50 

24 37.20 

25 38.90 

26 40.60 
28 44.50 
30 49.00 
32 55.00 
34 61.00 



38 



;?.00 



6 10.60 

7 11.80 

8 13.00 

9 14.30 

10 15.60 

11 17.00 

12 18.50 

13 20.00 

14 21.50 

15 23.25 

16 25.00 

17 26.75 

18 28.50 
T9 30.25 

20 32.00 

21 33.75 

22 35.50 

23 37.25 

24 39.00 

25 40.75 

26 42.50 
28 46.50 
30 51.00 
32 57.00 
34 63.00 
36 70.00 
38 78.00 
40 86.00 



4 9.00 

5 10.00 | 
.6 11.10 

7 12.35 



10 16.50 

11 18.00 

12 19.00 



In. Price. 

13 21.20 

14 22.80 

15 24.60 

16 20.40 

17 28.20 j; 

18 30.00 I 

19 31.80 |, 

20 33.60 j 

21 35.40; 

22 37.20 

23 39.00 

24 40.80 

25 42.60 

26 44.50 
28 48.75 
30 53.00 
32 59.00 
34 65.00 
36 72.00 
38 80.00 ' 
40 88.00 



10.50 
11.60 
12.85 
14.10 
15.50 
17.00 
I860 
20.30 
22.00 
23.80 
25.60 
27.40 
29.20 
31.00 



33 



41.00 
43.00 
45.00 
47.00 
51.00 
55.00 
61.00 
67.00 
74.00 
82.00 
91.00 

9.00! 

10.00 

11.15 

12.35 

13.65 

15.00 

lf>4.- 

18.00 ' 

19.65 

21.40 

23.10 



28.60 
30.40 
32.30 
34.35 
36.40 
38.50 
40.60 
42.70 
44.90 
47.10 
49.30 
53.70 
58.20 
64.60 
71.00 



36 78.30 36 



9.40 
10.60 
11 >0 
13.10 J 

1 A A\ " 



19.00 

i 20.70 

2 22.50 

3 24.20 

4 26.10 

5 27.90 

6 29.80 

7 31.70 
3 33.60 
9 35.70 

37.80 

1 40.00 , 

2 42.20 

3 44.40 

4 46.80 ; 

5 49.20 ' 

8 51.60 

9 56.40 
3 61.40 

2 68.20 
i 75.00 

3 82.60 
3 91.00 
) 100.00 

I 9.85 

I 11.15 

5 12.45 

5 13.85 

r 15.25 

i 16.80 I ! 

) 18.35 

) 20.00 

L 21.70 

> 23.50 
\ 25.30 
I 27.20 

> 29.10 
J 31.00 
r 32.90 
i 34.90 
» 37.00 

> 39.20 

. 41.50 j 

! 43.80 I 

I 46.10 

I 48.70 ! 



3 59.10 

) 64.60 

2 71.80 
^ 79.00 

3 86.90 
1 95.50 
) 105.00 

J 10.30 

I 11.70 

i 13.10 

5 14.60 

r 16.10 

I 17.70 

) 19.30 

) 21.00 

L 22.00 

> 24.00 

i 26.00 

I 28.00 

5 30.00 

3 32.00 



17 34.00 

18 36.00 

19 38.00 

20 40.00 

21 43.00 

22 45.00 

23 47.00 



I 



24 


50.00 


25 


53.00 


26 


"56.00 


a 


61.00 


3*1 


67.00 


32 


75.00 


34 


83.00 


36 


91.00 


38 100.00 


40 110.00 


4 


12.80 


5 


14.40 


6 


-3.00 




17.70 


s 


19.50 


1 


21.20 


10 


23.00 


11 


24.50 


12 


26.00 


ia 


28.00 


14 


30.00 


IS 


32.00 


16 


34.00 


17 


36.00 


18 


38.00 


19 


41.00 


20 


43.00 


21 


46.00 


22 


48.00 


23 


51.00 


24 


54.00 


25 


57.00 


2fi 


60.00 


2 s 


67.00 


30 


74.00 


32 


82.00 


34 


91.00 


36 


99.00 


38 109.00 


40 119.00 


4 


13.90 


S 


15.70 


6 


17.50 


7 


19.30 


8 


21.25 


9 


23.10 


10 


25.00 


11 


26.50 


12 


28.00 


13 


30.00 


14 


32.00 


15 


34.00 


16 


36.00 


17 


39.00 


18 


41.00 


18 


43.00 


20 


46.00 


21 


49.00 


22 


51.00 


23 


54.00 


24 


58.00 


25 


61.00 


26 


65.00 


2* 


72.00 


So 


80.00 


32 


89.00 


34 


99.00 


36 108.00 


38 118.00 


40 128.00 


42 139.00 


44 151.00 


46 163.00 


48 1 


75.00 



40 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS 



PRICE LIST-Contlnued. 



Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


In. In 


Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In 


Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In Price. 


42 4 


15.00 


46 16 45.00 


SO 32 128.00 


56 11 


46.00 


60 28 136.00 


66 10 57.00 


70 26 157.00 


5 


17.00 


17 48.00 


34 139.00 


12 


49.00 


30 149.00 


11 61.00 


28 174.00 


6 


19.00 


18 51.00 


36 151.00 


13 


52.00 


32 163.00 


12 64.00 


30 191. 0<> 


7 


21.00 


19 54.00 


38 163.00 


14 


55.00 


34 178.00 


13 69.00 


32 208.00 


8 


23.00 


- 20 57.00 


40 174.00 


15 


59.00 


36 193.00 


14 73.00 


34 226.00 


9 


25.00 


21 61.00 


42 191.00 


16 


68.00 


38 209.00 


15 78.00 


36 243.00 


10 


27.00 


22 65.00 


44 207.00 


17 


66.00 


40 225.00 


16 83.00 


38 261.00 


11 


29.00 


23 68.00 


46 223.00 


18 


71.00 


42 245.00 


17 88.00 


40 279.00 


12 


31.00 


24 73.00 


48 240.00 


19 


75.00 


44 265,00 


18 93.00 


42 302. JO 


13 


33.00 


25 77.00 




20 


80.00 


46 285!00 


19 98.00 


4-* 324.00 


14 


35.00 


26 82.00 


52 5 28.00 


21 


85.00 


48 305.00 


20 103.00 


46 347.00 


15 


37.00 


28 91.00 


6 30.00 


22 


90.00 




21 109.00 


48 870.00 


16 


39.00 


30 101.00 


7 32.00 


23 


95.00 


62 6 44.00 


22 115.00 




17 


41.00 


32 112.00 


8 34.00 


. 24 


101.00 


7 46.00 


23 122.00 


72 6 54.00 


18 


44.00 


34 123.00 


9 36.00 


25 


106.00 


8 48.00 


24 129.00 


7 56.00 


19 


46.00 


36 134.00 


10 38.50 


26 


112.00 


9 50.00 


25 136.00 


8 58.00 


20 


49.00 


38 145.00 


11 41.00 


28 


124.00 


10 52.00 


26 143.00 


9 62.00 


21 


52.00 


40 156.00 


12 43.50 


30 


136.00 


11 55.00 


28 158.00 


10 66.00 


22 


55.00 


42 170.00 


13 46.00 


32 


149.00 


12 58.00 


30 173.00 


11 70.00 


23 


58.00 


44 184.00 


14 49.00 


34 


163.00 


13 62.00 


32 189.00 


12 75.00 


24 


62.00 


46 199.00 


15 52.00 


36 


176.00 


14 66.00 


34 206.00 


13 80.00 


25 


66.00 


48 214.00 


16 55.00 


38 


190.00 


15 70.00 


36 222.00 


14 85.00 


26 


70.00 




17 58.00 


40 


204.00 


16 75.00 


38 240.00 


15 90.00 


28 


78.00 


48 4 21.00 

5 23.00 

6 25.00 

7 27.00 

8 29.00 

9 31.50 


18 62.00 


42 


222.00 


17 80.00 


40 257.00 


16 95.00 


30 


87.00 


19 66.00 


44 


240.00 


18 85.00 


42 278.00 


17 100.00 


32 


97.00 


20 70.00 


46 


259.00 


19 90.00 


44 300.00 


18 105.00 


34 


107.00 


21 75.00 


48 


279.00 


20 95.00 


46 322.00 


19 111.00 


36 


117.00 


22 80.00 






21 100.00 


48 344.00 


20 117.00 


38 


127.00 


23 85.00 


58 6 

7 


38.00 


24 106.00 




21 123.00 


40 


138.00 


10 33.90 


24 90.00 


40.00 


23 112.00 


68 6 50.00 


22 130.00 


42 


150.00 


11 36.20 

12 38.50 


25 95.00 


8 


42.00 


24 118.00 


7 52.00 


23 138.00 


44 


162.00 


26 100.00 


9 


44.00 


25 124.00 


8 54.00 


24 146.00 


46 


175.00 


13 40.00 


28 112.00 


10 


46.00 


26 130.00 


9 56.00 


25 155.00 


48 18J- 


14 43.00 


30 124.00 


11 


49.00 


28 142.00 


10 60.00 


26 164.00 






15 46.00 


32 136.00 


12 


52.00 


30 156.00 


11 64.00 


28 182.00 


44 4 

5 
6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 


17.00 
19.00 
21.00 
23.00 
25.00 
27.00 
29.00 
31.00 


16 48.00 

17 51.00 

18 54.00 

19 58.00 

20 61.00 

21 65.00 

22 70.00 

23 74.00 


34 148.00 
36 1.60.00 
38 172.00 
40 184.00 
42 200.00 
44 217.00 
46 235.00 
48 253.00 


13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 


55.00 
59.00 
62.00 
67.00 
71.00 
75.00 
80.00 
85.00 


32 170.00 
64 186.00 
36 202.00 
38 219.00 
40 236.00 
42 256.00 
44 276.00 
46 297.00 


12 68.00 

13 72.00 

14 77.00 

15 82.00 

16 87.00 

17 92.00 

18 97.00 

19 102.00 


30 200.00 
32 218.00 
34 236.00 
36 254.00 
38 272.00 
40 290.00 
42 312.00 
44 325.00 


12 


33.00 


24 78.00 




21 


90.00 


48 318.00 


20 108.00 


46 349.00 


13 


35.00 


25 83.00 


54 5 30.00 


22 


95.00 




21 113.00 


48 383.00 


14 


37.00 


26 88.00 


6 32.00 


23 


101.00 


64 6 46.00 


22 120.00 




15 


40.00 


28 98.00 


• 7 34.00 


24 


106.00 


7 48.00 


23 127.00 


74 6 58.00 


16 


42.00 


30 109.00 


8 36.00 


25 


112.00 


8 50.00 


24 134.00 


7 60.00 


17 


44.00 


32 120.00 


9 38.50 


26 


118.00 


9 52.00 


25 142.00 


8 62.00 


18 


47.00 


34 131.00 


10 41.20 


28 130.00 


10 55.00 


26 150.00 


66.00 


19 


50.00 


36 142.00 


11 43.80 


30 


143.00 


11 58.00 


28 166.00 


10 70.00 


20 


53.00 


38 154.00 


12 46.00 


32 


156.00 


12 61.00 


30 182.00 


11 75.00 


21 


56.00 


40 165.00 


13 49.00 


34 


170.00 


13 65.00 


32 198.00 


12 80.00 


22 


60.00 


42 180.00 


14 52.00 


36 


185.00 


14 69.00 


34 216.00 


13 85.00 


23 


63.00 


44 195.00 


15 55.00 


38 


200.00 


15 74.00 


36 233.00 


14 90.00 


24 


67.00 


46 211.00 


16 59.00 


40 


215.00 


16 79.00 


38 250.00 


15 95.00 


25 


71.00 


48 227.00 


17 62.00 


42 


234.00 


17 84.00 


40 268.00 


16 100.00 


26 


76 00 




18 66.00 


44 


253.00 


18 89.00 


42 290.00 


17 105.00 


28 
30 


84.00 
Q4 no 


50 5 23.00 

6 27.00 

7 29.00 

8 31.00 

9 33.70 

10 26.20 

11 38.60 

12 41.00 

13 43.00 

14 46.00 

15 49.00 

16 51.00 

17 54.00 

18 58,00 

19 62.00 

20 65.00 

21 70.00 

22 75.00 

23 79.00 

24 84.00 


19 70.00 

20 75.00 


46 

48 


272.00 
292.00 


19 94.00 

20 99.00 


44 312.00 
46 334.00 


18 110.00 

19 116.00 


32 104.00 
34 115.00 
36 125.00 
38 136.00 
40 147.00 
42 161.00 
44 174.00 
46 187.00 
48 201.00 

46 4 19.00 

5 21.00 

6 23.00 

7 25.00 

8 27.00 

9 29.00 

10 31.00 

11 aa no 


21 80.00 

22 85.00 

23 90.00 

24 95.00 

25 100.00 

26 106.00 
28 118.00 
30 130.00 
32 142.00 
34 155.00 
36 168.00 
38 181.00 
40 194.00 
42 211.00 
44 228.00 
46 247.00 
48 266.00 

56 6 35.00 


60 6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 
17 
18 
19 
20 
21 
22 


41.00 
43.00 
45.00 
47.00 
49.00 
52.00 
55.00 
58.00 
62.00 
66.00 
71.00 
75.00 
80.00 
85.00 
90.00 
95.00 
100.00 


21 104.00 

22 110.00 

23 117.00 

24 123.00 

25 130.00 

26 136.00 
28 150.00 
30 164.00 
32 179.00 
34 196.00 
36 212.00 
38 229.00 
40 246.00 
42 267.00 
44 288.00 
46 309.00 
48 331.00 


48 357.00 

70 6 52.00 

7 54.00 

8 56.00 

9 59.00 

10 63.00 

11 67.00 

12 71.00 

13 76.00 

14 81.00 

15 86.00 

16 01.00 

17 96.00 

18 101.00 

19 106.00 

20 112.00 

21 118.00 


20 122.00 

21 128.00 

22 135.00 

23 143.00 

24 152.00 

25 161.00 

26 170.00 
28 188.00 
30 207.00 
32 225.00 
34 244.00 
36 263.00 
38 282.00 
40 301.00 
42 324.00 
44 348.00 
46 372.00 
48 396.00 


12 
13 
14 


36.00 


25 89.00 


7 37.00 


23 


106.00 


66 6 48.00 


22 125.00 




38.00 


26 94.00 


8 39.00 


24 


112.00 


7 50.00 


23 132.00 


76 6 62.00 


40 00 


28 105.00 


9 41.00 


25 


118.00 


8 52.00 


24 140.00 


7 64.00 


IB 


43.00 


30 116.00 


10 43.00 


26 


124.00 


9 54.00 


25 148.00 


8 66.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



41 



WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS 



PRICE LIST-Continued. 



Dlam Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Dlam. Face, 


Di?ra. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face. 


Diam. Face, 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price 


76 9 71.00 


80 32 249.00 


86 18 153.00 


92 8 105.00 


96 30 326.00 


102 17 222.00 


1 08 8 145.00 


10 75.00 


34 270.00 


19 160.00 


^ 112.00 


32 348.00 


18 233.00 


9 155.00 


11 80.00 


36 291.00 


20 167.00 


10 120.00 


34 371. CO 


19 244.00 


10 165.00 


12 85.00 


38 312.00 


21 174.00 


11 127.00 


36 394.00 


20 255.00 


11 175.00 


13 90.00 


40 334.00 


22 182.00 


12 135.00 


38 416.00 


21 286.00 


12 186.00 


14 95.00 


42 359.00 


23 191.00 


13" 142.00 ! 


40 439.00 


22 277.00 


13 196.00 


15 100.00 


44 384.00 


24 200.00 


14 150.00 


42 470.00 


23 288.00 


14 207.00 


16 105.00 


46 409.00 


25 210.00 


15 157.00 


44 498.00 


24 299.00 


15 218.00 


^7 110.00 


48 435.00 


26 220.00 


16 166.00 


46 526.00 


25 310.00 


16 229.00 


18 116.00 




28 240.00 


17 174.00 1 


48 555.00 


26 321.00 


17 241.00 


19 122.00 1 


82 8 80.00 


30 261.00 


18 183.00 




28 343.00 


18 253.00 


20 128.00 


9 85.00 


32 283.00 


19 191.00 


98 8 120.00 


30 365.00 


19 265.00 


21 134.00 


10 90.00 


34 305.00 


20 200.00 


9 129.00 


32 388.00 


20 277.00 


22 141.00 


11 95.00 


36 327.00 


21 209.00 


10 138.00 


34 411.00 


21 28900 


23 149.00 


12 100.00 


38 349.0) 


22 218.00 


11 147.00 


36 434.00 


22 301.00 


24 158.00 


13 105.00 


40 372 00 


23 227.00 


12 156.00 


38 457.00 


23 314.00 


25 167.00 


14 110.00 


42 399.00 


24 237.00 


13 165.00 


40 480.00 


24 32600 


26 176.00 


15 115.00 


44 426.00 


25 247.00 


14 174.00 


42 510.00 


25 338.00 


28 195.00 


16 121.00 


46 453.00 


26 258.00 


15 183.00 


44 540.00 


26 350.00 


30 214.00 


17 127.00 


48 480.00 


28 279.00 


16 193.00 


46 570.00 


28 375.00 


32 233.00 


18 133,00 




30 300.00 


17 203.00 


48 600.00 


30 399.00 


34 253.00 


19 139.00 


88 8 95.00 
9 101.00 

10 108.00 

11 114.00 

12 121.00 

13 127.00* 


32 322.00 


18 213.00 


104 8 135.00 
9 145.00 


32 424.00 


36 272.00 


20 145.00 


34 345.00 


19 223.00 


34 449.00 


38 292.00 


21 152.00 


36 367.00 


20 233.00 


36 474.00 


40 312.00 


22 159.00 


38 390.00 


21 5M3.00 


10 155.00 


38 499.00 


42 336.00 


23 167.00 


40 412.00 


22 253.00 


11 165.00 


40 525.00 


44 360.00 


24 176.00 


42 441.00 


23 263.00 


12 175.00 

13 185.00 

14 195.00 

15 206.00 

16 217.00 

17 228.00 

18 239.00 

19 251.00 

20 262.00 

21 273.00 

22 285.00 

23 296.00 

24 308.00 

25 319.00 

26 330.00 


42 555.00 


46 384.00 


25 185.00 


14 134^00 


44 469.00 


24 274.00 


44 585.00 


48 409.00 


26 195.00 


15 140 00 


46 497.00 


25 285.00 


46 615.00 


76 8 71.00 
9 7o.00 


28 215.00 
30 235.00 
32 257.00 


16 148^00 

17 155.00 

18 163.00 


48 525.00 j 
94 8 110.00 


26 295.00 
28 317.00 
30 339.00 


48 645.00 
1 1 O 8 150.00 


10 80.00 


34 279.00 


19 170.00 


9 118.00 


32 361.00 


9 160.00 


11 85.00 


36 301.00 


20 178.00 


10 126.00 


34 384.00 


10 170.00 


12 90.00 


38 323.00 


21 186.00 


11 134.00 


36 407.00 
38 430.00 


11 180.00 


13 95.00 


40 345.00 


22 194.00 


12 142.00 


12 191.00 


14 100.00 


42 372.00 


23 203.00 


13 150.00 


40 453.00 
42 483.00 
44 512.00 


13 202.00 


15 105.00 


44 398.00 


24 212.00 


14 158.00 


14 213.00 


16 110.00 


• 46 424.00 


25 222.00 


15 166.00 


15 224.00 


17 116.00 


48 450.00 


26 232.00 


16 175.00 


46 541.00 
48 570.00 


16 235.00 


18 121.00 




28 253.00 


17 184.00 


28 353.00 


17 247.00 


19 127.00 


84 8 85.00 


30 274.00 


18 193.00 




30 376.00 


18 259.00 


20 133.00 


9 90.00 


32 296.00 


19 202.00 


lOO 8 125.00 


32 400.00 


19 272.00 


21 140.00 


10 96.00 


34 318.00 


20 211.00 


9 134.00 


34 423.00 


20 285.00 


22 147.00 


11 101.00 


36 340.00 


21 220.00 


10 144.00 


36 447.00 


21 297.00 


23 155.00 


12 107.00 


38 363.00 


22 229.00 


11 153.00 


38 471.00 


22 310.00 


24 164.00 


13 112.00 


40 385.00 


23 239.00 


12 163.00 


40 495.00 


23 322.00 


25 173.00 


14 118.00 


42 412.00 


24 249.00 


13 172.00 


42 525!oO 


24 335.00 


26 182.00 


15 123.00 


44 439.00 


25 260.00 


14 182.00 


44 555^00 


25 348.00 


28 201.00 


16 130.00 


46 467.00 


26 270.00 


15 191.00 


46 585 00 


26 360.00 


30 221.00 


17 136.00 


48 495.00 


28 291.00 


16 202.00 


48 615!00 


28 385.00 


32 241.00 


18 143.00 




30 313.00 


17 212.00 


30 411.00 


34 261.00 


19 149.00 


90 8 100.00 
9 107.00 


32 335.00 


18 223.00 


106 8 140.00 
9 150.00 


32 436.00 


36 282.00 


20 156.00 


34 358.00 


19 233.00 


34 462r00 


38 302.00 


21 163.00 


10 114.00 


36 380.00 


20 244.00 


10 160.00 


36 488.00 


40 323.00 


22 170.00 


11 121.00 


38 403.00 


21 254.00 


11 170.00 


38 514.00 


42 347.00 


23 179.00 


12 128.00 


40 426.00 


22 265.00 


12 180.00 


40 540.00 


44 372.00 


24 188.00 


13 135.00 


42 455.00 


23 275.00 


13 191.00 


42 570.00 


46 397.00 


25 197.00 


j.4 142.00 


44 483.00 


24 286.00 


14 201.00 


44 600.00 


48 422.00 


26 207.00 


15 14900 


46 511.00 


25 297.00 


15 212.00 


46 630.00 




28 227.00 


16 157.00 


48 540.00 


26 308.00 


16 223.00 


48 660.00 


80 8 75.00 


30 248.00 


17 165.00 




28 330.00 


17 234.00 




9 80.00 


32 270.00 


18 173.00 


96 8 115.00 


30 352.00 


18 246.00 


112 8 155.0f> 


10 85.00 


34 292.00 


19 181.00 


9 123.00 


32 374.00 


19 258.00 


9 165.00 


11 90.00 


36 314.00 


20 189.00 


10 132.00 


34 397.00 


20 270.00 


10 175.00 


12 95.00 


38 336.00 


21 197.00 


11 140.00 


36 420.00 


21 281.00 


11 186.00 


13 100.00 


40 358.00 


22 206.00 


12 149.00 


38 443.00 


22 293.00 


12 197.00 


14 105.00 


42 385.00 


23 215.00 


13 157.00 


40 466.00 
42 495.00 


23 305.00 


13 208.00 


15 110.00 


44 411.00 


24 225.00 


14 166.00 


24 317.00 


14 219.00 


16 115.00 


46 438.00 


25 235.00 


15 174.00 


44 525.00 


25 329.00 


15 230.00 


17 121.00 


48 465.00 


26 245.00 


16 184.00 


46 555.00 


26 340.00 


16 242.00 


18 127.00 




28 .£66.00 


17 193.00 


48 585.00 


28 364.00 


17 254.00 


19 133.00 


86 8 90.00 


30 287.00 


18 203.00 




30 388.00 


18 266.00 


20 139.00 


9 96.00 


32 309.00 


19 212.00 


102 8 130.00 


32 412.00 


19 279.00 


21 146.00 


10 102.00 


34 331.00 


20 222.00 


9 140.00 


34 436.00 


20 292.00 


22 153.00 


11 108.00 


36 354.00 


21 231.00 


10 150.00 


36 461.00 


21 305.00 


23 161.00 


12 114.00 


38 376.00 


22 241.00 


11 160.00 


38 485.06 


22 318.00 


24 170.00 


13 120.00 


40 399.00 


23 251.00 


12 170.00 


40 510.00 


23 331.00 


25 179.00 


14 126.00 


42 426.00 


24 262.00 


13 180.00 


42 540.00 


24 344.00 


26 188.00 


15 132.00 


44 454.00 


25 272.00 


14 190.00 


44 570.00 


25 35J.OO 


28 208.00 


16 139.00 


46 482.00 


26 283.00 


15 200.00 


46 600.00 


26 370.00 


30 228.00 


17 146.00 


48 510.00 


28 304.00 


16 211.00 


48 630.00 


28 396.00 



42 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WOOD SPLIT PULLEYS 



PRICE LIST-Contlnued. 



Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


Diam. Face, 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In, Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


In. In. Price. 


1 1 2 30 422.00 


1 16 20 307.00 


1 20 12 218.00 


1 24 22 368.00 


1 28 46 756.00 


1 34 32 571.00 


1 40 20 402.00 


32 449.00 


21 321.00 


13 230.00 


24 398.00 


48 789.00 


34 606.00 


22 436.00 


34 47,5.00 


22 335.00 


14 242.00 


26 429.00 




36 637.00 


24 466.00 


36 502 00 


23 348.00 


15 254.00 


28 459.00 


1 30 10 220.00 


38 672.00 


26 501.00 


38 528.00 


24 362.00 


16 266.00 


30 490.00 


12 244.00 


40 703.00 


28 535.00 


40 555.00 


25 376.00 


17 276.00 


32 520.00 


14 272.00 


42 734.00 


30 570.00 


42 585.00 


26 390.00 


18 293 00 


34 551.00 


16 301.00 


44 765.00 


32 604.00 


44 615.00 


28 417.00 


19 307.00 


36 581.00 


18 332.00 


46^796.00 


34 639.00 


46 645.00, 


30 445.00 


20 322.00 


38 612.00 


20 362.00 


48 831.00 


36 673.00 


48 675.00 


32 473.00 


21 337.00 


40 642.00 


22 392.00 




38 708.00 




34 501.00 


22 351.00 


42 672.00 


24 422.00 


1 36 12 261.00 
14 290.00 


40 742.00 


114 8 160.00 
9 170.00 


36 529.00 


23 366.00 


44 702.00 


26 456.00 


42 776.00 


38 557.00 


24 380.00 


46 732.0Q 


28 486.00 


1G 322.00 


44 810.00 


10 180.00 


40 585.00 


25 395.00 


48 763.00 


30 520.00 


18 354.00 


46 844.00 


11 191.00 


42 615.00 


26 410.00 




'32 550.00 


20 386.00 


48 879.00 


12 202.00 


44 645.00 


28 439.00 


1 26 10 210.00 


34 584.00 


22 418.00 




13 213.00 


46 675.00 


30 468.00 


12 234.00 


36 614.00 


24 448.00 


1 42 12 279.00 


14 224.00 


48 705.00 


32.497.00 


14 260.00 


38 648.00 


26 483.00 


14 308.00 


15 236.00 




34 527.00 


16 287.00 


40 678.00 


28 515.00 


16 343.00 


16 248.00 


118 8 170.00 


36 556.00 


18 316.00 


42 708.00 


30 550.00 


18 375.00 


17 260.00 


9 180.00 


38 585.00 


20 346.00 


44' 738.00 


32 582.00 


20 410.00 


18 273.00 


10 190.00 


40 615.00 


22 376.00 


46 768.00 


34 617.00 


22 445.00 


19 286.00 


11 201.00 


42 645.00 


24 406.00 


48 '802.00 


36 649.00 


24 475.00 


20 300.00 


12 213.00 


44 675.00 


26 438.00 




38 684.00 


26 510.00 


21 313.00 


13 224.00 


46 705.00 


28 468.00 


1 32 12 249.00 


40 716.00 


28 545.00 


22 326.00 


14 236.00 


48 735.00 


30 500.00 


14 278.00 


42 748.00 


30 580.00 


23 340.00 


15 248.00 




32 530.00 


16 308.00 


44 780.00 


32 615.00 


24 353.00 


16 260.00 


1 22 10 200.00 


34 562.00 


18 340.09 


46 812.00 


34 650.00 


25 367.00 


17 273.00 


12 224.00 


36 592.00 


20 370.00 


48 847.00 


36 685.00 


26 380.00 


18 286.00 


14 248.00 


38 624.00 


22 400.00 




38 720.00 


28 407.00 


19 300.00 


16 273.00 


40 654.00 


24 430.00 


1 38 12 267.00 
14 296.00 
16 329.00 
18 361.00 
20 394.00 


40 755.00 


30 434.00 


20 315.00 


18 300.00 


42 684.00 


26 465.00 


42 790.00 


32 461.00 


21 329.00 


20 330.00 


44 714.00 


28 495.00 


44 825.00 


34 488.00 


22 343.00 


22 360.00 


46 744.00 


30 530.00 


46 860.00 


36 515.00 


23 357.00 


24 390.00 


48 776.00 


32 560.00 


48 895.00 


38 542.00 


24 371.00 


26 420.00 




34 595.00 


22 427.00 


1 44 12 285.00 
14 314.00 


40 570.00 


25 386.00 


28 450.00 


1 28 10 215.00 


36, 625.00 


24 457.00 


42 600.00 


26 400.00 


30 480.00 


12 239.00 


38 660.00 


26 492 00 


16 350.00 


44 630.00 


28 428.00 


32 510.00 


14 266.00 


40 690.00 


28 525.00 


18 382.00' 


46 660.00 


30 457.00 


34 540.00 


16 294.00 


42 720.00 


30 560.00 


20 418.00 


48 690.00 


32 485.00 


36 570.00 


18 324.00 


44 750.00 


32 593.00 


22 454.00 




34 514.00 


38 600.00 


20 354.00 


46 780.00 


34 628.00 


24 484.00 


116 8 165.00 


36 542.00 


40 630.00 


22 384.00 


48 815.00 


36 661.00 


26 519.00 


9 175.00 


38 571.00 


42 660.00 


24 414.00 




38 696.00 


28 555.00 


10 185.00 


40 600.00 


44 690.00 


26 447.00 


1 34 12 255.00 


40 729.00 


30 590.00 


11 196.00 


42 630.00 


46 720.00 


28 477.00 


14 284.00 


42 762.00 


32 626.00 


12 207.00 


44 660.00 


48 750.00 


30 510.00 


16 315.00 


44 795.00 


34 661.00 


13 219.00 


46 690.00 




32 540.00 


18 347.00 


46 828.00 


36 697.00 


14 230.00 


48 720.00 


1 24- 10 205.00 


34 573.00 


20 378.00 


48 863.00 


38 732.00 


15 242.00 




12 229.00 


36 603.00 


22 400.00 




40 768.00 


16 254.00 


1 20 8 175.00 


14 254.00 


38 636.00 


24 439.00 


1 40 12 273.00 


42 804.00 


17 266.00 


9 185.00 


16 280.00 


40 666.00 


26 474.00 


14 302.00 


44 840.00 


18 279.00 


10 195.00 


18 308.00 


42 696.00 


28 505.00 


16 336.00 


46 876.00 


19 293.00 


11 206.00 


20 338.00 


44 726.00 


30 540.00 


18 368.00 


48 912.00 



PRICE LIST FOR EXTRA WOOD 
BUSHINGS. 



Length 

in 
Inches. 


Ontside Diameter in Inches. 


2 and 2 T '„ 


3 


3« 


4 


*H 


6 


.30 


.30 


.30 


.36 


.42 


8 


.40 


.40 


.40 




48 


.56 


10 


.50 


.50 


.50 




60 


.70 


12 


.60 


.60 


.60 




72 


.84 


14 


.70 


.70 


.70 




84 


.98 


16 


.80 


80 


.80 




96 


1.12 


18 


90 


.90 


.90 


1 


08 


1.26 


20 


1.00 


1.00 


1.00 


1 


20 


1,40 



Subject to same discount as pulleys. Net prices 
will be quoted on application for bushings of larger 
dimensions, 



PRICE LIST OF IRON SLEEVES. 
For Tight and Loose Pulleys. 



Face of 






Face of 






Pulley in 


Bore. 


Price. 


Pnlley in 


Bore. 


Price. 


Inches. 






Inches. 






3 


1ft 


1.85 


5 


m 


3.20 


3 


v* 


2.00 


5 


2& 


3.50 


3 


nk 


2.20 


6 


1ft 


3.00 


3 


Ht 


2.35 


6 


3.35 


4 


i* 


2.20 


6 


m 


3.70 


4 


*a 


2.35 


6 


2* 


4.15 


4 


n\ 


2.50 


8 


ItV 


3.85 


4 


Ht 


2.70 


8 


iff 


4.15 


5 


It 8 * 


2.50 


8 


ifl 


4.70 


5 


It? 


2.70 


8 


4 


5.35 


5 


m 


2.85 









CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



43 




ROCKWOOD'S PATENT 
PAPER PULLEYS. 



NON-SLIPPING, N ON -BREAK- 
ABLE, HIGH EFFICIENCY, FOR 
SEVERE AND HIGH-CLASS 
SERVICE. 



ABRIDGED PRICE LIST. 



2 w 

O QQ 

Q 



3 w 



5 « 

O CQ 

Q 






O CQ 



3.Q 
3 w 

1* 



5 « 

O 00 



5»° 

3 « 






OJ 




as 

5 


Ed 
ft 


5 « 

O CQ 



=1 



5 2 
3 



$2 00 
2 05 
2 10 
2 20 
2 35 

2 10 
2 15 

2 2u 
2 30 
2 45 
2 65 

2 20 
2 25 
2 30 
2 40 . 
2 55 

2 75 

3 00 . 

2 30 1 . 
2 35 . 
2 40 . 
2 50 . 
2 65 . 

2 85! 

3 10 . 
3 40 . 
3 75 

3 05 
3 15 
3 25 

3 45 



$3 70 
4 00 
4 40 

4 80 

5 30 



3 25 
3 40 
3 55 

3 80 

4 15 
4 50 

4 95 

5 45 
600 

3 40 
3 45 
3 55 

3 75 

4 00 
4 30 

4 70 

5 10 
5 

6 20 
6 80 

3 55 
3 65 
3 

3 95 

4 20 
4 50 



$4 90 
5 30 

5 80 

6 40 

7 00 

3 75 
3 80 

3 95 

4 15 
4 40 

4 70 

5 05 

5 50 

6 00 
6 55 



4 00 
4 15 
4 30 
4 55 

4 90 

5 25 

5 70 

6 20 

6 75 

7 40 



S6 05 

6 60 

7 20 

7 85 

8 65 

9 45 

10 35 

11 35 



6 85 

7 45j 

8 10: 

8 90 

9 70 

10 55 

11 55 

12 60 



SI 3 75 
14 95 



$4 25 

4 45 

4 70 

5 00 
5 40 

5 80 

6 30 

6 90 

7 50 

8 20 



4 75 

5 00 
5 30 

5 70 

6 10 

6 60 

7 20 

7 80 

8 50 

9 25 
10 05 



7 55 

8 30 

9 00 
9 85 

10 75 

11 70 

12 75 

13 8o 
15 10 
17 20 



9 35 

10 20 

11 10 

12 10 

13 15 

14 25 

15 50 

16 75 



$17 75 
19 50 

21 00 

22 60 



5 30 

5 70 

6 10 , 

6 60 , 

7 20 , 

7 I 

8 50 . 

9 25 11 10 
10 05 12 05 

10 95 ! 13 15 

11 90i 14 25 

12 90! 15 50 
16 75 

18 05 

19 50 

21 00 

22 60 

24 20 

25 95 
27 75 
29 65 
31 60 



5 95 

6 45 

7 00 

7 60 

8 30 

9 05 
9 90 



44 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



ROCKWOOD'S PATENT PAPER PULLEYS. 

price: ust— continued. 



O CQ 



«« 
s* 






O CQ 






O CO 



O CQ 



20 



$10 75 

11 70 

12 70 

13 75 

14 90 



22 



$14 05 

15 25 

16 50 

17 90 
19-30 
20 75 
22 35 
24 00 
25 
27 55 
29 40 
31 25 
33 40 
35 50 
37 65 
39 90 
42 25 



7 15 

7 75 

8 45 

9 20 
10 00 
10 90 
11 

12 80 

13 90 

15 00 

16 20 

17 45 



8 00 

8 75 

9 55 

10 4? 

11 40 



15 35 

16 70 

18 00 

19 45 

20 95 
22 50 

24 15 

25 90 
27 70 
29 55 
31 50 
33 55 
35 65 
37 80 
40 05 
42 40 
44 80 
47 25 
49 80 
52 45 
55 10 



;. 



$12 40 

13 45 

14 55 

15 75 

17 00 

18 30 

19 70 
21 10 



26 



$18 90 

20 40 

21 95 
23 65 
25 30 
27 15 
29 00 
31 05 
33 00 
35 10 
37 30 
39 55 
41 85 
44 25 
46 75 
49 30 
51 90 
54 60 
57 40 
60 20 



9 60 

10 50 

11 45 

12 45 

13 50 
14 
15 

17 05 

18 40 

19 75 
21 20 
5:2 70 
21 25 



20 45 

22 05 

23 70 
25 45 
27 25 
29 10 
31 05 
33 10 
35 20 
37 35 
39 60 
41 95 
44 30 
46 80 
49 35 
52 00 
54 70 
57 45 
60 30 
63 20 



28 



$9 75 

10 70 

11 70 

12 45 

13 90 

15 05 

16 30 

17 60 

19 00 

20 45 

21 95 
23 50 

25 10 

26 80 



$22 80 
24 55 
26 35 
28 20 
30 10 
32 20 
34 30 
36 45 
38 70 
41 05 
43 42 
45 90 
48 45 
51 10 
53 80 
56 55 
59 40 
62 35 
65 35 
68 40 



11 80 

12 95 

14 10 

15 40 

16 70 

18 05 

19 50 

21 00 

22 55 
21 20 
25 90 
27 60 
29 45 
31 30 



27 10 
29 05 
31 05 
33 10 
35 35 
37 60 
39 90 
42 30 
44 80 
47 30 
49 95 
52 65 
55 45 
58 30 
61 20 
64 20 



28 



30 



$67 30 
70 45 
73 65 
76 90 
80 20 



32 



$12 80 

14 00 

15 25 

16 55 

17 95 

19 40 

20 90 
22 45 

24 05 

25 75 
27 50 
29 30 
31 15 
33 15 
35 15 



32 



28 90 
30 90 
33 00 
35 15 
37 35 
39 75 
42 15 
44 65 
47 20 
49 80 
52 50 
55 30 
58 15 
61 05 
61 05 
67 15 
70 30 
73 50 
76 75 
80 05 
83 40 



33 70 
36 00 
38 35 
40 75 
43 20 
45 75 
48 40 
51 10 



34 



36 



$53 85 

56 70 
59 65 
62 65 
65 70 
68 85 
72 10 
75 40 
78 75 
82 15 
85 60 
89 10 



$15 20 
16 55 

18 00 

19 50 

21 05 

22 70 
24 40 

26 10 

27 95 
29 80 
31 75 
33 75 
35 80 
37 95 
40 15 
42 40 



16 50 

18 00 

19 55 

21 20 

22 90 
24 60 
26 45 
28 20 
30 25 
32 25 



SEND FQR COMPLETE LIST (LARGER SIZES). 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



45 



ROCKWOOD'S PATENT PAPER FRICTIONS 
AND FILLERS. 




Spur Friction. 
(With Flanges.) 





Spur Filler. 



Bevel Friction. 
(With Flanges ) 




Bevel Filler. 



PRICE LIST. 






■r o 

fa 



fa fa 






.2.C 



<L» 



•££ 00 

■S1J 




•~5 be 
Of- s 

- E 



= fa 
3 



£.25 

PL, U U 



c » 

O r- V 

33 5 oe 

'C *« 

fa fa 



5 88 


1 12 


1 36 


1 60 


1 84 


2 08 


2 32 


2 56 


96 


1 22 


1 50 


1 78 


2 04 


2 32 


2 58 


2 86 


1 14 


1 48 


1 80 


2 14 


2 46 


2 80 


3 12 


3 46 


1 38 



$2 12 

2 60 

3 02 
3 42 

3 84 

4 26 

4 68 

5 10 

2 38 

2 84 

3 30 

3 76 

4 20 

4 66 

5 02 
5 48 

2 80 

3 28 

3 78 

4 30 

4 80 

5 32 

5 82 

6 30 

3 38 



4 


$1 80 


$4 00 





2 22 


4 62 


6 


2 64 


5 28 


7 


3 06 


5 90 


8 


3 48 


6 58 


9 


3 90 


4 54 


10 


4 32 


5 16 


3 


1 62 


3 82 


4 


2 14 


4 58 


r> 


2 64 


5 28 


6 


3 16 


6 04 


7 


3 m 


6 76 


8 


4 18 


7 52 


9 


4 68 


8 28 ; 


10 


5 22 


9 10 


3 


2 10 


4 68 


4 


2 70 


5 40 


5 


3 30 


6 22 


6 


3 90 


7 06 


7 


4 50 


7 86 


8 


5 10 


8 70 


9 


5 70 


9 54 


10 


6 30 


10 36 


4 


3 46 


6 62 


5 
1 


4 18 


7 60 



10 6 

7 
8 

9 

10 
12 

14 



$4 90 


5 62 


6 34 


7 06 


7 78 


9 22 


10 66 


3 96 


4 80 


5 64 


6 48 


7 32 


8 16 


9 00 


10 68 


12 36 


4 46 


5 42 


6 38 



34 

8 30 

9 26 
10 22 

12 14 
14 08 

5 32 



$8 60 ; 


13 


5 


9 58 




6 


10 58 




7 


11 66 




8 


12 64 




9 


14 62 




10 


16 60 




12 
14 


7 44 






8 56 


14 4 


9 66 




5 


10 78 




G 


11 88 




7 


13 08 




S 


14 20 




9 


16 42 




1U 


18 64 




12 


8 28 




14 


9 50 
10 72 


15 


4 
5 

6 


11 96 




13 20 




14 52 




8 
9 

10 
1° 


15 74 




18 20 
20 68 




9 70 




14 



$6 40 

7 48 

8 58 

9 66 

10 74 

11 84 

14 00 

16 18 

5 96 

7 19 

8 44 

9 68 
10 92 

12 16 

13 40 

15 88 

18 38 

6 32 

7 68 
9 02 

10 38 

11 74 

13 08 

14 44 

17 14 

19 48 



$11 08 
12 50 

14 00 

15 30 

16 78 
18 20 
21 00 
23 80 

10 74 

12 27 

13 84 

15 38 

16 96 

18 58 

20 16 

23 26 

26 38 

11 10 

12 76 

14 42 

16 08 

17 78 

19 50 

21 20 

24 52 

27 90 



46 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



FRICTION AND FILLER LIST. 

PRICE) UST— CONTINUED. 



























































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to to 


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to 


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to 


to to 


16 


4 


$6 87 


$12 77 


22 


14 


$34 18 


$51 34 


32 


10 


$45 78 


$72 40 


42 


10 


$74 40 


$130 44 




5 


8 34 


14 58 




16 


38 90 


56 88 




12 


54 68 


81 96 




12 


89 02 


152 72 




6 


9 82 


16 42 












14 


63 62 


91 56 




14 


103 64 


161 00 




7 


11 28 


18 24 


24 


5 


14 70 


30 58 




16 


72 52 


101 12 




16 


118 24 


176 26 




8 


12 74 


20 06 




6 


17 44 


33 64 












18 


132 86 


, 191 54 




9 


14 22 


22 02 




7 


20 16 


36 70 


34 


5 


26 08 


57 61 




20 


147 48 


206 82 




10 


15 68 


23 84 




8 


22 88 


39 74 




6 


31 06 


62 94 












12 


18 62 


27 50 




9 


25 60 


43 00 




7 


36 02 


68 21 


44 


7 


57 12 


121 98 




14 


21 54 


31 44 




10 


28 32 


46 04 




8 


40 98 


73 50 




8 


65 08 


130 28 












12 


33 76 


52 14 




9 


45 96 


78 82 




9 


73 06 


138 58 


17 


4 


7 42 


13 82 




14 


39 20 


58 24 




10 


50 94 


84 12 




10 


81 02 


146 88 




5 


9 02 


15 78 




16 


44 64 


64 14 




12 


60 88 


94 72 




12 


96 96 


163 48 




6 


10 62 


17 74 












14 


70 82 


105 32 




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17 32 
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FOUR-ARM FRICTION CLUTCH PULLEY. 

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48 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




FRICTION CLUTCH PULLEYS 



-FO/i 



Single and Double Belt Duty. 

Prices <m Clutches for Heavier Duty Furnished on Application. 



See page 17 for Cipher Code, for Bores, Single and Double Belt, etc. 



For Double Friction Clutches, use prices of the two Cutch pulleys composing it. 

List prices are based on the following size bores: 

2 7/j6 inches on pulleys, 10 to 24 inches diameter, inclusive. 

2 15/16 " V 25 to 35 " " 

3 7/ie " " 36 to 46 " " 
3 15/16 " M 48 to 58 " 
415/16 " M 60 to 72 " 
6 15/ie - «• 74 to 96 *• 
Levers and boxing are included in below mentioned prices. 

To get the benefit of our guarantee it is necessary to state, in ordering, whether Friction 
Clutch Pulleys are for single or double- belt duty. 

Fulcrum Stands are not included in these prices. 



A reduction Id price 
will be made on 
smaller bores and 
an extra charge 
made for larger 
bores. 





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Absorbent... 
Accessory ... 
Accumulate.. 

Acetate 

Acetone 

Acoustic 

Adding 

Adhesive .... 
Advertiser. . . 

Aerial 

Afghans ..... 

Agaric 

Agate 

Agriculture.. 

Alloys 

Alpaca 

AJphabet .... 
Aluminum. .. 


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Andiron 

Aniline 

Annealor.... 

Antique 

Antiseptic ... 
Apparatus... 
Asbestos .... 

Asphalt 

Atomizer .... 
Attachment . 

Auction 

Automatic. .. 

Apples 

Aquaria 

Arabesque.. . 
Arbors ...... 

Archery 

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Architects , 
Arctics .... 
Armlets ... 
Armories .. 
Arresters ., 
Artesian... 
Bagasse ... 
Bagatelle.. 
Baking .... 
Balmoral.. 
Banding... 

Banjo 

Barrows... 

Basins 

Basque .... 
Beading, .. 
Beaters.... 
Bedstead.. 
Belaying .. 
Bellows ... 
Benches... 

Berry 

Bicycle..,, 
Biggins..., 
Billiard.... 
Bindings .. 

Birch 

Birthday.., 
Biscuit .... 

Bitters 

Blanket ... 

Blast 

Blasting... 
Bleachers . 

Blinds 

Blotters ... 
Blowers.... 
Bluing .... 
Bobbins..., 
Boilers .... 
Bolting.... 
Bonnet .... 
Borders.... 

Boring 

Botanical., 

Bottle 

Bottoms ... 
Boxing .... 
Bracelet... 
Braiders... 
Brandied .. 
Brazing.... 
Breakers.., 
Breakfast.. 
Brewers ... 
Brewer}'.., 
Briarwood. 
Bridges.... 
Brittania .. 
Broaches.. 
Brogans... 



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32 30 

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43 80 
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44 80 
49 00 

54 60 

61 60 

32 20 

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49 80 

55 40 

62 40 
32 80 

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42 60 

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39 50 

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48 70 

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45 10 
51 00 

56 00 

62 10 

69 00 
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47 50 

53 00 

58 00 

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54 50 
60 10 
66 00 
72 00 

83 00 
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51 60 
5740 

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Bromine.; 
Bronze ... 
Buckets... 
Buckles... 
Buffing ... 

Bu ggy- ••• 

Builders.. 
Bumpers.. 
Burlaps... 
Burners... 
Business.. 
Buskins . . 
Buttons... 
Cabinet. . 
Caddies... 

Cakes , 

Caldron .. 
Caligraph 
Caloric... 
Cambric. 
Camera .. 

Candle 

Canes ..... 
Canister.., 
Canker ..., 
Canning.. 
Cannon.. . 
Canvas .... 
Capstan .. 
Capsules.. 
Carbonate 
Cardboard 
Carriage.. 
Cartoon .. 
Cartridge- 
Casket 

Catarrh... 
Caustic .... 

Cellar 

Celluloid.. 
Cemetery . 
Centering. 
Cesspool . 
Chafing .. 
Charcoal . 
Chemical . 
Cheviots . 
Children.. 
Chimes.. . 
Chinchilla 
Chloride.. 
Chocolate. 
Choppers. 
Chromo .. 
Churns ... 
Cigarette . 
Circular .. 
Cistern . . . 
Clapboard 
Clappers.. 
Clarifiers . 



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103 00 
116 00 
129 00 

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68 00 

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PRICE. 



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Clasps , 

Classifiers . 
Cleaners.., 
Clevises ... 
Cloaking .. 

Closets 

Clothes 

Clothing... 
Cocaine ... 
Cologne ... 
Colored ... 
Combing .. 
Commode . 
Concrete... 
Condenser. 
Conduits.. . 
Conical ... 
Consumers 
Contractor. 
Converter . 
Convex .... 
Conveyor.. 
Cooling.... 
Cooperage. 
Copying... 

Coral 

Cordage ... 
Corkscrew. 
Corrugate . 
Corsets .... 
Corundum . 
Cosmetics . 
Costumes.. 
Coverer ... 
Cowhide .. 
Crackers... 
Crashes ... 
Crayon .... 
Creepers... 
Creospte... 
Crimpers .. 
Crinoline.. 
Croquet.... 
Crushers... 
Crutches... 

Cuffs 

Cultivator. 
Cupboard.. 
Cupola ..... 
Curlers ..... 
Curriers ... 
Curtain. .. 
Cushions .. 

Cutlery 

Cylinders.. 
Cymbals... 
Damask ... 
Daubers ... 
Deflector.. 
Derrick.... 
Destroyer . 



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Detector... 
Devices.... 
Digger.... 
Dippers.... 
Distillery.. 
Ditchers... 
Documents 
Domestic 
Dominoes . 
Dowel. ... 
Drainers... 
Drawers... 
Dredging. 
Dresser. .<. 
Dulciners.. 
Dusters.... 
Dyewood.. 
Dynamite . 
Dynamos.. 
Earrings . 
Earthen ... 
Edging.... 
Ejectors... 
Elastic .... 
Elbows.... 
Elevator... 

Elixirs 

Embalmer. 
Embossed. 
Endless.... 
Engine .... 
Epaulet.... 
Erasers..... 
Essences .. 
Etching ... 
Excelsior.. 

Exhaust 

Expense... 
Export.. .. 
Extractor . 

Eyelet 

Fancy 

Farina. . 
Fasteners.. 
Faucets.... 

Felloe 

Fender 
Fertilizer.. 

Fibre 

Fibrous 

Firepot.... 
Fireproof.. 
Fixtures... 
Flageolet.. 
Flannel.... 
Flexible ... 
Flooring... 

Floral 

Folders.... 
Forging ... 
Fusible.... 



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PRICK. 



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Galloon..... 
Galvanic ... 
Garment.... 
Glassware.. 

Glazier 

Gondola... . 

Gopher 

Governor... 
Graphite.... 

Graters 

Grating 

Gravity 

Griddles 

Grinders 

Grocers .... 

Guano 

Gudgeons . . 
Gunning.... 

Gutters 

Gypsum .... 

Hackers 

Hammock. . 
Hampers ... 
Handles .... 
Hardware . . 
Harness. ... 
Harpoon.... 
Harrow 
Headers. ... 
Hemacite . . 
Hexagon ... 
Historical . . 
Hoisting.... 
Holders .... 
Hominy .... 
Hoopskirt.. 
Hosiery .... 

Hospital 

Hotel 

Hurricane.. 
Hydrant.... 

Images 

Imitation... 
Imperial.... 

Incense 

Inclined.... 
Incubator... 
Indelible... 

Index 

Indicating.. 

Indigo 

Induction... 
Ingot. ...... 

Inkstand.... 

Insect 

Inserted.. . 

Inside 

Insoles 

Invalid 

Isinglass.... 
Ivory 



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182 00 
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173 00 
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200 00 
322 00 
359 00 
399 00 
122 00 
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160 00 

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108 00 
217 00 
240 00 
266 00 
300 00 
332 00 
369 00 
410 00 
126 00 
14b 00 
152 00 
163 00 
183 00 
204 00 

224 00 
249 00 
280 00 



J aggers 

Japanese .... 

Jewelers 

Jointers 

Jute 

Juvenile 

Kalsomine ... 

Kaolin 

Kerosene.... 

Kettle 

Killers 

Kindlers 

Kitchen 

Knapsack ... 

Knitters 

Knives 

Knuckle 

Laqjng 

Lacquers.... 

Ladders 

Lagging 

Lnmps 

Landau 

Lariats 

Lassos 

Latches ..... 

Lattice ...... 

Launches .. 

Laundry 

Lavender.... 

Leading 

Leather 

Legal 

Leggins 

Licorice 

Lifters 

Liuhters 

Linen 

Linoleum.. . 

Linseed 

Linsey 

Liquid 

Loadstone. .. 

Logging 

Looms 

Loop 

Lounges. .... 

Lozentre 

Luminous.... 
Macaroni.... 
Magnesia.... 

Majolica 

Malleable... 
Mandolin.... 

Manhole 

Manicure.... 
Manifold .... 

Mantel 

Manure 

Marine 

Mashers 



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Rustic 

Safety 

Salad 

Saloon 

Sardine.... 
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Scaffojd... 
Scourers... 
Scrapers... 
Sectional .. 
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54 



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FRICTION CLUTCH COUPLINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 56. 
Our Friction Clutch Couplings are made on the same general principle as our Friction Clntcb 
Pulleys, and are guaranteed to transmit the horse power as specified in list. We guarantee 
them fully as to strength, workmanship and operation, and will replace them free of charge. 




Cut No. 6. fbiction Clutch Coupling, 
(patented.) 

paying freight both ways, or refund the money paid should they not come up to our represent** 
tions in every particular. They are the simplest, strongest and bestFriction Clutch Couplings 
on the market, and, like our Friction Clutch Pulleys, occupy very littlw a^acc on the shaft, and 
are thoroughly tested before sending out. They are self-locking, and can be started and 
stopped gradually and without shock or jar. When they are not required to transmit the full 
power of shaft it is necessary that we know the speed of shaft and horsepower wanted. We 
can then make prices corresponding to the requirements. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



55 



THESE INSTRUCTIONS MUST BE FOLLOWED TO SECURE GOOD SERVICE. 



DIRECTIONS FOR PUTTING UP FRICTION CLUTCHES. 

Out Friction Clutches are sent oat from factory with all adjustments properly made, ana 
when placed in positior on the shaft they are ready for nse. 

When it is necessary to key seat the shaft for the fulcrum wheel (7) the key-seat should 
be cut tfinch less in length than the length of the hub of the fulcrum wheel. The key-seat 
should commence at the end of the hub of the sheave and extend toward the lever siae of the 
Clutch. For safety in shipping, the pulley and the sheave are sometimes separated. When 
eo received be guided by the marks on each in placing them together. The shaft where the 




pulley Is to run 6hould be clean and smooth, and the shaft and sleeve 6hould be thoroughly 
lubricated before placing the pulley in position. To connect lever (5) with sheave remove 
the pins at "7" and place shoes "6" in sheave, then replace the pins at"?." A bolt which acts 
as a stop for the slide-collar connects the slide -colla!' with the hub of the fulcrum wheel. 
Be careful to have this bolt screwed into the fulcrum wheel as far as it will go. A collar, to be 
placed at the end of the sleeve of the palley, is sent with each Clutch. In making adjustments 
to take ui> wear, loosen the jam nuts (4) and turn the adjusting nuts (3) in the direction in 
which the arrow points. Care must be taken not to turn these nuts too far, as one-third of a 
turn is sufficient to make a great difference in the power necessary to be applied at the end of 
the lever. Be careful to.adjust all nuts equally and when the adjustment is properly made 
the space between the shaft and the side-collar will be the same at all points. Before starting 
the Clutch be sure that the rotating parts will not strike the lever. Keep the sleeve well 
lubricated. The figures stamped on end of lever indicate about the pounds pressure thai 
should be applied at that point. 

If Clutch chatters wipe friction surface of V-shaped sheave occasionally with an oily rag ot 
oily waste. 

tS*MOVE LEVER IN GRADUALLY WHEN ENGAGING CLUTCH. 



REFERENCE MARKS. 



1 8hde- Collar. 
5 Fulcrum Arms* 
» PuUey. 



2 Link. 

6 Friction Shoe* 
10 Sleeve. 



8 Adjusting Nut. 
7 Fulcrum WheeL 
U Lubricator. 



4 Jam Nut. 

8 V- shaped Sheave 
13 Set-collar. 




FRICTION CLUTCH COUPLINGS. 



Sed Cut No. 5. ^For Description, see page 54. 
Levers and boxing included in below mentioned prices. \> 

j8SP*Couplings marked " * " will transmit the full power of shaft 
conditions when the bearings are from 8 to 10 feet apart. 
Special prices made for Reducing Friction 4Jlutch Coupling. 
Fulcrum Stands are not included in these prices. 



under ordinary 



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24 

% 

11 

3Q 



55 
65 
75 
°5 
j 00 
25 
30 
35 
45 

II 

il 

100 
25 
30 
35 
45 
55 
65 

11 

100 

»25 

150 
35 

45. 

I! 

II 

100 
"5 
'So 
35 
45 
55 
65 

■it 

100 
'25 
150 

5 4 
11 

100 
125 
»5o 
200 
275 
400 
65 

J 

^00 
•125 
150. 
200 
275 
400 
65 

II 

100 
125 
150 
200 

275 



122 00 
128 00 
137 00 
147 00 
j6i 00 
108 00 
112 00 

117 06 
122 00 

12S OO 

134 00 
144 00 

155 00 
168 50 
115 00 

118 00 

122 OO 
128 OO 
134 OO 
HI OO 

156 OO 
170 OO 
184 OO 



128 00 
134 OO 
140 OO 
U7 OO 
162- 00 
176 60 
191 OO 
221 00 
25$ OO 
'33 00 
140 00 
146 00 
154 00 

16S 00 

184 00 
199 00 
229 00 
263 00 
156 00 
167 00 
181 CO 
197 00 

213 00 
243 00 
276 00 

311 00 
362 00 
410 00 
179 00 
194 00 

210 OO 

226 00 
258 00 
291 00 

327 00 

377 00 
427 00 
223 00 
240 00 
25S 00 
275 00 

312 00 
345 00. 
381 00 
434 00 . 
48S 00 



132 00 
138 00 
147 CO 

159 00 
173 00 

:i6 00 
120 00 
127 00 
132 00 
140 00 
146 00 
156 00 

167 00 
181 00 
123 00 
126 00 
132 00 
13S 00 
146 00 

153 00 

168 00 

154 00 
19S 00 

229 00 

260 00 
140 00 

146 00 
154 00 

161 00 
176 00 
192 00 
/07 00 
239 °° 
273 CO 

147 CO 

154 00 

162 00 
170 CO 
184 00 
200 00 
217 CO 

247 00 

283 00 
172 00 
183 00 
197 00 

213 00 

231 CO 

261 CO 
296 CO 

386 CO 
441 00 
199 CO 

214 CO 

230 00 

248 CO 

2S0 CO 

3'7.oo 
355 00 
409 00 

466 CO 

247 OQ 
264 00 
282 00 

303 00 
340 00 
377 00 
416 00 
473 00. 
535 °°^ 



For Cut and Description, ft*e frag* 54c 



58 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




PRICE LIST 

Of Cut-Off Couplings, Keyseated, ready to put on Shafts 



a o s 

c3 55 


Size 

of 

hitch 


•f. 

§■8 * 


Space Required 
on Shafts 


PRICE 


Weight 














fi 




O ^ Ph 

b8 








Inches 


Inches 


H. P. 


Inches 


Dollars 


Pounds 


15 

16 


5 


H 


H 


H 


18 00 


31 


1A 


6i 


2.f 


4 


H 


21 03 


42 


1A 


8 


5 


H 


101 


26 00 


68 


i'tt 


10 


i 


5 


ii| 


35 00 


115 


if! 


12 


12 


6 


141 


45 00 


202 


4 T6 


14 


18 


6 


17 


53 00 


295 


9 V 

^T6 


16 


25 


(H 


17.V 


75 00 


367 


2ft 


18 


34 


6J 


m 


95 00 


479 


915 
^T6 


20 ■ 


45 


7 


21} 


115 0) 


715 


3-*- 

°16 


24 


65 


7f 


23 J 


185 CO 


1010 


Rl_5. 

°16 


28 


85 


8J 


25J 


215 00 


1269 


4- 7 - 

*16 


32 


112 


9 


28J 


285 00 


1762 


4.15 

^1 6 


42 


180 


111 


251 


525 00 


3425 


Kl 5 

,J I6 


*36 

♦Double Di 


284 
sc. 


11| 


23| 


575 00 


3833 



For additional charge for High Speeds Split Couplings, Etc., see Notes on preceding pag< 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



59 



PRICE LIST 

Of Friction Clutches, Bored and Keyseated, ready to attach to Pulley 
or other Hub. 



• 




l 



> 



SIZE 


PRICK 


Outside 
Diameter 


Space 
required 
imidng 


Largest 

Bore 


Will drive pul- 
ley as large as 


Capacity 

at 100 
R. P. M. 


WEIGHT 








miivm't 




Inches 




Inches 


Dollars 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Diam. 


Face 


H. P. 


Pounds 


5 


12 00 


7^ 


H 


1H 


10 


3 


If 


22 


6 


15 00 


9 


61 


m 


12 


4 


2* 


28 


8 


20 00 


11 


6g 


2A 


IS 


5 


5 


46 


10 


27 00 


13 


8i 


2}| 


21 


6 


7 


76 


12 


86 00 


15| 


m 


m 


27 


8 


12 


142 


14 


48 00 


18 


12| 


*& 


32 


10 


18 


215 


16 


60 00 


20^ 


13 


m 


35 


12 


25 


255 


18 


75 00 


OOl 

4 


m 


&H 


42 


14 


34 


351 


20 


95 00 


25£ 


m 


on 


50 


16 


45 


544 


21 


150 00 


29| 


17 


&T8 


60 


18 


6^. 


810 


28 


180 00 


34 


19i 


"ii 


66 


22 


85 


1050 


32 


230 00 


39 


21| 


m 


72 


24 


112 


1450 


36 


300 00 


43 


23| 


8A 


78 


26 


142 


2300 


42 


500 00 


491 


25| 


9 T V 


84 


30 


180 


2800 


48 


800 00 


58 


26h 


Ql 5 


96 


36 


240 


4300 


1 f 36 


515 00 


43* 


23£ 


8^6 


108 


42 


284 


3100 


1 \ 42 


700 00 


50 


26 


9f6 


120 


48 


360 


4140 


1 1 48 


1000 00 


58 


27| 


Ql 5 


1-14 


54 


480 


6000 



Notes.— Additional charge for High Speeds as follows: 

Over 350 revolutions per minute. 10 per cent. 
Over 600 revolutions per minute. 15 per cent. 

For Split Clutches, write for prices. 

For Shifter Straps and Levers, see Price List on next page. 



w 



60 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




PRICE LIST OF LEVER STRAPS AND END FULCRUMS. 




FRICTION CLUTCH PULLEY. 



Size 


6*4 in. 


8 in. 


10 in. 


12 in. 


14 in. 


16 in. 


18 in. 


Price 


.80 


.90 


l.OO 


1,26 


1.75 


2.?5~ 


2 75 


Size 


20 in. 


24 in. 


28 in. 


33 in. 


36 in. 


42 in. 


48 in. 


Price 


3.25 


3.75 


4.50 


5 25 


6 r 5 


7.50 


9.00 



PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



61 



The Most Efficient of Friction Clutches for Small 
Power and High Speed 




The Orton Clutch 



Revised Dimensions and Price of the Orton Clutches 



August i, 1901. 



Superseding all previous dimensions. 



3 


Ma\ii 
Bore in 


1UIU 

nclies 


3 u 

- C 

~ 


£ 


Will 


Drive P 


alley 

is 


= tu 

= 


Std. Slee> 


e 


Price 


as large J 


Outside 




u 

c 
u 


a 


^ 


0J <D 

S E 






<u 






c 


Pulley 


bt - 
















c - - 








'X. 


~ 


W 


W Q 


K S 


5 


fc 


hu:^ 


& n 
















S. B. 


D. B. 














4 


• 1 H 




5^ 


l 1 ^ 


14 




3 


11 


2A 




4^ 


$15 00 


5 


V/2 




6^ 


9 


16 




4 


11% 


2/b 




5 


17 50 


6 


IK 




fti 


3 


18 


13 





14^ 


2H 




6 


20 00 


i 


2 




s% 


1 


20 


14 


6 


15^ 8 


2U 




« 


22 50 


8 


2H 




10% 


5 


9 2 


15 


1 


17^8 


h% 




8 


27 00 


9 


2H 




nn 


6 


24 


16 


8 


20/8 


3H 




10 


30 00 


10 


3 




12^ 


1> 


34 


24 


9 


21 H 


4K 




11 


37 00 


12 


3 


4 


15/a 


15 


46 


32 


10 


23V 2 


4* 


SK 


12 


45 00 


14 


3H 


5 


17^8 


20 




38 


11 


2h% 


5 


6% 


13 


55 00 


16 


1% 


6 


19^ 


25 




44 


12 


263/ 8 


6 


7/2 


14 


75 00 



The above sizes of pulleys are based upon a driving tension of 42 pounds for single belt 
and 60 pounds for double belt, per inch of width. When greater belt stress is used, a larger 
size of clutch should be employed. 



62 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Dodge Split Friction Clutches 




Clutch showing 
sleeve to receive 
pulley 



Revised Price List 





Largest 
Size 


Extreme 

Outside 

Diameter 

inches 


H.P. 


Will drive Pul- 
ley as large as 


Price 


Size of 
Shaft equal 


Price of 


Size 6f 


Clutch 


at joo 






Mechanism 


to capacity 


Coupling 


Clutch 


will Bore. 


Revs. 


Diam. 


Face 


Complete 


of Clutch, 


Complete 




inches 




in. 


in. 




in Inches 




10 


2K 


12 


6 


26 


7 


$ 38.50 


1H 


$ 49.00 . 


12 


3 


16% 


10 


30 


10 


45.50 


iK 


56. 00 


14 


3K 


18% 


15 


36 


12 


54.50 


2 


66 00 


16 


1% 


20% 


19 


40 


14 


70.00 


2K 


82.00 


IS 


5 


Tiyi 


26 


48 


16 


90.00 


2y 2 


102.00 


20 


6 


24% 


34 


52 


18 


110.00 


W 


124.00 


22 


6 


27 


42 


60 


18 


135 00 


3 


150.00 


24 


6^ 


t^A 


51 


64 


20 


155.00 


3J* 


172.00 


. 26 


VA 


siy 


63 


72 


22 


170.00 


3% 


190.00 


28 


7 


xm 


78 


84 


U 


190.00 


3K 


213.00 


30 


IX 


33 


90 


86 


24 


238.00 


4 


264.00 


36 


8 


40K 


126 


102 


26 


310.00 


1% 


339.00 


40 


10 


45/ 8 


150 


108 


30 


350.00 


4K 


382.00 


42 


10 


47 y A 


162 


114 


30 


380. 00 






48 


12 


54 


210 


114 


36 


455 00 


5 


495 00 


54 


12 


60K 


295 


120 


42 


575.00 


6 


641.00 


60 


12 


67K 


400 


144 


44 


720.00 


6% 


810.00 



The above price list includes shifter yoke and fulcrum casting. 
Extended sleeves extra. See price list for standard sleeves next page. 



~* 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



63 



Extension Sleeves for Dodge Split Friction Clutches 




Adapted for Pulleys, Rope Sheaves, Gears, Sprockets, Drums, Etc. 

This list is for finished split iron sleeves, lined with best genuine metal, accurately 
bored, fitted to clutch mechanism and ke\ seated, ready to receive clutch connection. Each 
sleeve is fitted for one or more compression grease cups, according to length, size of shaft 
and speed. Patented May 30. 1893. 





Price List for Clutches 30 Inches irv Diameter a^nd Less 




L 

ir 


ength of 
Sleeve 
Inches 






Size of Shaft in 


Inches 








T & 
less 


2 J 4 to 
2%' 


2K to 


3Ji to 


3\ to 
J 


4^ to 
454 


4K to 


5fc to 

5 V 


5-\ t to 
6' 


4. 
5. 
6. 
7. 

8 
9. 




$ 4.95 
5.60 
6.30 
6.95 
7. HO 
8.25 
8.90 
9.60 
10.25 
10.90 
11.55 
12.25 
12.90 


$ 6.08 
6.84 
7 60 
8.40 
9.15 
9.90 
10.H5 
11.40 
12.20 
13.00 
13.70 
14.! 50 
15.20 
16.00 
















$ 8.10 
8.90 
9.70 
10.50 
11.30 
12.10 
13.00 
13.80 
14.60 
15.40 
16.20 
17.00 
17.80 
18.60 
19.40 
20.20 
21.00 
21 . ^0 

.40 




:::::::: :::::::: 










$10.22 
11.14 
12.06 
12.98 
13.90 
14.80 
1^.75 
16.70 
17.60 
18.50 
19.45 

20 35 

21 30 
22.20 
23.12 
24 05 
24.97 

.45 


$12.60 

13.60 
14.60 
15.60 
16.60 
17.60 
18.60 
19 60 
20.60 
21.60 
22.60 
23 60 
24.60 
25.60 
26 60 
27.60 
28.60 

.50 






















$16.70 
17.80 
18.90 
20.00 
21.10 
22.20 
23 30 
24.40 
25.50 
26.60 
27.70 
28.80 
29 90 
31.00 
32.10 

.55 










$20.35 
21.60 

22 85 

24.10 
25.35 
26 60 
27 . 85 
29.10 
30.35 

31 60 

32 85 
34.10 
35.35 
36.60 

.65 


525 . 25 
26.70 

28 15 

29 60 
31.05 
32.50 
33.95 
35.40 
36.85 
38.30 
39.75 
41.20 
42 65 
44.10 

.75 


130.15 

31.80 
33 45 

35 10 

36 70 
38.40 
40.05 
41 70 
43 35 
46. 65 
4*. 30 
49.95 
51.60 
53.25. 

.85 


10 
11. 
12 








13 
14. 
15 

16. 
IS 
20. 
2° 
24. 
26. 
28. 

Sle 
per 




































Additional 
eve Tgths 
inch 


.35 


.40 




For clutche 


s over 3c 


inches ] 


n diame 


ter, add 


15 per ce 


mt. to at 


>ove fist. 







64 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Price List with Standard Bearings 



"Dodge" 
Adjustable Ball 
and Socket Drop 
Hangers 



Single or 
Double Braced 



o ^ 


0) 


Drop in Inches 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


ll 3 6 

ni 
m 

2, 7 6 
2il 
211 

3i 3 6 
3i 7 g 


{Sgl 

} Dbl 
i.Sgl 

}Dbl 
*Sgl 
?Dbl 
JSgl 
/Dbl 

} Dbl 
<Sgl 
}Dbl 

\ Dbl 
jSgl 
*Dbl 

^Dbl 
\Sg) 
1 Dbl 


$3.65 
3.95 
4.55 
4 95 
4.65 
5.05 
6 35 
6.85 
8.15 
8.70 
8.80 
9.35 
10.05 
10.85 
12.00 
12.80 


$3.80 
4.10 
4.70 
5.10 
4.80 
5.20 
6.85 
7.35 
8.50 
9 05 
9.10 
9.65 
10 55 
11.35 
12.50 
13.30 


$4.00 

4.30 

4.90 

5-30 

5 00 

5.40 

7. 00 

7.50 

8.65 

920 

930 

9.85 

11.15 

11.95 

13.10 

13.90 

15.90 

16 95 
16.35 

17 40 


$4.25 

4.55 

5.15 

5.55 

5.25 

5.65 

7 30 

7.80 

915 

9 70 

9 80 

10.35 

11.25 

12.05 

13.20 

14.00 

16.65 

17.70 

17.10 

18.15 


$4.35 

4 65 
5.25 
5.65 

5 35 
5.75 
7.75 
8.25 
9.75 

10 30 
10.40 
10.95 
12 55 
13.35 
14.50 
15.30 
17.15 
18.20 
17.60 
18.65 


$4.75 
5.05 
5.65 
6.05 
5.75 

6 15 

7 80 
8.30 

10 20 
10.75 
10.85 
11.40 
13.65 
14.45 
15.60 
16.40 
18.55 
19 60 
19.00 
20.05 


$5.20 

5.50 

6 10 

6.50 

6.20 

6.60 

8.30 

8.80 

11 10 

11.65 

11.75 

12.30 

14.70 

15.50 

16.65 

17.45 

20.45 

21.50 

20.90 

21.95 


'$9*. 15 
9.65 
12.80 
13.35 
13.45 
14.00 

16 95 

17 75 
18.90 
19.70 
23.65 
24.70 
24.10 
25.15 












Price List with Capillary Oiling Bearings 



Capillary Oiling 
Bearings 

Bearings Machine Reamed 
and Faced. 





u 


Droj» in Inches 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


24 


Hi 
Hi 

2i 3 e 

2/e 

ki 

915 

3, 3 6 
3i§ 


f Sgl 
\ Dbl 
5Sgi 
}Dbl 
SSg\ 
}Dbl 
jSgl 
(Dbl 
^Sgl 
}Dbl 
5Sgl 
}Dbl 
jSgl 
? Dbl 
JSgl 
}Dbl 

5Sgi 

}Dbl 

5Sgi 

? Dbl 


4.65 
4.95 
5.35 
5.65 
5.60 
6.00 
8.25 
8.75 
10.15 
10.70 
10.75 
11.30 
12.65 
13.45 
15.40 
16.20 


4. 8 J 
5.10 
5.50 
5.90 
5.75 
6.15 
8.75 
9.25 
10.50 
11.05 
11.10 
11.65 
13.25 
14.05 
15.90 
16.70 


5.00 
5.30 
5.70 
6.10 
5 95 
6.35 
8.90 
9.40 
10.65 
11.20 
11.25 
11.80 
13.75 
14.55 
16.50 
17.30 
24.20 
25.25 
26.55 
27.60 


5.25 
5.55 
5.95 
6.35 
6.20 
6.60 
9 20 
9.70 
11.15 
11.70 
11.75 
12 30 
13.85 
14.65 
16.60 
17.40 
24.95 
26.00 
27.30 
28.35 


5.35 
5 65 
6.05 
6.45 
6.30 
6.70 
9.65 
10.15 
11.75 
12.30 
12.35 
12.90 
15.15 
15 95 
17 90 
18.70 
25.45 
26.50 
27.80 
28.85 


5 75 
6.05 
6.45 
6.85 
6.70 
7.10 
9.70 
10.20 
12 20 
12.75 
12.80 
13.35 
16.25 
17.05 
19.00 
19.80 
26.85 
27.90 
29.20 
30.25 


620 
6.50 
6.90 
7.30 
7 15 
7.55 
10.20 
10.70 
13.10 
13.65 
13.70 
14.25 
17.30 
18.10 
20.05 
20.85 
28.75 
29.80 
31.10 
32.15 


"ii'.os 

11.55 

14 80 

15 35 
15.40 
15.95 
19 55 
20.35 
22.30 
23.10 
31.95 
33.00 
34.30 
35.35 











^ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



65 



DOUBLE BRACE DROP HANGERS AND 
FLOOR STANDS. 



All our Double Brace Drop Hangers are properly proportioned to carry the straia o$ the 
various shafts for which they are designed. 
We make four (4) styles : 

Ring- Oiling Ball and Socket Hangers. 1 

Wick-Oiling B^f^and^ocket Hangers, f *a below described. 
" " Screw Hangers. J 

Ring-Oiling Double Brace Ball and Socket Drop 

Hangers. 



BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 66. 




These hangers have bearings equal to four (4) 
diameters of the shaft, and are true Ball and Socket, 
the radius of the ball being struck from the center of 
the shaft, which is not the case in many other makes. 
They are supplied with ring-oiling device, which con- 
sists of rings which pass around the shaft and down 
into the reservoir. These rings revolve with the shaft, 
and continually convey a generous amount of oil to the 
bearings. The reservoir is large, and holds a good sup- 
ply of oil. The boxes are held in place by plungers, 
which form the socket, and are faced off at the ends. 
These are oil saving bearings, the boxes being fur- 
nished with a wiper which wipes the oil from the shaft 
at the ends of the bearings, causing it to return to the 
reservoir from whence it is again used. There is a 
plug In the bottom of the reservoir, which can be re- 
moved should it be necessary to drain out the oil. 
Lateral adjustment is secured by means of slotted 
boles in the base of hangers. 



Cut No. 63. Ring-Oiling doubjus 

Brace Ball and Socket 

D&op Han gees. 

Ring-Oiling Double Brace 
Screw Drop Hangers. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 66. 

These hangers are similar to the Ring-Oiling Ball 
and 8ocket Hangers, except as to the adjustments. 

They have all the movements of the Ball and 
Socket, and, in addition, are made with lateral adjust- 
ing screws in the sides of the boxes, by which the 
ehaf t can be accurately lined up. 




Oct »o. 54. Ring- Oiling DotjbLI 
Brace Screw Drop Hanger*. 



60 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



RING-OILING DOUBLE BRACE DROP HANG- 
ERS AND FLOOR STANDS. 

BALL AND SOCKET, (Per Cut No. 53.) 
SCREW HANGER, (Per Cut .No. 54.) 

Adjustable in All Directions, Babbitted Bearings. 

DESCRIPTION PAGE 65. 



Diameter of Shaft 


17/16 


Ul/16 


H5/16 


23/ 16 


27/16 


211/16 


215/16 


33/W 


Length of Bearing 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


Length over all , 


8# 


9* 


10 


a** 


12# 


13 3 4 


H# 


15* 


Diameter of Shaft 


,... 


37/16 


311/16 


315/16 * 


43/16 


47/ie - 


4H/16 


415/u 


Length of Bearing 


u 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


length over all • . . 


16* 


\1X 


19 


20 


203* 


22 


23 a 







Length of bearings can not be changed. 





8crew Hanger. 



Badl and Socket. 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher. 



Price. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft. 



BALL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 



Price* 



Cipher. 



Anility... 
Animated 
Animuse. 

Anise 

Annals ... 
Anneal .. 
Annodon. 
Annolis .., 
Annuity . , 
Annular.., 
Anode..., 
Anoint..., 
Anointer. 
Anomaly . 
An o mite.. 
Anomy ... 
Ansated . . 
Ante ate r. , 
Antalgic. 
Anteact... 
Antecede., 
Antedate . 
Antenna. , 
Antepone. 



1 $7 oo 
J 7 *5' 


17*6 


10 
IJ 


$8 40 
8 60 


7 So 




3 


8 80 


7 75 




9 00 


S oo 




15> 


9 25 


8 25 




20 


9 50 


7 7o 


i"/lfl 


IO 


9 20 


7 95 




12 


9 40 


8 zo 




» 


9 60 


8 45 




9 80 


5 70 




tS 


10 00 


8 95 




20 


10 20 


9 20 




22 


10 50 


9 45 
S 70 




2 4 


10 bo 


115/16 


10 


10 20 


8 95 




13 


10 40 
10 00 


9 20 




IJ 


9 45 




to So 


9 70 




iS 


11 00 


9 95 




20 


II 20 


10 20 




22 


11 50 

11 So 


10 50 




24 


12 00 




«7 


13 60 


13 <» 




30 


*S 0© 



Aonian. 

Aorist. 

Apace. 

Apanage. 

Apatelite. 

Apathetic. 

Apathist. 

Apathy. 

Apepsy. 

Apercu. 

Aperient. 

Apert. 

Apertion. 

Aperture. 

Aphanite. 

Aphelion. 

Aphony, 

Aphorism. 

Aplhong, 

Apiarist. 

Apiary. 

Apish** 

Aplatir. 

Aplomb. 



We are prepared to furnisti 2$.jnch, 28-inch, 3i-incb and 37»inch drop, and all intermedial© 

ps from 6 inches to 24 inches. 

Can furnish dangers fox ail intermediate size* of shaft, at price of nearest size listed. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



67 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher, 



Price. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft. 



BALL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 



Price. 



Cipher. 



Anterior*. 
Anteroom , 
Ante*ert.~ 
AnthilU... 
An dear.... 

Antilogy.., 
Antler...... 

Antiphon., 
Antiquate.. 
Antitype... 
Apozem..., 
Appanage 
Apparel... 
Apparent., 
Appeach... 
Appeaser., 
Appellate. 
Append..., 
Appendix., 
Appenine. 
Applause., 
Apprizer... 
Approach.. 
Approof... 
Appuyer.., 

Apres 

Apricity.. 
Apricot... 
Aproned.. 
Apropos-. 
Aptable.... 
Aptate.... 
Aptitude.., 

Aptly 

Aqueduct., 

Aqueous. . 

Aquiline.. 

Aquosity... 

Arabical.., 

Arabism .. 

Arable.... 

Arbalist... 

Arborist... 

Arcadian., 

Archduke. 

Archives. . 

Archn ess . 

Archway.. 

Archwise . 

Ardency.. 

Ardoise... 

Ashler.... 

Ashpit..., 

Ashpole.. 

Ash tub-..., 

Askance. 

Aslant.... 

Asperity.. 

Aspirate.. 

Assassin.* 

Assembly. 



$10 00 

io 30 
io 6o 

10 oo 

11 20 

11 50 

12 OO 
12 50 

14 OO 

15 So 

11 40 
" 75 

12 IO 

12 45 
IS 80 

13 20 

»3 60 



17 OO 

18 OO 

12 SO 

'3 IS 
•3 So 

13 00 
H 30 

14 70 

15 10 
IS So 

18 00 

19 10 

20 30 
14 20 

14 60 

15 00 

15 40 

15 80 

16 20 

1660 

17 00 

20 00 



17 10 

1770 

18 40 

19 10 

19 So 

20 SO 
22 20 

22 OO 

23 OO 

24 90 
26 30 
22 30 

22 SO 

23 30 

23 So 

24 40 

25 OO 
25 60 



2 Vie 



2 7/16 



211/tf 



2H/18 



3S/ lfl 



3 7/10 



24 
27 
30 



24 

27 

36 



24 
27 

3 2 
36 



24 

27 

36 



24 
27 

36 



1 60 

1 90 



3 20 

3 60 

4 00 

5 So 

7 00 

3 30 
360 
390 

4 20 
4 So 

4 90 

5 30 

3 70 

8 00 

9 00 
20 20 

4 90 

5 20 

5 So 

6 10 
6 50 

6 90 

7 30 
20 00 

1 50 
3 00 
6 50 

6 so 

7 10 
7 40 
7 70 
S 00 



22 00 

23 5o 

25 00 
20 so 

20 90 

21 30 

21 70 

22 10 

22 50 

23 00 
23 50 

26 00 

27 20 

28 50 
25 00 

25 50 

26 00 
26 60 



Apodal. 

Apograph. 

Apologist. 

Apologue. 

Apoplexy. 

Aporia. 

Apostasy. 

Apostate. 

Apostolic. 

Apotome. 

Arduity. 

Arduo. 

Areca. 

Arefy. 

Areole. 

Areotic. 

Argosy. 

Arguble. 

Argument. 

And. 

Aridity, 

Arisen. 

Armbone. 

Armchair 

Armful. 

Arrnhole. 

Armistice. 

Armorer. 

Armpit. 

\romatic 

Arraign. 

Arrant. 

Arrayed. 

Arrears. 

Arriiner. 

Arrogance* 

Arrondir. 

Arrosage. 

Arrosion. 

Arsenal. 

Arterial. 

Artful. 

Artfully. 

Article. 

Artifice. 

Artilize. 

Artillery. 

Artless. 

Ascetic. 

Ashamed. 

Ashantee. 

Audible. 

Auditory. 

Augment. 

Aurist. 

Auspice. 

Austral. 

Autopsy. 

Autotypa. 

Avaler. 

Avant. 



We are prepared to furnish »5 Inch, 28-inch, 31 -inch and 37> nch drop, and all intermedia** 

p» from 6 inches to S4 Inches. 

Can rumisfe Hangers for all intermedUtt .aUea oUhaft, at price of nearest size listed. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher. 



Price. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft 



BALL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 



Price. 



Cipher. 



Assertion. 
Assessed . . 

Assize 

Assoler.... 
Assume... 
Asternal.., 

Astray 

Astride.... 

Astrut 

Astute ..... 
Asunder... 
Asylum..., 
Atabal.... 
Atelier..., 
Atellan... 
Atheism... 
Atheous.... 
Atherine,. 

Athirst 

Athlete 

Atoms 

Atoning ... 
Atrocity... 
Atrophy. ., 

Atteler 

Atterate.. . 
Attestive... 

Attical 

Attitude.... 

Atypic...... 

Auberge... 
Bambin„., 
Baneful..., 

Banish 

Banquet..., 
Bantam .... 
Baptism.... 

Barb 

Barbated . . 
Barbecue .. 
Barbotes... 
Bardism ... 

Barely 

Bareness... 
Barking ... 
Barmaid... 
Barrier .... 
Barrulet.... 
B artery.... 
Bascule.... 
Basement., 
Baseness... 
Basilisk.... 
Basinet.... 
Basking]... 
Bassock.... 
Batable. ... 
Batelage... 
Bateless ... 
Batful 



$26 20 
a? 50 

28 40 

29 40 
25 00 

25 75 

26 50 

27 25 

28 00 
287S 

29 50 

30 30 
3> 40 
32 50 

27 50 

28 25 

29 00 

29 75 

30 50 
3» 40 

32 30 

33 20 

34 20 

35 20 
3050 
3i 30 

32 10 

33 00 
33 90 
3480 

SS8S 

3800 
33 00 
33 8o 
3460 

35 50 

36 40 

37 30 
3830 
39 60 
41 00- 

36 00 

37 00 
3» 00 

39 00 

40 00 

41 00 

42 50 

44 00 

45 50 
3900 
40 10 
4» 30 

42 50 

43 70 

45 00 

46 50 
48 70 
51 00 



3 7/ w 

3 11/16 

31S/ M 

4 3/ w 
4Vl6 
4 11/16 
4 15/16 



M 


$29 00 


27 


30 00 


3? 


31 20 


36 


32 50 


*» 


28 OO 


\l 


28 75 


29 50 


18 


30 25 


20 


3» 00 


22 


3' 75 


24 


32 50 


27 


34 00 


30 


35 00 

36 00 


36 


12 


30 50 


3 


3' 30 
32 «o 


18 


3290 


20 


33 70 


22 


34 60 


24 


35 50 
3650 


27 


30 


37 50 
3850 
3360 


36 
lo 


34 50 


iS 
20 


35 40 
3630 


22 


37 20 

38 20 


H 


a 7, 


3920 


30 


4030 


36 


4] 50 


18 


36 00 


37 00 

38 00 


20 


39 00 


22 


40 00 


24 


41 00 


27 


42 00 


30 


43 00 


36 


44 SO 


3 


39 00 


40 00 


iS 


41 00 


20 


42 CO 


22 


43 00 


24 


44 00 
40 00 


27 


30 


47 50 


36 


49 00 


\l 


43 00 


4400 


iS 
20 


45 00 

46 00 


22 
24 


47 00 

48 00 


27 


50 00 


30 


53 00 


36 


H.5P 



Avarice. 

Avenger. • 

Averment, 

Aversive. 

Avertir. 

Aviary. 

Avidity. 

Avouch. 

Avowing. 

Awaking. 

Awry. 

Axehead. 

Axle. 

Babe. 

Kabose. 

Baboon. 

Babyism. 

Babyhood. 

Backhite. * 

Backward. 

Badinage. 

Bagman. 

Bagpipe. 

Baigner. 

Bailment. 

Balane. 

Baldness. 

Baleful. 

Balk. 

Ballad. 

Balourd. 

B atonic. 

Battish. 

Bavard. 

Bavolet. 

Baying. 

BeadrolL 

Beaker. 

Beaming. 

Beamless* 

Bearable. 

Bearer. 

Bearish. 

Beaten. 

Beatify. 

Beaufils % 

Beckon. 

Becloud. 

Bedaub. 

Bedding. 

Bedew. 

Bedmate. 

Bedote. 

Bedrid. 

Bedside. 

Beechen. 

Beefsteak. 

Beehive. 

Beemothi 

Beetle. 



We are prepared to furnish 2S-inch, 28inch,3i-lnch and 37-toch drop, and all intermedial* 
drops from 6 inches to 24 inches. 

Can furnish Hangers for 4 all intermediate sizes ol shaft, at price of nearest siae Hatfcg. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



69 



HANGERS 




DOUBLE-BRACED ADJUSTABLE HANGERS. 
SELF-OIL! NG-NON- DRIPPING. 



tropin i m 1 w in \ ^ -o os nn 


36 


Length 


Inches. 


i i . 








of Boxes. 




' 15-16 


$ 3 S5 


$4 40 


8 5 90 


$ 6 40 


$ 7 20 


3 7 SO 






j% 




1 3-16 


4 60 


5 15 


6 25 


6 70 


7 40 


7 50 






m 


^j 


1 7-16 


5 40 


5 95 


7 0U 


7 50 


8 05 


8 30 








4k 


"3 


1 11-16 


6 25 


6 70 


7 80 


8 30 


8 75 


9 00 








9 


- 


1 15-16 


8 35 


9 10 


9 90 


10 70 


11 45 


12 25 


$13 00 


814 05 




9% 




2 3-16 


10 15 


11 20 


12 20 


12 95 


33 80 


15 00 


16 10 


17 10 




103^ ' 


c 


2 7-16 


12 65 


13 45 


14 40 


15 62 


16 80 


18 10 


19 30 


21 40 


$24 70 


i2y 8 


M ■ 


2 11-16 


15 80 


16 55 


18 40 


19 20 


20 30 


21 95 


24 20 


27 30 


32 65 


V 


2 15-16 


18 70 


20 10 


21 65 


23 10 


24 20 


26 15 


28 10 


31 55 


36 95 


12% 


5 


3 3-16 


20 40 


23 75 


25 45 


26 90 


28 10 


30 40 


32 35 


35 90 


41 40 


13K 


~ 


3 7-16 




30 40 


32 75 


34 70 


36 25 


39 00 


41 35 


45 25 


51 50 


UH 


P 


3 15-16 




37 45 


39 80 


41 45 


43 30 


46 00 


49 15 


51 50 


57 00 


15% 




4 7-16 




50 70 


51 48 


52 62 


54 60 


56 95 


60 05 


63 95 


70 95 


17 




{ 4 15-16 




56 15 


58 50 


61 20 


64 75 


69 40 


75 65 


82 70 


106 00 


20% 



ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED FROM LARGE STOCKS. 



-T^^" 



70 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Wick-Oiling Double Brace Ball 
and Socket Drop Hangers. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 71. 

These hangers are true Ball and Socket, the 
radius of the ball being struck from the center of the 
shaft, which is not the case in many other makes. 

These are self-oiling, the oil being conveyed to the 
shaft by wicking which passes from the reservoir 
along the shaft, thus feeding the oil the entire length 
of the bearing. 

The supply of oil can be governed by the number 
of strands of wicking. 

The boxes are faced off at the ends. 

Lateral adjustment is secured by means of the 
slotted holes in the base of banger. 



OCT NO. 65. WlCK-OlLING DOUBL3I 

•Brace Ball and Socket 

Dbop Hangers. 



Wick-Oiling Double Brace 
Screw Drop Hangers. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 71. 

These hangers are similiar to the Wick-Oiling Ball 
and Socket Hangers, except as to the adjustments. 

They have all the movements of the ball and 
socket, and, in addition, are supplied with lateral 
adjusting screws in the sides of the boxes, by wfeicfe 
the shaft can be accurately lined up. 




Cut Ha .«$. Wick-oilihg doxjbl* 

&RACB SCREW &ROF HAH GEES* 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



71 



WICK-OILING DOUBLE BRACE DROP HANG- 
ERS AND FLOOR STANDS. 

BALL AND SOCKET, (Per Cut 65.) 
SCREW HANGER, (Per Cat 66j 

Adjustable in All Directions, Self-Oiling, Babbitted Bearings. 

DESCRIPTION ON PAGE TO. 



Diameter of Shaft 


lVie 
6 


Hl/16 

7 


U5/16 
8 


23/16 
9 


27/16 
10 


2H/16 
11 1 


215/16 
12 


33/ ia 


Length of Bearing 


12 


Diameter of Shaft 


37/ W 
12* 


3H/16 
13 


315/16 
14 


43/16 
14* 


47/16 
15 


411/16 
15* 


415/16 
16 




Length of Bearing 





For longer Bearings see Page 63*. 





Scrbw Hanger. 



Ball AMD Sockxt. 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher. 



Diameter. 

of 

Shaft. 



BALL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 



Price- 



Cipher. 



Accolade ..... 

Aecolent v . 

Accorder 

Accosted 

Accosting ..#. 
Accounted... 



Actouple.. 
Accoutre .. 
Accretion.. 
Accroach .. 

Accumb o.. 
Accuracy.. 
Accurodic . 
Accursed , . 



Accusable . 
Accusers... 
Accusing . . 
Accustom. . 
Acedura . . . 
Acerola.... 
Acerrate... 
Acetify.... 
Aceiase.... 
Aching.... 



Acicalar.. 
Acidness.. 
Acology.. 
Acolyte... 



*S.«5 

5 40 

5 65 
590 

6 40 

5 50 

5 75 

6 00 

i 25 

6 so 

6 75 

7 05 
7 35 

6 10 
6 30 
6 50 
6 70 

6 00 

7 10 
7 50 
700 
940 

10 90 

7 20 
7 45 
7 70 
7 95 



17/16 



111/16 



lU/ja 



as/* 



*4 

27 
30 



$650 


6 70 


6 95 


720 


7 45 


7 7o 


7 00 


7 20 


7 45 


7 7o 


7 95 

8 20 


!« 


8 70 


7 50 


7 70 


7 95 
8- 20 


! 4 * 


8 70 


«95 


9 20 


10 70 


12 30 


8 so 


8 75 


9 00 


. 9 30 



Acreage. 

Acrebite. 

Acrid. 

Acridity. 

Acrimony. 

Acritude. 

Acrogen. 

Actingly. 

Actively. 

Actuary. 

Actuate. 

Aculeate. 

Aculeous. 

Acumen* 

Ad acted. 

Adafina. 

Ad alia. 

Adamite. 

Adapter. 

Adatis. 

Addeem. 

Addibie. 

Additive. 

Addle. 

Adduce. 
Adducent. 
Adequate. 
Adherence. 



We are prepared to furnish 25-inch, 28-inch, 31 -inch and 37-inch drop, and all intermediate 
drops from 6. inches to 24 inches. 

Cas furnish Hangers lor all tntenaedlau sixes of shaft, a| price of ceareat si 



72 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher. 



Price.* 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft. 



BALL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 



Price., 



Cipher. 



Aconite 

Acopar 

Acquest 

Acquirer 

Acquist 

Acrasy 

Adjusted 

Adjutant 

Ad.mred 

Admitter* 

Admix 

Adnate 

Adoptive 

Adorable , 

Adoreth 

Adorning 

Adragant 

Adratat , 

Adultness , 

Aduncity 

Adustion a. . 

Advenir 

Advent 

Advertent 

Advisary 

Advocacy 

Adze 

Aeration 



Aerolite . 
Aerology . 
Aeronaut . 
Affadir... 
Afiame;.. 

Affear 

Affected- 
Affection . 
Afferent.. 
Affiance .. 
Affied 



Affiliate.... 
Affinity.... 

Afflict 

Affluence.. 

Afflux 

Affoier 

Afforded... 

Affray 

Ajutage ... 
Akimbo ... 
Alabaster.. 

Alabuga... 
Alacrity . . , 
Aladag ... 
Alagate.... 
Alantine... 
Alarment. . 
Alarming., 
Alarmist... 

Alavi 

Alfcacete... 
Aibeuve . 



$8 20 
8 50 

8 00 

9 30 
11 10 
13 00 

830 
8 60 

8 95 

9 30 
965 

10 00 
10 40 
10 80 

13 00 

14 00 

15 10 

9 4° 
9 80 
10 20 

10 60 

11 00 

11 5° 

12 00 

14 5° 

15 80 
17 10 

10 so 

11 00 * 
xi 50 

12 00 

12 50 

13 00 
•360 

«4 SO 

16 00 
'7 So 
19 10 

>3 40 

13 90 

14 40 

14 90 

15 40 
»5 90 

16 60 

17 SO 

19 00 

20 50 

22 10 

16 80 
'7 35 

17 90 
•8 45 
'9 05 
'9 0S 
20 25 
208s 

23 OO 
23 40 
34.9P 



8 3/16 



*Vl« 



2 H/16 



2 i-Vie 



3 3/ 16 



3 Vie 



27 
30 



30 

36 



24 

27 
36 



24 
27 

36 



27 
36 



3 2 
36 



$960 
990 

10 20 
xo 50 

12 20 

14 00 

10 10 
10 40 

10 70 

11 00 



12 20 
12 60 
14 00 
«S 40 
17 00 

11 80 



13 20 

13 00 

14 00 

15 80 
17 60 
»9 50 

13 00 
«3 30 
1360 
»3 90 
1430 

14 70 

15 10 
'5 So 
»7 So 
'9 5o 

21 50 

16 00 

16 40 
1680 

17 20 

17 60 

18 00 
iS 50 

19 00 

20 60 

22 20 

23 80 

20 00 

20 50 

21 OO 

21 50 

22 OO 

22 OO 

23 20 

23 80 

24 SO 

25 80 

26 9° 



Adhesion. 

Adieu. 

Adipous. 

Adject. 

Adjudge. 

Abjure. , 

Affright 

Aff-use. 

Affusion* 

Afresh. 

Aftolar. 

Agalaxy. 

Agalma. 

Agaraist 

Agape. 

Agarerib. 

Agatize. 

Aggerose. 

Aggrace. 

Aggress. 

Aggrieve. 

Aggroup. 

Aghast. 

Agility. 

Agister. 

Agistant 

Agitation, 

Aglet. 

Agnail. 
Agneler. 

Agonism. 

Agonize. 

Agramut. 

Agrestic. 

AgTostis. 

Aguish. 

Aidance. 

Aidless. 

Aignan. 

Aigulet 

Aileron. 

Ailment. 

Airball. 

Aircell. 

Airgun. . 

Airholes. 

Aiding. 

Aliment. 

Aliped. 

Aliquant. 

Alitor*. 

Alkahest 

Alkaloid. 

Alkanet. 

AllaniteS 

Allatrate. 

Allective. 

Allegretto. 

Allemand. 

Allocation. 

Allodial. 



, -•— — ■ ■ 2 ■■ ■ * j* 

We are prepared to furnish 25. inch, 28-inch, 31. inch and 37. inch drop, and all intermediate 
drops from 6 inches to .24 inches. 

Can furnish Hangers for all intermediate sizes of shaft, at prices of nearest size H»te& 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON 



73 



SCREW HANGERS. 



Cipher. 



Price. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft 



BAIL AND SOCKET. 



Drop. 






Albicore.... 
Alborace .. . 
Albugine ... 
Alcahest.... 

Alcala 

Alchemy.... 

Aldego 

Aldern 

Ale*berry ... 
Alecost 

Aleconner.. 
Alegrana ... 
Alembic .... 

Alenois 

Alesage .... 

Alfet 

Algalie 

Alganon.. .. 

Algates 

Algid 

Algidity.... 

Algific 

Algorism ... 
Alidade.,... 
Alienate.... 

Aliform 

Alight 

Amative... . 
Amatory. . . . 

Amazedly .. 
Amazing ... 
Ambages ... 
Ambient.... 
Ambiguity . 
Ambition ... 
Ambitude .. 
Ambulant .. 
Amenable .. 

Amenance .. 
Amending.. 
Amenity.... 
Amentum . 

Ame*se 

Amicable... 
Amid ....... 

Amidst 

Amnesty.... 

Amodier,... 
Amollir .... 

Amoret 

Amorous ... 
Amorphe... 
Amortise ... 

Ample 

Ampliate ... 
Amplifier... 



$i3 50 

19 25 

20 CO 

20 75 

21 50 

22 25 

23 o° 

24 50 

25 SO 

26 50 

19 80 

20 70 

21 60 

22 50 
^3 40 

24 30 

25 20 

26 70 

27 60 
2$ so 

23 40 

24 30 

25 25 

26 20 

27 «5 

2$ 10 
20 50 
30 45 
3» 40 

26 00 

27 00 
2$ 00 

29 00 

30 CO 
3» 00 

32 00 

33 00 

34 00 

'S 30 

29 35 

30 40 
3« So. 

32 60 

33 70 

35 00 

36 40 

37 80 

3» 00 
^ '5 

33 30 

34 SO 

35 70 
3690 
33 40 

40 00 

41 60 



3 "/it 



3% 



*Vlj 



4Vi6 



4 Il/ ld 



4 15/je 



i3 



3« 



iS 



24 

27 

It 

18 



24 
27 

iS 



24 
27 



27 



24 

27 

36 



Price. 



$32 CO 

aa 60 

»3 20 
*3 90 

34 60 
*S 30 

30 CO 
37 CO 

28 CO 

39 CO 
34 CO 

24 70 

«5 40 

26 10 
26 90 
37 70 
33 50 
*9 So 
30 SO 
3» So 

37 OO 

38 OO 

29 00 

30 00 

31 00 

32 00 

33 00 

34 00 

35 00 



39 50 
30 so 
3' 50 

32 50 

33 So 

34 50 

35 50 

36 50 

37 50 

32 00 

33 00 

34 00 

35 00 

36 00 

37 00 
3850 

40 00 
4' 50 

35 00 

36 00 

37 00 
3» 00 
39O0 

40 00 

41 80 
43 00 
45 50 



Cipher, 



Allonge. 

Alloquy. 

Allotted. 

Allotment. 

Allowance 

Allumettc. 

Alluvial. 

Almady. 

Almagest. 

Almagra, 

Almendra. 

Almery, 

Aloeticat. 

Alogy. 

Aloof. 

Alopecy. 

Alpeslre. 

Alphenic, 

Alterant. 

Altercate, 

Alterity. 

Altitude. 

Aludel. 

Alveary. 

Alveated. 

Alveolar. 

Am&dine. 

Amputate. 

Amuck. 

Amulet. 

Amusable. 

Amusing. 

Amyline. 

Anacarde, 

Anagalis. 

Analogy. 

Analeme. 

Analogy. 

Analysis. 

Analyze. 

Anapest. 

Anaphora, 

Ancestor. 

Ancestral. 

Anchorite, 

Anchovy. 

Ancolic. 

Andante. 

Androjd. 

Anemone, 

Anent. 

Angelic. 

Angelot. 

Anglais, 

Anglers. 

Anglican. 



We are prepared to furnish 25-inch, 28- inch, 3»-iach and 37-ioch drop, apd all intermediate 
dtcps from 6 inches' to 34 inches. 

Can f uroiah Hangers for ail intermediate size* 0/ thaft, at price of nearest «lxe listed 



74 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Ring-Oiling 

Single Brace Drop Hangers 

and Floor Stands. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICK LIST 8EE PAGE 75. 

These bangers are similar in design to our Sin- 
gle Brace Wick-Oiling, except that the box is pro- 
vided with ring-oiling device. 

This box is folly described under the head ol 
Double Brace Ring- Oiling Hangers. 



CtSTNOiSl. RING- OILING SINGLE BRACE 

Drop Hanger and Floor Stands. 



Wick-Oiling Single Brace Drop 
Hangers and Floor Stands. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 75. 

These hangers are adjustable in all directions, vertical 
adjustment being obtained by means of the adjusting 
screws, and lateral adjustment by means of the slotted 
holes in the base of the hanger. 

These hangers possess a very valuable feature in being 
provided with an elongated recess in the box, by which 
the bearing adjusts itself to the shaft when the hanger 
does not come perpendicular to the shaft. 
• They are 6elf-oiHng, the oil being conveyed to the shaft 
by means of wicking; which passes from the reservoir 
along the shaft, thus feeding the oil the entire length of 
the bearing. 

The supply of oil can be governed by the number of 
Strands of wicking. 

The. boxes are faced off at the ends. 




Oct No. 52. Wick t Oiling sin- 
gle Brace Drop Hangers 
and Floor stands. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



75 



SINGLE BRACE DROP HANGERS AND 
FLOOR STANDS. 

RING OILING, (PER CUT No. 51.) 
WICK OILING, (PER CUT No. 53.) 

Adjustable in All Directions, Self-Oiling Babbitted Bearings* 

DESCRIPTION ON PAGE ?4. 





WICK OILING. 








Diameter of Shaft 


13/16 


17/16 


1H/16 


HVl6 I 23/16 


27/tt, 


Length of Bearing 


5 


6 


7 


8 1 9 


10 


Diameter of Shaft 


2H/16 


213/ 16 


33/16 


37/16 


3H/16 
13 


313/tt 


Length of Bearing 


11 


12 


12 


I2>i 


14 



For longer bearings see page 54 



RING OILING. 



Diameter of Shaft 


| 13/16 


1'/16 


Hl/16 


113/16 


23/16 


•27/ ia 


Length of Bearing 


1 6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Length over all 


I 8* 


HK 


9* 


10 


11* 


12* 


Diameter of Shaft 


211/16 


215/ie 


33/16 


37/16 


3H/16 


313/16 


Length of Bearing • 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 




I 13* 


14* 


15* 


i6* . 


17* 


id 







Length of bearing of Ring Oilers can not bo changed. 





Wick Oiling. 



Ring OiuNO. 



WICK OILING. 



Cipher 

Befit 

Befitting ... 

Befriend 

Begetter...* 

Begird 

Begone ... 

gegot 

Begotten 

Begrime. ... 

Begrudge 

Rehead 

Behind 

Beholden 



Price. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft 



RING OILING. 



Drop. 



Cipher. 



$2 50 
2 65 

2 SO 

3 oo 
3 20 
3 40 

3 10 
3 30 
3 50 

3 70 
390 

4 10 
440 



13/16 



iVte 



$4 50 
4 65 

4 So 

5 00 
5 20 
5 40 

S 20 
5 40 

5 60 
580 

6 00 
6 20 
6 40 



Belted. 

BemoL 

Bemourn. 

Beneath. 

Benefice. 

Benison. 

Benitier. 
Benoit. 
Benumb. 
Benzoin. 

Bercail. 

Berceau. 

Bereft. 



76 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WICK OILING. 



Cipher. 



Diameter 

of 

Shaft. 





RING OILING. 


Drop. 


Price. 


Cipher. 


8 


$ 6 10. 


Berlue. 


10 


6 30 


Berried. 


12 


6 60 


Berzelite. 


:i' 


6 90 


Beshrew. 


7 20 


Besmear. 


18 


8 10 


Besmoke. 


20 ♦ 


Besoin. 


22 


Besotted. 


H 


8 40 


Besought. 


8 


7 10 


Bespatter. 


IO 


7 30 


Bestial. 


ii 


7 60 


Bitumen. 


3 


790 
8 20 


Bivalve. 


Bivouac. 


iS 


8 50 

880 


Bizarre. 


20 


Blabber. 


22 


9 10 


Blackbov. 


H 


940 


Blackey. 


27 


to 30 


Blackjack. 


30 


11 30 


Blackness. 


36 


12 30 


Blanched. 


8 


8 10 


Blandness. 


10 


8 40 


Blarney. 


13 


8 70 


Blatant. 


\l 


9 00 


Blazer. 


9 30 


Bleakness. 


iS 


9 60 


Bleared. 


20 


9 90 


Bleating. 


22 


to 20 


Blend. 


H 


10 60 


Blending. 


27 


12 OO 


Blest. 


30 


12 7o* v 


Blew. 


36 


«3 So 


Blight. 


10 


9 80 


Blindage. 


12 


10 00 


Blindly. 


li 


10 30 
10 60 


Blinkard. 
Blissful. 


jS 


10 90 


Blister. 


20 


11 20 


Blithely. 
Bloated. 


22 


11 50 

it 80 


2 4 


Blobtale. 


27 


13 80 


Blomary. 


30 


14 50 


Blond. 


36 


15 20 


Bloodless. 


10 


11 00 


Blooming, 


12 


.11 10 

It 00 


Blotchy. 


a 


Blotless. 


11 90 

12 20 


Bluebell. 


iS 


Bluffness. 


so 


12 CO 

12 80 


Blunting. 


22 


Blurting. 


24 


13 10 


Blush. 


27 


15 10 


Blutage. 


30 


10 00 


Boarish. 


36 


169O 


Boaster,, 


to 


12 10 


Boudoir. 


12 


12 40 


Boulette. 


lo 


12 70 


Bouncer. 


13 OO 


Bounty. 



Behoove... 
Belated..., 

Belay 

Belgard ... 

Belgic 

Belief.... 
Believer. . 
Bellicose .. 
Belliger ... 

Beloved . . . 
Beltane.... 
Bestowal.. 
Bestride... 
Betoken. .. 

Betray 

Betroth.... 

Bewail 

Beyond..,. 
Bibber .... 
Biberest. .. 
Bibheart.. 

Biblical.... 

Biceps 

Bichon ... 
Bickering . 
Bicorne.. .. 

Biddy 

Biennial... 
Bientot.... 
Biferous... 

Bifold 

Bigamist.. 
Bigler 

Bigness.... 
Bigoted.... 

Kile 

Bilious. .... 
Bilking.... 
Billowy ... 
Bilobate... 

Binary 

Biology ... 
Biped.... ,. 
Birchrod .. 

Birchen ... 
JBtrchwood 
Birdcall... 
Birdlime .!*. 

Birdseve »• 
Biscotine,. 
Bismuth... 
Bisquain .. 
Biston.... 1 
Bttless .... 
Bitterly.... 

Boastful... 
Bobance .. 
Bobsail.,.* 
Bocage..., 



$ 3 7S 
4 00 
4 ^S 
4 So 

4 80 

5 10 

5 40 
S70 

6 00 

4 65 

4 90 

5 20 

5 80 

6 10 

6 40 
f>7o 

7 00 
790 



S 40 

5 6s 
590 

6 20 

6 50 
680 

7 10 
7 40 



9 80 
10 80 

6 70 

6 95 

7 20 

l e 

S 10 

8 40 
8 70 

to 50 
it 20 

12 OO 

760 

790 

8 20 

8 50 
S So 

9 10 
940 
9 7o 

it 50 

12 20 

13 00 

8 50 
880 

9 10 
940 



1 »/l6 



I »Vl« 



2VW 



» 7/w 



8 «/W 



sw/ie 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



77 



WICK OILING. 



Cipher. 



Bocardo.. 
Bodice.... 
Bodkin ... 
Boggle ... 

Boiling..., 
Bolsson... 
Boite , 



Boldness ... 
Boletic .... 

Bolus , 

Bombance., 
Bombard..., 

Bombic 

Bonbon 

Bondage.... 
Bondsman.. 
Boneless ... 



BoneseL.... 

Bonfire 

Bonify .. . 
Bonjour .... 
Bookcover. . 

Booted 

Bootikin.... 
Bootless.... 

Borable 

Bwacous... 



Bordage,. 
Boreal..., 
Borne.... 
Bornous.. 
Borough. 
Borsella... 
Bosom..., 
Bossage .. 
Botanist. , 
Bother..., 

Bridler... 

Brief 

Briefless.. 
Brigose... 
Brimful... 

S rimless . 
rindle... 
Brinish... 
Briquet... 
Brisket... 



Price. 



Diameter 
-, of 
Shaft. 



*9 7o 
10 00 
10 30 
10 70 

13 50 

»3 30 

14 20 



10 50 

10 90 

11 30 

11 70 

12 IO 
12 SO 
•3 OO 

14 20 

15 20 

16 3O 

12 30 



£ 



17 30 
iS 50 

14 10 

14 00 

15 10 

15 00 

16 10 

16 60 

17 20 

18 OO 

19 10 

30 30 

»5 90 

16 40 

16 00 

17 40 

18 OO 
i8 60 

19 20 

20 00 

21 10 

22 20 



»1V, 6 



33/16 



3 Vie 



311/16 



3 13/16 





RING OILING. 


Drop. 


Price. 


Cipher. 


iS 


$'3 30 
13 00 


Bouquetts. 


20 


Bourse. 


23 


14 00 


Bovine. 


3.4 

*7 


H40 
10 00 


Bowery. 
Bowler. 


30 


17 20 
IS 40 


Boxer. 


36 


Boyhood. 


13 


IS «o 


BraWe. 


3 


15 So 


Bracing. 


«5 90 
16 30 


Bragg. 


18 


Braggart. 
Bragless. 


20 


16 70 


32 


17 10 


Brainless. 


34 


17 60 
t8 80 


Branching. 


37 


Brandish. 


3 ° 


1990 


Braquef. 


36 


31 OO 


brassier. 


13 


17 So 

18 30 
IS80 


Bravado. 
Bravery. 
Brawler, 


\t 


iS 


1930 
19 80 


Brawney. 


20 


Breakage. 
Breasted. 


22 


20 30 
20 SO 


24 


Breather. 


37 


21 SO 


Breathless, 
Brebis. 


30 


33 OO 


h 


»4 00 


Breeches, 


13 


ai 00 


Breeding. 


\t 


31 40 
31 SO 


Brethren. 


Brevity. 


18 


33 30 


Brewing, 


20 


22 60 


Bribelesa.* 


23 


33 00 


Bribery. 


34 


33 SO 


Brickbat. 


37 


34 30 


Brickie. 


30 


35 60 


Brickman. 


36 


37 00 


Brickwork. 


11 


33 00 


Briskness. 


\t 


33 50 


Bristled. 


34 00 


Broadcast. 


iS 


3450 


Broadlv. 


20 


35 10 


Broadness. 


23 


3570 
3030 


Brocade. 


34 


B roc art. 


37 


37 00 

3850 


Broccoli. 


30 


Brodekiq, 


36 


30 00 


Broggle. 



78 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Ring-Oiling Ball and SocketAd- 
justable Post Hangars. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 79. 



Ring-Oiling Ball and Socket Adjustable Tost Uanger6 
havcbearings similar in constrnction to our Ring-Oiling 
Double Brace Ball and Socket Hangers as described on 
page $2. 



GUt No. 57. Ring-Oiling Ball 

4MB Socket Adjustable 

Post Hangers. 



Ring-Oiling Screw Adjustable 
Post Hangers. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 79. 



Ring-Oiling Screw Adjastable Post Hangers have bearings 
similar in construction to our Ring-Oiling Double Brace Screw 
Hangers as described on page 82. except that the lateral ad- 
justment is obtained by means of slotted holes in the bracked 
^greatly facilitating their erection, on posts not in line. 




COT So. $8. Ring-Oiling 
Screw adjustable 

gOfil IlANGKUfl. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



RING OILING ADJUSTABLE POST HANGERS. 

BALL AND SOCKET, Adjustable Vertically, (See Cut No. 57.) 
SCREW SANGER, Adjustable in All Directions, (See Cut No. 68,) 

Babbitted Bearings* 

DESCRIPTION ON PAGE 78. 



Diameter of Shaft 


13/16 


17/16 


Hl/16 


115/l 6 


2-V, 6 


2Vi6 


2H/16 


215/16 


83/15 


Length of Bearing 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


Length over all 


8l/ 4 


8I/4 


91/4 


10 


113/8 


l23/ 8 


133/ 8 


143/s 


163/4 


From center of Shaft to 
back of Hanger 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


7V 2 


7V2 


71/| 



Diameter of Shaft 


3 7 /l6 


a"/* 


315/16 


4-Vie 


47/ir, 


4H/16 


415/is 


57/13 


5lVn 


Length of Bearing 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


22 


24 


Length over all 


163/s 


171/2 


19 


20 


201/2 


22 


231/2 


25 


271/s 


From center ot Shaft to 
back of Hanger 


71/2 


81/2 


81/2 


8V2 


81/2 


81/2 


91/2 


91/s 


91/i 



Length of Bearings can not be changed. 




Screw Hangeb. 




Ball and Socket. 



SCREW HANGERS. 


Diameter 

of 

Shaft 


BALL AND SOCKET. 


Cipher. 


Price. 


Price. 


Ciphef. 


Broiled 


$ 4 8o 

5 40 

6 00 

7 10 

8 30 

9 50 

11 20 

12 90 
ic 60 

- iS 40 

' 20 70 
22 80 
25 OO 
27 20 
3D 30 

33 40 
41 40 
49 70 


1 S/ 16 
1 7/16 

1 H/16 
115/16 

2 S/16 
.2 7/ 18 

2H/16 

2 15/16 

3 3/i 6 
3 7/ ]6 
3U/16 

3 15/16 

4 3/ la 
* 7/ 1& 
4 H/16 

4 15/16 

5 7/ l6 

6 i5/i 6 


«6 40 

7 00 

8 00 
9. 10 

10*20 
11 30 
13 IO 

'5 10 
17 20 
*9 30 
21 ;o 
23 So 
26 00 
28 20 
31 20 
34 20 
42 20 
51 20 


Buffoon. 
Cabalist. 
Caballar. 
Cabanero. 

Cabasset. 


Brokenly 




Brooklet 


Brotherly 

Browbeat 


Brucelle 


Caboche. 

Cabotage. 

Cabriole. 

Cabrank. 

Cabrero. 

Cabstand* 

Cachet. 

Cackler. 

Cactus. 

Cad also. 

Cadaver. 

Cadbate. 




Brulable 




Brumal 


Brunette 




Bruteness 


Buccan 

Buckram...... 

Buckskin.... .,, 


Bucolic. . . . . k 





Can furnish Ktof ers for til intermediate sizes of shaft, at price of nearest 6ize listed. 



^P' 



80 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



POST 



HANGERS 




ADJUSTABLE POST HANGERS. 

SELF-OILING— NO N- DRIPPING. 



Size of Shaft. 


Length of Boxes. 


Distance from 
Back to Center. 


Price. 


1 3-16 


7% 




% 4 55 


1 7-16 


sy 8 




5 15 


1 11-16 


9 


4% 


6 50 


1 15-16 




7 70 


2 3-16 


5 


9 70 


2 7-16 


5 


12 25 


2 11 16 


5% , 


15 50 


2 15-16 


12% 

14M 


5% 


19 45 


3 3-16 


eg 


24 85 


3 7-16 


31 45 


3 11-16 


15 


^4 

9K 

1<% 


38 50 


3 15-16 


15% 


45 60 


4 7-16 


17 


53 10 


4 15-16 


20% 

24K 
26H 


60 60 


5 7-16 




77 40 


5 15-16 




94 00 



ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED FROM LARGE STOCKS. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



81 







Wick-Oiling Ball and Socket Ad* 
justable Post Hangers, 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 82. 

Wick-Oiling Ball and Socket Adjustable Post Hangers 
have bearings similar in construction to our Wick\Oiling 
Double Brace Ball and Socket Hangers, as described on 
page 8^ 



CtrrNo.59. Wick Oiling Ball 

and Socket Adjustable 

Post Hangers. 



Wick-oiling screw adjust- 
able POST HANGERS. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 82. 



Wick-Oiling Screw Adjustable Post Hangers have bear- 
ings similar in construction. to our Wick-Oiling Double Brace 
Screw Hangers as described on Pager 84. except that the 
lateral adjustment is obtained by means of slotted holes in 
the bracket, greatly facilitating their erection on posts not 
In line. 




Out No. 60. Wick-Oiling 

Screw Adjustable 

Post Hangers. 



« 



82 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WICK OILING ADJUSTABLE POST HANGERS. 

BALL AND SOCKET, Adjustable Vertically, (See Cut No. 59.) 
SCREW HANGER, Adjustable in All Directions, (See Cut No. 60.) 

Self-Oiling, Babbitted Bearings. 

DESCRIPTION ON PAGE ?8. 



Diameter of Shaft 


13/16 


17/16 


1»/16 


UVl6 


23/16 


27/16 


2H/16 


215/ie 


33/16 


Length of Bearing 


6 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


12 


From center of Shaft to 
back of Hanger 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


6 


71/2 


71/2 


71/2 


Diameter of Shaft 


37/J6 


3U/16 


315/ 16 


43/ie 


4Vl6 


411/16 


415/ie 


57/16 


515, 15 


Length of Rearing 


' 121/2 


13 


14 


141/2 


15 


151/2 


16 


17 


18 


From center of Shaft to 
back of Hanger 


71/2 


8i/2 


81/2 


8V2 


81/2 


81/2 


. 91/2 


91/2 


9V2 



For longer Bearings see page 63. 




Screw Hanger. 




Ball and Socket. 



SCREW HANGERS. 


Diameter 

of 

Shaft 


BALL AND SOCKET. 


Cipher. 


Price. 


Price. 


Cipher, 




$3 30 

| 3 90 

4 SO 

S3© 

6 20 

7 20 

8 50 
10 00 
12 00 
14 00 
16 00 
1$ 00 
20 00 
22 50 
2£oo 
28 00 
3 2 So 

3_& 00 


1 3/ 16 
1 7/ 16 
1 H/16 

1 15/16 

2 3/, 6 

2 7/J6 
55 H/16 

3 15/16 
3 3/,6 

3 7/i6 
3 11/J6 
3 15/ie 

4 3/ 16 

4 7/16 
411/16 
4 15/16 

5 7/ 16 
5 15/16 


$4 80 

s 40 

6 10 

6 90 

7 80 
880 

10 40 

12 OO 
14 80 

16 So 
18 60 

20 80 

23 30 

25 70 

28 75 
33 So 
39 JO 


Calepino. 


Cadence 

Caducity. 

Cafard 

Caftan 


Calfat. 

Calidity. 

Caliente. 

Callbell. 

Callbird. 




Callboy. 


Caitiff. 


Callcard. 




Calmly. 




Calmness. 




Caltrops. 
CalYish. 






Calvitie. 




Calyx. 




Cambist. 


Calcium.... 

Cakule 


Cambrel. 
Camelot. 
Campaign, 







Can furnish Hangers for all intermediate sizes of shaft, at price of nearest size listed* 



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Rigid Pillow Blocks 



Self-Oiling Rigid Pillow Block 
Bearings Machine-Reamed and Faced 



Price List 



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12.50 


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33.00 


4, 7 , ; & i l A 


21.80 


46.00 


41,1 & 5 


26.40 


62.00 



Adjustable Ball and Socket Post Hangers 




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Double 


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Double 




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$ 5.00 


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9.05 


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9.20 


9.75 


11.20 


11.75 


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12.20 


13.00 


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15 . 60 


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14.15 


14.95 


1 7 . 55 


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17.95 


19.00 


26.25 


27.30 


3ft-* sy 2 


18.40 


19.45 


2S.60 


29.65 


3U & 3^ 


24.25 


25.45 


32.85 


34.05 


3H & 4 


27.50 


2S.70 


34.60 


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32 55 


34.10 


40.65 


42.20 


4f| & 5 


44.45 


46.40 


56.85 


58.80 



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WICK-OILING SCREW 

ADJUSTABLE PILLOW 

BLOCKS, 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE VAGE 85. 

These Pillow Blocks are adjustable in every direc- 
tion and are similar to our single brace hanger. They 
are furnished with automatic wick-oiling babbitted 
bearings. The entire surface of the bearing is babbit- 
ted, there being no rib to come in contact with the 
shaft. The ends of the boxes are faced off in lathe 
after being babbitted. These Pillow Blocks may be 
inverted and used as short drop hangers. 



Cut No. 61. Wtcs -Oiling Screw 
Adjustable pillow blocks. 




GIRDER HANGERS, 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 85. 

These Hangers are used when it is neces- 
sary to have an intermediate bearing 
between posts. They are neat in ap- 
peararsce, and are very rigid, being firmly 
held near the bearing by wrought iron guys. 

When ordered with Post Hangers they are 
fitted and bolted to same. 



(PATENTED.) 



iQpT Ka 27. GntPER Ranges*. 




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RING-OILING BALL AND SOCKET PILLOW 
BLOCKS. 

BABBITTED BEARINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 87 . 

These Pillow Blocks are extra heavy, the lengths of bearings being fonr (4) times the 
diameter of the shaft, and are true Ball and Socket, the radius of the ball being struck from 
the center of the shaft, which is 
not the case in many other 
makes. 

They are supplied with ring- 
oiling device, which consists of 
rings which pass around the 
shaft and down into the reser- 
voir. . 

These rings revolve with the 
shaft, and continually convey a 
generous amount of oil to the 
bearings. 

The reservoir is large, and 
holds a good supply of oil. 

The boxes are faced off at the 
ends. 

These are oil saving bearings, 
the boxes being furnished with a 
wiper which wipes the oil from 
the shaft at the ends of the bear- 
ings, causing it to return to the 
reservoir from whence it is again 
used. 

There is a plug in the bottom 
of the reservoir which can be re- 
moved should it be necessary to 
drain out the oil. 

We can furnish these pillow blocks with or without base plates* (See lists.) 




Cut No. 



Ring- Oiling Ball and Socket Pillow 
Blocks. 



WICK-OILING 



PILLOW 



BALL AND SOCKET 
BLOCKS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 87. 

fflieee Pillow Blocks are very substantially constructed, have extra long bearings, the entire 

surface of which is babbitted* 
there being no ribs to come 
in contact with the 6haft, 
and the ends of boxes" are 
faced off in lathe after being 
babbitted. They are self- 
oiling, and one filling of 
reservoir will lubricate' the 
bearing for from six to twelve 
months, depending on the 
speed at which the shaft is 
run. The illustration shows 
Pillow Block on base plate. 
The base plate gives both 
lateral and vertical adjust- 
ment, and greatly facilitates 
keeping the shaft accurately 
in line. This Pillow Block is 
easy to line up, as the bear- 
ing adjusts itself to the lino 
of the shaft. We can tarnish 
these Pillow Blocks with or 
without base plates. 




CUT NO, 29. Wick -oiling Ball and Socket Pillow 
Blocks. 



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RIGID PILLOW BLOCKS. 

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FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 89. 
(PATENTED.) 




Cut No. 30. Rigid Pillow Blocks. 
Our Pillow Block is a new departure in this line. The entire surface of 
tne bearing is babbitted, there being no ribs to come in contact with the shaft, 
and the ends of Pillow Blocks are faced off in lathe after being babbitted. The 
oil reservoir is on top, which does away with the annoyance of removing the 
cap from its bearings for inspection. The oil is fed by siphonic action, and the 
wick running paraLel with the bearings feeds the oil its entire length. The 
wick can be easily replaced. They do not require a special kind of wick ; hemp 
twine or the like will answer; and the feed can be governed by the number of 
strands, and one filling of reservoir will lubricate bearings for from six to 
twelve months, according to speed at which shaft is run. These Pillow Blocks 
are furnished with two slotted holes in base which give lateral adjustment. 
We can furnish these Pillow Blocks arranged for vertical shafts at price of reg- 
ular Pillow Blocks. (See cut No. 31.) 



VERTICAL SHAFT 
BOX. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE LIST ON RIGID 
PILLOW BLOCKS, PAGE 89. 

These Boxes are made like the Rigid 
Pillow Blocks except that the reservoir is 
arranged for the box to be used in a verti- 
cal position. 




Cut No. 31. Vertical Shaft Box. 



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SLOTTED BRACKETS. 

FOR PRICE lisT SEE PAGE 91 . 

We also furnish a Slotted Bracket, to which 
a pillow block may be attached for use where 
it is desirable to get a longer extension from 
wall or post than can be obtained by using a 
yigid or adjustable post hanger. The price list 
is on the bracket only. When ordering state 
whether you want common flat boxes, rigid or 
k oaU and socket pillow blocks attached. 



RIGID POST HANGERS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 91. 

"We also make rigid post hangers as shown 
in cut No. 23 furnished with self- oiling box, 
babbitted bearings. While the hanger is called 
a rigid hanger, adjustment can be had vertically 
by means of the slotted holes in back of bracket, 
and laterally through the slotted holes in base 
of pillow block. 



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BRACKET PILLOW 
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FO& PRIGE LIST SEE PAGE 89. 

Self-oiling, the entire surface of the 
bearing is babbitted, there being no ribs to 
come in contact with the shaft, and are 
desirable when it is necessary to run the 
shaft fiearer to the post or wall than will 
be permitted when rigid or adjustable post 
hangers are used. These PiUow Blocks are 
of a very neat design. 



Cur No, 35, Bucket Pnxow Block*. 



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COMMON FLAT BOXES. 



FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 93. 




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contact with the shaft, and the ends of boxes are fa^ed oif in lathe after bab- 
bitting. These boxes are not self-oiling, and are cheaper than the Rigid Pillow 
Blocks. 



SOLID JOURNAL BOXES. 



FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 93. 




Cut No. 33. Solid Journal Boxes. 
Cast all in one piece, bearings bored not babbitted. 



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FLOOR BOXES. 



FOR PEICE LIST SEE PAGE 95. 

For vertical shaft running through floor. They are furnished 
with babbitted, adjustable, self -oiling bearings, and are protected 
against dust by a casing. 



Cut No. 34. Floob 
Boxes. 

STEP BOXES. 

FOB PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 95. 

These Boxes are used at the 
base of upright shafts, are adjust- 
able, and are furnished, with 
brass bearings. 





Cut No. 35. Siep Boxes 

ECCENTRIC BOX. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 96. 

Used for engaging and disengaging friction 
gearing. 



Cut No. 36. Eccentric Box. 



WALL FRAMES. 



FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 95. 



The price list is for the frames only. 

To arrive at the price complete, add 
price of Rigid Pillow Block or Ball and 
Socket Pillow Block, according to the style 
of bearing wanted. 

We can furnish Wall Frames with T>ase 
similar to base plate of Ball and Socket 
Pillow Block shown in cut No. 29, and will 
quote prices on application.' 




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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



ECCENTRIC BOXES. 

SEE- CUT No. 36. DESCRIPTION ON PAGE9*. 



Diameter of Shaft.. 


13/16 


17/16 


1»/16 


H5/16 


23/i 6 


2Vi6 


2"/i6 


2W/16 


Length of Bearing.. 


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6% 


6% 


7* 


7% 


8# 


*H 


9* 




Sanchos 


Sandach 


Sandbar? 


Sanderson 


Sandusky 


Sankey 


Sanwald 


Sargent 




Price 


$8 50 


10 f 


11 50 


13 00 


15 00 


16 50 


18 75 


2150 




SPECIAL FLOOR STANDS. 

Tf ithout Pillow Blocks, but including Bolts to Fasten Pillow 
Blocks. 

See pages 87 an! 89 for prices of Pillow Blocks. 
SEE CUT No. 41. DESCRIPTION ON PAGE 97. 



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28 85 




36 


Captivate 


,39 80 




34 


Candid 


29 00 


4V16 


80 


Caracole 


41 40 




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29 15 




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Caravan 


41 65 


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30 


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30 40 




34 


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41 95 




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30 55 




86 


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42 80 




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30 70 


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80 


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43 90 




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80 85 




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Career 


44 10 


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30 


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32 70 




84 


Cariboo 


44 80 




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Cantlet 


82 90 




86 


Caricous 


44 50 




34 


Canvasser 


83 10 


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30 


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45 60 




36 


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33 30 




82 


Carnival 


45 85 


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30 


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34 80 




84 


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46 15 




82 


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85 00 




36 


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46 45 




34 


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35 20 


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30 


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60 70 




36 


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35 40 




82 


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51 00 


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30 


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86 80 




34 


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51 40 




32 


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37 00 




36 


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•61 80 




84 


Capote 


37 20 


515/16 


80 


Cartrut 


64 50 




36 


Capper 
Caprice 


87 40 




82 


Cartway 


64 85 


43/16 


80 


89 20 




84 


Cashbox 


65 15 




32 


Capsario 


89 40 




36 


Casemate 


65 60 



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FULCRUM STANDS. 




Plain. 






Geared. 


From Center of Shaft to Floor, inches 


30 


82 


31 


36 


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(Price 


13 50 


13 75 


14 25 


14 75 


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Citadel 


Civility 


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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON 



97 



LUMBER TRUCK WHEELS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 39. 

Our Lumber Truck Wheels are very 6trong. The price list includes foor wheels, two 
axles, four boxes and eight bolts for 10-inch timbers. The whee?s run loose on axle, and are 




Cut No. 40. Lumber Truck Wheels. 



ft eld In position by the boxes on inside,and the washers and cotter pin on the outside of wheels. 
Tho prices are based on 3- foot gauge track. When ordering give distance between tracks. 

SPECIAL FLOOR STANDS. 

FOR PRICE LIST OF STANDS SEE PAGE 96 
FOR PRICE LIST OF PILLOW BLOCKS SEE PAGES 87 and 89. 



We furnish these Stands ar« 
ranged to use with Ring-Oil- 
ing Ball and Socket pillow 
blocks, Wick Oiling Ball and- 
Socket- pillow blocks or rigid 
pillow blocks. 

These Stands are made very 
6trong, and are of graceful 
pattern, and are intended 
specially for heavy work. 

They have a wide spread on 
the floor, and a large base 
which makes them very rigid. 

We consider pillow blocks 
of the Ball and Socket type 
as best adapted for use with 
these Stands, as they adjust 
themselves to the shaft, and 
make it very easy to line up. 




Out No. €L adjustable Floob Stands 



98 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




MULE PULLEY 
STANDS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 99. 

A belt in connection with Mule Stand affords 
the best means of transmitting power from 
shaft to shaft which are at an angle with each 
other. We fnrnish these Male Stands with any 
length of shaft and any size pulleys that may 
be wanted. The pulleys run loose on the shaft, 
and are provided with sleeves which give an 
extra long bearing to the pulley. These sleeves 
are the only part subject to wear and can be re- 
placed at any time at a slight cost 



CUT NO. 39. MULE PULLEY STANDS* 



Universal Mule Pulley 
Stands. 

Adjustable in Every Direction. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 99. 

The shafts on which the mule pulleys 
run are fitted with a ball and socket on the 
lower end, which permits the shaft to be 6et 
at any angle and in any direction. 

These stands can be used in connection 
with shafts which are not on the same plane. 




Cut No 64. Universal Mulb PUV 
ley Stands 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




PLAIN MULE PULLEY^STAND. 

SEE CUT No. 89 # 
DESCRIPTION ON PAGE 98. 



Width of Belt, Inches. 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


.' . a 
13 


Diameter of Shaft 


13/16 


IVlg 


HVl6 


1»/M 


Hi/16 


145/16 


1W/16 


.23/,6 


27/16 


Diameter of Pulleys,In. 


10 


10 


12 


14 


14 


16 


16 


18 


20 


Cipher 


Streck 

$25 50 


Street 
28 50 


Studley 


Sturges 


Sullivan 


Sunday 


Swearer 


Sweney 


Swopt 


Price 


34 00 


38 00 


40 00 


46 00 


48 00 


•55 00 


72 90 



Prices include one shaft 4 feet long, two pulleys with face 1 inch-wider than- belt, two sleeves* 
two set collars, top and bottom plates, aad three guy rods. 




UNIVERSAL MULE STANDS. 



SEE CUT No. 64. 
DESCRIPTION ON PAGE 98. 



Wdthof Belt 


3 { 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10" 


13 * 


Diameter of Shaft 


1"/1* 


1»/16 


U*/16 


1H/16 


U«/I6 


23/16 


33/16 


27/16 


2l3/i« 


Sixeof Pulleys 


10x4 


10x5 


12x6 


14x7 


14x8 


16x9 


16x10 


18x11 


20x1) 




Comatose 


Comely 


Comma 


Commons 


Commote 


Compact 


Compare 


Conn act 


Compile 






Price 


$46 00 


47 00 


67 00 


62 00 


64 00 


76 00 


80 00 i 92 00 


112 00 



Prices include one shaft 4 feet long, two pulleys, two sleeves, four sets collars, top and bottom 
plates and two guy rods. 




LUMBER TRUCK WHEELS. 



SEE CUT No. 40. DESCRIPTION ON PAGE 97. 



Diam. of Wheel. 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


' ni *» 
34 ! 


Diameter of Axle 


17/16 


1?/16 . 


1»/16 


1H/I6 


115/16 


ii5/ie 


115/M 


Cipher 


Stacy 


Stafford 


Stalker 


Stamps 


Stanley 


Stark 


Strauss " 


Price...., 


$28 00 


80 00 


35 00 


41 00 


47 00 


53 00 


69 00 



These wheels are very strong and run loose on axles, 
track not over 3 feet gauge and 8 bolts for 10«ioch limbers. 
In ordering giv* tiisjane* **&&*& *sa«ke. 

LofC. 



Prices include 4 wheels, 2 axles 



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100 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGES 101. 

These tighteners are very simply and substantially constructed and are positive in action. 
They are supplied with self-oiling adjustable bearings, and are capable of the very nicest ad- 
justment, as by using the adjusting screws which hold the boxes, the belt can be made to run 
exactly in the center of the pulley. These tighteners are in every way superior to the old style 
Rack and Pinion tightener. We have sold them for year's, and they have given perfect satisfac- 
tion; we can not recommend them too highly. 

We are prepared to furnish tighteners similar to oar cut No. 38, except that they would bo 
provided with flanges and guy rods by which they could be set vertically on floor or suspended 
from ceiling. 

We will be pleased to quote prices on application. 

(PATENTED.) 





No. 38. Sliding Belt Tightener. 
SWINGING BELT 
TIGHTENERS, 

For Price List see Page 101 . 
These tighteners are fur- 
nished with a yoke which 
holds the boxes, and which 
permits of the pulley being 
accurately adjusted in any 
direction 




Cut No. 63. 
Swinging Belt Tightener. 



Out No. 67. Special Belt Tightener, for Heavy WobS- 
For Price List, see Page 101. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




FLY WHEEL. 




FLY WHEEL PULLEY. 



COVERED PULLEYS. 

We are prepared to cover the face ot Pulleys with Rubber Belting of 
Leather, at reasonable prices. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



103 



MILL GEARING. 




SPUR, BEVEL AND MITER GEAR, 

BEVEL MORTISE and PINIONS IN PAIRS 

and SPUR MORTISE GEARS. 



RATCHET WHEELS AND RACKS, 
CUT GEARING. 



PRICES OIV APPLICATION. 



104 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WIRE ROPE SHEAVES. 

RUBBER LINED OR WOOD LINEDGROOVES FOR TRANSMISSION 
TURNED GROOVE SHEAVES TOR HOISTING. 




S&CTIOK of Robber Lined Sheaves. 
PRICES ON APPLICATION. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



105 




Form of Groove for Transmission. 



Form of Groove for Idler- 



ROPE DRIVE SHEAVES. 

Our sheaves are constructed in accordance with the latest and most approved practice, 
with arms proportioned suitably for their duty, and grooves of form calculated* to transmit 
the greatest power without wedging. 

We make machine moulded sheaves up to 72 inch diameter, which insures a uniformity ot 
#ork not to be obtained in any other way. 

We farDish sheaves either whole or split. 

We list sheaves op to 120-inch diameter, but are prepared to quote on larger sizes 00 
application, and are prepared to make plnas and furnish estimates on this ctlJss of work. 

In rope transmission with continuous rope drive of more than one rope it is necessary to 
have an idler or tension sheave, of which we list three styles. 

We are prepared lo furnish estimates on any style tension required for special location*. 



106 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




ROPE DRIVE SHEAVES- Whole, 

Turned, Bored, and Keyseated or) 
Set Screwed. 

For additional Prices for Split Sheaves see page 105. 
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120 60 


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129 30 




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158 60 




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198 00 




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HANGING TENSION-without guides: 

With 30-inch sheave f+t t 

We furnish for this 1 30-inch 1 groove sheave with yoke, shaft > nd boxes, and 100 lbs. of weight*. 



VERTICAL TENSION-with guides. 



Length of Carriage. 


4 feet. 


8 feet. 


is feet. 


fsssa 
16 feck 




$45 50 


$49 OO 


$53 00 


$57 00 



For extra lengths add 56c net, per foot. 

We furnish for this 1 30-inch 1 -groove sheave, with yoke, shaft and boxes,* sheave* and yoke* 
for weight rope ; 100 lbs. of weights and gas pipe guides. 



HORIZONTAL TENSION CARRIAGE. 



Length of Carriage. 


8 feet. 


is feet 


16 feet. 


so tat. 




$94 00 


$96 so 


$111 00 


$114 00 



For extra lengths add 45c net, per foot. 

We furnish for this 2 Angla Iron Tracks for carriage to travel on; 1 3o-inch j -groove sheave 
with carriage shaft and boxes. Carriage so constructed as to allow the she nve to he placed at aiij 
required angle. One sheave and yoke for weight rope, and 100 lbs. of weights. 



SHEAVES AND YOKES-for weight ropes. 



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$3 00 $3 40 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE NICHOLSON PATENT FLANGED FACE 
COMPRESSION SHAFT COUPLING. 




Fig. 2208. 



Diameter of Shaft. 


Length of Coupling. 


Price 


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Inches. 


per Pair. 


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534 


4.75 


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55.00 


5ft 


65.00 


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76.00 



BOX WRENCHES. 



Fig. 2209. 



All regular sizes carried in stock for immedi« 
ate shipment. Special sizes or reducing couplings 
furnished very promptly. 



Prices of intermediate sizes same as next 
larger coupling listed. For reducing couplings, 
take price of coupling for the larger of the two 
shafts and add 20 per cent. 

BOX WRENCHES. 
Sizes and Prices. 




iNo. 


Length 
Wrench. 
Inches. 


Size, Inches, Couplings 
used on : 


Price 
Each, 

Net. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


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16 
18 
21 


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.35 



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THE NICHOLSON PATENT FLANGED FACE 
COMPRESSION SHAFT COUPLING. 




Fig. 2207. 
View Showing Construction of the Nicholson Patent Coupling. 



In design, construction, and general operation it more completely meets the requirements of a first-class 
shaft coupling than any other now upon the market. 

In appearance it resembles the ordinary flanged face coupling. The two half castings are bored taper' 
ing, and have flanges on rim to cover bolt heads and nuts. The outer faces of hubs are closed almost to shaft 
by a rib or projection, through which slots are cut to space the jaws a uniform distance apart and hold them 
in position while coupling is being fixed on the shaft. The steel jaws have double taper, turned to fit bores of 
castings, and are concaved on their inner faces a trifle less than the radius of shaft, which makes the grip 
positive when flanges are drawn up by the bolts. The couplings are fitted so that flanges stand from %\jo% 
of an inch apart when drawn tight with the bolts, thus enabling a trifle larger or smaller size of shaft than gauge 
to be coupled. 

This feature will be readily appreciated by users, in that it allows extra couplings to be carried in stock 
so that in case of an accident they can be immediately applied to shafts which may have become broken or 
twisted off, or another shaft may be coupled on without the necessity of key-seating old shaft or making exact 
measurements to insure a perfectly tight fit. 



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Scotland; F. H. Stromberg, Altena, Germany; Edison Machine Co., Schenectady, N. T.; 
American Tool & Machine Co., Boston, Mass.; Davis & Furber Machine Co., North Andover, 
Mass.; Geo. V. Cressen, Philadelphia, Pa.; Kilburn, Lincoln &Co., Fall River, Mass.; James 
Hnnter & Son, North Adams, Mass.; Union Iron Works, Portland, Oregon ; P. Pryibil, New 
Yoxk City; Clot & Meese, San Francisco, Cal. ; Watson Machine Co., Paterson, N. J. ; Benjamin 
Eastwood, Paterson, N. J.; C. F. McMurray, Troy, N. Y.; E. G. Smysers' Sons, York, Pa. ; 
Fairmonnt Machine Co., Philadelphia, Pa.; August Wolf & Co., Chambersburg, Pa.; Holyoke 
Machine Co., Worcester, Mass. ; Kitson Machine Co., Lowell, Mass. 

A complete stock of 10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,22 and 24-foot lengths always on 
hand. A moderate charge will be made for cutting to other lengths. Special prices made on.. 
63/ie in. to 10 in. diameter, also on -longer than standard lengths. 

Shafting not boxed for shipment without instructions. 




Cut No. 13. Flanged Face Coupling, 



Flanged Faced Couplings. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 117. 
These couplings are very strong. The faces 
are made male and female, and are accurately 
fitted together. They are bolted with hexagon 
head and nut machine bolts. The flanges are 
of sufficient width to protect the heads and nnts 
of bolts. The hnbs are turned and ends of hubs 
faced, and the outside and edges of flanges are 
turned. These couplings are key seated and pro- 
vided with keys. When ordered fitted to shaft 
they are driven in place and keyed, and are 
again faced off while on the-shaft, thus insuring 
a perfect running line. When specially ordered, 
we are prepared to furnish these couplings fin- 
ished as above with turned bolts and reamed holes* 
or turned all over with turned bolts and reamed 
holes. See price list for extra charges. 



COMPRESSION COUPLINGS. 

FOR PRICE LIST SEE PAGES 117 and 118. 

Long and severe tests have proven these couplings to be equal in all respects to any on 

the market. They clamp the shaft with all the direct force of the bolts and, through our 

improved process, by which the bearings are made perfectly straight, hold the ends of the 

shafts parallel with a positive grip. A very desirable feature of this coupling is that it may be 




CtJT NO. 14. COMPRESSION COUPLING. 



Cut No. 15. Compression coupling: 
With Shell. 



'removed and replaced without disturbing the shaft. We also make these couplings w,ith a 
ShfelV or cover (see cut No. 15), which is turned up so as to form a pulley face, on which a belt 
fliay be run. When these couplings are ordered with shafting fitted we fit them to the shaft, 
4Hd"aTter so doing line up and run the shafts between bearTngs in our works to insure a 
perfect running line. 



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119 



DENTAL CLUTCH COUPLINGS. 

FOB PRICE LIST SEE PAGE 118. 

These couplings are valuable where it is desirable to disconnect one part of a line shaft 
And permit the balance to run, and also for use in coupling up line shafts, where, from the 
nature of the surroundings, the shaft is likely to get out of line (as in elevator work, where 
the load in the house is continually -shifting). 




Cut No. 17. Spiral Jaw, 
Left Hand. 



Cut No. 17. Spiral Jaw, 
Right Hand. 



This clutch can be engaged_or disengaged while the shaft revolves at a moderate speed. 

We also furnish these clutches attached to hubs of pulleys, through which attachment 
the Pulley can be stopped or started without throwing oif the belt. This makes a cheap clutch 
pulley that can be thrown in or out at a moderate speed. 

We can furnish either spiral or square jaw clutches at same price. 

In ordering spiral clutches, always state whether they are wanted "right" or "left 
hand." (see cuts.) 

UNIVERSAL COUP- 
LINGS. 

These couplings are of suitable strength 
to transmit full power of shafts for which 
they are designed, and will operate at an 
angle of 25 degrees. 

We will be pleased to quote prices on 
Cut No. 50. application. 

UNIVERSAL COUPLINGS. 





Cut No. 18. plain 
Collar. 



SET COLLARS. 



FOR PRICES SEE PAGE 121 



We make two styles of collars— the plain 
collar, as shown in cut No. 18, and the safety 

collars, in which the set screws are protected ^ Nq j9 s^F^Tt 
by flanges, as shown in. cut No. 19. Collar. 




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PATENT SAFETY COLLARS. 





Split. 



SIZE. 


PRICE 


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Accurately 
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The above cut is a sectional view of the Stow Flexible Shaft. 
Fig. 1, Complete Shaft; Fig. 2, Construction of Core; Fig. 8. 
Hand Piece; Fig. 4, Head Piece; A A, Leather and Wire Case; 
B, Core; C, Cord for Tightening Belt; D, is Driving Belt. Core 
B must be kept well lubricated with lard oil, tallow or other 
animal oil. Never use mineral oil. 

Throughout this Catalogue, and in all correspondence, the 
term Flexible Shaft means the Shaft only, as shown in this cut. 




PRICE LIST OF FLEXIBLE SHAFTS 



AS PER ABOVE CUT 



Selling Nos. 

Diameter of Core in inches. . 

Length of Shaft in feet 

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Price per foot extra 1.80 2.40 2.70 3.IKI 3.75 4.50 5.25 ,8.25 12.00 16 00 

Cores can be wound to run left as well as right handed if desired, but neither will 
♦ransmit their maximum power when run backward. 



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STANDARD STEAM, GAS, AND WATER PIPE. 



BLACK AND CALVAN1ZED. 






Revised List adopted February 15, 1900. Subject to change without uotice 



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36 


154 


3 61 


m 


2^ 


57] 


204 


5.74 


.8 


3 


75i 


217 


754 


8 



Extra Strong 

Steam, Gas and Water Pipe. 



S" 


Actual 


Nominal 




.Nominal 


Price 


inches 


d°ame d ter 


insidt 
diameter 


Thickness 


weight 
per toot 


iK 




.405 


.205 


.100 


.29 


$0 11 


l 4 


.540 


.294 


.123 


54 


ii 


% 


.675 


.421 


.127 


74 


ii 


% 


.840 


.542 


149 


109 


12 




105 


.736 


.157 


1.39 


15 


1 


1.315 


951 


.182 


2 17 


90 


154 


1.66 


1.272 


.194 


300 


30 


lko 


190 


1.494 


.203 


363 


3b 


9 


2 375 


1.933 


.221 


5.02 


50 


2% 


2 875 


2 315 


.280 


7.67 


81 


3 


3.500 


2.892 


.304 


10 25 


1 05 


•6% 


4.000 


3 358 


.321 


12.47 


1 33 


4 


4.500 


3.S18 


.341 


14-97 


1 50 


4^ 


5.000 


4.280 


.360 


1822 


1 95 


5 


5.563 


4813 


.375 


2054 


2 16 


6 


6.625 


5.750 


.437 


28 58 


2 90 


7 


7.625 


6625 


500 


3767 


3 80 


8 


8.825 


7.625 


.500 


43.00 


4 30 



Nominal 






Nominal 


Number of 




Price per foot 


Thickness 


weigh, 
per foot 


threads per 










3>* 


■*0 95 


.226 


9.00 


8 


4 


1 08 


.237 


1066 


8 


V6 


1 30 


.246 


12.49 


8 


5 


1 45 


259 


14.50 


8 


6 


1 88 


.280 


18.76 


8 


7 


2 35 


301 


23 27 


8 


8 


2 82 


322 


28.18 


8 


9 


3 40 


.344 


33.70 


8 


10 


I 25 


366 


4000 


8 


11 


4 75 


375 


4500 


8 


12 


5 20 


.375 


49.00 


S 



Double Extra Strong 

Steam, Gas and Water Pipe. 





Actual 


Nominal 




Nominal 






outside 




Thicknes 


^rfoot 


per 




diameter 


diameter 




foot 


H 


84 


.244 


.298 


1.70 


$0 25 


H 


105 


.422 


314 


244 


30 


1 


l v 315 


§87 


.364 


3.65 


37 


IK 


1.66 


885 


.388 


520 


52 


l% 


190 


1088 


.406 


6.40 


65 


2 


2 375 


1.491 


.442 


902 


9E 


2H 


2.875 


1755 


.560 


13 68 


1 37 


3 


350 


2 284 


.608 


18.56 


1 92 


3^ 


400 


2 716 


.642 


22 75 


245 


4 


4 50 


3136 


.682 


27.48 


2 85 


4^ 


5.00. 


3564 


.718 


32.53 


3 30 


5 


5563 


4 063 


.75 


38.12 


3 80 


6 


6 625 


4.875 


.875 


5311 


5 30 


7 


7 625 


5875 


875 


6238 


6 25 


8 


8625 


6 875 


875 


7162 


7 20 



Extra Strong and Double I 
random lengths and plain ends t 



Double Extra Strong will be shipped in random lengths 
and plain ends unless otherwise ordered. 



Cutting Standard Threads on Wrought Iron Pipe. 



Cutting 


Lock-nitt Threads 


Gil 


Wrought 


Iron 


Pipe 




Size, inches. . . 
Price, each. . . 


1 10c 1 10c 1 10c 1 10c | 


12c 


i)i 1 1>2 1 2 
14c 1 16c | 20c 


2% 1 3 

30c | 40c 


|3fc| 
I 50c | 


4 

TCk. 



126 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



TABLE OF DIMENSIONS OF 



EXTRA STRONG WROUGHT IRON PIPE. 















Length of 


Length ol 








Nominal 


Actual 


Actual 




Inside 


OTitRidw 


Pipe per 


Pipe per 








Inside 


Inside 


Outside 


Thickuess. 


Circam- 


Circum- 


Square Foot 


Square Foot 








Diameter. 


Diameter 


Diameter. 




ference. 


ference. 


of Inside 
Surface. 


of Outside 
Surface. 






Foot. 


Inches. 


Inches. 


Inches. 


Inch. 


Inches. 


Inches 


Feet. 


Feet. 


Sq. Inches. 


Sq. Inches. 


Pounds. 


r? 


20 


40 


.10 


.64 


1 27 


18.63 


9.43 


08 


.12 


.29 


29 


.54 


.12 


.92 


1.69 


12.98 


7.07 


.06 


.22 


.54 


K 


.42 


67 


.12 


1.32 


2.12 


9.07 


5.65 


.13 


.35 


.74 


v% 


54 


84 


.14 , 


1.70 


2 63 


7 04 


4.54 


.23 


.55 


1.09 


% 


.73 


1.05 


.15 


2.31 


3.29 


?.10 


3.63 


45 


.86 


1.39 


i 


95 


1.31 


.18 


2.98 


4.13 


4.01 


2 90 


71 


1.35 


2.17 


iH 


1 27 


1 66 


.19 


3.99 


5.21 


3.00 


2.30 


1.27 


2.16 


8.00 


V/z 


1.49 


1.90 


.20 


4.69 


5.96 


2.55 


2.01 


1.75 


2.83 


3.63 


2 


1.93 


-2 37 


22 


6.07 


7 46 


1.97 


1.60 


2.93 


4.43 


5.02 


2^ 


2.31 


2 8> 


28 


7.27 


9.03 


1.64 


1.32 


4.20 


6.49 


7.67 


3 


2.89 


3 50 


.30 


9.08 


10.99 


1.32 


1 00 


6.56 


9.62 


10.25 


3K 


3.35 


4.00 


32 


10.54 


12.56 


1.13 


.95 


8.85 


12.56 


12.47 


4 


3.81 


4.50 


34 


11.99 


14.13 


1. 00 


84 


11.44 


15.90 


14.97 


±% 


4.25 


5.00 


35 


13.35 


15 71 


.90 


.76 


14.18 


19 63 


17.60 


5 


4.81 


5.56 


.37 


. 15.12 


17.47 


79 


.68 


18.19 


24.30 


20.54 


6 


5.75 


6.62 


.43 


18.06 


20.81 


66 


.57 


25.93 


34.47 


28 58 


7 


6 62 


7.62 


.50 


20.81 


23.95 


.58 


50 


34.47 


45.66 


37.60 


8 


7.50 


8.62 


.56 


23.56 


27.10 


.51 


.44 


44.18 


58.42 


47.85 



Extra Strong and Double Extra Strong Pipe is always shipped without threads or couplings, unless 
otherwise specified. 

Threads and Couplings on extra stroug pipe are always charged extra. Quotations will not cover them 
unless they are clearly specified in requests for prices. 

For prices see latest current lists. 

TABLE OF DIMENSIONS OF 

DOUBLE EXTRA STRONG WROUGHT IRON PIPE. 















Length of 


Length of 








Nominal 


Actual 


Actual 




Inside 


OutsJde 


Pipe per 


Pipe per 






Nominal 


Inside 


Inside 


Outside 


Thickness. 


Circum- 


Circum- 


Square Foot 


Square Foot 






Weight 


Diameter. 


Diameter 


Diameter. 




ference. 


ference. 


of Inside 
Surface. 


of Outside 
Surface. 






per Foot. 


% 


.23 


.67 


.22 


.73 


2.12 


15.69 


5.65 


04 


36 


.96 


Vz 


.24 


.84 


.29 


.76 


2.63 


15.66 


4.54 


.04 


55 


1.50 


% 


.42 


t.05 


.31 


1.32 


3.29 


9.04 


3.63 


13 


.86 


2.30 




.58 


1.31 


.36 


1.84 


4.13 


6.50 


2.90 


.27 


1.35 


3.40 


iM 


.88 


1.66 


.38 


2.78 


5.21 


4.31 


2.30 


.61 


2.16 


5.00 


l M 


1.08 


1.90 


.40 


3.41 


5.96 


3.51 


2.01 


.93 


2.83 


6.45 


2 


1.49 


2.37 


.44 


4.68 


7.46 


2.56 


1.60 


1.74 


4.43 


9.00 


V/z 


1.75 


2.87 


.56 


5.51 


9.03 


2.17 


1.32 


2.41 


6.49 


13.30 


3 


2.28 


3.50 


.60 


7.17 


10.99 


1.67 


1.09 


4.09 


9.62 


18.50 


Wz 


2.71 


4.00 


.64 


8.53 


12.56 


1.40 


.95 


5.79 


12.56 


22.00 


4 


3.13 


4.50 


.68 


9.85 


14.13 


1.21 


.84 


7.72 


15.90 


27.48 


*% 


3.56 


5.00 


72 


11.20 


15.71 


1.05 


.76 


9.96 


19.64 


32.45 


5 


4.06 


5.56 


.75 


12.76 


17.47 


.94 


.68 


12.69 


24.30 


38.12 


6 


4.87 


6.62 


.78 


15.89 


20.81 


.78 


.57 


20.10 


34.47 


53. 1 1 


7 


5.98 


7.62 


82 


18.83 


23.95 


.62 


.50 


28.16 


45.66 


60.34 


8 


6.88 


8.62 


.87 


21.61 


27.10 


.56 


.44 


37.17 


58.43 


71.52 



Extra Strong and Double Extra Strong Pipe is always shipped without threads or couplings, unless 
otherwise specified. 

Threads and Couplings ou extra st iongvaud double extra strong pipe are always charged extra. Quotations 
will nQt cover them, unless they are clearly specified in requests for prices. 

For prices see latest current lists. 



m 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



127 



STANDARD 

LAP-WELDED BOILER TUBES. 



List revised and adopted February 15. 190<). Subject to clvaDge without notice. 



Outside 
Diameter 
inches 


Price per Th 
foot ii 


ckness 
iches 


Thickness 
B. W G. 


Nominal 
weight 

.90 


Outside 
Diameter 
inches 


Price per 
foot 


1 Thickness 
J inches 


Thickness 
nearest 
B. \V- G. 


weight 
per foot 


1 


$ 30 


095 


13 


*i 


$ 62 


! .134 


10 


6.17 


H 


28 


095 


13 


1.15 


5 


75 


: .148 


9 


7.58 


1! 


27 


095 


13 


1.40 


b 


1 00 


1 .165 


8 


10.16 


If 


22 


095 


13 


1.66 


7 


1 20 


1 .165 


8 


11.90 


2 


20 


095 


13 


1.91 


8 


1 50 


.165 


8 


13.65 


2* 


24 


095 


13 


2.16 


9 


1 70 


.180 


7 


16.76 


2£ 


28 


109 


12 


2.75 


10 


2 10 


.203 


6 


21.00 


2| 


34 


109 


12 


3.04 


11 


2 50 


| .220 


5 


25.00 


3 


35 


109 


12 


3.33 


12 


2 90 


j .229 


U 


28-50 


3} 


40 


120 


11 


3.96 


13 


3 20 


1 .238 


4 


32.C6 


11 


44 


120 


11 


4 28 


14 


3 65 


1 .248 


3| 


36.00 


50 


120 


11 


4.60 


15 - 


4 10 


i .259 


3 


40.60 


4 


55 


134 


10 


5.47 


16 


4 60 


.270 


2| 


45.20 



EXTRA WIRE CAUGE BOILER TUBES. 

For Extra Wire Gauge Boiler Tubes, away from standard not exceeding four wire gauges, one cent for 
each inch in diameter of tube for each additional gauge will be charged and added to net of invoice. 

Tubes more than four wire gauges heavier than standard will be charged by the pound the same as plain 
end stay tubes, arch pipes, dry pipes, and water grates. 



SOLID DRAWN CHARCOAL HAMMERED IRON BOILER TUBES. 

Price ou application 

LAP-WELDED CASING 

FITTED WITH PERFECT V THREADS 

AND PATENT PROTECTING 

SLEEVE SOCKETS. 





SCREW AND SOCKET JOINT. 



INSERTED JOINT 







Peeper 




No. threads 




Actual outside 


Price per 

foot 






iaiide diameter 
Inches 


diameter 


pounds 


^sVrew ° f 


insidediameter 
inches 


diameter 


weight per foot 


per inch of 


2 


2J 


* 23 


2.22 


14 


5| 


6 


$1 05 


10.46 


14 


24 


2i 


29 


2.82 


14 


5| 


6 


I 20 


12.04 


Hi 


21 


2f 


32 


3.13 


14 


51 


6 


1 40 


14.20 


in 


21 


3 


35 


3 45 


14 


5| 


6 


1 60 


16.70 


111 


3 


3} 


41 


4.10 


14 


8J 


*f 


I 16 


11.58 


14 


3} 


H 


45 


445 


14 


84 


if 


1 35 


13.32 


14 and 1 1 1 


ij 


3| 


48 


4.78 


14 


84 


65 


I 70 


17.02 


11| 


3} 


4 


56 


5.56 


14 


6i 


7 


1 24 


12.34 


14 


4 


44 


60 


6.00 


14 


6| 


7 


1 75 


17.51 


HI and 10 


4j 


H 


64 


636 


14 


7J 


7| 


1 36 


13.55 


14 


4} 


H 


1 00 


9.38 


14 


n 


S 


1 55 


15.41 


in 


41 


4J 


63 


6.73 


14 


n 


8 


2 10 


20.17 


Hi 


4j' 


H 


1 00 


9.39 


14 


H 


8f 


1 61 


16.07 


Hi 


4, 


5 


7S 


7.80 


14 


H 


8| 


2 00 


20.10 


Hi 


5 


H 


82 


820 


14 


»1 


Sf 


2 40 


24.38 


11 j andS 


5 


H 


1 00 


9.86 


14 


8* 


9 


1 76 


17.60 


Hi 





H 


1 30 


12.80 


IH 


n 


10 


2 20 


21.90 


in 


;> 


H 


1 50 


15.88 


1U 


10| 


11 


2 68 


2872 


in 


•V* 


H 


87 


8.62 


14 


U| 


12 


3 05 


30.00 


111 


. 5A 


51 


1 30 


1249 


114 


12J 


13 


3 38 


33.7S 


iii 



128 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON WATER AND GAS PIPE. 

IN LENGTHS 12 FEET LONG. 




WATEJ^PIPE. 

Size, inches 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 13 20 

Thickness, inches ^ % V 2 Vi fs t: % H % % 

Weight per foot, pounds 17 22 33 42 tiO 75 117 125 lb, 19, 

GAS PIPE 

Size, inches 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 10 IS 20 

Thickness, inches % V% t 7 5 t\ Vi H & H \k U 

Weight per foot, pounds 12J£ 18 30 40 55 70 85 104 134 loO 

APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES OF LEAD AND HEMP 
REQUIRED PER JOINT. > 

Size.inches 3 4 G 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 

Lead.pounds 4 5^ 8 11 15 18 22 24 2b 28 

Hemp ounces. 6 7 9 11 13 18 20 22 24 28 



24 

1 

J 30 


30 
350 


36 
475 


24 


30 


30 


190 


II 

277 


350 



SPECIALS FOR CAST IRON PIPE. 

QUARTER BENDS OR ELBOWS. 



Size, inches 

Weight each, pounds 



3 4 6 8 10 12- 
43 60 112 200 266 376 



Size.inches 3 

Weight each, pounds 42 

Size, inches 3 

Weight each, pounds . . % 30 

Size.inches 3 

Weight each, pounds 10 

Size, inches 

Weight each, pounds 



Size, 
Inches 
3x3x3 
4x4x4 
6x6x6 
6x6x4 
8x8x8 
8x8x6 



Weight, 

Pounds 

80 

100 

204 

154 

294 

266 



EIGHTH BENDS. 

4 G 8 10 
60 125 200 270 

SLEEVES. 



14 

450 



14 
430 



16 



6 110 
PLUGS. 

6 8 
2 32 

CAPS. 



208 300 



66 70 



16 
100 



3 
15 



Size, 
Inches 
8x 8x 4 
10 x 10 x 10 
lOxlOx 8 
10 x 10 x 6 
10 x 10 x 4 
12 x 12 x 12 



Weight, 
Pounds 



390 
354 
312 
300 
540 



25 6 

TEES. 

Size, 
Inches 
12 x 12 x 40 
12xl2x 8 
12 x 12 x 6 
12xl2x 4 
16 x 16 x 16 
20 x 20 x 20 



Weight. 
Pounds 

525 

510 

500 

480 

900 
.1390 



IS 
750 



20 
1000 



16 20 



510 S20 1200 1450 



16 
360 



30 

2500 



30 

2200 



125 



20 
150 



10 
100 



Size, 
Inches 
24 x 24 x 24 
30 x 30 x 30 
36 x 36 x 36 
48 x 48 x 48 



12 

120 



Weight, 
Pounds 

2000 

2880 

4920 

9000 



The above weights on Cast Iron Pipe and Specials are approximate 
convenience in estimating 

Unless otherwise ordered all Cast Iron Water Pipe will be furnished coated inside 
Gas Pipe will be furnished not coated. . 



and are given sir:;;;!) for 
and oui.. and 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



129 




WROUGHT IRON NIPPLES. 

PLAIN RIGHT HAND. 
Price List adapted February IS, 1900. 




SHOULDER 





















PRICES OF EXTRA LONG NIPPLES. 




LENG'H I 


INCH IS. 






PRl?E5. 
























Slit-. 










Lennllis in I 


aches. 














Clot»« 




















(lose 


Short 




Long. 






or 


Long. 


4 











9 10 


11 


12 
















Short. 










.12 


.14 


1 

~ 5 ~ 


.18 




X 


»« 


Q 


IV* 


3 


3»,< 


1- 


.04 


0G 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.19 


h 


»H 


2 


8* 


3 


3^ 


« 


\04 


.00 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.14 


.15 


.17 


.18 .19 


I 


»M 


2 


2is 


3 


314 


h 


.04 


0G 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.14 


.15 


.17 


. 18 . 19 


14 


i l > 


2 


2.„ 


3 


3^f 


M 


.05 


.07 


.08 


.10 


.12 


.14 


.16 


.18 


.20 


.22 .23 


;g 




21,; 


8 


3V* 


4 


% 


.06 


.09 




11 


.13 


.17 


.18 


.20 


00 


.24 .26 


2 


%% 


8 


V4 


4 




.08 


.13 






.15 


.18 


.23 


.25 


.28 


.31 


.34 


.36 


i% 


2J4 


3 


3y, 


4 


4* 


IM 


.11 


.17 






.20 


.24 


.29 


.33 


.36 


.40 


.44 


.47 


i.H 


2* 


3 


3 X 


4 


4* 


*K 


.13 


.20 






.25 


.29 


.36 


40 


.45 


.50 


54 


.59 


2 


2;^ 


3 


'SX 


4 


4^ 


2 


.18 


.27 






.32 


.38 


50 


.54 


.59 


65 


.72 


.77 


2^ 


3 


314 


4 


4* 


5 


2H 


.39 


.59 








.68 


.90 


.97 


1.06 


1.17 


1.26 


1.35 




3 


3? 


4 


A% 


5 


3 


.48 


.72 








.85 


1.08 


1 20 


1.33 


1.45 


1.58 


1.70 


2H 


4 


4? 


5 


5? 


6 


3^ 


.75 


1.05 










1.80 


1.45 


1.60 


1.75 


1.90 


2.05 


3 


4 


4^ 


5 


514 


6 


4 


.85 


1.20 










1.52 


1.69 


1.87 


2.05 


2 22 


2.40 


3 


4 


4 V, 


5 


•W 


6 


4K 


1.25 


1.70 










2.25 


2.50 


2.75 


2.95 


3.17 3.40 


3i4 


4^ 


5 


5^ 


G 


6* 


S 


1.55 


3.43 










2.58 


2.83 


3.10 


3.35 


8.60 3.85 


3*« 


4»X 


5 


5»4 


6 


6* 


6 


1.85 


2.90 








,\ . 


3.05 


2.35 


3.70 


4.00 


4.30 


4.65 


4 


5 


G 








7 


3.20 


3.60 










4.05 


4.45 


4.90 


5.30 


5.75 


6.15 


4 


g 


G 








8 


3.55 


4.05 










4.55 


5.05 


5.50 


6.00 


6.50 


7.00 


5 


6 


ft 








9 


5.25 


6.50 














7.10 


7.75 


8.40 


9.00 


5 


G 


8 








10 
11 
12 


6.75 


8.25 














8.90 


9.70 


10.4011.15 


fi 


6 


8 








%.W 


io"66 














10.8011.75 
1 


12V7013!65 




Nipples made ta arder from extra heavy pipe at double above list. 

LONG SCREWS 

WITH COUPLING AND LOCK NUT FACED. 

Size Inches V x H Y z % 

Standard 

Length.. ' 314 4 \% 5 I 

Black Each .30 .35 .40 55 

Galvanized.... ■• 35 .40 .50 66 I 

Long Screws, longer than Standard, made to order and charged as Cut Pipe. 

Threads, Couplings, and Lock Nuts extra. 



l. L 4 


IK 





2# 


3 


3£ 


G 


' *K 


7 


1* 


8 


sy 2 


1.00 


1.30 


1.70 


2.70 


3.70 


5.40 


1.25 


1.60 


2.10 


310 


4.70 





LOCKNUT NIPPLES. 



NOT OVER 6 INCHES LONC. 



Size Inches 

Black Each 

Galvanized " 



1.25 

1.5U 



1.60 

1.90 



130 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WROUGHT NIPPLES 

PLAIN RIGHT AND LEFT. 

Price List adopted. February 15, 1900. 



' 


LENGTH IN INCHES. 




Size. 
Inches. 


PRICES. 




PRICES OF 


EXTIM 


LONG 


R. AND 


L NIPPLES. 






Short. 


Long. 




Close 
or 


Long. 


Lengths in Inches. 


Close. 






























Short. 




4 


6 


c 


7 


8 


a 


10 


11 


12 


; H 


Wz 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


% 


05 


.08 


.09 


11 


13 


.16 


18 


20 


23 


.25 


.27 


% 


1% 


2 


2k 


3 


3 k 


H 


.05 


.08 


.09 


11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


20 


23 


.25 


.27 


i 


* l 4 


2 


2 Is 


3 


3 k 


H 


05 


.08 


.09 


11 


.13 


16 


18 


.20 


.23 


.25 


.27 


i% 


1% 


2 


2'.; 


3 


3 k 


k 


07 


to 


11 


.13 


.16 


.18 


21 


.24 


27 


.29 


.31 


\% 


2 


2 is 


3 


3 k 


4 


% 


08 


.12 




.15 


17 


23 


25 


.27 


.29 


.32 


.35 


w« 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


i 


11 


.18 




.20 


.24 


31 


.33 


.37 


41 


.45 


48 


i% 


2k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4 k 


iH 


.15 


23 




.27 


.32 


.39 


.45 


.50 


55 


60 


65 


m 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4k 


\\4 


18 


.27 




34 


.39 


48 


52 


.60 


.67 


.72 


.80 


2 


$ l A 


3 


3 k 


4 


4 k 


2 


.24 


.36 




43 


.51 


.67 


.72 


80 


.87 


.96 


1.03 


2% 


3 


3^ 


4 


4k 


;> 


2k 


.52 


.79 






.91 


1.20 


1.30 


1 40 


1.53 


1.68 


1.80 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4k 


5 


3 


.65 


90 






1.13 


1.44 


1.60 


1.77 


1 93 


2.10 


2.27 


2% 


4 


4W 


5 


5 k 


6 


3k 


1.00 


1.40 








1.75 


1.95 


2 15 


2 35 


2.55 


2.75 


3 


4 


4M 


5 


* l A 


G 


4 


1.15 


1.60 








2 00 


2.25 


2.50 


2 75 


3.00 


3 25 



Add 60 per cent, to above prices for Galvanized Nipples, threaded R and L 

WROUGHT NIPPLES. 

CALVAN1ZED RIGHT HAND. 
Price List adopted February 15, 1900. 



LENOTH IN INCHES 


Size. 
Inches. 


PRICES. 


PRICES OF EXTRA 


LONG GALVANIZKD NIPPLE* 






Short 


Long. 


Close 


Lon^ 


Lengths in Inches. 


Close 
















12 










Short. 




4 


5 


6 7 


8 


9 


10 


li 


% 


l l 4 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


% 


06 


.11 


,12 


1 


5 17 .21 


.24 


.26 


29 


.31 


.34 


% 


Ik 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


H 


.06 


.11 




12 


.1 


5 .17 .21 




24 


26 


29 


31 


34 


i 


* l A 


2 


2i, 


3 


3 k 


% 


.06 


.11 




12 


1 


5 .17 .21 




24 


.26 


.29 


31 


.34 


i% 


Ik 


2 


2k 


3 


3k 


k 


.06 


.11 




13 


1 


6 .18 23 




26 


.28 


.31 


.33 


.86 


i% 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


% 


.08 


.14 






1 


8 ,.21 .26 




29 


32 


35 


.38 


,41 


\y* 


2 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


1 


11 


.19 






.2 


4 .28 .34 




38 


.42 


.47 


•51 


.55 


\% 


2 k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4k 


1M 


17 


.29 






.3 


2 .38 ?45 




51 


.57 


.63 


69 


.75 


w 


2k 


3 


3k 


4 


4 k 


Ik 


21 


35 






.3 


9 .46 .55 




63 


.70 


77 


84 


.91 


2 


2k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4 k 


2 


.27 


.47 








2 .61 .74 


83 


.93 


1.03 


1 13 


1.23 


2k 


3 


3k 


4 


4k 


5 


2k 


.56 


.86 








1.00 1.26 


1 41 


1.56 


1.71 


1.86 


2 01 


2k 


3 


3 k 


4 


4 k 


5 


3 


.70 


1. 10 










. 1.30 1.60 


1 80 


2.00 


2.20 


2.40 


2.60 


2% 


4 


4 k 


5 


5 k 


6 


3k 

4 


1.20 


1.70 










2.10 


2.35 


2 60 


2.85 


3.15 


3.40 


3 


4 


4k 


5 


5k 


6 


1.35 


1.87 










2.30 


2.60 


2.90 


3 20 


3.50 


3.80 


3 


4 


4k 


5 


5 k 


6 


4k 


1.85 


2.60 










3.30 


3.65 


4.05 


4.45 


4 85 


5.25 


3^ 


4k 


5 


5k 


6 


6k 




2.30 


3.15 










3.75 


4.20 


4.60 


5.00 


5.40 


5.85 


3k 


4k 


5 


ok 


6 


ok 


6 


2.80 


4.25 










4 . 50 


5.00 


5.55 


6.05 


6.60 


7.15 


4 


5 










7 


4.25 


4.95 










5.65 


6.35 


7 05 


7.75 


8.45 


9.20 


4 


5 










8 


5.00 


5.80 








6.85 


7.50 


8.35 


9.25 


10.10 


10.9$ 



For List on R. and L. Galvanized Nipples, add 60 per cent, to R. and L. Plain Nipples 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



131 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 



ELBOW. 



REDUCING ELBOW. 





Size Inches % 

Elbows— R H ...Each ,05 

Elbows— Right and Lett. ■« 00 

Elbows — Reducing •■ 

Elbows— Pitched 

Size Inches '6% 

Elbows— R. H Each 1.05 

Elbows— Reducing *• 1.20 

Elbows— Pitched " 1.30 

45 ELBOW. 



. 10 H' 




.06 .07 


.09 
10 


.12 
13 


.18 
20 


.23 
25 


.32 
35 


.60 
65 


.85 
1.00 


4 4y 2 


5 


6 


7 


8 





10 


12 


1.20 1.70 
1.40 2,00 
1-50 


2.00 
2,30 


2.75 
3.15 


4.70 
5.40 


6.75 
7.75 


9 00 
1050 


13 50 
15.50 


20 00 
23 00 


Y BRANCH. 






SIDI 


: out] 


,ET E 


LBOW 




ji 

>> z f Inches X A % i, ^ 1 1 V 4 11, 

Elbow — 15" Eacl 06 0G 07 10 12 19 34 

Elbow — Side Outlet ■■ .. .. .is .24 30 48 6«> 

20 .38 .34 54 .66 

Indies 3?2 4 4% 5 G 7 8 

Elbow— 45° Each 1.25 1.45 2.20 2 50 3.45 5 90 8 50 

Elbow— Side Outlet " 3.15 3.60 5.25 6.00 b.25 

V Branches 3.50 4 00 5.90 7.00 9.20 15.00 22.50 

For List of Galvanized, see page 141. 




.34 

.84 
.94 


.60 
1 50 

1.66 


.90 

2.25 
2.50 


9 


10 


12 


11.25 


17 00 


25.00 




45!66 


0700 



132 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 
TEE. REDUCING TEES. 





Size Inches 

Tees Each .w 

Tees— Reducing on Outlet, 
Tees— Reducing on Run. " 

Size Inches 3)4 

Tees Each 1.50 

Tees— Reducing on Outlet •* 1.75 

Tees— Reducing on Run. 1-75 



% 


Vz 


% 


1 


iM 


1>4 


2 


2M 


3 


.08 


09 


.12 


15 


.23 


29 


.41 


.73 


1.10 


.09 


.10 


.14 


.17 


.2? 


33 


.47 


83 


1.25 


.09 


.10 


14 


.11 


.21 


33 


.47 


.83 


1.25 


4 


Ay 2 


6 


6 


? 


8 


9 


10 


12 


I 75 


2.55 


3.00 


4.00 


6.80 


9.75 


13.00 


19.50 


29.00 


2 00 


2 95 


3.50 


4.60 


7.80 


11.25 


15.00 


22.50 


33.50 


9.00 


2.95 


3.50 


4.60 


7.80 


11.25 


15.00 


23.50 


33.50 



REDUCING TEE, 

BULL HEAD. 



OFFSET. 





Size Inches 

Tees— Bull Head .. Each 
Tees— with Side Outlet. " 




% 
09 


H 
10 
2? 


14 
3ft 


1 
17 

45 


iM 

27 


3! 

90 


Size Inches 

Tees— Bull Head Each 

Tees— with Side Outlet. " 


1 .75 
4 50 


4 
2.00 
5.25 


*Vz 
2.95 
7.65 


5 

3.50 
9 00 


6 
4.60 
12 00 


7.80 


8 
11 25 


Size Inches % 

To offset 4 Inches Each 45 
To offset 6 67 
To offset 8 - 90 


1 

70 
1.05 
1 40 


1 00 
1,50 
2.00 


1.20 

1 80 

2 40 


1.80 

2 70 

3 60 


a. oo 

4.50 
6.00 


6 

4 00 
6.00 
8 00 


3*g 

5.00 
7.50 
10.00 



10 
22 50 



1.25 
3.25 



12 
33.50 



6.00 8.00 10.00 
9.00 12 00 15.00 
12.00 16.00 20 00 



For List of Galvanized, see page < \\[, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 
CROSS. 



Size Inches 

Crosses Each 

Crosses— Reducing " 

Crosses— Side Outlet 

Size Indies 

Crosses Each 

Crosses — Reducing: ... " 

Crosses— Side Outlet " 




.15 


16 
.18 
.36 


22 
.25 
.48 


.30 

60 


.42 53 .75 
.46 60 .83 
.94 1.30 1 67 


1 30 
1.45 
2.97 


2.00 
2.20 
4.36 


2.70 
3.00 
6.00 


4 


4 1 ., 


.-, 


8 


7 8 


9 


. 10 


12 


3.15 
3.50 
7.00 


4.60 
5.10 
10.23 


5.50 
6.00 

12.10 


7.25 
8.00 
1605 


12.25 17.50 
13.50 19.25 


23.50 
26.00 


35.00 
38.50 


52.50 
58 00 


RETURN 


BENDS. 












OPE?. 




WOTfi BACK 


OUTLKl 







Size Indies l .i H 

Return Bends— Close -Each 18 20 22 

Return Bends— Open - b 3 ^ 

Return Bends— Back Outlet 38 42 

Return Bends— Close, R. and L. or L H '" 21 23 ^6 

Return Bends— Open. R. and L. or L. H 30 3o 

Return Bends— Close Pitched, R. H " 26 

Return Bends-^Close Pitched, R. an J L. orL. H ' - - 26 

For List of Galvanized, see page 141 




134 



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CAST IRON FITTINGS. 




THE 0. S. DISTRIBUTING FITTING. 



MADE IN ALL SIZES, STRAIGHT AND REDUCING 



Inch 



1 1% 1& 3 2M 

.00 .80 .90 1.20 2.00 



Y SRANCH. 





Inch % 

Each 20 

Inch 4% 

Each 5 90 

Inch y 2 

Each 23 

Inch 4% 

Each 6.80 



Inch 
To offset 4 inches, each, 
6 " 



Y BRANCHES— STRAIGHT SIZES. 
iH 'IH 2 



% 

-28 

5 

7.00 



.34 

6 

9.20 



15.60 22.50 



REDUCING Y BRANCHES. 

.76 1 



.02 



8.00 10.60 18.00 26.00 35.00 



2V 2 

1.60 

10 

45.00 



2H 

1.90 

10 

51.75 



H 

.45 
.67 
.90 



1 
.70 
1.05 
1.40 



1.00 
1.50 
2.00 



OFFSETS. 

2 
1.80 
1.80 2.70 
2.40 3.60 



3 

2.50 

12 

67.00 



3 50 



sy 2 

4.00 



1.20 



For prices of Galvanized Cast Iron Fittings, see page 111 . 



234 3 3>£ 4 5 6 

3.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 

4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 12.00 15.00 

6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 16.00 20.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



135 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 

CAP. 



REDUCING COUPLING. REDUCING COUPLING 
ECCENTRIC. 







REDUCING COUPLINGS. 

Size of largest opening, inches . 2 '2 1 2 3 3^ 4 4 1 o 

Each .... ..... 43 .BO .80 1 00 1 35 1.85 

Size of largest opening, inches. .. . 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Each 2.70 5.3-3 0.75 8.35 10.00 15 00 

Inch 2 x IK 2H x ty A 2% x |'£ 2% x 2 

Each 1 00 1 .50 1 .50 1 50 '_' 40 

Inch 3% x 3 Z%% 2^ i * 3% 4x3 5x4 

Each 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 6.00 

CAPS 

Inch 2 2% 3 3^ 4 4f 2 5 G 7 8 9 10 

Each 26 40 .54 .75 .87 1.05 1.20 155 2.50 2.85 4 75 5.50 

LOCKNUTS. 

Inch 2 2H 3 3H 4 4^ 5 7 8 9 10 

Each 35 .27 .34 47 .04 .85 .90 1.30 1 70 2.Si 2 70 3 00 

FLANGE UNION. FLANGE UNION. 

PLAIN. WITH LIP, FACED 



5 

>.00 



3 x 2}o 
2.4U 
Gx 4 
8.00 









PLAIN FLANGE 


UNION 












Each 


Inch 


.40 


% 
.40 


i 

.52 


.04 


1^2 

.78 


1.00 


2^2 

1.25 


1.50 


1,80 




Inch 


4 \% 5 

2.10 2.70 3.15 

LIPPED FLANGE 


6 
3.95 • 

UNIONS 


> 50 


8 
7.00 


9 
10.00 


10 
11.50 


12 
10.00 








Each 


Inch 


.60 


. ib 


1 
.90 


1.00 


.20 


2 
1.50 


1.75 


3 
2 00 


2.75 


Each 


Inch 


4 
3.00 


4V 2 
3.50 


5 
4.00 


6 
5.0-0 


-.00 


8 
10.00 


9 

15.00 


10 
17.50 


12 

20 00 



For prices of Galvanized Cast Iron Fittings, see page 14]. 



136 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON FITTINGS 



FACED BUSHING. ECCENTRIC BUSHING. 






PLAIN BUSHINGS. 

Inch X H X I IX ■ W 2 2% 3 3^ 

u-87. Each 04 .04 .05 06 .07 .09 .14 .2L .30 .40 

Iuch 4 W 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

u-87. Each 50 .75 .93 1.25 1.87 2.75 3.25 3.75 5.00 

Bushings up to 2% inch, inclusive, which reduce one size only, are malleable. 

FACED BUSHINGS. 

Inch % X % 1 1M IX 2 2% 3 -6Y 2 4 

u-ee. Each 08 ,09 .11 .13 .17 .22 .32 .48 70 1.20 1.50 

ECCENTRIC BUSHINGS. 

Inch 2 Jiy 2 3 Z% 4 4% 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

U-69. Each 27 .42 .60 .80 1.00 1.50 1.85 2.50 3.75 5.50 6.50 7.50 10.00 

PLUG. COUNTERSUNK PLUG. 





PLAIN PLUGS. 

Inch X X X' H 1 IX IX 2 2% 

u-90. Each. 02 .02 .02 .03 .04 ,05 .07 .10 18 

Inch 3)4 4 \% 5 6 7 8 9 10 

u-90. Each , .38 .42 .65 .88 1.20 1.85 2.75 3 25 3.'75 

COUNTERSUNK PLUGS. 

Inch K % \ IX IX 

U-91. Each .04 .06 .08 .09 .11 

PLAIN PLUGS, LEFT HAND. 

Inch X 1 IK IX 

Each 0G .08 09 .11 

For prices of Galvanized Cast Iron Fittings, see page ] _j] e 



.25 

12 
5.00 



2 
.15 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



137 



CAR HEATER FITTINGS. 

EXTRA HEAVY. 



RETURN BEND 





Right Hand. each. . 
Right and Left, each 




ELBOWS. 




1 


W 


.25 .27 


30 


.25 .27 


.30 



45 .45 



1 1> 4 IH *% X V A 1>4 * Ui « 3 4 134 « l l 4 * '-' I'e^'cN ? 1 - 



30 .35 .40 .45 .45 



RETURN BENDS. 



Inch 
Center to Center, inches. . 
Each. 



w* m 



IH 



m 



.70 1.10 1.10 



CAST IRON COUPLING. 



WROUGHT IRON COUPLING. 





CAST IRON COUPLINGS. 



Right Hand. each. . . 
Right and Left, each 



WROUGHT IRON COUPLINGS 



Right Hand, each 
Right ami Left. each. 



l'-i 



138 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 

EXTRA HEAVY. 






ELBOW-Ex. Heavy 45° ELBOW-Ex. 



TEE-Ex. Heavy. 






CROSS-Ex. Heavy. FLANGE UNION-Ex. Heavy. COUPLING— Ex. Heavy, 

SPECIAL LONG TURN FITTINGS. 
NO. I. NO. 2. NO. 3. 





CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



139 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 

EXTRA HEAVY. 



Size Inches 

Elbows Each 

Elbo«s— Reducing 

Elbows— 45° 

Tees 

Tees — Reducing 



IK 



*H 



Wi 



1.25 


2.00 


2 .75 


1.55 


2.50 


3.40 


1.50 


2.50 


3.50 


1.80 


3 00 


4.25 



Size Inches 4 

Elbows Each 3.50 

Elbows — Reducing ■ • 4.40 

Elbows — 15" 4.50 

Tees •' 5.50 

Tees— Reducing " 6.85 



4K 

4 .25 

5.30 

5.50 

6 75 3.25 

8.50 10.25 



5.50 
6.80 



8.00 
10.00 

9.75 
12.00 
15.00 



7 8 

12.00 17.00 

15.00 21.00 

14.50 21.00 

18.00 25.00 

22.50 31.00 



10 

28.00 
35.00 
34.00 
42.00 
52.00 



12 

4a 00 
50.00 
48.00 
60.00 
75 00 



Size . 



Crosses 

Crosses — Reducing 

Flange Unions 

Couplings 

Couplings— Right and Left. 



S lze Inches 

Qroaws Each 

Crosses — Reducing 

Flange Unions 



65 
85 



7.00 
8.75 
3.15 



.80 
.86 



8. .50 
10.00 
4.00 



.90 

1.15 

1.00 

.30 

.40 



11.00 
13.75 
4.76 



1.20 
1.50 
1.15 



16.00 
20.00 
6.00 



1.50 
1.85 
1.50 
.55 
.65 



24.00 
30.00 

8.25 



2.50 

3.15 
1.90 



34.00 56.00 
42.00 70.00 
10.50 



Hi 

5.50 
6.35 
2.70 



80.00 
100.00 



Long Turn Elbows. 

Size Inches 

Straight Each 

Reducing 

Size Inches 

Straight Each 

Reducing 



Long Turn Double Branch Elbows. 



ELBOWS. 



6 
8.75 
13.13 



.80 
1.20 



13.00 
19.50 



1.20 
1.80 

8 
17.00 
25 50 



LONC TURN DOUBLE BRANCH ELBOWS 



Size Inches 

Straight Each 

Reducing 

Size Inches 

Straight Each 

Reducing " 

Long Turn Tees. 



11 00 
16.50 



.80 

1 20 

5 
13.00 
19.50 



1.10 
1.65 

6 

17.50 
26.25 



2 
1.60 

2.40 



26.00 
39. 00 



2.4C 
3.60 



9 
25.50 
38.25 



3 

4.50 
6.75 



34.00 
51.00 

Long Turn Cross. 



51.00 
76.50 



30.00 
45.00 



3.50 
9.75 

10 
60.00 
90.00 



3 50 

5.2,5 



40.00 
60.00 



7.00 
10.50 



80.00 
120.00 



^ize Incnes 

Straight Each 

Reducing • 

Size Inches 

Straight Each 

Reducing 

Size Inches 

Each 

Size Inches 

Each 



S.25 
12.38 



4 K^ 
15 00 



l l 4 
.60 



9.75 
14.63 



6 
13.25 
19.8* 



19.50 

29.25 



LONC TURN CROSS. 

iM m 2 

110 1.50 2.15 



1.80 
2.70 

8 
25 50 

a 85 



3 20 

8 

45 00 



3.40 
5J0 



38.00 
57.00 



3 

6.00 

9 

69 Of. 



4.90 
7.35 

10 
45.00 
67.50 



8.75 

10 

.80 00 



4 

5 25 

7.88 

12 
60.00 
90.00 



9 50 
107.00 



140 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BRANCH TEES. 



No. 1. FOR CIRCULATION. 



No. 2. FOR CIRCULATION. No. 3. FOR BOX COILS. 

All Openings in Branch Tees for Circulation are tapped Right hand. 

Branch Tees for Box Coils are always tapped Left hand in branches and Right hand in bacfc inlet.. 

The run and back opening of Branch Tees are tapped the same size as branches unless otherwise ordered. 

1 Inch Branches, 2)4 inch Center to Center. 

Number of Branches 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9~ 10 11 12~ 13 14 IS IIT" 

1-inch or lj^-inch run, each ... . 90 105 115 135 160 190 220 265 3 15 3 75 4 40 5 00 

H-inch run, each 100 115 130 145 175 2 20 246 290 330 450 4 75 560 700 760 800 

2-inch run, each... 115 135 1 60 1 85 210 245 275 340 4 00 4 80 5 10 6 00 7 28 7 76 8 26 

2^-inch run, each 175 2 05 2 40 2 75 310 3 50 3 75 4 30 5 00 5 60 6 85 6 80 , 

i% inch Branches, 3 inch Center to Center. 

Number of Branches I 2 3 4 5 ' 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 I8~ 

lj-inch or H inch run, each ... 130 165 200 240 2 80 3 20 360 4 30 480 500 625 600 

2-inch run, each 150 190 2 40 290 3 30 390 460 526 586 625 660 700 

2j inch run, each 195 2 40 2 85 3 55 3 95 4 20 4 95 6 15 6 86 7 25' 7 65 8 25 



1>4 inch Branches S> 2 ' inch Center to Center. 



2 70 



3 35 



3 80 4 60 



4 00 


4 65 


5 25 


o 85 


6 50 


7 60 


5 00 


5 76 


6 60 


7 00 


8 25 


9 26 


6 50 


6 25 


7 25 


7 75 


9 00 


10 00 



800 8 60 950 
9 75 10 60 11 50 
10 75 11 60 12 76 



N umber of Branches 1 2 

1^-inch or 2-inch run, each 2 10 

2^-inch run, each 2 85 

3-inch run, each .... 3 15 

2 inch Branches 4% inch Center to Center. 

.Number of Branches I 2 5$ 4 6" ~~ 6 7 8 

2-inch run, each 4 10 

2^-inch run, each 4 50 

3-inch run, each 4 50 

3^-inch run, each 5 00 



5 25 


6 40 


7 65 


8 80 


10 60 


11 50 


12 25 


13 60 


14 26 


15 00 


16 00 


5 76 


7 00 


8 50 


9 75 


11 75 


12 76 


13 50 


15 00 


16 75 


16 50 


17 60 


5 75 


7 00 


8 60 


9 75 


11 75 


12 75 


13 60 


15 00 


15 75 


16 50 


17 60 


6 25 


7 75 


9 25 


10 75 


13 00 


14 00 


15 00 


16 60 









Foot Valves and Strainers. 




Foot Valves with Strainer— Screwed. 



Size, 
Price 


inches 

each 


I i M 

$1 15 1 30 1 40 


1 90 


2 
2 40 


2A 3 3i 4 41 5 
3 30 3 90 5 60 7 30 10 50 1125 


6 
14 75 


7 
35 00 


8 
4100 


10 
64 00 


12 

100 00 










Foot Valves with Strainer— Flanged. 












Size, 
Price 
Diam 


inches. 

each 

of Flanges 


2 21 
$3 50 4 50 
in. 6 7 


3 
5 75 

n. 


3| 
7 50 
8| 


4 4\ 5 6 7 

9 50 13 00 14 00 17 50 38 00 

9 9j 10 11 12J 


8 
45 00 
13| 


10 

70 00 

16 


12 

112 00 

19 


14 

150 00 
21 


16 

200 00 
23i 












Iron Strainers. 













3 


' 31 


4 


4\ 


1 10 


1 75 


200 


2 30 


170 


2 60 


300 


3 60 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



141 



GALVANIZED CAST IRON FITTINGS. 



Inches 



»i/e. 

Elbows, R. H Each 

45 s Elbows " 

Reducing Elbows " 

Tees . ... " 

Reducing Tees .-.. .. " 

Crosses " 

Return Bends, Close " 

Return Bends, Open '« 

Return Bends, Back Outlet " 

Flange Unions " 

Flange Unions, Lip " 

Caps, Cast Iron " 

Reducers, Cast Iron ' . . " 

Lockouts, Cast Iron " 

Y Bends . . , " 

Cast Iron Offsets, to offset 4 inches " 

Cast Iron Offsets, to offset 6 inches " 

Cast Iron Offsets, to offset 8 inches " 

Bushings , . " 

Plugs. " 

Malleable Iron Unions " 

Malleable Iron Unions Ells, Female. " 

Malleable Iron Union Tees, Female " 

Malleable lion Union Ells, Male and Female " 

Malleable Iron Union Tees, Male and Female " 

Malleable Iron Flange. Unions " 

Longscrews " 



1-4 


3-8 


1-2 


3-4 


l 


l 


$ 10 


$ .10 


$ .12 


$ 16 


$ 21 


$ 


.12 


12 


.14 


.20 


24 






12 


.14 


18 


24 




.16 


.16 


.18 


.24 


30 






.18 


.20 


.28 


.34 






.30 


.32 


44 


.54 








36 


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.52 

.76 


.44 
.60 
.84 


] 






.80 


.92 


1.04 


] 






1.00 


1.25 


1 50 


1 






.40 


.56 
.90 

1.34 
1.80 


.68 
1.40 
2.10 
2.80 


] 

i 




.08 


.08 


.10 


.12 




.04 


04 


.04 


06 


.08 




.27 


.30 


.33 


.40 


.50 








.63 


.81 


.95 


1 






.68 


.86 


1.05 


: 






.72 


.93 


1.08 








.78 


1.00 


1.20 








2.50 


2.80 


3.20 




.35 


.40 


.50 


.66 


1.00 


i 



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32'$ 

.38 

.36 

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54 

S4 

56 

.80 

1.20 

1 28 

L 65 



1 -2 


9 


2 1-2 


40 


$ .56 


$1.00 


48 


68 


1.20 


46 


64 


1.20 


b* 


.82 


1.46 


66 


.94 


1.66 


06 


1.50 


2.60 


SO 


1.14 


2.40 


10 


1.60 


2.70 


60 


2.30 


4.00 | 


56 


2.00 


2.60 1 


00 


2.50 


2.90 




.52 


.80 




.86 


1.20 




.50 


.54 1 


32 


1.88 


3.32 i 


40 


3 60 


6.00 


60 


5.40 


9.00 


SO 


7.20 


12.00 


18 


.28 


42 


14 


.20 


.36 


90 


1.15 


2.35 


58 


2 35 


4.30 


75 


2.55 


4.80 


SO 


2.70 


4.95 


95 


2 95 


5.55 


00 


6.(0 


7.00 


60 


2.10 


3.10 



$1 50 

1 80 
1.70 
2:20 

2 50 
4.00 
3.40 
4.40 
6.00 
3.00 
3.35 
1 08 
1.60 

.68 
5.00 
800 
12.00 
16.00 
60 
.50 

3 15 



8.80 
4.70 



Size. 



Inches 



Elbows, R. H 

45° Elbows 

Reducing Elbows. . . . 
Tees ... . . . ' 



Reducing Tees 

Crosses 

Return Bends, Close 

Return Bends, Open 

Return Bends, Back Outlet ... 

Flange Unions 

Flange Unions, Lip . 

Caps, Cast Iron .... 

Reducers, Cast Iron 

Locknuts, Cast Iron ... 

Y Bends 

Cast Iron Oflsets; to offset 4 inches 

Cast Iron Oflsets, to offset 6 inches 

Cast Iron Offsets, to offset 8 inches 

Bushings , 

Plugs 

Malleable Iron Unions 

Malleable Iron Unions Ells, Female. . . . : . 
Malleable Iron Union Tees, Female. . 
Malleable Iron Union Ells, Male and Female 
Malleable Iron Union Tees. Male and Female 

Malleable Iron Flange Unions 

Lonescrews 



2.10! 2.40 3.50j 
2.50 2.90 4.40 



2.40 

3.00 
3.50 



4.55 
1.50 

2.00 

94 1 

7.00 

10.00 

15.00 

20.00 

.80 

.76 

5.50 



2.80 4 00 
3.50 5.10 
4.001 5.90 



I 



4.20 
5.00! 
1.74 

2.70 
1.28! 
8.00 ! 
12.00. 
18.00 
24.00' 

i.ooj 

.84 
6.50J 



4.00 5.50 : 9 40 ! 13 50 

5.00' 6.9011.8017 00 

4.60 63010.8015.50 

6.00 8. 00' 13. 60 19.50 

00: 9. 20'l5 6022.50 



11.00 14.50 24.50 



35.00 




5.40| 6.30 790 11. 0014. 00'20. 0023. 00 

5.85| 6.65j 8.35 11. 6516. 65^25 00'29 00 

2.10 2 40 3.10; 5.00 5.70 9.50 11 00 

3.70| 4.00! 5.40 10.70 13.5016.7020.00 

'1.701 1 .80 2.60 3.40 4.70 5.40' 6.00 

11 80;i4.00l8.4031 .2045.00 90.00 

16.0020.00 

J24 0030 00" 

32 0040.00 



50 1.85 



30 



10.50 12.00.14.00 16 00 IS. 00 



1.75 



2.50 
2 40 



3.75 
3.70 



5.50 
5.50 



32.00 
34 00 
14 00 
30 00 
8.00 
134 00 



I 

:.50l ' 
..50' 



i 10.00 
i 10 00 



142 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LIST OF STANDARD SIZES 

OF 

CAST IRON FITTINGS. 



STRAIGHT SIZES. 



Elbows and Tees— % to 12 inch. 
Elbows, 45° — X to 12 inch. 
Return Rends— %. to 3 inch. 
Caps and Locknuts— 2 to 12 inch. 
Y Branches— V, to 10 inch. 



Elbows, Right and Left— % to 3 inch. 

Crosses — X to 12 inch. 

Offsets— y A to G, to offset 4 in., in. and 8 inch. 

Plugs— Y± to 12 inch. 

Flange Unions— >£ to 12 inch. 



REDUCING ELBOWS. 



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REDUCING TEES. 
























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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



143 



CAST IRON FITTINGS-CoNTiNtED 



PFOUC1NG TEES. 



REDUCING ON RUN 



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x 4 x 

x 8 x 

x S x 

x S x 



2H 

o 

IK 

4 
3 
2* 

IK 



2* 



144 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAST IRON FITTINGS-Continued 







REDUCING 


TEES. 






BULL 


HEAD. 




Mx K 


1 


x 2 






2 x 3 


K x 1 


1 


x \% 






2 x 2% 


k * % 


1 


x 134 






2)4 x 4 


% x 2 


m 


x 2 






2% x 3 


% x I* 


»l 


x \y 2 






3 x 4 


%*1H 


\% 


x 2% 






3 x 3.K 


% x 1 


IK 


X 






3K x 4 



ti x S 
6 x 7 



REDUCING CROSSES. 



K x % 
K x H 

%* K 

1 x X 

1 x % 

1H x i 
IK x % 

IK x K 
1K x IK 
IK x 1 

IK'X % 
\% x K 

2 x *K 



K x 


% 


% x 


H 


% x 


H 


1 X 


% 


I X 


% 


1 X 


H 


IK * 


% 


jk x 


h 


\H x 


H 


1^ x 


1 


IK x 


% 


iKx 


K 


2 x 


V/a 


3 x 


1 


1 X 


% 



2 


x. K 


2K 


x IK 


2H 


x IK 


2% 


x 1 


2\ 2 


x % 


3 


x 2K 


3 


x 2 


3 


x IH 


3 


x 1K 


3 


X 1 


3H 


x 3 


3K 


x 2K 


3K 


x 2 


3K 


x \% 


3 V 


X U'4 



2 


X 


IH 


2 


X 


1 


2 


X 


% 


2K 


X 


2 


2K 


X 


IK 


2K 


X 


iH 


2K 


X 


i 


2K 


X 


-% 


3 


v x 


2% 


3 


X 


2 


3 


X 


IK 



3K 


x 3 


3K 


x 2K 


3K 


x 2 


4 


x 3K 


4 


x 3, 


4 


x 2K 


4 


x 2 


5 


x 4 


5 


x 3 


5 


x 2}4 


5 


x 2 


G 


• x 5 


6 


x 4 


G 


x 3K 


BUSHINGS 




3K x 1 




i x 3K 





4 x 2K 
4 x 2 
4 x IK 
4 x IK 

4 x 1 
4K x 4 
4K x 3K 
4K x 3 
4K x 2K 
& x 4K 

5 x 1 
5 x 3% 



x 2^ 


7 


x 2 


x 2 


8 


x 7 


x 5 


8 


x e 


x 4^ 


8 


x 5 


x 4 


8 


X 4 


x 3K 


8 


x 3 


x 3 


9 


x S 


x 2K 


'.) 


x 7 


x 2 


!) 


x G 


x G 


10 


x 8 


x 5 


10 


x G 


x \% 


12 


x 10 


x 4 


12 


x 8 


x 3K 


" 12 


x 


x 3 







CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



145 



STANDARD 
FLANGED FITTINGS 



FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 





FLANGED ELBOWS 



FLANGED ELBOWS 





Center 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Diaro. 

of 

Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


Center 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Diam. 

of 

Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


With 
Faced 

Flanges. 

Each. 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges. 

Each. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With 

Faced and 

Drilled 

Flanges. 

Each. 


2 


u 


6 


4.75 


5.75 


2 


2^ 


6 


5.25 


6.25 


n 


5 


7 


5.00 


6.25 

7\ob~ 


2£ 


3 


7 


5.50 


6.75 


3 


H 


7i 


5.75 


3 


3 


n 


6,25 


7.50 


H 


6 


B* 


6.50 


7.75 


3^ 


3i 


H 


7.25 


8.50 


4 


6i 


9 


7.25 


9.25 


4 


4 


9 


8.00 


10.00' 


41 

*2 


7 


9* 


9.00 


11.00 


41 

*2 


4 


n 


10.00 


12.00 


5 


7* 


10 


9.75 


11.75 


5 


H 


10 


10.75 


12.75 


6 


8 


11 


12.00 


14.00 


6 


5 


11 


13.00 


15.00 


7 


8£ 


121 


16.00 


19.75 


7 


51 


121 


16.00 


19.75 


8 


9 


131 


20.00 


23.75 


8 


51 


131 


20.00 


23.75 


9 


10 


15 


26.00 


30.00 


9 


6 


15 


26.00 


30.00 


10 


11 


16 


32.00 


36.00 


10 


61 


16 


32.00 


36.00 


12 


12 


19 


44.00 


50.00 


12 


71 
• 2 


19 


44.00 


50.00 


14 


14 


21 


58.00 


65.00 


14 


7i 


21 


58.00 


65.00 


16 


15 


231 


84.00 


93.00 ' 


16 


8 


23i 


84.00 


93.00 



Note. — Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. Flanged 
Fittings will always be furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered- 



146 



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STANDARD 

FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 





FLANGED TEES 



REDUCING 
FLANGED TEES 

REDUCING IN RUN OR BRANCH 





Center 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Face 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Diam- 
eter of 
Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


PRICE. 


Inches. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 
and Drilled 

Flan^eB. 

Each. 


With 

Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 

and Drilled 

Flangee. 

Each. 


2 


4.1 


9 


6 


7.00 


8.50 








^ 


5 


10 


7 


7.25 


9.00 


2 ? 


8.25 


10.00 


3 


51 


11 


n 


8.25 


1-0,00 


3 


9.50 


11.25 


31 


6 


12 


81 


9.5 Q 


11.25 


31 


11.00 


12.75 


4 


61 


13 


9 


10.50 


13.50 


4 


12.00 


15.00 


H 


7 


14 


n 


13.00 


16.00 
17.25 


41 

*2 


15.00 


18.00 


5 


n 


15 


10 


14.25 


5 


16.25 


. 19.25 


6 


8 


16 


11 


17.50 


20.50 


6 


20.00 


23.00 


7 


81 


17 


121 


23.00 


28.75 


7 


26.50 


32.00 


8 


9 


18 


131 


29.00 


34.75 


8 


33.50 


39.00 


9 


10 


20 


15 


38.00 


44.00 


9 


43.50 


50.00 


10 


11 


22 


16 


46.50 


52.50 


10 


53,50 


60.00 


12 


12 


24 


19 


64.00 


73.00 


12 


74.00 


83.00 


14 


14 


28 • 


21 


84.00 


95.00 


14 


96.00 


107.00 


16 


15 


30 


231 


122.00 


135.00 


16 


140.00 


153.00 



Note. — Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. Flanged 
Fittings will always be furnished, faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 
For dimensions of Reducing Flanged Tees, see pages 16, 17. 
Template for drilling, see page 20. 

REDUCING FLANGED TEES. 

A MODERATE ASSORTMENT OF REDUCING TEES IS CARRIED IN 
STOCK. TO OVERCOME THE DELAY IN FILLING ORDERS FOR SUCH 
SIZES AS ARE NOT CARRIED IN STOCK, WE CAN USE THE REDUC- 
ING FLANGES WITH RIBS ' 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



147 



STANDARD 

FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 




FLANGED CROSSES 



REDUCING 
FLANGED CROSSES 





Face 
to 

Face. 

Inches. 


Diam- 
eter of 
Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges, 
Each. 


With Faced 

and Drilled 

Flanges. 

Each. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 
and Drilled 
Flanges. 

Each. 


2 


9 


6 


9.50 


11.50 






H 


10 


7 


10.00 


12.50 


2} 
3 


11.50 

~T3~]25~" 


14.00 


3 


11 


n 


11.50 

T37oo~ 


14.00 
15J6~ 


15.75 


H 


12 


. H 


3^ 


15.00 


17.50 


4 


13 


9 


14.50 


18.50 


4 


16.75 


20.75 


41 


14 


n 


18.00 


22.00 


H 


20.75 


25.00 


5 


15 


10 


19.50 


23.50 


5 
6~ 


22.50 


26.50 


6 


16 


11 


24.00 


28.00 


27.50 


31.50 


7 


17 


121 


32.00 


39.50 


7 


37.00 


45.00 


8 


18 


131 


40.00 


47.50 


8 


46.00 


53.50 


9 


20 


15 


52.00 


60.00 


9 


60.00 


68.00 


10 


22 


16 


64.00 


72.00 
100.00 
130.00 


10 


74.00 


82.00 


12 


24 


19 


88.00 


12 


100.00 


112.00 


14 


28 


21 


116.00 


14 


132.00 


146.00 


16 


30 


231 


168.00 


186.00 


16 


193.00 


210.00 



Note. — Larger sizes made to order. Pri 
Fittings will always be furnished faced only, unl 



ces on application. Flanged 
ess otherwise ordered. 



148 



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STANDARD 

FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 




FLANGED LATERALS 



REDUCING 
FLANGED LATERALS 





Diam- 
eter of 
Flanges. 

inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges 

Each. 


With Faced 
and Drilled 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 
and Drilled 
Flanges. 

Each. 


4 


9 


14.50 


18.50 


4 


16.75 


20.75 


4£ 


H 


18.00 


22.00 


4| 


20.75 


25.00 


5 


10 


19.50 


23.50 


5 


22.50 


26.50 


6* 


n 


24.00 


28.00 


6 


27.50 


31.50 


7 


m 


32.00 


39.50 


7 


37.00 


45.00 


8 


13£ 


40.00 


47.50 


8 


46.00 


53.50 


9 


15 


52.00 


60.00 


9 


60.00 


68.00 


10 


16 


64.00 


72.00 


10 


74.00 


82.00 


12 


19 


88.00 


100.00 


12 


100.00 


112.00 


14 


21 


116.00 


130.00 


14 


132.00 


146.00 


16 


231 


168.00 


186.00 


16 


193.00 


210.00 

















Note.— Larger sizes made to order. Prices on application. Flanged 
Fittings will always be furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered. 

For dimensions of Flanged Laterals, see page 18. 

Reducing Flanged Laterals being made to order we are unable to give 
dimensions. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



149 



STANDARD 

FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 





FLANGED REDUCING TAPER 
ELBOWS 



FLANGED TAPER 
REDUCERS 





Center 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Dtameier 

of 
Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Size. 

[nche c . 


Face 


PRICE 


Inches. 


Faced 

Flanges. 

Eacb. 


Faced and 
Drilled 
Flanges. 

Each. 


Face. 
Inches. 


I r-nrpd I Faced an J 
Flange*. ! Flanges 

Each. F.ich. 


4x 2 


6£ 


9x6 


14.50 


18.50 


8 




4x 2| 


6i 


9x7 


14.50 


18.50 


~~<r 




4x 3 


H 


9 x 74 


14.50 


18.50! 




5x 2£ 


n 


10 x 7 


19.50 


23.50! 






5- 3 


n 


10 x 7! 


19.50 


23.50 


10 




5< 4 


7| 


10 x 9 


19.50 


23.50 


12 




6x 3i 


8 


11 x 8£ 


24.00 


28.00 






6x 4 


8 


11 x 9 


24.00 


28.00 


14 


Owing to the variation 


r 6x 5 


8 


11 xlO 


24.00 


28.00 


16 


in lengths and reductions 
of Flanged Taper Reduc- 


7x 5 


8j 


121x10 


32.00 


39.50 




7x 6 


H 


12^x11 


32.00 


39.50 




8x 5 


9 


13^x10 


40.00 


47.50 




ers, we are unable to pub- 


8x 6 


9 


13^x11 


40.00 


47.50 




lish dimensions or prices. 


10x 6 


11 


16 xll 


64.00 


72.00 






10x 8 


11 


16 xl3i 


64.00 


72.00 




1 


12x 8 


12 


19 xl34 


88.00 


100.00 






12x10 


12 


19 xl6 


88.00 


100.00 






14x10 


14 


21 xl6 


116.00 


130.00 






14x12 


14 


21 xl9 


116.00 


130.00 







16x12 


15 


23^x19 


168.00 


186-.00 




16x14 


15 


231x21 


168.00 


186.00 


^ 







Flanged Taper Reducing Elbows not listed above will be made to order at a 
special price. 



150 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STANDARD 

FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 




SINGLE SWEEP 
FLANGED TEES 




REDUCING 
SINGLE SWEEP 
FLANGED TEES 

REDUCING IN RUN OR BRANCH 





Center 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Face 

to 
Face. 

Inches. 


Diam- 
eter of 
Flanges. 

Inches. 


PRICE 


Size. 
Inches. 


PRICE 


Size. 
Inches. 


With 
Faced 
Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 

and- Drilled 

Flanges 

Each. 


With 
Faced 

Flanges. 

Each. 


With Faced 
and Drilled 
Flanges. 

Each. 


2 


4 1 


9 


6 


8,00 


9.50 








n 


5 


10 


7 


8.25 


10.00 


n 


9.50 


11.25 


3 


H 


11 


n 


9.50 


11.25 


3 


11.00 


12.75 


H 


6 


12 


8* 


11.00 


12.75 


H 


12.50 


14.25 


4 


ft* 


13 


9 


12.00 


15.00 


4 


13.75 


16.75 


4| 


7 


14* 


9i 


15.00 


18.00 


4 i- i 17.25 


20.25 


5 


7 i 


15 


10 


16.25 


19.25 


5 


18.75 


21.75 


-6 


8 


16 


11 


20.00 


23.00 


6 


23.00 


26.00 


7 


8i 


17 


m 


26.50 


32.00 


7 


30.00 


35.50 


8 


9 


18 


1.8.$ 


33.50 


39.00 


8 


38.50 


44.00 


9 


10 


20 


15 


. 43.50 


50.00 


9 i 50.00 


56.50 


10 


11 


22 


16 


53.50 


60.00 


10 i 61.50 


68.00 


12 


12 


24 


19 


74.00 


83.00 |j 12 85.00 


94.00 


14 


H 


28 


21 


96.00 


107.00 


14 | 110.00 


121.00 


16 


15 


30 


231 


140.00 


153.00 


16 160.00 


173.00 



Note.— Lamer sizes made to order. Prices on application. Flanged 
Fittings will always be furnished faced only, unless otherwise ordered 

Single Sweep Tees with the side opening larger than the run we do not make. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



151 



COMPANION FLANGES 

FOR STANDARD 

VALVES AND FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING PRESSURE 





BLIND FLANGES 

16 INCHES AND UNDER 




FACED FLANGES 



BOLTS 



BLIND FLANGES 

19 INCHES AND LARGER 

FACED BLIND FLANGES 





PRICE. 


Price of Size. 
Bolts per 
Set for 
one Joint. 

Inches. 


PRICE. 


Inches. 


Faced. 

Each. 


Faced and 
Drilled. 
Each. 


Faced. 
Each. 


Faced and 
Drilled. 
Each. 


2x6 


1.20 


1.50 


.25 2x6 1.40 


1.70 


2$x 7 


1.40 


2.00 


.25 2£x 7 1.60 


2.20 


3 x 7£ 


1.60 


2.25 


.25 3x?| 


1.85 


2.50 


3^x 8| 


1.80 


2.50 


.25 ■ 8|x 8| 


2.10 


2.80 


4x9 


2.15 


3.00 


.50 4x9 


2.50 


3.35 


4±x H 


2.50 


3.35 


.50 | 4£x 9* 


2.90 


3.75 


5 xlO 


2.80 


3.65 .50 5 XlO 


3.25 


4.10 


6 xll 


3.20 


4.00 


.50 ; 


6 xll 


3.70 


4.50 


7 xl2£ 


4.35 


5.75 


.75 


7 xl2i 


5.00 


6.40 


8 xm 


5.00 


6.50 


.75 


8 Xl3i 


5.75 


7.25 


9 X15 


6.75 


8.25 


1.16 : 


9 X15 


7.75 


9.25 


10 xl6 


7.75 


9.25 


1.15 


10 X16 


9.00 


10.60 


12 xl9 


10.50 


12.50 


1.60 
~ 2.2JF~ 


12 xl9 1 


14.00 


16.00 


14 X21 


13.75 


16.00 


1-4 X21 


17.50 


19.75 


16 X23| 


22.50 


26.00 


2.80 
2.80 


16 X23i 


28.00 


31.50 


18 X25 


27.50 


31.00 


18 X25 


33.00 


36.50 


20 X27i 


30.00 


34.00 


4.00 


20 x27i 


36.00 


40.00. 






! 


; 22 x29| 


41.00 


46.00 








■ 21 x32 


50.00 


55.0.0 



Note. — Flanges and Flanged Fittings 
so that ' fittings may be made to face in 
center line. 



are drilled iu 
any quarter, 



multiples 
and boles 



of four, 
straddle 



152 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




REDUCING 
COMPANION FLANGES 



WITH RIBS 



FOR STANDARD 



FLANGED FITTINGS 

FOR 125 POUNDS WORKING 
PRESSURE 





PRICE 


- 


PRICE 






PRICE. 


Size. 
Inches ( 


Faced. 
Each 


Faced 

and 
Drilled. 
Each. 


Faced 
Each. 


Faced 

ana 
Drilled. 
Each. 

~6~00 

"8^50 
8.50 


Size. 


Faced. 

Eaen. 


Faced 

and 

Drilled. 

Each. 


2x7 


2.10 


3.00 


5 


xll 


4.75 


10 


X21 


20.00 


24.00 


2 x 7£ 


2.40 


3.35 


4}xl2i 


6.50 


12 


x21 


20.00 


24.00 


2fx 7£ 


2.40 


3.35 


5 


x.m 


6.50 


10 


x23£ 


34.00 


39.00 


2 X 8£ 


2.70 


3.75 


6 


Xl2£ 


6.50 


8.50 


12 


x23£ 


34.00 


39.0'0 


2£x 8£ 


2.70 


3.75 


5 


X134 


7.50 9.75 


14 


x23| 


34.00 


39.00 


3X8} 


2.70 


3.75 


6 


xia* 


7.50 9.75 


12 


X25 


41.00 


46.00 


2}x 9 


3.25 


4.50 


7 


xl3£ 


7.50-1 9.75 


14 


X25 


41.00 


46.00 


3x9 


3.25 


4.50 


6 


X15 


10.00 1 12.25 


16 


X25 


41.00 


46.00 


8£x 9 


3.25 


4.50 


7 


X15 


10.00 1 12.25 


14 


X27£ 


45.00 


51.00 


3 X 9| 


3.75 


5.00 


8 


Xl5 


10.00 


12.25 


16 


X27} 


45.00 


51.00 


3£x 9£ 


3.75 


5.00 


7 


X16 


11.50 


14.00 


18 


x27^ 


45.00 


51.00 


4 x 9| 


3.75 


5.00 


8 


X36 


11.50 


14.00 


16 


x29i 


50.00 


58.50 


81x10 


4.25 


5.50 


9 


xl6 


11.50 


14.00 


18 


x29£ 


50.00 


58.50 


4 X10 


4.25 


5.50 


8 


xl9 


15.75 


18.75 


20 


x29£ 


50.00 


58.50 


4£xl0 


4.25 


5.50 


9 


xl9 


15.75 


18.75 


18 


X32 


61.00 


70.00 


4 xll 


4.75 


6.00 


10 


xl9 


'15.75 


18.75 


20 


X32 


61.00 


70.00 


4|xll 


4.75 


6.00 


9 


x21 


20.00 


24.00 









REDUCING FLANGED FITTINGS. 

It is not possible to carry in stock a line of Eeducing Flanged Fittings suf- 
ficiently large to meet all demands promptly. "We aim to carry a complete line 
of straight sizes and a moderate line of Reducing Tees, but we do not attempt to 
cover all possible sizes. 

To avoid delay, we carry in stock a line of Reducing Ribbed Flanges as illus- 
trated above. # These Flanges, used in connection with Straight or Reducing Fit- 
tings carried in stock enable us to fill orders for reduced sizes very promptly. 

CUSTOMERS WHO DESIRE FITTINGS REDUCED IN THIS MANNER 
WILL PLEASE SPECIFY "REDUCE BY FLANGES IF NECESSARY." 

Reducing Flanges are carried in stock as per table above 

These Flanges will always be the same thickness as the regular com- 
panion flanges of corresponding outside diameter. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



153 



CAST IRON FITTINGS. 



CURVED FLANGE 







FLANGES 



Size Pipe, 
Inches 


y , 


% i 1& 1>^ 


o 


i'i, 3 :>, 4 |4# , 5 





7 8 


9 


10 


12 


Diameter 

Inches 
3 1 10 


.10 

.15 
.22 

. 25 

,:;5 
.45 
.50 
.05 
.75 
.90 
1.00 
L.25 



































%%, ■ I .15 

.4 22 

4W .25 

5 " .35 

b% -45 
H \ .50 

0\, 


.15 

22 

.25 

.30 
.45 
. 50 
. 60 
.75 
.90 
1 00 
1 . 25 


.15 
.16 
.25 

.30 
.40 
.42 
.60 

.75 
.90 
1.00 
1 25 
1 'in 


.10 

.1(1 

.25 

.30 
.40 
.40 
.00 
.70 
.55 
.95 
1.15 
1.35 
1.90 























































22 
!30 

. 40 
.40 
.55 
.70 
.85 
.95 
1.15 
1.35 
1.9() 
2 . 25 




























.35 
.35 

.42 

.50 

.02 

.80 

.90 

1 10 

1 . 30 

1 . 75 

2.15 

2.50 


























.40 
.42 
.50 
.02 
.80 
.90 

lis 

1 . 25 

1.75 
2.0U 
2.51' 
3.00 























.50 

.50 

.62 

.75 

.90 

1.10 

1 15 

1.00 

1.80 

2 . 25 

3.00 

3.50 

4.00 






















.05 

.75 

. 85 

.90 

1.00 

1.15 

1.60 

1.50 

2 . 25 

2 . 75 

3.50 

4.00 




















-j. 


00 














, .. . 




8 




.90 
1.00 
1 15 
1.50 
1.50 
2.00 
2 . 50 
3.25 
3.75 
































1.15 
1 . 25 
1.50 
1.75 

2 50 
3.00 

3 75 


1.40 
1 . 50 

1 . 50 
1.75 

2 . 20 
3.00 
3.50 


L50 

1.50 
1 75 

2 . 2o 
2,80 
3.25 












9% 






























11 


2.20 

2 . 20 
2.80 

3 . 25 
4.00 

5 no 


















1 

...J.... 






2.80 

2.80 
3 . 25 
4.00 
5.00 
6 . 50 
5 00 








13 








14 


3.75 
4 .00 

5.00 
5.75 
8.00 


4.00 
4.50 
5.00 
5.75 
7.00 
7.50 




15 
















10 


























R 00 


17 










1 
















6.50 


7 00 


18 









1 














7 00 


l'J 
























7 50 


JO 








! 


......... 














S 50 

























Curved Flanges (U-85) made to order at special prices. 

In ordering Curved Flanges it is necesbary to give the circle they are to fit. 

DRILLED FLOOR FLANGES. 



Size Pipe, inches 

Diameter Flange, inches 
Each 



IK 
4^ 



2 

3c 



154 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 




Return Bend. 1 ) 
Close Pattern.. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



155 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 



PIECE PRICE LIST. 



BLACK. 



INCH % % % % % 

Elbow, Right Hand 04 .04 .06 .10 .15 

Elbow, Right and Left 05 .07 .12 .17 

Elbow, 45° 08 .10 .12 .18 

Elbow, Side Outlet 08 .10 .18 

Street Elbow 10 .10 .12 .20 

Tee 07 .07 .08 .11 .15 

Tee, Four Way 12 .14 .20 

Cross 08 .10 .12 .20 

Drop Elbows 0G .08 .12 .20 

Drop Elbow, Long 10 

Drop Tees 10 .14 .22 

Y Branch 25 .40 

Return Bend, Close] ^g L ;;; ;;;;;;;;;;;; ;}jj ;f» 

Return Bend, Open -j *' "' £ Jjj "og 

Coupling, Right Hand 03 .04 .07 .10 

Coupling, Right and Left.... 04 .05 .08 .12 

Reducing Coupling 03 .03 .05 .10 

Cap 03 .04 .05 .08 

Locknut 02 .03 .04 .05 

Waste Nut 04 .05 .06 .08 

Extension Piece 06 .09 .12 

Wall Plate 12 

Chandelier Hooks 10 .12 

Chandelier Loop 10 .12 



22 


.25 


.a? 


.50 


.80 


1.50 


2.25 


3.00 


.25 


.30 


.40 


.65 










20 


.36 


.54 


.82 


1.25 


2.50 


3.25 


4.50 


30 


.45 


.60 


1.00 










25 


.40 


.55 


.90 


1.50 








25 


.30 


.45 


.60 


1.05 


1.70 


2.50 


3.40 


38 


.50 


.80 


1.25 










30 


.40 


.60 


1.00 


1.75 


3.00 


3.25 


5.25 


25 
















30 
















60 


.80 


1.00 


1.70 


2.00 


3.00 


3 50 


4.00 


35 


.50 


.75 


1.00 










45 


.00 


.90 


1 25 










50 


.65 


.85 


1.25 


2.00 


3.00 






GO 


.80 


1.05 


1.55 


2.50 


3.75 






14 


.20 


.25 


.3-5 










16 


.25 


.36 


.52 










16 


.20 


.28 


.45 


.70 


1.00 


1.50 


1.8-5 


12 


.16 


.24 


.32 


.45 


.85 


1.00 


1.20 


07 


.09 


.11 


.18 










10 

















GALVANIZED. 



INCH Va. % X A % 1 

Elbow, Right Hand 05 .08 14 .20 .32 

Elbow, 45° 12 .15 .20 .25 .40 

Street Elbow 12 .12 .15 .28 .35 

Tee 00 .10 .16 .20 .38 

Cross 17 .25 .45 

Drop Elbows .12 .20 .35 .40 

Drop Elbow, Long 18 

Drop Tees 15 .25 .40 

Y Branch 38 .00 

Return Bend, Close, R. H 25 .35 

Return Bend. Open, R. H 25 .45 .70 

Coupling, Right Hand 05 .07 .10 .17 .23 

Coupling, Right and Left 06 .08 .10 .17 .25 

Reducing Coupling 08 .15 .25 

Cap 04 .05 .OS .12 .17 

Locknut 03 .04 .05 .07 .10 

Waste Nut .. .08 .10 .12 .10 .20 



55 

90 1.25 1.50 

55 .75 1.15 

70 .90 1.25 

23 .30 .40 



.35 
.24 
.14 



.90 
1.35 
1.30 
1.00 
1.50 



2.50 

1.65 

2.00 

. 55 

.75 

.75 



1.35 2.60 3.75 5.00 



1.90 3.00 4.25 5.75 



1. 00 4 50 
5.50 5.00 



. 05 ] . 05 
.76 1.30 



2.40 3.05 
1.00 2.00 



15 6 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 

MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 
POUND PRICES. 

CLASSIFICATION AND PRICE LIST. 
REVISED JUNE 19, 1896. 

CLASS A B C D C 

Caps % Mand% %, % and 1. .. AH and larger 

Chandelier Hooks All sizes 

Couplings, R. H,: .% % and % % and % 1 and 1% \% and larger 

Couplings, R. & L % % and % % and % 1 and larger 

Couplings, Reducing j£x^, %x%. . ^x^ to%x%. . %x% to \x% .. 1^ and largert 

Crosses, Straight %. >£, % and ^ % and 1 1% and larger 

Crosses, Reducing 1 and smaller \% and largert 

Drop Ells % and smaller. . % and larger 

Drop Tees * % and smaller. . % and larger 

{...% % H •• • • -%t IH and larger* 
••fcxtf X K*tf It 
■ ■%*% %*& % Reducing lx%t 
%*Va 

Elbows 45° '% and smaller % to 2 2>£ and larger 

Elbows, Side Outiet .)£ and smaller. . % and larger - 

Elbows, R. &L... '.'... *4 and % ^ % and 1 \% and larger! 

Extension Pieces % and }£ % and larger 

Locknuts % 14, % and % . . %, 1 and 1^. ... 1^ and larger 

Return Bends, R. H.\ % and %\ % and 1 1^ and larger 

Return Bends.R. & L..%and }4>. . . . % and 1 \% and larger 

Rod Couplings All sizes 

Street Elbows ...... J M and % H, K*% 1 and larger 

' K.i^ 

• % k™*K % % and It 1% and larger* 

Hxfc M. %*&• ^ Reducing lx^t 

I • • M*M H*X*H X Reducing 

:H*X %x^x% 

Tees, Four Way Y 2 and smaller. . % and larger 

V\ r all Plates All sizes 

Waste Nuts .% and smaller. . . 1 and larger 

Y Branches > % and % 1 and larger 

t Such fittings in Class D as have one or more openings smaller than % will be classed as C. 
"* Such fittings in Class E as have one or more openings smaller than 1 will be classed as D. 

The run of a bull-head Tee gives the size for the purpose of classification, the large outlet no 
being considered. 

PRICE LIST. 

CLASS ABC O E 

Black. per lb.. 30 20 16 .13 .11 

Galvanized, V ... .40 .27 .23 20 .18 

An extra charge of 10 rents will be added to the list prices of Galvanized fittings not enumerated 
in standard list oil page 

IN ORDERING RE PARTICULAR TO STATE WHETHER FITTINGS ARE TO BE BEADED OR PtAIN, 



Tees . 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



157 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 

Revised Classification and Price List 

(Superseding all Previous Classifications) 

MALLEABLE IRON. GAS. WATER AND STEAM FITTINGS. 

Adopted by Manufacturers June 19th, 1S95 



Elbows £, fx:, ; x £. 
Tee^. ±. i\-j. ±x±. |x£. 

R. & L. Couplings, £. 
•Reducers, £x£, fx|. 



Price, 30 cents per pound. 
R. H. Couplings, i. 
Ells, R. & L.. }, §. 
R. & L. Return Bends. 



Elbows, §. |, 4x{, §x*. 

Tees, ±, 4. ] x iS ^ x jx + - i^i- ^x^x^. 

Elbows, Side Outlets, i and smaller 

Tees, Side Outlets, 4 and smaller 

Street Ells, f |. 

Crosses, ^, 4. J- 

Reducing Crosses, 1 and smaller. 

Drop Ells and Tees. ^ and smaller. 

Caps, 4-, f. 

Lock Nuts, £, |. f 

Reducers, ^x^ to |x-§-, inclusive 



Ppiee,.20 cents per pound. 
Extension Pieces. ~ and +. 
R. & L. Couplings, }. -§■. 
R. H. Couplings, ±, §. 
R. & L. Elbows, i. 
Waste Nuts, £ and smaller. 
Chandelier Hooks, all sizes. 
Return Bends, 4 and \. 
Return Bends, R. and'L.. £. 1. 
Wall Plates, all sizes. 
45° Ells. + and smaller. 



Elbows, \ and Jxf! 

Elbows. R. & L~. f, 1. 

Tees, 4 and 4 reducing. 

Elbows. Side Outlets, | and larger 

Tees, Side Outlets, ^ and larger. 

Street Ells. 4, f. |x{, Ixf in . 

Crosses. I and f straight 

Drop Ells. | and larger 

Drop Tees, | and larger 

Caps, £, ] and J 



Ppiee. 16 cents per pound. 
Lock Nuts, f, 1, If 
Reducers. £\£ to 1 inclusive. 
R. & L. Couplings, *, | 
R. H. Couplings, £.f. 
Extension Pieces, f and larger 
Waste Nuts, 1 and larger. 
Return Bends, j, 1. 
45* Ells, | to 2 inclusive. 
Y's, 1 and larger. 
Return Bends. R. & L. 14; and larger. 



Elbows and lees. J and 1 

Crosses. 14, and larger 

Street Ells, 1 and larger. 

Caps. 14, and larger. 

Lock Nuts. 14 and larger 

Reducers, 1^ and larger. 

Such Fittings as have smaller outlets than f will be classed "C 



Price. 13 cents per pound. 
R. H. Couplings, 1 and 14, in. 
R. &• L. Couplings. 1 and larger. 
R. & L. Elbows, li and larger 
45° Elbows. 24. and larger 
Return Bends. 14, and lareei 



CLASS E. Price, 11 eents pep pound. 

Elbow-s and Tees, 1 j and larger. Right Hand Couplings, 14. 2 Such Fittings 

in this class that have outlets smaller than 1 to be classed "D." 

The run of Tees. (Bullheads-), gives the size for the purpose of classification, and the outlet being larger does 
Mot change it. 

Return Bends, reduced . Return Bends, tapped on spread . Elbows. tapD^d on pitch. 15 per cent added. 



PRICE LIST. 

CLASS -,. A. B. 

Price, per pound. Black 30 cents. 20 cents 

Price, per pound. Galvanized 40 cents 27 cents 



16 cents. 
23 cents 



D. 

T3 cents. 
20 cents. 



1 1 cents 
IS cents 



158 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LIST OF SIZES, ESTIMATED WEIGHTS, AND CLASSIFICATION 

OF 

MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 







ELBOWS. 








Approximate 




Size 


Weight 


Cla< 






per 100. 




X 




. 5K lbs 


A 


X x 


H 


9 


A 


% x 


% 


HX 


A 


X 




10 


B 


% x 


X 


1G 


B 


% 




17K 


B 


K x 


X 


23K 


B 


K x 


% 


22% 


C 


K 




26 


C 


%. x 


% 


45 


C 


% * 


K 


38 


C 


X 




41K 


D 


1 X 


% 


52^ 


C 


1 X 


H 


GO 


C 


1 X 


% 


GOK 


D 


1 




GbX 


D 


Wa x 


X 


91 


b 


IX x 


i 


98 


E 


IX 




97 


E 


IK x 


% 


130 


D 


IK x 


I 


106 


E 


IH x 


IX 


144 


E 


IK 




128 


E 


2 x 


K 


193 


D 


2 x 


Va 


196 


D 


2 x 


1 


188 


E 


2 x 


IX 


196 


E 


2 x 


IK 


178 


E 


2 




214 


E 


2K x 


IK 


280 


E 


2K x 


2 


380 


E 


2K 




385 


E 


3 x 


IK 


500 


E 


3 x 


2 


460 


E 


3 x 


2K 


536 


E 


3 




592 


E 


3K x 


3 


806 


E 


3K 




830 


E 


4 x 


2 


800 


E 


4 x 


3 


930 


E 


4 x 


3K' 


950 


E 


4 




1250 


E 


4K 




1750 


E 


5 




2080 


E 







3250 


E 



45° ELBOWS. 



Size 

X 

Yz 

K 

Va 
1 • 

\X 

IK 



3 

3K 

4 

4K 

5 

6 



X 



IX 
IX 
IK 
IK 



Approximate 




Weight 


CI as 


per 100 


B 




B 


24K lbs. " 


B 


33K 


C 


54 


C 


88 


C 


119 


C 


175 


C 


309 


D 


593 


D 


726 


D 


900 


V 




D 



STREET ELBOWS. 

Approximate 
Weight 
per 100 

13 lbs. 

16% 

K 45 

49K 
Va 62 

65 



IX 

IK 



102 
146 
159 
225 
252 



SIDE OUTLET ELBOWS. 

Size 



% x K x % 



%*X*H 



Approximate 
Weight 
per 100 
14 lbs. 
16 
23 
28 
29 
31 
32 



Class 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



159 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS-continued. 



SIDE OUTLET ELBOWS-CONTINUED. 



TEES-CONTINUED. 













Approximate 








Size 






Weight 
per 100 


Class 




X 




X 


K 


48 lbs. 


C 




X 




X 


\Z 


54 


C 




X 




X 


X 


50 


C 




X 




X 


1 


58 


C 


IH 


X 


IK 


X 


1 


108 


C 


iH 


X 


IH 


X 


IK 


118 


C 


U? 


X 


\% 


X 


IK 


151 


C 
C 



FOUR WAY TEES. 

Approximate 
Weight 
per 100 



X 

l 






40 
99 




C 
C 


IX 






. 130 




C 


2 






153 

TEES 




C 

C 








Approximate 






Size 






Weight 
per 100 


Class 


H 








9 lbs. 


A 


% * 


K 






9% 


A 


K x 


fc 


X 


X 


\QX 


A 


K x 


X 






9% 


A 


% x 


% 






12% 


A 


X 








12 


B 


Va x 


% 






17 


B 


% x 


Va 


X 


X 


183-2 


B 


% x 


X 


X 


% 


18 


B 


% x 


X 






17 


B 


% 








mi 


B 


% x 


X 






23% 


C 


& x 


X 


X 


% 


24% 


C 


& x 


Va 


X 


% 


2SX 


c 


M x 


H 


X 


X 


24% 


c 


X x 


% 


X 


% 


23 


c 



% 


2$y 2 




2{)% 


Va 


41 


L 


71 


IH 


120 


K x I 


4 48 













Approximate 






Size 






Weight 
per 100 


Class 


H 


X 


% 


X 


Vs 


45 lbs. 


C 


H 


X 


% 


X 


x 


43 


•c 


X 


X 


% 


X 


Va 


48 


c 


3 '4 


X 


% 


X 


1 


66 


c 


% 


X 


% 


X 


K 


38 


c 


K 


X 


X 


X 


% 


42 


c 


H 


X 


X 


X 


% 


44 


c 


3 4 


X 


/z 


X 


Va 


50^ 


c 


% 


X 


X 


X 


1 


65 


c 


Va 


X 


Va 






44 


c 


X 


X 


% 






41 


c 


\ 


X 


% 






42 


c 


Va 










50^ 


D 


H 


X 


1 






63 


D 


h 


X 


IK 






114 


D 




X 


K 


X 


k 


54 


C 




X 


% 


X 


Va 


63 


C 




X 


% 


X 


1 


78^ 


„C 




X 


% 


X 


IK 


98^ 


C 




X 


y 


X 


% 


56 


C 




X 


X 


X 


U 


63 


C 




X 


x 


X 


% 


67^ 


C 




X 


y 


X 


1 


73 


C 




X 


% 


X 


IK 


108 


C 




X 


Va 


X 


Vs 


5S^ 


C 




X 


Va 


X 


X 


60 


C 




X 


Va 


X 


Va 


71K 


D 




X 


Va 


X 


1 


72 


D 




X 


Va 


X 


IK 


105 


D 




X 


Va 






59^ 


C 




X 


% 






62 


C 




X 


X 






64 


C 




X 


Va 






71 
75 


D 
D 




X 


K 






100 


E 




X 


IX 






L12 


E 




X 


2 






195 


D 


IX 


X 


X 


X 


l 


114 


D 


IX 


X 


% 


X 


IK 


133 


D 


IX 


X 


% 


X 


Va 


104 


D 


1U 


X 


% 


X 


1 


108 


D 


ix 


X 


% 


X 


IK 


133^ 


D 


IX 


X 


Va 


X 


X 


106 


D 


IX 


X 


Va 


X 


Va 


100 


D 


m 


X 


Va 


X 


1 


116 


D 


IX 


X 


Va 


X 


IK 


132 


D 


IX 


X 


1 


X 


% 


81 


D 


IX 


X 


1 


X 


X 


92 


D 


IX 


X 


1 


X 


Va 


100 


D 


IX 


X 


1 


X 


1 


116 


E 


IX 


X 


1 


X 


IK 


i0C% 


E 



160 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS-Continued 



TEES-CONTINUED 



TEES— CONTINUED. 











A 


pproximatt 








Size 






Weight 
per 100 


Class 


ik 


x 


1 


X 


IK 


145 lbs. 


E 


ik 


X 


% 






89 


L> 


IH 


X 


k 






82 


D 


'K 


X 


% 






106K 


D 


ik 


X 


1 






107 


E 


ik 










132 


E 


1J4 


X 


IK 






156 


E 


iU 


X 


2 






1G9 


E 


Ik 


X 


K 


X 


1 


131 


D 


Ik 


X 


% 


X 


IK 


167 


D 


^2 


X 


K 


X 


IK 


164 


D 


Ik 


X 


X 


X 


1 


115 


D 


Ik 


X 


k 


X 


ik 


140 


D 


l* 


X 


k 


X 


IK 


155 


D 


>k 


X 


1 


X 


k 


110 


D 


IK 


x 


1 


X 


1 


125 


~E 


IK 


X 


1 


X 


ik 


151 


E 


ik 


X 


1 


X 


IK 


154K 


E 


ik 


X 


Ik 


X 


K 


H3K 


D 


ik 


X 


m 


X 


k 


112K 


D. 


ik 


X 


ik 


X 


1 


127K 


E 


l l '2 


X 


m 


X 


ik 


144 


E 


IK 


X 


ik 


X 


IK 


160 


E 


Ik 


X 


% 






104 


D 


Ik 


X 


k 






112 


D 


Ik 


X 


k 






116 


D 


Ik 


X 


1 






128 


E 


ik 


X 


Ik 






15<i 


E 


iM 










160 


E 


*K 


X 


IX 


X 


2 


198 


E 


Ik 


X 


9 






180 


E 


2 


X 


y% 


X 


2 


236 


D 


2 


X 


K 


X 


2 


226 


D 


2 


X 


k 


X 


2 


240 


D 


2 


X 


1 


X 


2 


224 


E 


2 


X 


1M 


X 


ik 


201 k 


E 


2 


X 


Ik 


X 


IK 


231 


E 


2 


X 


Ik 


X 


2 


236 


E 


2 


X 


IK 


X 


k 


222 


D 


2 


X 


IK 


X 


i 


224 


E 


2 


X 


IK 


X 


ik 


209K 


E 


2 


X 


IK 


X 


IK 


224 


E 


2 


X 


IK 


X 


2 


244 


E 


2 


X 


% 






154 


D 


2 


X 


K 






160 


D 


2 


X 


X 






161 


D 


2 


X 


1 






181 


E 


2 


X 


Ik 






203 


E 


2 


X 


IK 






220 


E 


2 










268K 


E 


2 


X 


2K 






320K 


E 


2.k 


X 


1 






315 


E 


2 k 


X 


ik 






295 


E 


2,k 


X 


IK 






300 


E 


2,k 


X 


2 






348 


E 


^2 










470 


E 


2.K 


X 


3 






538 


E 


3 


X 


1 






525 


E 


3 


X 


ik 






530 


E 


3 


X 


IK 






532 


E 


3 


X 


2 






010 


E 


3 


X 


2K 






032 


E 


3 










745 


E 


3K 

zy 2 


X 

X 


2 

2K 






770 


K 
E 



Approximate 

Weight Clas 
per 100 



3K 

3K 



4K 



2K 
3 

3K 



• 950 lbs. 
1003 
1110 
1182K 
1245 
1513 
1465 

2690 
4600 



CROSSES. 



15% lbs. 
23 



27 

28K 

27 

28 

31 

39 

39 

50 

44K 

50K 



1 


X 


H x 


X 


62 


1 


X 


k x 


k 


64 


1 


X 


% 




6$^ 


1 


X 


K 




69 


1 
I 


X 


k 




82 


ik 


X 


1 X 


k 


96 


ik 


X 


1 X 


1 


105 


ik 


X 


% 




90 


ik 


X 


K 




106 


ik 


X 


k 




118 


ik 


X 


1 




132 


ik 

1*2 








158 


X 


ik x 


ik 


158 


Ik 


X 


% 




119 


Ik 


X 


K 




1MK 


ik 


X 


k 




132 


Ik 


X 


1 




146 


Ik 


X 


ik 




185 


Ik 








198 


2 


X 


% . 




157 


2 


X 


K 




180 


2 


X 


k 




194 


2 


X 


1 




226 


2 


X 


ik 




252 


2 


X 


ik 




202 


2 








288 


2 1 ,; 


\ 


ik 




318 


2 1 ^ 


x 


IK 




340 


2'o 


x 


2 




380 


art 








GOO 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



161 



MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS-Continued 



REDUCING COUPLINGS-CONTINUED 



LOCKNUTS-vOMiNOEO 









Approximate 






Size 


Weight 


Class 








per 100 




2 


X 


IK 


98 lbs 


D 


2 


X 


IX 


10oM 


D 


-X 


X 


H 




D 


2% 


X 


1 


18> 


D 


2X 


X 




174^ 


D 


*X 


X 


177 


D 


tx 


X 


2 


189 


D 


3 * 


X 


1 


250 


D 


3 


x 


IK 


280 


D 


3 


X 


IX 


250 


D 


3 


X 


2 


205 


D 


3 


X 


?X 


300 


I) 


3\> 


X 


IX 




D 


■>X 


X 


2 




D 


%% 


X 


2% 


302 


D 


*X 


X 


3 


370 


D 


4 


X 


1 




D 


4 


X 


2 


430 


D 


4 


X 


2X 


505 


D 


4 


X 


3 


480 


D 


4 


X 


3X 


495 


D 




EXTENSION PIECES. 




% 


X 


K 


10 lbs. 


B 


M 


X 


X 


\%X 


B 


\ 


X 


% 


28 


C 


i 


X 


1 


41 1 ., 


c 


l 


X 


K 


39 


c 


iK 


X 


K 


48', 


c 


RIGHT 


AND 


LEFT COUPLINGS. 






Approximate 




Size 






Weight 
per 100 


Class 


% 








A 


s 






7^' lbs. 


B 


% 






13 


B 


X 






20V 2 


C 


X 






29% 


C 
D 


IX 






mx 


D 


IX 






115 


D 


2 






170 


D 


RIGHT HAND COUPLINGS. 


% 






\% lbs. 


A 


K 






CK 


B 


% 






10^ 


B 


X 






18 


C 


i 






27K 
47^ 


C 
D 


m 






70 


D 


IX 






97 


E 


2 






148 


E 






LOCKNUTS. 




H 






3% lbs. 


B 


% 






*% 


B 


x 






?H 


B 


k 






\2\ 


C 


i 






MVa 


C 


iK 






26% 


c 


ix 






34 


D 


2 






50 


u 





Approximate 




Size 


Weight 
per lOU 


Cla 


2X 


'185 lbs. 


I) 


3 


I<)5 


I) 


{'.,' 


270 


1) 


4 


4'5 
WASTE NUTS. 


1) 


M 


5 lbs. 





% 


7 


B 


X 


10 


B 


S A 


n»K 


B 


1 


UX 


C 




WALL PLATES. 




X 


14 lbs. 
CHANDELIER LOOPS. 


B 


% 


15^ lbs. 


B 


X 


2i ) 

CHANDELIER HOOKS. 
MALE. 


13 


X 


18>4 lbs. 


B 


X 


27> 4 

CHANDELIER HOOKS 
FEMALE. 


B 


% 


20 lbs. 


B 


% 


21X 

RETURN BENDS. 
OPEN PATTERN. 


B 


X 


2\% lbs. 


B 


X 


41K 


B 


X 


81 K 


C 


1 


133 


C 


IK 


191K 


D 


IX 


314) 2 


D 


2 


557 


D 


2X 


750 


D 


3 


1085 


D 


sx 




D 


4 


RETURN BENDS. 
CLOSE PATTERN. 


J) 


X 


20 lbs. 


B 


X 


35 


B 


% 


67 


C 


1 


100 


C 


IK 


104 


D 


m 


245 


D 


2 


395 


D 


2X 


625 


D 


3 


850 
Y'S 


D 


X 




B 


% 




B 




113 lbs 


C 


IK 


1X7 


C 


1J* 


275 


C 


2 


437 


C 


2X 




C 


3 


1000 


C 


sx 




C 


4 




c 



162 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STANDARD LIST 



GALVANIZED MALLEABLE IRON FITTINGS. 



I 

IX 
IX 
IK 



ELBOWS. 

x X 



IX 



3 

33^ 



x 1% 



STREET ELBOWS. 



2 



FEMALE 

DROP ELBOWS 

AND TEES. 



45° ELBOWS. 



2 



K * 


X 


X 


% 




1 


X 


1 


X 


IX 




V4 


X 


IK 


x IK 


% x 


X 


X 


%' 




ix 


X 


1 


X 


1 




IK 


X 


IK 


x 2 


X x 


X 


X 


X 




IX 


X 




X 


IX 




2 


X 


IK 


x 1^ 


K X 


X 


X 


X 




IX 


X 


IX 


X 


X 




2 


X 


2 


x X 


% x 


K 


X 


K 




\x 


X 


IX 


X 


1 




2 


X 


2 


x X 


% x 


X 


X 


X 




IX 


X 


IX 


X 


IX 




2 


X 


2 


X 1 


% x 


X 


X 


% 




IX 


X 


IX 


X 


IK 




2 


X 


2 


x IX 


X x 


X 


X 


X 




IX 


X 


IX 


X 


K 




2 


X 


2 


X 1^ 


& x 


X 


X 


X 




M 


X 


m 


X 


ix 




2 


X 


IK 


x 2 


X x 


X 


X 


1 




m 


X 


IX 


X 


IK 




2 


X 


2 


x 2 


1 X 


X 


X 


X 




\% 


X 


IK 


X 


X 




2K 


X 


2& 


x 2X 


I X 


X 


X 


1 




m 


X 


IK 


X 


X 




3 


X 


3 


x 3 


1 X 


l 


X 


K 




IK 


X 


IK 


X 


1 




3> 2 


X 


3X 


x 3M 


1 X 


l 


X 


X 




IK 


X 


IK 


X 


IX 




4 


X 


4 


x 4 


1 X 


l 


X 


1 


RIGHT 






















RIGHT HAND 




AND LEFT . 




REDUCING 














COUPLINGS. 




COUPLINGS. 




COUPLINGS. 


CROSSES. 




LOCKNUTS 


' X 








% 




X x 


K 




K 








K- 


H 








X 




1 


X 


X 




X 








X 


k m 








X 




IX x ] 


[ 




1 








X 


X 








1 




IX x \X 




IX 








1 


i 








m 




2 


x IK 




m 








IK 


lk 








IK 












2 








IK 


1M 








2 




















2 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



163 



Fig. 75. 




MALLEABLE IRON RAILING FITTINGS. 

For Fences, Enclosing Engines and Machinery, Exhibition Spaces, etc. 
Fig. 76. Fig. 77. 





Fig. 78 




Fig. 79 



■Pih 

•fer 



Fig. 80. 



Fig. 81. 



Fig. 82 




Size Indies 

Elbow . r "Each 

Elbow. Side Outlet - 

Tee 

Tee. Side Outlet 

Cross • 

Gross. Side Outlet 



A co 



.16 



H 


] 


1* • 


1H 


o 


.18 


20 


.35 


.45 


.72 


23 


.25 


.40 


.50 


.80 


.23 


.25 


.40 


.50 


.75 


.33 


.35 


.45 


.55 


90 


.33 


35 


.45 


.58 


1.00 


.38 


.40 


.50 


.65 


1.35 


.18 


20 


.25 


.35 


.90 


.40 


.45 


.55 


.80 


1.00 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.28 


.30 



Hinge 

Flange 

Railing Fittings will be furnished with all RIGHT HAND Threads unless otherwise specified. 
Extra charge will be made for Right and Left or Left Hand Fitting' 

As the Fittings do not need to be steam or water tight, a satisfactory job can be made by running 
Left Hand Tap into any Right Hand Outlet 

POLISHED BRASS RAILING FITTINGS. 






Size Inches % 

Elbow Each .40 

Elbow. Side Outlet " -75 

Tee .: ' -60 

Tee. Side Ourlet " 105 

Cross - " 1-05 

Cross, Side Outlet . " 1.20 

-Acorn. .40 

Hinge .... _ " -90 

Flange _^_ .26 



Ifc 



.60 


.80 


1.20 


1.60 


2.20 


1.00 


1.45 


-1.65 


2.05 


2.90 


.85 


1.10 


1.70 


2.00 


2.75 


1.25 


1.50 


2.00 


2.30 


3.25 


1.25 


1.50 


2.00 


2.40 


3.25 


1.45 


1.70 


2.12 


2.60 


3.50 


.65 


.80 


.90 


1.20 


2.50 


1.30 


1.50 


1.90 


2.25 


3.25 


.35 


.40 


70 


.95 


1.30 



164 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MALLEABLE IRON PIPE CLAMPS. 

2, 2}A AND 3 INCH SIZES. 4 TO 8 INCH S"ZES. 



FOR 

WROUGHT IRON 

WATER PIPE. 





Size of Pipe, inches 2 2% 3 3 4 

Tapped for Pipe, inches. % to 1 1 to \% % to 1 1*4 to 2 % to 1)£ 

u-eo and si, each 1.00 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.75 

Size of Pipe, inches 5 6 6 6 7 

Tapped for. Pipe, inches. 3 %to\% 2 3 % to 1& 

j£ each 4.00 2.25 2.50 5.00 2.50 

The 4 inch size is also suitable for 3 inch Cast Iron Water Pipe. 

.« 5 « u 4 

"6 '« " 5 

"7 « "6 



2.00 4.00 

7 7 

2 3 

2.70 5.00 



5 
^tolK 



2 to 3 
5.50 



CAST IRON WATER PIPE CLAMP. 

FOR CAST IRON WATER PIPE. 




Size of Pipe, inches 2 

Tapped for Pipe, inches. % to 1 

Each .50 

Size of Pipe, inches 5 

Tapped for Pipe, inches. 1%. to 2 

Each 1.10 



£tol& 
1.15 



3 
J#to2 

.80 



IK to 2 
1 25 



4 
Kto'lK 



1.25 



4 

IK to 2 
J. 00 N 

7 

\y. to 2 

1.50 



% to 114 
1.00 



2 to 3 
3.00 



MALLEABLE IRON PIPE SADDLE. 

FOR STEAM PIPE. 




Size of Pipe, inches 

Tapped for Pipe, inches. 
Each 



2 2^ 3 

1 to \y z 1 to \y 2 1 to 2 

1.00 1.25 1.25 



4 


5 


6 


6 


8 


1 to 2 


1 to 2 


1 to 2 


2% to 4 


2Y 2 to 4 


1.50 \ 


2.75 


2.75 


5.75 


6.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



165 



CAST IRON HOOK PLATES. 



Fig. A- 2342 



A***** 111 Ml 



Hook Plates. 



No. of Hooks. . . . 








12 3 4 


5 R 


Forlin. pipe, 21 ir 


. bet. c 


enter 


.pnc 


?, .9 .18 .23 .26 


.32 .38 


- li » 3 

•' H " 31 








.10 .21 .27 .32 


41 .52 


« 






.15 28 .43 58 


.72 .88 


•• 2 " 41 


" 


" 




.22 .43 .65 .90 


.15 1.35 



LanndryCoil Stands. 

For 1 inch Pipe, with Movable Hook Plates. 



i, for four pipes high each, $2 00 

■, for six pipes high. . each, 2 75 

:, for eight pipes high each, 3 50 

, for ten pipes high each, 4 25 

i hooks, complete for 1 inch ,. . net, each, 06 
U each, 08 




The object of this Sectional Pipe Hanger is readily under- 
stood. Pipe can be run and supported upon temporary wood 
hangers, and when in proper line these Sectional Hangers can 
be conveniently applied. 



Size, inches 


H 


l V4 


IV 


2 2% 


3 3^ 4 5 6 


Price, each 


.32 


.33 .35 


.45 


65 .65 


SO 100 1.15 2.00 2.50 


Sl*e of pipe, rl 
























tapped for In 


■ H 


H M 


h 


H h 


h i i h % 



Hook 


Plates, 


No. of Hooks 

For 1 in. pipe. 2', in. b 

.. J; ., 3- H 

»' li " 3i " 


1 2 3 4. 5 6 

•t. centens, price, .15 .25 .35 .50 -60 .70 
.17 .27 .40 .60 «"0 -80 
.25 40 60 .75 -90 1.00 


JBQB^ Beam Hooks, Long Shank 


Size, inches \ 
Price, each .13 


y K 1 1J4 li 2 2< e 3 
15 .18 .22 .24 .35 .65 .90 



Celling Plates, in One Piece. 



Ceilin> Plate; 

Cast Iron Floor Plate. 





Spun Brass Floor and Ceiling Plates. 






Ceiling Plate 




Floor 


Plate. 












.11 


1 4 


.13 




Price n\ 


or plates, nickel plated 


.each. 


15 



GAS PIPE HOOKS, WROUGHT 



Price Per Thousand . 

Hundred.. 

" Each 



S.10 11.70 14.30 13.20 23 40 

i 00 1.95 1.50 2.00 2 50 

Qt}i 01^ 02 02^ 03 



166 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE "EUREKA" PIPE HANGER. 






Inch % % \ 1% \% 2 2% 
15 .18 .18 '.20 .25 .28 .33 



3 3K 4 5 6 7 8 

38 .45 .55 .65 .75 1.15 1.25 



Size Girder, inches 3 3}£ 4 A% 5 6 

Cast Iron Clamps for Girders as shown in U-162..... 40 .40 .60 .60 .60 .60 

EXTENSION IRON PIPE HANGER. 



SOLID IRON PIPE HANGER. 





Inch H % H I 1H !* 2 

Plain Iron, per 100 5.00 5.00 5.80 6.75 7.50 10.00 14.00. 

Galvanized, « 6.50 6.50 7.00 8.00 9.00 12.00 16.00 

Galvanized, with % x 4 Nipple, each .25 .30 .35 .40 .50 .60 

Galvanized, without Nipple, each .20 .25 .30 .35 .45 .55 

GAS PIPE HOOKS 

PIPE STRAPS. 

TINNED. 





Per pound 



GAS 


PIPE 


HOOKS 


H 

45 


% 
.55 


.65 


TINNED STRAPS. 


H 

.30 


.30 


.30 



1 

4.00 



IK 
1.30 



\h 



1M 

1.60 



2 
2.00 



2 

.30 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



167 



EXPANSION PIPE HANGER. 




Inch % 1 \}i IH 

Each 17 .18 -19 .25 

Tapped for Nipples, inches % % H rs 



2 244 3 SH 4 4*< 5 6 7 8 
.29 3'~s .44 .55 .63 .90 1.12 1.3-5 1.S0 2.25 

X % X M M X M % & H 



BALL JOINT PIPE HANGERS. 

NO. 2. 






Inch 
-No. 1 . Each 
No. 2. Each 
No. 3. Each 



3/ \<1U \U 2 2U 3 3^ 4 5 6 . 8 10 12 

.18 .18 20 .22 .25 .30 .35 .37 .45 .58 .7(1 105 1,20 l.JO I JO 

58 .58 .60 .02 .65 .70 .75 .77 .85 .98 1.10 1.45 1.00 2.00 2.30 

.33 .33 .35 .37 .40 .55 .62 .70 .83 1.05 1.20 155 1.70 2,00 2-30 

When ordering No. 2 Hangers, state size of Beam. 



168 



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PIPE CUT TO ORDER. 




DIAGRAM SHOWING SCREWED VALVE AND FITTINGS. 




DIAGRAM SHOWING FLANGED VALVE AND FITTINGS 

We are equipped with the most improved facilities for cutting, threading, and fitting all sizes of 
pipe to sketch. 

In laying out work of this kind great care should be taken in making sketches. All measurements 
should be given centre to centre as shown in above diagrams. It is also necessary to know for what 
purpose the pipe is to be used and pressure required to stand. 

LAP WELDED TUYERE PIPE 

FOR COILING PURPOSES. 



Nominal 
Inside 

Diameter, 
Inches 



1« 



Actual 

Outside 

Diameter 

Inches 

1.315 
1.G6 



Nominal Net Price per Net Price per 

Weight Ft. for Lengths Ft. for Lengths 

Thickness, per Foot, 30 Feet and 30 to 36 

Inches Pounds Under Feet 



2.21 
3.13 



on application 




STEAM GAUGE SYPHONS. 

BRASS AND IRON. 

Size Pipe Thread Inch \£ 

Iron Each . 50 

Brass, Finished ' 1-80 

Brass, Nickelplated " 2.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



169 



SEAMLESS DRAWN BRASS AND COPPER TUBES^ 




WILL THREAD TO FIT IRON PIPE FITTINGS. 



Iron Pipe 
Size. 



1 

3 
4 



Inside 


Diameter. 


.27 


.36 


49 


.62 


.82 


1.04 


1.38 


1.61 


2.06 


2.46 


3.06 


3.50 


4.02 


5.04 


6.06 


7.02 



Outside 
Diameter. 

I 
4 

iy* 

2% 
2^ 

fA 

4 

5.3§ 
6.62 
7.63 

8.62 



Length Feet, 
about 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 

12 
8 to 10 
6 to 8 
Special 
Special 



Approximate Weight Per Foot. 
Brass. Copper 



.30 
.43 
.58 
.80 
1.1? 
1.67 
2.42 
2.92 
4.17 
5.00 
8.00 
10.00 
12.00 
15.93 
20.69 
26.28 
29.88 



.31 

.45 

.61 

.84 

1.23 

1.75 

2.54 

3.0? 

4.38 

5.25 

8.40 

10.50 

12.00 

17.30 

•22.38 

27.7? 



Adopted February 6. 

















Price List in 

OUTSIDE 


Cents per 

DlAMETEfc. 


Pound 








































Stubs' 

Gauge. 


B. &S. 
Gauge. 


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25 


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28 


83 

25 


25 


2* 


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4 to 11 


3 to 9 












33 


31 


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29 


28 27 


2-3 


24 


23 


2-2 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


2. 


22 


23 


23 


24 


M 


12 


10 








37 


35 


33 


31 


30 


29 


28 27 


25 


24 


23 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


22 


24 


24 


25 


26 


27 


29 


29 


29 


28 


29 


28 


» 


X 


29 


29 


13 


11 








37 


35 


(3 


31 


30 


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27 


25 


24 


23 


23 


23 


23 


23 


23 


23 


23 


24 


m a 


26 


27 


28 


2r 


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3C 


3t 


M 


3'? 
31 


3C 


90 


« 


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30 


14 


12 






41 


37 


35 


33 


31 


30 


29 


2.5 


27 


25 


24 


23 


2< 


23 


23 


23 


23 


23 


24 


25 


26 


26 


27 


25 


29 


30 


31 


31 


31 


3i 


31 


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3) 

3: 


31 


31 


15 


13 






42 


3S 


3 b 


33 


32 


31 


30 


29 


28 


26 


2-5 


24 


24 


24 


24 


24 


24 


24 


25 


26 


27 


27 


28 


29 


3C 


« 


32 


f 

34 


32 


32 


32 


32 


3 


32 


32 


16 


14 






43 


39 


37 


34 


33 


32 


31 


30 


29 


26 


2-5 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


25 


26 


27 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


.34 


34 


34 


34 


34 


-4 


.34 


34 


17 


15 






44 


40 35 


35 


34 


33 


32 


31 


30 


27 


26 


26 


26 


26 


20 


26 


25 


27 


25 


29 


30 


31 


32 


3? 
35 


34 


35 


36 


30 


M 


$6 


35 


3t 


38 


36 


36 


33 


18 


16 


81 


61 


46 


42 3v 


36 


35 


31 


32 


31 


30 


28 


27 


27 


27 


27 


27 


28 


2j> 


29 


3C 


31 


32 


33 


34 


36 


37 


3^ 


it 


3* 




38 


35 


38 


3* 


35 


38 


19 


17 


86 


62 


47 


43 40 


37 


33 


35 


34 


33 


3-2 


3.1 


29 


25 


28 


2» 


28 


29 


30 


31 


32 


33 


'.4 


3-5 


36 


37 


33 


39 


■ 


4i 


¥. 


K 


10 


4^ 


Y) 


K 


10 


40 


20 


18-19 


91 


64 


49 


44 41 


39 


35 


37 


36 


3i 


34 


32 


31 


30 


30 


30 


30 


31 


32 


33 


34 


3-5 


38 


37 


38 


39 


4-: 


U 


42 


■ 


42 


42 


12 


42 


« 


4. 


r2 


42 


21 


20 


96 


88 


51 


46 43 


11 


40 


39 35 


37 


36 


35 


34 


32 


32 


32 


32 


33 


34 


35 


36 


37138 


39 


l€ 


41 


12 






















22 


21 


101 


71 


56 


48+4 


42 


41 


40 39 


35 


37 


37 


36 


34 


34 


35 


36 


36 


37 


3- 


39 


4041 


42 


43 




























23 


22 


106 


76 


61 


50 46 


44 


43 


4241 


40 


39 


39 


39 


37 


37 


38 


39 


3^ 


40 


41 


42 


4344 
































24 


23 


116 


51 


86 


33 4« 


46 


45 


4443 


41 


40 


40 


41 


41 


41 


42 


42 










































25 


24 


131 


-6 


71 


5661 


49 


47 


46145 


44 43 


44 


45 















































Note. — For diameters of the fractional parts of an inch where no price is given, lake the column to the left of where such silt 
would appear if designated. Thus: l^f would go at price of 1% inches ; ljfj at the price of 1 inch; 6i^ inch at the price of 5 inches. 
No. 20 O. G. 1 inch is 34 cents; No. 20 O. G. ty A inch is 32 cents; No. 20 O. G. \% inch would be 34 cents and not 32 cents. 

Copper. Bronze and Gilding Tube 3 Cents pep Pound Additional. 



170 



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LUNKENHEIMER 

BRASS UNIONS. 

ROUGH HEAVY 




Rough Heavy OR 

Gov. Pat. Union, 
Ground Joint. 

Size , Inches 

Rough Heavy Government Pattern, Each 

Finished Pattern Each 



INI 


SHh 


U P 


All 


ERN 


s. 




Finfshed Union, 


















Ground Joint. 




H 


% 


v% 


% 


X 


1 


1# 


l# 2 2'/ 2 


3 


.35 


.40 


.55 


.75 


1.00 


1.40 


1.90 


2.75 4.00 6.50 


8.50 


.32 


.36 


.50 


.70 


.90 


1.25 


1.70 


2 50 3.60 6.00 


7 75 




BRASS SWING JOINTS. 

Size Inches >/ 2 x'A %*K lxl \%x\% \]/ z x\% 

Rough Brass Each 2.50 3.50 5.00 6.50 9.00 

Finished Brass Each 3.00 4.00 5.75 7.25 10.00 



LUNKENHEIMER BRASS FITTINGS. 

FOR 175 LBS. WORKING PRESSURE. ROUGH OR FINISHED. 



2x2 

13.00 

15.00 








Coupling. 



Return Bend, 
Close Pattern. 



Long Nipple. 



Return Bend", 
Open Pattern. 



Flange Union. 



Close Nipple. 





Cap. 



Plug. 



Lock Nut. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



171 



BRASS F1TTINGS-(IR0N PIPE THREAD). 



The brass fittings and flanges listed herewith are of heavy and substantial design and must not be eon- 
founded with what are known to the trade as "standard fittings." They are made of gun metal, carefully 
threaded and guaranteed for 175 lbs. working pressure. Extra heavy fittings for 350 lbs. working pressure 
made to order. 

ROUGH. 



Size Inches l /% 

Elbows Each .12 

Elbows, Reducing 

Elbows, 45° 

Elbows, Side Outlet 

Elbows, Street 

Tees 

Tees, Reducing 

Tees, Side Outlet 

Crosses . . 

Crosses, Reducing 

Drop Elbows, Female 

Drop Tees, Female 

Caps " .15 

Plugs 

Reducers, reducing one size. . . 

Couplings " .10 

Couplings, R. and L 

Lock Nuts 

Nipples, Close " .12 

Nipples, S. and L. to V Long 
Bushings, reducing one size. 
Bushings, reducing two sizes . . 
Return Bends, Open Pattern . . 
Return Bends, Close Pattern 



22 .26 .35 



25 .38 .50 
.45 
.50 
.65 

.40 



n 

.21 



.40 
.50 
.30 
.35 
.20 
.12 



.12 
.20 
.30 
.12 
.12 
.40 
.35 



X 

.35 
.45 
.50 



.20 .30 .45 



20 
.30 
.45 
.21 
.21 
1.00 



1.00 
.75 
.95 

1.25 
.80 

1.00 
.85 

1.25 
.45 
.28 



1% 
.85 
1.10 
1.15 
1.50 
1.80 
1.00 
1.25 
1.70 
1.50 
1.90 



.30 
.40 
.HO 



1.35 

1.15 



.90 
.60 

.75 
.4.") 
.00 
.90 

.50 
.50 
2.00 
1.05 



IK 
1.10 
1.40 
1.50 
1.80 
2.25 
1.30 
1.65 
2.00 
2.00 
2.50 



2 2j£ 3 S}4 4 

1.50 3.50 4.50 7.00 10.00 

1.90 4.40 5:65 8.75 12.50 

2.25 4.25 7.00 9.00 10.00 

3 50 

L75 4.00 5.50 '9.06 13.00 

2.20 5.00 6.90 11.25 16.25 

3.'50 5.00 7.00 10.00 14.50 

4.40 6.25 8.75 12.50 18.00 



.50 
1.12 

.90 
1.12 

.70 
.90 
1.25 
.67 
.67 
3.00 
2.50 



1.10 
.90 
1.85 
1.35 
1.75 
.95 
1.25 
1.60 
1.00 
1.00 
4.50 
4.00 



2.00 
1.25 
3.00 
2.40 

i.56 

2.50 
3.00 
1.50 
1.50 



3.00 
2.00 
4.50 
3.50 

2.75 
3.50 
4.50 
2.50 
2.50 



3.00 4.00 



FINISHED. 



Size Inches 

Elbows . . Each 

Elbows, Reducing 

Elbows, 45° 

Elbows, Side Outlet 

Elbows, Street 

Tees, 

Tees, Reducing 

Tees, Side Outlet 

Crosses 

Crosses, Reducing 

Drop Elbows, Female 

Drop Tees, Female 

Caps 

Plugs 

Reducers, reducing one size 

Couplings 

Couplings, R. and L. 

Lock Nuts 

Bushings 

Return Bends, Open Pattern 
Return Bends, Close Pattern 



% 
.34 



.42 
.52 
.50 
.50 
.70 
.60 



.60 .80 
.75 1.00 



.70 
.40 
.24 
.44 
.32 
.30 
.24 
.24 
.80 
.70 



.70 
.70 



1.00 
.90 

1.00 

1.30 
.80 
.90 
.50 
.30 
.64 
.50 
.55 
.30 
.28 

1.00 



X \ \% \y 2 2 zy 2 3 %% 4 

.70 1.00 1.70 2.20 3.00 '7.00 9.00 14.00 20.00 

.90 E25 2.20 2.80 3.80 8.80 11.30 K. 50 25.00 

1.00 1.50 2.30 3.00 4.50 8.50 14.00 18.00 20.00 

.90 1.50 3.00 3.60 

1.10 1.50 2.65 4.50 7.00 

1.00 1.50 2.00 2.60 3.50 8.00 11.00 18.00 26.00 

1.25 1.90 2.50 3.30 4.40 10.00 13.80 22.50 32.50 

1.20 2.50 3.40 4.00 

1.20 1.60 3.00 4.00 7.00 10.00 14.00 20.00 29.00 

1.50 2.00 3.80 5.00 8.80 12.50 17.50 25.00 36.00 

1.10 1.70 ... 

1.70 2.50 

.70 .90 1.20 1.60 2.20 4.00 6.00 

.40 .56 .80 1.00 1.80 2.50 4.00 6.00 8.00 

.90 1.30 1.80 2.25 3.70 6.00 9.00 

.75 1.00 1.20 1.80 2.70 4.80 7.00 

.82 1.10 1.35 2.00 3.10 

.40 .60 .90 1.40 1.90 3.00 .5.50 

.42 .76 1.00 1.35 2.00 3.00 5.00 

2.00 2.70 4.00 6.00 9.00 

1.50 2.30 3.30 5.00 8.00 



BRASS FLANGE UNIONS- ROUGH. 



Size Inches 

Complete with Bolts, 



X 


H 


1 


IX 


1^ 


2 


%% 


3 


3K 


4 


4K 


5 


3.50 


3.50 


3.75 


4.25 


5.60 


6.50 


8.50 


10.50 


13.50 


15.00 


20.00 


22.00 



172 



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FLOOR THIMBLE, 




Inch % 1 V4 \% 2 2% 3 3K 4 ^A% 5 6 

No. i Each .50 .60 .80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.65 

no. i. Nickel Plated, " .90 1.00 1.30 1.60 1.90 2.20 2.75 

No. 2 " .60 .70 .90 1.10 1.30 1.55 1.80 2.15 3.00 4.50 5.00 6.50 

Nc.2. Nickel Plated, "" 1.00 1.10 1.40 1.70 2.00 2.35 2.90 3.35' 4.40 6.00 6.60 8.30 
No. 1. Minimum length, 9 inches ; maximum length, 16 inches. 
No. 2. " " 15 " " " 22 

No. 1 will always be shipped unless otherwise ordered. 



SEAMLESS DRAWN BRASS PIPE. 



^mm^jnm 



CT^ 



i 

m 



IRON PIPE SIZE. 

. Inch H H % X H 1 V/a ^A 2 2% 3 

Approximate weight per foot, pounds . .25 .43 .62 .90 1.25 1.70-2.50 3 4 5.75 8.30 

PRICES NET. 



Approximate weight per foot, pounds . . 



PLUMBERS' TUBING. 

Inch % y x 



1 



M 



m 

1.25 



.44 54 

PRICES NET. 

Brass Pipe is usually carried in 12 foot lengths. Special lengths made to order. 



IK 
1.50 



BRASS UNIONS-WITH GROUND JOINTS. 




Rough, each 

Finished, " 



% 


Va 


% 


K 


Va 


1 


.35 


.40 


.55 


.75 


1.00 


1.40 


.32 


.30 


.50 


.70 


.90 


1.25 



IK iy 2 2 2% 3 

1.90 2.75 4 00 6.50 8.50 
1.70 2-50 3.60 6.00 7.75 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



173 



STEAM COILS AND BENDS. 




uJ 



Trombone coil. 



Coil "Work and Pipe Bending: 
Of Every Description. 
We will be pleased to quote 
price upon receipt of sketch. 



SPIRAL COIL. 

All coils and 

bends are tested 
to 600 lbs. air 
pressure, or 
1,000 lbs. hy- 
draulic press- 
ure. 



3 



S 



ANY 
SHAPE, 

TO 
ORDER. 





SPIRAL COIL. 

We carry in 
stock all sizes of 
Iron. Brass or 
Copper Pipe or 
Tubing to en 
able us to fill all 
orders promptly 



174 



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BRACKET COILS. 

MADE OF 1-INCH PIPE. 








12 PIPES 


HIGH 


. 












Length, Feet 


8 


7 


C 


5* 


5 


4* 


4 


3* 


3 


2* 


Per Foot, 2 Pipes Wide .... 
Per Foot, 1 Pipe Wide 


.21* 

.23 


.22. 
.234 


.22* 
.24 


.23 

.24* 


.23* 
25 


.24* 
.26 


-25* 

.27 


.26* 
.28 


.27* 
.29 


• 2fH 
.31 







10 PIPES 


HIGH 














Length, Feet 


8 


7 


6 


54 


5 


4* 


4 


3* 


3 


'**• 




Per Foot, 2 Pipes Wide 

Per Foot, 1 Pipe Wide 


.22* 
.24 


.23 

.24* 


.23* 
.25 


.24 
.254 


.24* 


.25* 

.27 


.26* 
.28 


.274 
.29 


.28* 
.30 


.30* 
.32 







8 PIPES 


HIGH 














Length, Feet 


8 


7 


6 


54 


5 


44. 


4 | 34 


3 


24 


Per Foot, 2 Pipes Wide 

Per Foot, 1 Pipe Wide 


.23* 
.25 


.24 
.254 


.244 


.25 

.264 


.254 

.27 


.264 

.28 


.274 
.29 


.28* 

.30 


.29* 
.31 


.31* 
.33 







6 PIPES 


HIGH 














Length, Feet 


8' 


7 





5* 


5 


44 


4 


34 


3 


•i 1 




Per Foot, 2 Pipes Wide... 
Per Foot, 1 Pipe Wide.-,'. 


.24i 

.26 


.25 
.264 


.254 

.27 


.26 

.274 


.264 
• .28| 


.274 
.29 


.284 
30 


.294 
31 


.304 

.32 


• 32* 
34 | 

1 



The above prices are based on coils made of whole pipe without couplings. 
COIL STANDS, SLATS, ETC. 



Ornamental Coil Stand (Light Pattern). . 
Ornamental Coil Stand (Heavy Pattern) . 
Ornamental Coil Stand for Wall Coils. . . 
Slats for Plain and Ornamental Coils. . . . 

Malleable Straps for Plain Box Coils 

Wronght-Iron Coil Rods 

Wrought-Iron Bracket Coil Rods 



Market Rates. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



175 



PLAIN BOX COILS. 



MADE OF 1-INCH PIPE. 




12 PIPES HIGH. 



Length, Feet 


8 


7 


6 


H 


5 


4! 


4 


3! 


3 


n 


Per Foot 


.20 


• 20| 


.21 


.21* 


.22 


.23 


.24 


.25 


.C6 


.28 






- 


10 PIPES HIGH. 










Length, Feet 


8 


7 


6 | 5! 


5 


4! 


4 


3! 


3 


2! 


Per Foot 


.20* 


.21 


.21$ 1 .38 


.22! 


.23! 


.24! 


.25! 


.26! 


.28! 


8 PIPES HIGH. 


Length, Feet 


8 


7 


6 


H 


5 


4! 


4 


3! 


3 


*! 


Pe> Foot 


.21 


.21! 


.22 


.22! 


.23 


.24 


.25 


.26 


.27 


29 


6 PIPES HIGH. 


Length, Feet .... 


8 


7 


6 


5! 


5 


4| 


4 


34 


3 [2* 


Per Foot 


.21* 


.22 


• 22| 


.23 


.23! 


.24! 


25! 


.26! 


.274 


• 29! 



176 



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Tapping List of American Radiators 

STEAM 

ONE-PIPE WORK 

Radiators containing: 24 square feet and under , 1 inch 

Above 24, but not exceeding 60 feet 1 V\ inch 

Above 60, but not exceeding- IOC feet 1% inch 

Above 2 00 square feet - 2 inch 

TWO-PIPE WORK 

Radiators containing 48 square feet and under 1 x % inch 

Above 48, but not exceeding 96 feet lKx 1 inch 

Above 96 square feet \% x W\ inch 

HOT WATER 

TAPPED FOR SUPPLY AND RETURN 

Radiators containing 40 square feet and under 1 inch 

Above 40, but not exceeding 72 square feet 1 % inch 

Above 72 square feet 1 % inch 

Measurements of American Radiators 



Width, inches 



Legs 



Inter- 
mediate 
Sections 



Name of Radiator 



Directs 



Length occupied 

in Stack by 

each Section, 

inches 



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9 l A 
8 l A 
8% 
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8 l A 

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9% 
9% 
5% 
8V 2 

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7% 

10 

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7% 

10 
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7 
9 

UK 

H%6 

8 

8% 

5% 

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Aetna Flue 

Buffalo Single-Column 

Buffalo Two-Column 

Buffalo Three-Column 

Buffalo Four-Column 

Detroit Ornamental and Plain . 

Detroit Flue 

Excelsior 

Favorite 

Ideal 

Italian Flue 

National Single-Column 

National Two-Column 

National Four-Column 

Occident 

Orient ,. 

Peerless Single-Column 

Peerless Two-Column . 

Peerless Three-Column 

Peerless Four-Column 

Perfection 

Rococo Ornamental and Plain . 

St. Louis Single-Column 

St. Louis Two-Column 

St. Louis Three-Column 

St. Louis Four-Column 

St. Louis Window 

Verona 

Zenith Flue 

Zenith Narrow 

Zenith Window 



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2A 
2% 
2A 

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*2% 

*3 

*2% 

*2% 

*2% 

2% 

2% 

*2% 

*2V 2 

*2A 

*2K 

*2% 

*2% 

2V 2 

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2% 

2V 2 

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* To length of these Radiators add M inch for each bushing. 



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Pipe Machine. No. 7. 



% to 2 In. Quick Opening, Adjustable Dim 




3ACK VIEW 



Speed of Countershaft, 200 Revolutions. 

"Diameter of Pulleys, one tight and two loose. 12 irr. for 3 in. belt. 

Cone has 3 steps for 3 in. belt. 



Price. No 7 Pipe Machine, including Right-Hand Dies, 3< X U> 2 in., awf Countershaft, 


105 00 


" Oil Pump, extra, 


16 00 



jExtra Dies, 4 Sets Pipe Dies. Right or 

I Left, at $2.60 per Set. 10 00 



One Set One Set 
Cuts these Cuts these 
two Sizes. two Sizes. 



X & % I X &% 



One Set 
Cuts these 

two Sizes. 



1 & \% 



One Set 
Cuts these 
twoSutes. 



1^&2 



Price, No 9 Pipe Machine, including Right-Hand Digs, 1 to 4 inland Countershaft, 



426 00 



f Extra Dies, 4 Sets Pipe Dies, Right or 

I Left, at $4.00 per Set, 16 00 



One Set 
Cuts these 
two Sizes 



1 & Vyj 



One Set 
Cuts these 
two Sizes. 



\% &. 2 



One Set 
Cuts these 
two Sizes. 



'*% & 3 



One Set 
Cuts these 
two Sizes. 



3X &4 



^_ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



183 



Pipe Machine, No. 11. 



1^2 to 6 In. Quick Opening. Adjustable Dies. 




die clf-porter 
back view. 
Speed of Countershaft, 200 Revolutions. 
Diameter of Pulleys, cue tight and two loose, 14 in. for 4 in. belt. 
Cone has 3 Bteps for '3% in. belt. 
When threading 4 in. and smaller, always insert Bushing or Die Supporter, into Die Head to stiffen the 
Thi: Mat Line has six changes of speed, without removing or replacing ge-ar?. 



Price, 


>"o. 11 Pipe Machine, including Right-Hand bits, IK to 6 in., and Countershaft, 


550 00 


.4 


/Extra Dies, 5 Sets Pipe Dies 

I Right or Left, at ^4 50 j* r Set, 22 50 


One Set 
Cuts these 
iwoSm-s 


One Set 
Cuts these 


One Set 
Cuts these 


One Set 
cuts these 
»wo Sizes 






IX & 2 


1 f ^< & 3 


■K * 4 


4% & 5 


r. 




Price 


No. 13 Pipe Machine-, including Right-Hand D.-.s, 2% i, 6 in., and C.-uulershafl, 


* 900 00 




J Extra D.es, t. t*U Pii<e Dies, Right of 

t. Left at ^7 00 jier Set ^ 4? rift 


One Set 

Cut* time 
tao-Ssa*. 


Ont St 

CutellrtAC 

two Sites. 


One Set 
Cub- ihcbe 
l*o Sizes 








Jew* 


2% & 3 


i% &4 


\y % & 5 


«. 7 j S ; 



1 _ Cutnny-off KmO 



184 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Pipe MACHiNEriMo. 20. 



7 to 16 In. Quick Opening. Adjustable Dies. 



Fig. 622. 



In order to reverse En- 
gine for cutting left-hand 
threads, loosen Set Screw 
in Eccentric Cam. Move 
Cam by aid of Reversing 
Lever to the opposite Slot 
on inside of rim of Fly 
Wheel. 




" BACE VIEW. . 



' Dimensions of Cylinder, C x S in. Governor Pulley provided with slops for changing speed of Engine. 
The F)) Wheel has a 4% In. face for belling 1o a line shaft, if desired, for operating other machinery. The 
Engine is so arranged that by the movement of a Lever it can bt disconnected from the Pipe Machine part. 

Whta threading 12 in. and smaller, tlways insert the Bushing or Die Supporter into Die Head to stiffen the 



Dies. 
















Pri'.e, Ny i'O Pipe Machine, including Bight-Hand Dies, ~t 


to i6 in., 




2,100 00 


< Extra Die*, 7 St U Pipe Dies, Right or 

1 Left, at J16 00p*rSet, / ^ 112 OQ 


7 


B 


9 


10 


12 


34 


16 



Cutting-ofl Knife, ' 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



185 



PIPE THREADING ATTACHMENT FOR LATHES. 




This attachment consists of a die head and dies to be mounted on the spindle like a 
chuck, and adjustable vise to be attached to the carriage and an adjustable pipe rest. 
Will do rapid and accurate work. 

PRICE LIST. 

PIPE THREADING ATTACHMENT FOR LATHES. 



No. 1. 



No. 


2. 


No. 


3. 


No. 


6. 


No. 


8. 


No. 


10. 


No. 


12. 



Range % to 2 inch. Both Right and Left, for lathe not less than 

10-in. swing 8 50.00 

Arranged for solid Pipe or Bolt Dies, but without dies 33.00 

(For Bolts), Range M to 2 inch, without dies 40.00 

Bolt dies $3.00 per set of three extra) 

Range 1 to 4 inch. Right Hand, for lathe not less than 15-inch swing — 75.00 
Range 1 to 4 inch. Right and Left Hand, for lathe not less than 

15-inch swing 95.00 

Range ly z to 6 inch. Right Hand, for lathe not less than 20-inch swing. . . 130.00 

Range 2% to 8 inch. Right Hand, for lathe not less than 28- inch swing. . . 225.00 



186 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



The "Columbus" Double Vise Pipe Threading 
and Cutting Machine. 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 187 

Prices of " Columbus " Pipe Threading 
and Cutting Machines. 

No. 5 Machine complete with countershaft and two sets of chasers 

(5 to a set) for threading ) inch to 4 inch pipe, weight 950 lbs. $200 00 

Speed of countershaft 280 revolutions per minute. 
No. 6. Machine complete with countershaft and three sets of chasers 

(5 to a set) for threading 1 inch to 6 inch pipe, weight 1 150 lbs. 300 00 

Speed of countershaft 240 revolutions per minute 
No. 7 Machine complete with countershaft and three sets of chasers 

(5 to a set) for threading 2)4 inch to 8 inch pipe, weight 1525 lbs. 550 00 

Speed of countershaft 220 revolutions per minute. 

Extra chasers per set 4 00 

Left-hand chasers per set 5 00 

Casing chasers per set. 5 00 

DOUBLE VISE MACHINES. 

No. 8 Machine with countershaft, and three sets of chasers, (five 
chasers to a set) . for threading 1 inch to 6 inch pipe. Weight, 

2300 lbs. Price 400 00 

Speed of countershaft, 220 

Extra chasers per set 4 00 

Left-hand and casing chasers per set 5 00 

No. 9 Machine complete with countershaft, and three sets of chasers, 
(five chasers to a set), for threading 2 % inch to 8 inch pipe. 

Weight 3000 lbs. Price 650 00 

Speed of countershaft 230. 

Extra chasers per set 4 00 

Left-hand and casing chasers per set 5 00 

No. 10 Machine complete with countershaft, and four sets of chasers, 
(six to a set), for threading 2% inch to 10 inch pipe. Weight 

4500 lbs. Price. . . . ! 900 00 

Speed of countershaft, 220. 

Extra chasers per set 5 00 

Left-hand and special chasers per set 6 00 

No. 11 Machine complete with countershaft, and five sets of chasers, 
(eight to a set), for threading 2 y 2 inch to 12 inch pipe. Weight, 

6000 lbs. Price 1250 00 

Speed of countershaft, 220. 

Extra chasers, per set ' 6 00 

Left-hand and special chasers, per set 7 00 



188 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



The "Columbus" Portable Hand Pipe Threading 
and Cutting Machine. 




No, 2 Machine complete with two sets of Chasers (5 to a set) for 
threading 1 inch to 4 inch pipe, with extensible crank and 

ratchet lever, weight 300 lbs $110 00 

No. 3 Machine complete with three sets of Chasers (5 to a set), for 

threading 1 inch to 6 inch pipe, weight 450 lbs 190 00 

No. 4 Machine complete with three sets of Chasers (5 to a set), for 

threading iy 2 inch to 8 inch pipe, weight 675 lbs 350 00 

Extra Chasers, per set 4 00 

Left-hand Chasers, per set 5 00 

Casing Chasers, per set 5 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



189 



AiaiSTEOXG Pipe Threading Machixes. 



No. O Hand Machine % to 2, R. H. Pipe, $60.00 

„ „ „ % to i}i Bolts, . . .60.00 

,, O Power Machine % to \)/ 2 , Bolts / . 103.00 

>> O >> ,> X to 2, R. H. Pipe, 103.00 

Stand for above Machine, 10.00 

No. OO Hand Machine 1 to 4, R. H. Pipe, 125.00 

„ OO Power Machine 1 to 4 R. H. ,, 195.00 

Stand for above Machine 20.00 



No. 1 Hand Machine 1 to 3, R. H. Pipe, . . . $115.00 
No. 1 Power Machine 1 to 3, R. H. Pipe, . . .170.00 






No \y 2 Power Machine 

Threads Pipe 1 to 4, R. H. . . . $316.00 
No. 3 Power Machine 

Threads Pipe 1 to 6, R. H. . . . 550.00 



AH these Machines are Adjustable to Variations in Fittings. 



190 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



No. 30, HAND MACHINE. 

Range M to 2 inches R. and L. 




In presenting these Machines we would ask your Attention to the Following Points : 

It is the only portable hand machine in the market with which one man can cut off 
and thread large pipe up to 12 inches diameter without assistance, while with the 
smaller sizes of machines a boy will thread two and three inch pipe with only one hand 
on the crank. 

Its dies can be sharpened by grinding without drawing temper, and when one of a 
set U lost or broken, a new one can be supplied without replacing the set. They draw 
back out of the way when the thread is cut, yet always cut standard sizes, and are 
adjustable to any variation of fittings. 

The shells are adjustable for wear, which greatly prolongs the life of the machine. 

These machines consist of a die-carrying gear surrounded and supported by a shell 
with a pipe vise attached to the back of it and a pinion or small gear imbedded in its 
side; and a face plate by which the dies are adjusted. The pipe is pushed into the 
machine from the back and clamped in the vise by the hand wheel shown on top of the 
machine. The die-carrying gear is then revolved by means of the crank and pinion. 

All sizes of machines have cut-off attachments except Nos.30, 32,34,36 and 37. On 
these size3 we do not place cut-off attachments as on such small sizes our customers 
generally prefer one of our quick adjusting roller cutters. We can, however, do so, if 
desired, for pipe one-half inch diameter and upwards, at an expense of $10.00 additional. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



191 





HAND MACHINE. 



HAND OR POWER MACHINE. 



Range 2% to 6 In., R. H. Range 2% to 4 in., R. H. 

Net Price List for Hand or Power Machines. 



NUMBER. 




Hand. 


Power. 




*30 


*70 


Mto 


•32 


=••72 


\|to 


*U 


*74 


1 to 


*36 


*76 


Hto 


*37 


•77 


Mto 


f46 


f78 


2/ 2 (o 


*38 


-80 


JHto 


*40 


-82 


lK 2 to 


*42 


*84 


1 to 


•44 


-86 


1 to 


|50 


t88 


4 to 


t52 

t54 


two 


3^ to 


t92 


2Y 2 to 


t56 


194 


2>£to 


*58 


-96 


1 to 


*60 


-98 


1 to 


*63 


*99 


2% to 


t64 

t66 


tioo 


2V 2 to 


fl02 


2% to 


-67 


-104 


2V 2 to 
2Hto 


'••68 


•••106 


169 


fl(*7 


2*4 to 


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-108 


2>£to 



PRICE. 



RANGE. 



Hand. 


Power. 


$ 50.00 


$100.00 


45.10 


95.00 


75.00 


125.00 


85.00 


135.00 


105.00 


155.00 


85.(0 


140.00 


100.00 


150.00 


115.00 


165.00 


110.00 


160.00 


130.00 


180.00 


115.00 


170.00 


130.00 


180.C0 


150.00 


200.00 


175.00 


225.00 


190.00 


250.00 


235.00 


285.00 


360.00 


535.00 


325.00 


500.00 


500.00 


700.00 


500.00 


700.00 


550.00 


750.00 


650.00 


900.00 


750.00 


1000.00 



2 inch R. and L 

2 inch for Solid Dies (without dies.) 

3 inch R. H., 1 to 2 inch L. H 

3 inch K. H., % to 2 inch L. II 

3 inches, R. and L 

4 inches R. H 

4 inches, R. H 

4 inches, R. and L 

4 inches, R. H 

4 inches, R. and L 

6 inches, R. H. 

6inches,R.H 

5 inches, R.H 

6 inches, R.H 

6 inches, R.H 

6 inches, R. and L 

8 inches, R. and L 

8 inch < s,R. H 

1 10 inches, R. II 

>10inches,R. H 

► 10 inches, R. and L 

» 12 inches, R. H 

1 12 inches, R. and L 



-Pressure feed machine. 

f Lead screw machine. 

These prices include counter-shaft, rachet wrench and pipe rest. 

Nos. 70 to 77 have no cut-off attachment unless especially ordered. 



192 



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PIPE MILL MACHINES. 

Net Price List. 



NO. 


RANGE. 


PRICE. 


FLOOR 
SPACE. 


-109 

tuo 

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fll2 
'•114 
tH6 


1 t) 6 inch R H 

2% to 6 inch R. H 

1 to 6 inch R. and L — 

2 l / 2 to 8 inch R. H 

2Y 2 to 8 inch K. andL.... 
2^ to 12 inch R. H 


$ 410.00 
400.00 
430.' 
650.00 
750.00 
1200.00 


3U40 in. 
36x40 in. 
36x10 in. 
39x39 in. 
39x39 in. 
47x^5 in. 



POWER MACHINE. 



"Pressure feed machine. fLead Screw machine. 

These machines are of the same general description 
as t!.05e already described, but are much stronger and 
powerful. They are especially designed for heavy pipe 
mill work. For ten dollars extra we fit them with a 
hand wheel so they can bo run by hand in case of 
necessity. 



THE CURTIS NIPPLE HOLDER. 

A single revolution of the hand wheel allows the nipple to be unscrewed by the fingers. 




NO. 


RANGE. 


PRICE. 


1 


_1 4 to 2 inch R. and L 


$14.00 


IK 

2 


1 to 3 inch R. and L 


18.00 




40.00 


3 




60.00 


4 


2Y 2 to 8 inch R. and L 


85.00 









THE CURTIS PIPE CUTTER. 

(Quick adjustment.) 



NO. 


RANGE. 


PRICE. 


2 


Y 8 to "2 inch 


$6 .CO 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



193 



THREE WHEEL PIPE CUTTERS. 




Number • 1 

Cuts Pipe, inches 1^ to 1 

Each 4.0O 

Extra Wheels, each .25 

Extra Pins, each .10 



2 


3 


4 


5 


X A to 2 


\y 2 to 3 


2}4 to 4 


4 to6 


6JKfe 


10.00 


20.00 


30.00 


.30 


.40 


.50 


.75 


10 - 


.10 


.20 


.20 



SAUNDERS PIPE CUTTERS. 




N umber 1 

Cuts Pipe, inches " 3^ to 1 

Each 3.00 

Extra Blocks and Wheels, each 1 . 25 

Extra Wheels, each .24 

Extra Rollers, " .24 

Extra Pins, each .10 



1 to 2 


2 to 3 


2Y 2 to' 


4.50 


11.00 


18.00 


1.75 


2.75 


3.50 


.32 


.60 


.60 


32 


.50 


.50 


.10- 


.15 


.15 



STANWOOD PIPE CUTTERS. 




Number 

Cuts Pipe, inches 

Each 

Extra Blocks and Wheels, each. 

Extra Wheels, each 

Extra Pins, each 



1 


" 2 


3 


Htol 


%to2 


2toi 


-1.50 


2.25 


7.00 


.45 


.60 


1.25 


.12 


.18 


.25 


.05 


.05 


.10 



TRIMO PIPE CUTTERS. 




Number 1 

Cuts Pipe, inches i^ to 1% 

Each 4.25 

Extra Nuts, each » .35 

Extra Wheels, each .30 

Extra Rolls, each .'..'.'.*.... .25 

Extra Fork Block Carriers, each .10 

Extra Pins with Cotter Pins, per dozen _ 1.00 

Extra Washers, per dozen !' . .60 



2 


3 


to 2 


lfcto: 


2o 


12.25 


.35 


.40 


30 


.40 


30 


.50 


10 


.10 


00 


1.00 


60 


.60 



m 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PIPE STOCKS AND DIES 



JHART'S PATENT 

"DUPLEX" DIE STOCK 

fOR f IPE. 




Both Guides and Dies Instantly Adjustable. 



PRICE LIST 



FOR THREADING. 

No. 1. %, K- H. %• %, 

no. 2, * y s , y 2t %,1 1% 

No. 3. 1. IK, 1^,2, .. .. 
, K. f.l. 1^,1^.2 

W 2 . 2. 2V 2 , 3. ... ■ . . 
2^,3, 3^.4, .. .. 

THE "OSTER" 



WITHOUT CUT-OFF. 


WITH CUT-OFF. 




Pipe, $13 00 


$16 00 


No, 1, 


" 17 00 


20 00 


No. 2, 


22 00 


25 00 


No. 3, 


25 00 


28 00 


No. 3^ 


" 40 00 


45 00 


No. 4. 


'• 55 00 


60 00 


No. 5, 



PRICES OF EXTRA DIES. 

Per Single Set, (4 pes.) right or left hand $1 50 

,r 1 75 

" 2 00 

M 2 00 

" 3 50 

'* 4 00 



Patent 




PRICES OF E 



Per set (4 pieces), right or left. 



No. . 

No. ] 
No. 1%A 
No. 7 



ft 25 
. 1 50 
. 1 50 



No. 4 . 
No. 8 
No. <b% 



$1 75 
. 2 00 
. 2 00 
. 3 50 
4 60 



No.4K $2 50 
No- 6-...". 3 00 
No.6...:.. 3 50 
No. 9 - .... 4 50 





. •- 


Number. 


1 

$2 00 
40 


2 

$2 00 
40 


3 |3tf 
i2 Sets 
$2 00 |*4 00 
40 ! 40 


4A j 4B 

$3 00 $3 00 
50 1 60 


6 

$6 00 
80 


5A 


'loft ha 


, nghi or 


%Q t)0 


Knives, 


00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



195 



REED'S STANDARD PIPE WRENCHES 




STANDARD PIPE WRENCHES. 

PRICE LIST. 

Numbers show Length in Enche> No. 8. 

Takes from j '*'««£*""* 

I % iu. Pipe 

Pli ce - Each 2.00 

Extra Jaw, including Rod 67 

Facing, including Screws and Dowel Pins! ...... 40 

Spring ; 10 

Price, Nickelplated . . . # # o 50 



No. It 

Hi in. Pi)).'. 

to 
1 in. Pipe. 


No. 10. 

% in. Pipe. 

to 
1K> in. Pipe. 


No. 20. 
lin. Pine. 

CO ' 
2 in. Pipe 


No. 30. 

114 in. Pipe. 

to 

" iii; Pipe. 


No. 40 

- in. Pipe 

to 
4 in. Pipe. 


2 35 


3.00 


4.00 


9.00 


12.00 


.75 

.45 
-.10 


1.00 
.60 
.15 


1.85 

.NO 

.30 


3.00 
1.50 
.40 


4.00 

2.00 

.50 


3.00 


4.00 


5.00 


13.00 


15.00 



RABBINS' CHAIN TONGS. 




Numbers . 2 ,t 4 

Will take 1— * H4— 5 2—7 

Price $550 6.25 9.00 

Length 27111. 3 ft. 4 ft. 

GAS PIPE FLIERS. 



2M— IO 

12 50 

5" ft. 



2^-12 
16.00 




Length, inches 5 Q 

Per dozen 12.00 14 00 

Polished complete, add $2 00 ty lists 



BLACK HANDLES. POLISHED HEADS. 
5 g 10 11 1: 

1 5 . 00 1 . 00 1 S 



196 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




STILLSON WRENCHES. 



Stillson Wrench, 1 8 to 48 
Inches. 



Stillson Wrench, Wood Handle, 
6 to 1 8 Inches. 

Length, vrhea open Inches 6 

!14 wire 
to 
Hpipe 
Price .Each 2 00 



a 


10 


14 


18 


24 


36 


48 


\i wire 


% wire 


}i wire 


}i wire 


}{ wire 


)i pipe 


1 pipe 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


% pipe 


1 pipe 


l^pipe 


2 pij)e 


2}4 pipe 


%Y> pipe 


5 pipe 


2.00 


2.25 


3 00 


4.00 


o.oo 


12.00 


18.00 




Q 



Stillson Jaw. Stillson Frame. Stillson Handle. 

REPAIRS FOR STILLSON WRENCHES. 

Size Inches . 6*6 1.0 14 is 24 

Jaws Each .07 07 75 1.00 133 2 00 

Frames " .25 25 .33 .45 ~>5 .05 

Wood Handles " 15 15 20 25 30 

Steel Handles " 00 06 .7S l.Oii 133 2 00 

Nuts- . . '-. .20 .20 .27 .35 .42 . 50 

TRIMO WRENCHES AND PARTS. 




Stillson Nut. 



4.00 

.05 



48 
6 00 
1 00 



Length, when opeu. . 
Takes from 

Price 

Jaw 

Nut 

luserte 
Frame 



a j ;t 



nches 





8 


10 


14 


is. 


•24 


I 


% wire 


% wire 


?8 W MM 


1| wire 


14 wire 


J4 wire 


•••■) 


to 


to 


to 


to 


1o 


to 


/ 


Vi PU>e 


% pipe 


1 pipe 


1 l -y pipe 


2 pipe 


21. pipe 


Each 


2 00 


2.00 


2.25 


3.00 


4.00 


0.00 




07 


07 


75 


1.00 


1.33 


2.00 




20 


20 


.27 


35 


42 


,50 




25 


25 


.33 


50 


.00 


o:> 




25 


25 


.33 


45 


.55 


05 




P^g^^ 



30 
Y 2 pipe 

to 

3}4 pipe 

12.00 

4.00 

05 

1.00 



48 
1 pipe 

to 
5 pipe 
18 00 
6,00 
80 
1 35 
1.00 



Trimo Giant Wrench. 


No 2 


No. 3 


No. 4 


No. 5 


No. 6 


No. 7 


Length ot Lever, inches * . 
Takes Pipe .. 
Each . . . 
Extra Jaws, per pair ,. 


27 
% 10 3 
$0 00 
1 75 


37 
1 to 4 
8 00 
2 25 


50 
2 to 6 
10 00 

2 75 


60 

2% to 10 

15 00 

3 50 


72 

3 to 12 

18 00 

4 00 


84 

4 to 16 

32 (0 

5 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



197 



COMMON PIPE TONGS. 



Pnce Eac " 100 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.00 2.f 3.00 3.75 ' 



4.75 5 50 6.50 7 50 



BROWNS' ADJUSTABLE TONGS. 




Number 

Capacity. Inches 



.Each 



VlF W 3 ^ t0114 lto - 1L ^ to3 8 !Sto4 3to5 4 to 7 



VULCAN CHAIN PIPE WRENCHES. 



•With Flat Link Chain 



Size 

Pride, with flat link chain, each 
Price, with cable chain, each". 

Capacity, size pipe 

Length, over all 

Weight... 

Extra flat link chain, each . . . 

Extra cable chain, each 

Extra jaws, pair 

Length, flat link chain 

Length, cable chain 

Breaking strain, flat Mnk chain 
Breaking strain, cable chain 
Size iron in cable chain 



No. 10 No. 11 



$2 50 

$2 25 

^to^in. 

135^ in. 

\% lbs. 
$ 75 
$ 50 
$1 00 



3.000 lbs. 
1,200 lbs. 



3 50 

3 25 

% to \y 2 in 

20 in 

4?4 lbs 

1 00 

76 

1 75 

\Zy 2 in 

14& in. 

6,500 lbs. 

4,000 lbs 







%J> 






1 No. 12 


No. 13 


No. 13>£ 


No. 14 


No. 15 


5 00 


7 00 


9 00 


11 00 


18 00^ 


4 50 


6 25 


7 75 


9 50 


16 00 


*£to22£in 


% to 4 in 


1 to 6 in. 


l^toSin. 


2 to 12 in. 


27 in. 


37 in. 


44,^ in 


60^ in 


64^ in 


834 lbs 


16 lbs 


21 lbs 


29 lbs 


49 lbs 


1 60 


2 50 


3 25 


4 00 


6 00 


1 00 


1 75 


2 00 


2\50 


4 00 


2 75 


4 00 


4 76 


5 60 


7 50 


17>£ in 


22^ in 


31 in 


39 in 


54>rf in 


IS in 


27 in 


33^ >n 


42 in 


57 in 


9,600 lbs 


11, 000 lbs. 


13 000 lbs. 


15.000 lbs. 


20.000 lbs 


f>,000 lbs. 


10,600 lbs. 


12.500 lbs. 


15.000 lbs. 


19,OX)lbs 


tjin 


h ' n 




* l\ Ml 


? j in 



40 00 
40 00 
4 to IS in 
87 in 
130 lbs 
13 00 
13 00 
16 00 
74>..> in. 

76 in 

40,000 lbs 

40.000 lbs 

U in 



198 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



COE'S GENUINE WRENCHES. 




Size 

Will Open 


Iuches 


4 

io.oo 


. G 

9.00 
10.00 


8 

10.00 
11.00 


10 

m 

12.00 
14.00 


t2 

14.00 
16.00 


15 

24.00 
26.00 


18 

3 

30.00 

32,00 


21 
36.00 


Black 




Bright 




38 00 



PEASES' IMPROVED COMBINATION PLIERS. 

Gas Pliers, Wire -Cutters, Wrench and Screw-Driver Combined. 




6 inch per doz , $13 50 




HALL'S. 

m _ For Cutting Cast Iron Pipe in the 

— — --P - rrench> 

For Use in Water Works Plants. 

No. 1. Cutter with 3 Loops for Cutting 4, 6 and 8 inch Pipe .. ... Each, |25 00 

No. 2. Cutter with 3 Loops for Cutting 10, 12 and 14 inch Pipe , Each, SO 00 

No. 3. Cutter with 4 Loop for Cutting 16, 18. 20 and 24 inch Pipe Each, 40 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



199 



TRIPLE HEAD SET SCREW WRENCH. 




The openings in this wrench will admit of finishing to 
a size larger than given in table. 



For Set 
Screws- 
Sizes. 


Length 
over all. 


Thickn's 
of Head 


Price Un- 
finished 


Price 

Finished 


% % % 


5 5 8 


% 


S .28 


S 56 





Sectional View. 

The body <ft this wrench is drop-forged from solid 
steel and the jaws are made of special steel thoroughly 
hardened and tempered. Both jaws open and close at 
the same time by means of a hardened steel plunger 
which passes through a nut in center of wrench, making 
it very easy and quick to adjust to the different sizes of 
pipe without the use of springs. It is one of the neat- 
est and strongest wrenches of its kind on the market, 
finely polished and nickel-plated. Manufactured in one 
size only, to take in pipe up to one inch diameter ; 
weight, 10 ounces. 

Price per dozen, $15.00. 



IMPROVED "ACME" STEEL WRENCH. 




Made in four parts and of a 
high grade of steel. Warranted 
not to break, bend or spring with ordinary use. 
PRICE LIST-Brlght Standard Wrench. 
6-in. perdoz.,$9 00 I 12-in per doz., $14 00 
8-in per doz., 10 00 15-in. .per doz., 24 00 
10-in per doz., 12 00 1 18-in. .per doz., 30 00 
21-in per doz, $36 00 



'W&B REGULAR WRENCH.' 




This wrench has extra heavy wrought bar 
and head, forged from one piece; deep milled 
screw thread; opens full. Every wrench fully 
-warranted. 

6-in. per doz., $ 9 00 I 10-in. .per doz , $12 00 

8-in. .per doz., 10 00 | 12-in. per doz., 14 00 

15-in per doz., $24 00 



"W & B" MACHINISTS' SCREW WRENCH. 
Knife Handle. 



This wrench is especially adapted to me- 
chanics' use and no pains have been spared in 
the mechanical construction, all of the parts 
being made from best material and accurately 
fitted. Every wrench guaranteed to give en- 
tire satisfaction. 

PRICE LIST-BLACK. 

6-in per doz., $ 9 00 I 12-in .. per doz., $14 00 

8-in . per doz. , 10 00 15-in. per doz., 24 00 

10-in. per doz., 12 00 | 18-in. .per doz., 30 00 

21-in per doz., $36 00 



■ W. & B." IMPROVED PIPE WRENCH. 
Knife Handle. 




eversible Jaw. 



Length 


6 


8 


10 


Takes from .... 


V : in. pipe. 


X A in. wire 
% in. pipe. 


3 ^ in. wire 

to 
1 in. pipe. 


Price, each . . 


S2 08 


2 00 


2 25 


Length 


14 


18 


24 


Takes from .... 


5£ in wire 

to 
l l 4 in. pipe 


1- to - 

2 in. pipe 


# in. wire 

to 
2 1 /: in. pipe 


Price, each 


S3 00 


4 00 


6 00 



HERCULES ALL STEEL SCREW DRIVERS. 



Length of Blade, ins. 1§ 2 3 4 5 

Price per dozen . ...$3 00 3 00 3 00 3 00 3 50 
Length of Blade, ins. 6 7 8 10 12 
Price per dozen . . $4 00 5 00 5 50 8 50 9 50 
Bicycle Screw Driver, i. e. li-in. blade, is 
full polish— balance have Japanned handle. 



200 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



DOUBLE-HEAD 
SET SCREW TOOL POST WRENCHES. 






•o 


■g 


a 


, ^ 


^ 




W«sf 


w« 


•c-5 


Px 


fc-c 


No. 














Ope 
for 
Scr 
Siz 




ft 5 


£* 


(X " 


201 




T 


5^ 


$0 25 


$0 45 


202 


l A 


^ 


6 


27 


50 


203 




* 


6 


27 


55 


204 


H 


* 


63^ 


32 


60 


205 




J* 


6^ 


32 


65 


206 


X 


-u 


'/^ 


40 


70 



The openings in above Wrenches will admit 
of finishing to a size larger than given in table. 



Single-Head Set Screw Wrenches. 




No. 


For Set" 


4-<Teme 


Trice Un- 


Price 


Screws, Size 


Length 


finished 


Finished 


280 




3 


$0 08 


$0 16 


281 


X 


3^ 


106 


20 


282 


A 


4K 


12 


24 


283 


H 


514 


15 


30 


284 




6X 


20 


40 


285 


% 


7 


25 


50 


286 




7K 


27 


54 


287 


H 


8 


30 


60 


288 


X 


9X 


35 


70 


289 


H 


io# 


42 


84 


290 


1 


ny 2 


50 


1 00 


291 


w 


12 


60 


1 20 



The openings in above Wrenches will admit 
of finishing to one or two sizes larger than given 
in table. 

DOUBLE-HEAD " S " WRENCH. 




No. 


Size of 
Opening 


Thickness 
of Heads 


Length 
Over All 


Price Un- 
finished 


Price 
Finished 


220 


VS* T 7 S 


X 


4 


$0 10 


$0 20 


221 


%* A 


A 


5 


15 


30 


222 


M^ 


H 


6 


20 


40 


223 


%xl 


TiT 


7 


25 


50 


224 


1 xl# 


1^ 


8 


30 


60 


225 


1t 3 ^!^ 


9 


35 


70 



" BULL-DOG" WRENCHES. 




No. 0, Pocket size, 4 in. long, Price per doz., $3 00 
No. 1, 5^ in. long . Price per doz. , 4 00 




No. l l A,5X inch 



per dozen, $5 00 



No. 2, 9 inches long. .Price per dozen, $12 00 
No. 3, 16 inches long. . Price per dozen, 24 00 
No. 4, 22 inches long .Price per dozen, 36 00 
No. \y Zi 24 inches long. . Price per dozen, 45 00 
No. 5, 27 inches long. .Price per dozen, 54 00 



Twin. 10 inches long. . . .Price per dozen, $18 00 

"ALWAYS READY " WRENCH. 




Manufactured from special steel, forged and 
tempered in oil, polished and nickel-plated. 

No. 1, 5 inches long 

Price per dozen, $ 5 00 

No. 2, 7 inches long Z 

Price per dozen, .6 75 

No. 2y Z) 9}i inches long 

Price per dozen, 10 50 

No. 3, 11 y 2 inches long 

Price per dozen, 16 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



201 



ENGINEERS' WRENCHES. 

Double Head. 

SHI 




Drop Forged from Specially Selected Steel. 



Size Bolts, 


Openings. 


Ex- 




Price 


U. S. Stan'rd 


treme 


fn- 


Fin- 


Nuts. 




Length 


finish'd 


ished 


/s& ft 


ft& if 


3* 


SO 12 


SO 24 


ft& 54 


4 


14 


28 


ft& K 


H& X 


4 


15 


30 


ft& A 


*i& *f 


4% 


17 


34 


K& ft 


^& J? 


4/ 8 


18 


36 


K& /a 


54 & i£ 


5/ 8 


20 


40 


ft& % 


S1& » 


5% 


21 


42 


ft& ft 


*?& 11 


6X 


23 


46 


/*& ft 


t£& Si 


6X 


25 


50 


/s& Vz 


§l& Va 


7K 


28 


56 


ft& }* 


7g 


30 


60 


A& ft 

>*£ A 


x& 11 


8K 


34 


68 


8X 


36 


72 


X& /s 


%&ia 


Wi, 


41 


82 


ft& H 


*i & ift 


Wx 


43 


86 


ft& X 


»X 


50 


1 00 


/ 8 & K 


ia&i# 


HX 


53 


1 06 


H& % 


ift&ift 
iji&ift 


13/ 


62 


1 24 


X& X 


13J4 


65 


1 30 


B^ 1 


15X 


78 


1 56 


sl&l 

X&1X 


ift&ifg 


1554 


82 


1 64 


ift&Hf 


17/s 


1 00 


2 00 


1 &l/s 


]J4 & ill 


17% 


1 08 


2 16 


i &m 


l/ 8 & 2 


m'i 


1 27 


2 54 


v/s&m 


IJJ&2 


193/3 


1 35 


2 70 


l/g&l/s 


Jig & 2ft 


21 g 


1 65 


3 30 


iji&m 


2 & 2ft 


21'X 


1 75 


3 50 


u?&ix 


2 & 2-3 


233 


2 10 


4 20 


ix&ix 


2ft & 2« 


23tf 


2 23 


4 50 


l/a&]% 


*ft & 2ft 


25/ 8 


2 65 


530 


ih&u* 


2/8 & 2ft 


25/ 8 


2 85 


5 70 


1/ &1K 


2/a & 23^ 


27/s 


3 30 


6 60 


y/s & ik 


2ft & 234 


27 / 8 


3 55 


7 10 


1%&2 


2ft & 3/s 
2K & 3/ 8 


30/ a 


4 15 


8 30 


IK &2 


30% 
34/ 8 


4 55 


9 10 


1-K&2^ 


2K &3J4 


5 35 


10 70 


2 & 2# 


3^ & 354 


34-; s 


5 95 


11 90 



Double-Head Set Screw Wrenches. 




1 



m 

lift 

^ ft&% 
H|g 

ft&K 

m, 

m 

m 

is a. -./ 



ENGINEERS' WRENCHES. 

Single-Head. 




To. 


SizeBolts U 


Openings 


Extreme 


Price 


Price 


S.St'd Nuts 


Inches. 


Length. 


Unfin'd. 


Finished 


30 


X 


ft 


254 


SO 08 


SO 16 





ft 


II 


2/8 


09 


18 


1 


3K 


10 


20 




fi 


H 


4K 


12 


24 


•A 


1 


5fg 


14 


28 


4 




654 


17 


34 


* 


l A 


754 


20 


40 


b 




M 


sx 


25 


50 


7 


1ft 


954 


32 


64 





ifl 


11/8 


40 


80 


y 


»A 


13 


50 


1 00 


10 


i a 


iH 


MX 


65 


1 30 


11 


Wa 


ill 


16/g 


85 


1 70 


12 


v2 

Wa 

?A 


2 


1854 


1 10 


2 20 


13 


M 


20* 


1 40 


2 80 


A 


22* 


1 75 


3 50 


r> 


3^1 


24 


2 10 


4 20 


G 


VA 


25?4 


250 


5 00 


1: 


2 


2§X 


3 50 


700 


18 


2K 


3^ 


33 


4 75 


9 50 



Furnished with regular thickness of heacfc. 

Double-Head Tool Post Wrenches. 




Open End for 


Closed End 




Price 




,- V. S. Standard 
No | Nuts. 


for 


Length 


Price 


Set Screw. 


over all. 


finished. 


Fiuis'd. 


1 Size Bolt 


Size. 






121 


H 


A 


6K 


$0 30 


SO 50 


129 


l /z 




7 


35 


60 


131 


% 


V 


/ 


35 


60 


132 


1Z 


% 


7 


35 


60 


139 sg 


H 


7tf 


40 


70 


HO, % 


X 


8 


45 


80 


143 % 


3/ 


9 


55 


1 00 



Single-Head Box Wrenches. 



I For Set T „„,. I Thick- 
Screw I£*ffi i uess of 
I Size. «werall. ; Head 




finished. 



Price 
Finished 



$0 10 

11 

13 
16 



26 

30 
36 



$0 20 
22 
26 
32 
33 



00 

72 



202 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STOCKS AND DIES. 




Number Threads Pipe, Dimensions 
of Dies 



»1* 

IK 

2 
3 



Inches 
% to 1 

H to \H 

1 to \% 

\y± to 2 

T.% and 3 



2 x 

2^x 

3 x 

3 x 

4 x 



xlfc 



Stock and Dies, 
Complete 

9.50 
15.00 
13.50 
13.50 
20.00 
43.00 



Stock only, 
without Dies 

3.50 
5.00 
6.00 
6.00 
9.50 
25.00 



Extra 
Dies 

1.50 

2.00 
2.50 
2.50 
3.50 
9.00 



Extra 
Bushings 

.25 



Numbers 2 and 3 Stocks have Leader Screws. 




Number Threads pi P e . Dimensions 
Inches of Dies 

4 2Wand3 5 x ^ 



Stock and Dies, 
Complete 


Stock only, 
without Dies 


Extra 
Dies 


Extra 
Bushings 


Die 
Frames 


51 00 


33.00 


9,00 


1.00 


.60 



Aiuistroxg- Adjustable Stocks axd Dies. 










No. 1 STOCK WITH 

4 R. H. Pipe Dies, % to y> each, $9.00 
4 Each, R. and L. Pipe Dies, 

% to )/ 2 each, 14.00 

7 Bolt Dies, % to ^ 15.00 

4 Pipe and 7 Bolt Dies, . . . .20.00 
7 Bolt Dies, 7 Taps 74 7 to }{ . . 20.00 

4 Pipe Dies, 7 Bolt Dies, 7 
Taps, 24.80 

Sizes Furnished in Bolt Dies. 

74 > 10)70, j6 5 /2 , 78 > /4 > 
other sizes Special. 
This Stock will not take Bolt sizes 
smaller than % , nor larger than }{. 
No. 2 STOCK WITH 

5 Pipe Dies, % to 1, $12.00 

6 Pipe Dies, }^ to 1, 14.00 

5 Pipe Dies, Right and Left, 

74 to 1, . . 20.00 

6 Pipe Dies, Right and Left, 

78 to 1, 23.00 

7 Bolt Dies, )/ 2 to 1 %, . . . .20.00 
7 Bolt l / 2 to 1 V , and 5 Pipe 

Dies X to 1, 28.50 

7 Bolt Dies, 7 Taps y 2 toi% y . 30.00 
7 Bolt Dies, 7 Taps ^ to i^ 

and 5 Pipe Dies, 7/ to 1, . . 38.75 




No. 2^ STOCK WITH 

4 Dies, cutting j£, %^ 1, and 

i^i Right Hand, $12.00 

Dies cutting V 2 to 1 % R. and L. 18.00 
Pipe Dies, single end, % or y% . 3.00 
No. 3 STOCK WITH 

3 Sizes Pipe Dies, 1% to 2, R. H. 20.00 

4 ,, ,, ,, 1 to 2, R. H. 24.00 

5 ., n n 74 to 2, R. H. 28.50 

3 ,, ,, „ 1% to 2 Right 
and Left, 32.00 

4 Sizes Pipe Dies, ito2 Right 
and Left, 40.00 

5 Sizes Pipe Dies, % to 2, Right 
and Left, 48.50 

No. 6 STOCK WITH 

Die cutting 2% x 3, Right, . .40.00 
„ 2^x3, R. and L. . 55-°° 

The change from 272 to 3, is made 
by reversing Dies end for end, when 
they will cut 2 standard sizes vithout 
further adjustment. 

No, 7 STOCK WITH 

Dies cutting 2^, 3, 3^2 and 4 R. 60.00 
,, ,, 2yi and 3, ,, . . 45.00 

» n 3>2 ,, 4, ,, . . 45-°° 
,, ,, 2}4 to 4, R. and L. 92.00 

» . » 2/2\ 3°r3>£and4, ' 

Right and Left, 60.00 

These Dies come in Sets of four pieces, 
each piece being Double ended. 



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Armstrong Hta t ged Vises. 




No. i will hold from O to 2 ]/ 2 Pipe, $10.00 

No. 2 ,, ,, „ ' #to4# „ 20.00 

Brass Pipe Jaws No. 1 Hinge Vise. 

f H> Uor7/ & 0. Dia., 1 

I >i X or # I. P. Size, / * * * 75 

1, 1% or 1% O. Dia., I# oo 

ji 3 /$, i 1 AotjS/ s O. Dia.,\ 

t / 2y % or 1 1. P. Size, / • • • • *« 2 5 

i^yiji or 2 O. Dia., 1.50 



2%, 2% or 2^ O. Dia., I 
iX, iX or 2 I. P. Size, f 
PIPE WRENCH. 



No. 3 Takes from o to 1 . . $2.00 
No. 4 ;, ,, o to i l / 2 . 2.75 
No. 5 ,, „ y to 2y . 4-50 
No. 6 ,, ,, 1 to 4 . 12.00 



1.75 





NIPPLE HOLDER FOR STOCKS. 



For No. 2 Stock ^x^or^xi each, $3.00 
>, » i}4 n X x X or 1 x iX >> • • 3-°° 
» 11 3 n ixlX or i^x.2 „ . .3.50 
i> 11 6 ,, 2^x3 ,, . . 8.00 

1* 11 7 n 2^x3 or 3^x4 ,,.. 8.00 
BARD ADJUSTABLE BUSHINGS, 
To take the place of ordinary Ring Bushings. 



No. 1 For Stocks threading Pipe y in. down each, . $4.50 
No. 2 ,, ,, ,, ,, 1 ,, „ s , . . 5.00 

No. 2^,, ,, ,, ,, i% ,, „ n . .6.00 

No. 3 ,, ,, „ ,,2 ,, ,, ,, . . 8.00 



No. 3 with Leader Screw, ....... 10.00 




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BARRETT'S OPEN HINGED MALLEABLE PIPE VISE. 

STEEL JAWS, STEEL SCRWS. 





No. 



Takes Pipe. 



Weight. 



Price. 



V s to 2 in . 

] 8t» 3 " 



23 lbs. 
26 " 



$10.00 
14.00 



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COMBINATION PIPE VISE. 




No. 


Width 
Jaw 


W««M i rf p'pl ng 


b- |£g 


IOC) 
105 
110 


:ii in 

4 " 

5 " 


50 lbs. 
65 " 


J> to 2 in. 
Ho 3 in 
2 to 4 in 


Swivel !$!♦) 00 
Swivel 1 20 00 
St.'ftion'ry 28 00 

' ! 



Our Vises are made of the best grade of iron, with 
steel jaws firmly welded and carefully tempered. The 
pipe jaws are made of the finest cast steel, and are cut 
from solid bars 

These Vises are, strong in all their parts, and for 
workmanship, durability and convenience they are the 
best vise on the market 



KEYSTONE 
MALLEABLE PIPE VISE. 




No. R, holding Pipe i to 2 in. 

41 " jto 4 in. 

" 2 to 6 in. 

" 6 to 12 in 



No. S, 
No T, 
No. U, 



.$ 4 00 
10 00 

. 16 00 
50 00 



Equipped with Roller Jaws which are a sure grip 
—will not mar the pipe and will outlast three or four 
sets of V Jaws. 



MACHINISTS' VISE. 

SWIVEL BASE. 




No. 


Width Jaw 


Opens. 


Weight. 


List Price. 


8 


2 inches. 


3 inches. 


8 lbs. 


$ 4 30 


V 


2* " 


H " 


16 " 


5 20 


10 


3| 


4 


30 " 


7 50 


20 


3* " 


5 


35 " 


8 75 


30 


4 


' 6 


56 " 


11 00 


40 


4 2 " 


7 


71 " 


12 50 


50 


5 


8 


91 " 


16 00 


60 


6 


9 


157 " 


30 00 


70 


7 


11 . 


220 " 


33 00 



All Our Swivel Vises are Equipped with Hough's Improved 
Swivel Base. 



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207 



Swivel Jaw 

MACHINISTS' VISE. 

STATIONARY BASE. 




No 


Width Jaw 


Opens 


Weight 


Each 


315 


3Jin 


R in. 


32 lbs 


s 7 00 


325 


1 41 


6 " 


48 u 


9 00 


345 


5 " 


8 " 


75 •' 


15 00 


355 


6 " 


9 " 




24 m 



Swivel Jaw 

MACHINISTS' VISE. 



SWIVEL BASE. 




No. |Width Jaw 

! 


Opens 


Weight 


Each 


320 1 3* in. 
330 4 " 
350 5 " 

3^0 6 " 


5 in. 

6 " 

8 " 

9 " 


38 lbs. 
♦*> " 
95 " 
162 " 


S 8 50 
10 50 
17 00 
27 00 



MACHINISTS' VISE. 




STATIONARY BASE. 

Extra Strength and Well Finished. 



No. 


Width Jaw. 


Opens. 


Weight. 


List Price. 


3 


2 inches. 


3 inches. 


6 lbs. 


$ 3 SO 


3* 


2k 


3} " 


13 " 


4 75 


5 


35 


4 


27 " 


6 00 


15 


3 A 


5 


30 " 


7 on 


25 


4 


6 " 


45 " 


9 00 


35 


4i 


7 " 


ft " 


10 no 


45 


5 " 


8 


70 " 


13 on 


55 


•J 


9 


137 " 


25 00 


59 


7 


11 


195 " 


28 50 



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BARRETT'S PATENT STEEL BAR 
COMBINATION PIPE VISE. 

SWIVEL BOTTOM. 

Strongest and Best Vise on the Market. 

Guaranteed not to Break. 



No. Jaws Open! Takes Pipe. 


Weight. 


Price. 




5 in. 

6 " 


M to 4 in. 
%to6" 


118 lbs. 
158 " 


S32.00 
40.00 





BARRETT'S PATENT STEEL BAR 
COMBINATION PIPE VISE. 



STATIONARY BOTTOM. 



No. Jaws Open 


Takes Pipe. 


Weight. 


Price. 


3 
4 


5 in. 

6 " 


34 to 4 in. 
%to6" 


106 lhs. 
145 " 


«2S.OO 
33.CO 



BARRETT'S OPEN HINGED MAL- 
LEABLE VISE. 

STEEL JAWS, STEEL SCREWS. 

We aim to make a vise that is superior to 
any other on the market; not clumsy, is well 
proportioned. We will, without cost, replace 
any defective parts. 



No. 


Takes Pipe. 


Weight. 


Price. 


3 
4 


%to4in. 
%to6" 


48 lbs. $28.00 
74 " 35.00 




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209 



MACHINISTS' SELF ADJUSTING JAW VISE. 

STATIONARY BOTTOM. 




No. 



Width of 



Jaw Jaws0pen - Weight. Price. 



67 


3% in. 


4% in. 


28 lbs. 


8 7 00 


68 


4 " 


5M " 


41 M 


9.00 


69 


1% " 


6 " 


54 " 


10.50 


71 


b%" 


8 M 


96 " 


17 00 


72 


6 " 


9 " 


j 146 ■■ 


21. 00 


72% 


7 " 


11 " 


I 184 " 


30.00 



BARRETT'S SOLID JAW PARALLEL VISES. 

Machinists' Solid Jaw, Swivel Bottom, 
Parallel Vise. 



No. 



WJirl'awsOpen. 1 



Weight. 



Price. 



303M 


3% in. 


4 in. 


281b 


b. S 7-50 


my 2 


3 5 ^" 


5 " 


36 ' 


8 75 


3)4 


4%" 


5%" 


52 ' 


1050 


304% 


4^" 


Bi| ■' 


64 ' 


12. 50 


305 


5 " 


7 " 


85 ' 


16.-00 


m% 


5%" 


8%" 


115 4 


22.00 


306 


6 " 


9%" 


155 ' 


cO.OO 




Machinists' Solid Jaw Stationary Bottom, 
Parallel Vise. 




No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. 


Weight. 


Price. 


403% 


3% in. 


4 in. 


22 lbs. 


$ 6 00 


4'3y 2 


3%" 


5 " 


28 " 


7. 00 


404 


4X" 


5%" 


42 " 


850 


404% 


m tl 


6%" 


52 " 


10.00 


405 


ft " 


7 " 


72 " 


13.00 


405% 


5% " 


8K" 


100 " 


18.50 


406 


6 " 


9%" 


135 " 


2500 


308% 


8%" 


12 " 


275 " 


50.00 



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BARRETT'S STEEL BAR SWIVEL BOTTOM VISE. 



No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. 


Weight. 


Price. 


5 1 . 


£54 jn. 


5% in. 


4i^lbs. 


$ 8 50 


54 


iVL >% 


6 " 


54/ 2 " 


11.00 


56 


4%" 


7 " 


81 


12.50 


57 


5 " 


8 " 


95 


16.C0 


58 


?w: 


8 " 


100 


19.00 


59 


6 " 


9K" 


118% " 


27.00 


62 


CX " 


9>£" 


120 " 


30.00 


66 


8 " 






55.00 




BARRETT'S SOLID JAW STEEL BAR VISE. 




No. 



Width of 
Jaw. 



Jaws Open. Weight. 



Price. 



41 
42 
43 
44 
46 
47 
48 
52 



3% in. 


5Min. 


37 lbs 


»« 


6 " 


47 " 


7 " 


71 " 


5 " 


8 " 


83 H 


5K" 


8 " 


92 " 


6 " 


9%" 


110 " 


6^" 


9K" 


115 " 


8 " 







$7- CO 
9.00 
1050 
13.00 
17.00 
24.00 
27. CO 
53.00 



Barrett's Patent Adjustable Jaw 
Woodworkers Vise. 





WITH 


SWIVEL BOTTOM, 




No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. Weight. 


Price. 


118 


4% in. 


9% in. 70 lbs. SIS. 00 





Barrett's Patent Adjustable Jaw 
Coachmakers' Vise. 

WITH STATIONARY BOTTOM. 



No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open.! Weight. 


Price. 


114 


4% in. 


9Kin. 


65 lbs. 


$11.00 



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BARRETT'S ADJUSTABLE JAW MACHINISTS' VISE. 

Barrett's Patent Swivel Bottom permits the vise to be instantly adjusted to the right 
or Jeft at any anglo at will of operator. Being quickly fastened by a friction plate, the 
vise is rendered as solid and firm as if stationary, at any desired angle. 




No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Weight. 


Jaws Open. 


Price. 


10 


?, in. 


24 lbs. 


4 in. 


S 7. 75 


20 


VA " 


37^ " 


5 " 


8. 50 


30 


: 4>i" 


58H " 


6 " 


11.00 


40 


4y 8 » 


72 '« 


7 " 


12.50 


50 


! 5 " 


1(5 " 


8 " 


17-75 


60 


5^" 


no " 


*% " 


19.00 


70 


6 " 


16> 


9 " 


27.00 


80 


6M " 


175 


9}4 l< 


30-00 



ADJUSTABLE JAW WITH STATIONARY BOTTOM. 



No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Weight. 


Jaws Open. 


Price. 


5 


3 in. 


20 lbs. 


4 in. 


S 6.25 


15 


SK " 


35 


5 " 


7.00 


2> 


±y 8 i( 


5-5 '■ 


6 " 


9.00 


35 


m lt 


6'> 


7 " 


10.50 


4i 


5 " 


94 " 


8 " 


15- 50 


55 


5K" 


97 


VA" 


17-00 


65 


6 " 


150 " 


9 " 


24. 00 


75 


VA" 


160 " 


9K 2 " 


27.00 




MACHINIST'S SELF ADJUSTING JAW VISE. 

SWIVEL BOTTOM. 




No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. 


Weight. 


Price. 


73 


%y<t in. 


4% in. 


32 lbs. 


S 8.50 


74 


4 M 


5J4 14 


46 " 


10. 50 


76 


*K" 


6 " 


65 " 


12.50 


77 


5M" 


8 " 


109 " 


19.00 


78 


6 " 


9 " 


168 " 


27. 00 


78^ 


7 " 


11 " 


207 M 


35.00 



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COACHMAKER'S OR WOODWORK- 
ERS' VISES. 



No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. 


Weight. 


Price. 


11 
12 


4K" 


7 in. 
9% M 


?41bs. 

67 " 


$ 9.50 
13.00 



COACHMAKER'S OR WOODWORK 
ER'S VISES. 



No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Jaws Open. 


Weight. 


Price. 


ll 1 ^ 

i2y 2 


3^in. 


7 in. 


30 lbs. 
59 " 


$ 8.00 
11.00 




BARRETT'S STEEL BAR WOOD- 
WORKERS' VISE. 

SWIVEL OR STATIONARY BOTTOM. 



C No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


JawsOpen. 


Weight. 


Price. 


£?PJ Flat Base. 
T*^* 6 
•""". Swivel Base 
to 7 


4^ in. 
4%" 


9 in. 
9 " 


50 lbs. 
58 " 


$10.50 
12.50 



BARRETT'S PATENT STEEL BAR 
COMBINATION PIPE VISE. 

Guaranteed not to Break. 

STRONGEST AND BEST VISE ON THE MARKET. 







No. 


Width of 
Jaw. 


Holds Pipe. 


Weight. 


Price. 


1 

2 




% to 2 in. 


47^ Us. 
56 " 


S16.00 
20.00 




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RATCHET DRILLS. 



All our Ratchets can be changed from right to 
left at pleasure. 

A, B, C, D, Ratchet Drii 
PRICE LIST. 




The Drill below may be converted into a Wrench 
by removing the Cap and changing the Drill Socket 
for a Wrench Gear of corresponding number .while 
the pVice is much below that of other similar tools. 




No. 


1 


No. 


2 


No. 


3 


No. 


4 


No. 


i 


No. 


2 


No. 


3 



PRICE LIST. 

10-inch Handle. ......$ 6.oc 

12 ** ...■••• &.00 

] r ^ ...... 10. OO 

lb I2 '°° 

BOILER RATCHETS. 

io-inch Handle* ......$ 6.00 

)2 " S.OO 

I'c *« . . . ... >' JO.OO 



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PACKER RATCHET DRILLS. 




DRILLING ATTACHMENT. 



Made in three styles, as follows: Style "A" is fitted to take the Standard \<-> Lucli Round Sliank 
Drills, style " AA" the Standard Square Shank Bit Stock Drills, and style 'B." with 'a Universal Chuck. 
to take either Round or Square Shank Drills. 



St vie 



Drillers. 



-ith Round Shanks and Bushings, to take fa, %, f 5 s , y z> and -^ Straight Drills 3 00 

•' without" ..-...., 2.50 

" "AA" " " Square " " u ; 2.50 

' "B" " " Chucks " " 3.00 

Extra Bushings per Set .50 

"pindles ' r>0 



Spir 
Chain 



RATCHET BRACES. 



Per Foot 

Nlckelplated Brace 
a, 10 inch Per Dozen 



36.00 
33.00 
30.00 



322. Ratchet, 10 



Not illustrated. 



12.00 
J1.00 
23.00 
22. 00 



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BREAST DRILL. STo. 12. 




BALL BEARING 

Changeable gear from even, to speeded about 3 to 1. 

This drill has been greatly improved recently. As now made the drive wheel 
is 5 inches in diameter. The gears are cut from solid metal, and run almost 
absolutely perfect. A roller is placed at back of drive gear, which makes it 
equally as hrm and substantial as a double geared drill. The Crank is adjust- 
able to three different lengths, and is held in "place by a round head thumb 
screw with milled edges, which gives the drill an attractive appearance. The 
drive gear is held by a similar screw. The chuck is nickeled and has our new 
Alligator jaws suitable for both round and square shanks. They hold from 
5-64 up. The handles are Cocobola. A new feature possessed" by no other 
Drill than those made by ourselves is the level attachment which enables the 
operator to see when the drill is being held true, and will be appreciated by 
good mechanics. Everything about the tool will be found durable and nicely 
finished. 

Price per dozen. $30 00. 

BREAST DRILL, No. 11. 




No. 11 Drill is same in finish as Mo. 10, but the chuck is arranged with three 



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WARRANTED FILES, 












PRICE LIST IN EFFECT NOVEMBER 1st, 


1899. 










INCH 


MILL AXD'rOINI) 


FLAT 


INCH 


SQUARE 


HAND and PILLAR 


INCH 


lllf.Rd. A ThreeSq. 


WARBINO 




Bas'd 


2dCulSm'tli 


Bas'd 


•2dC.it 


Sm'th 




Ras'c 


2d Cut 


Siu'lh 


Bas'd 


2dCul 


Sm'th 




Bas'd 


2d C> 


tSm th 


Bas'd 2d Cut Sm'th 


4 


3 OC 


3 5f 


3 90 


3 70 


4 30 


4 70 


4 


3 8( 


4 60 


4 90 


3 7( 


4 3< 


4 80 


4 


4 80 


5 60 6 10 


4 00 


4 HO 


4 40 


5 


' 


Hi 


4 1C 


H » 


4 60 


4 90 


5 


4'1i 


-4 HI 


: 


3 fK 


4 7( 


5 30 


5 


b 4( 


6 10 6 40 


4 5(1 


5 30 


h 80 


O 


8 !>< 


4 (X 


j 


4 n 


4 80 


5 30 


6 


4 6( 




5 5( 


4 3( 


5 11 


5 60 


O 


6 1( 


6 70 7 10 


4 90 


5 90 


6 40 


7 


• 


I SI 


4 90 


4 H 


5 5(1 


6 10 


7 


5 li 


. • 


6 3( 


4 91 


5 81 


6 30 


7 


7 CX 


77 


) 8 20 


5 90 


fi 90 


7 50 


8 




;■ 


5 40 


b » 


6 10 


6 60 


8 


5 51 


6 3f 


7 (X 


5 4( 


6 30 6 70 


8 


7 bt 


8 30 8 90 


6 40 


7 50 


8 20 


9 


1 (H 


S Hi 


K IN 


fi 3( 


7 20 


7 90 


O 


6 6i 


1 


8 3( 


6 7( 


780 


8 30 


9 


8ft( 


9 40 9 90 


V 80 


9 (XI 


9 90 


io 


1 


H 


7 OC 


7 (X 


8 10 


8 70 


IO 


7 « 


8 5( 


9 K 


7 f.i 


8 70 


9 40 


IO 


9 1( 


10 10 10 70 


8 70 10 10 


11 00 


It 


: 




■-; .,< 


8 61 


9 so 


10 70 


1 1 


9 If 


10 tl 


11 31 


9 4( 


10 91 


11 80 


11 


10 7u 


11 8012 70 


10 90,12 70 


13 70 


12 


7 51 


H i,i 


9 j< 


>) ,i 


11 00 


12 10 


12 




1 il 


* 


10 7( 




13 50 


12 


11 80 


13 0013 90 


12 30 14 30 


Id 40 


13 


!) 41 


|() :l 


11 7( 


11 H 


in mi 


14 70 


13 


II 


1 ' 


1 ' 


;.■ 31 




16 20 


13 


14 10 


15 40 16 60 


15 20 17 40 
17 00119 40 


18 70 


14 


10 70 


Vi 21 


13 H 


. ';! 


15 30 


16 70 


14 


13 9C 


16 10 


17 a 


t5 




18 20 


14 


' , 


17 00 18 30 


2100 


15 


13 1( 


I IX 


! ' H 


16 0C 


LH 


20 00 


15 


|l || 


' 


20 91 


li 9( 




21 70 


15 


18 50 20 40 21 /0 




16 


N rt 


U\ SI 


i i fit 




!(] 1(1 


ffi! 30 


1G 


n 


I || 




20 1022 8024 20 


1C 


20 6022 5024 20 




17 


- •: 


Kl "! 


21 


1 


24 (1 


26 50 


17 




■ \ 


: 


24 2027 10 


28 60 


17 


24 7027 0028 90 


8 inch, $9 40 


18 


!0 21 




24 31 


N 


26 80 


29 20 


18 


25 11 


m ji 


• ■ 


26 8( 


29 9031 50 


18 


27 50 


29 9032 00 






19 


N (il 




! « 


... „ 


31 (iO 


34 60 


19 


n 


, jj, 




1 


35 4037 60 


19 


32 8035 7038 10 


STAVESAW IMP'D. 


20 


- 11 


.-to 70 


. H 


31 W 


U 


38 30 


20 


32 -8< 


i 


■ 


35 1( 


39 20 


41 60 


20 


36 20 


39 4042 30 


6 inch, $6 40 

7 " 7 40 


Hill Blunt, Double Cut, 








Slotting (Blnnt) 


Ginsnw, take Bastard Price 


advance 2 in. 


Cnnt (Rlunt) 




Square Rlunt 


advance 2 in. 


Crossing, . . .adv. * in 




Mill Double Cut, 


Double Cut 






Cotter Rlunt or 


Tumbler, ... •' 2 • 


9 " 9 70 


advance 1 in. 


advance 2 in. 






Taper 


FealherEdge(Blunt) " 2 " 


Mill Narrow Point, 










lliirli Back, » 


10 " 10 70 


advance 1 in. 










Half Round, 1 * ' * 12 " 15 40 




MILL. 


MILL. 






BANDSAW. 




PIT 




Cross- 


Hook 


Pln'r 


Ins'd 

Tooth 


INCH 


ONE ROUND EDGE 


TWORD. EDOES 


INCH 




TAPERS 


Bl't & Tap'r 


INCH 


SAW 


SA» 


Cut 


Toolh 


Knife 




Bas'd'>dCul 


Snj'th 


Bas'd 


id Cut 


Sm'th 




I 


D'ble 
Cut 


Singl 
Cut 


D'ble 
Cut 


Reg. 

ular 


Slim 




Si„»|,. 
Cut 

4 80 

5 40 

6 10 

7 00 


Sin el 

Cut 


Sinstle 
Cut 


Cut 


Sincl,- 
Cut 


ChUel 
Tooth 


4 


3 40 3 90 
3 GO] 4 30 

3 90 4 50 

4 40 5 20 


4 40 

4 60 

io 

5 50 


3 80 

4 00 
4 40 
4 90 


4 40 

4 80 

5 00 

5 80 


4 90 

5 10 

5 60 

6 10 


3 

3'/ 2 

4 

4% 


I 

2 K 
- I 
2 40 


> 
\ 

2 90 

3 10 


2 1( 

2 10 

2 -'i 


2 5( 

2 50 

3 00 


2 SO 
2 90 


2 50 
2 50 

2 60 

3 00 


4 

5 
O 

7 


4 3( 

4 71 

5 4f 
fi K 


4 80 

5 4(1 

6 10 
700 










6 '70 
7 70 






6 






7 






8 


4 80 5 50 


6 10 


r> 4(i 


6 10 


G 80 


5 


2 61 


51 


* 


!l 




3 20 


8 


7 50 


6 4( 


7 50 


,S .'ill 


6 40 


8 30 


9 


5 50 5C 


7 10 


6 1(1 


7 30 


7 90 


5* 


, 


4 oo 




3 5( 


4 00 


3 ro 


9 


8 50 


V N 


8 50 -O 40 




9 40 


IO 


6 30 7 20 


7 on 


7 00 


8 00 


8 80 


O 


3 4( 




3 10 


H 




3 90 


IO 


9 10 


H 7( 


9 10 10 10 


H 60 


10 10 


11 


7 50 8 80 


9 60 


8 40 


H SO 


60 


7 


4 31 


il 


;-: ,s< 


; i 


Rl 


4 50 


11 


10 70 


1 


10 70 11 80 






IS 


8 40 9 70 


10 60 


9 40 


10 80 


11 80 


8 


5 4( 




4 50 


• ! 


;. ro 


5 30 


12 


11 80 


11 41 


11 8043 00 


12 10 




13 


10 6012 00 


13 20 


11 80 


LA 40 


14 GO 


9 


6( 


8 10 


1. 41 


» 


h iu 


6 30 




14 


12 0013 70 


11 70 


13 40 


Lb 30 


[6 40 


IO 


8 11 


9 70 


li 41 


7 51 


9 VI) 


7 50 


Round Gulleting, take Pitsaw Price. 


15 


14 70 16 90 


IN 10 


|i 4() 


18 HO 


20 10 


11 


|() f| 




H3I 


9 |(i 


|(| 


9 10 


IO 


16 5018 90 
20 50122 70 


20 10 
24 40 


18 40 

■:: so 


21 00 


22 40 
27 10 


12 
13 


ts » 




17 50 


9 5( 
12 10 


11 OK 

:.: || 


14 70 


11 00 
13 10 




17 


I O 1 7 1 8 1 9 1 lOI 


18 


22 70|25 50 


27 30 25 30 


18 1 


50 40 


14 


18 20 


20 60 


13 8015 40 


■• ■ 


15 40 


|3 50i3 5013 90[4 40U 901 


INCH 


HORSE RASPS 


KILE RASPS 


INCH 


WOOD FILES 


WOOD RASPS 


INCH 


"SHOE RASPS 


INCH 


KNIFE 




Plain 


K ; .'s|, 


Tug'd 


Flat 


llf. R. 




Flat 


llf. R. 


Cabi- 
net 


Flat 


If. R. 


Cabi- 




Flat 1 


f. R.l Oval 




IftiVt 


2dCul 


Sm'th 


• G 








7 40 


8 10 


O 


4 30 


6 10 


8 10 


7 40 


8 10 


10 


G 


8 10 


8 10 9 30 


4 


5 4( 


6 10 


6 40 


7 








8 60 


!) 30 


7 


4 80 


7 IK) 


9 M 


8 60 




1 70 


7 


9 30 


9 30 10 10 


5 


r, i< 


6 70 


7 10 


8 








9 40 


10 10 


8 


5 30 


7 50 


|) |() 


9 40 


10 




8 


10 101 


) 10 12 20 


O 


li 91 


7 50 


7 90 


» 








11 40 


12 ■ n 


9 


6 30 


8 50 




i K) 


2 20 


sn 


9 


12 201 


2 2013 70 


7 


7 H( 


r 


8 iXI 


IO 


9 40 


10 7(1 


12 HO 




13 70 


IO 


700 


9 10 




MO 


3 70 


7 50 


IO 


13 701 


3 7016 80 


8 


H M 


9 10 


9 50 


11 


L1 L0 


'■■ ,■ 




in SO 


in 80 


11 


8 60 


70 


a ho 


511 


(i so 


■r, 7() 


11 


M, SOI 


5 80 18 70 


9 


9 41 


11 ■> 


11 30 


12 


I 


It 41) 


1 


I 


18 70 


12 


9 70 


1 HO 


8 70 


. ai 


-, ;; 


: ko 


12 


18 701 


I 7022 40 


IO 


; 




12 30 


13 


I! W) 


17 (10 


1 


20 90 




13 


11 80 


I in 


I'i 40 


•0 :!(! 


■ 40 


!6 «o 


13 


!2 40-. 


2 40 


1 1 


12 :< 


in ro 


14 (SO 


14 


1 


- 1 




23 2024 80 


14 


13 30 


: 50 


24 80 23 20 


J H() 


'l :'■: 


14 


24 802 


4 80 


12 


13 '<( 


15 20 


16 10 


15 


' 


,; 


i 1 


27 8029 70 
30 8032 90 
36 203s 90 


15 


16 00 


8 50 


29 70 27 80 


9 70 


3 90 






! 


13 


16 31 


17 90 19 20 


16 


• :,; 


1 


ft 20 


IO 


17 80' 


'O 60 


!2 90 30 80 


!2 90 


;i ihi 






14 


18 2< 


19 9021 20 


17 


28 90 


tl 




17 


21501 


i ro 


8 90 36 20 


38 9042 40 

3 60|46 90 


LAS! 








• 


18 


ji; 20 




40 90|43 60 


18 


23 90' 


7 50 


3 60|40 90 


i in. a 


dv.on Cab. Rasp 






1 



Sizes below 4 inches, not extended, take 4 inch price. 

Halt Inches not specified, take next higher full inch price. 

Dead Smooth, double the price of Bastard Cut. 

One Round Edge, advance 12^ percent. 

All Lengths above those listed, advance 20 per cent, on next lower inch price. 

Blunt Files not specified, advance one inch on respective kinds and cuts. 

Single or Float Cut not specified, on regular shapes take Double Cut price. 

Equalings (Bellied), advance two inches on respective kinds and cuts. 

Two Round Edges, advance 25 per cent. 

Files Varying from standard sizes, subject to special prices. 

Cuts not Specified, made upon regular blanks, advance one inch on respective kinds and nearest cut. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



217 




218 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



^BAR IRON^ 

We make Refined Bar Iron from stock especially selected 
for the purpose. Also, Test Iron made from the best pig iron 
and guaranteed to stand, the test required. 

We solicit your inquiries. 



National Bar Iron Manufacturers' Schedule 

OF 

Minimum Extra Prices above the Base Bar Price, to be 
Charged for Extra Sizes of Iron. 

Adopted March 16, 1899. 



ROUNDS AND SQUARES. 



2j% extra 
1 T % " 



X tO 3^ . . . ■ T ) " 

T6 to H t5 

Hto II . • T \ '• 

& to if , .- ft " 

KtO ft ft " 

» to ti ft . •■ 

H to % ft " 

1 to 1 Ji Base sizes no extra 

2 to 2% T 2 o " 

3 to sy 2 ft " 

3^to4 T 8 o " 

^y$tov/ 2 ic " 

4#to5 lft " 

5/ s to 6 l.ft " 

6j^to6^ 2 r 2 o " 

6^to7^ .'.:. ■ • < 2ft " 

FLATS. 
Y% to ft x X to ft • l T 5 o extra 

y 2 to ftx# to ft 1 

y 2 to ft x'H to y 2 

#to Hxx to ft ■; ■; 

#to Hx3/ g to # 

tf'to f|xXto ft 

K to H X /g to # 

1 tol^x X to f\ 

1 to ;ift x y % to Vs 

iy& toiH'X'H to 1 

1>£ to 4 xJitoA,.; 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



219 



FLAT5 — Continued. 



\ l /z to 


4 


x y & to I 


I ft to 


4 


x i T i c to \y 2 


2 to 


4 


x 1 % to 2 


2 to 


4 


x 2^ to 3 


\% to 


6 


x X to \ 


4X to 


6 


x «H to 1 


4^ to 


6 


x 1 i' c to 1 Yz 


A% to 


6 


x 1 % to 2 


4X to 


6 


x 2>$ to 3 


6# to 


6^4 


x % to T \ 


7 to 


8 


X # tO yfc 


6tf to 


8 


x f$ tol^ 


6X to 


8 


x 1 % to 2 


6X to 


8 


x 2/ 8 to 3 ' 


8X to 10 


x % to T \ 


8X to 10 


x ^ to 1 


8X to 10 


x l T ' g to l/ 2 


8X to 10 


x 1 # to 2 



Base 



Flats 3 7 5 thick ^c. per lb. higher than % to , ',. thick. 
Beyel edge Shaft Iron y^c. higher than same size of Flats. 
All round edge iron T ^c. per lb. extra. 
Horse Shoe Iron all sizes lc. per lb. extra. 



LIGHT BANDS. 



Y % x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

H x Nov 9 to tV • • 

T T g to y z x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

T \ to y 2 x No. 9 to r \. . . 

T % to H x Nos. 10, 11 & 42 

T * 6 to )ixNo.9to T 3 5 . . . 

U to ij- x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

f|to X x No. 9 to T \. . . 

j 3 to ^ x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

\l to # xNo. 9 to T \. . . 

1 tol T 3 g x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

1 to \ T \ x No. 9 to T \. . . 

IX to 4 x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

IX to 4 x No. 9 to r 3 s . . . 

4X to 6 x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

4X to 6 x No. 9 to T \.*. . 

6X to6X x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 

6X 



no extra 
X extra 



lc. 



lc. 



to 6X x No. 9 to T 3 6 - . 

to 8 x Nos. 10, 11 & 12 ~ 

to 8 x No. 9 to f,- 

Bevel Edge Box Iron same as Light Bands of same sizes. 
Beaded Band Iron 1 % " to 2" T 7 5 extra. 
Sand Band Iron T ' c. above same sizes of Light Bands 
Cutting to length T 2 to T * - extra according to length and size. 



220 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Manufacturers' Standard 
List of 

MACHINE BOLTS 

With Square Heads and Square 

Nuts. Finished Points. 

Price per Hundred. 

Adopted September 20, 1899, to take effect 
October 1, 1899. 




Sec 
3-S 


X 


A 


■y$ 


r 7 * 


'A 


MH 


H 


n 


1 


\% 


\% 


W 


1.70 


2.00 


2.40 


2.80 


3.60 


5.20 


7.20 


10.50 








2 


1.78 


2.12 


2.56 


3.0J 


3.86 


5.58 


7.70 


11.20 


16.00 






2y 2 


1.86 


2.24 


2.72 


3.20 


4.12 


5.96 


8.20 


11.90 


16.90 


24.90 




3 1 1.94 


2.36 


2.88 


3.40 


4.38 


6.34 


8.70 


12.60 


17.80 


26.10 


34.50 


V/ 2 I 2.02 


2.48 


3.04 


3.60 


4.64 


6.72 


9.20 


13.30 


18.70 


27.30 


36 00 


4 


2.10 


2.60 


3.20 


3.80 


4.90 


7.10 


9.70 


14.00 


19.60 


28.50 


37.50 


4^ 


2.18 


2.72 


3.36 


4.00 


5.16 


7.48 


10.20 


14.70 


20.50 


29.70 


39.00 


5 


2.26 


2.84 


3.52 


4.20 


5.42 


7.86 


10.70 


15.40 


21.40 


30.90 


40.50 


5K 


2.34 


2.96 


3.68 


4.40 


5.68 


8.24 


11.20 


16.10 


22.30 


32.10 


42.00 


6 


2.42 


3.08 


3.84 


4.60 


5.94 


8.62 


11.70 


16.80 


23.20 


33.30 


43.50 


6^ 


2.50 


3.20 


4.00 


4.80 


6.20 


9.00 


12.20 


17.50 


24.10 


34.50 


45.00 


7 


2.58 


3.32 


4.16 


5.00 


6.46 


9.38 


12.70 


18.20 


25.00 


35 70 


46.50 


7K 


2.66 


3.44 


4.32 


5.20 


6.72 


9.76 


13.20 


18.90 


25.90 


36.90 


48.00 


8 1 2.74 


3.56 


4.48 


5.40 


6.98 


10.14 


13.70 


19.60 


26.80 


38.10 


49.50 


9 1 2.90 


3.80 


4.80 


5.80 


7.50 


10.90 


14.70 


21.00 


28.60 


40.50 


52.50 


10 


3.06 


4.04 


5.12 


6.20 


8.02 


11.66 


15.70 


22.40 


30.40 


42.90 


55.50 


11 


3.22 


4.28 


5.44 


6.60 


8.54 


12.42 


16.70 


23.80 


32.20 


45.30 


58.50 


12 


3.38 


4.52 


5.76 


7.00 | 9.06 


13.18 


17.70 


25.20 


34.00 


47.70 


61.50 


13 








6.08 


7.40 


9.58 


13.94 


18.70 


26.60 


35.180 


50.10 


64.50 


14 








6.40 


7.80 


10.10 


14.70 


19.70 


28.00 


37.60 


52.50 


67.50 


15 








6.72 


8.20 


10.62 


15.46 


20.70 


29.40 


39.40 


54.90 


70.50 


16 








7.04 


8.60 


11.14 


16.22 


21.70 


30. 8' » 


41.20 


57.30 


73.50 


17 














11.66 ,16.98 


22.70 


32.20 


43.00 


59.70 


76.50 


18 












. . 112.18 | 17.74 


23.70 


33.60 


J14.80 


62.10 


79.50 


19 














12.70 


18.50 


24.70 


35.00 


46.60 


64.50 


82.50 


20 














13.22 


19.26 


25.70 


36.40 


48.40 


66.90 


85.50 


21 
















20.02 


26.70 


37.80 


50.20 


69.30 


88.50 


22 
















20.78 


27.70 


39.20 


52.00 


71.70 


91.50 


23 
















21.54 


28.70 


,40.60 


53.80 


74.10 


94.50 


24 
















22.30 


29.70 


42.00 


55.60 1 


76.50 


97.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



221 



MANUFACTURERS' STANDARD LIST OF 

COMMON CARRIAGE BOLTS. 

PRICE PER HUNDRED. 




Adopted January 30, 1895, to take effect February 14, 1895. 



Length. 


X 


_s. 


X 


I 7 * 


% 


rV*# 


x 


1% 


1.00 


1.20 












IX 


1.04 


1.25 












2 


1.08 


1.30 


1.50 


2.20 




. . 


2* 


1.12 


1.35 


1.57 


2.28 








W 


1.16 


1.40 


1.64 


2.36 








2K 


1 20 


1.45 


1.71 


2.44 








3 


1.24 


1.50 


1.78 


2.52 


3.00 


5.00 


7.20 


3*. 


1.28 


1.55 


1.85 


2.60 


3.10 


5 . 15 


7 40 


3/ 2 


1.32 


1.60 


1.92 


2.68 


3.20 


5.30 


7.60 


w 


1.36 


1.65 


1.99 


2.76 


3.30 


5.45 


7.80 


4 


1.40 


1.70 


2.06 


2.84 


3.40 


5.60 


8.00 


*X 


1.44 


1.75 


2.13 


2.92 


3.50 


5.75 


8.20 


4^ 


1.48 


1.80 


2.20 


3.00 


3.60 


5.90 


8.40 


W* 


1.52 


1.85 


2.27 


3.08 


3 70 


6.05 


8.60 


5 


1.56 


1.90 


2.34 


3.16 


3.80 


6.20 


8.80 


5^ 


1.64 


. 2.00 


2.48 


3.32 


4.00 


6.50 


9.20 


6 


1.72 


2.10 


2.62 


3.48 


4.20 


6.80 


9.60 


6^ 


1.80 


2.20 


2.76 


3.64 


4.40 


7.10 


10.00 


7 


1.88 


2.30 


2.90 


3 80 


4.60 


7.40 


10.40 


7M 


1.96 


2.40 


3.04 


3.96 


4.80 


7.70 


10.80 


8 


2 04 


2.50 


3.18 


4.12 


5 . 00 


8.00 


11.20 


8J4 


2.12 


2.60 


3.32 


4.28 


5 20 


8.30 


1..60 


9 


2.20 


2.70 


3 46 


4.44 


5.40 


8.60 


12 00 


9^ 


2.28 


2.80 


3 60 


4.60 


5.60 


8.90 


12 40 


10 


2.36 


2 90 


3.74 


4.76 


5.80 


9.20 


12.80 


11 


2 52 


3.10 


4 02 


5.08 


6.20 


9.80 


13.60 


12 


2.68 


3.30 


4.30 


5.40 


6.60 


10 40 


14.40 


13 


2.84 


3 50 


4.58 


5 . 72 


7.00 


11.00 


1 5 . 21 ) 


14 


3.00 


3.70 


4 86 


6.04 


7.40 


1 1 60 


16.00 


15 


3.16 


3.90 


5.14 


6.36 


7.80 


12.20 


. 16.80 


16 


3.32 


4 10 


5.42 


6.68 


8.20 


12.80 


17 60 


17 


3 48 


4.30 


5 70 


7.00 


8.60 


13.40 


18 40 


18 


3.64 


4.50 


5 98 


7 32 


9.00 


14 00 


19.20 


19 


3 80 


4 70 


6.26 


7.64 


9.40 


14.60 


20 . Oo 


20 


3.96 


4 . 90 


6 54 


7 96 


9.80 


15.20 


20 . 80 



222 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BOUT -ENDS 

4 




Sn£ITH SQUHRE NUTS. 



■ 

Size of Iron. 


Length. 


Price per lb. 


Size of Iron. 


Leng 


th. Price per lb. 


fVioch. 


6 inch. 


.32 


IX inch. 


14. in 


ch. .11 


X ' 




6 " 


25 


lHr " 


15 ■ 


.11 


A 4 




6 " 


.20 


IK " 


16 < 


.11 


H ' 




7 " 


.18 


1# " 


17 - 


.12 


tV ' 




7 " 


.16 


IX " 


18 ' 


.12 


14 ' 




8 " 


.14 


1# " 


19 * 


.12 


# ' 




9 " 


.12 


.2 


20 ' 


.12 


tf ' 




10 " 


.10 


2X " 


22 ' 


.14 


% ' 




11 " 


.10 


2K " 


24 ' 


.14 


l f 




12 " 


.10 


2X " 


24 ' 


.16 


i# ' 




13 " 


.10 


3 


26 ' 


.18 



Please state on order whether Hot Pressed or Cold Punched C. and T. 
Nuts are to be furnished. Hexagon Nuts, io per cent, extra. 

Bolt Ends shorter than above Standard lengths, in lots of ioo and over, 
will be charged at the price per hundred of Machine Bolts of same length, 
subject to same discount ; in smaller lots extra. 

Bolt Ends cut with left hand threads, or with Upset Ends, at special 
prices. 



WEIGHT ^OF BOLT ENDS. 

— ■»♦♦♦— » 
With Square Nuts. Average Weight Per Hundred. 







H* 9 


84 lbs. 


1^x15 


865 lbs. 


2 x20 


2400 lbs. 






3^X10 


145 " 


1^x16 


1075 " 


2^x22 


3150 " 


rVc6- 


14 lbs. 


«xll 


210 " 


1^x17 


1350 '* 


2^x24 


4200 " 


3/6x7 


24 <l 


1 xl2 


300 " 


1^x18 


1670 " 


.2^x24 


5100 ■« 


tW 


34 " 


1^x13 


445 " 


1^x19 


1900 " 


•3 x26 


6400 " 


#*8 


49 " 


1^x14 


644 '«■ 











All Bolt Ends are fitted- with U. S. Standard Nuts.! 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



223 



WROUGHT I RON 



TUR NBUCKLES 




With Right and Left Stub Bolt Ends. 



Size. 


Price. 


Size. 


Price. 


£ inch, 


$0.40 


If inch, 


$2.00 


tV inch > 


,42 


1$- inch, 


2.25 


\ inch, 


.45 


2 inch, 


2.65 


A inch > 


.48 


2£ inch, 


3.10 


f inch, 


.50 


2J inch, 


3.50 


} inch, 


.63 


2f inch, 


4.00 


I inch, 


.75 


2 J- inch, 


4.50 


1 inch, 


.88 


2 J inch, 


5.00 


1| inch, 


1.Q0 


2 J inch, 


5.50 


1£ inch, 


1.25 


2J inch, 


6.00 


If inch, 


1.38 


3 inch, 


6.50 


1% inch, 


1.50 


3£ inch, 


8.00 


1| inch, 


1.75 


3 $ inch, 


10.00 



Turnbuckles of anv length made to order at 
special prices. 

United States Standard Threads used in all 
cases unless otherwise ordered. 



224 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MANUFACTURERS' STANDARD LIST OF 

COACH AND LAG SCREWS. 

WITH SQUARE HEADS. 




With Either Cone Points or Gimlet Points. 
Price Per Hundred, 

Adopted September 20, 1899, to take effect October 1, 1899. 



Length in 
Inches. 


1 6 


h 


7 

1 G 


■A 


-h&% 


X 


7 A 


1 


l/z 


2.25 


2.70 


3.15 


3.75 










2 


2.45 


2.96 


3.47 


4.11 


5.00 








W 


2.65 


3.22 


3.79 


4.47 


5.50 


7.90 






3 


2.85 


3,48 


4.11 


4.83 


6.00 


8.60 


12.50 




3^ 


3.05 


3.74 


4.43 


5.19 


6.50 


9.30 


13.50 


18.20 


4 


3.25 


4.00 


4.75 


5.55 ' 


7.00 


10,00 


14.50 


19.50 


4K 


3.45 


4.26 


5.07 


5.91 


7.50 


10.70 


15.50 


20.80 


5 


3.65 


4.52 


5.39 


6.27 


8.00 


11.40 


16.50 


22.10 


5K 


3.85 


4.78 


5.71 


6.63 


8.50 


12.10 


17.50 


23.40 


6 


4.05 


5.04 


6.03 


6.99 


9.00 


12.80 


18.50 


24.70 


6K 






6.35 


7.35 


9.50 


13.50 


19.50 


26.00 


7 






6.67 


7.71. 


10.00 


14.20 


20.50 


27.30 


7K 






6.99 


8.07 


10.50 


14.90 


21.50 


28.60 


8 






7.31 


8.43 


11.00 


15.60 


22.50 


29.90 


9 






7.95 


9.15 


12.00 


17.00 


24.50 


32.50 


10 








9.87 


13.00 


18.40 


26.50 


35.10 


:i 








10.59 


14.00 


19.80 


28.50 


37.70 


12 








11.31 


15.00 


21 . 20 


30.50 


40.30 



The following extras are a part of the Coach and Lag Screw List. 

Hexagon Heads 10 per cent, extra. 

§kein Screws are sold at the same price as Lag Screws. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON- 



225 



The Perfect— Square Heads. 




PRICE LIST PER HUNDRED. 



LENGTH 
IN INXHKS. 



vA. 

2 . 

3 . 

3/ 2 . 
4. 

4/. 

5 
$ l A. 

6 -. 

6/ 2 : 

7 , 
7/ 2 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 



DIAMETER. 



/8 



S8.70 
8.78 
8.86 
8.94) 
9,02 
9.L0 
9.18 

- 9,26 
9.34 
9.42 



A 



S12.64 
I 12.76 
12.88 
13.00 
13.12 
13.24 
13.36 
13.48 
13.60 
13.72 
13.84 1 
13.96 



$19.40 
19.60S26.70;S35.40 



Length of Case 



i/ 



Diamet'rof Case / 



19.80 

20.00 

20.20 

20.40 

20.60 

20.80 

2l.00| 

21. 20 1 

21.60 

22.00 

22.40 

22.80 



3-/ 



27.00 

27.30 
27.60 
27.90 
28.20 
28.50 
28.80 
29.10 
29.70 
30/30 
30.90 
3L50 



ii 



35.84 

36.28 

36.72 

37.16 

37.60 

38.04 

38.48 

38.921 

39.80 

40.68 

41.56 

42.44 



$43.60 

44.20;S56.00 
44.80 56.80 
45.40 
46.00 



46.60 
47.20 
47. SO 
49.00 
50.20 
51.40 
52.60 

4/ 



57.60 
58.40 
59.20 
60.00 
60.80 
62.40 
64.00 
65.60 
67.20 



1/2 



226 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



United States Standard Sizes <£ j£ 




Wrought Iron 

St Steel Washers 



ADOPTED OCTOBER % *895- 






In 200-Pound Kegs* 



Diameter. 


Size of 
Hole. 


Thickness 
Wire Gauge. 


Size of Bolt. 


Price per ioo 
lbs. 


Number in 
ioo lbs. 


A • 


X 


No. 18 


A 


$14.00 


39400 


X 


A 




4 16 


X 


12.20 


15600 


% 


H 




4 16 


A 


11.40 


11250 


1 


A 




4 14 


H 


10.50 


6800 


\% 


^ 




4 14 


A 


9.70 


4300 


w 


A 




4 12 


l A 


9.20 


2600 


V/z 


» 




4 12 


A 


9.10 


2250 


IX 


H 




4 10 


H 


9.00 


1300 


*2 


11 




4 10 


X 


8.80 


1010 


*2% 


H 




4 9 


% 


" 


860 


*2/ 2 


1A 




4 9 


l 


11 


625 


*2X 


IX 




4 9 


i*A 


44 


520 


3 


1H 




1 9 


IX 


9.00 


400 


3X 


i# 




4 8 


i# 


" 


300 


sy 2 


i* 




4 8 


IK 


9.20 


280 


3X 


W 




4 8 


i'# 


" 


240 


4 


i# 




4 8 


IX 


9.50 


215 


4X 


2 




' 8 


1# 


« 


190 


4^ 


2/g 




4 8 


2 


" 


175 



*Base List. 



CRAWLEY 8i JOHNSTON. 



227 



CAST-IRON WASHERS. 




STANDARD O. G. CAST WASHERS. 



Bolt. 


A 


B 


c 


D 


R 


Weight. 


% 


1% 


H 


" H 


2</* 


' % 


H lb. 


% 


\% 


7 A 


X 


3 


H 


>4 " 


H 


iK 


i 5 


# 


SH 


H 


i 5 ti 
T . 


* 


*A 


*A 


rA 


yA 


X 


, 3 «' 

1 1 1 


i 


2/$ 


'A 


1 A 


4 


\ 3 

1 c 


'if " 


i l A 


3 . 


1/8 


itf 


4/2 


n 


2/2 " 


y% 


3 


I# 


lYz 


5/2 


iX 


4K 44 


vX 


3/ 2 


III 


1% 


6 


1% 


6 " 




Washers of all Shapes and Sizes ; Quoits, Dumb Bells, Star and S Washers, &c. 



228 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAP SCREWS. 

HEXAGON HEADS. 




PRICE F>ER ioo. 



Diameter 

Head. 


7 
Ti 


H . 


9 
T« 

1 3 

3 2 

16 
% 

$375 

4 00 
4.25 
4.50 
4.75 
5.05 
5.40 
5.80 


% 

1 5 

14 

ft 

$4.40 
4.70 
5.00 
5.30 
5.60 
5.95 
6.35 
6.80 
7.30 


% 
ft 

13 

$5.50 
5.70 
6.00 
6.30 
6.60 
7.00 
7.50 
8.00 
8.60 
9.30 

.80 


1 3 
% 

12 

9 
IS 

$7.00 

7.00 

7.50 

8.00 

8.50 

9.10 

9.70 

10.40 

11.20 

12.10 

1.00 


7 4 


I 


IX 


V4 


Length 
Head. 


ft 

20 


1 1 

T2 

18 

5 


1 1 


if 


15 
T5 


1ft 


Threads to 
inch. 


11 

% 

$9.50 
9.50 
10.00 
10.60 
11.20 
11.90 
12.70 
13.60 
14.70 

1.30 


10 


) 


8 


Diameter 
Screw. 


« 


% 

$12.20 
12.20 
12.80 
13.40 
14.10 
14.90 
15.90 
17.00 


Yz 


1 


I 

n 

a 

3 

to 

a 

<X> 

^•23^. 

2^ 


$3.00 
3.25 
3.50 
3.75 
4.00 
4.25 


$3.25 
3.50 
3.75 
4.00 
4.25 
4.60 
5.00 


$16.00 
16.60 
17.20 
17.90 
18.80 
20.00 
21.80 


$21.20 
22.30 
23.60 

25; 10 






26.80 


3 








29 00 






.40 


.50 


.60- 




Addfbr 
each *4 
inch. 


.30 


1.60 


2 00 


2.40 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



229 



CAP SCREWS. 

SQUARE HEADS. 




PRICE PER 100 



Diameter 
Head 


1 A 


■j 


9 

1 5 
S2 


1 


1 
J H 


i 

4 


1 
i 


H 


1* 


Length 
Head. 


A U 


y 


tV 


i ; h 


H 


H 


iiV 


Threads 
- to inch 


i 

20 , 18 


16 


u 


13 


12 41 

| 


10 


9 


8 


Diameter 
Screw. 


i 

l 5 

4 le- 


1 \ T\ 


i 
§ 


iV ; f 


i 


i 
i 


1 


% 

t 

1 IK 

i i% 

a 

2 2 

2 2^ 
2K 

3 


SS. 40 
2.60 
2.75 
290 
3.05 
325 


$2.75 
2.95 
3.10 
3.30 
3.50 
3.70 
4.00 


$3.20 
3.40 
3.65 
3.85 
4.10 
4.35 
4.65 
5.00 


|3.80 

4.00 
4.20 
4.45 
4.70 
4.95 
5.25 
5.60 
6.00 


$4.40 
4.70 
4.95 
5.25 
5.55 
5.90 
6.30 
6.75 
7.25 
7.80 


$5.75 
5.75 
6.05 
6.35 
6 65 
7.05 
7.55 
845 
8.85 
9 65 


\ 

$7.7(fl 

7.70 

8.25 

8.80 

9.40 

10.10 

10.90 

11.80 

12 80 


$10.50 
10.50 
11.10 
11.80 
12.60 
13.50 
14 60 
15.90 


$14.00 
14.80 
15.70 
16.70 

-17.80 
19.10 
20.60 


$18.00 
19.00 
20.00 
21.50 
23.10 
25.00 


















Add for 
?aca y± in 


.35 


.35 


.45 


.55 


.65 


.90 


1.20 


1.50 


1.80 


2.30 



230 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CASE-HARDENED IRON 
SET SCREWS. 




PRICE F»KR 100. 



Diameter. 


M 


5 
16 


H 


7 


X 


9 
1¥ 


% 


$2.00 


|2 20 


12.50 


$2.90 


$3.40 


$4.25 


<6 I 


2.15 


2.3? 


2 65 


3.10 


3.60 


4.25 


3 l K 


2.30 


2 50 


2 80 


3.30 


3.80 


4 50 


? 1H 


2.45 


2.65 


2.95 


3.50 


4.00 


4.75 


•1 13* 


2.60 


2.80 


3.10 


3.70 


4.20 


5.00 


3 2 


2.80 


3.00 


3.30 


3.95 


4.45 


5 30 


tL 2 K 


.... 


3.25 


3 55 


4 25 


4.75 


5.65 


8 *«■ 


.... 




3 85 


4 60 


5.10 


6.05 


* .2% 








500 


5.50 


6.50 


3 










5.95 


7.C0 


Threads to inch. 


20 


IS 


16 


14 


13 


12 


Add for each 
Yx inch. 


.25 


.30 


.35 


.45 


.50 


.55 



Diameter. 


% 


% 


7 /s 


1 


W 


IX 


% 


$5.00 












-i 1 


5.00 


$7.00 










I IK 


5 25 


7.00 


$11.80 








t 1* 


5 50 


7.50 


11.80 


$14.90 






1 l 3 4 


5 75 


8.00 


12.00 


15.90 


$19.50 




§ 2 


6.05 


8.60 


12.90 


17.00 


21.10 


$25.30 


£ 2 ^ 


6 40 


9 30 


13.80 


18.40 


22.90 


27 40 


a 2% 


6.80 


10.00 


14.80 


19.80 


24.70 


29.60 


* av 


7.25 


10.80 


15.90 


21.40 


26.70 


32.00 


3 


7.80 


11.70 


17.10 


23.00 


28.80 


34.60 


Threads to inch. 


11 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


Add for each 
Y A inch. 


.60 


1.00 


1 30 


1.70 


2.23 


2.80 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



231 



STEEL SET SCREWS, 




PRICE PER ioo. 



Diameter of 


1 ' 


5 


5 ' 


7 


$4.25 


9 


Screw. 


-4 


i* 


H 


Tff 


1 6 


o « 


$2.50 


$2 75 


$3.10 


$3.60 


$5.30 


2 1 


2.65 


2.90 


3.30 


3.90 


4.50 


5.aC 


li W 


2.a5 


3.10 


3.50 


4.15 


4.75 


5 60 


SI i^ 


3.05 


3.30 


3.70 


4.40 


5.00 


5.90 


5. Vi 


3.25 


3.50 


3.90 


4.65 


5.25 


6.25 


1 1 3 


3.50 


3.75 


4.15 


4 95 


5.55 


6.60 


^S 2^ 


3.80 


4.05 


4.45 


5.30 


5.90 


7.05 


2>u 2*4 


4.10 


4.45 


4.80 


5.75 


6 35 


7.55 - 


X 2% 


4.45 


4.80 


525 


6.20 


6.85 


8.10 


3 


4.75 


5 20 


5.70 


6.75 


7.45 


8.75 


Threads to inch. 


20 


18 


16 


14 


13 
.70 


12 


Add for each 


.35 


.40 


50 


.60 


.80 


\4 inch. 















Diarnttcr of 
J»crew. 


X 


% 


7/ 
/8 


1 


i« 


l l i 


% 


$6.25 












S 1 


6.25 


$8.75 










li ll 4 


6.55 


8.75 


$14.10 








£o iv 2 


6.90 


9.35 


14.10 


$18.60 






&: *% 


7.25 


10.00 


15.00 


19.80 


$24.40 




la 2 


7.60 


10.75 


16.10 


2t 25 


26.35 


$31.60 


%i *K 


8.00 


11.60 


17.25 


23 00 


23 60 


34.25 


S3 2^ 


8.50 


12.50 


18.50 


24 70 


30.S5 


37.00 


S 2% 


9.05 


13.50 


19.85 


26.65 


33.40 


40.00 


3 


9.70 


14.60 


21.35 


28.75 


36.00 


43.25 


Threads to inch. 


11 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


Add for each 
Y\ inch. 


.90 


130 


1 75 


2.30 


3.00 


3.75 



^m 



232 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MILLED IRON STUD BOLTS. 



| , W M V T I', U^ |7 JT I' W ,r ,|' |T|r w m W W W J 

11:1 1J: lll'l'1 .1:1 i*l'.|:.l ; |'l.ll'. 



PRICE F»EF£ ioo. 



Diameter. 


1 


ft 


1 


ft 


f 


4 
10 


i 
9 


1 
8 

17.00 
17.75 
18.50 
19 25 
20.00 
21.00 
22.00 
23.00 
24.00 
26.00 
28.00 


H 

7 

21.00 

22.00 
23.00 
24.00 
25.00 
26.50 
28.00 
29.50 
31.00 
34 00 
37.00 


U 


No. Threads 
to inch. 


16 


14 


L2or 

13 


12 


11 


7 


1M 
1« 

1% 

3 

3^ 
2K 

B 3 

0) 

S 3« 

to 3% 

J 4 


3.35 
3.50 
3.65 
3.80 
3.95 
4.10 
4.25 
4.40 


4.05 
4.20 
4.35 
4.50 
4.65 
4.80 
4.95 
5.10 
5.25 
5.40 


4.40 
4.60 
4.80 
5.00 
5.20 
5.40 
5.60 
5.80 
6.00 
6.20 
6.4^ 
6 60 


5.10 
5.30 
5.50 
5.70 
5.90 
6.10 
6.30 
6.50 
6.70 
6.90 
7.10 
7.30 
7.50 
7.70 


6.10 
6.30 
6.50 
6.70 
6.90 
7.10 
7.30 
7.50 
7.70 
7.90 
8.10 
8.40 
8.70 
9.00 
9.30 
9.90 
10.50 


8.80 

9.10 

9.40 

9.70 

10.00 

10.30 

10.60 

10.90 

11.20 

11.65 

12.10 

12.55 

13.00 

13.90 

14.80 


12.00 
12.50 
13.00 
13.50 
14.00 
14.50 
15.00 
15.75 
16.50 
17.25 
18.00 
19.50 
21.00 


27.00 
28.00 
29.00 


5 






30.50 
32.00 


5^ 
6 








33.50 










35.00 


7 










38.00 


8 










41.00 















CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



233 



MACHINE SCREWS. 

ROUND, FLAT AND FILLISTER HEAD. 



Round Head. 



Fillister Head. 



IRON MACHINE SCREWS.-List of January I, 1898. 
Per Gross. 



Threads to inch 


48 
56 
64 


48 
56 


32, 36, 40 


30 
32 

36 


30 

32 


30 
32 
38 


24, 30, 32 


20 
24 


18 
20 
24 


16. 18, 20 


16 


18 


14 
16 
18 


14, 16 


*o. 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


30 


Inches. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


(„CS. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


ft 


25 


25 


25 


29 


29 


35 


35 


43 


43 






















H 


25 


25 


25 


29 


29 


35 


35 


43 


43 


55 


68 


















ft 


27 


27 


27 


31 


31 


38 


38 


46 


48 


59 


74 


95 
















is 


27 


27 


27 


31 


31 


38 


38 


46 


46 


59 


74 


95 


106 


120 


140 


165 








ft 


29 


29 


29 


33 


33 


4L 


41 


49 


49 


59 


74 


95 


110 


125 


145 


170 








29 


29 


29 


33 


33 


41 


41 


49 


49 


69 


74 


95 


110 


125 


145 


170 








ft 


38 


33 


33 


38 


:?6 


46 


48 


54 


.54 


66 


81 


103 


115 


135 


165 


190 








% 


88 


.33 


33 


3T. 


36 


46 


46 


54 


54 


66 


81 


100 


115 


135 


165 


190 


235 






\ 


37 


37 


37 


42 


42 


52 


52 


63 


63 


74 


88 


110 


180 


156 


175 


200 


245 


320 


400 






48 


48 


48 


48 


8 


60 


72 


72 


» 


100 


120 


140 


166 


190 


220 


270 


330 


425 


1 






55 


55 


55 


70 


R5 


85 


97 


116 


115 


155 


180 


210 


265 


■did 


375 


460 


ifc 






75 


75 


75 


85, 


85 


1(15 


105 


125 


145 


165 


186 


210 


250 


300 


360 


435 


525 








75 


75 


75 


R5 


88 


105 


105 


125 


147 


M6 


186 


210 


250 


300 


360 


535 


523 






100 


10U 


100 


115 


115 


135 


135 


163 


ISO 


200 


220 


250 


300 


380 


430 


510 


600 


1* 






100 


100 


100 


lift 


115 


135 


135 


160 


180 


ZOO 


220 


260 


ao 


360 


430 


510 


600 


I* 










125 


135 


135 


170 


170 


180 


205 


240 


255 


290 


345 


410 


486 


570 


685 


2 










150 


1«5 


165 


200 


200 


210 


230 


276 


290 


886 


395 


465 


545 


635 


736 


2K 














200 


230 


230 


250 


275 


310 


325 


870 


435 


600 


685 


690 


800 


2* 














235 


275 


27A 


300 


825 


345 


365 


415 


490 


575 


670 


776 


890 


«« 














275 


325 


325 


340 


385 


385 


415 


475 


555 


646 


746 


860 


985 


3 














835 


375 


375 


390 


426 


465 


515 


575 


650 


746 


1 850 


970 


a 100 



BRASS MACHINE SCREWS. 
Round, Flat and Fillister Head.-List of January 1, 1898. -Pep Gross. 



Threads to inch.. . . £ 
[ 


(8 
10 

S4 


48 
66 


32. 38, 40 


30 
3b 


30 
32 


38 

32 
36 


24, 30. 32 


20 

24 


18 
20 
24 


16, 18, 20 


16, 18 


1* > 

15 14, 26 

IS ] 


No . « 




v. 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


22 


Si 26 


28 30 


Inches. C 


cs. 
2 


Cts. 
32 


Cts. 


Cts. 
40 


Cts. 
40 


Cis. 

58 


Ct«. 

r>8 


Cts. 

86 


Cts. 

86 


Cts. 


.Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 


;ct«. 


Cts. 


Cts. Cts. 


Cts. 


Cts. 






X ' 


S? 


32 


32 


40 


40 


68 


,58 


86 


86 


90 


115 


153 














A ' 


5 


36 


35 


43 


43 


R2 


82 


KK 


36 


100 


155 


200 














% 


6 


35 


.35 


43 


43 


62 


62 


86 


86 


100 


155 


..« 


255 


300 


3fi0 










B 


39 


39 


48 


48 


6R 


68 


95 


95 


115 


170 


210 


3'.'; 


3'>J 


460 








s 


59 


39 


39 


48 


48 


68 


68 


85 


95 


115 


170 


2iO 


390 


860 


m 


600 






ft 


18 


4* 


43 


57 


57 


77 


77 


105 


105 


130 


190 


2ii. 


3^5 


880 


490 


630. 








ft 


48 


48 


57 


57 


77 


n 


105 


105 


130 


190 


2.;G 


325 


39U 


490 


630 






X 


n 


60 


60 


70 


70 


90 


90 


115 


115 


lf>0 


2l0 


280 


359 


430 


540 


670 S10 






\ 






7? 


SO 


HO 


105 


K«f> 


135 


136 


lhfi 


230 


290 


375 


470 


595 


740 900 


1125 




1 






80 


90 


90 


120 


120 


155 


155 


210 


2U> 


320 


4 


520 


6?0 


850 1 1069 


1300 


1375 


IH 






100 


120 


130 


150 


150 


199 


190 


255 


310 


370 


450 


too 


775 99C : 1245 


1540 


2875 


i% 






100 


120 


iwi 


15fl 


150 


190 


190 


255 


310 


370 


450- 


0>j 


775 999 , 12-15 


1540 


187o 


1H 






150 


170 


190 


210 


2i0 


250 


250 


300 


360 


430 


500 


680 


155 1470 


1-35 


2250 


lv 






150 


17(1 


190 


210 


210 


250 


250 


300 


360 


4*) 


500 


680 


8% 1155,1470 


1835 


2250 


\% 










250 


270 


270 


310 


310 


350 


415 


500 


550 


750 


985 ; K'T ■ 


21.40 , 2425 


2 










330 


350 


8711 


400 


400 


440 


490 




650 


hzS 


1060 |1355 1710 


2180 ; 2600 


2'^ 














450 


500 


500 


550 


flflO 


665 


760 


925 


11*- 14^5; 1870 


2305 ; 2800 


2X 














600 


6.50 


6.5(1 


700 


750 


noo 


900 


1050 


' :0 ; 1980 


2535 ; 3050 


2% 














650 


700 


750 


xon 


909 


Vt*} 


1190 


1200 


1400 ! 1700: 2180 


2750 13300 


3 








. 






750 


800 


850 


900 


1000 


1100 


12.50 


14001 1600! WjG 2410 


2970 3600 



234 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WOOD SCREWS. 



IRON WOOD SCREWS. 



List of Jan. 1, 1900. 



*E m J i^^f^ 



FLAT AND ROUND HEAD. PER GROSS. 



% inch. 


X inch. 


}4 inch. 


% inch. 


% inch. 


>8 inch 


1 inch. 


No. 0. $063 


No. 0. . . $0 63 


No. J... $0.63 


No. 1. ..$063 


No. 2.. ..$063 


No. 2. .$066 


No. 3... $073 


1... -63 


1 63 


2... 


.63 


2 63 


3... 


.64 


3 67 


4 ... .76 


2. . . .63 


2 63 


3... 


.63 


3 63 


4. .. 


j65 


4 70 


5 80 


3... .63 


3 63 


4 .. 


.63 


4... .63 


5... 


70 


5. . . . 75 


6 87 


4... .63 


4 63 


5... 


.64 


5 67 


6... 


.77 


6 82 


7 93 




5 63 


6... 


.66 


6 72 


7... 


.82 


7..".. .87 


8 98 




6 64 


7... 


.76 


7 ... -78 


8... 


88 


8 92 


9. .. 1.05 




7 71 

8 80 


8... 
9... 


.80 

.84 


8. . . . .85 
9. . . .. 88 


9... 
10... 


92 

.97 


9 96 

10 ... 106 


10... 1.16 




11 ... 120 


\% inch. 


9 -84 


10 .. 


.87 


10 91 


11... 


106 


11. .. 1.10 


12... 126 


No. 3.. $080 




11... 


92 


11 ... 95 


12... 


1 10 


12... 1.15 


13... 140 




4... .83 


1>2 inch 


* 12., 1.00 


12.... 100 


13... 


1.15 


13. 125 


14... L«0 


5... .PI 




13... 105 


14... 


1.26 


14... 135 


15.... J.85 




6... .98 


4^ . 
5.. 
6. 

7. 
8 . 


.95 

. 1-00 
. 1-05 
. 1.10 
.1.20 


1% inch. 
No. 5.... $1.20 
6... 1.25 
7.... 1.33 


14.... 1.15 


15... 


140 


15 . 160 


16... 2.10 


7... 1.05 
8... 1.J0 
9 .. 1.15 
10... 1.20 
11... 130 
12.., 1.40 
13... 1.55 
14... 1-75 
15... 2 00 
16.. 2.30 
17.,. 2.55 
18.:. 2-80 
20... 3.35 
22... 4-00 
24. , 4.75 




16... 


11*5 


16 ... 1.85 


17.... 2.30 
18... 266 
20 ... 316 


2 inch. 
No. 5... $1.30 




2Vi inch. 


2H inch. 


8... 


140 




9.. 


. 1.25 


9... 


145 


6... 1.36 


No. 5... $1.45 


No. 5. ..$175 


2% inch. 


10.. 


L.30 


10... 


1.50 


7.... 140 


6 .. 


1.50 


6... 180 


No. 6... $2.20 


11.. 


. 1.40 


11 .. 


1.60 


8. ... 1.60 


7... 


155 


7 ... 185 


7.... 225 


12 . 


1.55 ' 


52. . . 


1.70 


9.... 1.65 


8. . . 


160 


• 8 . .-. 1 ♦*) 


8. .. 230 


13 . 


. >.70 


13... 


185 


10.-.-. 160 


9... 


1-65 


9...- 2 00 


9 ... 236 


14.. 


. 1-90 


14... 


2.05 


11... 1.70 


10... 


176 


10.... 2 10 


10... 240 


15.. 


. 2.2'» 


15 .. 


2.35 


12.... 1 80 


11... 


186 


11.. ., 216 


11... 2.46 


16.. 


. 2.45 


IK... 


2.65 


13 ... 205 


12 .. 


200 


12... 2.25 


12. ... 2.66 


17.. 


2 75 


17... 


300 


14... 2 35 


13... 


220 


13... 2 40 


13 ... 266 


18.. 


3. IS 


18 .. 


3.40 


15.... 265 


14... 


245 


14,.... 260 


14... 2.85 


VO 


3.50 


?0. . . 


400 


16 ... 2 95 


15... 


285 


15... 306 


15... 326 




23 ■ -: • 4 20 


22... 


4 70 


17.... 3 30 


16... 


326 


16.-... 3 40 


16 .. 066 




24. 4.95 


24 . 5 26 


18... 3 85 
20 . . 4 40 


17 ., 
18. . . 


3 65 

4 10 


17..,. 3 76 
18..: 4-.% 


17... 406 
18... 476 








3 inch. 
No. 6. $2.60 . 
7... 2.66 


3K inch. 
No. 8 . $3.50 
9.... 3 60 
30... 3 70 


4 inch. 
No. 8.. $4 40 
9 ... 4.60 
30 ... 4 60 


22 ... 4 80 
24 ... 5 60 


20.. 
22 ". . 
24 .. 


4.86 
6 25 

5 75 


20,... 520 
22 ... 5 85 
24... 650 


20.. 570 
22 ... 660 
24 . 7.40 


8... 2 70 










9 .. 2 75 


11 . 3.*Q 


11..:. 4 70 


4 l 4 inch. 


5 inch 


6 inch. 




10... 2.80 


12 . . 3 95 


12 ... 4.80 


No. 12 .. $6 10 


No 12 .. $7 10 


No 12 .. 18 70 




11.. 2.86 


13 .. 4.05 


,13... 490 


13 ... 620 


13 ... 7.30 


13 ... 900 




12... 2.90 


.14 ... 416 


14 ... 500 


14 ... 6.35 


14 ... 76" 


14.... 9 30 




13... 300 


15.... 4.35 


15.... 6.20 


15.. . 6 65 


15.... 8 00 


15 .... 990 




14... 3.16 


16 ... 4 «0 


16.... 5.35 


16 ... 690 


16 ... 8 40 


16.... 10-60 




15 . 3-40 


17 ... 4 95 


17.... 606 


17.... 7.25 


17.... 8.80 


17 .. 1125 




16... 3.86 


18... 6.75 


18.... 6 75 


38..., 7.86 


18 ... 940 


38... 1265 




17... 4.40 


20... 6.80 


20 ... 7.86 


20.... 8 70 


20... 10.10 


20... 1380 




18 5.10 


22 7.60 


22.... 8.75 


22 ...1015 


22. ...11.70 


22 .. 16 00 




20... 616 


24.... 8.75 


24... 10.06 


24. ...11 66 


24 ...13 25 


24 .. 18 20 




22... 6.85 


26... 10.60 


26 ...1210 


26.... 13 80 


26... 15 76 


26 .2000 




24... 7.70- 




28... 14.10 


28.... 15 95 


28 ...17.80 


28.... 224)6 




26... 9.40 




30.... 16.25 


30... 1810 


30... 2000 


30 .. 2615 





The following varieties of Iron Screws arc invoiced from this list at varying discounts: Flat. Round. Fillister and Oval Head, 
ews, Dowel and Felloe Screws, Bright. Blued, Brassed, Bronzed, Japanned, Lacquered and Tinned, also .Drive Screw* ^ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



236 



WOOD SCKfcWS. 

NICKEL PLATED IRON AND BRASS WOOD SCREWS. 



PH*WI*WWW®S 



Flat and Round Head Nickel Plated Iron Wood Screws.- 

List January 1, 1891. 

PER GROSS. 



Xracb. 


y 9 inch. 


X inch. 


%i 


nch. 


1 inch 


l*n 


* 


1*< inch 


Wo. 4.„. 1*5 


No. 4.... It 45 


No. 4. ..$1 45 


No. 6. 


$1 45 










%..,. 145 


6. . . . 1 45 


5 .... 1 45 


7 


.. 1 50 


No. 6. . . |l 60 


No. 6... 


U 65 


No. 7..n 88 


«... 1 45 


6... 1 «5 


6. . . 1 45 


8. 


. 1 55 


7. 


. 1 65 


7 .. 


. 1 55 


8.. 1 94 


?.... 1 46 


7. . . . 1 4*. 


7 ... 1 45 
8... 1 50 


9. 


.. 1 61 


8. 


. 1 65 


8... 


. 1 65 


9.. 2 ii& 


8. . . . 1 46 


8 . . . . 1 46 


10 


. 1 7'» 


'j 


. 1 66 


9 .. 


. 1 8» 


10.. 2 16 


9... 1 5» 


9 . . . 1 55 


9 . . . 167 


11. 


.. 1 90 


10. 


1 76 


10 .. 


. 1 96 


It.. 2 38 


10 .180 


10. . . . 1 63 


10. . . . 1 TO 


12. 


..220 


11 . 


1 95 


11... 


. 2 10 


12.. 2 60 




11 ... 1 85 

12. . .2 05 


LI.... 1 90 

12. . . 2 IS 


13. 
14. 


. 2 40 
.. 2 T5 


1'.. 
13.. 


2 .'5 
. 2 4?. 


12. . . 
13 . 


. 2 10 

. 2 en 


13. . 2 85 




14.. 3 15 


1% inch. 
No. 7 ...$2 15 




13... 2 35 
14 2 TO 


16. 
16 


. 3 15 
. 3 60 


14.. 
16.. 


. > 80 
. 3 25 


14... 
16-.. 


. 2 95 
. 3 35 


15 3 55 




16.. 4 00 


8... 2 20 


2 inch 








16.. 


3 7U 


16. . . 


. 3 85 


17.. 4 40 








9 ... 2 30 


No. 9.. .|2 40 


2\ incr.. 


-^ 


inch 




17. . 


4 20 


18.. 4 85 


10. . . . 2 40 


10... 2 50 


No. 10.... $2 «5 


No. 10 


. *3 45 




18... 


. 4 65 


20.. 5 85 


11 .. 2 65 


11 .. 2 70 


















12 . . 2 80 




3 "«'5 


12 












18... 3 12 


13. . 3 45 


L3 


.. 3 75 


13. 


.. 4 00 










14.... 8 45 


14 ... 3 75 


14 


.. .4 00 


14. 


.. 4 25 


2# inch 


3 inch 




16.... 3«0 


16 ... 4 05 


15 


... 4 30 


15 


.. 4 75 










18.... 4 20 


16 ... 4 45 


16 


... 4 80 


16 


.. 6 10 


No. 14.. $4 60 


No. 14... 


$5 00 




I V . . 4 80 


17.... 6 00 


17 


. .' 5 30 


17.. 


, 5 85 


16.... 5 40 


16... 


. 6 20 




18 ... 6 10 


18 ... 6 *6 


18 


... 6 10 


18 


. . 6 65 


18.... 7 30 


18 .. 


. 8 05 




20. ... 6 16 


20 ... 6 70 


20 


... 7 26 


20 


.-. 7 90 


20... 8 T5 


20... 


. 9 45 





Nickel Plated Brass Wood Serews. 

L-«: Jan. 1. 1881. 

PER GR')bS. 



*lncb 


% inch 


^inch 


y* 


nch 


1 inch 


]^ inch 


IS »nrh 


No. 4....81 65 


No. 4 . . .*l 70 


No. 4 . *1 76 


No. ri 


..$2 10 . 


No. 6... *2 20 


No. 6....*2 60 


No. 7 J3 26 


6. . . . 1 70 


6... 175 


6 


... 1 85 


7. 


..2 3i) 


7 .. 


2 40 


7 ... Z 70 


8. . 3 V> 


6. ... 1 80 


6 .... 1 90 


6 


... 200 


8 


-.. 2 66 


8... 


2 TO 


8... 3 00 


9 3 70 


'7 . . 1 90 


7.... 2 00 


7 


... 2 10 


9. 


.. 2 75 


9... 


2 96 


9.... 3 30 


10.. 4 20 


8 ... 2 05 


8- . . 2 15 


8 


... 2 35 


10. 


. . 3 10 


10... 


3 35 


10... 3 75 


11.. 4 80 


».... 2 16 


9.... 2 40 


9 


... 2 55 


11. 


.. 3 65 


11... 


3 80 


11..... 4.30 


12.. 6 16 


10 ... 2 45 


10. . . 2 70 


10 


... 2 90 


12 • 


. 4<"6 


12... 


4 30 


12..;. 4 «5 


13 6 10 




11... 3 05 
12... 3 50 


11 

12 


... 3 30 
... 3 75 


13. 

14. 


.. 4 50 
.. 6 15 


13... 
14... 


4 *0 
6 40 


13 ... 6 45 
14. . . . 6 20 


14 . 6 *5 
15.. 7 80 


l?i inch 
No. 7....*:* 85 
8 ... 3 95 




18 






ft Rft 


15 


6 'M 




16 . 8 80 

17 9 70 


2 inch 
No. 9,...»4 95 


14 4 85 


]« ft <-^ 


16... 


7 00 


1* ... 7 85 
17... 8 70 


... 405 


2^ inch 


V e luc 




18. .10 60 


10... 4 ti5 


10 ... 6 10 
11.... 6 80 
12 ... 6 60 


No. 10. ...$6 85 
11.... 700 
12. .. . 7 20 


No. 10. ...*9 00 
11 .. 9 20 
12... 9 35 




18 . . 9 50 


20 12 66 


11... 6 30 






12. ... 6 00 






18. . . . 6 75 


18. . . . 7 40 


13.... 8 05 


J3. . . . 9 6S 


2% inch 


3 inch 




14 ... 7 66 


14... 8 40 


14... 9 16 


14 .. 9 86 


No. 14 ..$11 70 


No. 14...*L3 45 




16... 8 65 


15. . . . 9 45 


16. ...10.25 


16 ...11 06 


16 .. 12 40 


16... 12 80 




16.... 9 65 


16.... 10 65 


16. ...11 45 


16... 12 90 


16... 13 26 


16... 14 16 




17 ...10 *» 


17... 11 65 


17... 12 65 


17. .13 60 


17... 14 60 


17 . . 16 60 




18... 11 70 


18. ...12 75 


18 ...13 85 


18... 14 90 


18... lh 00 


18.\. 17 0". 




20 . .13 90 


20 ...15 20 


JD .16 46 


20... 17 76 


20... 19 00 


20.. 20 30 





236 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WOOD SCREWS. 

Brass and Bronze Metal Wood Scpews. 



List January 1, 1900. 
Flat and Round Mead. 



PER GROSS. 



% inch. 


% inch. 


}■{ inch 


% 


nch 


y A inch 


% inch. 


1 inch. 


No .. $080 


No.O . . 


.$oso 


No 1.., $0 86 


No'l 


$0 91 


No 2 . . $1.06 


No. 2. .$135 


No. 3. 


..$165 


I... .80 


1... 


. .82 


2... 


SO 


2. 


. . . .91 


3 ... 110 


3... 1.40 


4. 


.'. 160 


2 84 


2... 


. .86 


3 . 


.93 


3 


... 99 


4... 115 


4.. 


. 1.45 


6. 


.. 186 


3 87 


3... 


,89 


4 .. 


1 iQ 


4. 


... 1.06 


5 .. 130 


5.. 


. 160 


6- 


.. 170 


4 91 


4 .. 


. .95 


5... 


1 10 


5. 


... 1 20 


6... 1.45 


6.. 


1.65 


7. 


.. L.96 


5...' .97 


5 .. 


. 1X13 


6... 


1> 


6 


... 130 


7.... 1-60 


7.. 


. 180 


8 


.. 2 30 




6... 


. 1.10 


7. . . 


130 


7 


.. 1.60 


8.... 190 


«.. 


. 2.05 


9. 


.. 260 




7 .. 


. 1.20 


S .. 


150 


8 


. .. 1.70 


9..., 2-15 


9.. 


. 2.35 


10. 


.. 2 95 




8... 


. 136 


9... 


170 


9. 


... 190 


10. . . 2.40 


10.. 


. 265 


11 


. 330 






10.... 190 


10. 


. .. 215 


11.... 2 65 


11 . 


. 2.% 


12 


.3 65 








11. 


... 240 


12 .. 300 


12.. 


. 3.35 


13. 


.. 410 








12. 
13. 


... 2 65 
... 300 


13.... 3 36 
14.... 3 70 


13 

14.. 


. 3 70 
. 410 


14. 
16. 


. 466 






500 


IX inch. 


W 2 inch. 
No. 4. .$2 85 




14 
16. 


... 335 
... 3.70 


15 .... 410 
16 ... 4.60 


15.. 
16 . 


. 4.55 
5.05 


16. 
17 


.. 665 


No 3. ..?2.05 




.. 665 


4.... 2.10 


5.... 2 90 


\% inch. 


16 


. .. 4 10 










5 ... 2 15 


6 ... 2 95 


No. 6 . $3 75 














6.... 2 20 


7. .. 3 00 
8 ... 305 
9... 3.45 


1 .... 3 80 
8... 3 85 
9... 3.90 














7.... 2 25 


2 inch. 




8... 265 










9... 3 00 


10.... 3 95 


10... 4 45 


No. 6. 


.$4 80 


2!<inch. 


2% inch. 


2% 


inch. 


10.... 3 25 


11... 4.45 


13.... 5 05 


7. 


... 4 8^ 


No. 8 . $6 85 


No. 9....J9.40 


No.O. 


..$11.60 


11.... 385 


12.... 500 


12. ... 5 70 


8. 


.. 4 90 


9 ... 6 90 


10... 9.50 


10. 


.. 1160 


12.... 4.35 


13.... 560 


13..,. 6 35 


9 


.. 4 95 


10 ... 6 90 


11... . 9.55 


11 


.1166 


13.... 485 


14 .. 625 


14.... 7.10 


10 


.. *00 


11... 7 00 


12... 9.60 


12. 


.. 11.70 


14... 5.35 


15.... 690 


15.... 7.90 


11. 


.. 565 


12 7 05 


13... 9.65 


13. 


.. 11.76 


15 ... 5.95 


16 ... 760 


16.... 865 


12. 


.. 640 


13... 7 90 


14... 9.70 


14. 


.. 1180 


16... 6 65 


17.... 835 


17.... 9 60 


13 


-.7 16 


14 ... 8.80 


15.... 10 75 


15. 


.. 1196 


17 ... 720 


18.... 9.15 


18. ...1045 


14. 


.. 7.95 


15... 980 


16. ...11.85 


16. 


.. 12.00 


18.... 7 85 


20. ...1085 


20... 12.40 


1ft. 


.. 8.80 


16 ...10 75 


17 ...13.00 


17. 


. 14.20 


20 ..935 


22... 12 65 


22.... 14 60 


16. 


.. 9 75 


17.... 11.90 


18 ...14.30 


18. 


..16 66 






24. ...1685 


17 


.10 70 


IS/... 13 00 


20. . . . 16.95 


20. 


.. 18.40 








18. 


..1170 


20.. ..16.40 


22... 19 85 


22. 


..•21.80 








20. 

22. 


..13.90 
.16 30 


22 ...18 05 
24 .. 2096 


24. .23.00 


24. 


2500 








3 inch. 


Z% incb. 
No. 10 .$15.85 




24. 


. 18.90 










No 10.... 113 70 






11.... 1376 


11... t 1690 
12 ... 15 95 


4 inch. 
No. 12. ..$1840 














12.... 1380 














13.... 13 85 


13... 16 00 


13.. 


. 18 60 


4>2 


nch. 


5 inch. 


6 inch. 






14.... 1390 


14 ... 1605 


14.. 


. 1880 


No. 14.. 


.$22 40 


No. 16.. .$25.60 


No. 16... $28. 20 






16 ... 1395 


15 ... 1610 


15 . 


. 1900 


15.. 


. 22.60 


17.... 26 90 


17 . . 31 00 






16.... 1400 


16.... 1620 


16.. 


19.20 


16.. 


. 22 80 


18.... 29 60 


18... 34 05 






17.... 1640 


17. .. 17.70 


17.. 


. 2035 


17.. 


. 2340 


20,... 35 50 


20. . . 40.80 






18... 16 «0 


18... 19.40 


18 . 


. 22.30 


18 . 


. 2575 


22 ... 40.70 


22... 46.80 






20 ... 1995 


20... 22.75 


20.. 


. 26 90 


20.. 


. 3090 


24.. . 47.60 


24... 64.75 






22. . . 23.40 


22.... 2690 


22.. 


. 30.80 


22.. 


3540 


26.... 53 80 


26 .. 61.90 






24.... 27.10 


24 ... 3120 


24.. 


. 36.00 


24.. 


. 41.40 


28 .. 62.60 


28... 72 95 






26.... 31.15 


26.... 35 80 


28.. 


. 4070 


26.. 


. 4R.80 


30 . . 72.15 


30.. 82:95 






28 ... 3585 


28... 41.20 


28.. 


. 47.35 


28.. 


5440 










30.... 41.18 


30. . . . 47.43 


30.. 


54.56 


30.. 


. 62 70 











The following varieties of Screws are invoiced from this List at varying Discounts. 
Screwfl. of Brass. Copper, Bronze or Phosphor Bronze, Bronzed or Lacquered. 



Flat, Round. Fillister ai.d Ova I HeAD 



■ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



237 



Drop-Forged Thumb Screw Blanks. 

All Sizes. 




Plain. Shoulder. 

PRICES PER 100. 



Length 
Under 
Head 



DIAMETER 



8 00 
8 25 
8 50 

8 75 

9 25 
9 75 

10 25 
10 75 




The above are drop-forged from soft steel. All 
sizes are regular and uniform, and both patterns 
sold from same list. Please state, when ordering, 
which one is desired. 



Drop-Forged Thumb Nut Blanks. 






..: i 


3 


4 


5 


6 




Size Bolt „ 


l ~ 


i 3 B 


% 


T*» 


H 




.. S3 00 


3 50 


4 03 


4 50 


5 00 









8 


9 


10 








Size Bolt 


A 


a 




12 00 


K 


Price per 100 


. K 00 


8 CO 


14 00 



Drop-Forged Machine Handles. 



Unfinished Only. 



v 1 Length of 1 Length 1 Diameter 
• Shank I Over All of Shank 


Price 

each 


00 K 


2 | * 


SO 04 


% 


2* 1 Ik 


05 


1 i 


m & 1 "6 


2 % 


s« 1 h m 


S , H 


3« | M 


10 


4 , 1 


*K \\ 


12 


I % 


b% 1 H » 


6 1 \K 


5* 1 H 16 



SPECIAL SCREWS. 

We are prepared to furnish special screws. 
Send sample or drawing, and we will quote 
prices on same. 



238 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SPRING COTTERS. 




All measurements are made under the eye. 
PRICE PER THOUSAND. 



WireGaugi 


: 13 


12 


11 | 10 


9 


8 


7 


6 | 5 


4 


1 










Diameter 


ft 


ft 


t 


ft 


ft 


« 


ft 


H 


tV 


\ 


ft 


1 


ft 


h 


ft 


Length J. 


3.75 


4.25 


4.75 


5.00 


5.50 


6.00 
















1 


Length £ . 


4.40 


4.90 


5.50 


5.80 


6.50 


7.20 


7.50 


8.00 
















Length 1 . 


5.00 


5.50 


6.25 


6.60 


7.50 


8.40 


8,80 


9.5012.00 


15.00 


20.50 








Length 1| 


5.60 


6.10 


7.00 


7.40 


8.50 


9.60 


10.10 


11.0013.5016.50 


22.75 






! 


Length H 


6.20 


6.70 


7.75 


8.20 


9.50 


10.80 


11.40 


1 2.50 1 1 5.00 ; 1 8.0o! 25.00j28.50 




1 


Length If 


6.80 


7.30 


8.50 


9.00 


10.50 


12.00 


12.70 


14.00 16.50'20.00j27.25 30.75 


39.00 




Length 2. . 


7.40 


7.90 


9.25 


10.00 


11.50 


13.20 


14.00 


15.50 18.00 22.00 29.50J33.50 43.50 


52.50 




Length 2J-. 






10.00 


11.00 


12.50 


14.40 


15.30 


17.00 19.50J24.00J31.75 36.00 47.25 


57.75 




Length 2$. 






10.75 


12.00 


13.50 


15.60 


16.80 


18.50 l21.00J26.25 34.0038.75 51.00 


63.00 




Length 2$. 














18.30 


20.50 l 23.50 l 28.0o|36.75|40.50 54.75 


68.00 




Length 3. . 














19.80 


22.50 


25.00 


30.00 


39.7543.2558.50 


73.50 


112.50 


Length 31-. 




















32.00 


42.7546.00 62.25 


78.75 


118.50 


Length 3 \ . 




















34.00 


45.0048.75 


66.00 


84.00 


124.50 


Length 3£. 




















36.50 


47.2551.75 


69.75 


89.25 


130.50 


Length 4. . 




















39.00 


49.50 


54.75 


73.50 


94.50 


136.50 


Length 5. . 
























38.50 


115.50 


160.50 


Length 6. ; 








1 














136.00 


184.50 



Box containing 100 Assorted Cotters suitable for Agricultural Implements Price, $2 00 

Our Spring Cotters are headed and pointed by special patented machinery, and highly finished. 

FLAT SPRING KEY. SPRING KEYS. 



No. 000 per 100, $0 50 

No. 00. . _ ._._. ._. -—- . per 100,- 55 

_No. V .-,perJ00,_ 60 

No. 1 -per 100, 65 

No. 1%... per 100, 68 

No. 2 per 100, 70 

No. 3 per 100, 75 

No. 4 per 100, 80 

FLAT RIVETED KEYS. 

1 




Width . 



Length, \% 



Length, 1% 
Length, \}£ 



Length, 2 



Length, 2% 



Length, 2 l / 2 



Length, 2^ 



L ength, 3 



Len gth, 'i% 



Length, 3 l / 2 : 



26 25 



We make to order for Plow Makers a special 
size < % x \% ), to be used in Clevis Pins. They 
are much superior to leather. 




K 2'——~** 

Over forty different sizes and patterns. 
j Prices Upon Application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



23$ 



Manufacturers' Standard List. 



Finished Case Hardened and Semifinished 

Hexagon 
Nuts. 





The thread and outside of each Finished Nut are made to an accurate 
gauge, and to the standard adopted by the U. S. Government. First-class in 
all respects. 

The Semi- Finished Nuts correspond with the Finished Nuts in all 
dimensions ; they are our rough Cold Punched U. S. Standard Nuts, tapped 
and faced true on the bottom. 



Bolt. 


3 

a 


ar 


?! 

Jo- 

«R O 


Finished 
Case- Harden- 
ed Nuts. 
Price per ioo. 


Finished 
Case-Harden- 
ed with Dou- 
ble Chamfer. 
Price per-ioo* 


Semi-Finish- 
ed Nuts. Bot- 
tom Faced. ' 
Price per ioo. 


Semi-Finish 
ed. with Dou- 
ble Chamfer, 
or Top & Bot- 
tom Finish, 
Price per ioo* 


% 


% 


X 


20 


$6.00 


§6.50 


$2.00 


$2.50 


ft 


■» 


ft 


18 


7.00 


7.50 


2.50 


2.75 


h 


H 


^8 


16 


8.00 


8.75 


3.25 


4.00 


ft 


\\ 


ft 


14 


9.00 


10.00 


3.75 


4.75 


Vz 


% 


J4 


13orl2 


10.00 


11.00 


4.00 


5.00 


ft 


H 


ft 


12 


12.00 


13.00 


5.00 


6.00 


H 


ift 


# 


11 


15.00 


16.50 


6.00 


7.50 


H 


ift 


11 

15 


11 


20.00 


22.00 


850 


10.50 


, * 


IX 


X 


10 


20.00 


22.00 


8.50 


10.50 


% 


1ft 


7 /8 


9 


25.00 


27.50 


11.00 


13.50 


1 


.I# 


1 


8 


35.00 


38.50 


15.00 


18 50 


1/8 


HI 


1^8 


/ 


45.00 


40.50 


20.00 


24 50 


1% 


2 


IX 


7 


60.00 


66 00 


27.00 


33 00 


\y% 


2& 


m 


6 


75.00 


82.00 


39.00 


46.50 


VA 


23/g 


Wz 


6 


95 00 


105.00 


55 . 00 


64.00 


IX 


2ft 


W 


5* 


125 00 


138.00 


72.00 


83.50 


d% 


SK 


i% 


^> 


155.00 


170.00 


105.00 


119.00 


m 


915 

-15 


i# 


5 


210.00 


230 00 


130 00 


148.00 


2 


3/g 


2 


4K 2 


27500 


300.00 


160.00 


182.00 


2X 


3y 2 


2* 


4/ 2 


500.00 


550 00 


235 . 00 


265.00 


W 


•m 


2K 


4 


850 00 


950.00 


375.00 


415 00 


*H 


4/ 2 


2# 


4 


1200.00 


1350 00 


500.00 


560.00 


3 


4>i 


3 


3'/i 


1800.00 


2000.00 


Too. 00 


900.00 



*ln lots of ioo and more, small lots at discretion. 

Finished Nuts, not Case-Hardened, at regular prices: Polished, not Case- 
Hardened. at 10 per cent, advance. 

Nuts Polished after Case-Hardemng, 30 per cent, additional. 
Case-Hardened Semi-Finished Nuts, 20 per cent, additional. 
Semi-Finished Square Nuts made to order. 
Check Nuts in limited numbers, at discretion ; in 100 lots at regular prices. 



•240 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SPRINGS 




Pop V alve S prings. 




OIL TEMPERED STEEL 

Extension & Compression Springs. 

EXTENSION SPRINGS. 




Send samples of just what you require, tell 
just how it works and we can surely 

give you satisfaction. 
All Sprincs Carlfully Tested. 

VALVE SPRINGS. 



mmmm 



Regular Loops. 
COMPRESSION SPRINGS 





Squared and Ground Ends 



Made of Steel Japanned, Brass or Bronze. 

Send sample of just what is wanted. 

TAPERED ENDS, SWIVEL EYE AND BOLT 3 




LENGTH OF SPRING 
LENGTH OVER ALL. 



LENGTH | 
OF THREAD i 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



241 



BLACKSMITHS 1 TOOLS. 




1260 
Square Punch. 

SLEDGE HAMMERS 



1270 
Round Punch. 




860— Western Pattern. 




1250 
Set Hammer. 




x>i?TnT?c / 5 lbs. and over 30 cents per pound 

fitl^^b : | 31bs> tQ 5 lbs 36 cents per pound 



820 
Straight Pein. 



242 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. 




1220— Bottom Fuller. 1220— Bottom Swage 




HOT CHISEL.— Price 42 cents per pound. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



243 




42 cents per pound. 



WROUGHT IRON LADLES. 

|% •• 2^ 3 &A 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 

Price per dozen $3 00 3 85 4 40 5 50 7 50 9 25 

^xtra Heavy IS 00 21 50 27 00 35 75 42 75 « 

MACHINISTS' HAMMMERS. 

Ball, Straight and Cross Pein. 




Number 00000 0:00 (XX) 00 1 9 

«' eight.. 4oz. 6oz. S oz. 12 oz. lib. llb4oz llbSoz 

Price Per Dozen $12 00 12 00 12 00 12 00 12 50 13 50 14 50 

Number 3 4 5 6 - 

Sg| ht n cVL OZ - U h £ 21bs.4oz.21bs.8oz. 21bs'.12oz. 8 lbs. 

* nce • $1* 50 16 50 17 50 19 00 20 50 22 00 

Full Polished List $3.00 Per Dozen higher than above. Weights do not Include handles 



A 



BLACKSMITHS' TONGS. 




Curved Lip* 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



245 



BLACKSMITHS' TOOLS. 




Straight Lip. 
PRICE PER DOZEN. 



I„eugth. inches . 14 16 13 

Straight I<ip $5 20 5 60 6 00 

Curved I<ip 7 50 8 50 50 

No. 1380— Double Pick-up . 40c. per lb. 

11 1381— Single Pick-up 40c, 

44 1382— Rivet 60c. 

" 1390— Gad 40c. • 

41 1391— Bolt JOc. 



20 


22 


24 


6 80 


7 60 


8 40 


L0 50 


12 00 


13 50 



26 28 30 

9 20 10 00 10 81 
15 00 17 00 19 10 

No. 1392— Round Jaw 40c. per lb 

" 1400— Angle Jaw 00c. 

" 1401— Band ... 60c. 
" 1402— Blacksmiths' Clip. SL.20 
1413— loathe Tool 60c. 



No. 1414— Pick 60 cents per lb, 



246 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 






CHISELS. 




Steel Cold Chisels, all lengths and thickness, 14 to K inch Per pound, $0 45 

% to 1 " " 35 




Steel Cape Chisels, all lengths and thicknesses Per Dozen, $4 00 




Steel, Half Round Nose Per Dozen, $4 00 



Steel, Round Nose Per Dozen, #4 00 




Steel, Diamond Nose Per Dozen, $4 (X) 

CROWBARS.— 10 to 40 pounds. 



Wedge Point. 



.12 cents per pound 



Pinch Point 12 cents per pound 

xtr • 1. o^ . r™ Heavy Quarry Bars with Wedge or Pinch Point. 

Weighs 30 to 500 pounds Pr i ce per pound, 25 cents. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



247 



CAST IRON SWAGE BLOCKS. 




Number 


Measures 
Inches. 


Weight 
Lbs. 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


3^x10x14 
3 7/ 8 xllxl5 
43 gx 11x15 
4 x 15x15 
434x18x18 
6 x24x24 


About 100 
M 125 
44 145 
M 165 
". 255 
" 625 



Price per lb., 




Shape of Nos. 1, 2 and 3. 



Shape of Nos. 4 and 5. 



B. S. CONES OR MANDRELS. 

CAST IRON. 




Price per lb. 



248 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE SAMSON ANVIL. 




This Anvil combines an unusually haucisome design with great strength and a very 6ue temper and finish 

The face is crucible steel much heavier than generally used The horn has a solid point and a facing 
of tough, unlempered steel, with a long, heavy shank welded underneath to the steel facing 

These facmgs are very thick and heavy, and give strength to the anvil and durability to the parts in 
general use. Owiuk to a' peculiar process and skill in welding the heavy facings to cast irou, we are able to 
produce an anvil winch will successfully stand the most severe use 

The temper is of the very best character The face is true and highly polished The finish is superior 
Every anvil is guaranteed 

PRICES 



W 



sight of Anvil.. Pounds 10 
ce Each 4.50 



night of Auvil Pounds 1 
ce Each 24 00 



175 
26 35 



30 



200 
30 00 



40 50 



225 250 

33 75 37 50 



275 

41.25 



70 I 
10.5012.00 



300 325 
45.00 48 75 



90 
13.50 

350* 
52.50 



100 
15.00 



375 
56.25 



110 
16.50 

400 
60,00 



120 

18.00 



425 
63.75 



450 
67.50 



140 150 



475 
71.25 



STEEL SCREW PUNCH. 




No. 00, punches , 6 S in. hole in % in. iron, 

\)4 in from edge of sheet ,^<r, $20 00 

No 0, punches ,',; in. hole in % in. iron, 1}^ 

in. (rom edge of sheet , ... .,. 24.90 

No. 1. punches % in. hole in ^ in. iron. \% 

m. 1 1 rom edge of • sheet .-..» .. ..««.«*..• 30 00 
No 2. punches % to % in hole in %. in.iron 

2 in. from edge of sheet ....,,«=.?»... 40 00 
No 3. punches % in. hole in % in. iron, 2% 

in from edge of sheet ..60 00 

No 4. punches % in. hole in % in. iron. 3>£ 

•in from edge of sheet,. ., ,. 80 00 

No 5. punches % in hole in % in. iron, 4 

in from edge of sheet ....,„...>. -90 00 
No (i punches 1 in hole in 1 in iron, 4 in 

from edge of sheet ... .«,, . ...100 00 

One Punch and Die furnished. Extra Punches 
and Dies per pair: Nos. 00 and 0, *3 00 Nos. 1 
and 2, $4 00 No. 3. $5 00. Nos. 4, 5 and 0. $6 00 




Turner Boiler Sere'* Punch. 

Having a 2 inch Screw, three 
Punches and Dies lo punch 
holes for 3^ inch, % inch and % 
inch iron, and each Punch is 
furnished with a Wrought Iron 
Lever 

Price „--.., $30 00 

<■ " "xlra largX ,.«.*. 35 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LATHE DOGS. 




249 




HEAVY STEEL DOG. 



PRICK UIST. 



. I ... 

\% 

1% -. 

1^-- 

w % ............ 






♦2«* .. 



AX. 

5 

5H 



Small set o 
Get of twel 
Full set of 



f eight, consisting of Nos. I, 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11 and 12...,* t ........... .. r.. . . ', 6 28 

*e, consisting of Nos. 1, 2. 4,6, 8. 10 1 I, 12, 14. 15. 16 and 17 •-—»«•.„ ■— 13 20 

ineteen,., » c .. ....«,.. .o ......_ 23 60 



STEEL fstraight Taij) LATHE DOG. 



PRICE LIST. 



M ™ 95 

"Vnatl set of 9 (Nos. I to 9 inclusive) . 
t v.:i set of 20 «. ^w^...-^ 



•<1 10 
I 20 



2^^ 



.....3^ 1 80 

_,.. 4 ,.,.. 2 10 

. . $7 80 Set of 14 ( Nos. 1 to 14 inclusive) . 



.5*.. 



LIGHT STEEL DOG. 

Wet 
WITH HARDENED STEEL SCREWS TURNED IN LATHE. 





neb* 


Price, j 


No. 


Sire 


Prloe. 


B 


.35 


7 


»* 


1.00 


i 


.35 


8 


2 


1.10 


.50 


9 


*% 


1.40 


i 


tto 


10 


8 


1 50 


im 


.75 ! 


11 


*H 


1.70 


iH 


.85 


12 


4 


1.90 



250 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




No.16 Weight 2 



9 50 I • 18 

tO 00 I -16 

10 50 •• ie 

It 00 I 

Adze Eye Coal Picks,. 

No. 15 Same List as No 16 

Anthracite Coal Picks. 

No 17 Same List as No 16 

Alton Pattern Coal Picks. 

No. 53 Long Ear pattern, 50c per doz additional on 

List of No. 16. 

Special Coal Picks uf un> desired patu-rn made to order from 

templet or drawing 

Stone Picks. 

No>18 6to71bs per doz $16 50 

•■ 18 7 •• 8 • " 17 5 ° 

• 18 50 

HAZEL HOES. 

No. 69 Hazel Hoes, prdz. 814 00 

PLOW ANVILS 

iH No. 70 Solid Steel, net per lb 
SOLID CAST STEEL SLEDGES. 




No. 34 Smiths' Sledges SO 30 $0 36 $0 45 

- 35 Stone 30 36 45 

•• 38 Striking - ... 30 36 45 

•' 37 Coal '• 30 36 45 

SOLID CAST STEEL HAMMERS. 




$0 36 $0 40 *0 45 



43 Hand Drilling Hammers 
'45 Nappmg 

39 Mason 

42 Smiths' Hand 

44 Drilling or Strik'g - 

40 Single Face Spall'g" • 

4 1 Douole • - . 



Solid Cast Steel Mauls, Steel Wedges, Etc. 



feHMh ^9 50 52 51 




•• 49 Ship or Top Maul, all sizes 

46 Wood Choppers' Maul, straight cut 

• 38 Stone or Granite Axe, all sizes . . . 

• 67 Octagon Pattern, Turning Sledge . 
Steel- Faced, iusiead of Solid Cast Steel hammers, and siedges mad 

iu auy desired paueru 10 ordci 
STANDARD RAILROAD TRACK TOOLS. 




47 Steel Spike Maul. $ 


30 


61 Steel Rail Fork, $ 


20 


48 


Track Chisel 


25 


62 • 


Rail Tongs .20 


57 


Sledge, dbl. faced 


30 


63 • 


Crow Bar, 


58 • 


Track Punch, 






wedge point, 8 




round point 


25 


64 


Crow Bar, 


59 " 


Track Punch, 






pinch point, 8 




square point 


25 


65 • 


Tamping Bar, 10 


60 " 


Track' Wrench, 


14 


66 - 


Claw Bar, . 12 


s « • 


ij,* 






f#^-_ 










°* w J 


■a i l IVi 




~~~" 4 


i 






£*•£»- 1 


t-: 




fi 




M° S 


a S -I s 1 


M: : ., 









I s ?.; 



Pat.Dec.6*l887 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



251 




Each. 



SOLID BOX VISES. 



Each 
Jaw. S12 00 
11 OO 
10 00 

10 50 

11 OO 

11 50 

12 00 

13 OO 

14 00 

15 OO 

16 00 

17 50 

18 50 

20 00 

21 OO 

22 00 

23 00 
Each 



No.l 10 Q\ m.Jaw,824 00 No. 145 7 in. Jaw $35 00 



115 6vi 
120 6<* 
125 6!i 
130 6i; 

135 e^ 

140 7 

Diam. of 



25 00 

26 00 

27 50 
29 00 
31 50 
33 00 ! 



150 7 
160 IK 
170 7>r 
180 8 
190 8 
200 8 



Boxes and Screws. 

No.l l; 3 in. for Vises from No. 30 to No. 50 
•• 2 W. - 

85 
125 
195 
250 



3 XV. 

4 \y, 



75 

90 



36 00 

41 50 

44 50 

47 OO 

53 00 

56 00 

Each 
$ 3 50 
4 OO 
4 50 
6 50 
9 50 
1 1 OO 



130 
••7 2 - 200 

HORSE SHOERS' VISES. 

No. 60 6inchJaw S18 00 

•• 65 6 • 19 50 

70 6 ' 21 OO 

MATTOCKS. 




Mo. 2 A.dze 


Eye, Long- Cutter. 6 lbs.,perdoz 


S 1 7 00 




3 


Short • 5\j • 


16 50 




2 


Long- " Light 


16 00 




3 


Short 


16 00 




4 Hum Eye. Long- ' 6 lbs 


17 00 




5 


Short 5-S 


16 50 




6 Adze Eye. Pick Mattocks 


17 00 


• 7 Hunt 


ACCOMAC HOES 


1 7 OO 




6 in 6': m 




Heavy 


per doz 518 OO 19 00 


20 OO 


Light 


14 50 15 OO 


16 00 






COOPER FROES 





Per rto?. Per do2 

No. 10 8 inches. S13 OO ! No. 10 -14 inches. $ 14 50 
• lO 10 13 50 ! • 10 16 • 15 00 

- 10 12 - 14 00 ! 




Railroad or Clay Picks. 

No. 1 l Adze Eye, 4 to 5 lbs per doz. SI 1 50 

• 12 50 

- 13 50 

•• 14 50 

....... " 16 50 

" 18 50 

" 11 50 

12 50 

'• 13 50 

" 14 50 

Straight Weights. 

4 1b. 5 1b. 6 1b. 7 1b. 8 1b. 9 1b. lO lb. 
SI 1.50 12.00 13.00 14.00 15. 5.0 17.50 19.50 
Ore Picks. 
Regular point and chisel ends, or double pointed when orflered. 

Extra quantity aud quality of steel when cdered. i 
No. 54 Adze Eye, 5 to 6 lbs per doz. S 12 50 



1 2 Hunt Eye. 4 ' 
12 • 5' 

12 " 6 • 

12 



55 



18 


50 


19 


■oo 


20 


00 


21 


CO 


22 


00 


23 


00 



Steel Lake Superior Mining Picks. 

No. 56 Special Price and Quality 

Tamping- Picks. 

No. 14 Adze Eye, 6 to 7 lbs per doz S18 00 

19 00 



13 Hunt Eye, 6 



20 00 

18 OO 

19 00 

20 OO 



Straight Weights. . 



7 lb 8 lb 9 lb 

18. 50 19.50 21.00 
Adze Eye Miners' Picks. 

lurface.Ko.1,-4- lbs. $14 CO 20 Duft'g No.3 4inbs.$15 00 



19 - 2.4H 


15 00 20 


4,5 • 


1600 


19 '• 3.5 


16 00 20 


5.6 • 


J 7 50 


19 • - 4.5^ 


17 00 21 Poll ' 


1, 3'r • 


15 00 


19 ■■ • 5.6 


1600 2 1 


2,4 ' 


16 00 


19 • 6.6' 


■ 19 00 21 


3,4': • 


17 00 


19 • ■ 7,7 


20 OO 21 


4,5 ' 


18 50 


20 Drifting.- 1 , 3 


12 50 21 


5,6 ' 


20 OO 


20 - -2,4 


14 00 21 •' * 
Mill Picks. 


6,6-V • 


CM 50 


No. 22 Mill Picks, 


Cast Steel, 2 to 3 lbs., r' dz 


$22 00 






252 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Adjustable Screw Clamp. 



ALL MALLEABLE IRON. 




Cut one-quarter size of 5-inch clamp. 
JAPANNED. 

These can be instantly set to any position required, without 
moving the thumb-screw— a great saving of time and labor. The 
teeth of the rack are pitched so as to prevent any slip. All, have 
the size of opening on the bar, which is quite a help to the user. 
We make a much larger line than has been offered heretofore 



Price, per dozen, opening 4 iui-li, 



" 5 


a 


6 


a 


" 8 


ti 


< : 10 


u 


u 12 


it 



§5.00 
6.00 
6.50 
7.25 
9.00 

13.50 



PACKED, 4., 5, 6 AND 8 INCH, ONE-HALF DOZEN IN BOX. 
10 AND 12 INCH, ONE-THIRD DOZEN IN BOX. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



253 



THE YALE & TOWNE DIFFERENTIAL 
BLOCKS. 

The only Differential Blocks made under direct license 
from the inventor and patentee Thos. A. Weston. 

Special irons are used in the sheaves and chains and the 
latter are gauged by a patented process which raises the 
elastic limit of the chains and insures accuracy in the pitch 
of the links. 









Extra Hoist, 


Net 


Capacity in 
Tons. 


Price 


Hoist in 


Price 


Weight in 


Complete. 


Feet. 


per Foot.* 


Pounds. 


% 


S18.00 


5 


$2.80 


11 


H 


18.00 


6 


2.80 


22 


H 


21.00 


1 


2.80 


30 


l 


28.00 


8 


3.00 


51 


\% 


36 00 


%H 


3.20 


81 


2 


45 00 


9 


3.40 


122 


3 


60 . 00 


9M 


4.00 


180 



*Each additional loot of hoist requires 4 feet of additional chain. 



Differential. 



THE YALE & TOWNE DUPLEX 
BLOCKS. 

Screw Gear. Patented. 



For all around use these are compact, powerful and con- 
venient. Durability and safety are combined with lightness, 
making- these blocks the easiest of all to handle. 



Capacity in 


Price 


Hoist in 


Extra Hoist, 


Net 


Tons. 


Complete. 


Feet. 


Price 
per Foot. 


Weight in 
Pounds. J 


% 


$25 00 


8 


$1.25 


43 


1 


30.00 


8 


1 30 


57 


IK 


40.00 


8 


1.35 


76 


2 


50 00 


9 


1.40 


104 


3 


70.00 


10 


1.50 


200 


VA 


80.00 


10 


1 90 


210 


4 


95.00 


10 


1 95 


225 


5 


125.00 


12 


2.00 


340 


6 


150.00 


12 


2.80 


360 




175.00 


12 


3.00 


370 


8 


200.00 


12 


3.10 


390 


10 


250.00 


12 


3.20 


570 



Duplex. 






254 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE YALE & TOWNE TRIPLEX BLOCKS. 

SPUR GEARED. 

Where the use is frequent, these blocks are displacing all others as 
they save half the time and half the labor \ the resulting economy soon re- 
paying their cost. This is due to their high "mechanical efficiency," 
which avoids the large waste of powerby friction in other types of blocks. 




Capacity 

in 

Tons. 


Price L omplete. 


Hoist in 
Feet. 

8 


Extra 

Hoist, 

Price per 

Foot. 

$0.90 


Net 
Weight 

in 
Pounds. 


Single 
Upper Hook 

$35.00 


Double 
Upper Hook 


X 




51 


1 


45.00 




8 


.95 


. 89 


IK 


60.00 




8 


1.00 


133 


2 


70.00 




9 


1.05 


203 


3 


90.00 


$80.00 


10 


1.50 


206 


4 


110.00 


95.00 


10 


1.60 


307 


5 


140.00 


120.00 


12 


2 15 


397 


6 


165.00 


145.00 


12 


2.15 


417 


8 


200.00 


175.00 


12 


2.70 


505 


10 


240.00 


215.00 


12 


3.25 


622 


12 


300.00 


265.00* 


12 


4.30 


800 


16 


360.00 


300.00* 


12 


5.40 


1000 


20 


425.00 


350.00* 


12 


6.50 


1150 



Triplt 



♦Treble Upper Hook. 
The newest and best equipped shops are now using Triplex Blocks 
extensively because of their great economy in time and labor. 



Sizes 3 to 20 Tons have Lower Block. 

Quick Speed : A special gearing is made for }i and 1 ton sizes. This 
handles lignt loads at double speed, but requires double the chain pull. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



255 




THE IMPROVED HARRINGTON HOISTS. 

Prices of Hoists. 



Weight 
of Machine 


Lift 


To Raise 


Price 


Extra Lift 
Per Foot 


35 lbs. 


8 ft. 


500 lbs. 


122.50; 


$1.00 


52 " 


8" 


1,000 M 


25.00 


1.20 


65 " 


8 " 


2,00) " 


30.00 


1.50 


76 " 


8 " 


3,000 lt 


40.00 


1.7a 


140 " 


9 M 


4,000 " 


50,00 


2.00 


226 " 


10 " 


6,000 " 


75.00 


2.20 


258 " 


10 " 


8,000 " 


95.00 


2,40 


625 " 


12" 


10,000 " 


140.00 


3.00 


750 H 


12" 


12,000 " 


180.00 


3.75 


875 !■ 


12 " 


16,000 " 


210,00 


4.00 


925 " 


12" 


20,000 " 


275.00 


4.25 



Shortest Distance Between Hooks of 



500-lb. Hoist is U% inches. 


8,000-lb. Hoist is 31 


1,000" " 16 


10,000 " " r9 


2,000" " 17 


12,000 " " 39 


3,00(» " " 20 " 


16,000 " " 40 


4,000" " 22 


20,000 " " 61 


6,000 " " 28 





inches. 



KEYSTONE SPUR-GEARED HOIST. 



To meet the demand for a quick lift hoist we are putting on the 
market a hoist of tha spur gear type, having a very high efficiency. 
It holds the load at any point, and is equipped with two load 
chains in the same manner as the screw hoist. We consider this 
the best hoist in the market. It will raise a given load twice as 
fast as the screw hoist. 

We are offering the following sizes : 



To Lift. 


Capacity. 


Price 


Extra Lift 
Per Foot. 


8 ft. 


1,000 lbs. 


$35.00 


SI .20 


8 " 


2,000 " 


45.00 


1.50 


8 " 


3,000 " 


60.00 


1.75 


9 " 


4,000 " 


70.00 


2.00 


10 " 


6,0'>0 " 


90.00 


2.20 


10 " 


8,000 " 


110.00 


2.40 


12 " 


10,000 " 


140.00 


3.00 




256 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




HELICAL PULLEY BLOCK. 



With lubricated Counter Weight. 



The height of Lift should be stated when 
ordering. 

For No. 1, the length of Chain required is 
about four times the height of Lift ; for No. 2, 
six times; and for No. 3, eight times. 

This includes the Hand Chain. 
Jl®^ Weights, measurements and powers 
must be taken as approximate. 

Illustrations are given as a general guide and 
are not binding as to detail. 

We reserve the right to alter anything in this 





t List without notice. 






) ] 


[ HELICAL SCREW HOIST 


LIST. 








Extra Iyift 




U I4ft. Tested to 


Price 


Per Foot. 


I < 


) 8 feet. i ton. 


$22 50 


$1 00 


I ' 


) 8 < 


2 


25 00 


1 20 


I < 


> 8 ' 


1 " 


30 00 


1 50 


1 « 


> 8 < 


ij " 


40 00 


1 75 


I ( 


> 9 < 


2 " 


50 00 


2 00 


1 ( 


} 10 < 


3 " 


75 00 


2 20 


10 < 


4 " 


95 00 


2 40 




12 ' 


5 " 


140 00 


3 00 




12 < 


6 " 


180 00 


3 75 




12 ' 


8 " 


260 00 


4 75 




12 ' 


10 ■ ■" 


340 00 


6 00 




12 ' 


12 "" 


420 CO 


7 00 




* 12 < 


15 " 


500 00 


8 00 




14 ' 


20 " 


800 00 


13 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



257 



SINGLE GEAR DRAY WINCH. 

Capacity 2 Tons (30 00 




DOUBLE GEAR DRAY WINCH. 

Capacity 4 Tons $45 00 




258 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



INCLINED WINCH. 




Single geared, as per cut, with pawl stop- 

Couble Geared, with pawl stop 

Hand Brake for either, extra.... 



.$40 00 
. 56 00 
. 6 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



259 



HOISTING CRABS OR WINCHES. 




Single Purchase Crab. 



With 
Brake. 

$27 00 
30 00 
35 00 



Single purchase. 

Without 
Brake. No. 

$22 50 4 

25 00 5 

29 00 6 



With 
Brake. 

$40 00 

52 00 
G2 00 



Without 
Brake. 

$35 00 
44 00 
53 00 



Crabs having screw brakes, add 5 per cent, to above list prices. 

We can furnish concave drums, if desired, also other drums of special 
design upou application. 



260 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON HOISTING CRABS. 



FOR MANILLA ROPE, WIRE ROPE OR CHAIN. 




Double Purchase Crab. 

Single Purchase and Double Purchase, with cast-iron or wrought-iron sides. 

Pawl stop to all. 

Crank Shaft can be thrown out of gear when lowering with brake so 
that the handles will remain stationary. 

Will lift one-fifth of the capacity direct from the barrel. 

Capacities based upon using 2 and 3 Sheave Rope Blocks in connec- 
tion with Crab. 









DOUBLE 


Purchase. 










With 


Without 






With 


Without 


No. 


Ton. 


Brake. 


Brake. 


No. 


Ton. 


Brake. 


Brake. 


10 


4 


$40 00 


$35 00 


14 


12 


$82 00 


$73 00 


11 


5 


46 00 


40 00 


15 


15 


104 00 


94 00 


12 


6 


59 00 


50 00 


16 


18 


132 00 


118 00 


13 


9 


69 00 


60 00 


17 


24 


180 00 


160 00 



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261 



PRICE LIST 

OF 

LOCOMOTIVE JACK SCREWS. 




Diameter of 


Height of 


Price. 


Diameter of 


Height of 


Price. 


Screw. 


Stand. 


Screw. 


Stand. 


\V A in. 


4 in. 


3 2.90 


2 in. 


24 in. 


815.ro 


1 L 4 " 


6 " 


3.10 


2% •; 


6 " 


7.00 


1* " 


8 " 


3.40 


2% " 


8 " 


7-50 


VA " 


10 " 


3.80 


2 i i ;; 

2% " 


10 " 


8 2"7 


12 M 


4.20 


12 M 


9.00 


1H M 


14 M 


4.60 


2*4 M 


14 " 


10 0> 


1H " 


4 " 


3.25 


2* *; 


16 " 


11.00 


1H M 


5 " 


3.50 


2V 4 " 


18 " 


12.110 


l^ 2 " 


6 u 


3.75 


2 l 4 " 


20 44 


13 25 


1^ M 


8 " 


4.25 


2* " 


22 44 


14.50 


iv^ « 


10 " 


4.75 


2# " 


24 " 


15.75 


W " 


12 44 


5.25 


2H M 


6 il 


7 75 


1^ 44 


14 " 


8.00 


2V| " 


nv 


80) 


]*| " 


16 " 


6.75 


2v| " 


8 '• 


8.75 


IV " 


6 / 


4.50 


2% ' 


10 M 


9.75 


1*4 M 


8 4 ' 


5.0J 


2H 4< 


12 " 


10.75 




10 " 


5.75 


2V<, •« 


14 " 


12.00 


12 " 


6.25 


2* ■■ 


1* " 


13 25 




14 44 


6.75 ; 


2V 2 " 


18 " 


14.50 


16 " 


7 50 


2*| " 


20 " 


15 75 


1 ? 4 " 


18 <4 


8.50 


2H " 


22 " 


17 0) 


2 


5 M 


5.00 


2k, " 
2^ " 


24 " 


18.2* 


•7 


6 " 


5.25 


28 " 


22.00 


2 


8 ll 


6 00 


2*^ 2 " 


32 " 


26. U0 


2 


10 " 


6.75 


3 


14 " 


19.50 


2 


12 " 


7 50 


3 


16 «■ 


20.75 


2 


14 " 


8.25 


3 


18 " 


22 JO 


2 


16 " 


9.25 


3 


20 " 


23.2-5 


2 


18 " 


10.25 


3 


22 4< 


24.50 


2 


20 44 


11.50 


3 


24 " 


25. 7"> 


2 


22 " 


12.50 ; 


3 


3J " 


30.00 



For Height over all add 
Capacity. to Height of stand. 

1% inch Screws 10 Tone 2% inches. 



1H 

1*4 

2 

2H 

2H 

3 



.12 
.16 
.20 
.24 
.28 
.36 



..2V 2 
.2% 

. 3% 

. 3 3 4 
.4 

..4H 



Lerer« will be sent only when ordered, and will be charged extra. 



262 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CAR BOX JACK SCREWS. 

PRICE LIST. 




Diameter of 
Screw. 


Height of pr|ce 
Stand. ™ ce - 


Diameter of Height of 
Screw. Stand. 


Price. 


V/ 2 m. 


5ii 


l. $4.00 


2 in. 12 in. 


$ 8.00 


1K-" 


6 4 


4 25 


2 ■ 


14 " 


8-75 


l l A A ' 


8 ' 


4.75 


2*4 ' 

2*| « 

2 l > 


8 '■ 


800 


m " 


1J 4 


5.25 


10 " 


8.75 




12 « 


5.75 


12 4 V 


9.50 


6 ' 


5.00 " 


14 '* 


10 50 




8 « 


5.50 


2^' 


16 " 


11.50 


10 ' 


6 25 


2^ ' 


6V£" 


8.50 


l?4 " 


12 » 


675 


2K' 


8 44 


9.25 


2 M 


5 * 


550 


2V 2 4 


10 n 


10-25 


2 " 


6 4 


5 75 


2% 4 
2%' 


12 44 


11. 25 


2 " 


8 4 


6 50 


14 " 


12-50 


2 " 


10 ■ 


7 25 


2 1 ^ 4 


16 44 . 


13.75 




W<i inch screws. 

t :: :: . 

2V4 4< " . 
2*4 " " • 



For Height over all add 
Capacity. to Height of stand 

12 Tons 3 inches. 

.16 44 V-A "• 

.20 " 4 

.24 ' 4 4% " 

.28 44 i% 4< 



WAGON JACK SCREWS. 

These Jacks are made with wrought iron screws and cast iron stands 



Diameter of 
Screw. 



Height of 
Stand. 



Capacity. 



Price. 



1% inches. 


12 inches. 


12 Tons. 


$5.25 


\% " 


14 M 


12 44 


6.00 


VA " 


16 " 


12 " 


6-75 


1% " 


14 


16 " 


6.75 


i4 h 


16 44 


16 44 


7 50 



CAST IRON JACK SCREWS. 

These Screws are cast with seamless threads which make them very 
smooth and uniform. 



Diameter of 


Height 


Price. 


Diameter of 


Height 


Price. 


Screw. 


Over All. 


Screw. 


Over All. 


3 in. 


20 in. 


$3.50 


3 in. 


30 in. 


S4.75 


3 4 * 


22 44 


375 


3 4< 


32 4< 


5 00 


3 44 


24 " 


4 00 


3 44 


34 44 


6 25 


3 44 


26 M 


4 25 


3 44 


36 " 


550 


3 44 


28 4< 


4.50 









CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



263 




No. 8, LOCOMOTIVE JACK. 

Height, 12 inches. 

Weight, 27 lbs. 

Capacity, 20 tons. 

Gun Metal Nut. 

Steel Screw, 2 inches in diameter. 

Rachet Box, Head and Stand of malleable iron. 

Price $20.00 



^JjflfB 



No. 9, COACH JACK. 



Height, 31 inches. 
Rise, 21 inches. 
Weight, 100 lbs. 
Capacity, 30 tons, 
tji-un Metal Nut, 4 inches deep. 
Steel Screw, 1V 2 inches in diameter. 

Close 1 Rachet, Head and Stand made of 1he best Air Fur- 
nace Malleable Iron. 



THE BEST COACH SCREW EVER OFFERED 
TO THE TRADE. 



Price . 



.$60.00 



Voluntary testimonials from leading railroad men state 
that after years of use there is no preceptible wear. 

Results Speak for Themselves. 



264 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



No. I JACK. 

The height of this Jack is 16 inches, the run of the bar 
being 10 inches. Bar 1% x 1%. 

Weight of Jack, 32 lbs. 

Capacity ,4,000 lbs. 

Foot-litt, 2,000 lbs. 

It is used for Threshing Machines, Portable Engines, etc. 

With the f xtra bottom No. 56, and head No. 57, it is intend- 
ed for heavy wagons such as oil tank wagons, etc. 

Price $10.00 

EASY TO HANDLE. MADE OF THE BEST MATERIAL. 
Hardened Steel Bushings and Pins Used. 




No 3, 
GENERAL PURPOSE JACK. 

The height of this Jack is 19 inches; 
the raise or the bar being 11 inches. 
Size of Bar, 1% x \%. 
Weight of the Jack, 60 lbs.; with a capacity of 8 tons, with 
foot-lift. 

It is used for track work also. 

The Ratchet Bar is reinforced the full length bya%-inch 
wrought iron bolt to which the head is screwed, this gives the 
bar more rigidity and streng h. 

Each Jack has two small handles, one on each side. 

Price 116.00 

Hardened Steel Bushings and Pins Used. 



No. 15 JACK. 

ENTIRELY SAFE. 
Will not slip under load. 





The height of this Jack is 28 inches; the 
rise of bar is 15 inches, size 2 x 2% inches. 

Weight of Jack, 115 lbs. 

Capacity, 15 tons. 

It is a car and heavy yard Jack. 

Starting to lift the load with the lever at 
an angle of 30 degrees. 

The R ichet Bar is reinforced the full length 
by a 1-inch wonght iron bolt to which the head 
is screwed, this gives the bars more r gidity 
and strength. i 

One small handle on each side. 



Price $35.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



265 




No. 20, 
DROP TRACK JACK. 



Capacity, 10 tons. 

Rise, 11>2 inches. 

Weight, 50 lbs. 

Size of Bar, 1%, x 1% inches. 

Size of Base, 7 x 12 inches. 

Price $20.00 



No. 17, JOURNAL OR AXLE BOX JACK. 



The Rachet Bar is reinforced the full length by a %-inch wrought iron bolt to which 
the head is screwed, this gives the bar more rigidity and strength. 



Size of Bar, \% x 1% 
inches. 

Height of Jack, ll^in. 

The Rise of the Bar 
being 5 inches. 

Weight of Jack, 48 lbs. 

Capacity, 6 tons. 

It is used for Truck or 
Axle Box Jack. 

Price S16.00 




266 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



HYDRAULIC PRESS. 

No. 2. 




This Press has a capacity of 50 tons pressure. It is intended for pressing boxes into 
hubs, and for pressing on hub bands for farm and freight wagons, and other purposes 
where great pressure is required. 

The pump is made of brass, the balance of cast and wrought iron. 

Diameter of ram plunger, 8 inches. 

Diameter of pump plunger, from 1 to V/i inches. 

It will raise six inches. Weight, about 600 pounds. 

It can be operated by hand or power. 

Full directions are furnished with each machine. 



Price, boxed. 



.$110.00. 



__ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



267 



STUBS' STEEL WIRE GAUGE. 



Numbers by 
Gauge. 


Length. 


Price 
per Dozen. 


Price 
Each 


Numbers by 
Gauge. 


Length. 


Price 
per Dozen. 


Price 
Each 


1 to 5 


4 


$2 35 


$0 22 


31 to 35 


2 5 s 


si 40 


$0 14 


6 to 10 


3U 


2 25 


21 


36 to 40 


2 tV 


1 25 


12 


11 to 15 


sy 2 


2 10 


20 


4 1 to 45 


21 4 


1 10 


10 


16 to 20 


314 


1 95 


19 


46 to 60 


2 T V tO 13 4 


95 


09 


21 to 25 


3 r V 


1 75 


17 


61 to 70 


1% 


90 


08 


26 to 30 


2}! 


1 55 


15 - 


71 to SO 


1,\ ^ 3 4 


1 00 


09 




Jobbers and 






Machinists' 


Sets 








i 


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gS 




S 


B-S 


1 


« o 


i 


'5 


►4 


Pi 


P* 


P 


QO 


hT 


Oh ^ 


£ 


A 


2 54 


$100 


80 09 


A || inch. 


.234 


3 


._3 


$2 90 


$0 26 


*v 


2^ 


110 


10 


B 


.236 


3 


_3 


3 00 


27 


A 


2-', 


120 


11 


C 


.242 


3 


r 


3 10 


28 


% 


2-s 


130 


12 


D 


.246 


3 


_8 


3 20 


29 


3 


145 


13 


E X inch. 


.250 


3 


.o 


3 30 


30 


^ 


3's 


160 


15 


F 


.2o7 


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3 40 


30 


u 


3 l 4 


180 


16 


G 


.261 


4 V 


3 50 


31 


3-: s 


2 00 


18 


H § J inch. 


.266 


4' 4 


3 60 


32 


A 


:v, 


2 20 


20 


I 


.272 


4 1 , 


3 70 


33 


H 


SH 


2 40 


21 


J 


.277 


4 ! 4 


3 80 


34 


s's 


33 4 


2 65 


23 


K 5 9 , inch. 


.281 


4', 


3 90 


35 


!i 


3 V „ 


2 90 


26 


L 


.290 


4' 4 


4 00 


36 


4 


315 


28 


M || inch. 


.295 


4 1 , 


4 10 


36 


1 7 


4 1 * 


3 40 


30 


N 


.302 


4 '4 


4 20 


37 


3 ' 


4' 4 


3 65 


32 


Offcinch. 


.316 


4 1 , 


4 30 


38 


1 9 


4-' s 


3 90 


So 


-P II inch. 


.323 


4-\ 


4 40 


39 


TT 


4', 


4 20 


37 


Q 


.332 


4- ; , 


4 60 


40 


2 1 
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4-\s 


4 50 


40 


R Hindi. 


.339 


4-1, 


4 80 


42 


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42 


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.348 


4<\, 


5 00 


44 




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510 


45 


T0inch. 


.358 


4^^ 


5 20 


45 





5 40 


18 


U 


.368 


5 


5 40 


47 


25 

6-T 


■''s 


5 70 


5o 


V 3 t inch. 


.377 


5 


5 60 


49 


V- 


•p, 


600 


53 


Wf finch. 


.386 


5's 


5 80 


51 


ft 


o-'s 


6-10 


55 


X 


.397 


oV 


6 00 


53 


A 


5', 


6 80 


59 


V i£ inch. 


.404 


Oil 


6 40 


55 


ilf 


5-\, 


7 20 


b£ 


Z 


.413 53/ 8 


6 80 


59 




=>;' 


7 50 
775 


65 








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67 


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6 


8 00 


70 


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INCREASE TWIST DRILLS. 



With No 


102 


Morse 


T...ve: 


, or Xo. 


103 Ame 


rican Taper, or 


Xo. 104 Straight Shanks. 






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580 







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85 
90 
95 

100 
110 
120 
130 

140 
150 


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. sizes furnished at the price of the next 



268 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STRAIGHT SHANK MACHINE BITS. 

For Wood. 



Length, 


Price 


Diam 


Length, 


Price 


Inches 


each 




Inches 


each 


3 


$0 20 


17 


6^ 


$0 95 


3X 


25 


TiT 


6^ 


1 00 


sy 7 


SO 


H 


6^ 


1 15 


ZU 


35 


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4 


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8 


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4K 


50 


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r 55 


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9 


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5 


65 


l 


9K 


3 00 


f>% 


70 


iiV 


ii m: 


3 60 


5y 2 


75 


1# 


n# 


4 00 


h% 


80 


lr 3 . 


12 


4 40 


6 


85 


IX 


12# 


4 80 



BIT STOCK DRILLS. 

For Metal or Wood. 







No. 


109. 








Diam- 


Price- 


Price 


Diam- 


Price 


Price 


eter 


per"doz. 


each 


eter 


per doz. 


each 


ft 


81 50 


SO 14 j 


h 


8 8 80 


80 75 


& 


1 65 


16 ! 


u 


9 60 


82 


s 


2 10 


20 ; 


li 


10 30 


87 


£ 


2 60 


24 


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11 00 






3 10 


29 


A 




1 20 


a 


3 60 


33 i 


^8 






1 35 


* 


4 10 
4 70 


38 
.43 


U 






1 50 
1 65 


IS - 


5 40 


48 


|f 






1 80 


s 


6 30 


54 






1 95 


1! 


7 20 


62 


11 






2 15 


8 00 


68 


1 






2 35 



Our bit stock drills will fit any brace in the market, 
and will drill steel, -iron or other metals, as well as wood. 
They are not injured by contact with screws or nails, and 
will bore any kind of wood without splitting it. 

WOOD BORING BRACE DRILLS. 



The numbers indicate the sizes in 32nds. 

Intermediate sizes furnished at the price of next larger 
number. 



1 60 

1 75 

2 00 
2 50 



S4 00 
4 00 
4 50 

4 50 

5 00 
5 00 
5 50 

5 50 

6 00 



$6 00 

6 50 

7 00 

7 50 

8 00 

9 00 
10 00 



COE'S DRILLS. 



Diam- 
eter 


Length 


Price 
each 


Diam- 
eter 


**■** ssr 


1 


4% in. 
554 in. 


80 55 

58 


If 


6 in 
6 in 


81 40 
1 45 


ft 


6 in. 


60 


B 


6 in 


1 55 


t 


6 in. 


65 


tf 


6 in 


1 60 


6 in. 


70 


[I 


6 in 


1 70 


^ 


6 in. 


73 


1 


6 in 


1 &0 


ft 


6 in. 


75 


h\ 


6 in 


1 90 


N 


6 in. 


80 


1ft 


6 in 


2 00 


6 in. 


85 


1ft 


6 in 


2 10 


M 


6 in. 


88 


1*3 


6 in 


2 20 


A 


6 in. 


90 


h\ 


6 in 


2 26 


B 


6 in. 


93 


ift- 


6 in 


2 30 


6 in. 


95 


1ft 


6 in 


2 35 


H 


6 in. 


98 


IK 


6 in 


2 40 


fj 


6 in. 


1 00 


it 


6 in 


2 50 


6 in. 


1 03 


6 in 


2 60 


H 


6 in. 


1 05 


i| 


6 in 


2 70 


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6 in. 


1 10 


6 in 


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6 in. 


1 15 


lii 


6 in 


2 90 


n 


6 in. 


1 20 


1ft 


6 in 


3 00 


6 in. 


1 25 


a 


6 in 


3 10 


it 


6 in. 
6 in. 


1 30 
1 35 


6 in 


3 20 



: 2 l /i inches long, aud about 



SILVER & DEMING DRILLS. 

Fitting Boynton & Plumer and Silver & Deming Black- 
smiths' Drill Presses, Nos. 1 and 2, with Shanks l / 3 inch 
diameter. 

No. 112. 



Short Length. 



Dia. 


Length 


Price 
each 


Dia. 


L'gth 


Price 
each 


1 . 
Dia. 


Lengl 


h 2S 


% 


l~A it>- 


SO 45 


n 


6 in. 


SO 95 


1ft 


6 in 


82 00 


ft 


4J-6 in. 


48 


M 


6 in. 


1 05 


h 3 ' 


6 in 


2 10 


ft 


o-/3 m. 


50 


V 


6 in. 


1 10 


1'/* 


6 in 


2 20 


S 


o^. in. 


55 


U 


6 in. 


1 15 


1* 


6 in 


2 25 


6 in. 


6^ 


P 


6 in. 


1 20 


ift 


6 in 


2 30 


ft 


6 in. 


65 


6 in. 


1 25 


ift 


6 in 


2 35 


A 


6 in. 


70 


w 


6 in. 


1 30 


itf 


6 in 


2 40 


H 


6 in. 


73 


H 


6 in. 


1 35 


ift 


6 in 


2 50 


¥i 


6 in. 


75 


*? 


6 in. 


1 40 


1ft 


6 in 


2 60 


tf 


6 in. 


78 


V* 


6 in. 


1 45 


1M 


6 in 


2 70 




6 in. 


80 


M 


6 in 


1 50 


m 


6 in 


2 80 


*i 


6 in. 


83 


\\ 


6 in. 


160 


iw 


6 in 


2 90 


V? 


6 in. 


85 


Vt 


6 in. 


1 70 


ift 


6 in 


3 00 


1* 


6 in. 


88 


1 


6 in. 


1 80 


« 


6 in 


3 10 


ft 


6 in. 


90 


ift 


6 in. 


M0 


6 in 


3 20 



TAPER REAMERS. 



No. 118. 

PRICES: 

For Reamer, Taper of Morse Drill Socket No. 1 S2 00 

For Reamer, Taper of Morse Drill Socket No. 2 2 60 

For Reamer, Taper of Morse Drill Socket No. 3 J 4O 

For Reamer, Taper of Morse Drill Socket No. 4 4 if) 

For Reamer, Taper of Morse Drill Socket No. 5 6 60 

For Reamer, Taper of Mors? Drill Socket No, 6 12 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



269 



Steel Sockets for Taper Shank Drills. 



No. lOO. Mo 


rse Taper Socket. 










Diam. 








Entire 
Lght 


of 

Blank 
Knd 


Price 


No. 1. Holds Y x to ^| in., 


inclusive 7 in. 


l'/s in. 


5 1 20 


No. 2. Holds 31 to §? '• 
No. 3. Holds If to \\i " 




8 - 


\ X A - 

vA '•. 


1 *0 




10 •• 


2 50 


No. 4. Holdsljfjto2 " 




13 " 


2 " 


4 00 


No. 5. Holds 2 3 ' 7 to 2% " 




lo " 




7 50 


No. 6. -Holds 3A to 4 " 




13 " 


3 " 


It 00 



No. 101. American Taper Socket. 

No. 1. Holds \i to \\ inch, inclusive . SI SO 

No. 2. Holds Yi to |J " " \ . 1 55 

No. 3. Holds \\ to Y % " " 2 00 

No. 4. Holds §| to i% " " . 2 50 

Steel Sockets for Morse Taper 
Shank Drills. 



No. iooa. 

No. 1 with Shank fitted to No. 2 or 3 Socket $2 00 

No. 2 with Shank fitted to No. 3 Socket . 2 50 

No. 3 with Shank fitted to No. 4 Socket 3 20 

No. 4 with Shank fitted to No. 5 Socket 4 80 

Steel Sleeves for Morse Taper 
Shank Drills. 




No. lOO B. 

No. 1 fitted to No. 2 or 3 Socket SI 80 

No. 2 fitted to No. 3 Socket 2 40 

No. 3 fitted to No. 4 Socket 3 00 

No. 4 fitted to No. 5 Socket 4 40 



ARBORS FOR SHELL REAMERS. 









No. 


120 J 












bo . 


■ 






bo . 




& 








d 

Z 


yX 




3 £? 


h 


$1 20 


l*t* 


6 in 


s 


S2 70 


Hi to 2 in. 
2A " 2% " 


12 in. 


I 40 


7 " 


9 


3 00. 


13 " 


3 


1 60 


% " A " 

% " U " 


8 " 


10 


3 40 


2A " 3 - 


14 " 


4 


1 80 


9 " 


11 


5 00 


3A " 3'/ 2 ' 


15 " 


5 


2 00 


% " if " 


94" 


12 


7 00 


3A ' 4 " 


16 " 


<; 


2 20 


1 .«• 1*. " 


10 " 


! 13 


9 00 


*A " 4V 8 " 


17 " 


7 


2 40 


ia " y% •• 


11 " 


M 


12 00 


4A " 5 '* 


18 " 



SELF-OILING DRILLS 

These Drills are specially adapted for use in screu- ma- 
chines and turret lathes, and can be furnished any length 
required. 



Diam. 


Length. 
Inches 


Price 


Diam. 


Length. 

Inches 


Price 


X 


9 


?2 30 


Vz 


12 


S 2 90 


I! 


9 


2 40 


.'." 


12 


3 00 




9 


2 50 





12 


3 10 


H 


9 


2 CO 




12 


3 20 


H 


9 


2 70 


# 


12 


3 30 




9 


2 SO 


.2 1 


12 


3 40 


H 


9 


2 90 


.1 1 


12 


3 50 


23 


9 


3 00 


2 3 


12 


3 GO 


u 


9 


3 10 


K 


12 


3 70 


|.5 


9 


3 20 


!i 


12 


3 80 


1.3 


9 


3 30 


H 


12 


3 90 


u 


9 


3 40 


?I 


12 


4 00 


% 


9 


3 50 


J* 


. 12 


4 10 


11 


9 


3 GO 


II 


12 


4 25 




9 


3 75 


tt 


12 


4 45 


;< i- 


9 


3 90 


i 
1? 


12 


4 65 


l 3i 


9 


4 10 


l 


12 


4 85 


1 - 1 g 


9 


4 30 


1A 


12 


5 05 


*A 


9 


4 45 


It's 


12 


5 25 


»A 


9 


4 GO 


1A 


12 


5 50 


IJs 


9 


4 75 


lj» 


12 


5 75 


1 A 


9 


4 95 


1A 


12 


6 00 


1 h 


9 


5 15 


: IfV 


12 


G 25 




9 


5 35 


iK 


12 


G 50 


\% 


9 


5 G5 


. ix 


U 


G 75 


*A 


9 


5 95 


lft 


12 


7 00 


1ft 


9 


6 25 


»A 


12 


7 25 


1H 


9 


6 55 


t-14 


12 


7 50 


1^8 


9 


G 85 


■ 1^8 


12 


8 00 


113 


9 


7 15 


1 HI 


12 


8 50 


1A 


9 


7 50 


1 lft 


12 


9 00 


Hi 


9 


7 85 . 


HI 


12 


9 50 


iK 


9 


8 25 


i l* 


12 


10 00. 



T4PER SQUARE SHANK DRILLS 
FITTING RATCHETS. 



Price, with Shanks $i inch by % inch and VYz inches 
long, and Shanks Y>. inch by l A inch aud \y x inches long. 
Unless size of Shank is stated, we will send Drills with 
Shanks Ys x y& x VA inches long. 



Dia. 


Length 


Price 
each 


Dia. 


Vgth 


Price 
each 


j Dia. 


Length 


Price 
each 


M 


5 in. 


SI 00 


w 


6^ in. 


SI 45 


m 


9 in. 


' 3 10 




5 in. 


1 05 


R 


6J^in. 


1 50 


1 A 


9 in 


3 25 




5 in. 


1 10 


"• : - 


1 55 


1A 


9 in. 


3 35 


4 


5 in. 


1 15 


ft 


6'^ in. 


1 05 


I A 


9 in. 


3 50 


n 


6 in. 


1 20 


u 


7 in. 




ltf 


9^ in. 


3 65 


U 


6% in. 


1 2.3 


u 


7 in. 


1 90 


1^ 


9 l A in. 


3 75 





6% in. 


1 25 




7':in. 


2 05 


1A 


9Kin 


3 90 


6K m. 


1 30. 


n 


7 Kin. 


2 15 


l« 


9J*in. 


4 05 


654 in. 


1 30 


8 in. 


2 30 


1*5 


10 in 


4 20 


w 


6Yz in. 


1 35 


u 


8 in. 


2 45 


iy 


10 in. 


4 35 




Wz in. 


1 35 


1 


8V4in. 


2 55 


J A 


10 in. 


4 50 




6H in. 


1 40 


1A 




2 70 


!il 


10 in. 


4 65 




6^in. 


1 40 


1A 


8V4in. 


285 


10 in. 


4 80 


JUL- 


6*Jn._ 


I 45 


»A_ 


*Kin. 


300 









270 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 







SOLID REAMERS. 
















ROSE 




JOBBERS' SET. 




SHELL REAMERS. 


SHELL READ 


rERS. 


No. 115. 


J "■"■ 


■wHp 










V 




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£3 


X. v 

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1 
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£w 


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n 




No 


117. 






NO. 


117 A 




H 


$1 00 


3 


IK 


m 


§5 40 


121 1 


6-fii 




A 


1 10 


*A 


i^ 


m 


5 60 


VL% 


•X 


















1 6 


1 20 
1 30 


3K 
3g 


1% 


1 ' 3 
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1A 


5 SO 

6 00 


12ff 

12ff 


■ft 

6i| ■ 


















3 2 


















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1 40 


4 


2 


]I5 


6 20 


12 f! 


git 


6 




£ 




C 








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1 45 


4M 


2* 


l 1 ^ 


6 40 


13 


«J </i 


•=!/> 


o ■ 




a . 


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o . 




T6 


1 50 


4« 


2^ 


M* 


6 60 


13 


G}4 


E~ 


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s* 


E.e 


ff- 




iT -• . 


3 2 


1 55 
1 60 
1 70 


4>i 
5 

5M 


2^ 

23^ 
2% 




6 80 

7 00 
7 20 


13 
13 
13 


$ l 4 


535 


^5 


«s 


CkW 


i55 


•jS 


*M 


£w 


H 


i^ 


1H 


H 


81 10 


1 


4 


IK 


S7 CO 


f? 


1 75 


b% 


2^ 


1 2 1- 


7 40 


13^ 


&A 

6% 


8 


% 


1 10 


4 


lg 


8 00 


it 

A 


1 85 
1 90 


5^ 
6 


2^ 
3 


1 1 1 

1 1(7 

111 


7 60 
7 80 


13^ 

13M? 




V6 


1 20 
1 30 
1 40 


215 


4 
4 
4 




8 40 

8 80 

9 20 


h 


1 95 


6>C 


m 


I*f 


8 00 


™A 


6K 

6% 
6% 


ib 


2 


s 


1 50 


3 


4 


>8 


9 60 


A 

if 


2 00 
2 10 


6>£ 
6% 


s'4 


HI 

1 '- •'■ 


8 20 

8 40 


13^ 


a 


214 
2'4 
2^ 


1 


1 60 

1 60 
1 60 


3% 
3A 


VA 
4J| 

4K 

4^ 


ill 

y{ A 


9 90 
10 20 
10 60 


tt 


2 20 
2 30 


7 
7tf 


zy* 

m 


Ml 

1% 


8 60 
8 80 


11* 


6^ 


2^ 
2^1 


P 
1 

1 
1 

24 


1 60 
1 70 




11 00 

11 50 

12 00 
12 50 


t£ 


2 40 


vu 


^32 


Ml 


9 00 


14 


7 


i" 


^ 


1 80 


4 A 


If 


2 50 


8^ 


4 T V 


!ff 


9 20 


14 


7 


55 


% 


1 80 


sk 


*A 


A 


13 00 


11 


2 60 
2 70 


C23 

e 3 2 


4A 


ifi 


9 40 
9 60 


14 
14 


7 
7 


s 


1 90 

2 00 
2 20 


3A 
3jfe 


5 

5 
5 


2 

2 
2 


13 50 

14 00 
14 50 


t! 


2 80 


9tV 


4H 


2 T V 


10 00 


H^ 


7^ 
7A 


?^ 


3 


2 40 


6 


2 


15 00 


tt 


2 95 


9^ 


4H 


m 


10 40 


14^ 


It's 


3 
3 


2 60 
2 80 




5 
5 


2 


15 50 


>8 


3 10 


m 


^32 


«A 


10 80 


15 


*l% 


iS 


3 


1 


3 00 


3U 


5 


2 


17 00 


II 


3 25 


10yV 


BWV 


2K 


U 30 


15 


?2 

7K 
7>i 


!fi 


3 


3 20 


4 


5 


2 


18 00 


1 5 

T6 


3 40 
3 55 


10H 




2A 
2 3 ^ 


11 80 

12 30 


15 
15 




3 

3% 


1 


3 50 

3 80 

4 10 


4 7 3 rI 


5K 
5^ 


2M 
2K 
2l 4 


18 30 

18 60 

19 00 




3 70 


10'^ 


5tV 


2* 


12 80 


is A 


7K 

7K 


in 

Hi 




1 


4 40 


4M 


2|4 


19 40 


1t3T 


3 85 


HxV 


*>H 


2* 


13 40 


15 ^ 


1 


4 70 

5 00 


4 T ^ 

4^>i 


2M 
2ll 


]9 ^0 


■M 6 


4 00 


■11J£ 


i>^ 


2fV 


14 00 


15^ 


7^ 


2 te 


V/„ 


1 


5 20 


4 T V 


5^ 


la 

2i| 

1 

2% 


20 60 


liV 


4 15 


Jl T < r 


5|f 


^ 


14 60 


16 


8 


3} 


m 

4 
i 


lJi 


5 40 


4^ 


5^ 


21 00 


1^ 

1* 


4 30 
4 45 


11% 
lilt 


5 T £ 

K29 
°3* 


2H 
23< 


15 40 

16 20 


16 
16 


8 

8 


1'4 

i3 


5 60 

5 80 

6 00 


4-^ 

4% 

4% 
4}g 

4% 


5^ 

6 

6 


21 60 

22 20 
22 80 


*3T 


4 60 
4 75 


12 
12^ 


6 

6 T V 


2H 
2% 


17 00 
17 80 


16^ 
16^ 


8H 




i J 4 
3 l 4 


6 20 
6 40 
6 60 


6 
6 
6 


23 40 
21 00 


\h 


4 90 


12^ 


6k« 


2|* 


18 60 


U% 


8% 


2>| 


1^ 


6 80 


4 iS 


6 


2U 






5 05 
5 20 


i«A 


6^ 


3 


19 40 


™A 


m 


2ft 
2% 


4 

. 4 


IK 
IK 


7 00 
7 30 


5 


6 


2J| 


26 00 















AIR DRILL REAMERS for Boiler Makers, Bridge and Ship Builders. 

a No. 120 L 



c£Z~M<^ 



While plainly finished, they are sufficiently 



Diameter at 




No of 


Length 


Length of 


A 


B 


c 










%in. 


^in. 


\i in. 


$2 75 


No. 2 


9 in. 


5*4 in. 




s- 


A " 


2 80 


" 2 


9 * 




V-i ' 




% " 


ii " 


2 90 


" 2 


10 • 




6 l 4 ' 




if " 


14 " 


A " 


3 00 


" 3 


11 ' 




t> 5 H ' 




% " 


% - 


ti " 


3 10 


" 3 


12 ' 




7 r> 8 ' 




\i " 


% " 


3 30 


" 3 


12 ■ 








I- 


I? " 


3 50 


" 3 


12 ' 




•m ' 




li " 




3 70 


" 3 


12 ' 




1% ' 




l •• 


i 




3 90 


" 3 










liV " 


1A " 


35 " 


4 10 


" 3 


12 ' 






1% *' 


1% *' 


18 " 


4 30 


" 3 


12 • 




7 s * ' 




h% " 


1& " 


3! " 


4 50 


" 3 


12 ' 









CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



271 



MACHINISTS, HAND TAPS. 




Sizes, 


Plate and 
Hand Taps 


Number || 


Plate and 
Hand Taps 


Number 
of 


Taper, 






Threads 




Plug or 
Bottoming. 


to inch. J 


Bottoming. 


to inch. 


3_ 


SO 45 


24 i# 


|5 00 


5 


V 


45 


16,18,20 1% 


5 80 


4Jr 2 , o 


ft 


50 


16, 18 2 


6 70 


4%, 5 


A 


55 


14, 16,18 2% 


8 00 


S 


T 7 r 


60 


12, 14, 16 2# 


9 20 


4& 


$ 


70 


12,13,14 2-;/ s 


10 50 


4% 




80 


12,14 2«; 


11 50 


4 


-A 


90 


10,11,12 2# 


13 00 


4 


A I 


1 05 


11,12 2;V 


14 00 


4 


3/ 


1 20 


10,12 


2-s 


15 50 


4 


) 3 


1 40 


10 


3 


17 00 


35s 


w 


1 60 


9, 10 


3*4 


18 75 


3% 


T" 


1 80 


9 


3* 


20 50 


S 


1 


2 00 


8 


33/r 


22 00 


Z% 


1^ 


2 25 


7,8 


3'/, 


24 00 


3k 


1'f 


2 60 


7, 


3« 


26 00 


3k 


1# 


3 00 


6 


133^ 


28 50 


3 


\v. 


3 50 


6 


3% 


30 00 


3 


W 


4 20 


5, 5}< 


14 


32 50 


3 



MACHINE NUT TAPS. 





TT~~ 


Sizes. 


Price 


No. of Threads 


Whole 




I 


each. 


to inch. 


Length. In. 




* 


$0 60 


24 


4 






X 


60 


16, 18, 20 


! 4K 




; 


A 


70 


16, 18 


5^8 






% 


80 


14, 16 


5 3 4 






ft 


90 


12, 14, 16 


*H 






^ 


1 00 


12, 13, 14 


1 






3 

^ 


1 15 
1 30 


12, 14 

10. H, 12 


; 8^ 




- 


H 


1 4-3 


11, 12 


; 9* 




% 


1 60 


10 


9'/ 






13 


1 80 


10 


10 








2 10 


9, 10 


1 10 






1 5 


2 40 


9 


11 






1 ° 


2 80 


8 


11 






1^ 


3 20 


7, 8 


13 






1 ] 4 


3 70 


7, 8 


13 






I 3 . 


4 20 


6 


14 






i'A 


4 70 


6 


14 






i 5 «- 


5 30 


5, 5K 


14* 






i-V 


6 00 


5 


15 % 






i 7 


6 80 


4%, 5 


rex 


i 




2 


7 70 


Vr„ 5 


17 


J 


2' 8 


9 00 


4% 


18 




| 2* 


10 20 


4% 


18 


I 




2§ 


11 50 


4h 


19 


i 






12 50 


4 


19 




s 


*H 


14 00 


4 


i9i.; 




a 

- s 


15 00 


4 


19^ 


I 




16 50 


4 


21 


: 


~ I 


3 


18 00 


3% 


21 


: 




3l « 


19 75 


3l| 


21 


. 




3'/ 


21 50 


3% 


21 


■ 




3% 


23 00 


3h 


21 






S'-i 


25 00 


3k 


21 


: 




3# 


27 00 


3? 


21 






3-V 


20 50 


3 


21 






w 


31 00 


3 


21 




4 


33 50 i 


3 


21 



TAPS FOR MACHINE SCREWS. 

I,, , ,. ... „„,,^HHMI>MMM I U>m 



amm 



— 






Made of 


best steel, well tempered 


accurately cut and finished. Less than six of one size will be charged as single taps. 


Approximate 

Diameter. 

Fractions of 

an inch. 


Wire 
Gauge 
No. 


Number of 
threads 
to inch. 


Price 
each. 


Price 

per 

dozen. 


App.\ 

Diameter. 
Fractions of 


Wire 

Gaua;e 

No. 


Number of 
threads 
to inch. 


Price 
each. 


Price 

per 

dozen. 




1 


60, 72 


£0 35 


S4 00 




13 


20, 24 


$0 38 


$4 40 




2 


48, 56, 64 


35 


4 00 


)i 


14 


16,18,20,22,24 


38 


4 40 




3 


40, 48, 56 


35 


4 00 




15 


18, 20, 24 


38 


4 40 




4 


32, 36, 40 


35 


4 00 


\\ 


10 


16, IS, 20, 22 


38 


4 40 







30, 32, 36, 40 


35 


4 00 




18 


16, 18, 20 


38 


4 40 


9 


6 


30, 32, 36, 40 


35 


4 (0 




19 


16, 18, 20 


38 


4 40 




7 


24, 30, 32 


35 


4 00 


ft 


20 


16, 18, 20 


45 


5 30 


ft 


8 


24,30,32,30,40 


35 


4 00 




22 


16, 18 


45 


5 30 




9 


24, 28, 30, 32 


35 


4 00 


% 


24 


14, 16, 18 


45 


5 30 


_3_ 


10 


20,22,24,30,32 


35 


4 00 




26 


16 


53 


6 30 




11 


22, 24 


35 


4 00 




28 


16 


53 


6 30 


ft 


12 


20, 22, 24 1 


35 


4 00 




30 


16 


53 


6 30 



When so ordered, the taps will be furnished in sets of taper, plug and bottoming forms, like hand taps. Shanks 
on^Jo. 1 to 5 are V% inch diameter. Shanks on No. 6 to No. 30 are equal to diameter of outside of thread. 



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MACHINISTS' HAND TAPS. 

TAPER, PLUG AND BOTTOMING. 




TAPER TAP. 



Sizes. 


Price 
Each. 


No. of 
Threads. 


Sizes. 


Price 
Each. 


No. of 
Threads. 


Sizes. 


Price 
Each. 


No. of 
Threads. 


3-16 


$0 35 


24 


9-16 


$0 80 


12, 14 


15-16 


$1 80 


9 


1-4 


45 


16, 18, 20 


5-8 


90 


10, | |, 12 


1 


2 00 


8 


5-16 


50 


16, 18 


11-16 


1 05 


1 1, 12 


1 1-8 


2 25 


7, 8 


3-8 


55 


14, 16, 18 


3-4 


1 20 


10, 12 


1 1-4 


2 60 


7 


7-16 


60 


12, 14, 16 


13-16 


1 40 


10 


1 3-8 


3 00 


6 


1-2 


70 


12, 13, 14 


7-8 


1 60 


9, 10 


1 1-2 


3 50 


6 



Vxact sizes, with threads indicated by the heavy type, Vform, will be sent, unless other- 
wise ordered. 

MACHINE SCREW TAPS. 



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Screw 
Gauge 
Sizes. 


Prices. 


Number of 
Threads 
to Inch. 


Screw 
Gauge 

Sizes. 


Prices. 


Number of 
Threads 
to Inch. 


Each. 


Per Doz. 


Each. 


Per Doz. 


No. 4 

6 

8 

" 10 

" 12 


$0 35 
35 
35 
35 
35 


$4 00 
4 00 
4 00 
4 00 
4 00 


32, 36, 40 
30, 32 
24, 30, 32 
24, 30, 32 
20, 24 


No. 14 
" 16 
" 18 
11 20 
" 24 


$0 38 
38 
38 
45 
45 


$4 40 
4 40 

4 40 

5 30 
5 30 


20, 24 
16, 18, 20 
16, 18 
16, 18 
16, 18 



TAPER REAMERS FOR BIT BRACE. 



Sizes, 
Prices, 

Sizes, 
Prices, 



1-4 
$0 45 

3-4 
$1 20 



5-16 
50 



3-8 
55 



13-16 
I 40 



7-16 
60 



7-8 
60 



1-2 
70 



15-16 
I 80 



9-16 
80 

1 
2 00 



5-8 

90 

11-8 
2 25 



11-16 

1 05 

11-4 

2 60 



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PIPE TAPS AND REAMERS. 




Pipe taps with right or left-hand threads, and reamers having taper }£ inch per foot ; also 
straight (called plug) pipe taps, are made of the following sizes, and kept in stock : 



Size Price 
bl2e Each 


Reamer j 

Diam. at% in. 1 

from Point | 


Size 


_ . | Reamer 
P" c « Diam. at % in. 
Each j from Point 


j . | Reamer 
Size 1 £ nc 5 i Diam. at }i in. 
. j Each | from point 


I 1 SI 12 
\ 1 25 
§ 1 50 
* 1 87 
% 1 2 50 


H 


1 
l\ 

H 

2 


$3 12 

3 75 

4 62 
6 25 


11 


2+ 

3 

4 : 


$10 50 
15 00 
22 00 
33 00 


211 

4t 



TAPPER TAPS. 





. 


Length of 

Thread 
in Inches. 


PRICE EACH, WHOLE LENGTH 




Xo. of Threads 














to Inch. 


11 j 12 


14 




■ 


Inches Inches 


Inches 


, • 


18, 20 


IK 


?0 70 


J0 75 


50 80 


_s. 


l»i, IS 


IK 


80 


85 


90 


H 


14, 16 


2 


90 


95 


1 00 


% 


12, 14. 10 


9 


1 00 


1 05 


1 15 


12, 13, 14 


2 1 


1 12 


1 15 


1 25 




12, 14 


2 % 


1 30 


1 35 


1 45 




10, 11. 12 


2yi 


1 43 


1 50 


1 65 '■ 


11, 12 


2 \i 


1 62 


1 70 


1 SO 


10 


2 ! > 


1 SO 


1 85 


2 00 


10 


2': 


2 05 


2 10 


2 25 


9 


2 J^ 


2 35 


2 45 


2 60 


9 


2 i, 


2 70 2 75 


3 00 


1 


8 


2^2 


3 15 3 20 


3 50 



PULLEY TAPS. 



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EACH 












No. of 
Threads 




















Sizes 


1 6 1 8 


10 


12 


14 I 


16 


IS 


20 


22 


24 






Inches Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


H 


14, 16 


$0 SO $0 .90 


$1 10 


Si 30 


$1 40 


SI 60 


si so 










14, 16 


, 90 


1 00 


1 20 


1 40 


1 50 


1 70 


1 90 








l A 


12, 13 


1 CO 


1 30 


1 40 


1 50 


1 60 


1 SO 


2 00 


S2 20 






j% 


12, 13 


1 10 


1 35 


1 45 


1 55 


1 70 


1 85 


2 10 


2 30 


$2 50 




H 


10, 11 


1 20 


1 40 


1 50 


1 60 


1 75 


1 90 


2 20 


2 40 


2 60 


S2 80 


H 


10. 11 




1 50 


1 55 


1 70 


2 00 


2 10 


2 30 


2 50 


2 70 


2 90 


\> 


10 

10 

9, 10 
9. 10 






1 60 

1 80 

2 10 
2 40 


1 SO 

2 00 
2 30 
2 55 


2 10 
2 30 
2 50 
2 70 


2 30 

2 50 
2 70 
2 90 


2 50 

2 70 

2 90 

3 10 


2 70 

2 90 

3 10 
3 30 


2 90 

3 10 
3 30 
3 50 


3 10 


15 






3 30 






3 50 




3 70 


l 


s 




2 SO 


3 00 


3 20 


3 40 


3 60 


3 SO 


4 00 


4 20 









These will be sent exact sizes, " V" form of thread. Other sizes and threads furnished at. 
special prices. U. S. S. form of thread of regular pitch, furnished at same list prices. When 
ordering give length over all. 



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THE "GREEN RIVER" SCREW PLATES. 




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Fig. 100. Set/No. 1, 5 sizes, 3-16, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16 inch, with Stock and Brace 

Holder, Complete, in case $8.75 

Fig. 122. Set No. 1, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrench No. 2 $11.10 

Single Dies for No. 1 Set : ..$1.00. Guides. 20 cents 

Diameter of Dies in this set, 1 5-16 inches 

Fig. 101. Set No. 1 1-4, 6 sizes, 3-16, 1-4, 5-16, 3 8, 7-16, 1-2 inch. Complete, in 

case $11.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 2 3-16 inches. 

Fig. 102. Set No. 1 1-4, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrench No. 2 $13.35 

Fig. 103. Set No. 1 1-2, 7 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4 inch. Complete, 

in case $13.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 2 3-16 inches. 

Fig. 104. Set No. 1 1-2, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrench No. 3. Com- 
plete, in case $16.00 

Fig. 109. Set No. 4, 7 sizes, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4 ,7-8. 1 inch. Complete, in case, $20.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 2 3-4 inches.- 

Fig. 110. Set No. 4, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrench No. 4. Complete, in 

case $24.00 

Fig. 111. Set No. 5, 9 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1 inch. Com- 
plete in case $23.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 2 3-4 inches. 

Fig. 112. Set No. 5, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrenches, Nos. 2 and 4 $29.35 

Fig. 115. Set No. 8, 11 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3 4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4 

inch. Complete, in case $34 00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 2 3-4 inches. 

Fig. 116. Set No. 9, 6 sizes, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, 1 1-2 inch. Complete, in 

case. $40.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 3 7-16 inches. 

Fig. 117. Set No. 13, 9 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1 inch. Two 

Stocks. Complete, in case £25.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 1-2 inch and under, 2 3-16 inches. 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 5-8 inch and over, 2 3-4 inches. 

Fig. 118. Set No. 13, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrenches Nos. 2 and 4 $31.35 

Fig. 119. Set No. 16, 11 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3 4, 7 8, 1, 1 1-8, 

1 1-4 inch. Two Stocks. Complete, in case $36.00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 1-2 inch and under, 2 3-16 inches. 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 5-8 inch and over, 2 3-4 inches. 

Fig. 120. Set No. 25, 13 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 

1 1-4, 1 3-8, 1 1-2 inch. Two Stocks. Complete, in case. . . . $53 00 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 3-4 inch and under, 2 3-16 inches. 

Diameter of Dies in this Set, 7-8 inch and over, 3 7-16 inches. 

Abo re Sets sent 1-32 over-size, V Thread, unless otherwise ordered. V Thread, exact size, 
United States Standard or Whitworth (English) Standard suppl icd ai same price ij 
ordered. 



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NEW FULL-MOUNTED LIGHTNING SCREW PLATE. 

(a stock to each die.) 




Hg. 216. 3-16 to 1-2 inch. 6 sizes, 3-16, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8. 7-16. 1-2 inch. Complete 

in case 812.00 

Fig. 217. Same as Fig. 216, but with Adjustable Tap Wrench Xo. 2 S14.35 

Fig". 218. 1-4 to 3-4 inch, 5 sizes, 1-4, 3-8, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4 inch. Complete in case..>12.50 

Fig. 219. Same as Fig. 218, but with Adjustable Tap Wrench Xo. 3 $15.50 

Fig. 222. Set BB, 1-4 to 3-4 inch, 7 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8. 3-4 inch. 

Complete in case 516.00 

Cig. 223. Set BB, as above, with Adjustable Tap*Wrench No. 3. Complete in 

case $19,00 

Fig. 224. Set CE, 1-2 to 1 inch, 5 sizes. 1-2, 5-8. 3-4, 7-8, 1 inch. Complete in 

case $18.50 

Fig. 225. Set CE, as above with Adjustable Tap Wrench No. 4. Complete in 

case $22.50 

Fig. 226. Set CC, 3-8 to 1 inch. 7 sizes, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8. 3-4. 7-8. 1 inch. 

Complete in ease $22.00 

Pig. 227. Set CC, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrench Xo. 4. Complete in 

case $26.00 

Pig. 228. SetCCC, 1-4 to 1 inch, 9 sizes, 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4. 7-8, 

1 inch. Complete in case $25.50 

pig. 229. Set CCC, as above, with Adjustable Tap Wrenches Xos. 2 and 4. 

Complete in case $31.85 

Fig. 230. 1-2 to 11-4 inch, 7 sizes, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4. 7-8 1, 11-8, 1 1-4 inch. 

Complete in case $34.75 

Fig. 231. Same sizes as Fig. 230, but with case holding sizes 1 inch and under 

only (1 1-8 and 1 1-4 inch not being held in case). Price $31.50 

Fig. 232. 3-8 to 1 1-4 inch, 9 sizes, 3-8, 7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4 

inch. Complete in case : $37.50 

Fig. 233. Same sizes as Fig. 232, but with case holding sizes 1 inch and under 

only (1 1-8 and 1 1-4 inch not being held in the case). Price $35.00 

Fig. 234. 1-4 to 1 1-4 inch, 11 sizes, 1-4, 5-16.3-8,7-16,1-2,5-8,3-4,7-8,1, 

1 1-8, 1 1-4 inch. Complete in case $41.00 

Fig. 235. Same sizes as in Fig. 234. but with case holding sizes 1 inch and under 

only (1 1-8 and 1 1-4 inch not being held in the case). Price $38.50 

Fig. 236. 7-8 to 1 1-2 inch, 6 sizes, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 1 1-4. 1 3-8, 1 1-2 inch. Complete 

in case $45.00 

Fig. 237. Same as above without case. Price $39.50 

Fig. 238. 1-4 to 1 1-2 inch. 13 sizes, 1-4, 5-16. 3-8, 7-16. 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 

1 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, 1 1-2 inch. Complete in case >60.00 

Fig. 239. Same sizes as Fig. 238, but with case holding sizes 1 inch and under 

only (sizes 1 1-8 to 1 1-2 not being held in case). Price $55. 71 

Above sets sent 1-32 oversize, V thread, unless otherwise ordered. 



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'GREEN RIVER" ADJUSTABLE TAP AND REAMER WRENCHES. 

Jaws of fine tool steel, stock drop forged, handles hollow. The whole thoroughly 
made, true, strong and durable. 



Fig. 335. Size No. 1, length 7 inches, for Hand Taps 1-4 inch and smaller #1.75 

Fig. 336. Size No. 2, length 11 inches, for Hand Taps 3-16 to 1-2 inch inclusive.. .$2.35 

Fig. 337. Size No. 3, length 16 inches, for Hand Taps 1-4 to 3-4 inch inclusive. . . .$3.00 

Fig. 338. Size No. 4, length 21 inches, for Hand Taps 3-8 to 1 inch inclusive $4.00 

Fig. 339. Size No. 5, length 34 inches, for Hand Taps 7-8 to 1 1-2 inch inclusive. . .$8.00 

"GREEN RIVER" HAND AND POWER BOLT CUTTING, NUT 
TAPPING, AND PIPE THREADING MACHINES. 




NO. 10, MOUNTED. 

Fig. 754. No. 20 for Bench. Com- 
plete with sizes 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 
7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, and 
Tap Chuck $70.00 

Fig. 755. No. 20 Mounted. Com- 
plete with sizes 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 
7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1 inch and 
Tap Chuck $77.00 

Fig. 758. No. 10 for Bench. Com- 
plete with sizes 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 
7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 
1 1-4, 1 3-8, 11-2 inch and Tap 
Chuck $137.50 

Fig. 759. No. 10 Mounted. Com- 
plete with sizes 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 
7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 
11-4,13-8, 11-2 inch and Tap 
Chuck $145.00 

Lightning Adjustable Pipe Dies 
and Collets for No. 10 Machines, 
1-8 to 2 Inch extra $30.00 




NO. 48. 

No. 42. Machine complete, with 
Chuck and Wrenches and Plain 
Countershaft, having tight and 
loose pulleys 12 inches in diam- 
eter, and Taps, Dies and Collets 
for bolts and nuts 1-4, 5-16. 3-8, 
7 16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 
1 1-4, 1 3-8 and 1 1-2 inches.... $164.00 

No. 42. Machine with 11 sizes, 
1-4 to 1 1-4 inch $150.00 

No. 42. Machine with 9 sizes, 1-4 
to 1 inch $137.50 

No. 48. Machine complete, with 
Chuck and Wrenches and Plain 
Countershaft, having tight and 
loose pulleys 12 inches in diam- 
eter, and Taps, Dies and Collets 
for bolts and nuts 1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 
7-16, 1-2, 5-8, 3-4, 7-8, 1, 1 1-8, 
1 1-4, 1 3-8, 1 1-2 inches $190.00 

Extra for 1 3-4 inch size $12.00 

Extra for 2 inch size $14.50 

Extra for set Lightning Adjustable 
Pipe Dies and Collets for both No. 
42 and No. 48 machines, 1-8 to 2 
inch -. $30.00 



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Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE ECONOMICAL USE OF SELF-HARDENING STEEL. 

ARMSTRONG BORING TOOL 

Patented .March 12th, 1895. 

This tool is made entirely of steel, the wearing parts 
are hardened and it is finished in a first-class manner. 
3 The bar can be extended from its holder to any desired 
length to suit depth of hole. The cutters can be ground 
for V, or square thread, double end. round nose, or any 
desired shape. They can easily be made by simply 
grinding end of piece of self-hardening steel to the 
proper shape on a dry emery wheel, then nick all around on corner of stone Sou b)e°End C ed Cutter 
and break off with sharp blow of hammer. rougMne out cored 

We guarantee this tool to be as stiff and &^ e ? n d B $S B An / n , l 
to take as heavy a cut as any forged tool Facing End. 
of same size, and as it will take theplace of 
about one dozen 
£ forged tools the 

great economyJ 
| effected' by itsf 
use can readily 
be seen. 







No. 


Size Shank. 


Diam. Bar. 


Size Cutter. 


Net Weight. 


Price Compl't. 


Ext. Cutters. 
Gr'nd for Boring 


8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


fx fin, 
*xl " 
txli" 
*xH " 
1x113 


T \inch- 

A II 

If " 
H " 
1A " 


T V in. sq\ 

ft V rt . 


21b, Ooz. 
! 4 m "' 

; 7 » 5 " 

• 12 " 5 " 
17 " 12 " 


. $ 3.00 
3.60 
4.75 
6.75 
10.00 


$ .12 each 
.15 " 
.20 " 
.30 " 
40 *' 



ARMSTRONG BORING TOOL 

ADAPTED TO USE IN LARGE LATHES WlTH CLAMP TOOL REST 





No. 1 Size Shank. | Diam. Bar. 


L'g'th Bar 


Size Cutter. | Net Wgt. 


_ „ i Ex. CUTTERS. 
PRICE COMP. | Gr'd for Boring 


15 
16 
17 


lfxSi in. 

Hx2f " 
2±x2f " 


1* ,l 


18in. ! 
i 21 " 
24 " 


T^inch. 

i M 

1 " 


17 lbs. 
25 " 
38 ■■ 


$ 8.75 
10.50 
13.75 


$0.40 each. 
.50 " 
.70 " 



ARMSTRONG DRILL AND REAMER HOLDER 

THESE HOLDERS have been in use in many large machine shops for years and have been pro- 
nounced by all to be the most ingenious and practical method of utilizing twist drills and reamers 
as boring tools in lathe work. The sockets are Morse standard taper. Holding drills bv means of 
-j—^jl lathe dogs or other temporary or makeshift method*? 
(■■■■■■■^■■■■■^■^■■flHF usually results in broken drills and loss of time, and this 



latented Feb. i6, 1886. 


EACH TOOL IS PACKED IN A NEAT BOX 


No. I Holds Drills. 1 


Length. 


Weight. 


Price. 


1 

3 

4 
5 


£ to || in. J 

1 to If in. j 

t|to liin. | 

1 3*i to 2 in. I 

Sy'j to 8 in, I 


10 in. 
12 " 
14 ,l 
16 " 
20 " i 


1 lb. 12 oz. 
21b. 9oz. 
41b. 8oz. 
71b. 8oz. 
14 lb 8 oz. 


$0 00 
1.20 
1.60 
2.60 
4v00 



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Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE ECONOMICAL USE OF 8ELF-HARDENINO STEEL. 



THE ARMSTRONG GANG PLANER TOOL. 

(PATENT ALLOWED) 

MADE IN THREE SIZES, ADJUSTABLE TO DIFFERENT FEEDS. 

THE Armstrong 
Gang Planer 
Tool is especi- 
ally adapted for sur- 
facing large cast- 
ings and on this 
class of work it will 
effect a saving of 
fifty to seventy-five 
per cent in the time 
required to do the 
same job with a sin- 
gle point tool. As 
shown in Fig. 1 the 
head of the tool is 
solidly secured to 
' the shank, on which 
it swivels to a lim- 
ited degree, by FlG L 

means of a deep and closely fitted tongue and 
socket and when set its position is fixed f by means 
of two steel collar screws. The head is graduated 
thus enabling the tool to be quickly and accurately 
set to any desired feed. Both shank and head are 
drop forged of steel and all parts are hardened. 
The set screws are tool steel tempered on the point. 
Fig. 2 shows a cut taken with the No. 
61 Gang Planer Tool set to l 4 inch feed, distributing the 
cut i\ inch on each cutter. Each chip being comparatively 
light a planer with this tool will carry with ease a feed and 
depth of cut much greater than would be possible when 
i using an ordinary tool and there is moreover much less 
' tendency to "break out" at the end of cut. 

The cutters are made from stock sizes and shapes of self- 
hardening steel which are readily obtainable. In grinding 
.cutters it is of course necessary to obtain uniformity of 
shape and clearance. To enable this to be done easily and 
accurately we furnish with each tool a guage which will be found of great assistance in 
grinding cutters to proper shape to give best results. To line up cutters to uniform depth 
it is only necessary to let them rest on a flat surface while tightening set screws. 






PRICE LIST, 

Each tool is packed in a neat box, and the following price includes one set of self -hardening steel cutters 
ground to snape, one gauge for grinding cutters and one wrench carefully fitted. 



No. 


Size Shank 


LFNGTH 
OVEK ALL 


Size Cutter 


Feed 
Adjustment 


WEIGHT Co P m R pl C e E te 


Extra 
Cutters 


61 
62 
63 


Hx 1| in. 
Hx2i " 
2 x2i " 


10 in. 
12 ■■ 
14 " 


t x i in. 

ix| •■ 
fxf " 


to i in. 
Otof " 
to i " 


10 lbs. 1 $12.00 
17 4 « 1 20.00 
31 " | 35.00 


$0.35 
.60 
.90 



i» 



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Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

ARMSTRONG THREADING TOOL 

6IUPLICJTY. STRENGTH ANO PERMANENCE OF ADJUSTMENT ARE PROMINENT FEATURES OF THIS TOOL 

Price List. 

Complete with drop forged wrench, and one single 
point cutter. Sharp V or U. 8. Standard. 





No. 


SIZE. 


Net Weight, 


Price. 


50 
61 
52 

53 


|x 4x5 in 

ixl x6 " 

|xlix7 " 
fxHx8 " 


lb. 12 oz 

1 " 4" 

2 •• " 

3 •« " 


$2.25 
2.75 
850 
4.50 



Patent applied for. 

5ome good points 
of the 
Armstrong 
Threading Tool 

It will work close up to a shoulder. 

It has very few parts. 

Cutter is backed offend gives perfect 

clearance. 
Forging is entirely dispensed with. 
The use of this tool will effect a 

marked reduction in bills for tool 

steel and insures cutting threads of 

UNIFORM ANGLE. 

CUTTERS FURNISHED. 

WE MAKE AND CARRY IN STOCK SINGLE POINT AND CHASING CUTTERS TO CUT THE PITCHES 
LISTED BENEATH, IN SHARP V. WHITWORTH AND UNITED STATES STANDARD THREADS. 

Single Point Cutters. Chaser Cutters. 



ARMSTRONG THREADING TOOLS 
Equipped with one Single Point Whitwobth Cvtteb 



size . . . 


50 


51 


52 


S3 


Price 


$2.50 


$8.10 


$4.00 


$5.00 



8IZE TOOL. 


PITCHES. 


No. 50 

No. 51 
No. 62 
No. 53 


6 to 20 threads per inch. 

5 to 20 

4 to 20 

3 to 20 •■ M 



SIZE TOOL. 



No. 50 
No. 51 
No. 52 
No. 58 



PITCHES. 



14, 16, 18, 20, 24 

12, 18, 14, 16, 18, 20, 24 

8,10, 11, 12,18,14,16,18,20 

8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18, 20 



PRICE LIST OF CUTTERS. 

Single Point cutters. Chaser Cutters. 



Size; j 50 


51 


52 


53 


8harpV. ] $0.45 
U.S. Stan'd 0.50 
Whitworth j 075 


$0.55 
0.60 
0.90 


$0 70 
0.76 
1.15 


$0 90 
0.95 
1.40 



Sub . . . 


SO 


61 | 52 | 53 


Sharp V, 
U. 8. Stan'd 
Whitworth 


$0.90 
0.90 
1.25 


$105 
1.05 
1:40 


$1.20 
1.20 
165 


$1.80 
1.80 
1.80 



Note— Id ordering tools or cutters to cut Whitworth or U. 8. Standard Threads be careful to specify pitch. 

ARMSTRONG SELF-HARDENING STEEL 

Sold In 3-ft. bars only 

a Carefully Tested and Cabbies ARMSTRONG BROS. TOOL CO.*8 LABEL AND GUARANTEE 

Priee List-Bevel Rolled Steel. 

FOR USE IN ARMSTRONG CUTTINGOFF TOOLS. 

Note— This steel is rolled to approximate width to fit 
Armstrong Ctjtting-Off Tools bat requires grinding 
on edges to bring to exact size. 



PRICE LIST 

STEEL OF SIZE AND SHAPE 8UITABLE FOR USE 
IN ARMSTRONG TOOL HOLDERS. 



Length 


Size. 


Price. 


Size. 


Price. 


3 ft 


&in SQ 


$0.50 


ixf in. 


$0.85 


8- 


0.60 


#x* •• 


1.60 


3" 


fV* " 


0.85 


ix5 •* 


2,10 


8" 


1 •• •• 


1.20 


8.00 


8" 


A" " 


1.65 


Ixi «■ 


4.20 


3" 


i' a " 


2.10 


*xl •• 


5.75 


8" 


I... .. 


8 00 






3" 


1 .. - 


t 4 50 







8ize of Steel 


Fits Tools. 


Length. 


Price. 


&x | in. 


NO.20&30 


8 ft. 


$0.75 


Yx * •• 


•• 21 "31 


•* 


1.00 


txi " 


44 22 " 82 


*• 


125 


Axl «• 


" 23 " 33 




1.60 


S*H " 


44 24 " 84 


*• 


2.00 


?xU." 


44 25 44 35 




2 75 


ixl* " 


14 26 4, 86 


" 


8 10 



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285 



Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE ECONOMICAL USE OF 8ELF-HAR0EN1NO STEEL. 

ARMSTRONG CUTTTNa-OFF TOOLS 

Patented November Mth, 1899. 

IN ao other form of lathe tool is the proportion of cost of maintainaace to effective worfe 
performed so great as in a Cutting-Off Tool. Therefore in no other form is the tool holde* 
principle so effective or economical. 

The Armstrong Cutting-Off Tool has already to a large extent displaced the solid forged 
tool and other crude and ill-designed tools heretofore on the" market. 

The Armstrong Cutting-Off Tools will cut off and keep right on cutting off. 
They stand the racket of constant work and this is one of the chief points of difference 
between the genuine Armstrong Tool Holders and imitations of them 

The Holder and Bolts are made of steel and hardened. The Blades are made of special 
grade self-hardetHtag steel, rolled beveled on both sides, giving the proper clearance to insure 
a clean cutting tool and requiring grinding on the cutting end only 



ARMSTRONG 
STRAIGHT SHANK 




CUTTING-OFF 
TOOL. 



Each tool Is packed in a neat, substantial bos and the following price includes one self-hardening steel 
blade and a drop forged wrench carefully fitted. 



No. 


See Holder. 


Size Blade. 


Net Weight. 


Price 
Complete. 


Extra 
Blades. 


20 


fxl x 5 in. 


5 \x £x 54 in 


lb. 12 oz. 


$1.65 


$0.25 each. 


21 


*xlix 6 " 


ix fx 6i " 


1 " 5 4< 


1.80 


.35 - 


22 


fxlfx 7 •« 


ix |x 7i " 


2 •• 2 ' 


2.30 


.45 •« 


23 


fxHx 8 " 


ftxl x 8* " 


3 " 4 - 


3.00 


.60 M 


24 


ixlix 9 " 


T 3 g xl£x 9i u 


4 " 8 - 


3.80 


.75 M 


25 


1 xlixlO " 


ixlixlOi " 


6 «' 8 " 


4.75 


.95 - 


26 

IT -' -~ 


Hx2 xll " 


ixlfxlli " 


8 ««" 5 M 


6.50 


1.25 « 



For some kinds of work a cutting-off tool made "off-set" so that the blade is held at an 
angle to the shank, is more convenient to use thau the regular straight shank tool. To meet 
the demand for a tool of this character we present the Armstrong Off -set Cutting-Off Tool. 
It will be found to possess all the merits of the straight shank tool and is equally as rigid. 
The blades are interchangeable with the straight shank tool of corresponding size. 



ARMSTRONG 

OFF-SET 




CUTTING-OFF 

TOOL. 



Each tool is packed in a neat, substantial box. 


and the following price includes one 


self-hardening steel 


blade and a drop forged wrench carefully fitted. 








No. 


Size Shank. 


Size Blade. 


Net Weight. 


Price 
Complete. 


Extra 
Blades. 


30 


fxl in. 


3 3 s x fx 5? in. 


1 lb. oz. 


$1.65 


$0.25 each. 


31 


ixli " 


ixix&} " 


1 «' 11 " 


1.80 


.35 " 


32 


Ixlf " 


i x |x 7-i " 


2 " 9 " 


2.30 


.45 «' 


33 


ixli M 


T s 8 xl x8J " 


3 " 14 " 


3.00 


.60 " 


34 


4x11 - • 


^xlix 9-i ■« 


5 " 5 " 


3.80 


.75 M 


35 


1 xli " 


ixlixlOi " 


7 '1 12 M 


4.75 


.95 M 


86 


Hx2 «« 


ixlfxlH " 


9 •" 11 »• 


6.50 


1.25 • 



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Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

CSPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE ECONOMICAL USE OF SELF-HARDENING STE6U 

ARMSTRONG SPECIAL PLANER TOOL. 

PATENT APPUED FOB. 




Fig. 1. 



A Tool Holder for general work on planers and shapers. 

This tool is pronounced by all who have seen or used 
it to be a money- saver. 

It is a decided and practical extension of the Arm- 
strong' idea. 

The shank is drop forged of steel and is case hardened. 




The cutters are of self-hardening steel rectangular 
in shape and of stock sizes. e 

By means of grooved seats into which they are " 
placed the cutters may be quickly adjusted to any 
desirable angle, and at the same time so locked into 
position as to render slipping impossible. 

The Armstrong Planer Tool can be used either 
right or left hand (see Fig 1 ) and when desirable or necessary, as for instance, when cutting 
a key way , it may, by simply reversing the cutter and turning the tool around, be transformed 
into the equivalent of a "goose-neck" tool, (see Fig. 2.) 

One of these tools equipped with an assortment of properly ground cutters will effectively 
equal a complete set of solid forged planer tools. 




No. 


Size Shank, 


LENGTS. 


Size Cutter. 


Net Weight. 


Price 
Complete 


Extra 
Cutters. 


40 


£ x 1 inch 


7 inch 


i x finch 


2 lb oz. 


$ 2.75 


$ .20 ea. 


41 


ixii. " 


10 " 


fxi " 


4 " 11 " 


4 50 


.40 " 


410 


fxli " 


10 •• 


txi .«' 


4 " 6 " 


4.50 


.40 " 


42 


ltxH •• 


13 " 


• *xi " 


10 '! 9 " 


700 


.70 " 


43 


ifxlf " 


16 " 


fx.i " 


18 " 13 " 


11.00 


1.00 " 


44 


l£x2 " 


20 ■• 


fx 1 " 


32 •• 8 " 


16.00 


2.00 M 



ARMSTRONG TOOL HOLDER 5ETS. 
The Armstrong Tool Holder 5et The Armstrong Combination Set 

No. AO. No. 80. 





THIS SET is especially adapted for use by 
Electricians, Model Makers, Bicycle Mak- 
ers and Amateur Machinists. It consists of 
one No Tool Holder, one drop forged 
wrench and nine ground and finished cutters 
made of Armstrong special self-haidening 
steel, assorted points Put up in polished 
Hardwood case. Weight complete 1 lb. 2 OJ5, 
Pace, $3 00 



P3IS SET comprises a complete equipment 
for turning, planing and boring; it con- 
sists of one No. 8 boring tool with wrench 
and six cutters; one No. lathe and shajper 
tool holder with six assorted cutters and 
wrench and one piece of Armstrong special 
self-hardening steel 9 in. long Put up in 
polished hardwood case. Weight complete 
3 lbs 9 oz. Pries $7.00 



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287 



Armstrong Patent Tool Holders 

ESPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR THE ECONOMICAL USE OF 8ELF-HARDENINC STEEL. 



THE saving effected by these tool holders in time, money, labor and annoyance can 
hardly be over-estimated. They obviate all danger of steel being burned or worked 
badly. They save the men from going to the tool dresser, machines standing idle, etc , 
etc. With them no stock of heavy steel need be carried, and many points of various shapes 
can be kept on hand, ready for instant use, which will take up but little room and enable 
the men to turn out more and better work. 

Their Points of Herit 



The points can be ground to any desired shape 
or clearance and can always be kept at the same 
height. 

As there are no side projections they can be 
used close into a corner. 

The rake of the cutter is such that it takes a 
clean curling chip from wrought iron or steel. No 
top grinding being necessary. 

There is absolutely no slip to the cutter-; it is 
supported directly under the strain of the cut. and 
will do as heavy work as any forged tool of same 
size. 





ARMSTRONG 
STRAIGHT SHANK 




TOOL 

HOLDER 



No. 


Size Holder. 


Size Cutter. 


Net Weight. 


Price Complete. 


Extra Cutters. 


© 


fx ix 5 in 


ft in. sq 


1b 8 oz 


$ 1.65 


$0.12 each. 


1 


4x1 x6" 


i " " 


1 •' o • 


1.80 


.15 " 


2 


IxHx 7 ' 


ft te " 


1 "12 •' 


2.30 


.22 " 


3 


Jxlfx 8 " 


1 «' - 


2 " 10 - 


800 


.30 " 


4 


ixlix 9 * 


ft " " 


3 " 12 «- 


3.80 


.40 " 


5 


1 xlfxlO " 


i - - 


6 M 5 " 


4.75 


•50 •' 


6 


lixS xl2 " 


f " - 


9 ' 6 " 


7.00 


.75 '* 


7 


I|x2ixl6 " 


1 " " 


18 " 6 " 


12.00 


1.50 » 



ARHSTRONG OFF-SET TOOL HOLDER 



No. Right 
or Left. 


Size Holder. 


Size Cutter. 


Net Weight. 


Price 
Complete. 


Extra 
Cutters 





fx fx 6 in 


ft in.sq. 


1b. 12 oz. 


S 1.65 


$0.12 each 


1 


ixl x8 " 


i " 


1 " 6 M 


1.80 


.15 " 


2 


fxlix 9 M 


ft " " 


2 " 5 " 


2.30 


22 M 


3 


f xlfxlO M 


f " « 


3 <l 6 M 


3.00 


.30 " 


4 


ixHxll M 


ft " " 


5 n « 


3.80 


.40 " 


5 


1 xl|xl2i " 


t '* ** : 


6 " 14 r « 


4.75 


.50 " 


6 


Hx2 xl5 M 


f « « ! 


11 * % 3 -. 


7.00 


.75 " 


7 


Hx2±x20 " 


5 M * l 


22 " 8 - 


12.00 


1.50 " 



Note— In ordering always specify whether Right or Left hand is wanted. 



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THE NATIONAL IMPROVED COMBINATION AND UNIVERSAL 

CHUCK. 

COMBINATION. 




SIZE. 


Price 


Price 


THREE JAW 


FOUR JAW 


4 inches 


$ 22.00 


$ 26.00 


6 " 


26.00 


32.00 


9 " 


34.00 


42.00 


12 " 


44.00 


56.00 


15 " 


52.00 


64.00 


18 " 


62.00 


75.00 


21 " 


80.00 


95.00 


24 " 


100.00 


120.00 


30 " 


170.00 


200.00 


36 " 


230.00 


285. 00 


42 " 


270.00 


325.00 



:cnviv J© R^Al^. 



SIZE. 


Price 


Price 


THREE JAW 


FOUR JAW 


4 inches 


$ 22.00 


$26.00 


6 " 


26.00 


32.00 


y " 


34.00 


42.00 


12 " 


44.00 


56.00 


15 " 


52.00 


64.00 


18 " 


62.00 


75.00 


21 " 


80.00 


95.00 


24 " 


100.00 


120-00 


30 " 


170.00 


200.00 


36 " 


230.00 


285.00 


42 " 


270.00 


325.00 



NATIONAL IMPROVED INDEPENDENT. 

FOUR JAWS. 




SIZE. 


PRICE. 


6 inches 


$ 18.00 


9 " 


23.00 


12 


30-00 


15 " 


35.00 


]8 " 


44.00 


2L 


55. CO 


24 " 


65.00 


26 


80.00 


30 


120- 00 


36 


190.00 


42 


28000 



Three Jaw Independent Chucks furnished 
if desired. 



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289 



ONEIDA NATIONAL INDEPENDENT. 





SIZE. 



4 inches 



LO 



PRICE. 


CFNTI 


srI FACE 


HOL 


E. J PLATE. 


$ 14.00 


1 in 


ch 2% inch 


18.00 


\ X A 4 


3H ' 


• I 


22.00 


1% 4 


3H 




23.00 


2 ' 


5 ' 




26. 00 


*U ' 


5 




30.00 
34.00 


2y 2 ; 

3 


6V£ * 

7 5 /£ 4 

1 7^ ; 




38-00 


VA ' 




44.00 


3*4 4 


9 ■ 




50.00 


4 


9 




65.00 


ft 4 


12 4 




120.00 


5^ ' 

7K ' 


15 




200.00 


4 18 ' 





APPROXIMATE 
WEIGHT. 



5 lbs 

16 " 

26 " 

31 " 

37 " 

64 " 

80 M 

120 " 

145 u 

185 " 

250 " 

448 " 

527 " 





Two Jaws. 


Price, 


Including One Set False 




Jaws. 




SIZE 


PRICE. 


FALSE 
JAWS. 


4 


! $18 00 


SI. 75 


i 


20.00 


2.00 


9 


27. 00 


3.00 


12 


3400 


3.50 


14 


40.00 


4.00 


17 


48.00 


4.50 




BOX CHUCK. 



SIZE. 


PRICE. 


7 inches. 

9 

12 
15 


$24 00 
30.00 
36.00 
4 1. 00 



This style Chuck is recommended when 
anlndependentTwo-JawChuckisdesired. 
This Chuck is made very strong, with our 
Special False Jaw, which can be removed 
so as to hold round stock with permanent 
jaw, which are complete for use, without 
the False Jaw , for many classes of work. 



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THE NATIONAL FACE PLATE JAWS. 

Made in two sizes. Special sizes made to order; also special jaws made when specified 

at a slight advance. 




Style. 


Siz». 


Length cf 
Body. 


Length Over Extreme 
All. Height. 


Weight 
Each. 


Price 
Set of Three. 


Price 
Set of Four. 


A 
B, 


8 in. 

10 " 


1% in. 

iox" 


11% in. 
14 " 


h% in. 

5% " 


21 lbs. 

26 " 


$15.00 $60. 00 
60.10 80.00 




NATIONAL DRILL CHUCK. 

Has no Equal. 
NATIONAL DRILL CHUCKS, POLISHED. 

No. 1- Holding Drill to % inch $600 

No. 2- " ■ " Oto % " 7. CO 

No. 3- " " Oto K " • 8-°" 

No. 4- " " Oto % " 9.'H 

No. 5- " " Otol 4< 11-00 

No. 6- " " Otol^ " n.g 

Jfo.7— " '* Oto 2 " 1:0. CO 

NATIONAL DRILL CHUCKS, UNPOLISHED. 

For heavy, rough work, or where polishpd tools are not de- 
sired. Quality being the same but less in price. 



No. 8-Hol 
No. y- 
No.10- 
No.ll— 
No. 12- 
No.13— 
No. 14- 



ling Drill Oto Minch.. 

" Oto % " 

" Oto % 

" Oto % 

" Otol 

" oto VA 

44 Oto 2 



$ 5.00 

5 50 
6.50 
7- 50 
10 CO 
16 00 
IS. 00 



6 and 13 fitted for face plate unless ordered for arbor. 
7 and 14 goes on with i\tce plate only. 



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291 



Drill Chucks. 

Union Czar Drill Chuck. 





Price List. 



No. i, 



O to •& 

o to V> 



Price. 
$5.50 

5-50 
9-00 




ffestcott's Patent Little" Giant Improved 



DRILL CHUCK. 



The Hartford Drill Chuck. 

Price-List 







Extra Taws, 


Extra Screws 






per pair. 


each. 


No. 


$6 00 


$2 00 


$ .SO 


No. 1 


7.00 


2 25 


1.00 


No. 2 


8.00 


2 50 


1.20 


No. 3 


10.00 


4-.00 


2.00 




TRADE 

Price List of Little Giant Improved. 

MA«K 

EXTRA STRONG SCREWS. 













Unf'd 


No 


Approx. 


Diaro 


Holding Dnlls. 


Price. 


Face 

Plates 


00 


. 7 -j6 


inch. 


to V\ inch. 


$7 00 







M 


'* 


oto yi '• 


8 00 




1 


3 




010 H » 


g OO 




2 


3^ 


■* 


otOl 


10 00 




2* 






10 1 m.ex. strong. 






■\ 


6 




to i¥-> inch. 


18 00 


$0 7S 


4 


&><2 




to 2 


2& OO 


?S 



292 



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STEEL STAMPS, LETTERS AND FIGURES 

Fop Stamping Iron, Steel, Brass, Wood, Ivory, Mechanics* Tools 
and Patented Articles. 




Letters. 



a! 


S, 

Eg 


h 

Sdo 


1 8 










s^ 


gg. 


ri 


•c •» 


Wfc 


a. 


a. 




A 


.36 


$2 50 


$ 7 50 


»V 


.25 


2 00 


6 00 


* 


.20 


1 50 


4 50 


tV 


.20 


I 50 


4 50 


rV 


.20 


I 50 


4 50 


k 


.20 


1 50 


4-50 


A 


.25 


2 00 


6 00 


T J , 


.30 


2 25 


6 75 


l /4 


.40 


3 00 


9 00 


ft 


.50 


3 75 


11 25 


>« 


.60 


4 50 


13 60 


TV 


.70 


5 25 


15 75 


J* 


.80 


6 00 


18 00 




Figrures. 



REVOLUTION COUNTERS. 





•No. 1 



No. 2 



No. 2 Alar? 

These Counters can be used on any machine, where it is desirable to keep an automatic record of the work 
performed. A. counter will 6oon pay for itself by preventing errors, and in the amount of time and labor it will 
save. Dials have large black figures that are easy to read at a distance, and by means of a key they can be in- 
stantly reset to zero or any number desired. 

No. 1. Counter, with 4 Dials, registering up to 10.000 Each, $ 8 00 

No. 2. u " 5 •» " " 100.000 "• 10 00 1 

..No. 2. •' " 5 " ** " 100,000 and with 4-inch gong to give alarm at each 

loo ;.;.. " 15 00| 



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293 



- ^ ^ ^ ^ - - § | _,-_ , -- - 



HACK SAW BLADES. 



PRICE LIST. 



6-inch ^>-inch w 









de. 



; .55 

.60 

.65 

.70 

.85 

.95 

1.05 

1.25 

1.50 

2.50 



per dozen $ 6.60 per gross 

~ 20 " 



7.8 
8.40 
10.20 
11.40 
12.60 
15.00 
18.00 
30.00 



XoTE—Our 14 inch blades are 13^3 inches from center of holes, and 17 inch Blades are 16^> 
nches from center of holes. All other sizes from center of holes. 

Our standard goods, as listed above, have 15 teeth to the inch. We also make 8, 9, 10, 11 and 
12-inch blades, 24 and 32 teeth per inch, at the same prices. Unless otherwise specified, 15- 
ooth blades are shipped in filling orders, 

For tool and machinery steel, 
Use 15-Point Saws. 

For brass, aluminum and soft metals, also for coarse tubing, 
Jse 24-Point Saws. 

For tubing higher than 20 gauge. 
Jse 32-Point Saws. 
Always use a new blade for cutting brass or tool steel. 

Discounts on Application. 




i 



Fifty cuts were made in this inch square bar of Jessops' Unannealed Tool Steel, by one 12*inch 
STERLING " Hack Saw Blade, in a power machine. 

The t4 STERLING " is the " Best Hack Saw in the World," 



294 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



"STERLING" HACK SAW FRAMES. 



SOLID. 




^Ld&.%i^ 





No. 20. ( 8 in. 9 in. 10 in. 12 in. 

2J^ in. deep] SO.OO 86.30 $6.60 $7.20 

This is a strong, durable frame, polished ; blade will face in four directions 



J Prr dozen. 

\ Without Blade. 



No. 2. l 8 in. 9 in. 10 in. 12 in. ) Per dozen. 

3^ in. deep { $8.40 S8.70 $9.00 $9.G0 ) Without Blade. 

This frame is 3^ in. deep, highly nickeled. Blade can be adjusted to four different angles. 
Black hardwood handle, strong, attractive and a good seller. 




This frame is light, strong in center, can easily be adjusted for blades of any size, from 8 i;;c!i 
to 12 inch. It is highly finished and very serviceable. Blade can be adjusted to four different 
angles. Price per dozen, $12.00. 






For workers of Iron, Steel and Metals, in the Mill Shop, or Works, where there's cutting to do 
the Hack Saw Blade is a constant necessity. Some are good, others poor, some better, only 

ONE BBST-BY TBST-THB STERLING HACK SAW. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



295 



STAR POWER HACK SAW. 




Probably there is no more popular or satisfactory machine of any description 
made than the Star Power Saw, as per illustration above. It adapts itself to all 
kinds of work and cuts all shapes and sizes up to i\& inches in diameter. It is self- 
feeding, requiring no attention while making a cut, and stops automatically when 
the work is completed. Blades used in the Star Power Saw get fair treatment and 
the saving made in them in this way will soon pay for a machine when there is much 
work to be done. It is arranged for blades either 10, 11 or 12 inches in length. 

Six 12 inch blades are furnished with each Machine. 

The Speed recommended is 45 strokes per minute. 

Size of Pullev 13}^ x 2\^ inches Xet weight 1H8 pounds. 

PRICE each $25.00. 



296 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CIRCULAR AND BAND SAWS, 




PRICE OF CIRCULAR SAWS. 



Diam- 
eter, 
inches. 


Thick- 
ness, 
gauge. 


Price, each. 


Extra for 

each 

Additional 

Gauge. 
(Heavier.) 


Puce per 

Gauge 

for Beveling 

New Saws. 
(GrindiDg or 
beveling old 
saws extra.) 


4 


19 


$ 1 00 


$ 03 


$ 14 


5 


19 


1 20 


04 


16 


6 


18 


1 40 


05 


18 


? 


18 


1 70 


06 


20 


•8 


18 


2 00 


08 


22 


9 


17 


2.50 


10 


25 


10 


16 


3 00 


12 


28 


11 


16 


3" 50 


14 


30 


12 


15 


3 75 


17 


35 


14 ' 


15 


4 50 


21 


40 


16 


14 


5 50 


•25- 


50 


18 


13 


7 00 


30 


60 


20 


13 


8 50 


35 


70 


22 


12 


10 00 


45 


80 


24 


li 


12 00 


55 


90 


26 


11 


14 00 


65 


1 05 


28- 


10 


16 00 


80 


1 20 


30 


10 


18 00 


90 


1 -30 


32 


10 


20 00. 


1.00 


1 40 


34 


9 


22 50 


1 20 


1 55: 


36 


9 


25 50 


1 40 N 


J 70 


38 


9 


30 00 


1 75 v 


1 85 


40 


9 


35 00 


2 00 


2 00 


42 


8 


42 00 


2 50 


2 20 


41 


8 


50 00 


3 00 


2 40 


46 


8 


60 00- 


3 50 


2 60 


48 


8 


70 00 


4 00 


2 80 


50 


7 


80 00 


4 50 


3 00 


52 


7 


90 00 


5 00 


3 25 


64 


7 


100 00 


6 00 


3 50 


56 


7 


115 00 


7 00 


3 75 


58 


7 


130.00 


8 00 


4 05 


60 


6 


145 00 


9 00 


4 35 


62 


6 


160 00 


10 00 


4 65 


64 


6 


180 00 


12 00 


5 00 


66 


6 


200 00 


15 00 


5 35 


68 


5 


225 00 


18 00 


5 75 


70 


5 


255 00 


21 00 


6 15 







290 00 


24 00 


6 55 


74 


5 


330 00 


27 00 


7 00 


'.6 





375 00 


30 00 


7 50 



44 inches: ii inches and larger beveled two gauges 'wit Hon; 
extra charge. Circular saws 48 ioches and larger, if made 
thinnor than 10 gauge, are not warranted. Add 10 per cent. 
to list for each gauge thinner than 10 gauge 



BAND SAWS. 



PER RUNNING FOOT. 



Giving the widths- kept in stock at all times, from 
which orders can be filled promptly. 



t^-NOT SET OR FILED. 

Y% usual gauge.. .22 per foot, 

...22 

X " ..-21 

A " •••si 

■H " • -21 

X " .--21 

.n " --.2i 

20 to 21 



n 
i , 
i% 

vx 
IX 

2 

2^ 

3 

S'A 

4 

4V 2 

5 

hy 2 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
lei 
14 



20 to 21 . 
20 to 21 . 
19 to 20 
19 to 20 . 
19 to 20 . 
17 to 19.. 
17 to 19. 
17 to 19. 
17 to 19. 
16 to 19 . 
16 to 19. 
16 to 19 . 
16 to 19. 
15 to 19. 
15 to 19 . 
14 to 17. 
14 to 17. 
14 to 17 . 
14 to 17. 
14 to 17. 
14 to 17.. 
12 to 14-. . 



\ 



$ 15 

15 

15 

17 

17 

19 

21 

22 

24 

25 

27 

30 

37 

65 

85 

1 05 

1 25 

1 45 

1 65 

1 S5 

2 05 

2 25 
2.65 

3 05 
3 45 

3 85 

4 35 
J> 00 
6 00 
1 00 



Band Saws, when ordcieu ura/cd. filed or set, 
will be charged extra for bra?mg, f>bng or setting. 
AD Saws guaranteed to be made from tb* best of 
material. and fully warranted when properly used. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



297 



SPEED INDICATORS, 




The ordinary speed indicatoi 
is extremely unsatisfactory, as 
it is cheaply constructed, is 
inaccurate and easily worn out. 

The indicator here shown 
is a first-class tool in every 
respect. 

It can be run at the highest 
speed without heating; the end 
of the spindle being provided 
with a special frictionless 
bearing-. 

The dial, can be set to the 
zero mark without turning the 
spindle, and the dial provides 
for reading the revolutions of 
the shaft turning in either direc- 
tion. 

In addition to the ordinary 
steel point, two rubber tips are 
supplied. The cone-shaped tip 
instantly starts -when pressed 
against the end of a shaft that 
has been centered, and the flat- 
faced lip is used for shafts which 
have not been centered. 

Price each, net. . . #1.00. 

If leatherette ease for indi- 
cator is desired, it will be 
supplied for 50 cents extra. 



298 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




PORTABLE KEY-SEATING MACHINES 

n all sizes, to be operated either by hand, electric motor, flexible shaft or pulley. 

WITH these machines it is not necessary to remove shafting 
from their hangers or boxes to cut a key-seat and in this 
way a pulley or coupling can be applied very quickly, 
they are all provided with either automatic or hand feed while 
cutting, and have an indicator to show the depth cut in the 
shaft The machines will mill 4 inches and 6 inches respectively, 
before it is necessary to move the base forward on the shaft. 
An operator can easily cut a key-seat 12 inches long by y s wide, 
5-16 inch deep in one hour, and other sizes in proportion. 

No. i machine will mill key-seats in any size shafting from % to 4% inches in diameter 
the following widths, M inch (by sixteenths) to and including 1% inches. 
p . Complete with full set cutters, boxed, $40.00 Net. 

Krice weight, net, 45 lbs.; boxed, 70 lbs.; measurements, 12 in. x 12 in. x 22 in. 

No. \%. machine, while it is designed especially for cutting key-seats in loom and other 
machine shafts, where the shafting extends 3 or more inches through bearings, it will do 
all that the No. 1 machine will, besides it will cut key-way to within 1 inch of the face of 

box. 

p . Complete, with full set cutters, boxed, $50.00 Net. 

Knee w e ight, net, 65 lbs ; boxed, 90 lbs.; measurements, 12 in. x 12 in. x 22 in. 

No. 2 machine will mill key-seats in any size shafting from 2 inches to 8 inches in 
diameter the following widths, from 14 inch (by sixteenths) to \% inches and I l / 8 inches 
( by eighths) to 2 inches. 

p . Complete, with full set cutters, boxed, $60.00 Net. 

Krice weight, net, 86 lbs.; boxed, 113 lbs.; measurements, 12 in. x 13 in. x 24 in. 

By adding $5.00 to the price of these machines, will furnish a pulley attachment, 
whereby they can be driven by belt power as well* as by hand. 

COMBINATION MACHINE. 




T 1 



*HIS ILLUSTRATION shows a combination of two 
very valuable labor saving machines, a PORTABLE 
KEY-SEATER in combination with a CONTINUOUS 
KEY- WAY or SPLINE CUTTER. 

The advantages of this machine will be apparent to 
engineers, machine tool builders, millwrights, manu- 
facturers and all others using shafting. 

As a CONTINUOUS KEY-WAY or SPLINE-CUTTER 
it will mill accurately and in perfect alignment, any size 
key-way or spline, from % in. by sixteenths to IK in., 
and from 1^ in. by eighths to 2 in., any depth not ex- 
ceeding %in., at the rate of one inch per minute, an> 
length required, and tale any size shaft from % in. to 
6 in. in diameter. 

To use it as a PORTABLE KEY-SEATER, disconnect 
two bolts from the stand of the Continuous Key- Way 
Cutter and apply Yoke and Crank and you have a No. 2 PORTABLE KEY-SEATER, that 
will mill any size shafting from 2 in. to 8 in. in diameter the folio wiing widths, viz.: From 
y± in. by sixteenths to IK in., and from lyk in. by eighths to 2 in., any depth not exceeding 
% in., and this machine is provided with either automatic or hand feed while cutting, and 
has an indicator to show the depth cut in shaft. The machine will mill 6 in. before it is 
necessary to move the base forward on the shaft. An operator can easily cut a key-seat 12 
in. long bv K in. wide 5-16 in. deep in one hour by hand, and other sizes in proportion. 

COMBINATION MACHINE complete, with counter shaft and full set cutters 
Price boxed, $200.00 Net. 

Weight, net 400 lbs. ; boxed 500 lbs.; measurements, 22 in. x 31 in. x 48 in. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



299 




GALVANIZED FIRE PAILS. 

Painted Red Outside, Flat Bottoms. For 
Factories, Warehouses and Steamboats. 



Quarts . . 
Per gross 



10 



12 



14 



In ordering always mention whether the 
plain galvanized or painted fire pa*ils are desired. 

GALVANIZED FIRE PAILS. 

Painted Red Outside. Round Bottoms. 



Quarts . . . 
Per gross . 



10 



12 



14 



In ordering always mention whether the 
plain galvanized or painted fire pails are desired. 



GALVANIZED OIL AND GASOLINE CANS— 3IcNutt. 



Strong, Serviceable, Air-Tight. 

Patent Stamped Tin Breast and Galvanized 

Bottom and Body. 

_ Gallon per gross, 

3 " " 




Every Can Tested by Compressed Air and 
guaranteed to be tight. 

The 5-gallon has Iron Breast, Bottom and 
Body. 

2 and 3 gallon, crated, 1 dozen iu a crate. 

5 << " i " 

C 2 gallon, 37 lbs. 
] 3 " 41 " 
( 5 " 70 " 



300 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Galvanized Oil Tanks— The 
Competitor. 

The body and bottom of this tank are made 
of Galvanized Iron, and the hood of Heavy Tin 
Plate. Constructed in nearly all respects like 
the Winchell's Patent Tank. Made of Galvan- 
ized Iron and Japanned. Has a Wood Bottom, 
also a stationary Drip Pan and a Removable 
Pump, with an upright handle. It is introduced 
to meet" the demand for a cheap Tank. 

Capacity 30 gallon each, 

" 60 " " 

With Measures and Funnels.- " 




Galvanized Oil Tank— The 
Perfection. 

This Tank is the same as the Winchell's 
Patent Tank with the exception- of the Drip Pan, 
which is stationary. Pump fitted with Brass 
Valves, Steel Rod and Brass Tube outlet. In all 
respects a first-class Tank. 

Capacity 60 gallon , each, 

With Measures and Funnels 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



301 



mm 10lb 

DIXON'S 

AMEBICAN E 



JOS. 



•DIXON 



J$itf 



#£## 



DIXON'S 

Pure Flake 

Lubricating Graphite 

Largely increases the effi- 
ciency of all oils and greases 
and reduces friction success- 
fully where all other lubri- 
cants fail. 



No. 632— 1 lb. 


cans, 20 cts. each. 


" 633— 5 " 


tin cans, So " " 


" 634— 10 " 


" $1.60 


" 644— 25 " 


boxes, 15 cts. peril). 


" 645— 50 " 


14M •« 


" 646—100 " 


kegs, 14 


" 647—350 " 


bbls. 12 " 



DIXON'S 

Graphite 

Pipe=Joint Compound 

Far better and cheaper than Red 
Lead. Indispensable for Gas Com- 
panies, Railroads, for Manufac- 
turers of all Kinds, for Plumbers. 
Steam Fitters, Machinists, En- 
gineers, Manufacturers' Radiators. 
Etc., Boiler and Engine Makers. 
Quarries, Mining Companies, Etc. 



No. 693— 1 lb. 


pa* 


•kaye, 


20 cts. 


poi 


lb. 


" 694— 5 •• 




" 


18 " 






" 695— 10 " 




" 


15 " 






" 696— 25 " 




" 


14 " 






« 697— 50 " 




" 


13% " 


♦ 




f 698—100 " 




" 


13 " 


« 





10 



H9:f\ 



* DIXON'S 695| 

GRAPHITE illlffil 

^JoiktComp^ 

;; 5t *am or Gas P^,B wTS^|jj|g 
j "SE SAME AS RED LEAP|||j| 

IL^WWIUMO 0NIYAH0 WA R BA»«P^ 



302 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 

CALLAHAN'S 

"Old Reliable' Pipe Joint Cement 

In Screw or Flange Joints, for Water, Hot or Cold, Oil, Gas or 
Chemicals. Will cure leaking tanks. Fifteen years established repu- 
tation. Price, 40 cents per lb. 

Callahan's Rubber Roof Cement. 

Will stick to a wet roof. Never gets hard in packages. Price, 6c. per lb. 

Callahan's Elastic and Durable Paint Oil. 

For roof painting. Superior to linseed oil for roofing. Price, 7c. per lb. 

Callahan's Non=Corrosive and Non=Poisonous Soldering Fluid. 

$2.00 per gallon. 

Callahan's Anti=Slip Belt Dressing. 

Instantly stops all slipping belts. A perfect leather preservative 
Price, 50c. per lb. 




KOHLBRAND 

Anchor Steam 

IBoiler Compound. 



THE ONLY ANTMNCRUSTATOR IN THE WORLD. 



THIS COMPOUND IS SOLIDIFIED IN ONE POUND CANS. EACH CAN IS 
A WEEK'S DOSE. PUT UP IN 25, 50 AND 100 POUND PACKAGES. 



PRICE, NET, 25 CENTS PER POUND. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



303 



WITTS CORRUGATED CAN 



For Waste of All Kinds 



Meets the demand in factories for a strong, 
easily handled can. Body is one piece — No. 
23 gauge steel — so corrugated that a ilat mar- 
gin is left at both top and bottom to which 
the bands are riveted ; corrugations are 2 in. 
on centers and extend entirely around the can. 
Heavy steel bands around top and bottom. 
Strongest and most durable can made. Lids 
and bottom are one piece each, stamped out 
of No. 21 steel. Lids fit close, making can 
air tight. Entire can galvanized after being 
made. Made in three sizes : 



No. I,15%x26 in. 
Weight, 26 lbs. 



No. 2. 18x26 in. 
28 lbs. 



. 3,20% x 26 in. 

30 lbs. 




WITT'S CORRUGATED PAIL 

A Small Reproduction of Witt's Can. 




Its close fitting lid and the material of which 
it is made makes it an air-tight fire-proof ves- 
sel for holding temporarily, garbage and ashes. 
It is also better, stronger, and more economical 
than the ordinary bucket for servants, janitors, 
stablemen, etc. Used as a slop bucket, scrub 
bucket, and for any purpose which a bucket 
maybe used. Made in two sizes: 

No. 7, 11 x 13 in. No. 8, IS x 13 in. 

Capacity. 5 gals. Capacity, 7 gals. 



Further Information and Prices on Application. 



304 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



OILERS. 

MADE FROM COPPERIZED SWEDOH STEEL. 
ALSO FURNISHED WITH 

NICKELPLATED FINISH. 






R. 


R. OILERS. 






Number. 


Capacity. 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Height. 
Inches. 


Nozzle. 
Inches. 


Price 
per doz. 


10 


1 pint. 


3% 


5 


12 


14.00 


11 


1 quart. 


4M 


6 


18 


18.00 


17 


1 pint. 


3% 


5 


12 


18.00 


18 


1 quart. 


4M 


6 


18 


21.00 


101 


1 " 


4^ 


6 


10 


18.00, 


111 


2 " 


5 


8. 


10 or 14 


20.00 



OILERS. 



TEXTILE MILL SYPHON 


OILERS. 


Number. 


Capacity. 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Height. 
Inches. 


Nozzle. 
Inches. 


Pric^ 
pergro. 


t 
' 2 


Kpint 


2% 
2H 


4K 




3 

5 


48.00 
52.00 



L 


AMPS— Single Burner. 


Number. 


Capacity. 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Price. 


20 


Y pint 


3% 


6.00 


2W 


2* " ' 


3^ 


9.00 


21 


1 " 


4^ 


12.00 


22 


1 


3M 


9.00 


23 


iH " 


4 


12.00 



Number. 


Capacity; 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Nozzle. 

Inches. 


Price per Joz 


12 


>4 P^t 


VA 


2Y 


4.50 


13 


Y " 


W& 


3 


5.50 


13 A 


Y " 


3K 


5 


6.00 


14 


Y " 


3^ 


. 9 


6 50 


14 A 


H " 


m 


3 


7 50 


14 AA 




m 


5 


8.00 


14 B 


Y " 


m 


9 


8.50 


15 


l " 


4^ 


3 


9.25 


.15 A 


l « 


4>B 


5 


9.75 


16 


1 i " 


4Va 


9 


10.50 





FILLERS— Screw Top. 




Number. 


Capacity. 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Nozzle. 
Inches. 


Price per doz 


19 

19 A 
210 
211 


1 pint 

\y % " 

1 qt. 

2 " 


4K 
4^ 
5 
6 


Wz 
4 
5 
6 


14.00 
17.00 
20.00 
24 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



305 



ENGINEERS' OILER SETS. 



MADE OF COPPERIZED SWEDOH STEEL. 




WITH ROUND TRAY. 
No. Per Set. 

30W. Five Pieces, "Copperized Swedoh" Steel (counting Tray) 5.00 

40W. Six " " " " " " 7 00 

50W. Five " Nickelplated " " ■« " 7.00 

60W. Six " " " " " " 10.00 



35W. Five Pieces, 

45W. Six 

55 W. Five " Nickelplated 

65W. Six 



WITH OVAL TRAY. 
Copperized Swedoh " Steel 



7.00 
10.00 

8.00 
11.00 




Locomotive or Engineers Torches. 

DURABLE— NON-EX PLOSIVE. 





No. 110, 
Engineers Torch, 



COPPER PLHTED, 

No. 26, 1-pint, 2 inch diameter, 15 inch high, Brass Cap and Tube, per doz .... $12 00 per doz.. $9 00 

No. 27, X%- pint, 2 inch diameter, 4i£ inch high, Brass Cap and Tube, per doz . v . 12 00 

No. 28, lquart, 4 oz.. b%. inch diameter. 4^ inch high. Brass Cap and Tube, per doz , ,. 15 00 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





ENGINEERS' HAND OILERS. 



PERFECTION FILLER CANS. 

No 40 1 pu $10 00 $15 00 

No. 41. I qt L2 00 18 00 

No. 42. 2 qt U 50 21 00 

No 44. 4 qt... 18 00 «rjth bail 30 00 



18 00 
21 50 
27 00 
42 00 



No. 250. % pt 

No. 270. 1 pt. 

No. 290. 1 qt. 

No. 310. 2 qt 



$ 5 00 
.. 6 00 
.. 9 00 
. . 15 00 



10 50 
15 00 
21 00 



PERFECTION HAND '.OILERS. 

No. 25. % pt $ 8 00 $12 00 

No. 27. I pt 9 00 13 50 

No. 29- 1 qt 12 00 18 00 

No. 31. 2 qt 18 00 25 00 



$12.00 
13 50 
18 00 
24 00 




ckel, perdoa. 






BENZINE CANS. 




$14 50 










17 00 






Tin, per ooz. 


Brass, per d 


22 50 


No. IOC . 




,.$12 OQ 


$18 00 


30 00 


No. 104. 


. . o 


, . „,„ ... 15 00 


24 00 




ROUND TRAY 
No. 30 K. Five pieces, brass (counting tray). . 6.00 i| 
&o. 40.K. Six " «• " " . 9.00 || 

These Engineers' Sets are made of heacy brass and handsomely finished. 



No. 50 K. Five pieces, nickel (counting tray ). . 
No. 60 K. .Six " " ".«•.. 



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307 



Acme Oil* Filter. 



...DESCRIPTION... 

It is built of heavy galvanized iron, the filtering materials employed are animal 
boneblack or charcoal, recognized by the oil refiners as the best oil hitering medium 
extant. 

Nos. 1,2,3 and 4 have steam connections, inducing greater and more effective filter 
ing capacity. In accompanying figure "A" is receptacle for oil to be filtered, the oil 
falls by its own weight, rises by gravity through water and filtering material (immersed 
in water) and is drawn off from faucets" as shown. ' *C" indicates filtering material and 
its location. "D" is pan that catches diit precipitated bj^ oil coming in contact with 
water. ■ 'E" is double bottom or steam chamber for heating the water in Nos. 1, 2 and 3. 
No. 4 is equipped with steam coil in bottom. ' ' F" is inlet "utlet is on reverse side for 
steam for heaiing filter. 



We use 

Animal 

Boneblack, 

the 

best 

known 

Filtering 

Medium. 




We do 

not use 

Cotton 

Waste, 

which soon 

becomes 

Foul and 

Inefficient 



NET PRICE LIST. 



No. 



Gallons Capacity 



FILTERS 
Gallons everv 24 hours 



PRICE. 






1 7 ! 


H to 2 


$15 00 


1 


10 


3 to 4 


20 00 


2 


25 


4 to 7 


30 00 


3 


50 


10 to 16 


40 00 


- 


; ioo 


25 to 35 


75 00 



No. has no Steam Connections. 

No-.;, 1, 2 and 3 have double bottoms as shown in cut, for admission of steam; No, 4 is 
equipped with wrought iron coil, located in the double bottom. 

Steam attachment will increase filtering capacity about 10 per cent. Nos, 0,1, 2 a c* 
fiftre kept constantly on hand ; No. 4 is made on order only. 



i 



308 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON 

No. 91— White's 1 -^8^1 Giant Portable. 
Melting Furnace. 

FOR GASOLINE. 

Will jrielt 100 pounds Zinc Lead or Babbitt in 20 minutes. 

NO FACTORY IS COMPLETE WITHOUT ONE OF THESE MACHINES. 

Height 39 inches 

Weight 1 45 pounds 

Capacity . 10 gallons 

Price... $60.00 each 

j$y£ inch Melting Pot .$4.00 each 




Every Shop Should Have One of These Machines. 




No. 48.— Giant Brazer 
Gasoline. 

Height 40 inches 

Weight 100 pounds 

Consumes 3J£ gallons in 10 hours 

Capacity.- * ,.10 gallons 

Price, each. . $32.00 



No. 45.— Combination Brazer 
and Forge, Gasoline. 

Height 38 inches 

Weight 80 pounds 

Capacity 10 gallons 

Consumes 3 gallons in 10 hours 

Price, each $31.00 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



309 




Gasoline I ••«<* Blast- 1 Blow Torches. 



—Electric Torch. 

Height 8 inches 

Weight ...2 lbs. 

Diameter .3'/i inches 

Capacity . ... \\A pints 

Consumption y£ pint per hou 

A. $4.50 





No. 21.— Ccmbination Torch. 

Height 10 inches 

Weight 4 lbs. 

Diameter. - \% inches 

Capacity 1 quart 

Consumption y? pint per hour 
Price, each. 5.50 





No. 20.— Brazers 

Torch. 

Height Q l / 2 inches 

Weight 4>£ lbs. 

Diameter 4)4 inches 

Capacity 1 epiart 

Consumes '< pint per 
hour. 
Price, each, $6.00 



No. 22. — Imperial 
Torch. 

Height 9 inches 

Weight 3 lbs. 

Diameter 4>^ inches 

Capacity 1 quart 

Consumption l / 2 pint per 
hour. 
Price, each, $5.00 



Gasoline Furnaces. 



No. 31.— Combination Furnace. 

Height 16 inches 

Weight 9>4 lbs. 

Capacity 1 gallon 

Tank 18 gauge brass 

Not effected by wind or rain. 
Price, each, $8.50 



No. 42. — Pioneer Coil Furnace. 

Height 17?-4 inches 

Weight 914 lbs. 

Capacity 1 gallon 

All parts interchangeable with H. J. & C. 
pattern. 

Price, each, $4.50 




310 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WATER WORKS TOOLS. 





L-446, CLOW'S IMPROVED MELTING FURNACE ON WHEELS. 



ON LEGS - - • 

ON WHEELS 

ON WHEELS. WITH GASOLINE BURNER AND RESERVOIR ATTACHMENT 



EACH 
EACH 
EACH 



35.00 
50.00 
75.00 



30.00 
45.00 
70.00 



The No. 1 Furnaces are the standard size, and can be used on the largest work, while the No. 2 are designed for 
lighter service. 




EACH I 58 00 NUMBER 2 ............ . EACH 52 00 



Ringed Covers for Pots furnished to order Add to list No 1, $5.00; No. 2, S3. 50. 
Descriptive catalogue of Melting Furnaces will be 3ent upon application 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



311 




TAR MELTING FURNACES. -L-455. 



PRICE, COMPLETE 



Designed to meet the requirements for a thoroughly reliable Tar Melting Furnace. 
it is constructed of the best material, and gives excellent satisfaction. 
Send for Catalogue of Melting Furnaces. 



Like our Lead Melting Furnaces, 





STEAM JACKET KETTLE. 

STEAM JACKET KETTLES. -L-457. 



CALDRON KETTLE. 



CAPACITY GALLONS 

OIAMETER INCHES 

DEPTH INCHES 

PRICE EACH 



13 

1-2 

28 00 



~r 



ti 



25 



T 






33 10 

i 23 29 

16 I 17 I 21 I 22 

32 00 I 40.00 | 50.00 | 60.00 j 65 00 85 00 1 10 00 



> i 



These Kettles are made of vrry thick metal, put together without 6tay-bolts, have ample steam space, are pacVed with 
asbestos sheet packing, tapped for inlet and drip pipes, and unless ordered for higher pressure are tested to 75 pounds 
hydraulic pressure to the square inch, and are guaranteed perfect and safe for the pressure named. 







CALDRON KETTLES. -L-459. 










CAPACITY GALLONS 


2.5 


33 1 41 


43 


53 65 


75 


90 110 


170 


230 ; 


DIAM. OUTSIDE OF FLANGE . INCHES 


23 


31 1 34 


35 


36 


39 


41 


4? 4 


61 


62^ 


DIAM. INSIDE OF FLANGE .INCHES 


24 


28 ' 30 


31 


32 


34 


36 


38 42 


54 


58 


DEPTH , INCHES 


16 


16 1 19 


19 


20 


204 


22 


22 23 


24 


31 


price e*:h 


6.00 


8 0) , 10.00 


12.00 


13.00 


14.00 


13.00 


25 00 j 30 00 


50.00 


TO 00 



All sixes above 75 gallons are cast without lugs on rim unless specially ordered. 

Any of the above Kettles may be tapped for outlet pipes at an extra charge of *2.50 net. 

We cin nuke any of our Kettles of any desired thigknesa of metal on short notice. 



■^ 



312 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LEATHER BELT. 




We strictly maintain the grade of our leather belting, and our 
customers can depend upon receiving exactly the quality called for by 
their order. We furnish three grades : ^he several 

grades furnished by us are fully guaranteed to be of the quality repre- 
sented. In sending for estimates, state quality desired. 



PRICE PER LINEAL FOOT. 



Subject to Discount. 



I 

Hi 

1% 

2 
2 l / 2 

*K 

3 

2>% 
3* 

3^ 
4 

4^ 
5 



-inch. 



.$o 14 

. 19 

. 24 

• 29 

• 34 

• 39 

• 43 
. 48 

• 53 
. 58 

• 63 
. 67 
. 72 
. 82 

• 9i 
. 1 01 



6 

7 

8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 

17 

18 

19 

20 



■inch . 



. 1 
. 1 
. 1 
. 1 

. 1 
. 2 
. 2 
. 2 
. 2 
. 2 
. 2 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 

• 3 



21-inch *• .$3 ?9 



22 
24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
30 
32 
34 
35 
36 
40 
44 



07 
44 
63 
81 
00 
18 

55 
92 
29 
48 
66 
40 
14 



8 88 



Double belts twice the price of single. 

For table of horse-power of belting, see Engineering Notes, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



31c 



TWIST LEATHER BELTING 



yi inch in diameter, per foot- 
TV inch in diameter, per foot 
X inch in diameter, per foot 
A inch in diameter, per ioot 
Y% inch in diameter, per foot 



PRICE LIST 

' $o 08 'y z inch in diameter, per foot 

1 2 >4 inch in diameter, per foot 

17 3,4 inch in diameter, per foot 

22 y± inch in diameter, per foot 

27 inch in diameter, per foot 



So 38 

4-S 

60 

' So 

96 




RAW HIDE ROPE 



% inch in diameter, per foot 
Y~ inch in diameter,. per foot 



PRICE 
So iS 



LIST 



s inch in diameter, per foot 5o' 24 • 

r - inch in diameter, per foot 27 

A inch in diameter, per foot 30 

?s inch in diameter, per foot 36 

- ; 4. inch in diameter, per foot 46 

% inch in diameter, per foot 60 

inch in diameter, per foot 72 




314 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




NET PRICE LIST OF AMERICAN PATENT 
JOINT LEATHER LINK BELTING 

PER RUNNING FOOT 





Factory Size-v 


Dvmamo Size 


For Extra Heaw Work 


Width of Helt 










Indies 














7-1 r. hich Thick 


0-iMnch Thick 


ii-ifi Inch Thick 


ft Inch ThiCk 


1 Inch Thick 


1 


$0 20 


$0 20 


So 2 s 


$0 30 


>o ^5 


'M 


30 


30 


jS 


45 


5* 


2 


40 


40 


SO 


60 


70 


*% 


5° 


50 


03 


75 


S7 


3 


60 


60 


75 


90 


1 05 


iV 2 


70 


70 


88 


' °5 


1 22 


4 


80 


So 


i 00 


1 20 


r 40 


A'A 




90 


1 "3 


1 35 


1 57 


5 • 




t 00 


r 25 


1 50 


■ 75 


9A 




I lO 


1 38 


1 o s ? 


1 92 


6 




1 20 


» 50 


1 80 


2 10 


7 





I 40 


1 75 


2 10 


2 4S 


8 


-a 
a 


1 60 


2 00 


2 40 


2 80 


9 




2 25 


2 70 


3 >5 


10 


H 





2 5° 


3 °° 


3 50 


1 1 


Ja j£ 




2 75 


3 3° 


3 85 


1 2 

•3 
M 


2* 

5 




3 O0 
3 *S 

3 5o 


3 °o 

3 90 

4 20 


4 ^0 
4 55 
4 90 


»5 






3 75 


4 so 


5 ?S 


16 


-£■£ 


?! — 


4 00 


4 So 


5 60 


iS 


■^ 


"5> -* 


4 50 


5 40 


30 


20 


, 




5 00 


6 00 


7 00 


22 


-a 


^•S 


5 50 


* 6 (.0 


7 70 


24 


> 


'7> 


6 00 


7 20 


S 10 


:6 




a3 


6 c,o 


7 vSO ' 


9 10 


3° 




-0 


7 so 


00 


sc 


5^ 




> 


9 00 


:o 80 


1 2 bo 



Can be made absolutely waterproof without extra charge. 
The patent joint or hinge is. not put in belts narrower than foti 
special request and at special prices. 



unless 1.) 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



315 



PATENT PERFORATED ELECTRIC 
LEATHER BELTING 




The patent wire screw fastenings which are put in our Electric 
Belts bind the leather firmly together and leave the surface of the belt 
perfectly smooth, so that it can be run at pleasure on either side ; nor 
do they make the belt stiff and clumsy, as when riveted, pegged or sewed 
with warx thread or lacing. They cannot be worn off. 

We claim that our Electric is the most perfect and reliable belt 
ever introduced, and deserves the attention of all consumers of Leather 
Belting. We give a full guarantee with every belt. 



DOUBLE ELECTRIC AND PERFORATED BELTING 

POSITIVELY NET LIST FOR DOUBLE-PLY BELTING. ADOPTED NOV. 15, 1899 



Width 


Price 


Width 


Price 


Width 


Price 


Width 


Price 


Indies 


per Foot 


Inches 


per Foot 


Indies 


per Foot 


I Inches 


per Foot 


, 


$0 15 


7 


*i 43 


iS " 


£3 66 


36 


$7 33 


>K 


26 


8 


i ? 6 3 


20 


4 07 


40 


8 14 




37 


9 


1 s 4 


22 


4 4§ 


44 


8 95 


"•*# 


47 


10 


2 04 


23 


4 69 


4 s 


9 77 


3 


58 


1 1 


2 24 


24 


4 88 


5 2 


10 58 


3/2 


69 


12 


2 44 


2 § 


5 29 


f 


11 40 


4 


79 


T 3 


2 65 


2S 


5 70 


60 


12 21 


A% 


90 


14 


285 


30 


6 11 


I 64 


13 02 


5 


1 00 


T 5 


3 ° 6 


3 2 


6 51 


68 


1384 


6 


1 21 i 


i 16 


3 26 


i 34 


6 92 


1 < 2 


14 65 



N. B. — These bells are all double-ply.. When ordering, state if belts -run at 
high or low speed. 

We perforate belts without extra charge for high speed when desired. 



316 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE QANDY BELT PRICE LIST. 



4-PLY. 



6-PLY. 



10-PLY. 



l^inch 


..$ 13Kperft. 


3 inch 




IX ■• 


.. 15* " 


3^ * 




2 " > 


,. 18 " 


4 " 




2K " 


.. 20 tf " 


VA « 




2y 2 - 


. . 22^ ■ 


5 « 




2^ - 


. . 24# " 


6 M 




3 " 


... 27 


7 




sy 2 - 


... 81# « 


8 " 




4 « 


.. 36 


9 « 




5 " 


... 45 


10 " 




6 « 


... 54 


12 M 




7 « 


... 63 


13 " 




8 « 


... 72 


14 u 




9 « 


..81 


15 " 




10 " 


... 90 


16 « 




11 « 


... 99 


17 " 




12 « 


.,. 1 08 


18 " 





.$ 36 per ft. 

42 

48 

54 

60 

72 

84 

96 
1 08 
1 20 
. 1 44 
1 56 
1 68 
1 80 

1 92 

2 04 
2 16 



90 per ft. 


12 inch.. 


..$2 40 


1 05 " 


14 " .. 


.. 2 80 


1 20 " 


15 " .. 


.. 3 00 


1 35 " 


16 " .. 


.. 3 20 


1 50 - 


18 " .. 


.. 3 60 


1 65 " 


20 « .. 


.. 4 00 


1 80 " 


22 " .. 


.. 4 40 


2 10 " 


24 " ., 


.. 4 80 


2 25 « 


26 " .. 


.. 5 20 


2 40 " 


28 " .. 


.. 5 60 


2 55 " 


30 " .. 


.. 600 


2 70 " 


36 " .. 


;. 7 20 


3 00 " 


40. " .. 


.. 8 00 


3 60 " 


44 " ,. 


.. 880 


4 50 " 


48 " .. 


.. 9 60 


5 40 " 


54 « .. 


. . 10 80 


6 CO " 


60 " .. 


.. 12 00 




WIRE-SCREWED SOLID ROUND BELTING 

We are now mak- 
ing a solid round 
leather belt made 
from several pieces 
of leather cemented 
together, and fast- 
ened with our copper , 

wire SCreWS which r i\v& illustration slows how firmly the screws hold the leather 

are forced into the leather, and make the belt firm and solid, so that 
it cannot work apart. 

PRICE LIST 

$o 23 i}{ inches in diameter, per foot $1 00 

25 1 y z inches in diameter, per foot . 1 35 

36 \% inches in diameter, per foot 

46 2 inches in diameter, per foot 

60 2)4 inches in. diameter, per foot 

72 2)4 inches in diameter, per foot 
»5 



inch in diameter, per foot 
inch in diameter, per foot 
inch in diameter, per foot 
inch in diameter, per foot 
inch in diameter, per foot 
inch in diameter, per foot 
inches in diameter, per foot 



75 
2 15 

2 55 
2 95 



SOLID ROUND BELTING 




Diameter 


Price 


laches 


Per Foo 


% . . 


, . £0 07 


t : : 


, . 09 


. , 14 


T"o * * 


. . 18 


H • « 


. . 24 



I 



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317 



"GIANT BELTING 

Seamless and Stitched." 

^REGISTERED TRADE MARK.) 






THE original: 

THE BEST BEL 




The Original Stitched Belt. 

The Best Belt Ever Made. 



THIS BELT IS MORE ECONOMICAL 
THAN ANY OTHER. 

The plies are strongly frictioned and stitched together and cannot 
separate. 

It runs perfectly true on the pulleys. 

Either side can be run next to the pulley, both being perfectly smooth. 

The cover, being seamless, cannot break or crack. 

An 8-inch 4-ply endless belt parted ten feet from the splice, under 
about 9,500 lbs. tensile strain, thus showing the strength of the belt 
and splice. 

It will transmit more power than any other belt. 

It will give satisfaction where other belts have failed. 

At double the cost it is better value than any other kind of rubber or 
duck belting. 

We guarantee it to be equal to leather for straight driving belt in drv 
places, while the average cost is one third less. 



318 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 

GIANT BELTING 

( Continued) 

In damp places it is far superior. 

The greatest evidence of the worth of this belt is shown by our com- 
petitors continually, but unsuccessfully, attempting to imitate or improve 
upon it. 

It has practically no stretch. It will save vexatious delays and loss 
of time and money. 

List price same as on regular rubber belting. 



SEAMLESS BELTING 

"SHAWMUT," (Not Stitched) 




New Style " Seamless." Old Style Seam. 



This belting is made of a heavy, close-woven duck and high-grade 
rubber. After making seamed belts for a long time, we discarded that 
method many years ago, and now make our belting seamless. A lon^ 
experience shows that the life of a seamless belt far exceeds that of the 
old style seamed belt. 

Either side can be run next to the pulley. 

All of our belting is made with a smooth surface, and is thoroughly 
stretched. 

Special orders for belting of any thickness and width (up to 99 inches) 
can be executed within a week from receipt of the order. 



— 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



319 



RUBBER BELTING. 




REGULAR LIST 

(All Brands) 



Inch. 


2 Ply. 


3-Ply. 


4-Ply. 


5-Ply. 


6-Ply. 


7-Ply. 


8-Ply. 


1 


$0 07 


$0 09 


#0 11 










IK 


09 


11 


13 










VA 


11 


13 


15 


#0 19 








m 


13 


15 


17 


21 








2 


15 


17 


21 


26 


$0 31 






2 l .> 


18 


22 


26 


32 


39 






3 


22 


26 


31 


38 


46 






3 1 ., 


26 


30 


37 


46 


55 






4 


30 


34 


42 


52 


63 


$0 73 




4 l o 


33 


39 


47 


58 


70 


82 




5 


36 


43 


52 


65 


78 


91 




6 


43 


52 


62 


77 


93 


1 08 


$1 24 


7 


51 


60 


73 


91 


1 09 


1 27 


1 46 


8 


59 


70 


84 


1 05 


1 26 


1 47 


1 68 


9 


67 


80 


95 


1 18 


1 42 


1 66 


1 90 


10 


75 


90 


1 07 


. 1 33 


1 60 


1 87 


2 14 



320 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



RUBBER BELTING 



REGULAR LIST 



{Continued} 



Inch. 


2-Ply. 


3-Ply. 


4rPly. 


5-Ply. 


6-Ply. 


7-Ply. 


8-Ply. ' 


11 


$0 83 


$1 00 


$1 18 


$1 47 


$1 77 


$2 06 


$2 36 


12 


91 


1 08 


1 30 


1 62 


1 95 


2 27 


2 60 


13 


1 00 


1 18 


1 42 


1 77 


2 13 


2 48 


2 84 


14 


1 08 


1 28 


1 54 


1 92 


2 31 


2 69 


3 08 


15 


1 16 


1 38 


1 66 


2 07 


2 49 


2 90 


3 32 


16 


1 25 


1 50 


1 78 


2 22 


2 67 


3 11 


3 56 


18 


1 41 


1 70 


2 02 


2 52 


3 03 


3 53 


4 04 


20 


1 58 


1 90 


2 26 


2 82 


3 39 


3 95 


4 52 


22 


1 76 


2 12 


2 52 


\ 3 15- 


3 78 


4 41 


5 04 


24 


1 96- 


2 36 


2 80 


3 50 


4 20 


4 90 


5 60 


26 


2 16 


2 60 


3 08 


3 85 


4 62 


5 39 


6 16 


28 


2 36 


2 84 


3 36 


4 20 


5 04 


5 88 


6 72 


30 






3 64 


4 55 


5 46 


6 37 


7 28 


32 






3 92 


4 90 


5 88 


6 86 


7 84 


34 






4 20 


5 25 


6 30 


7 35 


8 40. 


36 






4 48 


5 60 


6 72 


7 84 


8 96 I 


38 






4 76 


5 95 


7 14 


8 33 


9 52 1 


40 






5 04 


6 30 


7 56 


8 82 


10 08 1 


42 






5 32 


6 65 


7 98 


9 31 


10 64 1 


44 






5 60 


7 00 


8 40 


9 80 


11 20 1 


46 






5 88 


7 35 


8 82 


10 29 


11 76 1 


48 






6 16 


7 70 


9 24 


10 78 


12 32 


50 






6 44 


8 05 


9 66 


11 27 


12 88 


52 






6 72 


8 40 


10 08 


11 76 


13 44 


54 






7 00 


8 75 


10 50 


12 25 


14 00 


56 






7 28 


9 10 


10 92 


12 74 


14 56 


58 






7 56 


9 45 


11 34 


13 23 


15 12 


60 






7 84 


9 80 


11 76 


13 72 


15 68 





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321 



RUSSELL COTTON BELTING. 

The Best Cotton Belt Manufactured. 




PRICE LIST PER LINEAL FOOT. 

Subject to Discount. 





2 Ply. | 3- Ply.: 


4-P1y. 


5-Ply. 


6-Ply. 1 8-Ply. 


i inch 


$0 04 

OS 
06 

07 
08 
09 
II 
13 
15 
17 

l 9 
21 

23 

26 
3o 
33 

4i 
49 

57 
61 

65 
69 


$0 06 
08 
10 
12 

15 
17 
19 
21 

23 

27 

3i 
35 
£9 
45 
48 
60 
72. 
82 
90 
1 00 
1 10 








2 ' 






#0 12 

M 

16 
18 
21 

24 

26 
28 
30 
34 
38 
44 
50 
55 
60 

75 
90 
1 00 
1 15 
1 35 
1 55 
1 75 

1 90 

2 10 
2 60 








2 l 4 ' 

3 * 












i 






4 

4^ ' 
5 

5>< ' 
6 

7 

8 ( 












$0 34 

36 

38 

40 

42 

45 

50 

56 

63 

69 

75 

94 

1 12 

1 28 

1 44 

1 62 

1 So 

2 00 
2 15 
2 35 






















$0.46 
5*1 

57 


1° 75 
83 
or 




9 ' 




66 | 1 03 
7^ lis 


IO * 




ii ' 








12 ' 




90 

I 12 

1 35 
1 50 
1 72 

1 94 

2 16 
2 36 
2 60 
2 85 


1 35 

1 65 
* 95 

2 13 
2 33 
2 60 


i6 






18 




20 ' 




22 ' 




24 ' 




2 85 

3 15 
3 35 
3 6o 


26 




28 








30 




... 9 °.. 




36 





322 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



RAW HIDE LACE LEATHER 

OUR WELL-KNOWN BRANDlS 

TANNED LACE LEATHER 

Our Tanned Lace Leather is unexcelled in color and finish, and is 
very tough, and retains its strength even after being on hand for a long 




time. Every side is marked plainly with the number of square feet that 
it contains, and stamped with our trade-mark. 
When lacing a belt observe the following : 

long, %" vtide, will lace i}4" belt, use No. 
long, T \" wide, will lace 2" belt, use No. 

long, T \" wide, will lace 2%" belt, use No. 
long, T 5 g " wide, will lace 3 & y/ 2 " bek, use No. 
long, y%" wide, will lace 4" belt, use No. 

long, y%" wide, will lace 4% & 5" belt, use No. 
long, y%" wide, will lace 5^ & 6" belt, use No. 
long, 7 \" wide, will lace 6)4 & 7" belt, use No. 
'%Yz long, T y wide, will lace 8" belt, use No. 

For wider belts use y z ", '*/&" or y lacing and No. 12 Punch. 

LACE CUTTERS. 



A lace 


15" 


A lace 


24 ", 


A lace 


2% 


A lace 


3' 


A lace 


3K 


A lace 


4' 


A lace 


4>2 


A lace 


5' 


A lace 


VA 



2 or 


3 


Oval 


Punch 


3 or 


4 


Oval 


Punch 


3 or 


4 


Oval 


Punch 


3 or 


4 


Oval 


Punch 


6 to 


8 


Oval 


Punch 


6 to 


8 


Oval 


Punch 


6 to 


8 


Oval 


Punch 


9 to 


1 1 


Oval 


Punch 


9 to 


1 1 


Oval 


Punch 




Price each, net $0 50 



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323 



RAWHIDE BELTING. 



Vidth. s 


. Price 


Width. 


per Foot. 


- Inches 


K 


.OS 


2^ 


& 


.10 


3 


g 


.12. 


3^ 


h 


.13 


'S\4 


1 


.14 


*H 


IK 


.19 


4 


1* 


.24 


*x 


1% 


.29 


5 



Size Inches 

Solid Per Foot 

Twist 



5& 

6 

6K 



1.30 
1.48 



.91 14 8.59 25 

1.01 IS 5.78 26- 

1.11 16 2.96 27 

1.20 17 3.15 23 

Double Belts twice the price of Single Belts. 

ROUND RAWHIDE BELTS. 

ft ... H ft % M 

;09 * : .14 



Price 


Wtdtb 


Pru-e 


e r Foot. 




per Foo 


3.33 


30 


5 . 55 


3.52 


32 


5.92 


3.70 


34 


6.2'» 


3.89 


343 


6.66 


4.07 


40 


7.4" 


4.26 


44 


8.14 


4.44 


43 


8 A3 


4.63 


52 


D.62 


4.31 


56 


10.3*5 


5.00 


60 


11.10 


5.13 


64 


11.84 



CUT LACING. 



Size.. 
Price , . 



- RAWHIDE OR STANDARD. 

-Inches ; ' « ft . % 

,.Per 100 Feet ,1.00* 1.25 1.50, 



Y. 

2.00 



2.75 



Composition Wire Belt Lace. 




All Sizes'one price, $2.00 per 100 feet. 
No. size for belts under 2 inches. 
No. 1 " '• over 



No. 



Belts, • 



and D. L. 




No, 3 size for all Driv 
Tools. 

Belt Punch, 3-32 Tube ■ $ .75 

Combi nation Pliers and Cutter • 1.25 

Mopan's Steel. Belt Couplings. 



Fop Round Bands of Every Description. 
Size, % j, ■£. fc y A § s \\ % -... 

,pr. doz $3.00 $3.00 $2.50 $2 50 $2.00 $2.50 $2.50 $3.00 $3.00 $3.50 

Size \4 r »_ ^ |i 3 4 y b ! iy& ^ 

per doz. $4.00 $5.00 $6.00 $7.50 $9.00 $13 00 $18 00 $22.00 $26 00 



IMPROVED BELT CLAMP. 

(IRON SCREWS.) 



The frame is made of Rock Maple and 
the screws of the best' wrought iron, with 
square thread and rapid pitch. 

These Clamps are used for tightening and 
putting- together Large Bells and are the . 
best Belt Clamps made, coriibining sim- 
plicity, strength and convenience. 



PRICE LIST. 



"No.. 270, for 6 to 14 inch Belts, each. .$ S co 
No. 27:, " 12" iS " " " ,. 1000 
N^d. 272, " iS " 2 4 4 " " " .. 12 00 
No. 273. " 24 " 36 M — " J. " .. IS 00 



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BUFFALO BELT FASTENERS. 





U. S. LETTERS PATENT. 

February 2d, 1SS6 : No. 335,187 

March 27th, 1888 No. 380,104 

March 27th, 1S88 No. 380,105 

CANADIAN LETTERS PATENT. 

September 7th, 18S6 No. 24,906 

October 29th, 1SS8 No. 30,052 

October 29th, i838 No. 30,053 

GERMAN PATENT, March 27th, 18S8. 

FRENCH PATENT, March 27th, 1SS8. 

ENGT/IvSH PATENT, March 27th, 1SS8. 

NET PRICE LIST. 



No. 15-1000 


in 


a box, 


$1.50 per 1000 


13-1000 




" 


2.00 


10-1000 




•' 


2.50 " 


S- 500 




" 


3-50 


7- 250 






4.00 


6- 250 




" 


5.00 



This cut represents the manner in which the Fasteners should be used. After they are 
driven from one side and clinched, drive some from the side to which the first ones were 
clinched. 

Curve the points with uniformity and drive them back into the belt. 

The Fastener, perfectly clinched, should be this shape. 



This cut represents a very ex- 
cellent feature of the Fasteners. 
An old belt may be repaired and 
made fully as strong as ever, and 
cut and torn belts may be fast- 
ened, no matter how they are 
torn. Remnants of old and new 
belting can be repaired, fastened 
together and used, while joints 
that are parting can be securely 
fastened. In an ordinary estab- 
lishment large sums of money which are paid for new belting can be saved by using 




these Fasteners. 



SIZES TO USE. 



For light, single and very small belts use No. 15. For ordinary single belts and general 
use, use No. 13. For extra heavy and wide single belts, and for small and light double 
belts, use No. 10. Nos. 13 and 10 may also be used on smaller sized 3 and 4-ply rubber and 
cotton belts. For ordinary double belts and wide 4-ply rubber and cotton, use No. 8. 
For extra heavy and wide double leather and rubber belts, Nos. 6 and 7 should be used. 



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325 



Crescent Belt Fastener Plates. 

Tie;e plates a-e embossed or ribbed on scientific principli 
adding to their strength and durability. 

Kven numbered plates are punched tor small shank rivets 
•ire intended for light and meHium strains. For general U5e 
heavy strains use the odd numbered plates, with large holes 
large shank rivets. 



No. 20 Plate, 

For Small Shank Rivets. 

% wide, Jf Gross Packages. 

Per gro;s, . . $ r 44 



Crescent Belt Fastener Plates. 




No. 6o Plate, 
i-s »ide. 

For Small Shank 



No 21 Plate, 
For Large Shan k Rivets. 
% wide, % Gross Packages, 
r gross. . • Sr.44 




No. 63 Plate, 

\'/ % wide. 

For Large Shank 

Rivets 
'+ Gross Packages 
r gross, $4.32 




No. 40 Plate, 

For Small Shank Rivets 

13-16 wide, X Gross Package , 

Per gross, - $2.8S 




No 66 Plate, 
tji «ide. 
For Small Shank Rivets 
% Gross Packages. K 
Per gross. $4 32 

Note — Do not use this plate on 
pulleys of smaller diameter than 
five inches. 



No 47 Plate. 
For Large Shank Rivets. 
1^5 wide, X Gro=s Packages. 
Per grcjs 




No 67 Pate. 

if's "-irfe- 

For Large Shark Rivets. 

% Gross Packages. 

Per gross, S4. 5 ^ 

N >tc -Do not use this plate on 

pulleys of smal.er diameter than 

five inches. 





Per doz 
USE TWO OR MORE PLATES FOR WIDE BELTS. 



No. 101 Plate. 

1 14 «ide 

For Large Shank Rivets. 

% Gross Packages. 

Per gross, . . $7.20 

Note — Do not use this plate 

on pulleys of smaller diameter 

than ten inches. 



USE TWO OR MORE PLATES FOR WIDE BELTS. 



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^TOOLS.-V 

io 74 Belt Holder. Price *i 00 

For joining overhead belts and curving the plates. 



Self Clinching Drive Rivets* 

(FOR ATTACHING PLATES.) 
STEEL BODY, COPPER PLATED. 




No holes to punch or washer required. Drive the rivet with a 
hammer as you would a tack and clinch likewise, or spread the 
prongs altar driving them through the belt by striking a piece 
of round metal placed between the prongs. 

Rivets for leather and cotton belts should be % inch longer than 
thickness of belt. For rubber belts, 5 16 longer than thickness. 

SMALL SHANK RIVETS. 

SLOTTED SAME DEPTH AS ILLUSTRATIONS. 



tf 



rV 1% rV tt 




fflHITIfff 



LARGE SHANK RIVETS. 

SLOTTED SAME DEPTH AS ILLUSTRATIONS. 



Position for clinching rivets and curving plates. 

Overhead belts can be joined without this device, by tacking 

the ends of the belt to a board or plank, using the straight eoge 

of the board to keep the edges of the belt in line. 

No 75 Plain casting for clinching and curving only. Price 40c. 

No. 70 Instantaneous Kivet Extractor. 




Prices of kivets:— I off on six gross lots. 
3 

5, 6, 7 or 8 16 long under head . .50 .71 

9 or 10-16 •' •« " . .60 .q< 

11 or 12- ro •« «. . «• # j , ot 



HANDY ASSORTMENTS. 

No. 4 Hand r Assortment contains three gross Small Shank 
Rivets, nine dozen assorted plat'es, with small holes, and two rivet 
starters. Adapted to single and light double leather belts and 
four to six ply rubber or cotton belts. Not suited to heavy work. 
Price, $3.50. 

No. 5 Handy Assortment contains three gross Large Shank 
Rivets, nine dozen assorted plates, with large holes and two rivet 
starters. Adapted to single and heavy double leather and four to 
eight ply rubber or cotton belts. Price $4 00. 



No. 78. Rivet Extractor and Cutting Nippers. 

A well made and very powerful tool. Price, 8 inch $1.00, 
6 inch 75 cents. 
In using this tool, it should be given a twist after the rivet has 
been parilv drawn oat. 



No 10 Hole (No. 101.) Plates are included in these assort- 
ments. They must be ordered separately. The rivets in No. 5 
Handy Assortment will fit the No, 101 plates. 

We recommend the No. 5 Assortment for general use. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



327 



BELT FASTENERS. 

"Potters or Novelty.' 



Slagle Leather 
>. I. For 1 inch Belts 

2.. " 1^ '* • 

3. ; " 2 

' 4. V » 2% " . 



Double Leather. 

For 2 inch Belts. - 

» 2* " - 



• I ;: !* 




- 3 Plj Bibber 
For 2 inch Belts^ 

- . 2% " " - 



$6.00 




4 PI; Kubber. 


8.00 


No. 13. 


For 2 inch Belts ... 




" • 14 


'! 2^ " 


$4.00 
5.00 
7.00 


" 15 
" 16 


:■■ <>;■£■■■-■ 


800 







h 



i My Old Belts. pet 100 

For 2 inch ex. wide.$S.OO 

- 3 - -....10 00 
" 4 - V..J2-00 

5 sad C Ply Rabbet. 
For 3 inch Belts.. .$10 00 

- 4 • " „. 12 00 
7 tad S PI; Old Belt*. 

For 3 inch Belts.. $12 00 
" 4 - " . . 1500 



^" 4, ** f f|r Single Leather. 
No. 1. For 1 inch Belts. 
\ " 2. i " IX and \% in 



3* 
33^ 



3* ' 



$1.50 

Belts.2.00 
" 2.50 
"3 00 



for Belt* wider tl 
No. Z\i. For 2 inch Belts ..... $3.50 
I * 4*. " 2^ - " - ... <. 4.50 
«■•• b%. * 3 " " __...«. 5 50 

" 6^. " 3% " " — . 6.50 

, " 7%. u 4 «■ " 7.50 

» *• Double Leather. 

No. 8. For 2 inch Belts ..,_-. $500 

" 9. " 2^ " " — r« . 650 

■ 10. "3 " " __,„ 750 

■ 11. i " 3^" " .*r,,—. R.50 

■ 12- u 4 " " -\-~.~~ 9.50 




4 PI) Kubber. per 10O 

No. 12S 2 . For 1^ inch Belts. ^ <$4 .00 

" 13 " 2 " " .«*» 5.00 

" 14 ± " 2! 2 - » .... 650 

: " 15 | M 3 ' " .-,. 7.50 

■ - 16 * " 4 - " .... 9-50 

4 Ply Old Bul.l.f r. 

No. 18. For 3 inch extra wide. $10.00 
., 19 .. 4 « .. .. | i00 

• aad 6 Ply Kabber 

No. 21 ».,. For 2% inch Belts.. .19 00 

■ 22 " " 3 : " " ..1000 

" 23 " 4 ..12.00 

7 aad S Ply Bobber. 
No. 24. For 3 inch extra wide. $12 00 

" 25. • 4~ ' . 15.00 

" 26. " 4 " S ply. extra 
wide and hea\ v, for the largest 

and heaviest belt 2-Va"> 

No. 27. 4 in. teeth. % long 33 00 



IMPROVED POINTED BELT HOOKS. 

MADS OF BEST NORWAY IRON. WITH SMOOTH OVAL POINTS. 




Ita 

End 


<> Ellri 

nolle 


lighter weigh 
lighter weighs 


Price List. 

in Box. 
100 
1 85 


125 


3%j 


125 


?. 


250 


1*n 


250 




r>o 




250 


1 




500 
500 




500 


7 


lighter weight 


500 


H 


500 


lighter weight 


500 


K 


500 



30 00 
20 00 
1600 
14 00 
11.00 
8.50 
6.00 
5.00 
4.00 
3.50 
3.00 
2.80 
2.60 
2.40 
2.00 



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BELT FASTENERS. 

TALCOTT'S ACME STEEL BELT HOOKS. 




For Single Leather Belts. 

100 in a Box. Per 100 Hooks 
> 101. for \/~ and y t inch Bells SI 00 



No Ifift. for 2 •' " ........ 

N-... Ib7, forl'U " . " 

No. 1f£. for ?>«, " " 

\'o U;<1, for 1% " " ....' 3 .SO 

.No.170.for 3 " " 4 00 

/ For Extra Heavy Single Leather and 3-Ply 



Rubber Belts. 

100 in a Box. 

No. 1<>2. for VA inch Belts 

No. l&S.for2 -. " : 

No i:4,for2'4 u " 

No. 195, for 2)* " ' •* 

50 in a Box. 

No. 199. for 3 inch Belts 

No. 107, for 3H " •• 



Assorted Packages, 



Per 



For Double Leather Belts. 



Per 100 Hooks 
12 25 



No. 202. for l)^inch Belts. 
" 203, "2 . " " . 



Per 100 Hooks 

$3 25 

3 50 

■ •' 4 00 No. 



4 50 



100 inches in a Box. 100 inches 

No. 183, for Ordinary Single Leather 

Belting, 100 inches assorted lengths $1 50 
No. 184, for Extra Heavy and Wide 
Single Leather and -3 ply Rubber, 

100 inches assorted lengths 2 00 

No. 185, for Double Leather Belts, 100 

nches assorted lengths 2 50 

' n \ for 4- ply Rubber and Cotton 



:.0ii 



i Box. 



Per 100 Hooks 

inch Belts 5 30 

" 6 50 

" 7 00 



Belts, T 5 - thick, 100 inches assorted 
lengths 2 20 

No. 187, for 5-ply Rubber and Cotton 
Belts, } 8 thick, 100 inches assorted 
lengths • 2 75 

No. 188, for 5 and 6-ply Rubber and 
Cotton Belts, Extra Wide Backs, 
100 inches assorted lengths 3 80 

JONES' PAT. BEVEL POINTED. 




No. OO-^iCd Inches, SI.OO. No. 3- 

For Split Leather and Extra Lieht Fpr Doub ' 
Belts, from 1-16 : 



l. thick. 
NO. O-IOO Inches. $1.00 



IOO inches, 82.50 

. L.e .iher Belts, Iron 

100 Inches, $3 00 



. No. I— IOO Inches, Si. 50 

For "' Ordinary Single Lenthci 
.'Belts, from 3-18 in. to X in. thick 

*0. 2— IOO Inches, S2 OO 

#"or Extra Heavy an J WideSinel* 
Leather Bells, from '.; in. to5-10 in 



No. 5— 100 Inches. S3.5 

Kor KxiuHdvy Double Lc.it 
Belts, from 7-lf.in. to 0-1.-. in. thi 
"O. IOO-100 inches, $1 



No. 1 1—100 Inches. $l 65 

For 3-ply Rubber and Cotton 
Belts, from 3- U, in. to ', in. thick. 
No. 12-100 inches, $2.20 
For 1-ply Rubber and Cotton 
Belts, from M in. to 5-10 in. th.ck. 

No. 13-100 inches, $2 75 
For 5-ply Robber and Cotton 
■ Belts, from 6-16 in. to % in. thick. 



No. IO-100 in 



o 3-16 iji. thick. Belts, fro, 




CUTTERS. 



) ' M-^^m 



BLAKE'S BELT STUDS. 

FOR RUBBER AND LEATHER BELTS. 

STUDS. 





■Facsimile of Trode Markund Picture on each Box 

of Blake's Troprov«l Bolt Studs. 

Small Cutters... .00 Large Cutters. . 1.25 

Awls and Pliers combined Each .40 

Studs packed in boxes of 100 each ; directions on the box. No. 00, the largest, are for very thick double 
feather, or for five and six ply rubber bolts. No. 0. the smallest, are for sewing machines, watchmakers, and m 
small machinery, where the belts are required to run very smootk 



15 2.00 2.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



329 



RIVETS. 



i }d X -A % 

TTTTT 



COPPER RIVETS AND BURRS. 




m 



Packed in 1 lb. paper boxes. 

For assorted sizes, Nos. 8, 9, and 10„ 

add lc. per lb. 



RIVET SET AND HEADER. 

Number 00 and 1 and 2 3 and. 4 5 and 6 7 and 8 

For Copper Rivets No. 5 6 7 8 9 10-11 12 13 14 

Price per Dozen 9j00 7.50 6.00 4.50 3.75 

Half dozen in a box. 

NORWAY IRON RIVETS. 



Cast Steel Extra. 



ttTIfTfT 



List of May 10, 1 



CENTS PER POUND. 



SIZE OF WIRE -Vos. and In., i s H Ji fc 1 2 ft 3 

L«B.. M io- 4 longer, per lb.. 15 15 15 151 15', 13. 1 . 154 15i 
16 16 16* 161 161 » 



16 16 16 16 16S 17 17 

17 .. 17 17 18 18 £ ... 





, 16 16?. 


161 


16i .. 




. .-. 16i 


164 


16'. ., 


■* 


. . . 16^ 


16* 
16J 


164. .. 

17 . . 


;- c 


: :: ;; 


17 ., 



18 18 18 20 



19 19 

20 20 

20 20 

21 21 



9 10 H 

18 19 19 

19 20 . ., 

20 21 .-, 

20 22 ,. 

21 23 .. 



20 21 25 25. 

22 24 27 ., 

24 26 30 .. 

26 28 33 ,. 

27 29 34 ,. 
2s 30 35 

30 32 37 .. 

31 34 39 

31 35 40 .. 



33 



41 
41 45 



40 45 
42 50 
45 55 



330 



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BELT X>JElK2^Srr^<^ 




DIAMOND 

BELT DRESSING WARRANTED. 




Diamond Belt Dressing keeps your belting soft and pliable ; preserves 
the leather and makes it as nearly water proof as it can be made. Not only 
adding new life to the belt, but makes it adhere, and consequently gives more 
power. It contains no acids, rosin or petroleum products, or in fact any 
compounds that will injure leather. 



DIRECTIONS FOR USING. 

Clean the belt of all dirt and grease, also the pulleys, then apply the dressing with 
a sponge, cloth or brush, as often as needed to moisten the grain. It is best to apply after 
shutting down, which will give the dressing time to go into the belt. 

PUT UP IN ONE-HALF and ONE GALLON CANS. 

PRICE PER GALLON, = = = $1.50 




I STWWENSON } 

BARBEtt DRESSING 



An invaluable remedy for belt-slipping. A few Sticks scattered 
in various parts of the Works insures increased Belt Power and more 
speed to the entire plant. Price (pound sticks) 40c. per lb. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



331 




IMPROVED 

KEROSENE GLUE POT 

WITH TSN CHIMNEY, 



A Superior Oil Heater for Heating Glue 
Quick. 

Made of I. X. Tin, upper two pans made of 
heavy copper, making the pot very dura- 
ble. Heats Quicker than any other glue 

pot made. 

IT DOES NOT SMOKE OR 
EMIT ANY UNPLEASANTODORS. 

It is made of the following sizes ' One Pint, 
one and one-half pint, two pints, three 
pints. Larger sizes made to order. 



PRICE EACH. 

One Pint - $1 00 

One and one-half Pint 1 25 

Two Pint - 1 50 

Three Pint * 1 75 

OUR BELT CEMENT. 

QUICK SETTING. 

One, Three and Five pound Cans $1 00 per pound. 



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Hydraulic Leather Packings 

Ma.de ia all sizes, from 1 to 36-in. in di.im. 

The Users of Our Packings FIND THEM RIGH1) 




HYDRAULIC OR DISC PACKINGS 
Cut to any size 



Special Cup Leather, all thicknesses. Special Hard Rolle'd 
Leather for water packings. Heavy Leather for polishing. "~ All special 
leathers are cut to order and orders promptly executed. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



333 



WATER HOSE. 

Regular Brands. 








PRICE 


LIST. (All Brands.) 






Conducting 


Hydrant 


Engine 


Engine 




Hose. 


Hose. 


Hose. 


Hose. 


Int. Diam. 


•2-Plv. 


3 Plv. 


4-Plv. 


5-Ply. 




Per Ft. 


Per Ft. 


Per Ft. 


Per Ft. 


l o ill. 


$0 20 


50 25 


50 30 


50 37 


% " 


25 


30 


37 


46 


1 


33 


40 


50 


62 


\% " 


42 


50 


62 


77 


l l o " 


50 


60 


75 


93 


1% •• 


58 


70 


87 


1 08 


2 ' « 


66 


80 


1 00 


1 25 


214 " 


75 


90 


1 12 


1 40 


2^ « . 


83 


1 00 


1 25 


1 D(] 


2}^ " 


■S 


r 92 


1 10 


1 37 


1 71 


3 


C=> 


99 


1 20 


1 50 


1 87 


4 


^ 


1 32 


1 60 


2 00 


2 50 


5 " 


ad 


1 65 








6 " 


>§< 


1 98 








7 


w 


2 31 








g «< 


s 


2 64 








9 




2 97 








10 " 




3 33 









On all kinds of hose, intermediate sizes will be charged at the list price of the nex 
larger size. Thus 7 i} in. will be charged at 1 in. price, etc. Five and <i-ply hose made at 
an advance of 25 and 50 per cent., respectively, on 4-ply prices. 



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STEAM HOSE. Regular Brands. 

LIST. PER FOOT. 





3-PLY. 


4-PI^Y. 


5-PIvY. 


6-PLY. 




For 20 lbs. Steam, 


For 35 lbs. Steam, 


For 50 lbs. Steam, 


For 75 lbs. Steam, 


Diameter. 


or less. 


or less. 


or less 


or less. 


% inch. 


JO 43 


$0 51 


$0 63 


$0 76 


% " 


51 


67 


83 


1 00 


i 


67 


83 


1 03 


1 24 


ifc " 


85 


1 04 


1 30 


1 56 


W& " 


1 02 


1 25 


1 56 


1 87 


\% " 


1 18 


1 45 


1 81 


2 17 


2 " 


1 34 


1 66 


2 07 


2 49 


2H " 


1 50 


1 87 


2 33 


2 80 


2% " 


i m 


2 08 


2 60 


3 12 


3 


2 00 


2 80 


8 50 


4 20 



Prices for winding any kind of hose with marlin or with either round or flat wire 
will be given on application. 

Price List for Winding, S. A. P. HOSE. 





3-Ply. 


4-Ply. 


5-Ply. 


6-Ply. 


14 in., per foot. 


$0 09 


$0 10 


$0 11 


$0 12 


H " 


11 


12 


13 


14 


i 


13 


14 


15 


16 


iK " 


15 


16 


17 


18 


iH " 


18 


19 


20 


21 


i% " 


20 


21 


22 


23 


2 " 


23 


24 


25 


26 


2H « 


25 


26 


27 


28 


2% » 


27 


28 


29 


30 



TJ For Brewers', Tanners', Oil, Wine, Hot Wax 

* -"-U^^ Hydraulic, and other special Purposes made to order] 

LIST PRICE SAME AS STEAM HOSE. 



Our Steam Hose is especially adapted for use 
on Steam Drills. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



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SUCTION HOSE. 



LIST FOR 


LIST FOR 




SPIRAL TINNED IRON WIRE. 


SPIRAL BRASS WIRE. 




Int. Diam. Per Ft. 




Per Ft. 


% in. .... $0 70 




$0 77 


1 .... 90 




1 00 


1H " .... 1 15 




1 25 


jg " .... 1 50 




1 65 


1% " .... 1 90 




2 10 


2 " .... 2 30 




2 50 


^IBj^ ^ ~ " = k ^i BfliWft 


PLAIN BORE. 





FOR EXCAVATING AND 
GENERAL WORK. 



LIST FOR FLAT OR ROUND, GALVANIZED IRON OR STEEL WIRE 



Int. Diani. 






Per Ft. 


Int. Diam. 


Per Ft. 


2>o in. . . . . $3 10 


6 in. . . 


. $ 9 50 


3 " 






4 00 


7 iS 


. 12 00 


W4 li 






4 90 


8 " . . 


. 15 00 


4 






5 80 


9 " . 


. 17 50 


Wfe " 






6 70 


10 " . . 


. 20 00 


5 " 






7 60 


12 " . 


. 25 00 


m (t 






8 50 







SUCTION HOSE. 

Smooth Bore. For Steam Fire Engines. 

LIST. INTERNAL DIAMETER. 





Per Ft. 


2% in. 


. $3 50 4 


3 " 


4 50 4V 


*y* " . 


5 50 5 



Per Ft. 




Per Ft. 


$6 50 


5J4 in. . 


. $ 9 5(1 


7 50 


6 " 


. 10 50 


8 50 







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SUCTION HOSE. 

{Continued) . 
For Mining, Marine Pumps and Dredging. 

LIST. INTERNAL DIAMETER. 





Per Ft. 




Per Ft. 




Per Ft. 


7 in. 


. $13 50 


12 in. 


. $27 50 


16 in. 


. $37 50 


8 " 


16 50 


14 " 


32 50 


17 " 


40 00 


9 " 


19 50 


15 " 


35 00 


18 " 


42 50 


10 " 


22 50 











HARD RUBBER. 

LIST. [Four-Ply.J INTERNAL DIAMETER. 

Per Ft. -m. Per Ft. 

%in. . . . . $0 65 134' in. '• • • • #° 93 

1 " .... 75 \%. " .... 1 13 

This hose is less expensive than the regular hose made on wire, but will serve as 
well for many purposes. 

COTTON RUBBER LINED FIRE HOSE. 

" JACKET "—Woven. 




2/ 2 in. 



LIST. 

$1 00 per ft. | 3 in. 



$1 40 per ft. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



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COTTON RUBBER LINED MILL HOSE. 

WOVEN. 




KNIT. 

LIST. 



1 

2 

91' 



Per Ft. 

50 

GO 

70 



We manufacture these grades of hose especially for fire protection in public 
hidings, factories, etc. 




Linen Fire Hose. 



LIST. 



Size. 


l nlined. 


Lined, 


Pei 


Ft. 


Per Ft. 


1 iu. 


fA) 


•20 




m - 




22 


50 50 


1% " 




25 


00 


2 " 




30 


65 


m ,- 




33 


70 


2% " 




35 


to 


3 




50 


1 00 



338 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



INTERWOVEN METALLIC FLEXIBLE TUBING 

THE NEW ARMOR FOR RUBBER HOSE. . 




By the use of this Armor a three or four ply hose is made 
capable of withstanding the highest Steam, Hydraulic 
or compressed air pressure used. It has the lightness of 
Aluminium, the durability of Steel and the flexibility of 
India Rubber and can be made to withstand 3,000 lbs. 
pressure to the square inch. 

It is now universally used in connection with Steam. 
Air, Gas and Hydraulic Hose. 



Hose armored with Metallic Flexible Tubing or the Tubing 

without Hose. 

PRICE LIST. 

No. will fit hose when outside Diameter is not more than 
1 



4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



% inch. 


Pr 


ce 8c. 


per foot 


% 
1 




1 10c. 
1 12c. 






IX " 




' 14c. 






Itf " 


' 


• 16c. 






1% 4i 




• 18c. 






2 




i 20c. 






2H " 


' 


• 22c. 






2* " 


• 


' 24c. 






2% " 


k 


' 26c. 






3 




• 28c. 







Prices for larger diameters and discount will be furnished on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



339 



iUMP SWINGING HOSE RACKS 




Japanned red unless otherwise- specified. 
Bronzed gold or Aluminum without extra 
cost if so ordered jt Pipe clamps cost 



Nos. 5 and 6 will carry heavy hose of almost any make 
in 50-feet lengths. Any size plated in nickel or copper, 
at an additional cost of $3.00 each, net : : : 



PRICE LIST " RACKS "— With Wall Plates 



FOR UNLINED LINEN HOSE 
Sir ofHo«« Fuji Capacity Siz* of Hose 

Xo. ao For \]/ z or 2 inch 50 feet 55 00 No. a2 For 2 l / 2 inch 

No. aoo For 2^ inch 50 feet 5 00 No. a 3 For 1 '/ 2 or 2 inch 

No. ai For I % or 2 inch 1 00 feet 600 No. a4 For 2^ inch 

FOR RUBBER-LINED OR LINEN "MILL" HOSE 
Size-of H*st Full Capacity Size of Hos« 

No. aj For \%, or 2 inch 50 fe-t 57 00 No. a5 For \\ z or 2 inch 

No. 34 For 2%, inch 50 feet 7 00 No. ao For 2j^ inch 

KonCE. — To avoid mistakes and to get the proper "Rack" when you order, give size, kind* and length of hose. 'When 
you order " Racks" with " Pipe Clamps,"' be sure }ou give size of pipe they are to fit. If not standard size pipe, you must give the 
outside diameter. 

Always use letter "a" with the number of the Rack. 



Full Capacity 

100 feet 56 00 

150 feet 7 00 

150 feet . . 7 00 

Full Capacity 

100 feet S7 5« 

100 feet 8 00 




Wail Bmackct 



WIRT'S WALL REEL 



Special sizes made to order jt Furnished with wall brackets 
unless otherwise specified J» Pipe clamps extra Jt Finished 
in vermilion unless otherwise specified Jt Finished in gold 
or silver bronze without extra cost Jt We can supply any of the 
sizes in nickel 0* copper, finished to order at an additional 
cost of $3.00 each, net :::::::::: 



This reel is strong, serviceable, and ornamental. Takes up less 
space and presents less surface for the accumulation of dust than 
any other made. Will swing to any angle from the wall, so that 
a person can draw the hose in any direction by taking hold 
of the nozzle ::::::;:::: 








00 


000 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


' 8 






Size of Hose 


■HI 


2 


A 


■HI 


2 


*! 


'Hi 


2 


*i 


4 




50 


50 


50 


100 


100 


100 


200 


200 


200 
















50 


SO 


50 


100 


100 


too 


150 














£6 00 


6 00 


6 00 


6 00 


6 00 


6 50 


7 So 


8 00 


8 50 


11 50 







340 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PARK and WAREHOUSE REEL 




Made of heavy Tubular Iron Mounted 
on Steel Wheels J> For Lawn, Green- 
house or Park Use : : : : : 



Height of 
Wheel 



28 in. 
34 in. 



Weight 



40 lbs. 
50 lbs. 



Capacity 
3<-in. Hose 



200 ft. 
500 ft. 



57 50 

K> 50 



WAREHOUSE 


r± r* |T^ w For Mills, Factories and Village 
Fv *-<4 *J* L-# Fire Departments ¥ ¥ ^ 


No. 


Height of Wheel 


Outside Width 
of Reel 


Weight 


Capacity Z'A Rub. 1 p 

Fire Hose Pnce Each 


41 
5i 
61 


42 in. 
48 in. 
52 in. 


SlY* in. 
40 in. 
46 in. 


130 lbs. 
180 lbs. 
200 lbs. 


150 ft. 535 00 
3°° ft- 45 00 
500 ft. 55 00 



WRITE FOR DISCOUNTS 



TUBULAR All Iron HOSE REEL 



Frictionless & For Lawn or Garden 
Nos. 40 and SO for Mill and Factory- 
Use :::::: : 




Weight 



17 lbs. 
20 lbs. 
30 lbs. 
75 lbs. 
100 lbs. 



Capacity %- 
in. Hose 



100 ft. 
150 ft. 
500 ft. 



Capacity 

\y 2 -\n. Rub. 

Hose 



100 ft. 
200 ft. 



S3 50 
4 00 




* 



K. C. No. 1 •£ <£ 



= ALL METAL = 



The most complete Garden Reel made. Tubular 
frame, steel wire "holds," corrugated iron drum; 
wheels, 7 inches in diameter. Hose cannot mildew 
on this reel owing to corrugated drum. Handsomely 
finished in vermilion and green. Four reels form 
natural crate :::::::::: 



Weight, \iy 2 Pounds 



PRICE, $2.00 



CRAWLEY & -JOHNSTON. 



341 




HOSE REELS 



"THE ECLIPSE." 

OB -Bow Top Reei.' is made ol hardwood, script 
lad oil finish, has toidiog reel pari. a-iac. a wheel 
and is furnisned wup nose homer on cop The 
rame part is made in one piece, steamed and bene to 
hape. ts verj Ught and strong reel, Holds loo feei l, 
ich hose " 





"COLUMBIA." 

Capacity. 100 Feet % Incl 
Rubber Hose. 



Price 



'THE DUDE REEL' 

Capacity. 50 Feet # Inch 
Rubber Hose. 



Price . 



. Each ) r,o 



"THE WOLVERINE' 



Til lb ReH is, in appearance, like the '•Columbia." bnt 
lias eijjht inch wheels, and the l-arni reel part is 
made wider and will hold J.">o feet of -U inch hosd. 
It is finished in oil and striped. This, also is made en- 
tire l> i>t hard wood ami is a very strong and neat reel. "It 
is inteailed for a nit-.liuin [.rice 1 ivrl, cominj; between 
the "Columbia" and the ••Dude." 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SURE GRIP HOSE CLAMPS. 

U. S. Patents, Nos. 477,237, 480,513, 480,514, 480,515, 

513,322 and Canadian Patent No. 44,081. 

MADE OF WROUGHT STEEL, 

Which is guaranteed to be stronger, lighter and more 

pliable than a cast Clamp. 

This device is more perfect in every requirement of a 

Hose Clamp, than any now in the market, and at a price 

below all. The construction offers a true inner circle 

before and after tightening. No other clamp has this 

feature, which entirely obviates the wedge action of the 

finger and consequent leak. 

Clamps for Hydrant Hose. 

PER DOZ. SIZE HOSE PLY PER DOZ. SIZE HOSE 
$1.00 ( 3 $2.50 

l.oo 1V4 Inch < 4 2.50 2^4 Inch 




SIZE HOSE 

% Inch 



PLY 
2 



Packed 12 dozen in a box. 



y 2 Inch 



Packed 



% Inch 




$1.00 
1.00 
1.00 



5 2.50 

Packed 3 dozen in a box. 



PLY PER DOZ. 
1 $5.50 

3 5.50 

4 5.50 
( 5 5.50 

Packed 2 dozen in a box. 



t box. 

$1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

1.00 

Packed 6 dozen in a box. 

2 $1.50 

Inch ' 3 a - 50 



iy 2 Inch 



$3.00 



3-00 2 y 2 i nch 



Packed 3 dozen in a box, 



Inch 



4.00 
Packed 2 dozen in a box. 



$7.00 

7.00 

7.00 

Packed 2 dozen in a box. 

$ too 2% Inch 4 $8 - 50 

Packed 1 dozen in a box. 



4 1.50 

5 1.50 
Packed 3 dozen in a box. 



Inch 



$10.00 
10.00 
10.00 



SIZE HOSE 



Clamps for Steam Hose. 

PLY PER DOZ. SIZE HOSE PLY 



V2 Inch 



3 $1.00 

4 1.00 

5 1.00 
( 6 1.00 

Packed 6 dozen in a box. 

( 3 $1.50 

Unch * \i° 

( 6 2.00 

Packed 3 dozen in a box. 

3 $2.50 

4 2.50 

5 2.50 

6 2.50 
Packed 3 dozen in a box. 



VA Inch i. 



PER DOZ 

$3.00 

3.00 

3.00 

.00 



Packed 3 dozen in a box. 

1 3 $3.50 

IV2 Inch 



4 3.50 

5 3.50 

6 3.50 
Packed 3 dozen in a box. 



Packed 1 dozen in a box. 

Clamps for Cotton 
Mill Hose. 

134 Inch, per doz., $2.00 
Packed 3 dozen in a box. 

iy 2 Inch, per doz., 2.50 
Packed 3 dozen in a box. 

2 Inch, per doz., 3.50 
Packed 2 dozen in a box. 



Inch 



Inch 



$5.50 
5.50 
5.50 



Packed 2 dozen in a box. 



Adjustable Vise Jaws. 

No. 1. Suitable for all size Clamps, from y 2 " 2-ply Hydrant 

to 1" 5-ply Hydrant, net price each $ .70 

No. 2. Suitable for all size Clamps, from %" 6-ply Steam to 

IMj" 5-ply Steam, net price each $ .80 

No. 3. Suitable for all size Clamps, from \y 2 " 6-ply Steam 

to 3" 5-ply Hydrant, net price each, "...$1.00 adjustable vise jaws 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



343 



GEM HOSE NOZZLES. 





Inch % 1 

... .. 10.00 15.00 



MAGIC HOSE NOZZLES. 





Per dozen . .. .. 

HOSE SPRINKLERS 

Diameter, inches 1}£ 2 

Per dozen 3.50 4.50 

HOSE COUPLINGS. 





2H 

G.00 



12.00 



9.00 



3^ 
12.00 



HOSE SPLICES. 



|I||1H |||) 



i 

15.00 



4 
18.00 



Inch i.; % 1 IK V£ 2 2% 3 SH 4 

With Hose Thread, per dozen. 2.40 2.40 4 40 10.00 14.00 24.00 48.00 75.00 
With Iron Pipe Thread, per doz., 2. Go 2.6-5 4.65 10.50 15.00 26.00 50.00 76.00 120.00 150.00 

Brass, per dozen 1.20 1.20 2.00 

Iron, Coppered, per dozen 40 50 1.00 

For either part of Hose Coupling, two thirds of price of complete Coupling. 

STEAM HOSE COUPLINGS. 



jimniHDumi » tinnnmw»8 



i 

1.50 



2.00 



1% 

2.50 



2h 

6.00 



344 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



HOSE NOZZLES. 



PLAIN-TO TIE ON. 




Inch % 

Length, inches 41^ 

Per dozen 3 (jq 

PLAIN-TO SCREW ON. 

Inch % 1 iy 4 \x A 

Length, inches 8 8 12 12 

Per dozen , 7. 00 0.00 18.00 22.00 

WITH SCREW TIP. 



4.^ 

4 00 



2 2y 2 

12 15 

34.00 65.00 




Inch y A % 1 • 1 124 \% \% \% 2 2 2% 1% 

Length, inches 8 12 8 12 ]_' 15 12 15 12 20 15 L'4 
Per dozen s.00 10.00 10.00 J2.00 20.011 24.00 25.00 30.00 38.00 50.00 75.00 100.00 

WITH COCK ON LARGE END 

8 
_ fi 

Inch % % 1 1 \y A }V A \v A \y 2 2 2 2^ 

Length, inches 8 12 8 12 12. 15 20 20 ll' 20 24 

Per dozen 13.00 18.00 15. 00 20.00 40 00 45.00 55.00 80.00 80 (mi IKiimi 200 00 

FULLER HOSE NOZZLE. 

Inch % J 

Per dozen 18. 0U 30. 00 



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345 




BLACK HAWK 

[Trade Mark 

SHEET PACKING. 

Black Hawk Packing is specially adapted for 

very high pressure, and it is not affected by am- degree 

of steam heat. It will not harden under any degree of 

heat, nor blow out under the highest pressure 

ana will make an air, steam, or hot or cold water 

joint equally well. This packing is not affected 

by ammonia, liquors, steam heat or alkalies, 

and conforms to rough or uneven surfaces, 

making a perfectly tight joint, and retains 

its elasticity under all conditions. 

Jointscanbe made and broken several times. 

This packing will not adhere 

to rough surfaces. 

Joints in new plants can be 
made without the use of steam 
with absolute certainty when 
steam is applied that every joint 
will be perfect. 

Made in rolls 1-16^ IS inch, 200 lbs. 
each. All other sizes 100 lb. each, 

List Price: Sheet, 8oc. per lb.; Gaskets, Rings, etc., $1.25 per lb. 



VALVES 



FOR ALL KINDS OF PUMPS. 




346 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



'OJSUDURIAN" 

TRADE MARK 




ON EVEKY YAKD 



Is an unvulcanized, self-vulcanizing rubber packing, made from the 
best possible materials. 

It packs any kind of steam, hot air or hot water joints ; it is a non- 
conductor and lasts longer than any other packing in use. 

It is particularly adapted to packing steam chest covers and all super- 
heated steam joints, as it will not burn or char. 

The genuine " Usudurian " is the most durable, effective and 
economical packing made, and is adapted to all the uses that packing is 
put to. 

This packing, applied in an unvulcanized state, readily accommodates 
itself to any uneveness in the surfaces it is placed between. 

When steam comes in contract with " Usudurian" it becomes vul- 
canized and of a metallic nature. 

In many cases joints are uneven and require building up on one side. 
By using this packing, any kind of a graduated joint can be made with 
comparatively no trouble or expense. 

By the application of a little naphtha to the surfaces, two pieces of 
(i Usudurian " can be put together and under pressure become as solid as 
one piece. 

"Usudurian" will make a tight joint, however rough the surfaces 
may be to which it is applied. 

To locomotive engine builders and railroad companies " Usudurian " 
is invaluable, as it obviates the necessity of facing joints, therefore re- 
ducing the cost of construction and repairs, as joints will remain tight 
much longer, "Usudurian" not being affected by contraction or 
expansion. 

List price, $ .80 per pound. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



347 



RAINBOW PACKING. 

Menkes Stea^m, Flange a»nd Hot Walter Joints Instantly 



Thousands of 

Imitators 
No Equal. 
Will Hold 
Highest 
Pressure. 




Don't have 

to use wire 

and cloth 
to hold 

Rainbow. 
Can't blow it out. 



The Color of Rainbow Packing is Red. 

Notice our Trade Mark of Three Rows of Diamonds extend- 
ing throughout the entire length of each and every roll of 
Rainbow Packing. 

Will Carry in Stock for Yea.rs 

It is an undisputed fact that "Rainbow" Packingis the only 
sheet or flange packing in the world that will carry in stock for 
months and years without hardening or cracking. 

THE PEERLESS 
PISTON AND VALVE ROD PACKING. 



Once Tried 

Always Used 

3/ to 2 inch diameter 




Will Hold 

400 lbs. Stea^m 

In boxes, 3 to 8 pounds 



348 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



JENKINS "96 ' SHEET PACKING. 



JENKINS 

"96" 

SHEET 

PACKING 




THE PERFECTION OF JOINT PACKINGS. 

Excels all other packings not only from the fact that with it a perfect joint can be 
made quickly and which will not require to be followed up when ste3m pressure is turned 
on, but that it vulcanizes in place and forms what may be termed a metal which will not 
rot or burn out, but will last as long as the metals which hold it. 

Jenkins *96 Packing does not require to be heated to complete the joint and en be 
used for cold joints as well as hot ; it will also pack joints with rough surfaces equally as 
well as when they are faced. For rough joints thicker packing should be used than when 
surfaces are faced. 

Jenkins '96 Packing can be made any thickness desired. If you have only tbin pack- 
ing on hand, place two or more thicknesses together. It will soon amalgamate and 
become solid. 

Jenkins '96 Packing ence used is always preferred as it saves labor, time, and money, 
and will stand more heat and pressure than any other packing. 

Jenkins '96 Packing is made one yard wide and & in.. & in., g 3 5 in., % in., T 3 g in. and 
V4 in. thick. The ^ in. weighs about 2% lbs. per square yard, & in. 5^ lbs., 5 3 2 in. 834 lbs., 
Vfi in. 11 lbs., W in. 16^ lbs.. y± in. 22^ lbs. Special sizes can be made to order. 

Jenkins Standard '96 Packing weighs 33 1-3 per cent less than most joint packings. 
Compare the weight of our packing with equal srzes of other packings sold at a lower 
price per pound, and you will find that it will cost less per square yard. 

JENK5NS '96 PACKING, 80 CENTS PER POIIV ), 



GASKETS MADE FROM JENKINS '96 PACKING, SPECIAL PRICES ON APPLICATION. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



349 



GRANITE PISTON PACKING. 

[Trade Mark] 



(COMMONLY 

CALLED 

TUCK'S PACKING.; 




ROUND. 



SQUARE. 




For packing the piston rods and 
valve stems of steam engines and 
pumps. Made in 12-foot lengths. 

List price, $ .85 per pound. 



CLOTH INSERTION SHEET PACKING. 



PRICE LIST PER POUND. 





Thick- 
ness. 


1-Ply. 


2-Ply. 


3-Ply. 


4-Ply. 


1-64 in. 


>0 70 
65 

HO 








1-32 " 






- 


1-16 " 


50 63 


50 66 




3-32 ' 


55 


58 


61 




1-8 " 




55 


5S 


50 61 


3-16 " 






.Y^ 


58 


1-4 " 








55 













For steam joints and weather strips. Made with cloth insertion, 
cloth one side or both sides. 

Each cloth, whether insertion or on outside, to count as one ply. 

Three cents per pound additional will be charged for each extra ply 
of cloth. 



350 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BLACK HAWK 

[Trade Mark] 

TUBING FOR GASKETS. 




The BiyACK Hawk Tubing for gaskets is made from the celebrated 
BiyACK Hawk compound, red inside, with a black semi-vulcanized cover, 
which prevents it from sticking. It is not affected by any degree of 
steam heat. It will make a tight joint, no matter how rough the surface 
may be, and it will not blow out. 

One of the principal advantages of this Tubing is that it can be cut to 
any length desired in order to fit any size of manhole, or han^hole, 
plate or pipe flange. The cut ends are joined together with our metal 
core, thus making a continuous gasket. 

It is put up in -convenient boxes with metal core and tape. 

With two or three sizes of tubing on hand, you are ready at any time 
to make a gasket to fit any joint. The same gasket can be used several time. 

DIRECTIONS FOR USE. 

Place the tubing around the plate or flange, about 3-16 of an inch 
from the inside shoulder. Cut the ends either square or on the bias, as 
may be convenient. Insert a piece of our metal core, about half its 
length, in each end of the tubing; draw the ends tightly together, and 
wind the. joint diagonally with our V.Z. frictioned tape. 



Made in sizes % } %> %, % 
List Price, $1.00 per pound. 



and 1 inch. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



351 



SAMSON PISTON ROD PACKING. 

[Traae Mark] 

This is a round packing made in spiral form, with a red rubber 

core wrapped in specially prepared 
duck and a high grade of plumbago. 
It will hold over 430 pounds of super- 
heated steam, and is conceded by rep- 
resentative electrical engineers to 
have no equal. It is made from a 
compound that will not harden from 
any degree of heat. 

Specially Adapted for Marine Work. 

When applying this packing allow for expansion. 

Our label is on every box. 

List price, $ .80 per pound. 




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Made in 20-foot lengths. 

List price, $1.00 per pound. 




GIANT 

[Trade Mark] 

FINE SQUARE 
PUMP PACKING, 



We make to order for steam pumps a square packing, using hue duck 
and white rubber. Made in 12-foot lengths. 
List price, $ .85 per pound. 



352 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



REVERE SPIRAL SQUARE PACKING. 

[Trade Mark] 



LUBRICATED. 




This packing is made in continuous coils shaped to fit the rod and box. 

It is treated with our special lubricant, which makes it very flexible. 

It is made in 12-foot lengths, and furnished in sizes up to 2 inches. 
Each box contains one coil. We only furnish full boxes. We carry all 
the usual sizes in stock. 

List price, $1.20 per pound. 



REVERE RING PACKING. 

[Trade Mark] 

LUBRICATED. 





This Single and Double Ring Lubricated Packing is treated with our 
special lubricant. 

The rings are made to exactly fit the rod and box. 

The Double Rings can only be used in the larger sizes. The Single 
Rings can be used in any size. 

Give exact measurements when ordering. 

List price, $1.20 per pound. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON- 



353 



GARLOCK PACKINGS 

THE OLD RELIABLE 

ELASTIC RING _ SPIRAL SECTIONAL PING 




STYLE No 5 STYLE No. I b STYLE No. I 

Price Per Pound $i . 20 




STYLE NO. 99 



High Pressure Packing 



This packing- is epecially adapted to high pres- 
sure work, and the construction is without question 
designed to insure long; service. 

Price Per Pound $2.00 



THE OARLOCK WATERPROOF HYDRAULIC 

is the outcome of numerous experiments and many 
practical tests on the waterends of pistons, plungers, 
hydraulic elevators, etc., and with results that fully 
justify the claim that this is a first-class water pack- 
ing, made of the best flax, lubricated with a water- 
proof compound, which is strictly free from acid. 

Price Per Pound $1.25 



Garlock Brown Sheet Packing 

You can use it under any conditions on the Worst Joint you Have, and if it 

don't do the work It Won't Cost You a Cent. 



Price , . . . Per Pound 



.60 



We supply the above 

Packings, and their 

manv other 




Packings manufac- 
tured for special 
purposes. 



354 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



GENUINE EUREKA PACKING. 
"EUREKA 




99 



The PACKING that gives full 
service — does its work right- 
does it without creating friction 
and loss of powers-does it at 
ONE- HALF the cost of any other 
—lasts the fongest— very much 
the longest — the kind that's 
economical — 

"EUREKA" 



SELDEN 



Selden v s. 

Will keep rods and plungers tight and 

with less friction than any Packing 

on the market. 
Round, with Rubber Core, from % 

inch up per lb., $0.60 

Round, with Canvas Core, from ^ 

inch up. per lb., $0.50 



Square Flax. 

Pure Long Fibre Square Flax, per lb COc 

^■' <•> '■ Plumbago " " ....60c 




Hemp Paeking. 

Hemp, Italian A 

American 

Tallowed. 

with Plumbago.. .. 

|utc PacKing ' 

soapstone Packing 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



355 



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356 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



VULCABESTON., 

Vulcabeston is Asbestos in combination with waterproofing and vulcanizing material. 
It is furnished in Sheets, in Round Braided Packing, in Pressed Rope Gaskets, and in Moulded 
Gaskets, and is used for Steam Joint Packing, Valve Stem Packing, Handhole and Manhole Gaskets. 



VULCABESTON SHEET PACKING. 




Fig. 290. 



Our Improved Vulcabeston Sheet Packing is a superior Steam Joint Packing on account of its 
permanent resistance to heat. It is not liable to injury by Acids, Gases, etc., will not shrink o» 
absorb moisture, and is invaluable for a number of purposes. 



Thickness. 


Size of Sheets. 


Approximate Weight 
per Sheet. 


Price per Sheet. 


I 


35X35 
35X35 
85X35 
35X35 
35X35 


2 lbs. 
6 


2.40 
3.00 
4.60 
7.00 
8.00 



Also furnished in Rolls, 34^ inches wide, to order. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



357 



VULCABESTON BRAIDED ROUND PACKING. 







Fifl, 291. 



Tkis is a flexible Round Packing composed of strong, twisted strands of pure Asbestos, braided, and 
combined with waterproofing material, vulcanized and coated with plumbago. It is an excellent packing for 
high pressure steam, hot water, oil, acids, and ammonia, also for locomotive, stationary, and marine engine 
throttle valves. It is self-lubricating, and will not shrink, pulp, or blow out. 

For convenience in handling it is put on spools of following sizes: %, 1, 5, 10 pounds. 



Diameter of Packing 


Number of Feet In a Ponnd. 


Price per Ponnd. 


t 


450 


1.55 


128 


1.00 


s 


50 


1.00 


25 


1.00 


% 


16 


1.00 


X 


9 


1.00 


% 


8 


1.00 


% 


6K 


1.00 


% 


4 


1.00 


1 


3 


1.00 


m 


m 


1.00 


i% 


i% 


1.00 


2 


i 


1.00 



Also furnished on 25 or 50 pound Reels, to order. 



358 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



VULCABESTON 

ELLIPTICAL PRESSED ROPE GASKETS. 




Fig. 407. 



Made from Vulcabeston Round Packing for use on Handhole and Manhole Plates, Flanged Steam Joints, 
etc. Wa give below list of standard sizes : 



Nnmber. 


Inside 
Diameter. 


Thickness. 


Price 
per Gasket. 


Number. 


Inside 
Diameter. 


Thickness. 


Price 
per Gasket. 


1 


2 X3 


Vs 


I 


86 


4^x 6%. 


Vs 


I 


2 


2^x3^ 


Vs 


}" 


37 


5x7 


Vs 


m 


3 


2^X3^ 


Vs 


38 


4%X 7 


Vs 


4 


2%X3% 


Vs 


39 


4J€ X 6% 


Vs 


J 


5 


2^x3% 


y 8 


' 


40 


4%x 7% 


Vs 




6 


2^X31^, 


Vs 




41 


4^x 6 


Vs 




7 


2i^x4 


Vs 




42 


5^x 8 


Vs 




8 


2%X4^ 


Vs 




43 


6Mx BU 


Vs 




9 


3 x4 


Vs 




44 


5%x 9 


Vs 


- 30 


10 


3X4^ 


Vs 




45 


5%x 8 


Vs 




11 


3^X4^ 


Ys 


■ .16 


46 


7X9% 


Vs 




12 


3^X4^ 


Vs 


47 


5^x iy 2 


Vs 




13 


3^X4J4 


Vs 




48 


$% x 11 


Vs 




14 
15 


3^X4 
3M x 4% 


Vs 
Vs 




49 


7K x 12% 


Vs 


I 40 


16 


3^X4% 


Vs 




50 


8%xn% 


Vs 


f 


17 
18 


3%x4% 
3^x4% 


Vs 
Vs 




51 
52 


*H x 12M 
9M x 13% 


t 


[ •• 


19 


2^X5% 


Vs 




53 


9 x Y6% 


A 


s 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 


3 X5 
3^X5 
3^x5% 
3M X.5M 
3^X5^ 


Vs 
Vs 
Vs 
Vs 

% 

Vs 


- .18 


54 

55 
56 
57 

58 


9% x U% 
9% X 15 
10 X14 
10 x 13% 
10K x U% 


A 

A 

A 

A 
A 


I .76 


26 


Z% x 5H 


% 




59 


10^ X u% 


A 


] 


27 


m**% 


Vs 




60 


ioy 2 x 14% 


A 


I .90 


28 


4 X5 


Vs 




61 


10% X 15% 


A 




29 


4 X5K 


Vs 




62 


10% X 14 


A 


J 


30 
31 


4 X5% 
4^ x 5% 


Vs 
Vs 




63 
64' 


11 X14 
11 x 15 


A 

A 




32 


3^x6 


Vs 


) 


65 


12 x 16 


A 




33 


4 X6 


Vs 


[• .20 


66 


11% x 15^ 


A 


► 1.00 










67 


10% x 16 


T* 




34 


4^X7 


Vs 


I .24 


68 


12 x 15 


A 




35 


5 X6 


Vs 


69 


10>4.x 17^ 


A 





Elliptical Gaskets not included in the above sizes can be furnished. Prices on application., 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



359 



VULCABESTON ROUND PRESSED ROPE GASKETS, 

OOo 

Fig. 408. 

Made expressly for Companion Flange Joints of standard sizes. Ready for use; no waste. 
The most satisfactory Joint Packing possible. 



Number. 


Size Pipe or Valve. 


Infll<le Diameter. 


Outside Diameter. 


Thickness. 


Price per Gasket. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


H 


.,7 


2 


*H 


m 


4M 


% 


.18 


3 


3 


4% 


5M 


V* 


.19 


4 


3^ 


534 


6M 


H 


.21 


5 


4 


5% 


6% 


Ye 


.22 


6 


*% 


6fj 


63 


H 


.23 


7 


5 


7% 


H 


.24 


8 


6 


m 


8% 


% 


.26 


9 


7 


8% 


9% 


ft 


.44 


10 


8 


9% 


10# 


A 


.48 


11 


9 


10* 


12% 


A 


.54 


12 


10 


11M 


13M 


A 


.58 


13 


12 


14^ 


16 


ft 


.72 


14 


14 


wg 


17% 


1.10 


15 


15 


Kg 


18^ 


s 


1.20 


16 


16 


17% 


20^ 


<4 


1.40 


17 


18 


19 


21^ 


K 


1.60 


18 


20 


21M 


23M 


M 


1.80 


19 


22 


23% 


25^ 


K 


2.00 


20 


24 


25^ 


28 


34 


2.40 



VULCABESTON PRESSED ROPE PISTON ROD RINGS. 



Fig. 298. 



Concave or Convex, % inch inside diameter and larger ^ . , 

Less than % Inch Inside Diameter, prices on application. 



.Per Pound 2.00 



m 



360 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



VULCABESTON 

MOULDED GASKETS AND WASHERS- 



<9> 



Fig. 292. 

Handhole and Manhole Caskets. 

% Ounce and less than 3 Ounces in Weight Each per' Pound 

3 Ounces and more — " 

Round or Square. Less than % ounce, prices on application. 

These prices cover Gaskets or Plain Rings after moulds, which are extra, have been furnished: 

Odd styles and shapes to order. Prices on application 

In ordering, give both inside and outside dimensions and thickness wanted. 



250 
2.00 



Oooo 

Fig. 296. 
Union Washers. 



Size of Union. 


Inside Diameter. 


Outside Diameter. 


^ Inch Thick. 
Price per Hundred. 


% Inch Thick. 
Price per Hundred. 


H 


8 


TT 


1.50 


2.00 


% 


1 


1.75 


2.25 


H 


1A 


W 


2.00 


2.50 


l % 


» 


2.25 

2.75 


2.75 
3.25 


1M 


ItV 


» 


3.25 


4.00 


i% 


li| 


3.75 


5.00 


2 


2\i 


2^ 


4.25 


5.50 


*H 


IS 


3^ 


6.75 


8.00 


3 


4ft 


8.00 


10.00 






• ••• 








Fig. 29?. 








Faucet Washers. 




Size of Bibb. 


Diameter. 


Price 


per Hundred. 


% 






% 




2.00 


Vz 






% 




2.00 


% 






% 




2.50 


% 






1 




2.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



361 



PERFORATED MATS. Plain or Corrugated Surfaces. 



LIST. 

3-16 iu. thick, 

1-4 " ... 

3-8 " ... 

1-2 " . . 

Black letters in black mats 
Red or White in black mats 
Black letters in white mats 

Scrip and fancy letters or monograms furnished if desired. Mats 
made to order of any size or special shape. Made in many different designs. 



[ 10 


75 


square 


ft. 


1 
1 


00 
25 


i % 




. . $0 


25 
50 
50 


each extra 

14 H 



MATTING. CORRUGATED. 
For Hallways and Corridors, Stair Treads and Steps. 




LIST. 



3-32 in. 


$0 33 per sq. ft. 


1-8 " 


40 " " " 


3-16 " 


56 ti u ti 


1-4 " 


73 4( « li 


3-8 " 


1 03 u i( " 


1-2 " 


1 30 iC " " 



Made either 36 or 42 
inches wide ; any length 
desired. Cut to order in 
any size or shape. Brass 
nozings furnished, ready 
for putting down. 



862 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



COBDAGE. 




Sisal Rope. 

Sisal Rope is put up in coils of 1.200 feet, or half coils of 600 feet. We do not cut this Rope, but tell it i 
/. We carry in stock all sizes, from r* f to 1 inch, inclusive, 
inch diameter Sisal Rope , -^.per lb . $ ^,_,_.„.. I >£- inch diameter Sisal Rope . ._ 



full «oils. or half c*H» 
per lb.. S — . 



COTTON WASTE. 

•Prices upon application, stating quantity and grade of waste 
required, or ord'.-r-. «-il| l te filled at the lowest! market prices. 




Well Drill Rope, Hawser Laid. 

Size X l ° 2 inch diameter, in coils of 1,200 feet. Cai 
any desired length 

Well Drill Rope, Hawser Laid ._,...,.,_ per lb.. $_ 

Cotton Rope. 

tVinch diameter Cotton Rope_^„^...-„_ 



Special Transmission Rope. 

Special Transmission Rope K absolutely unequalled 
for the purpose, not only as regards strength, but durability as 
well, ft is carefully selected from the longest and choicest 
Manila Fibre, and is laid in special lubricant adopted for the 
purpose. Best Rope for transmitting power in the market 



„per lb.,$.-„ 



ft." 



and upwards Cotton Rope 



Braided Cotton Sash Cord. 

Braided Cotton Sash Coed, in 100-foot hanks, 2 connected. 
^.-.. - -... ~._ ...^...par lb. * _ 



J^-inch d 



l^-inch diameter. 

IK " 



THREE 5TR AND 



FOUR STRAND 



I inch dia 

Hi " 
1* " 



\% inch diameter 

J* :: : 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



363 



Manila Rape, 

F«r the Transmission of Power and Manila Rope 
(or Hoisting purposes.. 

tVe are prepared t© furnish from stock all sizes of 
transmission rope from ^j$' to 2' in diameter, 
and all sizes of hoisting rope from ,V to 2* in 
diameter, in any length up to 1.200', and can 
furnish to order 3.000' to 5.000' in one piece 
without a splice. 



Lathyarn. 





"B" 110 Yarns in the strand. 
"C" 130 
"D" 200 



WEIGHT AND STRENGTH OF MANILA 
CORDAGE. 

The weights given in table are as nearly correct 
as possible. 



Size. 
Diameter 
tncbes 


Welphtof 

100 Katboms 

"Manila 

in lbs. 


Strain Borne 

by New Rope, 

lbs. 


io a 


7 eet 
poun 


3-16 


12 


540 


50' 




1-4 


18 


780 


33 


4' 


5-16 


24 


1 000 


85 




3-8 


30 


1 280 


20 




7-16 


37 


1 562 


17 


8 


1-2 


46 


2 250 


13 




9-16 


65 


3 062 


«.i 


3 


5-8 


80 


4000 


7 


6 


3-4 


98 


5 000 


6 




13 16 


120 


£250 


5 




7-8 


142 


J 500 


4 


3 


1 


170 


9 000 


3 


6 


1 1-16 


200 


10 500 


3 




1 18 


230 


12 250 


2 


7 


1 1-4 


271 


14 000 


o 


3 


1 5-16 


310 


16 000 


r 


1) 


1 3-8 


346 


187)62 


i 


? 


1 1-2 


300 


20 250 


i 


6 


1 9-16 


435 


22 500 


i 


5 


1 5-8 


480 


25 000 


i 


3 


1 3-4 


581 


30 2.50 


i 




2 


678 


36 000 




10M 


2 l-# 


79"? 


42 250 




9 


2 1-4 


9150 


49 000 




?*A 


2M-2 


1 10b 


56 250 




6# 


36-* 


1 2b5 


64 000 




$Vz 


2HT-8 


1 420 


72 250 




6 


3 


1 5*2 


81 000 




V/ 2 


3 1-J 


1760 


90 250 




4 


3 3-3 


1 950 


iooooo 




3tf 




OAKUM. 



Best Oakum in 50 )b. Bales. 

U. S. Navy Oakum in 50 lb Bales. 

Navy Oakum in 50 lh. Bales. 

PLUMBERS' SPUN OAKUM. 
Spun Oakum for plumbers' use. 

COTTON WASTE. 
Per lb. 

Extra Machine Cotton $0.08 

Diamond X White 7 yt 

No 3 White 7 

Fancy Colored % 

No. 1 Colored b'A 

No. 2 Colored 5 



364 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WIRE ROPE. 

Transmission op Haulage Rope. 




THE Wire Rope mentioned on this page is composed of six strands of seven wires each, laid around a hemp heart This rope isi 
much stiffer thau the Standard Hoisting Rope, and is more suitable for standing rope guys and rigging. When used as 
hoisting rope or running rope, proportionately larger drums and sheaves are necessary. From X inch diameter down to the 
smaller sizes, the ropes give excellent service for transmitting power and for underground haulage in coal mines. The wires being fewer 
in number in the. strand, they are correspondingly coarser, and are consequently better adapted to resist the rough work of a mine 
than the fine wire of the more pliable rope. The coarse rope is made of- steel as well as iron. When made of steel, it becomes all 
the more necessary to have the quality good, because the breaking of one wire takes away a considerable portion of the total strength 



SWEDISH CHARCOAL IRON. 


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13 


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68 


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12 


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58 


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40 


8 00 


61 


15 


23 




3 


1 58 


16 


3.20. 


8^ 


15 


28 




3 


1 58 


42 


6.40 


51 


16 


m 


i 


2| 


1.20 


12 


2.40 


71 


16 


22 


i 


21 


1 20 


24 


4.80 


5 


17 


14 


f. 


21 


0.89 


9.3 


1.86 


6| 


17 


16 


i 


2 i 


0.89 


18.6 


3.72 


41 


18 


12 


H 


21 


0.75 


7.9 


1 58 


6 


18 


131 




2| 


75 


15 8 


3.16 


4 


19 


10 






0.62 


6.6 


1.32 


51 


19 


11 


t 


2 


0.62 


13 2 


2.64 


31 


20 


8 


A 


If 


0.50 


5 3 


1 06 


41 


20 


9 


A 


11 


50 


10 6 


2.12 


3 


21 


6* 


i 


n 


0.39 


4.2 


0.84 


4 


21 


71 


1 


H 


39 


8 4 


1 68 


2| 


22 


51 


A 


u 


0.30 


3.3 


0.66 


31 


22 


6i 




H 


0.30 


6.6 


1.32 


21 


23 


4} 


j- 


h 


0.22 


2.4 


0.48 


If 


23 


51 


t 


H 


0.22 


4.8 


96 


2 


24 


3| 

31 


A 


i 


0.15 


1.7 


0.34 


24 


41 


T V 


l 


15 


3.4 


0.68 


i! 


25 


A 


i 


125 


1 4 


0.28 


21 


25 


4 


A 


1 


125 2 8 


56 


il 




FIG.6 



FIG. 5. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



365 



GALVANIZED IRON WIRE ROPE. 







' Galvanized Wire Rope for derricks and stays is how universally superseding Manila rope for the following reasons: It is 
much cheaper, more durable, and will not stretch permanently under great strain, as is the case with Manila, thus saving much 
labor in setting up; and it is fully as elastic as Manila rope of equivalent size. The great economy of using wire in place of Ma- 
nila rope is the large reduction in size and weight, the bulk of wire rope being only one-sixth that of Manila, while the weight is 
only one-half. 

GALVANIZED IBON WIRE ROPE 

For Ships' Rigging and Derrick Guys. 

Composed of 6 Strands and a Hemp Center, 7 or 12 Wires to the Strand. 



Price in Cents 
Per Foot 




til 




fl! 




Clrcumfer- 
enceininch- 
etofnew 
manila tope 


Price in Cents 
Per Foo^ 


B.T3- 


is! 

- u " 


pi 


< 


i. a * t^jc 


W.th 7 
the strand 


With 12 
wires to 
the strand 

46 | 

43 

40 

87 

88 


With 7 
the strand 


With 12 
wires to 

the strand 


|ISI^I 


44 

41 


ItV 


5* 
4* 


4.85 
4.40 
4.00 
3.60 
3.25 


44. 

40. 
36. 
32. 
2fl. 


1] 

iok 

10 
9* 
9 


9 
8 






2 


0.81 
064 


7.3 
58 


4% 


38 
35 

81 


7 
6 
5 
4 




A 


I* 

m 

i 


0.49 
36 
025 
020 
0.16 


4.4 
3.2 

1.8- 
1.4 


3H 

3 

2K 


27 
24 


29 1 

25 

22 

19 
17 


1* 

IK 


4* 

4 

'M 

3^ 

3K 


2.90 
2.55 
2.25 
1.95 
1.70 


26. 
23. 
20 
18. 
15. 


8^ 
8 

m 

6* 
6 


2K 
2 


21 
18 
16 


5strands.T 
wires e'cb 

8 

2K 
2 






1 

H 


0.128 
0.090 
0.063 
0.040 


1.1 
0.81 
0.56 
0.3* 


IK 


14 
12 
10 


15 


1 

u 


3 


1.44 
1.21 

1.00 


13. 
11. 
9.0 


5K 
5* 

5 


IK 

i2 



', add 10 per cent, to price per foot. 



Swedes Iron Tiller Ropes. 




r _nttoe 
ooth and extremely flexible rope r»rerjcired. They"! 
are composed of 252 wires,, and arer made iip of a hemp 
core, around which are twisted six ropes, each of wftict 
consists of six strands, inclosing a hemp center. They 
will pass around -retry small pulleys and sheaves. The 
wires are necessarily very fine, and should not be sub- 
jected to scraping of any kind or much friction*) wear. 

Diameter.. 1 J£ . % % 9-16 X 7-16 "% -5-16 V£ 

Iron 3» 17 M 17 1* 11 10 9 « ?>£ 

Cast steel .48 86 80 9* T» 17 li- 14 12^ 11 



GALVANIZED STEEL WIRE STRAND, 



Price in cents 
per 100 feet 


Diameter 


Weight per 100 
feet in pounds 


Approximate 

breaking strain 

in pounds 


815 
250 
200 
160 
115 


| 


52 
40 
30 
22 
13 


8,320 

6,000 
4,700 
3,300 
1,760 


80 
60 
45 
35 


k 


8 
5 

3.50 
2.25 


1,000 
700 
375 
320 



COPPER, IRON, TINNED AND GALVANIZED 
SASH CORDS. 

Composed of 6 Strands and a Cotton Center, 7 Wires 
to. the Strand. 



Fop Smokestaek Guys;, Signal Strand, Trolley Line 
Span Wipe, and Other Purposes. 

Composed of 7 Wires Twisted Together. 





Price in cents 




Weight per foot 


Approximate breaking 


ri 


per foot 


U 


'" VOWd% 


strain rn pounds 


2 




ga£an- 
iron 


Copper 






iron 


iX 


H 




5 

K 






Bright 


An'Pd 

1,600 


e5o 


26 


3 


4 


9 


0.100 


0.115 


2,200 


1,265 


27 


2* 


Z% 


7W 




0.076 


0.087 


1,809 


1.264 


1,022 


-H 


2K 


3 


6 


T S 7 


0.056 


6.064 


1.417 


947 


792 


2b 


IK 


2K 


4% 


H 


0.025 


0.029 


790 


467 


435 


28 ki 


1* 


2 


3^ 


■55 

T-f 


0.014 


0.016 


510 


280 


2*2 


29 


IK 


IK 


3 


o.oob 


0007 


262 


132 


140 



Annealed cords same price as bright cords. 



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IRON SHEAVES FOR WIRE ROPE. 







Thickness at 


Size Wire. 


Common. 


Metaline 


Size. 


Hub. 


Bushed. 


6x1 x % 


ly 1 ^ inch. 


^ inch. 


$ .75 


$2.10 


*6xl#x X 


1t 9 6 " 


X " 


.90 


2 50 


7x1 * x X 


HV " 


K " 


1.00 


2.30 


*?Xl3/ gX % 


1% " 


# " 


1.10 


2 65 


8x1 x ]/ s 


H 3 « " 


34 " 


1.15 


2.85 


*t8x!X x % 


iH " 


%' «> 


1 25 


325 


*8xl^x 7/ & 


Hi " 


X '"• 


1.55 


3.75 


9x1 x # 


lr ] , " 


% " 


130 


3.25 


*9xl^x 7/ & 


. 3K M 


H " 


175 


4 00 


*9xl^x # 


]# " 


X •■ 


185 


4 30 


9xi^x y s 


Hi " 


n " 


2.05 


4.50 


♦tlOxlX x 3 


• IrV " 


y 8 « 


2 05 


4.00 


*10xl^xl 


1# " 


X " 


2 75 


4.50 


*tl2xl#xl^ 


IX " 


# " 


3 25 


6 00 


*tl4xl^xlX 


IX " 


# « 


4.20 


7 75 


16x1^ xl>^ 


IX " 


n " 


4.40 


8 50 


*tl6xlX xl}4 


2 


L 


6.50 


900 


18x1^ xl/ 2 


. m " 


# " 


6.75 


10 00 


*tl8x \Uxiy 2 


2 


1 


7 85 


10.90 


20 x IX x 1^ 


2 


# «' 


S.05 


12 25 


22 x IX x 1>£ 


2 


% " 


9.65 


13 60 


24xlXxl^ 


2 


7 A " 


1190 


16 50 


24x2 xiy 2 


2^ " 


l/s " 


10 00 


1 6.50 



* Extra heavy pattern with deep rim. 

t Regular pattern. All other sizes can be had at short notice,. 

Where larger pin .hole is required, add 50 cents for each one-eighth*^ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



367 



LISTS OF BLOCKS FOR WIRE ROPE. 

Loose Hooks, Shackles, Stiff Swivel Hooks. 








For Blocks with Loose Swivel Hooks, add $3 50 each to the list price. 

IRON BUSHED. 



Size Sheave. 


Wire Rope. 


Single. 


Double. 


Triple. 


lOxl^xl 
12x1% xiy s 
UxV/ 2 xV/ 
16xl# xl/ 2 
18x1^x1^ 


J^and % 
H " X 
X " % 

A 

1 inch. 


$14 00 
16.00 
18.00 
31.00 
34.50 


S20.00 
2300 
25.00 
4000 
45.00 


S2S.00 
3100 
36.00 
46.00 
53.00 


METALINE BUSHED. 


Size Sheave. 


Wire Rope. 


Single. 


Double. 


Triple. 


lOxltfxl 
12xlKxl/ s 

Uxl^xlX 

16x1^' x\y 2 

18xl# xV/ 2 


]/ 2 and^ 

H " X 

X " X 

H 

Linch. 


$17.00 
1900 
21.00 
36.00 
40.00 


$26.00 
29.00 
31.00 
50.00 
56.00 


$37.00 
41.00 
45.00 
62.00 
68.00 



368 



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HARCOURT'S PAT. INSIDE IRON STRAPPED BLOCKS 

With Lignumvitae or Iron Sheaves, Loose Hooks. 








DIMENSIONS. 



A*H 



Dia. Rope. 



IRON BUSHED 



Single. Double. Triple. 



PATENT ROLLER 
BUSHED 



Single Double. Tripli 



1%X 



2%x ftxy 

3 x %xy % 

3/ x 1 x/ 2 

4X x i x y 2 

4%xV/ s xS/ 8 

f>XxVA*tt 

Q%x\%xft 

VAxVAxX 

8 xiy s x% 

9 xiy 2 x % 

10 xisy g xj/ s 

11 xl^x^ 



H 

Vz 

H 

X 
H 

i 

i 

1/8 

IX 
IX 
1H 
"W 
iH 



m 
ix 
ix 

IX 



$0.70 
0.75 
085 
090 
1.10 
1-.30 
t.65 
1.85 
2.75 

Same 
4.45 

Same 
7.00 
8.00 

10.00 



$1.30 
1.45 
1.60 
1.75 
200 
2.40 
2.85 
3.40 
4.50 
list as 

7.50 
list as 
10.50 
13.00 
15 00 



$1.75 
2.00 
2.15 
2.25 
2.90 
3.50 
4.25 
4.75 
6.25 
12 inch 

10.65 
14 inch 
15.00 
1800 
22.00 



$110 
1,15 
1.20 
1.25 
1.50 
1.70 
2.25 
2.50 
3.50 

Same 
5.30 

Same 
8.15 
9.25 

1150 



$2.00 
2.20 
225 
2.35 
2.85 
3.35 
4.15 
4 70 
600 
list as 
9.20 
list as 
12 80 
1550 
18 00 



$290 

3.15 

3.25 

3.50 

4.40 

5.00 

6.00 

7.25 

8.50 
12 inch. 

1320 
14 inch. 
18.45 
2175 
26 50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



3G9 



WE also carry a full assortment of Iron Strapped Snatch Blocks of the latest and most 
approved pattern, as per cut shown, which for simplicity in construction, ease in work 
ing, and durable qualities of same, outrank any other style of snatch block in the market. 
The chief merits of this snatch block are as follows 

1. The construction of the LIP and LINK, which admits of being so easily locked 
and unlocked by turning the hook to a certain angle, that no trouble will be experienced in 
its working 

2. The only snatch block in the market with two bow straps, one on the inside and 
one on the outside ; same being covered by letters patent 

3. The two outside straps are secured at the bottom by a BOLT, which prevents the 
mortise pinching together and binding the sheaves, as often happens in all other styles, thus 
making the block as rigid and firm as if all made of iron 

4. We have added an improvement lately, by having a ROCKER or HINGE on one 
side and a BAR ACROSS THE LINK, thus making.it so securely self-locking that, no 
matter in what position it may. be, it would be impossible to shake the clasp open. Our 
snatch blocks have larger and wider sheaves than the same size of any other make, enabling 
a larger rope to be used. 



STAR SNATCH BLOCKS (Boston Pattern). 





No. IS. No. 126. 

IMPROVED IRON STRAPPED SELF-LOCKING LINK 
SNATCH BLOCK (Cross Bolted, with Swivel Hook and Bail). 



Sjze Sheave. 


For 


Size 


Ford's Pat. 


Self-adjusting 


Self-lubricating 


Pia. Rope. 


Shell. 


Bushed. 


5-Roller Bushed. 


Metafine Bushed. 


3 xV/ $ x y 7 


H 


6 inches. 


S4.0U 


5405 


$5-25 


v/ z xVa x y 2 


7 A 


7 " 


4.75 


550 


6.00 


4'AxlHx ft 


l 


8 " 


5.75 


660 


7.25 


5 xlHx ft 


V/s 





6.75 


7.75 


8.50 


5^xl^x # 


IK 


10 " 


850 


1000 


11.00 


C^x2y s x y x 


1# 


12 " 


1000 


11.50 


1300 


8 x2\lx 7/i 


13/ 


14 " 


13 00 


15.00 


1050 


9 x 2ft x 1 


2 


10 " 


17.00 


20.00 


2200 


10 x 3 xVA 


2'i 


18 « 


25.00 


28.50 


31.00 


ii x sy 2 x i m 


2% 


20 " 


3S.00 


43.00 


46.00 


UUx4HxV/ 2 


3 


22 " 


55.00 


63.00 


68.00 


i-2y 2 x4y 2 xv/ 2 


sy 2 


24 " 


7000 


78.00 


86.00 



. Would highly recommend our Metaline Snatch Blocks as the most reliable, as they 
save the sheave and pin from wearing, the bushing being the life of the block 



^ 



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SOMETHING NEW. 

STAR MALLEABLE /RON BLOCK. 




PATENTED 
DEC. 12. 1899. 




Handsome. 

Light and 

Strong, 




They are light but strong, and while they last much longer they cost but a very little 
more than wood blocks. 

The sheaves run on steel pins, with nuts, which are easily removed. 

The block is so constructed that the edge of the sheaves cannot wear sharp; and as 
the edges and middles are rounded, the wear of the rope is saved. 

The "Baby" size takes l A in. rope; will test to over 500 lbs.; while Uncle Sam's 
mail will carry a sample to you for six cents. 







Iron Bushed. 


Patent Bushed. 


Size Block. 


For. DIa. Rope. 








Single. 


Double. 


Single. 


Double. 


2 inch. 


% inch. 


$ .45 


$ .70 






2H " 


% " 


.45 


.70 






3 


H " 


.50 


.75 


$ .65 


$1.00 


4 


V2 " 


.65 


.90 


.85 


1.25 


5 


Vs " 


.85 


1.25 


1.00 


1.65 


6 


X " 


1.15 


1.85 


1.40 


2.25 


8 


1 


1.65 


2.50 


2.00 


3.15 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



371 



CHAINS. 

Proof Tested — B. B. Coil Chain — B. B B. Coi 



Straight Link Coil Chain. 

Estimated Strength (in lbs. ^ for Coil Ctiai 



Size of Chain 




Proof Test in lbs. 


Proof Test in lbs. 


Sire of Cham, 


Proof Test in Ids 


Proof Test in lbs. 


; Proof Test in lbs 


inch. 


for "B B" Chain 


for "B B B" Chain 


for Dredge Chair, 


.nch. 




for ••& B B"Cniir 


; lo. DrcageCnam 


ft 


1000 


1250 


1350 


1 


30120 


34100 


35500 


2000 


235C 


2450 


It 1 * 


33000 


38100 


40750 


ft 

i 


2800 


3300 


3500 


H 


36150 


44130 


4600U 


4450 


5200 


5500 


1ft 


38500 


47130 


49000 


j_ 


5650 


6540 


7100 


M ' 


42130 


52160 


54000 


j 


7100 


8550 


9550 


ift 


45000 


56200 


58500 


ft 

i 


8900 


10800 


12500 


i| 


48200 


62200 


64000 


12000 


14800 


16000 


if. 


51500 


67000 


70000 


H 
1 

H 
1 


14500 


17000 


18500 


H 


56190 


74120 


77000 


18070 


22000 


23000 


1ft 


61000 


77500 


82000 


210C0 


24000 


25000 


I| 


68170 


84090 


88000 


24100 


27110 


28500 


Iri 


74100 


88200 


93000 


T6 


27000 


29200 


31000 


U 


82000 


93000 


98500 



ESTIMATED WEIGHT COMMON STRAIGHT LINK COIL CHAIN 



PER 100 FEET. 



Size Chain-inch 


WEIGHT 


Size chain— inch 


WEIGHT 


3-16 • 


50 

75 
1 10 
'56 
200 
266 
325 
420 
500 
590 
700 


(516 


SOO 




900 
I.OOO 


5-»6... 

3.8 , 


; ,.«:::.:;::::::::::::::. . ... ::::.:::: 

1 1-8 ".. 

1 3" '6 

» «"4 

• 5-i6 

1 3-8 ;•. «-... 

1 716 


7-' 6 • 

1-2 


I.300 
I.4OO 
1 OOO 
■•750 
I.900 
2.000 
2.IOO 


5-8 






I3-16 


1 1-2 *.. 





TWIST COIL CHAIN 






We make Twist Coil Chain in all 



up to and including 



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Rafting; Chain 



With, long link on each end, 10 connect with shakels. Usur.l 07.es, £, £, £. 1 inch. 




With ring on one end, and Toggle on the other Usual sizes, £, |, ^, 1 Inch 




With Toggle on each end. Usual sizes, §, J, £, ] inch. Made an) length desired. 

COIL LOG. OR BINDING CHAIN 



Size Iron 

Self-Colored, per pound 
Polished, per pound . . 




Size Iron ^, ^, £, ^, 

Polished per pound .... 

Regular lengths, 12 to 14 feet, will be sent, unless otherwise specified in order 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



CHAINS. 

Railroad Chains. 
ANY STYLE R. R. CHAIN MADE TO ORDER. 



CAR BRAKE CHAIN 



Railroad Switch, or "Wrecking- Chain 




Grab Hook on one end. Long Link on other end Siz< 



i i 1 inch 




Grab Hook on one end. with two Long Links. 



| 1 inch 







STYLE C 

Above Chains made any length desired. 

Safety Chains. 



374 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



COW TIBS 




No. 1 
No. 2 



Heavy Distiller's Cow Ties, 12 Links per foot. 

\, in. length 6 feet Price per doz , $9 00 

" " 8 00 

... , - " 7 00 




Ohio Pattern, 7 Links per foot. 

.„ength, H ft. 5 ft. 5i ft, 6 ft- Length 4$ ft. 5 ft. 54 ft. 6 ft. 

•No. 1. Price per do*. $4 00 4.50 5-00 5.50 No. 3, Price per doz. $3.50 400 450 5 00 

No. 2, " '« 3.75 4.25 4.75 5.25 No. 4, - __ " 3.25 3-75 4.25 4. 75 




No I. Length 3$ feet Price per do?... $4 50 No 3, Length 3J feet Price per doz., $400 

No 2, • " " " 4.25 ~ No. 4, " " w " 3-75 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Tow Chains for River Navigation 




Made from 5-8 in. or 3-4 in. Iron. 
Half Short and Half Long Links. 

JOINING SHACKLE FOR CABLE CHAIN 



375 




Made of M6 to 2: 4 inch Iron. 



JOINING SHACKLE WITH COTTER PIN 

FOR CONNECTING RAFT OR BOOM CHAIN 



Made of % to V/ z inch Iron. 

When ordering, state Size of Chain the Shackles are for. 
Joining Shackles are of yi to % larger than size iron in Chain, 
according to the size of Chain used. 



Cold Shuts 




Size Iron 


1-4 


5-16 


3-8 


7-16 


1-? 


9-16 


5-8 3-4 


7-8 


• 


Pricf Pei Gross 












I I 
I I 


. ] 
i 




Size of Dog, i% x %— 7 inches 
long and Pointed. 

Size of Chain; Short Link, '5-16 

inch; Long Link, % inch. 

Length of Chain between 

Dogs, 9 y /. inches. | 

CHHIN DOG 



Also made with Three Short Links of Chain, when desired. 
(SQUARE PATTERN) 



Other Sizes Made to Order. 



RING DOG 




3-4 inch Dog with 3 x 7-16 Ring J 

1 7-8 '* " " 3x1-2 " * 



J inch Dog with 3 1-2 x 9-16 Ring 
i 1-8 " "3 1-2 x 5-8 



We also make with Flat Iron, Dog 1 1-4 or 1 1-2 inch wide and 3-8, 7-l€ 
or 1-2 inch in thickness 

SLIP HOOK FOR LOG CHAIN 




SQUARE GRAB HOOK FLAT GRAB HOOK 



FOR LOG CHAIN 



FOR LOG CHAIN 




Made Polished or Self-colored. When ordering Hook». always state size of Cbain tbe Hooks are for. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



377 



Pike and Hook* 




We are, beyond a doubt. Headquarters tor Pike Poles. 



No 260. 10 feet Pike ami HooC, per^dozen 

" 201. 12 " " 

" 202. 14 " " 

" 203. 10 " " 

" 204. 18 " " 

•• 205. 20 " ' 



We make our own Pole. 



located in a country where ash timl>er ^rov.s 



Straight Pike. 



*ls 00 

20 00 

21 00 
13 00 
25 00 
2S 00 



which we belies e none of our competitors do. as thev are not 



266. 

'07 


10 feet 

12 " 
14 " 
16 !l 
18 " 
20 " 


Pike onI> 


. per dozen 


$16 00 

17 00 


20S. 
?6Q 





18 00' 

20 00 


?70 




22 00 


? 71 


.. 


26 00 




Pickeroon* 






Prices Same as Pike and Hook. 

Our l'oles are all made from the best quality of second jrrowth White Ash, all the ma- 
terial Iwinir carefully selected and none but the best used for these tfoods. 

The Pike* and Hook* are made from crucible steel The ferrules are made seamless 
from Norway irnti. and are verv strong. Hooks ore srmtrt/ Mo the poles (not driven), ami 
can not possibly come loose. 

Order by Number. 



378 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Cant Hook and Peavy Handles, 



Qnax-rrrT^ri'ry 



We claim superior advantages for producing choice handles of all kinds. We have with 
us an abundance of timbers such as are Used m the manufacture of Losing Tool Handles. 
viz.. HiiJkory, k'oek Maple and Ash. We consider a Hkkory Handle will outwear t\v» 
handles made from Rock Maple. While it is true they cost a trifle more money, still they 
are the cheaper handle. 



PRICE LIST. 

Selected Hickory Handles 

252. lh in. x 4J feet, per dozen 

2* in. x5 " '« ■ 

Z\ in. x 5! " " 

Z| in. x 6 " " . . . '. 



Selected Rock Maple Handles. 

in. x 4 feet, per dozen 

in. x4J " •« . . . .. 

in. x 5 " " ' . 

l\ in. x 5j " " 



H 00 

4 30 
."■i 70 

5 10 



*3 20 



3 70 

4 00 



For larger riandles add 25 cents per dozen for each additional l /% inch in 



Pike Poles — No Irons* 






t 



We carry a large stock of these goods in all lengths, and can fill any orders 
promptly. They are finished -with Linseed Oil, which gives them a good ap- 
pearance and also preserves the timber. Nothing but the "Crea/n'' of the limber 
yoes into these goods — all second growth, straight grained white ash. 



No 254 

•' 255. 

" 256 

■- 257 

" 253, 

*■ 259 



PRICE LIST. 

10 feet Pike Poles (no irons.), per dozen. 



We claim a Hickory Handle has Twice the Strength of any other. 



$ 7 00 

. 8 00 
. 9 00 
. 12 00 
. 15 00 
. 18 00 



I 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



379 



Split Socket Peavy — Round Bill. 




No. ioO. 
" 201. 



203. 
204. 
205. 



The SOikrts on these tools art 
matle of best quality wotitabie 

iron, and they are so con- 
structed that in case the handle 
should shrink a trifle they can 
be easily tightened by drawing 
them together with a bolt. 
Hooks are made from crucible 
steel 1 \ 7-16. /YXv.>, hum cru- 
cible steel 15-16 steel bolls 

PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Round Bill Hooks. 

2', in. x 4.;, 5, 5.', or 6 feet handles, per dozen 5-- 50 

Z\ in. x 4.1, 5. 51 orb " •• ,; 25 50 

3 in. x 44, 5, 5^or 6 " " •• : 28 00 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round Bill Hooks. 

24 in. x 4.',, 5. 5.1 or b feet handles, per dozen $21 00 

r\ in. x 4i, 5, 34 or b " " ■• . . 23 50 

3 in. x 4.1, 5, 51 or b " " " ,. 26 00 

Split Socket Peavy — Duck Bill. 




This tool is same a- 
above -with the excep- 
tion of shape of hook. 



207. 
208. 



. 209. 
210. 
211. 



PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Duck Bill Hooks. 

2.1 in. x 4£, 5, 51 or b feet handles, per dozen >22 50 

2\ in. x 4.1, 5, 51 or b " " " . 25 50 

3 in. x 4j. 5. S\ or 6 " " " 2S Ou 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Duck Bill Hooks. 

Z\ in. x 4i. 5, 5.^ or 6 feet handles, per dozen v21 0U 

2f in. x 44, 5, 5| or 6 •• ■■ " ...... "23 50 

3 in. x 41.5,54 or 6 *• „ " " '/_. . 2b 00 



~7^ 



380 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Little Dandy Peavy* 




y^?^-=<g 



This is the lightest Peru ) ever. put on the market, and still, it be- 
ing made from the very best of Materials, it has all the strength neces-* 
sary for ordinary work. We generally put second growth linkcry 
handles in these, although can put in n\k iuc.pL- if desired. 

PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 224. l\ in. x 4, 4 \ or 5 feel handles, per dozen $21 50 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 2Z5. 2) in. x 4, 4} or 5 feet handles, per dozen. ... $ 20 00 

Weight, Eight Pounds 



The Handy Cant Hook* 



No. 226. 

M 227. 
■■ * Z2S. 



No. 229. 
•• 230. 
" 231. 




Malleable Iron Clasp and Toe Ring 
in one piece. Round or Duck Bill 
Hook, "hand-hammered," of 1x7-16 
Cant Hook Steel, clasp bolted to 
handles with # x 3 inch bolts. The 
irons can be easily adjusted to any 
piece of timber when regular shaped 
handles are not convenient. 



PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

2£ in. x 44, 5, 5] or 6 feet handles, per do/en $19 00 

Z\ in. x 44, 5, 54 or 6 " " •■ , 20 SO 

3 in. x 4], 5, 5] or 6 " " " 22 50 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

24 in. x 44. 5, 54 or 6 feet handles, per dozen - . . . £17 50 

2f in. x 4| , 5. 54 or 6 " " •• ■ 19 00 

3 in. x44. 5. 5"i or 6 " •• » 2100 

We claim that a Hickory Handle has Twice the Strength of any other. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



381 



No. 212.. 
" 21.3. 

" 214. 



No. 215. 

" ' 216. 

•"" 217. 



Solid Socket Peavy— Duck Bill, 




-:*;~m PRICE LIST. _ 
With Select Hickory Handles, Round or Duck tfill Hooks. 

Zh in. x 4.}. 5, 51- or 6 feet handles, per dozen. . . . ; : $22 50 

2{in. x4>, 5, 5| or 6 " " , " ...v.. 25 50 

3 in. x4i, 5, 5£or6- '; " v £. , 28 00 

)■: With Select Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. >/, "- " 

21 in. x 4i, 5, 51 or 6 feet handles, per dozen ..'..'.!'..".. $21 00 

2|in. x4fe5,-5lor6 " " .-- " .". :..:... 23 50 

3 in.x4|, 5, 5.', or 6 ." »• " 26 00 

Solid Socket Peavy — Round Bill, 

BBPB 




No 


218. 


2| 




219. 


?:: 




220 


3 


No. 


221. 


24 




->■?? 


21 




223. 


3 



These are very desirable tools, especi- 
al ly so for the Southern trade. We make 
them with extra long hooks for handling 
large logs, and they are in. every way very 
strong and calculated for heavy work. 



PRICE LIST. 

With Select Hickory Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

in. x 41, 5, 51 or 6 feet handles, per dozen |22 50 

in. x41, 5, 5|or6 " " ". 25 50 

in. x41, 5, 5|or6 " "■ " 2800 

«*? With Select Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. . .' .' : , ■ ~; 

in. x 41, 5, 51 or 6 feet handles, per dozen , . . '. $21 00 

in. x 4", 5, 51 or 6 " " .«■ .':...: - V..... 21 50 

in. x 41, 5, 51 or 6 " ;." " .....:..,.;..,.... 26 00 

We claim that a Hickory Handle has Twice the Strength of any other. 
Order by Number,^ 



382 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Little Dandy Cant Hook* 




This is the lightest Cant Hook ever put on the market, and still it is 
plenty heavy for a large variety of work. It is vejry handy about a mill. 
We generally put in second growth Hickory Handles, but can use Rock 
Maple if desired. The Clasp and Toe Rings are of best quality Malleable 
Iron. The Hook is best quality Crucible- Steel. The bojt is steel with 
square head. 



PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 244. Z\ in. x 4, 4£ or 5 feet handles, per dozen. . . . . . $17 00 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 245. Z\ in. x 4, 4£ or 5 feet handles, per dozen $18 50 



"The Columbus ft Cant Hook. 



Malleable Iron Clasp with extension Toe Ring, sizes iy 2 , 2% and 3 inches. 
'Made with either Round or Duck Bill Hook, and nothing but the i best material is 
used in any part. 

PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles (oiled;, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 246. Z\ in. x 4, 44, 5 or 5J feet handles, per dozen £20 00 

" 247. Z\ in. x 4,.4£, 5 or s\ " ". " .....2050 

" 248. 3 in. x 4, %, 5 or 5£ " " " ...2250 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 249. . 1\ in. x 4, 4i, 5 or 5^ feet handles, per dozen . . $17 50 

" 250. Z\ in. x 4, 4£, 5 or S) 2 " " "' .19 00 

''251. 3 in. x 4, 4|, 5 or 5* " " " - -.....,..2100 



We make a Specialty of Heavy Tools for the 
Pacific Slope and Southern Trade. 

We claim a Hickory Handle has'Twice the Strength of any Other 
Order by^Number. 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



383 



Little Giant Cant Hook* 



f^^^^ TC ^TitS^ 



^ „*-!S!! BBS 




Malleable Iron Clasp, 2^, 2K" and 3 inches, with chisel-shaped hook made from regular 
"Cant Hook" Crucible Steel, 1x7-16. Bolts \% x yi made from steel. Handles all nicely 
finished and oiled. ' 



PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles, Chisel-Shaped Hooks. 

No. ZSZ. 24 in x 4$ or 5 feet handles, per dozen $16 50 

" Z55. Z|in. x4|orS " " " 18 00 

" 234. 3 in. x 44 or 5 " " " 20 00 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Chisel-Shaped Hooks. 

No. 235. 1\ in. x 44_ or 5 feet handles, per dozen *1 5 00 

" 236. 2* in. x 44 or 5 " " •« 16 50 

" 237. 3 in. x 44 or 5 " " " 18 50 



The Sampson Cant Hook. 

Malleable Iron Cla?p and Toe Rings, 2*4, 2< and 3 inches. Round or E'uck 
Bill Hooks made from 1 > 7-16 Cant Hock Cruciblt Steel It n-snted from heavier 
steel will supply at same price. 

PRICE LIST. 

With Selected Hickory Handles -oiled-, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. US. 2* in. x 4, 44, 5 or 1} fee; hsndfc- ner dozen ' \ . *l c !0 

" 259. 2% in. x 4, 44. S or 54 •■ ■■ 20 00 

•■ 240. 3 iri. x4,4J, SorSI '* ' 22 00 

With Selected Rock Maple Handles, Round or Duck Bill Hooks. 

No. 241. 24 in. x 4, 44. 5 or .'A feet handles, per do/en .'. ,' .... -IT 00 

" 242. 2i in. x 4, 44. 5 or 54 " " " .:':. ...... . / .\ 1$ c 

" 243. 3 in, x 4, 41. Sor 54 " ".' " '• . ' ':"■-■ -0 50 



We claim a Hickory Handle has Twite the Strength ol any other. 
Order by Number. 




384 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Timber Carrier- 







These Hooks are hung in swivels so they will adjust themselves to any angle desired. 
Hooks are made from crucible steel, and the Swivel a-nd Clip from malleable iron. 



r N T o. 272. Per dozen 



PRICE LIST. 

iWith Selected Hickory or Rock Maple Handles, 



$28 OP 



Saw Handles- 





Diston's Pattern. 



Light Loop 
Cross Cul 



No. 2 74. Bell L oop Cross Gut. "Atkins' Pittcn 
Order by Number. ^ 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



385 



QUINN'S 

Spring Cushion Setf-jidjust/ng J'ioor {Plate 

for 7)ou6/e Ct/itnder Steam 9Jiggers. 



PAT. APtf.l7. t900. 




GUARANTEED-——. 

r. To withstand the most rapid and severe handling 

1. That \l cushions on the forward and backward throw, doing away with all bumpers. 

3. That it will increase the cut of your mill, as the sawyer can handle rapidly, there 

being no danger of knocking out a floor plate. 

4. That a new sawyer can learn to handle without doing any damage. 

5. That it will make a great saving in millwright work. 

6. That it is easy on che machinery and will not knock che crack out of line. 

7. That, with a forward pressure, a log can be turned which could not be couched when 

using the old rigid plate. 

8. That it is of steel, cast in one piece — approximate weight 250 pounds. 
q. That every place is fully warranted. 

10. That it will give four times the service of any ocher plate. Ours is the only Floor 

Plate with a guarantee. 

In ordering select from table below, the measurements corresponding to the dimen 

sions of your tooth-bar and width of opening in floor plate. If your measurements do not 

correspond with those of table, give width of tooth-bar. also width and length of tooth from 

face of bar. Sent to responsible parties on approval. 

When ordering new log turners, ask for Quinn's Floor Plate. 

Price, F. O. B. Cincinnati, $40.00 





TOOTH - BAR 


Floor 

PLATE 




Thickness 
of Sides 


width 


.Lenetfi 

of Tool h 


Width of 
Opening 


No. 1 

No. a 

No. 3 
No 4 
No. 5 
No 6 

Ho. 7 

No 8 


I 


3 ' 

- 4 

4 


3 t<>3M 

3 to 3* 
3 to 3)4 
3 to 3)4 
3to 3 M 
3<0 3K 


4>4 

4>4 

u 

6 
7 



38C 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PLAIN BACK SHOVELS AND 
SPADES Qjf " 

Round and Square Point, D or JLong Handle. 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Gaar 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade 


Fourth Grade 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


* izc PerDoz. 


>1Z8 PerDoz. 


c:,_ List, 

* ,ze Per Doz. 


Size Li8t - 
sue Per Doz. 


2 SIT 50 

3 18 00 

4 18 50 

5 19 00 

6 J 9 50 

7 20 00 

8 20 50 


2 $16 00 

3 16 50 

4 17 00 

5 17 50 

6 18 00 

7 18 50 

8 19 00 


2 314 50 

3 15 00 

4 15 50 

5 16 00 

6 l(i 50 

7 17 00 

8 17 50 


2 $13 50 

3 14 00 

4 14 50 

5 15 00 

6 15 50 

7 16 00 

8 16 50 



Black, 50 cents loss list per dozen. 
Moulders' Shovels, regjilar list. 
Lime Shovels, regular list. 
Flat Drain Cleaners, regular list. 

Malleable D Handle Tamping Shovels, advance list $2.00 per 
dozen. Only made in first and second grades. 

Irrigating Shovels, with step, advance list $2.00 per dozen. 



POST, DRAIN — SPADES — DITCHING. 



u 


'ban Extra 


Hibberd 


Gaar 


— 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Size 


List, 
Per Doz. 


^ l/0 Per Doz. 


Size 


List, 
Per Doz, 


14 in 
16 " 
18 " 

20 " 
22" 


$21 50 
22 00 

22 50 

23 00 
23 50 


14 in SI9 50 
r 16 " 20 00 

18 li 20 50 
20 " 21 00 
22 " 21 50 


14 
16 
18 
20 
22 


n. SI 7 50 
18 00 

18 50 

19 00 
19 50 



For Dimensions, See-Page JJ 
ALL OUR COOD>3 FULLY WARRANTED. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




FATHERLAND (3 

DIAMOND-POINTED SPADES.^^ 
Tee or D Handle, Polished Only. 
-Urban Extra, First Grade, Size 2 . . . List, per dozen, SIT 50 

MINING MACHINE OR SLACK 
SHOVELS. 

"Plain Back, with Extra Long Stem. 
Handles and Malleable D Heads. 



Urban Extra 






Hibberd 




, First Grade 


Second Grade 


Li*t, per Doz. 
Size 4. Blark $21 50 


Size 


4, 


List 

Black - 


. per Doz. 
$20 00 



HOLLOW- BACK FURNACE OR 
HOUSE SCOOPS. 

Oaar. Fourth Crade, D or Long Handle. 

Half 
Black Polished 

Sizp, 9|x 14 '. List, per dozen, $14 00 $14 20 

HOLLOW-BACK SNOW SHOVELS 

ng Handle, 1U x 14 List, per dozer 

Handle, 1U x 14 ..... . " 

TELEGRAPH SHOVELS. 



Gaar, Long Handle, Hi x 14 
Gaar, D Handle, 1U x 14 . 



List, per dozen, S 7 00 
10 00 





Back Strap 


or Riveted. 




Urban Extra 


Hibberd 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Regular Strap, 
Black 


Extra Ix>ng Strap. 
Black 


Regular Strap. 
Black 


Extra Long Strap. 
Black 


m List, 

- lze per Doz. 


Si " p/rDoz. 


Size Per'Doz. 


4i~ T ' i3t - 

1/1 pei Doz. 


6 ft. $10 00 . 6h. $21 00 

7 ft. 21 00 ; 7 ft. 2o 00 
S ft. ... 23 00 , 8 ft. 25 00 


Gft. SI 7 50 

7 ft. 10 50 

8 ft. 21 50 


6 It. $19 50 

7 ft. 21 50 

8 ft. 23 50 



TELEGRAPH SPOONS. 



Urban's £vtra. First Grade. 

6 ft. Handle. Black .... 

7 tt. Handle, " ,. . . ." 
S ft. Handle, «'<......... M 

Tor Additional Cuts, See Pages "" '/^ y f"S" 

ALL OUR GOODS FULLY WARRANTED 



. . List, per dozen, $22 50 

.- • " "- 22 50 

. . " "' 24 50 



388 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




BACK STRAP]SCOOP§^£) 



Narrow Mouth or Eastern Pattern Locom 
Coal Scoops, D or Long Handle 



-iotive"Snd 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


1 
Hoosier 

! 


Caar 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade 


Fourth Grade 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Pol 


shed 


c! __ *&&"* List, 
. jgS per Doz. 


Si : List, 
£ Per Doz. 


Size 


-• List, - 
:1 per Doz. 


Size 


List, 
per Doz. 


f 2 $19 00 
I 3 19 50 
1 4 ^20 00 
^5 20 50 
% 6 21 00 
I 7 21 50 
1 8 22 00 
' 9 22 50 
10 23 00 
12 24 00 


2 ^$17 50 

3 18 00 

4 18 50 

5 19 00 

6 19 50 

7 20 00 

8 20 50 

9 21 00 
10 21 50 
12 22 50 


2 $16 00 

3 16 50 

4 17 00 

5 17 50 

6 18 00 

7 1-8 50 

8 19 00 

9 19 50 
10 20 00 
12 21 00 


2 
3 
4 
5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
12 


$15 00 

15 50 

16 00 

16 50 

17 00 

17 50 

18 J00 

18 50 

19 00 
••20 00 



Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Half Polished, 30 cents less list per dozen. 



BACK STRAP SCOOPS. 

Wide Mouth or Western Pattern Coal and Crain 
Scoops, D or Long Handle. 



Urban '-,; 
tev Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Caar 


"". First Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade 


Fourth Grade 


• Polished 


Polished ? 


- Polished 


Polished 


s " c '« pcVdo ? . 


~" e ■ per Doz. 


S "° * per Dw 


Size hiH * 

per Do/. 


1 $19 50 

2 20 00 

3 20 50 

4 21 00 

5 21 50 

6 22 00 


1 SIS 00 

2 18 50 

3 19 00 

4 19 50 

5 20 00 

6 20 50 


1 $16 50 

2 J 7 00 

3 17 50 

4 IS 00 

5 IS 50 

6 10 00 


1 $15 50 

2 16 V\) 

3 16 50 

4 17 00 

5 17 50 

6 IS 00 



Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Halt polished, 30 cents less list per dozen. 



For Dimensions, See Page 
ALI/OUR GOODS FULLY WARRANTED. 



I 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



389 






\-y 



BACK STRAP SHOVELS AND^ 
SPADES. £X " 

Round or Square Point. D or Long Handle. 



u 


rban 
Extra 


H 


bber-d 


Hoosier 




Caar 


F 


r*t Grade 


V,' 


md Gr*.l^ 


Tr. 


ni Grade 


F.» 


jria tirade 




PAi.>hed 


Pohsn^d 


Poliatied 


Poli-bed 


Sue 


per Oo^- 


Sue 


Li*' 

per Oo/. 


Sue 


L»*t. 
p«»r Do*. 


>- pe^Do, 


4 

s 

6 


S1H 50 
i; nil 

17 .V 
IS <*> 
IS w 


2 
5 

6 


SIS ou 

15 'hi 

16 ^i 

i: ihi 


2 

5 

5 

6 


$<3 50 
H UM 

u =><> 
15 DO 
l-j 50 


2 

3 
4 
5 

• 6 


$12 SO 

13 OV 

13 *> 

14 W 
14 50 



Black. 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Malleable Tamping Shovels, advance list $2.00 per aozen. 
Only made in first and second grades. 

Mining Shovels, both full and half spring, use regular list. 

BACK STRAP COAL AND COKE 
SHOVELS. 

D or Long Handle. 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Gaar 


First Grade 


Second orade 


Th.rd Crude 


Fourth orade 



1 Coal. 


SIS 50 


1 Coal. 


5." 


1 Coal. 


$15 50 


1 Coal, 


$14 50 


2 " 


ia oo 


-> 


17 50 


2 " 


16 00 


2 • 


15 00 


3 M 


19 50 


J - 


IS W 


3 " 


16 50 


3 - 


15 50 


4 Coke 


20 00 


4 Coke 


IS 50 


4 Coke 


17 00 


4 Coke 


16 00 



Hall Polished, advance list 50 cents per dozen. 

BACK STRAP FURNACE OR 
HOUSE SCOOPS. 

D or Long Handle. 
GAAR OR FOURTH GRADE OnlV. 

List, per Doi. List, per Do/. 



No. 00 —Size. 84 x 13. 
No —Size. 9 x 14 . 



Black, S14 00 Hall Pol.. 5;4 20 

14 00 

For Additional Cuts, See Pages /^/ Y 'ff " 

ALL OUR GOODS FULLY WARRANTED. 



390 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Iiltl 



/<*V? 



HOLLOW- BACK SHOVELS AND 
SPADES. 

Po\ind or Sauare Point, O or Long Handle 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier, 


Gaar 


Ftrst Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade ' 


Fourtti Graae 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Slze per Do*. 


s,/e per Doz. 


b,ze per Do/ 


Size L,su 
bize per Doz. 


2 $17 00 

3 17 50 

4 18 00 

5 18 50 

6 19 00 
8 20 00 


2 S15 50 

3 16 00 

4 16 50 

5 T7 00 

6 T7 50 
8 18 50 


2 $14 00 

3 U 50 

4 15 00 

5 15 50 

6 16 00 

8 17 iX> 


2 $13 00 

3 13 50 

4 14 00 

5 U 50 

6 15 00 
8 16 00 



Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Tamping Shovels, advance list, $2.00 per dozen. 

HOLLOW- BACK ORE SHOVELS. 

D or Loner Handle. 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Gaar 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Thud Grade 


Fourth Grade 


_ Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


Polished 


s List. 
b,ze per Doz. 


c.,~ List. 
b,ze per Doz. 


Size L ' 81 
5IZe per Doz. 


8ize peVtJoz. 


4 $18 00 

5 18 50 

6 19 00 
* 20 00 


4 $16 50 

5 17 00 

6 17 50 
8 18 50 


4 $15 00 

5 15 50 

6 16 00 
8 17 00 


4 $14 00 

5 14 50 

6 15 00 
8 16 00 



Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

HOLLOW-BACK COAL AND COKE 
SHOVELS. 

D or Long: Handle. 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Gaar 


First Grade 


Second Grade 


Third Grade 


Fourth Grade 


Blacfc 


Black 


Black 


Black 


Size List - 
b,ze per Doz. 


Size List ' 
5,126 per Doz. 


blze per Doz. 


s Lut. 
5ize per Doz 


1 Coal. $18 50 

2 " 19 00 

3 v ' 19 50 

4 Coke, 20 00 

5 '■ 20 50 


1 Coal, SI 7 00 

2 " 17 50 

3 *' 18 00 

4 Coke, 18 50 

5 ' ' 19 (in 


1 Coal. $15 50 

2 v .16 00 

3 ~ 16 50 

4 Coke, 17 00 

5 " 17 50 


1 Coal," $14 50 

2 '• 15 00 

3 " 15 60 

4 Coke, 16 00 

5 " 16 50 



Half polished, advance list SO coots per dozetk 

For Dimensroas, See Page JyL 

ALL OUR GOODS FULLY ^WARRANTED. 






CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



391 



i&<: 



K> 



HOLLOW- BACK SCOOPS. */ 

Narrow Mouth or Eastern Pattern Locomotive and 
Coal, D or Long Handle. 



I 



Urban **<* 
Extra 



H.bberd 



Hoosier Caar 



Fi 


r>t Grade 


bcrooi 


..ral... 


Tbi 


d UnuJfl 


F-jur 


li Crude 


PvUjbvd 


Ml 


riw) 


Po 


li*hed 


P.. 


i-bed 


Si/e 


«* Lwi, 
^ per Doz. 


Size # 


List. 
p^r D'tl. 


Size 


List. 

per Djz. 


Sue 


Li-l. 
per Doz. 


r 




SIS 50 


o 


SI 7 00 


2 


$15 50 


,-, *t 


514 50 


3 


19 00 


3 


1? 50 


3 


10 00 


3 


15 00 


•S 


10 50 


4 


IS 00 


4 


10 50 


4 


15 50 


20 00 


5 . 


IS 50 


5 


17 00 


5 


16 00 


6 


20 50 


8 


10 L'O 


6 


17 50 


6 


16 50 


7 


21 00 


7 


10 50 


7 


IS 00 


/ 


17 0U 


8 


21 50 


8 


20 00 


8 


18 50 


8 


17 50 


9 


22 00 


9 A 


20. 50 


9 


19 00 


9 


IS 00 


a 




*. 













Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Half polished, 30 cents less list per dozen. 



HOLLOW- BACK SCOOPS. 

Wide Mouth or Western Pattern Grain, 
D or Long Handle 



Urban 
Extra 


Hibberd 


Hoosier 


Caar 


Fir3t Grade 


Se^ 


ond Grade 


Third Grade 


Foi 


rtb Grade 


Polished 


Polished 


Pol 


shed 


Polished 


Size per Doz. 


Size 


List, 
per Doz. 


Size 


List, 
per Doz. 


Size 


List, 
per Doz. 


4 $19 50 

5 20 00 
■6 . 20 50 

7 21 00 

8 21 50 

9 22 00 
10 22 50 
12 23 50 


4 
5 

6 
. 7 
8 
9 
10 
J2 


SI 8 00 

18 50 

19 00 

19 50 

20 00 

20 50 

21 00 

22 00 


4 
5 

6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
12 


$16 50 
17 00 

17 50 

18 00 

18 50 

19 00 

19 50 

20 50 


4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

10 

12 


* $15 50 

16 00 

16 50 

17 00 

17 50 

18 00 

18 50 

19 50 



Black, 50 cents less list per dozen. 

Half polished, 30 cents less list per dozen. 

For Dimensions, 8ee Page J(^ 

'CWAR 



ALL OUR GOODS FULLY* 



RANTED. 



392 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



i 




Monlders'.— Page Ct" 




No. 2, Back Strap, D Handle, Spade. -Page *&* " 




Telegraph Shovels and Spoons. -Page ^J "" No. 2. -Back Strap, D Handle Round Point. Page efr 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



393 




B.'.ck Strip Fen: ace.— Page OCJ 





• -No. 2-- -No. 2.- 

Plain Back, Long Handle. PUin Back, Long Handle, 
^nnd Point Spade, 

Pag* 'W Page £L" 




Back 8trap Mining ffhovela, 
Half and Foil 8pr1ng. 




394 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Snow Shovels.-Page ' /§'' 



„ No. 2.-Plaio Back, Long «' No. 2.— Hollow Back, Lorg o- 

. Handle, Square Point, - Pagp £C Handle, Bound Point. -Page C 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



395 



DIMENSIONS OF SHOVELS, SCOOPS AND SPADES 

MANUFACTURED B 

RICHMOND SHOVEL &T00L CO. 



RICHMOND. IND., U. S. A 



SQUARE POINT SHOVELS. 



No. 2. D or Loog Handle 



ROUND POINT SHOVELS, 



No. 2. 
' 3, 



D or Long Handle 



No. 1 
" 2 



No. 



COAL SHOVELS. 

l> or Lous: Handle. 

Inches. 

Coal 13 j Wide 

" I4j " 

I4i " 

Coke 14; " 



SPADES. 

I> or Long; Handle. 




. 7$ x 7| Wide. 12 Lc.Dg. 
- 8 x 7i " 12] " 



HOLLOW BACK 



Eastern Pattern 

Inches. 
11 Wid 



SCOOPS. 

l> or Long* Haudle. 



Inches. 
15 Long 



No. 



BACK STRAP- Eastern Pattern. 

Inches. 
...:... 11 Wide. 



. ... 12 

... 12^ " 
. ... 13| " 

. ... i3| " 

Western Pattern. 



m 

12 
13 



IS T o. 4 . 



12$ Wide. 

. I3| " 

. 13| " 

. 131 " 

. 14} " 

. 14} " 

I4j " 

15 



154 Long 

It," " 

16$ " 
17 

17* " 

IS " 

18 j " 

19| lt 



No. 



7 WJ 

8 l.U 

9 143 

15 

4" ■ - • 15* 

Western Pattern. 

1 134 Wide. 

2 14" 

3 144 

4 15" 

5 15| 

6 16 



Inches. 
14 ] Long. 
15| 

16 

id| 

17 
173 

18 
18} 

m 

20" 

15£ Long 

16} 

17 

173 

18 

18$ 



396 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



FORKS. 




Coax Fokks 
Blue Finitb. D Handle, 



No. 



. 25. 
225. 

25.' 

26. 

226. 

VV 

0. 

00. 

70. 

80. 

90. 

07. 
025- 
026. 

, 250- 
251. 
252. 
253. 
257. 
258. 



Coke Forks. 
8 Tines, 15 inches long, 1| inches clear space between Tines Perd 

U " " " " " M 



164 
17 



10 
17 
17 

m 

16 
16 



H 
H 

H 

n 

i 
i 

I to I 



7 Tines, 
10 " 

12 »« 

Ore. 8 

** 10 
Stone 8 
" 10 
" 10 
." 12 



Coal Forks. 

17 inches lone:. 2£ inches clear space between. Tines Per dozen, 

15 ' "1 " " " " ' 4 M 

16* " " 1 " " " u " 

Ore and Stone Forks. 
Tines. 15 inches long, 1^ inches clear space between Tinet Per dozen, 



15 
14* 

16 
15* 
16" 



1 

n 

H 

l 

l 



,$20 00 
' 22 00 

24 00 
28 00 
31 00 
33 00 
33 00 
40 00 

28 00 
33 00 
40 00 

$26 00 

25 00 

29 00 

$20 00 
25 00 

20 00 
25 00 

25 00 
29 00 



Tanners Fdrks. 

27| 8 Tines, 15 inches long, 14, inches clear space between Tines. 
V7. 10 " 15 " " 1 " " M « . 

*>8 12 " 16* " " t 



Per dozen. $22 00 

. " 26 00 

30 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



397 



PERFORATED METALS- 

ALL KINDS OF PERFORATIONS SUITABLE FOR 

Cottonseed-Oil Mills, Linseed-Oil Mills, Breweries and Malt 

Houses, Glucose and Sugar Works, Rice Mills, 

Corn Screens, General and Special Uses, 



We furnish this work in iron, steel, copper, brass, zinc or tin. 

It is very difficult to make- an intelligent price list on perforated 
metal, as so many things are to be taken into consideration. We will 
make estimates on any class of work wanted, asking our customers to 
give us the following, information: 

First. Kind of metal and size of sheets each way. 

Second. Size of perforation, round, slot or oval. If slot or oval, 
which way of the sheet the perforations are to run. 

Third. Gauge or thickness of metal. 

Fourth. The width of margins, and if screw holes or nail holes 
are wanted to fasten to frame. Send diagram as shown below. 

Fifth. Flat or rolled. 



120 1 




Customers will readily understand that large numbers o( sheets 
of one-sined hole can be perforated cheaper in proportion than small 
orders. I lowever, we will, whenever possible, bunch orders to save 
our customers expense in this way. See cuts showing regular 
standards. Prices orr duplication. 



398 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STEEL-WIRE CLOTH 



Cottonseed-Oil Mills, Oatmeal Mills, Flour Mills, Linseed- 
Oil Mills, Rice Mills, Grain Elevators, Breweries. 
Malt Houses, Distilleries, Etc* 



Screens of all kinds, Bolting Machines, Fanning Mills, Sieves 
of all kinds, Malt Kilns, Threshing Machines, Etc 

Our cuts show actual sizes of wire and a few of the meshes in 
general use. 

GAUGE. 



® 

m. 




Actual Sire of 'Wire. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



399 



PRICE LIST STEEL- WIRE CLOTH. 

Plain and Tinned* 



Less than ioo lineal feet shall not he considered as a roll. 

The mesh in wire cloth is the distance from center to center 

of wires. 

Subject to Discount. 



No. i MESH. 

Wire Cts. per 

No. sq. fpot. 

3 .. . . ss 

4 -73 

5 60 

6 4S 

7 38 

S \.$2 

9 27 

10 22 

" 17 

\2 14 

I 3 12 

14 lO 

15 8 

No. 34 MESH. 

4 SS 

5 73 

6 60 

7 4S 

8 38 

9 32 

10 27 

ii 22 

'2 17 

•3 14 

14 12 

(S io 

16 S 

No. & MESH. 

5 SS 

6 73 

7 60 

• s 48 

9_- 38 



! 



No. SgMESH. 

Wire Cts. per 
No. sq. foot 

IO 32 

II 27 

12 22 



.14 



No. 2 MESH. 

8 60 

9 48 

10 ..38 

** 32 

12 27 

13 22 

M 17 

J5 14 

16 12 

17 10 

18 S 



No. 2J4MESH. 

9 60 

10 4S 

1 [ • ^8 



12. 

13 
14. 

15 
16. 

17 
18. 

19. 



No. 3 MESH. 

Wire Cts. pet 

No. sq. foot. 

TO 60 

II 48 

12 3S 

13 32 

14 27 

>5 22 

16 17 

T7 14 

IS 12 

19 io- 

20 8 

No. 3% MESH. 

11 60 

12 48 

13 38 

M 32 

»5 27 

16 22 

17 17 

18 . . . . 14 
19 12 

20 10 

21 8 

No. 4 MESH. 

12 60 

13 48 

14 3S 

15 32 

16 27 

17 22 

18 17 

19 U 

20. 12 

2 T . IO 

22 8 



No. 4V2 MESH. 

Wi-e Cts. pei 
No. sq. foot. 

l 3 57 

M 45 

15 35 

16. ..... . 29 

17 24 

'8 19 

l 9 T 5 

20 U 

21 11 

22 ■; 

23 7 

No. 5 MESH. 

13 60 

u 48 

15 3S 

16 32 

17 27 

18 22 

J9-: J 7 

20 14 

21 12 

22 10 

2 3 8 

24 7 

No. 6 MESH. 

14 60 

15 48 

16 38 

17 3 2 

1S 27 

19 22 

20 17 

21 T4 



No. 6 MESH. 

Wite Cts. per 
No. sq. foot. 

23 I 3 

2 4 8 

25 • 7 

No. 7 MESH. ? 

15 60 

16 48 

17 38 

iS 32 

19 27 

2Q 22 

21 17 

22 14 

2 3 12 

24 IO 

25 s 

26 7 

No. 8 MESH. 

16 ... . 60 

17 4S 

18 38 

19 3 2 

20 27 

21 22 

22 17 

23 T4 

24 12 

25 10 

26 8 

27 7 

No. 9 MESH. 

17 60 

18 ,48 

19 38 



400 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PRICE LIST STEEL-WIRE CLOTH- 

Plain and Tinned. Subject to Discount. 



No. 9 MESH. 

Wire Cts. per 
No. sq. foot. 

20 32 

21 ....... .27 

22 22 

23 17 

24 14 

25 -..12 

26 IO 

27 8 

28 7 

No, 10 MESH. 

18 ....... 60 

19 48 

20 38 

21.. 32 

22 27 

23 22 

24 17 

25 14 

26 12 

27 IO 

28 8 

29 7 

No. 12 MESH. 

19 60 

20 48 

21... 38 

22 32 

23 27 

24 22 

25 17 

26 14 

27 12 



No. 12 MESH. 



Wire Cts. per Wire Cts 

~ r ™ f No. sq 



No. sq. foot. 

28. 
29. 

30. 



IO 



No. 14 MESH. 



20. 
21. 
22. 

23- 

24. 
25 
26 

27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
31. 

32- 
33- 
34- 



.60 
.48 
•33 
■32 
•27 
.22 

-17 
•15 
•13 
.12 



No. 16 MESH. 

...60 
...38 
...32 
...27 
... 22 



27. 
28. 
29. 
30- 

3.i- 

32. 

33 

34 
35- 



No. 18 MESH. 



23 
24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

No 

24 
25 
26 
27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 

No 

25 
26 
27 
28 
29 - 



foot 

60 

38 
32 

27 

22 
17 
15 
13 
12 
II 
IO 

9 



20 MESH. 
,'.62 

52 
43 
35 
27 
24 
20 

17 
15 
13 
12 
10 



MESH. 

..65 
••55 
. 46 
..38 
..30 



per Wire Cts. per Wire Cts. per 
nAI ^^ c ^ f oot. No. sq. foot. 



No. 22 MESH. 



No. sq. foot. 

30. 
31. 
32. 
33- 
34- 
35- 
36. 



No. 24 MESH. 



26. 

27. 
28. 
29. 
30. 
3i- 
32. 
33 
34- 
35- 
36. 



•65 
•55 
.46 
•38 
•30 
.26 
.22 
.19 
.17 
•15 
•13 



No. 

28. 
29. 
3o. 
31. 
32. 
33- 
34' 
35- 
36. 



30 MESH. 

66 

56 

47 

37 

31 

27 

23 

20 

19 



No. 40 MESH. 

31.. 68 

32 57 

33 ....... 48 



No. 40 MESH 



34 
35 

36. 
37- 



.44 
.40 
.36 
32 



No. 50 MESH. 



34- 
35- 
36. 
37- 

3S- 



.72 

•59 

•52 
.48 
.44 



No. 60 MESH. 

36 68 

37 64 

38.. 60 

39 58 

No. 64 MESH. 

37 75 

38 . ...70 

39 65 

No. 70 MESH. 

38 80 

39 75 

No. 74 MESH. 

39- •■ 

40 .. 



.90 
.85 



No. 80 MESH. 



.105 
..90 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



401 



SCIOTO" RAILROAD OR CANAL BARROW 




Full Sized Bent Tray, well planed, cleated, braced and bolted, as shown in cut. 
Legs and cross pieces gained, leg braces extending beyond the handles, forming 
)races for the tray, and bolted to it. 

Diameter of wheel, 17 inches; tire, T \ x l£ inches; spokes, §x 1 inch; £ 
nch axle bolt. Unpainted. 

Knocks down completely for shipping, and is easily set up. Weight per 
dozen, 576 pounds. 




Same as above, except furnished with No. 13-X Lewis Patent Steel Spoke 
Wheel. Diameter of wheel, 16i inches; spokes, § inch round; tire, If xg 
inch ; ^ inch axle bolt. Painted black. Weight per dozen, 594. 



402 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WHARF OR OYSTER BARROW 




Also suited for ashes, coal or stone. All 



Thor- 



The best Wharf or Phosphate Barrow made, 
hardwood. Handles 5 feet long. 

Sides and end pieces of tray dovetailed together, iron strapped and firmly nailed. 
oughly braced and bolted. Tray iron strapped on top. 

Size of tray : 12 inches deep at handles and 16 inches at wheel ; bottom, 17 inches wide 
by 18 inches long ; top, 32 inches wide by 33 inches long. Wheel, 17 inches in diameter ; 
tire,Ji \ x T 3 7 inches; spokes, 1 x 1 inch. Axle bolt, \ inch. 

Painted brown ; wheel, lead color. Weight, 63 pounds. 

Price, per dozen, wood wheel, $ ; steel wheel, $ 




Similar to our Wharf Barrow, with Bowl of much greater capacity. Selected hardwood, 
with sides and end pieces dovetailed together, iron strapped and , firmly nailed. Tray 
iron strapped on top. All other parts thoroughly, braced and bolted. Also suited for bones 
and use in fertilizer factories. A good Sawdust Barrow. 

Size of tray : 16 inches deep at handles and 26 inches at wheel ; bottom, 17 inches wide 
by 18J inches long; top, 41 inches wide by 43 inches long^ Wheel,. 17 inches in diameter; 
tire, l}x T 3 ^ inches; spokes, 1 x 1 inch. Axle bolt, £ inch. 

Painted brown ; wheel, lead color. Weight, 80 pounds. 

Either Wharf or Malt Barrow furnished, when so ordered, with No. 13-X Lewis Patent Steel 
Wheel, 16J inches diameter; tire, If xf inches. 

Price, per dozen, wood wheel, $......; steel wheel, $ . , - *" 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



403 



"JUMBO " OR CORN BARROW 




For Corn, Coal, Sawdust, Manure, Ashes, etc. 

Bent elm tray, 11} inches deep at handles and 14J inches at wheel by 42 inches wide by 
\2 inches long on top. Wheel. 17 inches diameter; tire, l|x T 3 j inches ; spokes, 1 x 1 inch, 
^xle bolt, } inch. 

Weight, 60 pounds. Capacity. 9 cubic feet. 

Furnished with No. 13-X Lewis Patent Steel Spoke Wheel, when so ordered, 1 6 J inches 
iiameter: tire, If x|. 



Price, per dozen, wood wheel, $. 



Price, per dozen, steel wheel, $. 



STAVE OR BARK 
BARROW 




For Staves, Bark, Bales, Boxes, etc. A serviceable Barrow for use at boat landings and 
depots. Strongly made of hardwood. Body and dash strapped with heavy iron. Well 
finished, painted dark red and varnished. Weight, 65 pounds. 

Handles, 55 inches long. Bottom, 24 inches wide at handles and 21 at dash. Dash, 14 
inches wide at top and 17 at foot by 30 inches long. Wheel. 21 inches diameter; tire, 
1| x ^ inches; spokes, 1x1} inches. Axle bolt, f inch. 

Folds for shipping same as Garden Barrow. Price per dozen $ 

Furnished with No. 15-X Lewis Patent Steel Wheel, when ordered, 19 inches diameter; 
tire, l|x J inches. 



404 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Folding Garden or Farm Barrow 

With Jacobs' Patent Wheel 

REMOVABLE SIDEBOARDS— DOUBLE FRAMES 




No. 3 Set -Up for Use 



These Barrows are made of thoroughly seasoned wood, with double frames, firmly bolted together, 



iron braced, and so constructed that, by simply removing one bolt (the axle) and two nuts, they can be 
folded flat down (see cut), and shipped at lowest rate of freight. But a moment's time is required to set 
up for use. 

No. 2, with No, 2 Wood Wheel 1 b% inches diameter; tire, l\ix3-\6 inches; spokes, %xl inch. 

No. 3. with No. 3 Wood Wheel 19 inches diameter; tire, 1^x3-16 Inches; spokes, lxl inch. 

No. 4, with No. 4 Wood Wheel 21 inches diameter; tire, I%x3-16 inches; spokes, lxlKinch. 

No. 5, with No. 4 Wood Wheel 21 inches diameter; tire, l%x3-l 6 inches; spokes, 1x1% inch. 

Axle bolts on Nos. 2 and 3 are %'inch ; Nos. 4 and 5, % inch, 

No 2 is small size No. 3 medium, No. 4 large, and No. 5 extra large. 



No. 


Dimensions of Bed 


Capacity 


Length of Handle 


Weight 


Price, Doz. 


2 
3 
4 
5 


11 x 20 x 25 inches 

12 x 22 x 25 inches 
14 x 24 x 28 inches 
21 x 26x 31 inches 


3 cubic feet 

4 cubic feet 
6 cubic feet 
9 cubic feet 


48 inches 
52 inches 
54 inches 
54 inches 


45 lbs. 
52 lbs. 
59 lbs. 
80 lbs. 


$ 



Painted green and varnished. Painted Red or Blue when so ordered. These Barrows are also fur- 
nished painted one coat of metallic brown, for ExDort Trade, at reduced prices. 



With Lewis Patent 
Steel-Spoke Wheel 




Nos. 2 and 3— No. 13-X Wheel, 16% inches diameter ; tire, \%xY g inches. 
Nos 4 and 5. -No. 15-X Whe.el, 19 inches diameter ; tire, l%x% inches. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



405 



STRAIGHT HANDLE STONE BARROW 




For Stone or Pig Metal. 

This is a strong, well-made Barrow, iron strapped over the bottom, and well bolted 
together,. The iron straps are put on crosswise, as in cut. 

Handles, 6 feet long. Legs, 12 inches long. Bottom, 1 J inches thick by 23 inches wide 
by 21 inches long. Dash, 10 inches high. 

Wheel, 17 inches diameter ; tire. 1| x T 3 g- inches ; spokes, 1 x 1} inches. Axle bolt, f inch. 

Painted dark red. Wheel, lead color. Weight, 64 pounds. 

Price, per dozen, wood wheel, $ ; steel wheel, $ 

BENT HANDLE STONE BARROW 




Bent handles. Thoroughly bolted. Well ironed. We guarantee it to give satisfaction. 

Handles, 6 feet long. Cross piece at legs, 2x3 inches. Bottom, 1} inches thick by 26 
inches wide by 27 inches long. Dash, 11 inches high. Wheel, 17 inches diameter; tire, 
If Xj\ inches ; spokes, 1 x lj inches. Axle bolt, | inch. 

Painted dark red. Wheel, lead color. Weight, 72 lbs. 

Either of the auove Barrows furnished with No 15 Lewis Patent Steel Spoke Wheel, 
when so ordered, 16} inches diameter; tire, If xf inches. 

Price, per dozen, wood wheel. $ ; steel wheel. $ 

Stone Barrows are always shipped set up complete, except wheels off. 



406 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SfEEL TRAY WHEELBARROWS 








No. Z 


For Coal, Manure, Cinders, Ashes, etc. 






No 


Length 
oa Top 


Width 
on Top 


Depth at 
. ...Wheel 


Depth at 
Handle 


Greatest 
Length 


Greatest 
Height 


Capacity 


Weight 


1 
2 
3 


32 in. 
35% in. 
41% in. 


29 in. 
28%in. 
33 in. 


7 in. 
8}i in. 
11% in. 


5 in. 

6 in. 
8 in. 


65 in. 
65 in. 
65 in. 


19 in. 
20% in. 
24 in. 


3 cubic ft. 

4 cubic ft. 
6 cubic ft. 


57% lbs. 
59 ibs 
66 lbs. 



All Trays No. 15 Steel. 

The flange of tray is turned over a T % steel rod, which passes entirely around tray, giving 
a smooth finish to the edge of bowl, preventing breaking, and stiffening and strengthening it. 

No. 13-X Lewis Patent Round Spoke Steel Wheel, 16£ inches diameter; tire, If x i 
inches. Tray and wheej painted black ; frame, brown. 




No* 3 Coal or Coke Barrow weight, 65 pounds. 

Capacity, 400 to 450 pounds coal, or 5 bushels coke or charcoal, or 6 cubic feet earth. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



407 



The Pan-American Steel Tray Barrow 

STEEL VS. WOOD— « THE WOOD TRAY MUST GO! » 




Best Barrow on the Market for Street Pavers. Unequaled for Strength and Durability. 



The Tray of No. 14 Best Steel, Pressed from a single sheet, without joint, seam or rivet, 
wronger and more durable than riveted iron trays of same thickness. The flange of tray is 
urned over a T 5 ( steel rod, which passes entirely around the tray, giving a smooth finish to 
he edge of the bowl, preventing breaking, and stiffening and strengthening it. 
Size of tray : Greatest length. 32 inches ; greatest width. 33 inches ; depth at wheel end, 
1 inches ; depth at handle end, 7J inches. 

The V/heels are so constructed, having the spokes tightened from the center, that it is 

impossible^ for tires to come off or spokes to be loosened. These wheels revolve on a fixed 

haft or axle bolt, similar to a buggy wheel, and run true and evenly, and the axle shaft 

serves as a brace to the handles. Wood Wheels, 17 inches diameter; tire, lJ-x T \ inches. 

No. 13-X Lewis Steel Wheel, 16 inches diameter; tire, lfxf inches: steel spokes, 

| inch round 




408 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



TUBULAR STEEL WHEELBARROWS 

WITH WHEEL GUARD 




The No. 14 Lewis Steel Wheels used with these Barrows are 16J inches in 
diameter, with iron tire 1 J x §• inches, and steel spokes \ inch round, malleable 
hub, \ inch axle bolt. 



No. 


Gauge 
of Steel 
in Tray 


Length 
on 
Top 


Width 
on 
Top 


Depth 

at 
Wheel 


Depth 

at 
Handle 


Greatest 
Height 


Cubic 
Capacity 


Weight 


Price, 
Each 


4 

4% 
5 


15 
14 
14 


32 in. 
32 in. 
35% in. 


29 in. 
29 in. 
28% in. 


7 in. 
7 in. 
8% in. 


5 in. 

5 in. 

6 in. 


19% in. 
\9 l / 2 in. 
21% in. 


3 ft. 

3 ft. 

4 ft. 


70 lbs. 
75 lbs. 
78 lbs. 


$10.75 
11.50 
13.50 



Greatest Length of all Barrows 67-J inches. Greatest Width of all Barrows is 
Width on Top of Tray. WITHOUT WHEEL GUARD 




These Barrows are intended for moving earth, sand, gravel, mortar, etc. For 
the heaviest work in mines, quarres, etc., we recommend our Tubular Mining 
or General Purpose Steel Barrows, shown on another page. 



1 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



409 



TUBULAR STEEL WHEELBARROWS 

WITH WMh.hl, GUARD 




The No. 15 Lewis Steel Wheels used with these Barrows are 16} inches in diameter, with 
Iron tire If xf inches, and steel spokes £ inch round, and extra heavy malleable hubs, f 
nch Axle Bolts. The legs and leg braces are extra heavy. 



No. 


Gauge 
of Steel 
in Tray 


Length 

on Top 


Width 
on Top 


Depth 
at Wheel 


Depth at Greatest Cubic u/^-„u. 
Handle j Height , Capacity j Wei g ht 


Price 
Each 


. 7 
10 
12 


14 
13 
15 


35 l A in. 
41%in 
41^in. 


28%in. 
33 in. 
33 in. 


8Kin. 
1 1^ in. 

ll^in. 


6 in. 
8 in. 
8 in. 


2lKin. 
25^ in. 
25^in. 


4 ft. 

6 ft. 
6 ft. 


88 lbs. 

109 lbs. 

93 lbs. 


$14 25 
20 00 
18 50 



Greatest length of all Barrows. 67-V inches. 
Greatest width of all Barrows is width on Top of Tray. 
No. 7 Barrow, capacity, 215 to 250 pounds of coal. 
No. 10 Barrow, capacity, 400 to 450 pounds of coal. 
No. 12 Barrow, capacity, 5 bushels coke or charcoal. 

No. 12 Barrow is intended for carrying coke, charcoal, or other light material, and is not 
intended for use as a coal Barrow. 

WITHOUT WHEEL GUARD 




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410 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STEEL CHARGING BARROW. 




No. 2.— LIGHT PATTERN. 



This Barrow is designed to meet the demand for a lighter and cheaper 
Charging Barrow than our No. or No. 1 , and especially for. Blast Furnaces. 

Box: 45 inches long x 26 inches wide x 20 Inches deep, of No. 12 Steel. 
Steel Angles at corners If x If xj inches, firmly riveted to plates. Bottom re- 
enforced with plate 12 x 26 inches of No. 12 Steel. Top Band Steel 1^ x f 
inches. 

Wheels: 34 inches diameter; Tire 2xf inches; 9 Spokes, f inches 
round. Cast Iron Hubs. Fastened on Axle by Washer and Cotter. 

Legs: Steel If x -| inches with Cross and Lateral Braces, If x f and 
1^ x ^ inches. 

Steel Axle, 1^ inches square — 38 inches long over all. 

Painted Steel Color. 

Weight 385 lbs. Price, $36.00. 



_ 



THE "BOSS" SOLID STEEL DRAG SCRAPER 




Nos, I and 2 Scraper Without Runners 

(Patented November 4, 1879, and March 24. 1885) 

BEST AND CHEAPEST SCRAPER IN THE MARKET 

These Scrapers are made from heavy plates, of specially hardened steel, and are stamped 
from one sheet without joint, seam or rivet. They are superior to any other Drag Scraper 
upon the market, the " Columbus" Solid Steel Scraper alone excepted. The bowl being 
made of thicker and harder steel, enables it to scour where no other Scraper will ; and owing 
to tjie sharp, rounded nose, it will enter the ground more readily than any other make of 
Scraper. The Bails are Steel, with perfect working swivels, and handles of hardwood. 
We guarantee this Scraper in every particular. Made in three sizes. 




Nos* I and 2 Scraper with Runners 

No. It Capacity, 7 cubic feet , weight, 90 pounds; each 

No. 2. Capacity, 5 cubic feet ; v/eight. 80 pounds ; each 

With Steel Runners, extra weight, 8 pounds ; each extra 

With Steel Bottom Plate, extra v/eight, 15 pounds: each extra. 



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412 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



TRUCKS. 



Store and 
Warehouse 
Trucks. ' 

New York Patterr 



Barrel Trucks. 

New York Fatiern. 





. Full Ironed. 

Steel Nose, Cross-Bar; 

One Wood and Three Curved < 

Made with all four Cross-Bars Curve 

in list price. 



and Axle. 

teel Cross-Bars. 
Steel atfl.00advi 



No ' 


Len. or Handle 


Width 


D.ameterof 






ft. in. 


inches 


Wheel, inch. 


lbs. 


rnce 


1 


3 11 


19 


6% 


55 


% 9 00 


2 


4 2 


20 


7% 


75 


11 00 


3 


4 6 


22 


8% 
10% 


90 


16 00 


4 


5 


24 


117 


21 00 





Handle 




Width 






No 








Weisht 


Strap- 


Simp- 






~13~ 


. . 


6 




$4 85 




1 


4 


16 


36 


le 50 


2 


4 5 


14 % 


19* 


6^ 


54 


6 00 


8 00 


3 


4 V 


16% 


21% 


7% 


66 


7 00 


9 00 


4 


4 11 


ie 


SUV 


8% 


80 


8 00 


10 00 


b 


5 4 


IT 1 . 


22% 


10 ^ 


100 


9 50 


11 50 


6 


5 8 


18% 


24% 


; . 


120 


11 50 


13 50 




Steel Nose, Side Straps and Cross- 


Bars. 


Steel Axle. 


No. 


Length ofi Width at 
Handle, Nose, 
ft. in. inches 


Width at 
Upper Bar, 


Wheel 
Dia. Tread 


Weight j Price. 


1 
2 
3 
4 
5 


4 13 
4 '5 14% 
4 7 15% 

4 11 16 

5 4 | 17* 


16 

19% 
21% 

21% 
22% 


6 

6% 
7% 

8% 
10% 


1% 
2 

2% 
2% 


60 |$7 00 
65 9 50 
92 10 00 
100 1?00 
120 |13 00 



Warehouse and Store Trueks. 




Western Pattern-Half Ironed. 
Axles Turned and Wheels Bored. 





No. 


Length ot 
Handle, 
ft. in. 


Width 


Dim. ol 
Wheel 
inches. 


Wgt. 


Price 


U 
1 

2 
3 


3 S 

3 11 

4 2 

4 6 


18 

19 
21. 

22 


6% 

6% 

1% 

8% 


42 
44 
55 

74 


$6 00 
7 00 
9 00 

13 CO 



CoLUl 



"Columbus" Truck.— Length of Handle 
46 inches; width at nose, 12 inches; width 
at upper cross-bar, 17% inches; axle, % inch 
square; weight, 34 lbs. Price, each. . $6 00 



No. 


Length of 
Handle, 
ft. in. 


Width 


Dim. ot 
Wheel 


Wgt. 

pounds. 


Price 




1 

I 


3 6 

3 11 
4. 4 

4 S 


19 
19 
20 
22 


6% 
6% 
.7% 

* 8% 


49 

50 
66 

87 


$7 00 

8 00 ^ 
10 50 

15 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



413 



TRUCKS. 



Bag Trueks. 

With Steam-Bent Handles. 



Hotel Trueks. 

With Rubber Banded Wheels. 



Cheese Trueks. 





No. 3. 

Heavy Cast Iron Nose. 
j. 1. Length of handle, 42 inches; width 
at nose, 11^ inches, width at upper bar, 
16K> nches ; axle - % inch sc i uare ; wheel . 

6x1% inches; weight, 29 lbs. Price $5 00 

No. 3. Length of handle, 48 inches; width 
at nose, 15 inches; width at upper bar, 
20)4 inches; axle, 1 inch square; wheel, 
6%x2 inches; weight, 58 lbs. Price. . . .$9 00 

Railroad and Paeking House. 



Bent Handle Hotel. 

Axles Turned and Wheels Bored. 
Steel Nose and Steel Axle. 




No. 


How 


Len. of 

Handle, 
ft. in 

3 8 

3 8 

4 3 
4 3 


Width, 
inches 


Diam. ol 
Whe.el, 


Weight 
lbs. 


Price 


1 
1 

2 


Half 
Full 
Half 
Full 


18 
18 
20 
20 


6 
6 

8K 


40 
46 
51 
58 


$10 00 
11 00 

14 00 

15 00 



The "N. C." Freight Truck. 



Steel Nose, Straps, Cross-Bars 
and Axle. 

Handles, 4 feet 6 inches long. 
Width of frame, 16 inches. 
Four curved steel cross- 
bars, with center strap riv- 
eted to each. Wheels,. 7$ 
inches diameter. Weight, 
55 lbs. Price $12 00 

Wheat or Grain Trueks. 

The*Golden Gate" Pattern. 




i Trucks-R R. Full Ironed. 



Extra Heavy. Handle and Cross Straps bolted 
through Handles, Axles turned and Wheels 

No. 4. Length of Handle, 5 feet;width, 24 inches; 
diameter of wheel, 10?^ inches;weight,120 lbs 

Price -520 00 

No. 6. Length of Handle, &/ 2 feet; width, 2£ s 

inches; diameter of wheel, 12 inches; weight, 

ISOlbs, Price $24 00 



Tmsln 



5 Pounds. 



y Transportation Companies. 



inch 



ches; length of e 






viJth :it 



.•, 16 
i wide 



■s extending ; 
I bolted through dash, 
handles wood-bolster and ax'e: twouppercurvtd 
cross-bar^ of l- ; .x"i ir.ch ice!, and bolted through 
straps and nandles. Wheels. 9^ inch diameter. 
: Cinch face, s'ee: axle, PA inch square; steel 
legsar.c »• Weight. 105 lbs. 
Price. $20 00 



No 3. Length of handle, 4 feet8 inches; width 
at nose, 15 inches; with at upper bar, 19 inches-, 
wheels. 10 inches in diameter, 2%-inch face; axle, 
]J4-inch square; spindle corned; wheels bored. 

These Trucks are made of selected lumber; 
iron work is hand forged; put together substanti- 
ally with bolts; extra long nose-iron for grain 
sacks. They have been adopted and used by the 
largest grain dealers on the Coast. 

Price ..... • ■■ $1 6 °° - 



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414 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MACHINE SHOP WAGON. 




Capacity, four to five tons. This truck is especially adapted for machine and railroad 
shops, foundries, factories, etc.. Constructed to meet the wants of the users. 
Prices on application. 



THE "IMPROVED STAR" TRUCK. 

NO TRUCK OF ITS KIND CAN EQUAL IT. 




It will handle with the same facility 
Large and Small Boxes, Kegs or Barrels 
of any size, and by slipping hook around 
out of the way can be used for a Bag 
Truck. 

The hook slides on the handle, and is 
readily adjustable. Handle is of oak; nose 
plate, axle and hook of steel; wheels 3% 
inch diameter; a^id truck is very strongly 
built. 

It is just the thing for general use in a 
store. Send a sample order and see for 
yourself. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



415 



CHEST ROLLERS AND RIGID TRUCK CASTERS. 





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5 


i% 


1* 


6 { 4x2<4 


5 


5 40 


8 


1% 


2 


9%x6 


9 


16.50 




No. 3 Packed one Set in a Box, Japanned. 
Nos. 5 and 8 Packed In Bulk, not Japanned. 



Three Sizes. 



"SAMSON" TRUCK CASTER. 



FOR FACTORIES, STORES, 
AND ANYWHERE IN CON- 
STANT AND HARD USE. 





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485 


2% 


3*4 x 4^ 
3% x 5 


3% 


2.75 


490 


s% 


4'4 


3.75 


495 


4 


5>4 x 5% 


5*4 


4.75 



Packed in Bulk. 




416 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



No. 4 A 
Oblona Plate, \k x 2A inches. 



The upper bearing on the 
stem consists of a rolling bo\ 
containing stee! antifriction rolls, 
and. they are so arranged <hat the 
wear is evenly distributed. Ab- 
solutely noiseless. 




No. 4 E. 

Steel Stem, tV x 1-J inches. 
Plate, 1 inch. 



No. 4 F. 

Cast Iron Stem, J x 2tV inches. 

Plate, Ij inch. 



Above shown casters are hnished in bronze and can be furnished 
with nickel plated wheels of lignum-vitae wheels. L 

We make Casters in 18 different styles and 
sizes, for all purposes. 

Catalogue cheerfully mailed on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



417 



ASBESTC5S MAGNESIA SEC. AND PLASTIC 
COVERINGS. 




For Steam Pipes* and Boilers. 

This Covering is composed of Asbestos, Magnesia and other absolutely tire-proof, non- 
conducting materials. Is moulded into form. Has as an outer shell a heavy woolen felt jacket, 
which adds to its efficiency and durability. This combination makes it the most efficient and 
durable high pressure steam pipe covering ever produced. 

It is made in sections 3 feet long, to fit any regular size pipe, from % inch to 12 inches in 
diameter. 

Canvas Jacket and brass lacquered Bands to hold it in position. Sections are cut length- 
wise through the center so they can be applied by any ordinary workman. 

Coverings for Regular Ells, Tees, 45° Ells, Globe Valves and Crosses are also moulded of this 
same material. 



In 

% 
1 


side Diameter 

of Pipe, 
inch 


Price 

Lineal Eoot. 

$0.22 

.24 

.27 

.30 

.33 

.36 

.41 

.45 

.51 

.57 

.63 

.69 

.75 

.82 ' 

.90 

.98 
1.14 
1.50 


Price List. 

Ells 

• each. 
$0.24 

.30 

.31) 

.30 

.30 

.33 

.38 

.44 

.48 

.52 

.60 

.69 

.78 

.99 
1.20 
1.32 
1.50 


Tees, 
each. 
$0.36 
.39 
.39 
.39 
.39 
.44 
.49 
.57 
.63 
.70 

.90 

1.08 
1.44 
1.62 
1.80 
2.10 


Valves, 
each. 
|0.36 

.39 

.39 
.39 
.39 
.44 
.49 
.57 
.63 
.70 

!90 

1.08 
1 44 
1.62 
1.80 

2.K) 


Crosses 
each. 
80.45 
.51 


" 


.51 


VA 

9 


" 


.51 


" 


.51 


" 


.57 


?M 


*« 


.63 




<■<• 


72 


?>v„ 


" 


.81 


4 


" 


.90 


AVr, 


it 


.9ti 


5 


i* 


1.08 


6 


" 


1.2U 


7 


" 


1.32 


8 


n 


1.44 


q 


M 


1.62 


10 


14 


1.80 


12 


" 





Prices on Plastic covering furnished upon application. 
Liberal Discount to Dealers and Large Consumers. 



418 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE GEM FLUE CLEANER- 




WE} manufacture all sizes, from 1% to 6 inches. 
The Gem being strictly automatic, it readily 
passes over welds, and it is made light, so that it 
is a pleasure to handle it. 

We supply you at about one-half the price of 
any other cleaner. 

In ordering give the •outside diameter of the 
Tubes. Ask for discounts. 

LIST PRICE, $1.QO PER INGH. 

STEAM FLUE CLEANER. 




Size of 
Tubes, 
Outside 
Diameter 

2 to 2^ 

3 to %% 

4 to i% 



Price, wit 
Clamps 

nnd 

Nipple. 

7.00 
9.00 
10.00 



Best 4- Ply 
Steam 

H()Se. 

Per Foot 

% 0? 
1 83 
1)4 1.04 



INGALLS ADJUSTABLE TUBE SCRAPER. 




Size Inches 2 

Plain Each 2.00 



With Brush . . 
Sxtra Brushes. 



2.50 
50 



2M 
2.25 

2.85 
.60 



2M 

2.. 50 

3.15 

.65 



PRICE LIST. 

2% 3 

3.00 



354 3^ 



3.45 
.70 



3.75 



3.25 
4.05 
.80 



3.50 
4.40 

.90 



4.00 
5.00 
1.00 



4.50 
5.65 



5.00 
6.25 



6.00 

7.50 
1.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



419 



COMBINATION FLUE CLEANER. 




The original combination of this nature, and still remains the best. Price, 2 to 4 inches. SI. 25 per 
Without Brush Price, 2 to 4 inches, §1 per inch. 






Christoffel Coil Brush and 
Flexible Scraper Combined 
ltol% % iy± 2% 2% 
$1.00 1.10 1.20 1.30 1.40 

3 SH %% 3% 4 
$1.50 1.65 1.75 1.90 2.00 
Over 4 in. 75c per inch. 
COMMON SPIRAL FLUE BRUSHES. 



Elliptic Spring: Steel and 
Adjustable Tube Seraper. 

I to 2 in. $2.00; over 2 in. $1.00 
per in.; over 4>£ in. $1.25 per 
inch. 



Steel Wipe Boiler Flue Brush 

with Guapds. 

8 to 24 inches. 

Per inch. 4Qc 




THE RUGGLES FLUE CLEANER 



Price, Black, i. 1%, V 2 . \%, and 3 Indies. . .Each 

Other sizes larger, to 6 Indies Per Inch 

Same of Bright Tinned Iron and Steel Wire, 
soldered throughout. 

Price, 1, 1H IK. ISC and 2 luches Each 

Above 2 Inches Per Inch 



Flue Cleaners, 1V4 to 3 inches diameter .$5.00 

3'i> inches 6.00 

4 inches 7.00 

" l 1 -; in. to 5 in. inclusive 10.00 

Wire Cable Handle with Fittings, up to 18 ft 3.50 

Flexible Links for StiffRods 1.50 

Knives for Smoke Flue Cleaner, per set 2.00 



420 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 

The Niagara Tube Cleaner. 

A SAVER OF TIME, LABOR, FUEL AND BOILER COMPOUND. 
MODEL A. 




Patented : Oct. 24th, 1893 ; Sept. 25th, 1894; June 2d, 1896; May 15th, 1900. 

PRICE LIST 

With hose couplings, without hose. 

2, 2y 2 and 3-inch, with tine extra head, and five extra sets of cutters and 

arms - -. $65.00 

2, 2y 2 and 3-inch, with only one extra set of cutters and arms 45.00 

Zy 2 . 4 and 4^-inch. with one extra head, and five extra sets of cutters 

and arms . ,. . 75.00 

3J4, 4 and 4>£-inch, with only one extra set of cutters and arms -• • • 50.00 

PRICE EXTRA PARTS. 

Cutters and Arms • . . .. . : ........... t $ | qo per set 

Cutter Wheels -.• . . . .-.; . . . . . . . ... <. ,.-.. .. . , : . . . 5 each. 

Cutter Arms .- .•••..-.. ^.. . 10 each. 

50 ft. 1 -in. four-ply wire-bound Steam Hose 25 00 

50 ft. 1 Y-2 -in, four-ply wjre-bound' Steam Hose 35 00 

The NIAGARA 'is used in connection with Babcock & Wilcox. Heine 
Sterling Standard". Root. Wood. Hyde, and in fact mostly every type ot water- 
tube boilers. 

JtaT" When ordering extra parts give the factory number of your Cleaner, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



421 




Gardner ™ 

Governors 




for 

Stationary and Portable 
Engines. 

Made with Speeder, Automatic Safety Stop and Sawyer's Lever. 

Figure — shows Standard Class "A" pattern, made in sizes from 1 % m. 
to i6 in. inclusive. It has the Automatic Safety Stop. 

Figure — shows Standard Class "B" pattern, made in sizes from 54 m to 
10 in. inclusive. It has Speeder and Sawyer's Lever, but not the automatic stop. 

PRICE LIST OF CLASS "A" AND " B." 



1 



Price Class B, Plain . . 

Price Class B, Finished 

Price Class A, Plain 

?rice Class A, Finished 



$14 00$I6 00S18 00 
16 00 18 00 20 00 
50 21 00 
23 00 



S21 00*85 00 $30 00*35 00*40 00*50 00 $60 00.S7I 00 5*3 00S94 00 122 00 I l50 00 185 
24 00 "29 00 34 00| 40 00, 45 00| 58 00 69 00 81 00 94 00 106 00 136 00 lb6 00 202 
24 50| 29 50 36 00, 42 00 4S 00, 59 00, 71 00; 83 00. 96 00 109 00 140 00 170 00 210 
27 50 33 50 40 00 47 00 53 00: 67 00; 80 00 93 00 107 00 121 00 154 00 : 186 00-227 



00 215 00 240 00 
00|235 00 260 00 
0024 L 00270 00 
00.261 00 290 00 



TABLE OF DIMENSIONS OF CLASS "A" AND "B" GOVERNORS 



Size of Governor— Diameter of Opening 



Diameter of~ Base Flange 

Diameter of Side Flange 

Largest Radius of Balls 

From Center to Side Flanged 

From Base to Center of Inlet 

Extreme Height -Standard Governors . 
Height, Inches- Spring Governors. . . 

c rom Center to End of Shaft 

Diameter of Pulley— Standard Governoi 
Diameter of Pulley— SpringGovernors 

Width of Belt • • 

Number of Revolutions— Standard Gov. 

Number of Revolutions — Spring Governors. 
Diameter of Cylinder— 300 ft. Piston Speed. 
Diameter of Cylinder— 400 ft. Piston Speed. 
Diameter of Cvlinder— 500 ft. Piston Speed. 
Diameter of Cylinder— 600 ft. Piston Speed. 




Figure • 
Figure ■ 



DIRECTlpNS FOR ORDERING GARDNER GOVERNORS 

In ordering Governors, be particular to state if plain or finished 
is wanted; the style, Spring or Standard; class, '"A" or "B" and 
style of valve chamber as per cuts lettered in catalogue. 

We make Governors to fit any engine, but unless special meas- 
urements aFe expressly given in the order, we ship in strict accord- 
ance with our tables of dimensions. If, therefore, you wish Gov- 
ernors with any deviation from these dimensions, be particular to so 
specify. If the speed of the engine is given with the diameter ol 
pulley on the engine shaft, we will furnish the proper size pulley for 
the Governor. When this is not given, the size pulley mentioned 
in table of dimensions will be sent. 

Standard Governors are recommended for. slow and medium speed 
engineg^and Spring Governors for high speed and pertable engines. 

ifrre speeders and iron pulleys are furnished free with every 
Governor. If desired, however, we will furnish iron flanges for 
wooden pulleys. 

■ represents the Spring Class "A" pattern, with Speeder, Sawyer's Lever and Automatic Stop. 

• represents the Spring Class "B" pattern, with Speeder and Sawyer's Lever, but without Automatic Stop. 




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422 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PICKERING GOVERNORS. 

Uniformly successful on all makes and styles of Steam Engines, 

There are more Pickering Governors in use than any other type 

MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP OF HIGHEST GRADE. 





Fig; 2, Class B, represents Gov- 
ernor with Speeder attachment by 
use of which the speed of Engine 
can be varied while in motion. 
Also provided, when ordered, with 
Sawyer's Lever without additional 
charge. 



Fig. 4, Class A, represents the 
Governor with Automatic Stop, 
which closes the Valve when belt 
breaks. This device is simple and 
certain in its action. When Gov- 
ernor is driven by vertical belt, 
order should so specify. 



Governors for Gas Engines. 

Pickering Governors are also largely used on gas engines. They are attractive 
in appearance, give highest efficiency, and costless than the devices in common use. 
We solicit correspondence from builders who desire to improve their manufacture. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



423 



PICKERING GOVERNORS. 

PRICE LIST AND DIMENSIONS. 

The following table of prices and dimensions refers to Class A and B Governors 
hown on preceeding page. Valve chambers of different forms are provided as re- 
hired, usually without extra charge, and other changes can be made to meet special 
onditions. 



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$14.00 


Class B. 

Finished. 


Class A. 

Plain. 


Class A. 
Finished. 


f. 
S- u 

-• E 

p 


s. v. 


: - 




> 


]/ 2 Inch 


$16.00 


Screw 
or 3 l /z 


Screw 


500 


3 4 


y A - 


I6.00 


18.00 






Screw 
or 3 )i 


Screw 


500 


i) 2 


: ; 4 


i 


1S.00 


20.00 
i 


$21.00 


$23.00 


Screw 
or 4^ 


Screw 


450 


2 


i* 


1 •■ 


2 1 . 00 


24.00 


24.50 


27.50 


Screw 
or 5 


Screw 


450 




* 


K " 


25.00 


29.00 


29.50 


33-50 


Wa 


Screw 


420 


2 ! 2 


I ! 2 


2 


30.00 


34.00 


36.00 


40.00 


ty 2 


Screw 


420 


2 ] -, 


**A 


m '• 


3 5 • co 


40.00 


42.00 


47.00 


1 


6 


3S0 


3 


2 


n " 


40.00 


45-00 


4S.00 


53.00 


iyi 


>cre\v 

or ty 2 


3S0 


3 


2 


3 " 


50.00 


5 8 . 00 


59.00 


67.OO 


9 


s 


320 


4 


2 


y/z " 


60.00 


69.00 


71.00 


So. 00 


- 10 


sy 2 


320 


4 


2 


4 


71.00 


81.00 


83.OO 


93.00 


11 


9V2 


320 


5 


2 T 2 




83.00 


94.00 


96.00 


107.00 


11 


10 


320 


5 


2 l / 2 


5 " 


94.00 


ro6.oo 


109. CO 


121. CO 


12 


11 


2 7? 


5 


2 T -> 


6 


122.00 


136.00 


140.00 


154.00 


14 


13 


275 


6 




/ 


150.00 


166.00 


170.00 


186.00 


15 


m 


275 


7 


3 


8 " 


1 8 5 . 1 


202.00 


210.00 


227.00 


17 


15 


260 


7 


3 


9 " 


2 1 5 . 00 


235.00 


241.00 


261.00 


iS 


16 


225 


8 


3'2 


10 " 


1 240.00 


260.00 


2 70. CO 


290. CO 


20 


iS 


225 


8 


3^ 



For full information send for special list. 



424 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




ZU 3ud$on Improved Governor 

Made in two kinds — Standard and Spring, 
and described in two classes, A 
and B — workmanship and qual- 
ity the same. Class A either 
Standard or Spring Governor, 
with Automatic Stop Motion. 
Spring Speeder and Sawyer's 
Class B, the same as Class A in all 
except without Automatic Stop 
The Spring Governor is high speed 
and the Standard medium speed. 



Lever. 

respects 

Motion. 



In ordering Governors, state which class is wanted, whether 
Standard or Spring, Plain or Finished, and with or without 
Improved Angle or Globe Stop Valve. 



Size of Governor 
Diameter of Opening 


y 2 


Vs 


1 


m 


m 


2 


2M 


2y 2 


m 


3 


3^ 


Price Class B Plain. 
Price Class B Fin'd. 
Price Class A Plain. 


$14 00 
lb €0 


$16 00 

18 00 


$18 00 

20 00 

21 00 
23 00 


$21 00 

24 00 
24 50 

27 50 


$25 00 
29 00 
29 50 
33 50 


$30 00 
34 00 
36 00 
40 00 


$35 00 
40 00 
42 00 

47 00 


$40 00 
45 00 
48 00 
53 0d 


$45 00 
51 00 

53 00 
59 00 


$50 00 

58 00 

59 0O 
67 00 


$60 00 
69 00 
71 00 


Price Class A Fin'd. 






80 00 











Size of Governor 
Diameter of Opening 



Price Class B Plain 
Price Class B Fin'd 
Price Class A Plain 
Price Class A Fin'd 



$71 00 
81 00 
83 00 
93 00 



43^ 



$83 00 $ 94 00 
94 00 1 106 00 
96 00J 109 CO 

107 00: 121 00 



sy 2 



$108 00 
121 00 
124 00 
137 00 



$122 00 
136 00 
140 00 
154 00 



$150 00 $185 00 
166 00] 202 00 
170 00i 20 0<) 
186 00 227 00 



10 



$215 00 $240 00 
235 00 260 (10 
241 00 270 00 
261 0u 290 0U 



DISCOUNT FURNISHED ON APPLICATION 



1 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



425 





CI4S8 B. HOBJZOMAL. 



Special Valve Chambers 

will be fitted to 
Governors if Necessary 





PRICE-LIST OF THE MONARCH GOVERNORS. 



Size of Governor 



i% 



Class A, plain - ■ 
Class B, " 
Class A, finished . 
Class B, " 



16 50 

14 00 

15 50 

16 00 



15 50 

16 00 
20 .50 
13 00 



$ 
21 00 

IS on 
23 On 



24 50 29 50 36 00 
21 00 25 00*30 00 
27 00 33 50,40 00 



20 00 24 00 29 00 34 00 



42 00 
33 00 
4: 00 
40 00 



$ $ $ 

48 O0J59 0071 00 83 00 

40 00 50 00 60 00171 00 

I 
53 00 67 OOjSO 00193 00 

45 00 58 00 69 00 81 00 



$ 

96 00 
83 00 
107 00 
94 00 



Of' T 



$ I . I 

109 00 140 

94 00 122 00 
121 00 154 CO 
106 00 136 00 



'0 00 210 00 
150 00 185 00 
186 00 227 00 
166 00 202 00 



241 00270 00 
215 001240 00 
261 00290 00 

2 



TABLE OF DIMENSIONS. 



Site of Governor . . 



Diameter of Base flange - - 

Diameter of Side " 

Center to 8ide Flange 

Center to Base " 

Height in inches 

Radius of Balls 

Center to End of Shaft 

Diameter of Pulley 

Width of Belt 

ReTolutiens per Minute 

Diam. Cyl. (800 ft Piston Speed) . 
Diatn. Cyl. f400 ft. Piston Speed ) . 
Diam. Cyl. (800 ft. Piston Speed). 
Diam. Cyl. (600 ft. Piston Speed). 



15 1 



m 



426 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LUNKENHEIMER GAUGE COCKS. 






Regrinding Gauge 
Cock. 



Soft Seat 

Compression Gauge 

Cock. Plain. 



Soft Seat 

Compression Gauge Cock, 

with Stuffing Box. 



Number 00 1 

Size Blank Shank Incb K H X 

Cut for Pipe Thread Inch X A Y% Vz 

Regrinding Compression Gauge Cock Each .90 1.05 1.30 

Soft Seat Compression Gauge Cock Each .80 .90 1.00 

Soft Seat, with Stuffing Box Each 1 .00 1. 10 1.20 

Ball Gauge Cock Each .... 




Ball Gauge Cock. 



1 

u 

1.80 
1.10 
1.30 



.90 



1.00 




Mississippi Gauge Cock. 



Number , 1 

Size Blank Shank Inch % 

Cut for Pipe Thread Inch y % 

Mississippi Each .75 



2 3 4 

% Vz x 

1.00 1.25 1.50 



LUNKENHEIMER AIR COCKS. 




Air Cock, Air Cock, Air Cock, 

T. H.& Shoulder. Double-End, T. H. Bibb Nose, T. H. 

Number 1 

Size of Blank Shank ' . . . Inch */% 

Size of Shank Pipe" Thread Inch % 

T. H. and Shoulder Air Cock Each .40 

T. H. Double-End Air Cock Each .50 

L. H. Double-End Air Cock Each .60 

T. H. Bibb Nose Air Cock Each .65 

L. H. Bibb Nose Air Cock Each .75 

T. H. Bibb Nose Air Cock, Hose End , . .Each .90 

L. H. Bibb Nose Air Cock, Hose End. . . r Each 1.00 



Air Coc 


k, 


Bibb Nose. 


L. H. 


2 3 


4 


% H 


X 


X M 


tf 


.50 .60 


.80 


.60 .70 


1.00 


.70 .80 


1.10 


.75 .90 


1.10 


.85 1.00 


1.20 


.00 1.25 


1.50 


.10 1.35 


1.76 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



427 



LUNKENHEIMER GENERATOR VALVES. 

FOR GASOLINE ENGINES. 

ANCLE PATTERN. 

The Angle Pattern Generator Valve has been de- 
signed for use on gasoline engines to take the place 
of a carburetter and for certain purposes will be 
found more efficient and reliable. Simple in con- 
struction and made of few parts there is no liability 
of giving trouble after being in use a short while. 
Any one can readily understand how to manipulate 
this valve to obtain best results. 




Size Pipe Connections . . . .' Inches 

Angle Pattern Each 



2.60 



H 



4.00 





Sectional View 
of Upper Gauge 




Exterior of 
Complete Gauge 



LUNKENHEIMER AUTOMATIC WATER GAUGE. 

WITH REGRINDING VALVES. 

The Lunkenheimer Automatic Water Gauge will be found to 
be all that its name implies, and can be relied upon to act promptly 
in shutting off water from gauges when glass breaks ; thus the 
danger and annoyance attendant upon closing of valves attached 
to gauges is dispensed with. 

We call attention to the method of placing the valves, which 
are put at an offset to the body, thus placing them out of the way, 
which permits of renewing glasses under' full steam pressure. 
Another feature is the method of making the gauge either right or 
left hand, as may be desired. This is done by reversing the plugs at 
top and bottom of gauges, when the position of same can be changed. 
While steam pressure is on, to preserve the automatic feature, 
the valve stems of both gauges should be screwed back as far as 
they will go, so as to allow ball valves to act promptly when occa- 
sion requires. 

This gauge is made of gun-metal composition, carefully finished, 
and we can safely recommend it to our patrons as being thoroughly 
reliable in every way. The valves are of the well-known Regrinding type and can be %asily 
kept tight. All gauges are carefully tested and fully warranted. 

3-Rod, Part Finished, Iron Wheels, ^-inch Glass, K-inch Pipe Thread Each 12.00 

3-Rod, All Finished, Wood Wheels, £-inch Glass, ^-inch Pipe Thread Each 14.50 

3-Rod, Part Finished, Iron Wheels, £-inch Glass, ^-inch Pipe Thread Each 12.00 

3-Rod, All Finished, Wood Wheels, £-inch Glass, £-inch Pipe Thread Each 14.50 

LUNKENHEIMER WATER GAUGES. 

TWO-ROD. 

2-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Bodv, #-in. Glass, y 2 -in. Pipe. Each 3.00 

2-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Bodv, ^-in. Glass, ^-in. Pipe. .Each 6.00 

2-Rod, All Finished, #-in. Glass, { / 2 -\n. Pipe Each 3.75 

2-Rod, All Finished, |^-in. Glass, ^-in. Pipe Each 8.00 

THREE-ROD. 

3-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Body, K-in. Glass, ^-in. Pipe. .Each 3.50 

8-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Body, #-in. Glass, y 2 -in. Pipe. . Each 4.00 

3-Rod, All Finished, ji-in. Glass, y 2 -m. Pipe Each 5.00 

3-Rod. Part Finished, Bronzed Body, %-va.. Glass, ^-in .Pipe. .Each 8.00 

3-Rod, All Finished, #-in. Glass, £-in. Pipe Each 9.50 

FOUR-ROD. 

4-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Body, ^-in. Glass, %-in. Pipe. .Each 5.00 

4-Rod, All Finished, #-in. Glass, j£-in. Pipe Each 6.50 

4-Rod, Part Finished, Bronzed Body, %-\n. Glass, #-in. Pipe. . Each 8.50 

4-Rod, All Finished, #-in. Glass, &-in. Pipe Each 10.00 

»i, «, . ~ ._ / . , , - , , Three-Rod.wlth 

All Water Gauges nave a plug in top for replacing glass tube. Regrind. Valves. 





Two-Rod. 



428 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WRIGHT IMPROVED SAFETY 
WATER COLUMNS 




THE IMPROVEMENTS 

The superiority of the Wright Safety- 
Water Columns will at once be recognized 
for the following reasons : 

ONE VERTICAL INSTEAD OFTWO HORI 

ZONTAL VALVES 
ONE SEAMLESS ROUND FLOAT INSTEAD 

OF TWO OBLONG FLOATS WITH 

SEAMS. 
ALL PARTS ATTACHED TO THE CAP 
GAUGE COCKS ON EITHER SIDE- 
EXTRA HEAVY CONSTRUCTION 



These points of superiority put the Wright Safety Water Column at the head of the list. 



Price List of the Wright Improved Safety Water Columns 




Combined High and Low Water Alarms 






General 


Dimensions in Inches 








Size 

Col 


Kind and Size 


s 


List Pnee 
of Columns 

Water Gauge 
and 


of 

Water Gauge 

and 
Gauge Cocks 


" and 
Water 


Blow- 
off 


Watet 
Gauge 


Gauge 
Glass 


Gauge 
Cbcks 

Centers 


Cock*' 
Size 


Center of 

Water 
Connection 

of Column 


Diam. 
of 

Column 


Length 
over all 


of 

Col 


1 


36" to 54" 


6" 


$28 00 


* t 7 00 




M 


'4x14 


HxI2 


3 


y 2 


17 


•>K 


24 % 


1 


5 


56" to 72" 


8" 


30 00 


T10 00 


1 % 


h 


&x\b 


,*xl3 


4 


K 


21 


5 


30 





7 


Others deter 


12" 


35 00 


tio 00 


I 'A 


y* 


#xl8 


VxlO 


6 


H 


24 


5 


33 y 2 


7 


9 




18" 


40 00 


. 1I1S 00 


Wz 


l 


ii x24 


-' 4 x22 


9 




30 


5 


39 


y 


11 


ural variation of 


24" 


42 50 


1 1 5 00 


1 j4 


i 


h x30 


H x28 


12 


H 


36 


5 


45 


n 


13 


water in boiler 


30" 


45 00 


1*20 00 


1 '4 


i 


A 4 \36 


*%x34 


10 


H 


42 H 


5 


51 


13 


15 


See Note 


36" 


50 00 


11*20 00 


i a 


i 


3 4 x42 


*3<x40 


12 


K 


48'A 


5 


57 


13 




Low Water Alarms 








General 


Dimen 


>ions in Inches 








2 


36" to 54" 




$25 00 


$ T 7 00 


, 


M 


;;xl4 


f&\i 


3 


y- 


17 


4/z 


24 *f 




('. 


54" to 72" 
Water Tube 




2.H 00 


tio 00 


\% 




V\15 


? 4 xl3 


4 


a 


20 





29 


t 


8 




35 00 


« 15 00 


1/2 


^ 


#x18 


fcxl6 


6 


* 


24 


.) 


33 


8 



f Compression gsugc c 

NOTE- The size ol iV 

lade ordinarily by selecting 



' M PORTENT ^ work,rj g parts are attached to the cap and are removed when the cap is removed. 

_________——_——_ expert help or special tools are needed to repair these columns 



1 rovision is made for gauge cocks on either side of all these columns This does away with all trouble about right 
and left hand columns, and renders all stock available for filling orders and a comparatively small stock answers 
for quite a considerable demand 



"Include the Wright Improved Safety Water Columns in all Boiler Specifications 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



429 



BOURDON GAUGES. 



SINGLE SPRING. 
Fig. 59a. 








Iron Case. 


Iron Case, 


Bra, 


X. P. 


Brass Deep 


N. p. Deep 




Size. 


Brass 


N. P. 


Case. 




Case. O. 0- or 


Case. O.G.or 






King. 


Ring. 






Oct Ring. 


Oct. Ring. 


Fig. 50a 


24 iucli Dial, 


$200.00 


$206.00 


$360.00 


9280 00 






«• 


20 


135.00 


140.00 


190 00 


205.00 






" 


18 


110.00 


113.00 


155.00 


167.50 






•« 


16 


90.00 


92.00 


125.00 


135.00 






4< 


14 


75.00 


76.50 


100.00 


107.50 






" 


12 


50 00 


51.50 


75.00 


79 00 


S80.00 


384.00 


" 


10 


32.00 


33.00 


40.00 


43.00 


44 00 


47.00 


Fig. 8, 


SH " 


22.00 


22 75 


30.00 


32. SO 


33 50 


30.00 




6% •« 


1G.00 


16.60 


20 00 


22 00 


23.00 


2500 


" 


6 


13.00 


ld.50 


16.00 


17.50 


1S.50 


20 00 


" 


5k " 


10 00 


10.25 


12.00 


13 25 


13.75 


15.00 


" 


5 : " 


8.00 


8.20 


11.00 


12.00 


12.50 


13.50 


" 


AV 2 •' 


8.00 


8.20 


10.00 


11.00 


11 50 


12.50 


" 


3k " 


7.00 


7.18 


9.00 


9.75 


10.25 


11.00 


H 


3 


6.00 


6 15 


*.00 


8.60 


9.25 


9.75 


M 


2H " 


6.00 


6 15 


8.00 


8.60 


9.25 


9.75 


** 


2 " 


6.00 


6.15 


s.00 


8.60 


9.25 


9.75 


exc. 


i 






10 00 
12.00 


10.60 
12.60 







No Gauge warranted unless connected by a Siphon. 



430 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



- 



HYDRAULIC GAUGES. 

With Steel Tube Spring 

The superiority of the Schaeffer & Budenberg Hydraulic 
Gauges over all others is generally conceded and proved by the 
large demand which exists for them. . 

The Steel Tube Springs employed therein were first invented 
by us and have been in practical use for over thirty years. Hav- 
ing been improved from time to time, they are now as perfect 
as springs can be made. 

STANDARD PRICE LIST. 

For any Pressure not exceeding 20,000 lbs. per Square Inch. 



Size. 


Iron Case, 
Brass 
Ring 


Iron Case. 

N P. 
Ring. 


Brass Case. 


N. P. Case 


12 inch Dial 

10 " 


$110.00 

90.00 
70.00 
60 00 
35.00 
30.00 
25.00 
23.00 


$111.60 
91.00 
70.75 
50.60 
85 50 
80.50 
25.50 
22.50 


$125.00 
100.00 
80.00 
60.00 
40.00 
35.00 
30 00 
26.00 


$129.00 
103.00 


8U " 


82.50 


6& " 


62 00 


<r ■« :.::.;::.: 


41.50 


5 " 


36.00 


4H " 


31.00 


3^ " 


26.75 







For Maximum hand add $5.00 to the list. 
No extra charge for marking tons per Ram on Dials. 
In ordering state diameter of Piston and highest pressure 
to be carried, in pounds per square inch. 

Fig. 14a. Valve to Protect Gauges against damage 

arising from sudden removal of pressure .... $ 8.00 

Fig. 14b. Needle Stop Valve 10.00 

Unless otherwise ordered the connection of Gauges as well 
as Valves is y 2 inch straight pipe thread, and a Copper Washer ' 
is furnished with Gauge and Valves for end packing. 

Recording Hydraulic Gauges, 

PRESSURE GAUGES 'FOR" NATURAL GAS. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



431 



PRESSURE GAUGES FOR NATURAL GAS. 




Fig. 2. 



Fig. 3. 



i f These Gauges are made for any desired pressure," to suit the high 
.initial as well as low reduced pressures./ 



432 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SCALE OF PRICES. 

Fig. 1. STEEL DIAPHRAGM GAUGE. 

6 inch Dial, for pressures not exceeding 300 lbs $12.00 

Fig. 2. PRESSURE GAUGE. 

6 inch Dial, with Steel Tube Spring, for any 

required pressure .35.00 

6 inch Dial, with- Brass Tube Spring v is not 
recommended for pressures higher than 
1000 lbs 35.00 

Fig. 3. OPEN MERCURY GAUGE. 

For 3 lb. pressure . 5.00 

5.00 

. . . . , 6.00 

8.00 

. ... .. .. 12.00 

16.00 

20.00 



5 1b. 


7 lb. 


10 lb. 


15 lb. 


20 lb. 


25 lb. 



Fig. 4. SIPHON PRESSURE GAUGE. 

4 inch Nickeled 5.00 

6 " "' 6.50 

8.00 

^ lO.OO 

12.00 

15.00 

; 18.00 



8 

10 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
24 



28.00 
35.00. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



433 



THE NASON STEAM TRAPS. 



THE " NASON ' TRAPS. 
.0^0- 



THE "SIDELUG" TRAPS. 
(Patented) 





(Size No. 1.) (Size No - L > 

For Pressures of 80 lbs. or less For Pressures ranging from 80 to 150 lbs. 

Number of Steam Trap 1 2 3 4 5 

S'ze of Pipe Connections. .. .,. ..... .inch % 3 i 1 U£ 1^ 

Diameter outside of Flanges...:.... " 10% 14^ 15?^ 19 24i 4 

Diameter of Cylinder , " 8 10}£ 12 14 18 

Hei-ht to top of Valve ». 11 14 16^' 18^ 23^ 

Height to top of Cover " 8 10 12. 14 15^ 

Maximum discharge lbs. water per rnin. 2 5. 8 12 20 
Greatest number of square feet of sur- 
face to which it shoud be applied 350 900 1400 2000 3500 

Greatest number of lineal feet of 1-in. pipe 
surfaceto which it should be applied... 1050 2700 4200 60J0 10500 

Weight, ibs. "Nason" 40 80 113 176 336 

Weight, lbs. "Sidelug" 47 92 125 212 343 

Price, "Nason'< $16.00 $20.00 $27.50 $42 50 $70.00 

Price, "Sidelug"... 16.85 21.30 29.25 45.50 74.7o 

THE "NASON 1 ' TRAPS. For higher pressures a radical de- 

parture in construction of the covers 
has been designed and patented, con- 
sisting of so reinforcing the joints at 
the point of inlet and outlet where 
the steam ports pass from pots to cov- 
ers, that leaks near these places can- 
■ not occur, there being no possibility 

^^^m^y^MM^^S^K^^'':^^t of the gaskets blowing out. A con- 
~fe~- - ^^""^fy ^. '-*^tijj0&£& siderable increase \\\ the number of 
~~ bolts used for each size has been 

*SfF]£ adopted, thus rendering these traps 

not only amply equai to the extreme 
work imposed upon them, but infin- 
itely better than anything hitherto 
made in this class of trap. These 
traps are known as the Nason "Side- 
..— n-ritm lug"' trap, and should be universally 

■^i5*&55i specified in all cases where they are 

to be used in connection-with press- 
ures exceeding 80 lba. 
(Sizes No. i and 5.) . -""..-- -—- 




434 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



The Wright Emergency Steam Trap 



BV PA55 VALVE 




A Trap which will Dispose of an Unusual Inflow of Water Instantly and Waste no Steam 



FOR PRICES AND DIMENSIONS SEE NEXT PAGE 




DESCRIPTION 

' HREE steam tight outlet valves are employed instead of one. These valves are 
placed at the top of the trap, as far removed from dirt, grit and sediment as 
possible. . The water enters, filling the trap^to the center of the float and form- 
ing a sea! of four to six inches of water over the lower end of the outlet pipe, 
thus preventing the escape and waste of steam 

When thus filled, sufficiently to raise the float, one valve is opened slightly 
if there is but little water coming into the trap, but widely in eveni of a sud 
deu inflow of water. This one valve is equal to the task of taking care of the water uudei 
ordinary conditions, but in event of water coming into the trap faster than the one valve can 
discharge it, the water rises in the trap, carrying the float up with it and opening the second 
and third valve successively, if necessary It will be observed that the discharge of each of 
these valves is continuous and that the action of the trap in emergencies is instantaneous. 

MECHANICAL SUPERIORITY 

It is believed that these- Traps excel in many details which go to make a successful trap 
The valves are not only placed where they are least likely to become obstructed by sediment, 
or be worn out and rendered inoperative by grit, but are renewable without llisturbing the 
piping or even talking off the cap. All the working parts are attached to the cap and may be 
removed without disturbing the piping. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



435 



The inlet and outlet being both on the same line, this Trap may be let into the floor, if 
necessary, in order to obtain the desired inclination to the pipe leading to the Trap, without 
which the efficiency of the heating system will be greatly impaired 

The traps are provided with a by-pass which may be used at will and which many 
engineers .ightly insist upon having Traps not provided with a bypass are rendered inope- 
rative if the valves become stopped up 

Provision is made for a water gauge, with which the operation of the trap may be watched 

They have wide and thick flanges and' sufficient bolts to not only insure safety, but to 
prevent all trouble and annoyance by blowing out gaskets. 

They are mechanical in design and workmanship and in every detail' as near perfect as 
skill and experience, combined with a new factory and modern equipment can make them 

The floats are seamless and rouud — the strongest possible form for a float, and are made 
for high pressure service They are tested to 300 pounds hydrostatic pressure and guaranteed 
for a working pressure o r 1 50 pounds. 




PRICE LIST OF THE WRIGHT EMERGENCY STEAM TRAP 



Size of Trap -. >• 

Size of Inlet and Outlet 


No. 1 
1"' 

8i" 

75 

900 

2700 
825.00 


Np. 2 

r 

12" 

110 

1350 

4000 
$30.00 


No 3 
1" 

180 
2250 

6750 

$40.00 


No. 4 
U" 

13f" 
360 

4500 

13500 
$55.00 


No. 5 

U" 

15£" 

480 
6000 

18000 
$75.00 


No. 6 
2" 


Diameter through Inlet and Outlet. . . . 
Maximum Discharge m Gallons per hour 
Intended for not Exceeding 

Square Feet of Radiating Surface. 

Intended for not Exceeding 

t - Lineal Feet of 1 inch Pipe. 

List Price 


16V 

720 

9000 

27000 

$100.00 





NOTE: The actual capacity of these Traps is double the capacity indicated in square feet and lineal feet of 
I inch pipe, 50 per cent of their capacity being reserved for emergencies 



436 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE 
IMPROVED "ACME" STEAM TRAP 

WITH BY-PASS. 




Fig. 10. 

This Trap is substantially the same construction as the one 
illustrated in Fig. 8, but is provided with a By- Pass and Valve for 
the quick discharge of water and dirt which' may have accumulated 
in the pipe while the Trap was shut off and not working. 

The By-Pass is opened by screwing down the valve-spindle. 
With the By-Pass closed the Trap will work in the same manner 
as described in Fig. 8. 

DIMENSIONS, CAPACITIES AND PRICES. 



Number of Trap. 


2 


3 | 4 


5 


Size of Pipe Connections 


10 
3.000 
1.000 


1 

12 

4.500 
1,500 


14 

15 

7.000 

2.400 


\% 


Entire Height of Trap 

Entire Width of Trap ' 


17 

18 


Will drain lineal feet of 1 in. pipe 

Will dram square feet of surface 


10.800 

a. goo 


Prices 


$?0 00 


$27.50 


$42 fill 


£70.00 



. 



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437 



THE ANDERSON 
IMPROVED STEAM TRAP 




SIZES AND CAPACITY 



Size of Traps, 


X 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Size of Connections 


% 


Ya 


1 


iK 




2 


-Maximum discharge per 
minute of condensation. 


3 lbs. 


5 lbs. 


8 


14 


20 


30 


Greatest number of square 
feet of surface that should 
be applied. 


500 


800 


i,35o 


2,350 


3,5oo 


5,000 


Greatest number of lineal 
feet of i-inch pipe surface 
that should be applied. 


1,500 


2,500 


4,000 


7,000 


10,000 


15,000 


Prices, 


$20.50 


$22.50 


$28.00 


$35-00 


$50.00 


$70.00 



438 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




G. M. DAVIS REDUCING VALVES I 

STYLE NO. 1 

Adapted for all purposes for steam reduction. Guaranl 
teed to reduce any variable pressure to any lower press! 
ure and maintain same unvarying and uniform ine^per-F 
tive of demand or fluctuation of. initial pressure. Madd 
entirely of metal, nd has no diaphragms, springs norj 
packing. Made for air or water at no extra charge. 

STYLE NO. 2 

Same as Style No. 1, with addition of dash pot. RecomJ 
mended to be used where there is a pulsation or vibral 
tion in steam, as in connection with engines, pumpsl 
exhaust steam heating, etc. 

PRICE LIST NO. 1 



Size... 
Price.. 


M 1 \\ \\ 2 2£ 3 %\ 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 18 
20 22 24 26 30 35 40 50 60 75 100 J 35 175 275 400 500 600 8(X 


PRICE LIST NO 2 


Size. .. 
Price . 


% 1 1\ U 2 H 3 3j 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 1 1 

25 27 29 30 36 42 48 58 70 90 120 160 200 300 435 525 625 8*2f 



Note— Lrane Standard Flange Diraensi ms and Template used. 

DAVIS CONTINUOUS 
FLOW TRAPS 

Unequalled for capacity per hour and especially de- 
signed to eliminate flooding. Seamless copper floats 
guaranteed 300 lbs. pressure. This trap can be used 
interchangeably on low pressure and high pressure 
conditions without changing or adjusting a part. For- 
eign matter does not interfere with its operation. 



Number.. 


00 





1 


2 


3 


4 


Inlet.. ... 


Hin. 


%-in. 


l-i n. 


1^-in. 


m-in. 


2-in. 


Capacity. 


1,500 


3,000 


6,500 


15,000 


20 000 


30,000 


Price..... 


$15 00 


$20 00 


$30 00 


$45 00 


$60 00 


$80 




DAVIS NOISE- 
LESS BACK 
PRESSURE 
VALVE.... 

Sliding differential valves 
make but T \j the ordinary 
weighting back necessary 
on this valve. Guaran- 
teed noiseless. Small, com- 
pact and neat. Flanged 
or screwed valves can be 
placed in six different po- 
sitions without impairing 
its perfect operation. 




Size....! 2 
Length 7% 
Price... |$14 


2^ 
7*4 

$16 


3 

8^ 

$18 


3 L / 2 
9 

$22 


4 

10 
$25 


W2 

10| 

$30 


5 

$40 


6 
13 

$60 


7 
ill 

180 


8 
16 l / 2 
$100 


9 
18 
$120 


10 
19 
$145 


12 
21 

$220 


14 
23 
345 


16 
26 
465 


18 

29* 
600 



I DAVIS 
a— DAMPER 
REGULATOR 

Built especially fori 
high pressure boill 
% ers. Easily operl 
ated on 51b. boilera 
as well. Guaranl 
teed to effect a savl 
ing of from 10 pea 
cent to 20 per cenl 
as conditions ma)f 
warrant. N < 
springs, no dia 
phragms, no pack! 
ings. Made 
tirely of metal. 



Net price — $501 



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439 



THE MASON REDUCING VALVE. 

This valve is designed to reduce 
and mair tain an even steam, or air 
pressure, regardless of the initialpres- 
sure. It will automatically reduce 
boiler pressure for steam-heating 
coils, dry-rooms, paper-making ma- 
chinery,' slashers, dye-kettles, and all 
p'aces where it is desirable to -use 
lower pressure than that of the boiler. 
The dashpot, which immediately flits 
with condensation, prevents all chat- 
tering or pounding, and requires no 
attention. No extra lock- 
up attachment is needed, 
as 'the pressure is regu- 
lated by a key , which the 
engineer retains. The 
sizes, up to and including 
2-inch, are made of the 
best composition, and 
above that, of cast iron, with com- 
position linings. In the larger 
sizes the composition lining is hung 
up in the valve, leaving a space 
between the iron and composition 
for the unequal expansion of the 
metals ; thus there is no possibility 
of the piston sticking when the 
valve is heated. The area of the passage from the high to the low 
pressure side of the valve is equal, when open, to the full area or 
the pipe, so that a low pressure cf the system, almost eq lal to tfod 
initial high pressure, may be carried. 

To increase pressure, turn the Key in the direction taken- 
by the hands of a watch. # 

PRICE-LIST. 




Yi inch $18 

X " •••.,.: IS. 

1 " 22 

I* " - 2S 

*K " 35 

2 " •••• 44 

*34 " 57 



3 inch ; $72.00 

zVz " 85-00 

4 " 100.00 

5 " i35-°° 

6 " 180.00 

8 " 250.00 

10 '■ 350.00 



440 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE MASON PUMP PRESSURE 
REGULATOR 



For fire, tank, elevator, air and water 
works pumps, or any class of pumping 
machinery where it is necessary to main- 
tain a constant pressure. The regulator 
may be instantly adjusted to any pressure 
desired by simply turning -the key as 
shown in the cut 

The especial feature of this regulator is 
that the pressure chamber into which the 
water enters is entirely removed and sepa- 
rate from the steam and all working parts. 
The long cylinder at the bottom of the 
regulator is a dashpot, the piston of which 
is connected with the main valve 
of the regulator, thereby prevent- 
ing sudden and violent "jump. 
ing M of the pump when the 
pressure suddenly changes. 

For automatic fire sprinkler 
service they have been found 
especially valuable, as the 
valve is thrown wide open 
immediately the slightest drop in 
pressure occurs. On application we 
can refer parties where they are in use. 
These regulators are made in all the 
pipe sizes; those up to and including 
2-inch, of the best steam metal ; the 
largest sizes of cast iron lined with 
steam metal. The springs are made 
of the finest tool steel, tempered. 
Each size, up to and including 2-inch, is furnished with couplings. 




PRICE LIST. 



SIZE PIPE. PRICE. 

J£ inch $20.00 

3£ " 20.00 

1 " 25.00 

I# " 3 000 

jH " 4200 



SIZE PIPE. 

2 inch . . 

2% '" .- 

3 " ». 

3M " ... 

4 " ..• 



PRICK. 
.$55.00 
. 68.OO 
. 85.OO 
. IOO.OO 
. I15.OO 



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Pump Governor 

THE FISHEB 




SCREWED 



1 inch. 



SCREWED 


1 inch . . 


. . $30 00 


IX " ... 


. . . . 35 00 


1/2 " ..- 


. . . . 42 50 


2 M ... 


. ... 50.00 


zy 2 «< ... 


. . . . 58 00 


3 ". ... 


.... 70 00 


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....$45 00 


2 " . . • 


.... 50 00 


2y 2 « ... 


.... CO 00 


3 " ... 


.... 75 00 


3^ ■«■ . . 


... 87 50 


4 " ... 


....100 00 


5 "... 


....125 00 


6 " . 


....150 00 


8 " .. 


....225 00 



2 

3 



.$25.00 
. 27.50 
. 30.00 
. 35.00 
. 42.50 
. 50.0C 
.. 58.00 
. 70.00 



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2 

2/ 2 
3 

4 
5 
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FLANGED 

inch $45.00 

« 50.00 

«< 00.00 

75 00 

«< 87 50 

'" . .....100,00 

" 125 00 

" ..150.00 

• « 225.00 



Reducina Valve 

TWO STYLES 

One with weight and lever 
and the other with spring. 



Made in Angle and 

Globe Patterns 

BOTH STYLES TAKE THE SAME LIST 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



443 




THE FOSTER 
"CLASS Q" 

REGULATOR 



For LOW PRESSURES, Not Exceeding 

15 Lbs. Delivery, as In Steam 

Heating:, Etc., Etc. 



Note.— A strainer should always be applied 
to valves required for low-pressure service. 
such as steam heating, etc. See Price List 
on preceding page 



2 

"Class Q," 
Avlth Spanner Nut. 
Sizes 2 in. and under. 

Size Inches .1 W A 1*4 2 VA » ;i -- 

Screwed Each 20.00 24.00 28.00 35.00 40.00 48.00 55.00 

Flanged Each 38.00 43.00 52.00 60.00 

Size Inches 4 5 6 8 10 12 

Screwed Each 70.00 85.00 120.00 

Flanged Each 75.00 90.00 125.00 200.00 300.00 350.00 

THE FOSTER FAN ENGINE 

9 REGULATOR 



For Induced or Forced 

Drafts. Regulating the 

Speed of the Fan by 

the Pressure in 

the Boilers. 





Similar in construction to the Foster 
"Class W Regulating Valve, but in 
making the connections the steam is 
permitted to flow in the direction op- 
i* posite that in the " Class W " 



Fan Engine Regulator, including Strainers 

Size Inches % M 1 \y x 1U 2 2g 

All Steam Metal Each 21.00 23.00 25.00 

Iron Body Each 32.00 39.00 4900 88.00 

For Gun Metal, add to net price of Iron Body (no discount)... 4.00 6.00 11.00 1-"" 

THE FOSTER PISTON- 
ACTUATED PUMP GOVERNOR. 

WITH COMPENSATING SPRING. 

Designed to meet the demand for a governor controlled solelv bv the discharge pres- 
sure . Madet>f the best steam metal in smaller sizes, up to -2 inches inclusive, and larger 
sizes of iron bodies with brass trimmings. The valve clappers have 'Tenkins' Composi- 
tion Discs," which can be renewed and applied by any engineer and insure perfectly tight 
seats. The compensating spring movement allows the steam valve to open or close 
instantly, to the fullest extent necessary,' with slight variation of discharge pressure. 

Size Inches % 1 v£ \y 2 2 SJg 3 4 => 

Price Each 18.00 20.00 22.00 23.00 30.00 35.00 40.00 50.00 65.00 



444 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




THE FOSTER "CLASS W" 

PRESSURE REGULATOR. 



LEADING FEATURES: 



1. A compensating spring movement, 

exerting an unvarying power on 
the diaphragm. 

2. Full steamway through the valve. 

3. Great simplicity of construction 

and operation. 



4. No friction of parts. 

5. No small ports to clog. 

6. No dashpot. 

7. Noiseless — no chattering. 

8. Absolutely automatic after adjust- 

ment as to pressure. 



"Class W," 254 in. to 6 in. 

Dimensions given herewith are standard. Flanges of 
different dimensions or distances between faces are made 
only to order, at additional price. Drilling Flanges extra. 

Special Valves, made of Government composition, only 
to order at an extra net price of 30 cents per pound gross 
weight of Regulator, subject to change without notice. 

In ordering, state initial and delivery pressures — also 
service. In the absence of this information all Regulators 
will be provided with a spring to deliver pressures between 
10 and 60 lbs. 



Size Inches y 2 y A 1 X% VA 

Screwed Ends Each $18 $20 $22 $28 $35 

Flanged Ends Each 22 24 30 37 

Diameter of Flanges...Inch 3% 4% 5 5 3 /s 

Distance between" Faces..In 4% 5% hy 2 6 

Approximate Weights. 

Iron Bodies, Screwed.. .Lbs 19 22 

Iron Bodies, Flanged... Lbs 23 28 

Composition, Screwed..Lbs. 5 11 12 21 26 

Composition, Flanged.Xbs 13 16 26 32 




"Class W," l A in. to 2 in. 



2 


VA 


3 


3'/ 2 


4 


4 J / 2 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


14 


16 


18 


$44 


$57 


$72 


$90 


$100 


$120 


$135 


$180 
















46 


60 


75 


95 


105 


125 


140 


1S5 


$220 


$260 


$350 


$450 


$575 


$700 


$875 


6 


7 


7K 2 


8K2 


9 


VA 


10 


11 


12/2 


13/ 2 


16 


19 


21K 


23/2 


25 


7 


9 


10 


11 


12 


14 


15 


17 


18^ 


2D& 


23 V 2 


27# 


31 


35 


3754 


40 


60 


73 


84 


139 


154 


180 


233 
















50 


75 


80 


100 


160 


174 


191 


275 


390 


450 


575 


1050 


1375 


1600 


1900 


51 


70 


81 


94 


155 






















60 


87 


95 


112 


180 


193 


209 


324 


480 
















STRAINERS FOR FOSTER 
"CLASS W" and "CLASS Q" VALVES.I 

A strainer has been found desirable in nearly all cases — in many cases! 
absolutely necessary — to prevent scale, grit, cuttings, etc., from lodgingl 
on the valve seats. The strainer should be applied on the inlet side of thel 
valve. Its use remedies many supposed defects in valves, which are really I 
chargeable to the piping. 

Cut shows strainer for screwed ends. For flanged ends construction is] 
slightly different. Prices quoted are for cast-iron strainers. 

Size Inches % 1 1# 1J£ 2 2% 3 4 5 C 7 8 

Screwed. .Each 3.00 3.00 4.00 4.00 5.00 6.00 6.00 9.00 10.00 12.00 

Flanged, inc. attaching to Reg... 6.50 6.50 7.50 10.00 11.50 13.50 16.00 17.00 20.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



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447 



THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE 

KELLAM STEAM DAMPER REGULATOR. 




f these Machines in use, controlling dampers in different positions \,as shown 
in cut) and giving the very finest results. 
The Advantages of the "KELLAM" over all others are : 

I. That it is controlled by live or dry steam. 

•i. That it is composed entirely of Steam Metal, with no rubber or leather diaphragm 
springs or other packing to give out or get out of order. 

■<. That its construction combines the minimum of friction with the maximum of durability. 

4. That it is the only Regulator not affected by intense heat or cold. . 

5. That it is the most sensitive Regulator knowu. and will work close to variations of steam 
pressure. 

G. That it is neat and compact, occupying less space than any other. 

This Regulator is so constructed that it can be attached to any boiler or steam 
generator, and will maintain the steam at any desired pressure' any variations 
from which will check or open the draft as may be required. When once adjusted- 
it requires no further attention, but will do its work perfectly. It is simple in 
construction, positive in action, not liable to get out of order, will last many years, 
and is acknowledged by all who are using it as a Great Fuel-Saving Machine.' 
It. is also invaluable for safety Our Regulator is not only sure to pav for itself 
many, times over by its saving of fuel, but it is worth more than it costs in its 
saving to boilers from strain by over-pressure 

In places where the duties of engineers call them away from the boilers, this 
Regulator is of inestimable value, for as soon as the steam rises above the point 
of pressure .it which it is set it is sure to close the draft, at the same time stopping 
the combustion of the fuel, and ns surely opening the draft as soon as pressure 
beginning to fall one particle below the point indicated Its working is as precise 
and sure as machinery on possibly be made, and it can be located at any point. 
Made In a sizes. No. 3 for Dampers up to 3 ft. diam. No. 1 for Dampers above 3 ft. diam. 

Prices and sizes of Regulators dependent entirely upon the size and weight of Dampers to 
be controlled, regardless of the unniber or capacity of boiJ^x 



448 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




Thompson Indicator, Standard Size, brass, nickel-plated, and highly 
finished, with two Straight-way Cocks, three Springs of various 
pressures, and corresponding Scales, 100 Metallic Paper Cards, 
a Screw Driver, a bottle of Oil and an extra Drum Spring all in- 
closed in finely polished Oak Box with plated trimmings $85.00 

The, same, made of Steel, nickel-plated, for ammonia use 120.00 

Thompson Indicator, Small Size, and fixtures as above , 75.00 

The same, made of Steel, for ammonia use 100.00 

The same, made of Aluminum, for both steam and ammonia 100.00 

Extra Springs, each .- • 5.00 

' Boxwood Scales, each 50 

" Paper Cards, one side metallic, per 100 , 1.00 

" both sides metallic, pei 100 1.25 

Linen Cord, warranted not to stretch, per hank of 30 feet fc 50 

Straight- way Cock,- nickel-plated, for steam 2.75 

for ammonia 6.00 

Three-way Cock, nickel-plated, for steam 6.00 

" " for ammonia 10.00 

Detent Motion 3.O0 

We furnish with each Indicator, free of charge, a copy of "Indicator 
Practice and Steam Engine Economy," by Frank F. Hemenway. 

Price of book only $2.00, net. 

In ordering please state sizes of springs required. 



CRAWLEY '& JOHNSTON. 



449 



THE CRESCENT THERMOMETERS. 

Especially Adapted for Hut Water and Steam Heated Plants. 



These Instruments have been specially designed for the above 
purposes and have been applied with great success. 

They are made with either White Silvered or Black Metal Dials,, and 
are handsomely finished. 

The cases are made detachable, so that the lower part forming the 
Mercury Bath can remain in apparatus while the upper part can be re- 
moved if this should become necessary for repairs. 

The Steam Heater Thermometer is provided with Temperature and 
Pressure Scales. 






Fig. 3. 
Fig. 4. 

NOTE 
ordcrmc- 



b to Per Doz. 

The Straight Crescent Thermometer, for Hot Water $36.00 

The Straight Crescent Thermometer, for Steam, with Pres- 
sure Scale _. 39.00 

The Angle Crescent Thermometer, for H5*t Water 42.00 

The Angle Crescent Thermometer, for Steam, with Pres- 
sure Scale -. 45.0C 

f desiretl \mi)i Keel Spirit Column instead of Mercury, please rawuion when 



450 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE "CINCINNATI" EXHAUST HEAD. 




HERE is an Exhaust 
Head built upon the 
simple principle of 
condensation by expansion. 
The area of the openings in 
the condensing chamber far 
exceeds the area of the ex- 
haust pipe, thus rendering 
such a thing as back 
pressure impossible, while 
the condensing surface is 
comparatively large, and 
consequently just what is 
required for an'efficient ex- 
haust head. Steam leaves 
this head perfectly dry and 
free from condensation. 





Price 


List eirici Capacities : 




Size of 




Dianie'.er of 


Size of 




Diameter of 


Exhaust Pipe. 


Price. 


Drip Pipe. 


Exhaust Pipe. 


Price. 


Drip Pipe. 


1 or 1| in. 


$20 00 


1 inch. 


10 inch. 


8125 00 


2 inch. 


2 or 2J " 


25 00 


1 


11 or 12 in. 


150 00 


' 2 '' 


3or3i < k 


30 00 


1 u 


13 inch. 


175 00 


2'J " 


4 or 4J " 


40 00 


1 " 


14 " 


2 00 


2} u 


5 inch. 


50 00 


n " 


15 " 


235 00 


3 " 


6 " 


60 00 


if '• 


16 " 


250 00 


3 " 


7 " 


75 00 


i\ « 


17 " 


270 00 


3} " 


8 " 


90 00 


n u 


18 " 


300 00 


3^ " 


9 » 


105 00 


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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



451 



EXCELSIOR HEATER. 




452 CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



The Excelsior - 



STYLE No.*. 



DESCRIPTION. 

The exhaust steam enters the expansion and oil separating chamber 
from any desired direction. The oil is separated from the steam by de- 
flection and expansion, and flows to the sewer through the oil outlet, or 
can be arrested and saved. 

The steam rises to the dome of the heater through the titbei umished 
for this purpose, here it mingles with the water and imparts to it all the 
heat possible, the surplus steam going to the atmosphere through exhaust 
outlet 

The water enters at inlet valve and flows into "the water receiver 
where it overflows on to distribution plate, falling in a circle around the 
outside of tube ; the diameter of the distributing plate is much greater 
than the tube, consequently no water can enter heater without coming in 
ciirect contact with steam. 

The current of the steam carries the water to sides of shell, down 
which it flows, leaving the water in the "settling chamber undisturbed, so 
that those impurities which, do not accumulate on the sides of shell, settle 
in settling chamber. The lighter impurities remain in suspension, and 
which can only be removed by filtering, are arrested in the filtering chatn- 
bei\ so that all the impurities released by the temperature that exhaust 
steam can impart, are prevented from entering the boilers. 

The steam tube leading from the expansion chamber through the 
upper chamber, stands 16" above the working water line, and 6" above 
the precautionary overflow, making it absolutely impossible for the water 
to overflow into the steam- tube. The upper and lower chambers are con- 
nected by means of a pipe passing through the expansion chamber. 
Every part of each chamber can be reached through manholesc 

The water is supplied automatically to the receiver in proportion as 
it is drawn out of the heater, 

All Excelsiors are of boiler construction throughout. Slip bolts are 
used on all manholes, and the cleaning door is on hinges. 

In the Excelsior there is- not a single removable part and nothing to 
give out. All parts subject to natural wear and tear, such as valves, etc., 
arc-exposed. With ordinary care it will last a life-time. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 453 



The Excelsior 



STYLE No. 2, 



No Combined Feed Water Heater and Receiving: Tank was ever used 
prior to nine years ago, when the "Excelsior" combination manufactured 
under patents controlled by us was first brought before the public. It was 
then opposed by some of the most prominent architects, steam fitters and 
experts, but as soon as its merits caused it to be adopted for the most 
modern buildings of this country, the tide turned and to the credit of a 
majority of its opposers, when they saw its successful operation, they 
invariably recommended its use. 

Architects should specify the Excelsior Combination for heating sys- 
tems because : 

First — It furnishes dry and clean steam absolutely free from oil for 
heating purposes. 

SECOND — It is less complicated than any other, consequently less 
liable to get out of order. 

Third — It represents the latest, best, most economical and simple 
methods for heating and purifying water, for distributing the steam, and 
for receiving the condensation. 

Experts and engineers should advocate the Excelsior because of the 
fuel and water it saves, and on account of its simplicity, durability, its 
efficiency a5 a purifier, ease of cleaning. and operation, for the reason that 
every spot inside of it can be reached through manholes and because it 
meets any and all conditions and requirements of any steam plant. 



454 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE AMERICAN BERRYMAN 
FEED WATER HEATER AND PURIFIER. 



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32 


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4300 


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800 


43 


84 


12 


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4600 


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1000 


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90 


14 


5 


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5800 


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1200 


48 


102 


14 


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6200 


14 


15 


56 


308 


18 


5 


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2 


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8000 



?he AMERICAN BERRYMAN is particularly 
adapted for use in localities where the water is 
muddy or impregnated with lime, making a settling 
chamber and mud blow beneficial in the removal 
of these impurities. A surface scum blow is also 
provided, and the hot water outlet pipe extends 
sufficiently far down into the shell to allow scum 
to collect at the surface, where it may be blown off. 

The use of U bends is a deservingly popular 
feature in the construction of .the Berryman 
Heater, since this arrangement of tubes allows the 
use of expanded joints, without danger of leakages 
due to temperature changes. 

These heaters are constructed with the utmost 
care, are thoroughly tested before leaving the 
factory, and are guaranteed to be free from defect 
in material and workmanship. 




IMPORTANT NOTICE. 



In Ordering state Boiler Pressure, We cannot guarantee the heater 
against accident unless a safety valve is used. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



455 



THE AMERICAN STANDARD FEED WATER HEATER. 

Contains no joints inside of shell, to cause trouble by leaking. 

Made of pure, seamless Copper Coils, brazed solidly to special gun-metal 
fittings, and supported with our improved clamp stays. Expan- 
sion and contraction are taken care of. 

No back pressure on Engine. No oil in boiler. 

Will heat feed-water instantaneously. 

All coils tested to 600 pounds pressure. Cannot be burst by feed pump, 

Water in contact only with copper tubing. Nothing to rust out. 

Guaranteed in every particular. 

The most durable, effective and economical Heater produced. 

Will reduce coal consumption 10 to J 5 per cent. 

Simple, strong and cheap. 



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13 
14 
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20 
25 
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80 
100 
125 
150 
200 
250 
300 
16 400 



500 
600 
8)0 
1000 
1250 
15uo 
2000 
25<»0 
3000 



41 
50 

85 

94 

234 

270 

390 
450 
500 
510 
630 
810 
890 
1250 
1150 
1600 
1750 
19u0 
2400 
30OJ 
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7100 
8100 
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50 


27 


8 


55 


27 


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68 


27 


8 


65 


31 


10 


70 


31 


10 


80 


38 


12 


101 


38 


14 


85 


48 


16 


100 


48 


16 


95 


56 


18 


115 


56 


18 


100 


70 


20 


114 


70 


21 



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456 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SCAIFE' GALVANIZED BOILERS 

WITH SPIRAL COILS OF ONE INCH ANNEALED BRASS, COPPER 
OR GALVANIZED IRON PIPE. 




Capacity. 


Di 


mensions. 




18 gals. 


3 


ft. by T2 in. 




21 


11 


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11 I2 .. 




24 




4 


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24 


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27 


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28 


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36 


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40 


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5 


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42 


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47 


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11 l8 11 


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79 


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11 , 8 IX 


£ 


82 


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98 


II 


6 


tl 20 II 




100 


II 


5 


II 22 II 




120 


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120 


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5 


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144 


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6 


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168 


It 


7 


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192 


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8 


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240 




ro 


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LARGE BOILERS WITH COILS. 



Capacity. 


Dimensions. 












s 










c . 


250 gals. 


7 


it 


by 12 in. 




300 "' 


6 




« 36 •« 


350 v 


7 




" 36 " 


O cc 
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400 " 
50b " 


8 
10 




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750 " 


10 




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Tanks larger than 240 gals, capacity are usually not galvanized. 
Hand Holes furnished when desired. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



457 



HORIZONTAL AND UPRIGHT BOILERS, 

Galvanized and Painted, with Brass, Copper or Galvanized Iron Coils. 




All sizes from ro gals, to 1.000 gals, capacity. 75 lt>s. to 300 lbs. pressure test. 
See pages 3, 7 and S for various sizes and dimensions. 



458 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MOORE HIGH DUTY AND BOILER FEED PUMPS* 



The pump which always goes when 
asked. No outside valve gear. Suitable 
for place where space is a consideration. 
Will not injure when suction is broken. 
Consumes the exhaust and returns it to 
boiler when handling cold water. Will 
run by air, steam or gas pressure. This 
is the most popular small pump on the 
market— for any duty. Following is a 
partial list of high duty. 




Steam 


Water. 


Stroke. 


Capacity 


Supply 


Floor Space, 


Shipping 


List Price 


Extra for 

Hand 

Attachment 


Cylinder. 


Cylinder. 


per Hour. 


Guaranteed. 


Inches. 


Weight. 


at Factory. 


2% 


m 


2 


200 


20 


4 x 15 


40 


$ 30.00 


$5.00 


3 


i% 


2 l / 2 


35o 


35 


5 x 19 


60 


50.00 


6.50 


3 


i% 


J 


500 


50 


6 x 21 


75 


60.00 


7.50 


3 


2 


3 


55o 


55 


6 x 21 


?5 


65.OO 


7.50 


4 


2^ 


4 


700 


70 


8 x 25 


160 


75.00 


8.00 


5 


2Y2 


4 


800 


80 


10 x 26 


170 


87.50 


8.00 


5 


2% 


4 


900 


90 


10 x 26 


170 


90.00 


8.00 


5 


3 


4 


1000 


100 


10 x 26 


170 


100 . 00 


8.00 


5 


3 


6 


1250 


125 


11 x 39 


285 


125.00 




9A 


3K 


7 


1500 


i5o 


12 x 40 


425 


145.00 




S 1 /* 


3V4 


7 


1760 


175 


12 X 40 


425 


160.00 




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8 


2044 


200 


13 x 42 


480 


i75-oo 




6H 


4 


8 


2580 


2^0 


13 x 43 


480 


200 . 00 





MOORE LOW DUTY AND TANK PUMPS. 

These are made for low service where volume is to be considered. The}' are made for 
handling water, milk, air, gas, gasoline, volatile oils, acids, tar and thick stuffs. Vacuum 
and almost anything fluid. These are proof against the monkey wrench fiend. 



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160 


85.00 






4 


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160 


95.00 






4 


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1600 


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175 


100.00 






4 


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2089 


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105.00 






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190 


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115.00 




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160.00 






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BURNHAM HIGH DUTY AND BOILER FEED PUMPS- 



This is the only Steam Pump on the market 
having flat faced steam valves with outside trip- 
ping device which will not injure from load to no 
load without change of throttle. Will always 
start from any point of stop, and cannot short 
stroke. 




Diam. of 


Diam. of 


L'ngth 


Gals, per 


H. P. at 




Diam. of 


Diam. of 


L'ngthi Gals, per 


H. P. at 




Steam 


Water 


of 


Hr. High- 


Given 


Price. 


Steam 


Water 


of 


Hr. High- 


Given 


Price. 


Cylinder. 


Cylinder 


Stroke. 


est Speed 


Speed. 




Cylinder. 


Cylinder 


Stroke 


est Speed 


Speed. 




4 


2% 


5 


960 


45-90 


$100 


12 


7 l A 


j6 


18300 


900-1800 


$675 


5 


3 


6 


1600 


75-150 


150 


14 


1% 


12 


17000 


850-1700 


550 


S J A 


3% 


7 


2640 


100-200 


200 


14 


8 


12 


19300 


950-1900 


*575 


&A 


4 


8 


3960 


i So -300 


225 


14 


8!/ 2 


12 


22000 


1100-2200 


600 


7 5 A 


4 1 / 


9 


4000 


200-400 


250 


14 


8 


16 


20800 


1000-2000 


650 


7 5 A 


4 x /2 


9 


4$oo 


225-450 


275 


14 


$% 


16 


23500 


1250-2300 


675 


m 


5 


10 


6300 


300-600 


325 


14 


9 


16 


264OO 


1300-2600 


700 


8H 


5% 


10 


7700 


350-700- 


350 


16 


8 


16 


20800 


1000 -2000 


725 


10 


6 


12 


1 1000 


500-1000 


425 


16 


9 


16 


264OO 


1300-2600 


735 


10 


6% 


12 


12900 


600-1200 


450 


16 


10 


16 


32600 


1600-3200 


7So 


12 


7 


12 


14900 


700-1400 


475 


l8 


10 


16 


32600 


1600-3200 




12 


7H 


12 


17000 


850-1700 


500 


18 


12 


16 


47000 


2350-4700 




12 


7 


16 


i55oo 


750-1500 


650 


20 


14 


16 


650OO 


3250-6500 





BURNHAM LOW DUTY AND TANK PUMPS. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



461 



DEEP WELL STEAM PUMPING ENGINE. 

With Brass Displacement Plunger. 

These Hngines are adapted for non-flowing, Artesian, tubular, bored, dug or driven wells- 
They are constructed so as to insure a steady flow of water, whether raised from, shallow 
or deep wells, f here being separate adjustments for the upward and downward strokes ; 
therefore a perfect travel of piston is obtained, without regard to the weight of the recip- 
rocating parts. The baeaking of the pump poles, due to the sudden reversal motion, is 

avoided in our Deep Well Engines. 
Sight Feed lubricator. Drain Cocks, 
Plugs and Spanner Wrench are fur- 
nished with each outfit. 




FIG. 1057 SIZES, PRICES 


ETC. 


Steam Cyl. 






Steam 




Steam 


Exlianst 


end only 


Dia. 


Stroke 


Pipe 


Pipe 


Price 


5 in 


Vi in 


%l* 


1 in 


$225 00 


5 " 


36 " 


% * 


1 " 


250 00 


" 


24 " 


1 « 


1M " 


250 00 


6 " 


36 " 


1 * 


VA - 


300 00 


7 - 


24 " 


l l -i u 


1% u 


SOOOO 


7 " 


se " 


\% * 


i^i " 


315 00 


8 « 


24 M 




w% M 


315 00 


8 •• 


36 " 


IKa " 


825 00 


9 » 


24 " 


iK " 


2 " 


325 00 


9 " 


36 " 


\% * 


2 k - 


3^0 CO 


10 " 


24 " 


1% u 


2 M 


850 00 


10 " 


36 M 


iy q * 


2 " 


175 00 


11 " 


21 " 


2 M 


2^ M 


415 00 


11 " 


36 " 


2 u 


2> 3 « 


450 00 


12 M 


24 


2 " 


2^ " 


450 00 


12 " 


36 M 


2 u 


2^ " 


500 00 


14 " 


24 « 


2 " 


2% u 


675 00 


11 « 


36 " 


2 '• 


2J£ '• 


750 00 



SIZES AND PRICES. 

Combined Air Chamber and Dis- 
charge Check "Valve. 



Size Weil 



Siz» Check 
Valve 



Price 



3 in. and smaller 


2 in 


|12 00 


3Ja " " 


2i 2 ' - 


14 00 


4 <• « 


-. 2 


1 1 00 


4% " 


3 « 


16 25 


5 


3 « 


16 25 


6 


S& « 


2100 


7 


0^ » 


21 00 


.8 


4 " 


1-4 50 


10 


5 


27 00 



FIG. 1057 



462 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



" CHALLENGE " D0UBLE=ACT5NG POWER PUMP. 

Fig. 824^ is a light service pump for filling tanks, circulating fluids of any kind main- 
taining vacuum, etc. 

Substantial bed-plate. Machine-cut gear and pinion. Tight and loose pulleys. Bronze 
valves and seats. Cup leather-packed piston (metallic packed piston at extra price) and 
brass cased piston rod. 

2%, 3 and 4-in. geared, 4 to 1 have 20 x 3 pulley. 
5 and 6-in. geared, 3 to 1 have 20x4 pulley. 
7 and 8-in. geared, 4 to 1 have 24x4 pulley. 




PIG. 824-K. SIZES, CAPACITIES, ETC. 



Piston 


Sue. 


Dis. 


Brass 
Lined 


Brass 
Cyl. 


*A11 

Brass 


Dia 


Str. 




2% in 


\y 2 in 


1 % in 


1 ill | 85. 


45115. 


$150. 


3 " 


4 V, " 


W A " 


IV, " 


90. 


120. 


155. 


4 " 


m, " 


iy 2 " 


itf " 


95. 


130. 


ro. 


5 " 


5 « 


2 " 


ift « 


125. 


175. 


260. 


C " 


5 " 


2K " 


> " 


150* 


220. 


320. 


7 « 


6 " 


3 " 


3 " 


250. 


425. 


550. 


8 « 


f5 " 


4 " 


4 " 


30). 


500. 


6o0. 



*A11 B rass Pumps have all parts of Brass, 
FIG. 824-K except the bed-plate and driving parts. 

TRIPLEX POWER PUMP. 

Fig. 924. Iron base and cylinder. Flanged air chamber. Machine-cut genr and pin- 
ion. Tight and loose pulleys. Cast steel crank shaft. Rubber disc valves with bronze 
trimmings and seats. Outside packed plungers with water seal. Sight feed oil cups. 
Fitted with bronze plungers, glands and bronzed-lined cylinders, for pumping hot water, 
at extra price. In ordering state whether hot or cold water is to be pumped. Geared 5 to 1. 




Plungers 


sSpeed & Capacity 


Sue. 


Tight 
and 




per Min. 


Dis. 


loose 






Dia 


Stroke 






Pul'ys 


V-A in 


4 in 


50 Revs.— i2 Gals 


1% in 


15x3 


% * 


4 " 


50 " — IS " 


V/2 * 


15x3 


4 " 


4 " 


15 tt — 2) " 


2 « 


20x3 


4 " 


6 " 


45 " — 4 1 M 


2 " 


20x3 


5 " 


6 " 


45 " — 67 " 


3 kt 


2Gxl 


5 " 


8 " 


4 ) « — 80 " 


3 « 


30x5 


6% " 


8 " 


40 u -136 " 


4 " 


3x6 


8 " 


8 " 


40 " —208 " 


5 " 


3-"x6 


8 " 


'0 " 


40 " —260 " 


5 " 


4-.x0 


9 " 


10 il 


40 " —328 " 


6 " 


42x8 



Price Upon Application. 



FIG. 924. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



463 



PLUNGER, BOILER FEED PUMPS. 



Fig. 292 represents our Power Boiler Feed Pump for supplying water against 
any pressure. The valve seats are made of best bronze and screwed into the 
iron castings, and can therefore be removed when 
worn out and new ones inserted. The valve itself 
is also of bronze. The stuffing-box, top of piston 
and stub end are finished bright and polished. 

FIG. 292. SIZES, PRICES, ETC. 




No. 


Diameter 
Cylinder 


Capacity per 

Stroke | Minute 
60 Strokes 


Sue. Dis Price 


00 

2 
4 


IK in U in 

2 , 9 >. 
2 £ « | o .. 

3 a 9 " 


4 13 gal 
7 . 45 - 
11.47 « 
1J.52 u 


1 in 

1% " 

\\i - 

l>a " 


ro 00 
35.00 

40 CO 
50 00 



Fig. 292. 

Iron base and standard supporting crank shaft 
with face plate and crank handle. Tight and 
loose pulleys. Iron cylinder. Trunk plunger 
working through stuffing box. Brass suction 
discharge check valves. 







Fig. 484. 






No. 


Dia. Cyl. 


Sue. and Dis. 


Pulteys 


Price 



2 
4 


2 in 

3 " 


1 in 
IS " 


16x3 
1 ::3 
16x3 


$40.00 
42.50 
45 00 




FIG. 484. 



464 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




" SENECA" NOZZLE. 

Fig. 81. For ~% inch pipe, $1.00. 

For y 2 inch hose coupling', $1.25. 



pia. 81 



GEARED COUNTER SHAFT 

FIG. 650^. 

Fig. 650^. Geared Counter Shaft with plum- 
nier blocks, tight and loose pulleys, face 
plate. Connecting rod for driving Power 
Pumps. 



No. 


Stroke. 


Pulleys 


G eared 


Price 


1 
1A 


10 in. 

12, 14 or 13 


14x4 
14x4 


3tol 
3tol 


$59.00 
60.00 




FIG. 650K 




IMPROVED HYDRAULIC RAMS 

Cast-iron base with drive and discharge pipe conn 
tions. Flanged iron air chamber. Brass impetus 
valve. 

FfG. 345. 



Size 


Supply per 

Minute to 

Operate Ram. 


I^ength of 

Drive Pipe 
Feet. 


Pi] 

Drive 


:>es 
Dis 


Price 


No. 2 

" 3 
" 4 


1 to 2 gals. 

2 " 4 " 

3 « 7 « 


50 to 75 
50 " " 
50 " 100 


y A in 

1 w ' 

I 1 / " 


% -in 


$ 9.0U 
11 (0 
14.00 



FIG. 345K, 



No. 5 


6 to 10 gals. 


50 to 150 


2 in 


1 in 


$ 22.00 


" G 


11 " 23 " 


50 " 200 


2K - 


IV, • 


40 00 


U rj 


20 " 40 " 


50 " 200 


3 " 


iv ? • 


75.00 


8 


2-> kt 75 " 


50 " 200 


4 " 


2 '' 


12'). 00 



FIG. 345 



special Ram Circular sent upon Application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



465 



Rotary Barrel Pump. 




Cams accurately planed to mesh and 
fit case perfectly. Cam shaft with 
crank and handle. Taper sleeve in 
two pans, fitting bungholes i} 2 in. to 
4 in. Price includes suction pi] 
coupling and holder. 

FIG. 464. 



I 



Krone 

I'ams 



11 in 1 in $17.00 

2 1 - 1 



Broii7- 



54 00 
61.00 



Power Rotary Force Pump. 

Fig. 1185^ is mounted on I --,1 loose pulleys, otherwise is same con- 

struction as Fig. 297. 

Bronze Pumps have all parts coming in contact with the liquid of Bronze. 



FIG. 1185 _ 





Bronie 


iNo 1 Sue. Dis. 


Iron Case & Bronze 




lams 


1 


1% m 


1 in 


$21. 00 






'J 


IV, - 


1 " 


32.00 


56 . 00 


65 00 





1% ■ 


m - 


as. 00 


63 00 




4 


2 .. 




48 00 


78.00 


100 . 00 


5 


« 


2 


54.00 


90.00 


120.00 


6 


2% « 


w " 


80.00 


135 . 00 


175 00 




466 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



"THRESHER" DOUBLE ACTING FORCE PUMP. 

Iron cylinder. leather faced poppet valves. Solid piston, double crimped packed. 
Polished sicel piston rod and brass gland. Detacha Die wood lever. I^arge and direct 
waterways. Price includes strainer and hos~ couplings. 




Fg i-*5 


D.a.Cyl| Stroke 


Suction *JDttc'gfl * 


Price 


Pu... r only 5 in. 


5 in. 


2 in. hose 1 in. hose $18.00 


Outfit A 


Fig. n H 5. Thresher Tank Tunip 
with 15 ft. 2-in. spiral wire suc- 
tion hose I2>£ft. i-in 3-ply dis- 
caarge hose couplings. Suction 
basket and nozzle, all complete 


40.00 


Outfit B 


F ; g 1 145. Thresher Tank Pump 
with 20 ft. 2-in. spiral wire sue. 
hose 12 ȣ ft 1 -in 3-ply rubber dis. 
hose couplings, sue. basket and 
nozzle, ail complete. 


45.00 


Outfit C 


Fig. 1 145, Thresher Tank PttnTb 
with 25 ft. 2-111. spiral wire sue. 
hose, 12% ft. 1 -in. 3-ply discharge 
hose, couplings, sue. basket and 
nozzle, all complete. 


50.00 


Outfit D 


Fig. 1145, Thresher Tank Pump 
with 25 ft. 2-in spiral wire sue. 
hose, 25 ft. 1 -in 3-ply discharge 
hose couplings, sue. basket and 
nozzle, all complete. 


54.00 



* When specially ordered we can fit suction 2-in. 
and discharge 1 > 2 ' -in. Iron Pipe without charge. 



ALBANY" DOUBLE 

ACTING FORCE PUMP- 

Long Vertical lever. Valves and Valve 
Seats brass. Brass cased piston rod. 
Piston cup leather packed. Ample air 
chamber. Stroke 5-inch. 







FIG. 


1 255. 






No. 


Dia. 
Cyl. 


Suction 


Dis'chge 


Iron 


Brass 
I,ined 


4 
8 
12 


3 in 

4 4l 

5 <l 


l^£ in 
2 " 


1 in 

IK " 

2 " 


$18.00 
24.00 
30.00 


$21 . 00 
28.00 
35- 00 




FIG. 1255. 



:^v 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



467 



PUMPS. 




. The "Torrent" Thresher Tank Pump. 

This Pump may also be used as a Bi.'ge and Deck Pump 
on small vessels, or in uny place where it is desired to remove 
water from, such as cellars, ditches, etc. It is durable and sim- 
ple_ in construction, and is one of the easiest working Pumps 
ever made. 

The 'Torrem" may be used for cleaning out the boiler 
flues; also as a Fire-pump it will do good service. It is pro- 
vided with an air chamber, which causes the discharge of a 
continuous stream of water. On a Thresher- wagon Tank it may 
be placed in any position that will allow the suction hose to 
reach the water 

No extension is necessary to trie top Of Tank, since the 
Suction Coupling projects beyond the base of the Pump. 
SIZES AND PRICES. 





CyHVr. 


SucUoti [ fcischirtc. Istxokejfptr 

2in.op-eMin.Vs* |stro*e 


Price. 


Pump 


-. - 


4'* ... 


fo' .'m. t-o-^e '* inch. '-55 e;il. 


Sk* 'V) 


Outfit 


"A" 




mp'e >*tth lift ot 2-in. spirit-* ire suction hose 
iner; 12U tt. of I io.3-.plr d.scVe hose and noz'c 


$40 H 


Outfit 


■■B' 


SaSS 


mp'e \vith 20 it. of 2-in. spiral-«.ire suction hose 
•--?-. IS ': -flin S-p!v di«ch'e hose and nox'e 


S45 00 


Outfit 


-c- 


p -:, .-. 


mu - e with 25 ft of 2 ir. spiral .Mre suttion hose 
mer; 12<4 ft. of 1 in. :j-r>lv rtisch'e hnse tnd nor'e 


S50 00 






mp'e with 25 ft. of 2 in. spinl-wire suction hose 
in<rr: 25 feet of 1 in *-phi dis<:h'e hose and ti«».*e 




Outfit 


■u- 


:;r;.. 


$54 00 




Bottom Suction. Side Suction. 

Marine Bilge Pumps. 

The Pumps represented by the above cuts are adapted for r; 
quantities of wate-r by hand fror 
lies and coal mines, ceUars and 
the water is not over 20 feet. > 
used by contractors ia removing water from excavs 



e above cuts are adapted tor raising larg 
the bilge well of vessels, from stone quai 
litches.and for irrigating purposes, whet 
rtically! from the Hump. They are mac 



No. 


Diam. of 
Cvlinder 


t5uc.:..cn 
Hlanee for 


Length of 


perStr 


Bot. SUCt'O 


SMete n 


2 


Ih ,nc " e$ 


3 in. pipe 
4 


6 


147" 


S23 00 
» 00 


126 00 
35 00 




Boiler Test Pump. 

The above cut represents our new Hydraulic Piessure Test 
Pump, for determining the pressure strength of "Boilers. Pipes, 
Pump Cylinders, etc. Wit^i this Pump and a suitable Gauge, the 
pressure strength of Boilers; etc , can be tested up to 800 pounds to 
the square inch. 

For the use of Plumbers in forcing out waste water pipes, this 
Pump would be invaluable. The Pump is furnished complete, as 
shown in cut, without Hydraulic Gauge, or with gauge as listed 
below. 

The suction is fitted for 3 4 inch, and the discharge for V» inch 
Pipe. The working parts of the "Little Giant" Test Pumps are 
made entirely of bronze. 



size of | Length of 1 l.o: _ WithGau. 
F«f For Price P- ice 


\ -■-.-. lack _; mck i. | S50 CO 



his Pump is con>tn<-ted m the most substantial man- 
it greater pressure can be obtained by usinp a longer lever, which can 
mile of ^ar iron or strc!,t!-e lever soc'-et t ei re adapted for the change 




Hydraulic Ram, for Elevating Water. 

The above cut re presents the Demine Hydraulic Kam. In locating, a p?! 
should be dug in which the Hydraulic Ram may be placed, in order that it be 
not affected by the frost. From ihe pit a drain should be arranged to carry oft 



Drive Pipt 
should be 



CALIBRE OP PIPE. 



$ 9 00 
U 00 
14 00 
22 00 
40 00 
75 00 

135 CO 



468 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PUMP STANDARDS. 






486 
236 



f +5 . .. 
St'roke 
8 inch.. 
Stroke 

•7 in*h.. 



No. 846 No. 486. No. 236. 

Suet: n Well Rod ' . *Lift 

1 inch Pipe ........% inch 2X inch Cylinder, 40 feet Price, 

IH " % " • -2H " 40 * " 

1% " % " Wa " 40 " ■• 

IX " • H " -J " 30' " " 

IX " ■■■■■■ % " W* " 30 " " 

Stroke Suction Well Rod 

6 inch l^inch' Pipe % inch 2%, 

6 " .- IX " X " 3 

6" ■-:-.. JK " .... .... % " 3K 

Suction Well Rod 



♦Lift 
nch Cylinder, 40 feet Price, 



. 1^4 inch Pipe . . ... : .... fa inch.. 
, Suction Well Rod 

. v l^ inch Pipe fa inch.. 

Always fitted \X inch, unless otherwise ordered. 



Lift 
2)4 inch Cylinder, 75 feet ) 
3 "" 50 " S 

♦Lift 
2}4 inch Cylinder, 100 feet ) 



Price, 



60 



each 


$ 4 2b 

4 75 

5 00 
5 50 
5 75 


each, 


| 5 60 

6 00 
6 50 


each, $ 6 00 


each, 


$10 00 





No. 853 - 

No. Stroke Suction 

No. \ 1 6-inch ..AM in. pipe 

853 K2 -6 " 

Stroke 

855 ]"6 inch .... 

Stroke 
237] 7 inch..... 




Suction 
IX in. pipe 

Suction 
.. . .l^ih. Pipe . 



No. 855 . Np- 237 ^ 

Discharge- Well Rod ♦Lift and Force 

lli in. Pipe and % in. Hose . . fa in 2% in. Cylinder, 60 feet 

IX- " i ' ■ X " rt»n - 3 " " 45 " .. 

Discl.arge Well Rod *Lift 

2% in Cylinder, 60 feet / 




Price, *ach, $11 00 
Price, each, $18 00 



Pipe and X > n Hose • ji * 

Wtll Rod ' ♦Lift 

. I* in P.pe.Uin Hose. j f* In. Cylinder. 100 ft. 

No. 237 has two supporting braces. It is made in two sections with flange between, is very Juavy throughout, and can be 
fitted for. any size pipe lrom 1^ inch to 2^ inch. Always fitted for 1% inch, unless otherwise ordered 

No. Stroke Suction ' Discharge WpIi Rod *L i;t and Force " 

tr Q o\ 1 7 inch U? in Pipe- 1^ in. Pipe and 1 in. Hose . fa in . . \ 2% in _yJinder, 150 ft. \ Price, each, $20 00 

oyo / 2. .Same as No. 1. with Cock Spout |3 " " 100 ft \ " " 22 50 

No. 593 has two supporting braces and fjctra heavy balanced lever It is made very heav^ throughout and is therefore adapted 
ior deep wells and hard duty 

tNot carried in stock. 

* Depth to which Pump may be ad^oted. wiin cylinders, size stated, placed within 15 or 20 feet of the water. 

Cylinders are charged evtra. — 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



469 



PLAIN HORIZONTAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 



Fig. 3 Shows Plain Horizontal Centrifugal Pump. 
flows to pump, without suction, and discharge above. 



Is used where the water 



CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC. 




Fig. 3. 



Xo. of 


Pipe Siz>s of 
Flanges 


Size of 


Capacity 


PRICE 


Pump 


Dis- 


Suc- 


Pulley 


per 






charge 


tion 




Minute 


Iron , Brass 


IK 


»H 


2 


5X5 


75 


$40.00 S75-oo 


I& 


2 


2 


5x 5 


150 


50.00 100.00 


2 


2 


3 


7x8 


200 


70.00 125.00 


2^2 


2^2 


3 


7x8 


3OO 


So. 00 150.00 


3 


3 


4 


7x8 


500 


95.00 175. CO 


Z% 


3^2 


5 


8x10 


750 


110.00 230.00 


4 


4 


5 


S xio 


1,000 


130.00 275. CO 


5 


5 


6 


10 XIO 


I,600 


165.OO 3; COO 


6 


6 


8 


12x12 


2,500 


200.00 42O.OO 


8 


8 


10 


20 XI 2 


4.5OO 


3IO.OO 


10 


10 


12 


24x12 


7,000 


400.00 


12 


12 


14 


24 XI4 


10,000 


5OO.OO' 



HORIZONTAL SUCTION CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

Fig. 4 shows Horizontal Suction Centrifugal Pump, and is same as Fig. 3, 
with Suction Primer attached as shown at the left, and pipe extending not more than 
twenty-five feet, fill or prime the pump by using the primer as a hand pump, then start 
the Centrifugal and it will draw the water and force it where required. 

CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC. 




Fig. 

We make Primer for No. 
larger than No. 6. 



No. of 


Pipe Sizes of 
Flanges 


Size of 


Capacity 
in Gals'. 


PBICE 


Pump 


Dis- 


Suc- 


Pulley 


per 


Iron 


Brass 




charge 


tion 




Minute 


iVx 


* l A 


2 


5X 5 


75 


$50.00 


$85.00 


1ft 


2 


2 


5X 5 


150 


60.00 


120.00 


2 


2 


3 


7x8 


200 


85.00 


150.00 


2>2 


2)2 


3 


7x8 


300 


95.00 


175.00 


3 


3 


4 


7x8 


500 


115.00 


210.00 


3V2 


Z% 


5 


8 xio 


750 


135 00 


270.00 


4 


4 


5 


8x10 


1,000 


15500 


•^0.00 


5 


5 


6 


10 XIO 


1,600 


19s. 00 


420 . 00 


6 


6 


8 


12 XI2 


2.^00 


240.00 


500 . 00 


S 


8 


10 


20 pi2 


4.-00 


375- 00 




10 


10 


12 


24 XI 2 


7,000 






12 


12 


U 


24X14 


10,000 







but advise H. D. Steam Ejectors for priming any pump 



^ 



470 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PLAIN VERTICAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

Fig. 2 shows Plain Vertical Centrifugal Pump, and is placed at bottom of pit, 
well or stream #ompletely submerged, with shaft extending above to connect to power. 
Is very simple and cheap. 



CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC 




No. of 
Pump 






i* 

4 
5 
6 



Fig. a. 



Size 


Capacity in 


of Fulley 


Gals per 
Minute 


5* 5 


75 


5x5 


150 


7x8 


200 


7x8 


300 


7x8 


500 


8 x 10 


750 


8 x 10 


1,000 


10 x 10 


1,600 


12 x 12 


2,500 


20 x 12 


4,5oo 


24 x 12 


7,000 


24 x 14 


io,«oo 



Iron 



$ 30.00 
40 00 
60 00 
70.00 
75 00 
95.00 
110.00 
140 00 
170.00 
265 00 

33O. 90 
420.00 



Brass 



$ 55 .00 
90.00 
110.00 
i35-oo 
150.00 
200 . 00 
240 . 00 
3i5-oo 
360 . 00 



DOUBLE SUCTION VERTICAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

Fig. 5 represents Double Suction Vertical Centrifugal Pump. The suction can 
be taken at either the side or bottom. Can be used same as Fig. 2, or with foot valve 
and suction pipe can be used as a suction pump. The water is received and discharged 
on both sides of piston, thus relieving the end thrust on step and runs more easily. 

CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC. 




No. of 


Pipe Size of Flanges. 


Size of 


Capacity in 




Pump 


Discharge 


Suction 


Pulley 


Gals, per 
Minute 


Price 


if* 


1 J* 


2 


5x 5 


75 


$ 40.00 


i-X 


2 


2 


5x 5 


150 


50.00 


2 


2 


3 


7x 8 


200 


75. CO 


2% 


2% 


3 


7x8 


300 " 


85.00 


3 


3 


4 


L-k 8 


500 


95 00 


4 


4 


5 


8x10 


1,000 


130.00 


5 


5 


6 


IO XIO 


1,600 


160. CO 


6 


6 


8 


12 X 12 


2,500 


200.00 


8 


8 


10 


20 X 12 


4^500 


300 . 00 


10 


10 


12 


24 X 12 


7,000 


390.00 


12 


12 


14 


24X14 


10,000 


500.00 



Fig. 5. 



Price of Brass Pump of this style on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



471 



DOUBLE SUCTION 
HORIZONTAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

Fig. 6 represents Double Suction Horizontal Centrifugal Pump and is used same 
Fig. 3, or by attaching Primer can be used same as Fig. 4 The suction or 
primer can be attached at either side or back of pump. The piston receives and dis- 
charges on both sides, avoiding any end thrusts, and runs much easier and for a high 
Ii7t is very much superior. 

CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC 




Fig. 6. 



No. of 
Pump 


Pipe S 
Flai 
Dis- 
charge 


izes of 
iges 

Suction 


Size of 
Pulley 


Capacity 
in Gals'. 

per 
Minute 


PRICE 

Plain' . 

, Primer 


i/4 


i% 


2 


5x 5 


75 


56o.oo $70 00 


2/4 


2 


2 


5x 5 


150 


75.00; 85.00 


2 


2 


3 


7x8 


200 


85.00 100.00 


1% 


2^ 


3 


7x8 


300 


95.00 I 10. CO 


3 


3 


4 


7x8 


500 no 00 130. 00 


4 


4 


5 


8x10 


I, GOO l65.OOi9O.90 


5 


5 


6 


10 x 10 


I.60O |220.00 25O.OO 


6 


6 


8 


12 X 12 


2,50O UOO.OO 34O.OO 


8 


8 


10 


20 X 12 


4,50O [45O.OO 5I5.OO 


10 


10 


12 


24 X 12 


7,000 [650. oo| 


12 


12 


14 


24 x 14 


IO.OCO 


!90o.oo| 



Price of Brass Pumps upon application. 



STEAM CENTRIFUGAL PUMP. 

Fig 8 shows Steam Centrifugal Pump. It is a horizontal pump with a high 
speed Steam Engine attached direct to pump. Is very convenient where other power 
cannot be utilized, or where a boiler is in use and no engine. Is ver}' compact and 
simple. 

CAPACITY, PRICE LIST, ETC* 



WITH BRASS PUMPS. 




No. of 
Pump 


Gallons 

per minute 

Capacity 


Price to lift 
25 ft. with- 
out primer 
not geared 


Price to lfit 

25 ft. with 

primer not 

geared 


2 

3 

4 


200 
300 
400 

900 


$e 7 5 

300 
350 
590 


5290 
3*5 
370 
640 



WITH IRON PUMPS. 



Fig. 8. 



2 

2% 


200 

500 


$215 

230 


$240 
260 


3 


400 


275 


295 


4 
5 
6 


coo 
1403 
2000 


450 
550 

Soo 


500 

600 

850 



Special price on larger sizes upon application. 



472 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE METROPOLITAN "1898" INJECTOR. 




Prices. 







Sizes 
of 


Size 
Over- 
flow 
or 
Waste 
Pipe. 


Capacity 


Capacity 


Horse power 


Horse-power 
on a basis 
of 30 lbs. 
Evaporation 
per H. P. 
per Hour. 


Sizes 


Prices 

Model 
O. 


all 

Pipe 

Con- 

nect'ns 


per Hour 

with i< lbs. 

Steam 

Pressure. 


per Hour 

with 175 lbs. 

Steam 

Pressure. 


for the Ordi- 
nary Type of 
Boiler and 
Engine. 


i% 


$40 OO 


1 in. 


%in. 


525 gals. 


600 gals. 


45 to 65 


55 to 8o 


»H 


45.00 


1 " 


% " 


625 " 


720 " 


65 to 80 


80 to no 


9% 


55-oo 


1% " 


1 " 


835 li 


950 " 


• 80 to IOO 


no to 145 


™yi 


60.00 


1% « 


1 " 


1,040 " 


1,195 " 


100 to 130 


145 to 180 


n% 


75.00 


1% " 


tK " 


1,350 |J 


1,550 " 


130 to 170 


180 to 235 


"J* 


go. 00 


1% " 


1% " 


I,8oo " 


2,070 " 


170 to 230 


235 to 300 


13% 


110.00 


2 44 


1/2 " 


2,350 " 


2,675 " 


230 to 300 


300 to 400 


WA 


125.00 


2 " 


1% " 


2,900 " 


3,275 " 


300 to 375 


400 to 500 


IS* 


150.00 


2/ 2 " 


2 " 


3,600 " 


3,975 " 


375 to 500 


500 to 650 


i6# 


200.00 


»y," 


2 " 


4,300 " 


4,750 " 


500 to 650 


650 to 800 



The Metropolitan 1898 Injector will work with steam pressures from 
25 to 300 lbs. without adjustment, when used with cold feed water and on 
a short lift. This Injector will also take feed water at 145 degrees Fahr 
with steam pressures from 35 to 140 lbs. When the exact conditions o T 
steam pressure, temperature of feed water and location of water supply i- 
knowxi, special Metropolitan 1898 Injectors can be had which will wor*f 
with lower and higher steam pressures. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



473 



THE METROPOLITAN AUTOMATIC INJECTOR. 




Price List. 







3ize of 


Size 
Over- 
flow or 
Waste. 
Pipe. 


Capacity with 


Horse Power 
for the Ordi- 


Horse Power 
on a Basis 


Sizes. 


Prices 
Model N. 


all Pipe 
Connec- 
tions. 


80 lbs. Steam 
Pressure, 
2-ft. Lift. 


nary Type 

of Boiler 

and Engine. 


of 30 lbs. 

Evaporations 

per H. P. 

per Hour. 


2 


$15.00 


% 


3 4 


60 gals. 


4 to 6 


5 to 8 


3 


16.00 


% 


h 


80 " 


6 to 8 


8 to 12 


3% 


18.00 


% 


% 


I20 " 


S to 15 


12 to 20 


4 


20.00 


% 


3/ 

/i 


165 " 


15 to 20 


20 to 28 


5 


25.00 


% 


I 


250 


23 tO 30 


28 to 40 


6 


30.00 


% 


I 


350 


30 to 45 


40 to 55 


7 


40.00 


I 


1% 


500 


45 to 65 


55 to 80 


8 


45.OO 


I 


IX 


600 " 


65 to 80 


80 to no 


9 


5 5-00 


1% 


I# 


800 M 


80 to 100 


TIO tO I45 


IO 


60.00 


i % 


i'A 


IOOO 


100 to 130 


145 to 180 


ii 


75-00 


*% 


2 


I300 


130 to 170 


180 to 235 


12 


90.00 


1% 


2 


1750 " 


170 to 230 


235 to 300 


13 


110.00 


2 


2^ 


2300 fi< 


230 to 300 


300 to 4f 


14 


125.00 


2 


2M 


2850 '■ 


300 to 375 


400 to 500 



The Metropolitan Automatic Injector will work with steam pres- 
sures from 25 to 150 lbs. on a short lift and with cold feed water If 
the lift is increased or the feed water heated the range of the Injector 
is correspondingly decreased. For hot feed water, high steam pressures 
and long lifts, the Metropolitan 1898 Injector, Model "O" should be used. 



474 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





LUNKENHEIMER AUTOMATIC INJECTOR. 

For Boilers of Stationary, Portable or Traction Engines, Steamboats, Etc. 

The Lunkenheimer Automatic 
Injector is a simple, durable and 
efficient boiler feeder, not liable 
to get out of order, and fulh- 
guaranteed in every particular. 
It is warranted to give in actual 
service as good, if not better, 
results than are herein claimed 
for it. It will satisfy the most 
exacting engineer, as it will be 
found in practice to be reliably 
automatic under all ordinary 
conditions, have full capacity at 
higher steam pressures than oth- 
ers, not affected to any extent by 
varying steam presMires and the 
maximum amount of water de- 
livered is capable of being graded 
over 50 per cent. 

Attention is called to its excel- 
lence of design and simplicity of 
construction. The areas of the 
body are ample and the tubes all 
screwed in place, instead of de- 
pending upon the pipe unions to secure them. These injectors are all 
carefully tested before shipment, and besides being required to deliver their 
rated capacities they must also be perfect in other respects. They will operate 
imder the following range of steam pressure and lifts with W\<z feed water at 75 
degrees : 

Lifts 2 to 4 feet, at steam pressures 2o to Jsn. 
Lifts 4 to 8 feet, at steam pressures 25 to lt>5. 
Lifts 8 to 12 feet, at steam pressures 90 to 1 W. 
Lifts 12 to 16 feet, at steam pressures 50 to 120. 
Lifts 16 to 18 feet, at steam pressures Go to 100. 
Lifts 18 to 20 feet, at steam pressures 70 to 90. 

With steam pressures from 60 to 100 and feed water at 75° I", 
the capacity of this injector can be graded over 50 per cent. Please 
bear in mind the fact that the above table is based on using the 
feed water at 75° F. With colder feed water much better results 
can be secured on many points of working. When lifting three 
feet this injector will handle hot feed water under the following 
conditions: 

Feed water 100° F., at steam pressures from JiO to 115. 

Feed water 110° F., at steam pressures from 35 to 130. 

Feed water 120° F., at steam pressures from 10 to 11".. 

Feed water 125° F., at steam pressures from 45 to 100. 

HOW TO CONNECT. 

This cut will give a general idea of how to properly connect a Lunken- 
heimer Automatic Injector to the boiler. With each machine is sent a 
complete direction card, which should be carefully read by the user. A 
new Lunkenheimer Automatic Injector, if properly connected, will show 
in service all that is claimed for it herein. 



Sectional View. 



Inches 
. Each 



Size No 

All Pipe Connections 

List Price 

* Gallons per Hour : 

Maximum — 75 lbs. Pressure. 

Maximum — 85 lbs. Pressure. 

Maximum — 95 lbs. Pressure. 

Minimum — 95 lbs. Pressure. 



2 2 V z 3 

ft ft X 

18.00 20.00 25.00 




4'z 



1% 



0.00 40.00 45.00 55.00 00.00 



9 10 

i# i# a 2 

75.00 90.00 110.00 125.00 



124 
130 



163 

171 
180 



235 
247 
200 
122 



330 
360 
385 
142 



440 
450 



195 



550 
580 
(500 
225 



740 
750 
760 
275 



920 
940 
900 
450 



1300 
1320 
1350 
620 



1710 
1740 



850 



2265 2860 

2290 2900 

2340 2950 

1050 1400 



Suitable for Throttling Engines- Horse Power : Size No. 2, 10 to 15 ; 2 ft, 15 to 20 ; 3, 20 to 30 ; 3 'A, 30 to 45 ; 
4, 45 to 65 ; Aft, 65 to 90 ; 5, 90 to 120 ; 6, 120 to 140 ; 7, 140 to 175 ; 8, 175 to 240 ; 9, 240 to 300 ; 10, 300 to 375 

* Peed Water, 75° F. ; Lift, 3 feet. Steam Pressure, 75, 85 .and 95 lbs. 

Where injectors are ordered by the size of pipe connections, we always ship the size having largest capacity. 
The capacities given above are guaranteed to have been taken from actual working tests and are not estimated. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



475 




REPAIRS. 

The only parts subject to severe wear are those printed in 
heavy type. 



A — Body of Injector. 

/> — Overflow or Deliver)- Caps 

(Interchangeable). 
C — Overflow Valve. 
D— L'nion Ring. 
/.— Union Tailpiece. 
F— Union Gasket. 



G— Steam Tube. 
H— Water-Lifting Tube. 
K— Automatic Valve. 
M — Combining and Delivery- 
Tubes. 
O— Overflow Valve Seat. 
/•-Overflow Valve Pin. 



In filling orders for repairs, where part M is ordered, part A" is 
always included. With each machine is furnished a wrench for 
removing the water-lifting tube (// ), but if it is lost any mechanic 
can make a new one by filing a slot in one end of a suitable-sized 

¥^tt piece of gaspipe. The steam tube ( G ) and combining and delivery 

^^^2| tubes (M) are provided with square end extensions which protrude 

^^ beyond the body of the machine. This makes it possible to remove 

these tubes with an ordinary monkey wrench. 

>ize Number of Injector "2 2^ 3 

j— Steam Tube 30 .85 .40 

H— Water-Lifting Tube 30 .35 .40 

Automatic Valve 10 .10 .16 

M— Combining and Delivery Tubes .. . 1.40 1.50 1.90 

~ Union Gasket '. 06 .05 .05 

C— Overflow Valve 40 .40 .60 

B— Cap (Overflow or Deliverv) 40 .40 

E and D—( Union Complete)' 50 .50 .60 

O— Overflow Valve Seat 10 .10 .10 

Tube Wrench 50 .50 .50 

Funnels for Overflow 1 .20 1.20 1.20 



sx 


4 


4;; 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


.45 




..... 


.60 


.65 


.70 


.75 


.80 


.96 


.45 


.50 


..).) 


.60 


.66 


.70 


.75 


.80 


.96 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.26 


.25 


2.00 


2.40 






3.00 




4.20 


5.00 


5.90 


.05 


.05 




.06 


.06 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.10 


.50 


.60 


.60 


.75 


.75 


.80 


.80 


.90 


.90 


.60 


.00 


.60 


.70 


.70 




.80 


.90 


.90 


.60 


.80 




LOO 


1.00 


1.40 


1.40 


1.90 


1.90 


.10 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.15 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.20 


.60 


.60 


.60 


.70 


.70 






1.00 


1.00 


1.20 


1.50 


1.60 


2. 00 


2.00 


2.90 


2.90 


4.00 


4.00 



LUNKENHEIMER '99 MODEL STANDARD INJECTOR. 



For High Pressures 

and 

Severe Service. 



This injector embodies in its construction all 
lesirable features which tend to make an injector 
high grade and efficient. Under high steam pres- 
sures it is necessary to have a machine which can 
be operated as efficiently as under low pressures 
and one which admits of sufficient range of work 
to cover all conditions of service. 

Before placing this injector upon the market it 
has been tested under a 
variety of conditions of : 
vere service, and from the ' 
results of such tests, we are 
able to guarantee this ma 
chine to be superior in 
efficiency and durability to 
any other of its class on 
the market. 

The construction is 
simple, manipulation easy and the results attained show a high 
degree of efficiency. It can be started promptlv under most 
conditions, at all pressures from thirty to two hundred and fifty 
pounds, and Can be handled without fear of uncertaintv of 
action, as it is not sensitive in this respect. It will work with- 
out adjustment of steam or water from forty to two hundred 
and fifty pounds and higher, and the capacity can be reduced 
over fifty per cent, at all points. This feature makes it especially suitable for severe service, such as is found 
on railroads, steamboats and high-pressure power plants, and in other places where the load varies and it is 
necessary to have an injector in which the capacity can be reduced within wide limits. 




476 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LUNKENHEIMER '99 MODEL STANDARD INJECTOR-Confinued. 

The design of the machine is excellent, the parts are well proportioned, the operating mechanism which 
controls the steam and overflow valves is not complicated and is all contained within the body of the injector, 
and there are no outside connecting rods, usually found in machines of this class. Sectiohoh a-a 

All valves are so placed 
that they are readily acces- 
sible for examination or re- 
pairs, the body casting is 
in one piece and the tubes 
can be removed from one 
end with the wrenches fur- 
nished with the machine. 
The line check valve is of 
the swing pattern, which 
gives full waterway, and 
when worn in the seat can 
be easily reground. 

The table of capacities 
given below is based upon 
actual results and is not es- 
timated, and the machines 
are guaranteed to conform 
to it in every respect. 

With each machine is 
sent full directions for at- 
taching and operating and we guarantee them to be all that we- 
claim. We will furnish machines on trial subject to approval. 
Many of them are in use on railroads, steamboats, power plants 
and other places where high pressure is carried and we solicit a 
trial of this machine. In ordering always specify size number, 
and, if possible, state where the injector is to be used — whether 
for railroad, stationary or marine work. We issue a separate descriptive catalogue of this injector and same 
will be furhi^hed upon application. 




Sectional View. 



Size No 8 l / 2 

Pipe Connections Steam Suction \ ^ 
Delivery Inches [ 



K 
50.00 

650 
665 



Pipe Connections Overflow, Inches 

Price Each 

••Maximum Capacities at Various 1 

Steam Pressures 125 lbs. I 

* Maximum Capacities at Various 1 

Steam Pressures 150 lbs. j 

^Maximum Capacities at Various \ fi89 

Steam Pressures 175 lbs. j 8 

^Maximum Capacities at Various \ r-™ 

Steam Pressures 200 lbs. / ' uu 

•"Maximum Capacities at Various \ r-,- 

■^l-pam Prp^«;iirp<; . .225 lbs. J 



"team Pressures 
* Feed Water, 76° F. 



9K 
1 

U 

60.00 
835 

855 

876 

900- 

925 



10>£ 

ik 

i 

75.00 
1110 

1140 

1170 

1200 

1230 



iiK 
i 

90.00 
1485 

1520 

1560 

1600 

1640 



12^ 

IK 

1% 

110.00 
1865 

1910 

1950 

2000 

2050 



13^ 
2 

iK 

125.00 
2320 

2375 

2440 

2500 

2560 



14K 



IK 
140.00 



2850- 
2925 
3000 



15 15K 



IK 
150.00 



3518 
3610 
3700 
3795 



IK 
160.00 



3910 
4000 
4100 
4200 



16K 

2K 

2 

190.CX 

4640 



4875 
5000 
5130 



Lift, 5 feet. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



477 



The Garfield Double Jet Injector. 



PRICE 3JXST. 






Si 


ze of 


Eight> 


Pounds Steam 




No. of 


Connections. 




Pressure. 






Injector. 




Supply 








PRICE 




Steam 


and 
Delivery- 


Hour. 


Horse 


Power. 




00 


% 


% 


60 


2 ' 


' 5 


$ 16 00 





H 


% 


90 


5 ' 


■ 10 


18 00 


1 


% 


% 


120 


10 ' 


' 15 


20 00 


2 


% 


% 


220 


15 ■ 


' 24 


25 00 


3 


V* 


\ 


300 


24 ' 


' 35 


30 00 


4 


% 


I 


420 


35 ' 


' 50 


40 00 


5 


\ 


1 


540 


50 4 


' 65 


45 00 


6 




1^4 


720 


65 4 


4 90 


56 00 


7 


1. 


1*4 


900 


90 ' 


' 115 


60 00 


8 


W 


IS 


1200 


115 ' 


4 150 


75 00 


9 


i l 4 


15* 


1700 


150 ' 


1 200 


90 00 


10 


14 




2200 


200 * 


4 275 


110 00 


11 


m 


9 


2800 


275 ' 


1 350 


125 00 


12 


g 


2 l o 


3400 


350 ' 


' 425 


150 00 


13 


2 


2 l o 


4000 


425 4 


4 500 


ISO 00 


14 


2 


2 l o 


4500 


500 ■ 


4 600 


300 oo 



The Ohio Automatic Injector, 




I»rLIOJE3 LIST 

AND TABLE OF CAPACITIES, ETC. 



. SIZE 


Pipe 
Connections 


Capacity 
Per Hour 


Horse Power 


PRICE 





^2 '" 


120 gals 


8 to 10 


$18 00 


.1 


l 2 in 


165 " 


10 44 15 


20 00 


2 


% in 


250 " 


15 " 25 


25 00 


3 


3 j in 


340 " 


25 '• 35 


30 00 


4 


1 in 


460 " 


35 iL 00 


40 00 


5 


1 in 


580 " 


.40 " 75 


45 00 



478 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE LEADER INJECTOR AND JET PUMP 

Is just what steam users are looking for. We guarantee every one 
to give satisfaction, or money refunded. 




PRICE LIST. 

No. Gals, per hour. 
1 900 ... . $6 00 

2 . . . . 1200 8 00 

3 . . . . 1S00 10 00 

4 . . . . 2000 12 00 

When a man has use for a Jet Pump, lie 
wants one that will bring water when steam 
is turned on. Our LEADER will do this 
every time. 






lNcJE( 



MostPerfect iwpW ,___ 

^erFee# yeT pbop ucer 



PRICE LIST. 



u 


Size of Pipes 


Horse Power 
of Boiler. 
Will Feed 


£82 

6-^ 


List 
Price 




Steam 
Pipe 


Suet'n 
& Feed 


l 
2 

4 

5 
6 

8 
9 

10 
11 
12 


% 
% 

% 

I. 


I 

n 

i 

i 

w 

XH 


3 to 7 

7 to 10 

12 to 18 

18 to 25 

25 to 35 

35 to 45 

45 to 60 

60 to 70 

70 to 90 

100 to 125 

125 to 150 

150 to 200 


60 

90 

150 

220 

300 

400 

500 

600 

750 

1000 

1300 

1800 


$16 0( 
18 0C 
22 Ot 
25 Ot 
30 0( 
85 0( 
40 0( 
45 0( 
55 0( 
65 0( 
75 0( 
90 0( 



WHEN ORDERING AN INJECTOR, PLEASE STATE 

First— The horse power of your boiler and engine. 
Second— Give steam pressure carried. 
Third— If water is taken under pressure or lift. 
Fourth— If water is to be lifted give the lift or distance 

from the Injector to the water supply, both vertically 

and horizontally. 
In ordering repairs, please give the stock number. 

EVERY INJECTOR FULLY TESTED 
BEFORE SHIPMENT. 



GRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



479 



Model ll C. 




The H-D Ejectors, Models "C" and "P" 
will perform the same duty, the difference 
being in the form of the Ejector and the 
connections, the model "C" having union 
connections on both steam and delivery 
ends, and the model "P" having union con- 
nection on the steam end only. 

Prices, Model "c." 





Prices 
Model C. 


Pipe Connections. 


Capacity per Hour 


Sizes, 


Steam. 


Suction and 
Delivery. 


with 50 lbs. 
Steam Pressure. 


No. i Brass 


$8.oo 


3 '3 


% 


250 gallons. 




2 il 


10.00 


% 


% 


500 




3 


15.00 


% 


1 


960 




4 


20.00 


1 


iK 


1,300 




5 


25.00 


iK 


iH 


2,000 




' 6 Iron 


35.00 


x# 


2 


4,000 




7 


45.00 


l>a 


2% 


8,000 




8 


55.00 


1 


3 


7 I. OOO 




' 


70.00 


2M 


4 


I 5,000 




' IO 


175.00 


4 


6 


45,000 



Sizes Nos. 6, 7 and 8 have iron body, bal- 
ance brass. 

Size No. 9 has brass tubes, balance iron. 

Sizes Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9 made entirely of 
brass, to order. 

Size No. 10, flanged connections. 

Special all-iron Ejectors made to order. 

Prices, Model "p, 



Model *'P.' 




Sizes. 


Prices 
Model P. 


Pipe Connections. 


Capacity per Hour 

with 50 lbs. 

Steam Pressure. 


Steam. 


Suction and 
Delivery. 

1 


1 
2 

3 
4 
5 

6 

7 
8 
9 


$8.00 Brass 
10.00 k * 
15.00 " 
20.00 " 
25.00 " 
35.00 Iron 
45.00 
55.00 
70.00 " 


k 

I l 4 

2 

2^ 


% 

1 

2 

2K 

3 

4 


250 gallons. 

500* 

960 
1.300 
2,000 
4,000 
8,000 

IT, OOO " 

15 OOO 



Sizes Nos. 6, 7 and 8 have iron body, balance brass. 
Size No. 9 has brass tubes, balance iron. 
Sizes Nos. 6, 7, 8 and 9 made entirely of brass, to order. 
Special all-iron Ejectors made to order. 



480 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



WATER 



PRESSURE 



EJECTOR. 




Fig. 27. 
This instrument is worked by water pressure and used to 
advantage in excavations, cellars, etc., where water pressure can 
be had and the required elevation does not exceed 12 feet. It 
has to be inserted into the water pressure pipe in such a manner 
that it will be entirely covered by the water to be raised. It will 
raise double the quantity of water which it obtains from the 
pressure pipe, i. e., it will deliver two gallons for every one it 
receives from the pressure pipe. 

DIMENSIONS AND PRICES. 



Number of Water Pressure Ejector 


L 


~ 


3 






Capacity, gallons per hour 

Size of Water Pressure Pipe, inch 

Size of Delivery Pipe, inch 


375 
l 


600 


1/2T5 

1 




Price— Steam Metal 


$15.00 


$20 . 00 


$30 0U 



NOISELESS WATER HEATER. 




Fig. 29. 

This instrument is used for warming of liquids, it avoids the 
noise that is otherwise caused by the action of steam led direct 
into cold liquids for that purpose. 

In v operation, the liquid is drawn through the holes in body 
and discharged through shank, causing a circulation of the 
liquid in tank. 



Number of Noiseless Water Heater. 


3 


4 


5 j 


7 | 8 


Diameter of Steam Pipe, inch 


% 


1 


IX | i% 


1X| * 


Price— Iron Body, Brass Nozzle. . . 


$10.00 


$15.00 


$20.00,825 00 


$30.0o|$40 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



481 



IRON EJECTORS. 

(WITH STEAM METAL NOZZLE.) 

FOR LIFTING AND FORCING LIQUIDS. 




Fig. 26. 



AdaDted for Water Stations on Railroads, Wrecking Purposes, Tanneries, 
Breweries, Chemical Works, Distilleries, Etc-* 



TABLE OF DIMENSIONS AND F 


>RI( 


)ES. 






1 


2 


3 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 1 10 


11 










Capacity, gallons per hour 

Size of Steam Pipe inch 

Size of Suction Pipe " 

Size of Delivery Pipe ... . " 


150 
Vz 
% 
% 


250 
% 
1 
1 


375 

1 

IK 

l x 4 


750 

1 

v/ 2 


1.500 


2.475 

iy> 

2 ' 
2 


3,750 

2 
2 


6.000 
2 

2 


9.000 12,000 

2 2J4 

3 3^ 
*« 3 


18,000 
2K 
4 
3* 


Iron Case, Steam Metal Nozzles 
All Steam Metal 


$7.50 
15.00 


$8.00 
16.00 


$](' 00 $12 00?15 00 $20 00 $25.00 $35 00 $50 0o'$60.00 
20 00; 24 00 20 00 40 00 50 OOi 70 Out .... 1 


170.00 



The above capacities are based upon a steam pressure of 60 lbs. and 
an elevation of 32 feet. 



HARD LEAD EJECTORS. 

FOR LIFTING AND FORCING ACIDS. 




Fig. 26a. 

LIST OF PRICES. 



Number of Ejector.. 


1 


Si 8. 00 


3 4 I 5 | 6 | 7 


8 | 9 | 10 | 11 




$16 Of. 


fcK Ou $26.00 jS.tf) 00 537 50$4.V0<i 


SCO 00 SHo.OO $105.00 Sift 00 







Size of Steam Pipe, same as Fig. 20. 

Size of Suction and Delivery Pipes, same as Fig. 2G, not threaded, 
but arranged for soldering 



482 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BRASS GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC 
Screwed Hub, Iron Wheel. 





Fig. I. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 39. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size H H % H % i iU m * *H 3 

Price, Fig. 1 1#1 o j.10 1.25 1.60 2.20 2.80 4.00 5.50 8.75 15.75 22.00 

Distance End to End \% lis 2 2£f 8ft 3% 4ft 4% tftf 6% 7 

Size 1 1^4 V/ 2 2 2}£ 8 

Price, Fig. 39 6.00 9.00 11.00 16.50 25.00 34.00 

Distance, Face to Face 4^ 5% 6 7% 8- • »9 

Diameter of Flanges 4 4*4 5 6 7 7>$ 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



483 



BRASS ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Screwed Hub, Iron Wheel. 





Fig. 9. Fi§. 40. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

Size X H H H % 1 1M 1^ 2 2^ 3 

Price, Fig. 9 1.10 1.10 1.25 1.60 2.20 2.80 4.00 5.50 8.75 15.75 22.00 

Distance Centre to Inlet or Outlet.,, %. ft 1 1 T 7 T \% IK 2 rV 2% 2# Z% 3Jf 

Size -... 1 1M IK 2 2% 3 

Price Fig. 40 6.00 9.00 11.00 16.50 25.00 8400 

Distance Centre to Face 2 T 7 T 2% 3 3^ 4 4^ 

Diameter of Flanges 4 4% 5 6 7 7}$ 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



484 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



EXTRA HEAVY 

BRASS GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Screwed Hub (Follower in Stuffing Box), Iron Wheer. 





Fig. 309. 
SCREW ENDS. 



« Fig. 310. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size % % I \U IH 

Price. Fig. 309 ,,. 4.25 6.00 8.00 10.00 13.75 

Distance End to End _ %}£ Z% 4^ 4% 5 

Size 1 1J4 \% 2 

Price, Fig. 310 10.00 12.50 16.00 32.00 

Distance Face to Face 4 4% §\ 6^ 

Diameter of Flanges 4 4>| 5 6 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application 



2 

22.00 



31.00 



42.00 



42.00 
8H 



54.00 

8 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



4S5 



EXTRA HEAVY 

BRASS ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Screwed Hub tFollower in Stuffing: Box), Iron Wheel. 





Fig. 311. Fig. 312. 

SCRE.W ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

Size \i % I IX IK 9 

Price. Fig. 311. 4.25 6.00 8.00 10.00 13.75 22.00 

Distance Centre to Inlet or Outlet \% 1% Z& 2/, 2% 3 

Size .,.„ 1 \\i \% 3 

Price, Fig. 312 10.00 12.50 16.00 82.00 

Distance Centre to Face 8 2 t \ 2% 8J£ 

Diameter of Flanges 4 t% 6 6 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



*% 


S 


31.00 


42.00 


3xV 


4M 


*A 


B 


42.00 


54.00 


\x 


IK 



486 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



RADIATOR 

BRASS GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Wood Wheel. 




Fig. 2. 
SCREW ENDS. 

Size & 

Wee, Fig. 2. 

Rough Body, Finished Trimmings 1.50 

Rough Body, Plated Trimmings 1.75 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated 2.00 

Finished all over 2.00 

Finished all over and Nickel Plated 2.85 

Distance End to End. , . . . . 1^| 

3i"> X 

Price, Fig. 8... 

Rough Body, Finished Trimmings 2.75 

Rough Body, Plated Trimmings 8.00 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated 8.20 

Finished all over 3.20 

Finished all over and Nickel Plated 8.25 

Distance End to End, including Union Nipple 8}$ 




H X 



Fig. 8. 
MALE UNION OUTLET. 

% l 1M IK 



1.65 


2.00 


2.50 


3.20 


4.50 


6.25 


10.50 


1.90 


2.25 


2.70 


3.50 


4.75 


6.50 


10.75 


2.15 


2.50 


2.86 


8 65 


4.90 


6.75 


11.00 


2.15 


2.60 


3.00 


3.75 


5.25 


7.25 


11.75 


2.50 


2.85 


8.10 


4.00 


6.40 


7.75 


12.25 



«H 8 A *% 4* 4& 5tf 



1M 



*K 



3.50 


4.30 


5.85 


7.75 


12.60 


8.75 


4.65 


6.25 


8.00 


12.85 


8.80 


4.75 


6.40 


8.10 


13.10 


4.00 


4.80 


6.40 


8.75 


13.85 


4.25 


5.25 


7.00 


9.25 


14.35 



4K 



5tV 



*H 



m 



w 



Above prices cover Wood Handle. Tee Handle, Square on Stem, or Lock Shield. 
Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



— 



CRAWLEY. & JOHNSTON. 



437 



RADIATOR 

BRASS ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC 
Wood Wheel. 





Fig. II. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 12. 
MALE UNION OUTLET. 



Size H % % % 1 IH IK 

Price, Fig. 11. 

Rough Body, Finished Trimmings 1.50 1.65 2.00 2.50 3.20 4.50 6.25 

Rough Body, Plated Trimmings 1.75 1.90 2.25 2.70 3.50 4.75 6.50 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated 2.00 2.15 2.50 2.85 3.65 4.90 6.75 

Finished all over 2.00 2.15 2.50 3.00 3.75 5.25 7.25 

Finished all over and Nickel Plated 2.35 2.50 2.85 3.10 4.00 5.40 7.75 

Distance Centre to Inlet or Outlet If 1 lft 1% lit 2 T S 5 

Size H % 1 ■ lfi \% 

Price, Fig. 12. 

Rough Body, Finished Trimmings 2.75 3.50 4.30 5.85 7.75 

Rough Body, Plated Trimmings 3.00 3.75 4.65 6.25 8.00 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated _ 3.20 3.80 4.75 6.40 8.10 

Finished all over 3.20 4.00 4.80 6.40 8.75 

Finished aU over and Nickel Plated 3.25 4.25 5.25 7.00 9.25 

Distance Centre to Inlet 1% \% \\% 2ft 2ft 

Distance Centre to End of Union Nipple 2ft 2^ 3ft 3% 4 

Above Prices cover Wood Handle, Tee Handle, Square on Stem, or Lock Shield. 
Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



10.50 
10.75 
11.00 
11.75 
12.25 



2% 2tf 



12.60 
12.85 
13.10 
13. &5 
14.35 



2f* 
4* 



488 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Composition Hub and Mountings. 





Fig. 69. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Size *H 3 %% 

Price, Fig. 69 : 5.00 7.25 11.00 

Distance End to End. . 5 6 7% 

Size IH 3 2 ^ 

Price, Fig. 70 6.00 8.50 13.00 

Distance Face to Face 5^ J>K J 

Diameter of Flanges 5 6 7 tft 

Complete Valve Catalogue seat on application 



Fig. 70. 






FLANGE ENDS. 






3 


3M 


4 


> 16.00 


18.50 


23,00 


m 


m 


10* 


8 


m 


4 


) 18.00 


20.50 


25.00 


*% 


X *% 


10^ 



■V 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



489 



IRON BODY ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Composition Hub and Mountings. 





Fig. 71. Fig. 72. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

Size \% * *H 3 

Price, Fig. 7! 5.00 7.25 11.00 16.00 

Distance Centre to Inlet or Outlet 2% 4% 4% 5}£ 

Size \% S V4 8 

Price, Fig. 72 6.00 8.60 18:00 18.00 

Distance Centre to Face 2% 4% 4% 4\i 

Diameter of Flanges 5 6 7 1% 

Complete Valve Catalogue east on application. 



Wt 


4 


18.50 


23.00 


6# 


7 


*H 


4 


20.50 


25.00 


S* 


fi 



490 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BRASS CROSS VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Screwed Hub, Iron Wheel. 





Fig. 36. Fig. 300. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANCE ENDS. 

size H % * 1M V4 a 

Price, Fig. 36 2.25 2.50 3.25 4.75 6.25 9.50 

Distance End to End 2|f 3X 3^ 4ft 4^ 51$ 

Distance Centre to Bottom Inlet 1& 1% 1H 2& 2% 2 j$ 

Bize 1 IU *H * 

Price, Fig. 300 8.75 11.50 15.25 23 00 

Distance Face to Face 4% 5% ** V6 

Distance Centre to Bottom Inlet 2 T *, 2% 8 8-ft 

Diameter of Flanges ... 4 4^ 5 6 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



2K 


3 


20.00 


30.00 


6% 


$ 


% 


3 


5.00 


47.00 




9 

4tf 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY CROSS VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Composition Hub and Mountings. 



491 





Fig. 77. Fig. 78. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

Size 1* 2 2% 3 3* 

Price, Fig. 77 12.00 14.00 16.00 21.00 25.00 

Distance End to End.... 5 6 8* 8^ 9 

Distance Centre to Bottom Inlet 2% 8 4*4 *% 4* 

Size \%. 2 2% 3 Zy 2 

Price, Fig. 78 15.00 17.00 19.00 24.00 27.00 

Distance Face to Face 5M 8M 9M %% 10 ^ 

Distance Centre to Face of Bottom Flange 2% 4% ±% ±M 5A 

Diameter of Flanges 5 6 7 7% 8)£ 

Complete Yalve Catalogue sent on application. 



4 
27.00 
10* 



4 
30.00 



11 



492 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Composition Mountings, Yoke*. 





Fig. 73. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 74. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size 2 2^ 3 3^ 4 4K 5 6 7 8 

Price, Fig. 73 10.00 12.00 16.75 19.50 24.00 32.00 40.00 48.00 80.00 90.00 

Dist.EndtoEnd.... 1% S% 9% 10% 10% Ufc 13% 14tf 16^ 

Size 2 V/ % 3 Z% 4 4^ 5 6 7 8 9 

Price, Fig. 74... 11.75 14.00 18.50 21.50 26.00 34.00 42.00 50.00 80.00 90.00 .... 

Distance 

Face to Face... 6^ 8 8% 10^ 10% 11% 12 15% 15% 17 .... 

Diam. of Flanges 6 7 7% 8% 9 9)4 10 11 12% 13% ,.... 

Complete Valve Catalogue seut on application. 



10 12 

130.00 185.00 

20' 23% 



10 


12 


14 


130.00185.00 334.00 


20 
16 


23% 
19 


25% 
21 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



492 



IRON BODY ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS DISC. 
Composition Mountings. Yoke. 





Fig. 75. F'9- ™- 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

Size 2 2^ 3 $K * 4H 5 6 7 8 9 10 19 

Price, Fig. 75 10.00 12.00 16.75 19.50 24.00 32.00 40.00 48.00 80.00 90.00 .... 130.00 185.00 

Distance Centre . „ „. _ -,,«,, « rt «... 

to Inlet or Outlet... 3 4# *H ±% $X *% $% 7 7V* 8tf .... W lift 

Size 2 2^ 3 3K 4 4H 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 14 

Price, Fig. 76 .. 11.75 14.00 18.50 21.50 26.00 3400 42.00 50.00 80.00 90.00 .... 130.00185.00 334.00 

oSSS?oFace.. 4^ ±% 4H 5 5^ 5^ . &H 1% Vi *X .... JO 1U. \*H 

Diam of Flanges 6 7 1% S% 9 9M 10 11 12^ ™% ... 16 1» 21 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent oa appljcatiaa. 



494 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



HEAVY 

IRON BODY GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Composition Mountings. Yoke. 





Fig. 185. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 328. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Bize •••/ 2 2 K 8 3^ 4 4^ 5 6 7-8 9 10 13 

Price, Fig. 185 12.00 14. CO 20.10 23.40 28.80 88.40 48.00 57.60 96 00 108.00 .... 156.00 222.00 

Dist.EndtoEnd... Sy 2 8% V% U 11^ .... UJtf 15)4 ™H 16)4 .... 20 23fc 

Bize * * %H * *% * iH $ 6 * * 9 10 12 14 16 

Price, 

Distance 328 U * 10 168 ° 28 - 8 ° 258 ° 31 ' 2 ° ^^ W<4 ° mM 96 - 00 W80 ° •••• 156.00 222.00 .... 450 00 

DU^ol * 10 "* U% 18 * "" "* . «* "K 18 .... 22 23<* .... 83 

Flanges. 6^ iy 2 9 9 10 lOfc 21 13 14 15 16 17}* 20 23 26 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



495 



HEAVY 

IRON BODY ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Composition Mountings. Yoke. 





Fig. 329. 
SCREW ENDS 



Fig. 186. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size. 



Price, Fig. 329 

Distance,, 

Centre to Inlet or Outlet 3^ 



2 2>£ 3 Z% 4 A% 5 6 7 8 9 10 19 

12.00 14.50 20.10 23.40 28.80 38.40 48.00 57.60 96.00 108.00 .... 156.00229.00 
*H 5^ $H .... G% 1% 1%. %% .... 10 11£ 



Size 2 


*Yz 


8 


3^ 


4 


4K 


5 


6 


* 8 9 10 12 14 16 


Price, 




















Fig. 186 14.10 


16.80 


22.20 


25.80 


31.20 


40.80 


50.40 


60.00 


96.00 108.00 .. 


.. 156.00 222.00 .... 450.00 


Distance 




















Cen. to Face 4% 


4% 


5% 


W 


6 




7 


7# 


*% 9fc .. 


.. 11M 11% .... 16g 


Diameter of 




















Flanges. , §% 


7K 


9 


9 


10 




11 


13 


14 15 


.. 17i£ 20 .... 25 



Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



496 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



EXTRA HEAVY 

IRON BODY GLOBE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Composition Mountings, Yoke. 





Fig. 330. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 187. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size 2 *V* 3 ZH 4 4^ 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

P.rice, Fig. 330......... 12.50 15.00 21.00 24.50 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 100.00113.00 .... 163.00232.00 

Distance End to End... By 2 8% 9% U 11* .... 13% 1554 «* 1634 ... . 20 22% 

Size • 2 2 H 3 3K 4 4^ 5 6 7 8 10 12 

Price. Fig. 187 14.70 17 50 23.25 27.00 82.50 42.30 52.50 62.50 100.00113.00 .... 163.00232.00 

Distance Face to Face. . 9 10 10% \\V \2\A \AVa \*>\/ 17ix ifi o.-> „,,„ 

Diameter of Flanges.. 6^ iy 2 /* \ A \¥* \\\\ }}« JJJ* }J* J* .... ^ 23% 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on. application, 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



497 



EXTRA HEAVY 

IRON BODY ANGLE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE DISC. 
Composition Mountings, Yoke, 





Fig. 188. Fig. 331. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

fize 2 2% 3 %% 4 V/ z 5 6 7 8 9 

'rice, Fig. 188 12.50 15.00 21.00 24.50 30.00 40.00 50.00 60.00 100.00 113.00 .... 

distance 

:entre to Inlet or Outlet %% i\i i% $% 5% .... 6^ 1% 7% 8% .... 

Pize 2 214 3 m 4 ±% 5 6 7 8 9 

rice. Fig. 331 14.70 17.50 23.25 27.00 32.50 42.50 52.50 62.50 100.00 113.00 .... 

Distance Centre to Face 4^ i% 5 T V 5% 6 ... 7 1% %% 9% . . . . 

Diagram of Flanges.... 6% 1% 9 9 10 .... 11 13 14 15 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



10 


12 


63.00 232.00 


10 


n 7 4 


10 


12 


63.00 232.00 


\iy % 


20 



w- 



498 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BRASS GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS SEAT RINGS. 

Screwed Hub, Iron Wheel. 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. 101. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 102. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Price, Fig. 101 1.50 

Distance End to End 2% 

Sue -,... x/ 2 

Price, Fig. 102... 4.65 

Distance Face to Face. . . 2f£ 

Diameter of Flanges. . . 3 



% H % 


1 


134 


V/z 2 2y 2 


3 


sy 2 


4 


1.50 1.65 2.20 


2.80 


4.00 


5.30 7.80 17.00, 


23.00 


45.00 


56.0 


2^ 2^ 2% 


3t 8 * 


3% 


4^ 4>| %% 


7M 


8% 


8JS 


% 1 


iU 


iH 


2 2^ 


3 


3K 


4 


5.65 7.50 


9.35 


14.00 


16.00 26.50 


35.75 


57.00 


68.0 


8ft SB 


4Vs 

4K 


s* 


5% 6% 

6 ^ 


8% 

*8 


*% 
*% 


10 
9 



Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



499 



EXTRA HEAVY 

BRASS GATE VALVES, 

RENEWABLE S^AT RrNGS. 

Screwed Hub, Iron Wheel. 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. 213. 
SCREW ENDS. 



tice, Fig. 213 .,..,.. ,, ,.,..-. • 
Kstance End to End. . -.- . c^r v^o 



tice, Fig. 334. .._..,_ ... .... 



Kstance Face to Face .^ ._._.„ 
Jiaraeter of Flanges .... . ^ 



Fig. 334. 








FLANGE ENDS* 






H i 


IX 


iH 


2 


4.75 ~25 


10.00 


1475 


25.00 


m ±% 


*A 


5 


5^ 


-.-.-..-* 1 


1>4 


1« 


2 


._,,..., 8,75 


11. 50 


18.75 


28.00 


5 

...... 4 


5K 
4H 


6 
5 


9M 

6M 



Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application* 



500 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS SEAT RINGS. 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet, Screw Ends. 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. 109. 
SCREWED PACKING NUT. 



Fig. 209. 
BOLTED PACKING GLAND. 



Size 2 

Price, Fig. 109 7.50 

Distance End to End , .' 5% 

Size 4^ 5 6 7 

Price, Fig. 209 25.00 27.00 84.00 41.00 

Distance End to End 9^ W% 10 10^ 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application 



10.75 



51.50 



14.00 
1% 



3K 
18.25 
8& 



10 
73.00 



S% 



12 
100.00 
16# 



B 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



501 



IRON BODY GATE VALVES, 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS SEAT RINGS 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet Flange Ends, 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. 110. . Fig. 216. 

SCREWED PACKING NUT. BOLTED PACKING GLAND. 

Size t 2 2% Z S% 4 

Price, Fig. 110 „ 7.60 10.75 14.00 18.25 20.50 

Distance Face to Face "M 7% 8>4 %y % 9% 

Diameter of Flanges « 7 7*| 8% 9 

Size 4% 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 

Price, Fig. 216 ,... 25.00 27.00 34.00 41.00 51.50 .... 73.00 100.00 168.00 223.00 292.00 346.00 494.00 

Distance 

Face to Face ... . 10^ 10^ 10 % 11^ 12^.... \Z% 16^ 18 19 20 22 24 

Diam. of Flanges 9>4 10 11 VZ% \%% .... 16 19 21 23^ 25 27% 31% 

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502 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY GATE VALVES- 

RENEWABLE VULCANIZED ASBESTOS SEAT RINGS. 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet. 

Square Nut on Spindle. 





Fig. 113. Fig. 114. 

BELL ENDS. SPIGOT ENDS. 

Siee 2 $ 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 

Price, Fig. 113 7.50 14.00 20.50 27.00 34.00 41.00 51.50 73.00 100.00 168.00 223.00 292.00 346.00 494. 

Depth of Bell 3 3 3 3 3 8 8 3 S}£ %% Z% %% 3% 4 

Distance End to End 

of Pipe when laid iD 

Bell 3 Z% 434 *X *M *H Wt *Va *% »U ™ l A 11* 13& ** 

Size. 8 8 4 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 

Price, Fig. 114 7.50 14.00 20.50 27.00 34.00 41.00 51.50 73.00 100,00 168.00 223.00 292.00 346.00 494. 

Distance 

End to End of Spigot., 17^ 20# 22% 23 22^ 23 23% 24% 27 80 32 34>£ 3534 863 

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503 



IRON BODY GATE VALVES 

RENEWABLE 
VULCANIZED ASBESTOS SEAT RINGS, 
Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet, 

Rising Spindle. 




Fig. 217. Fig. 218. 

SCREW ENDS. FLANGE ENDS. 

2 2% 3 Z% 4 i% 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Price, Fig. 217. 16.60 22.75 26.00 81.75 36.50 44.00 51.00 61.00 71.00 91.00 .... 124.00 154.0C 

Dist. End to End... 5% 6% 1% %% 8% 9^ *K 10 10# 11^ .... 13# 16% 

2 2V* 3 3% 4 4% 6 6 X 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 24 

j|g[l6.50 22.75 26.00 31.75 36.50 44.00 61.00 61.00 71.00 91.00 124.00 164.00 232.00 300.00 417.00 48100 «68.0t 

to ' Face f 7V * V/ * Wi 8% 9% 10V * 10H 10% U% UV4 13% 16% 18 19 20 M 24 

Flanges! 6 7 7% 8% 9 9V* 10 11 12% 13% 16 19 21 23% 25 27% 31% 

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. 



504 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



HEAVY 

IRON BODY GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINGS. 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet. 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. 226. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Size ^ 2^ 3 3^ 4 4^ 5 

Price, Fig. 226. 10.00 14.25 18.75 24.00 27.25 33.00 35.75 45.75 54.50 

Dist. End to End. ... 6^ 8 8% 8% 9^ 10 11 



2% 



8% 



4% 



FiG 227 {• lO.OO 14.26 18.76 24.00 27.26 83.00 85.76 45.76 64.60 68.75 
10% 11 11% 12% 14 14% 



Dist. Face i fc 
to Face f 8 
Diam. of 

Flangea 



u% 12% 
'ie% u 



Fifl 


227. 








FLANGE ENDS. 






5 7 


8 


9 


.10 


12 


.75 54.50 


68.75 




97.50 


132.00 


X WA 


13% 




16 


17K 


10 12 


14 


16 


18 


20 


97.60 132.00 


189.00 


248.00 


817.00 


366.00 


17% 20 


22 


23% 


24% 


26% 


17% 20 


23 


25 


27% 


20 



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505 




HEAVY 

IRON BODY GATE VALVES 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINGS. 
Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet. 
Rising Spindle. 




Fig. 228. Fig. 278. 

SCREW ENDS FLANGE ENDS. 

Size 2 2% 3 3^ 4 1% 6 6 7 8 8 10 12 

Price, Fig. 228 21.00 25.25 30.00 36.75 40.75 48.50 57.00 69.00 80.00 100.00 ... 136.00 194.00 

Dist. End to End.. 6% 8 Sy 2 %% 9y 2 10 11 12% 13^ 13% .... 16 17# 

Sire 2 2% .' ZVa 4 4% 5 C 7 8 10 12 14 16 18 JO 24 

f jq Ce- 278 1' 21 -°° ,;!5 - 25 30 - 00 36 " 5 40 - 75 4S5 ° 670 ° 69 - eo SOo ° 1000 ° 13600 1M -°° 26900 34S00 4640 ° 62300 833 *° 

^toFacM SV * 9V * 10 10Sw ll llVj )2Vi l4 14Vi 15 17% 20 " 2ZY * 24H MH n 

D Flangeef ^ ^ 8 ' 10 **** 11 13 14 15 17% 20 23 26 27% 29 9* 

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Y 



506 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



EXTRA HEAVY 

IRON BODY GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINGS. 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet. 

Stationary Spindle. 





Fig. lit. 
SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 112. 

FLANGE ENDS. 



Size 2 2^ 3 Z% ' 4 4% 5 6 7 8 

Price, Fig. Ill 11.25 1G.15 21.00 27.35 30.75 37.50 40.50 51.00 61.50 77.2 

Dist. End to End... 6% 8 8% 8% 9% 10 11 12% tdy 2 13^ 



9 10 12 

.... 109.50 150.00 
.... 16 W4 



Size, 
Price. 



2% 



3% 



4% 



10 



12 



18 



20 



24 



Fig.' 112 } u * 26 16,15 210 ° 2T ' 35 30,75 37-5 ° 40-5(K 61 '°° 6L5 ° 77 ' 25 109 - r>0 lr>0 ' 00 200 ' 00 2850 ° 3320 ° 40500 sl00 ° 
\ 8% »% io io% n n% 12% w u% 15 



Dist. Face 
to Face, 
D Flans«t 6% 7% • • 10 10% 11 13 .14 



17% 

17% 



23% 24% «6% 
26 27% 2» 



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— 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



507 




EXTRA HEAVY 

BODY GATE VALVES 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINCS 

Composition Mountings, Bolted Bonnet. 

Rising Spindle, 




Fig. 229. 

SCREW ENDS., 



Fig. 279. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Size ....... ..._._ 

Price, Fig. 229. . 
Dist. End to End. 



2 2% 3 Z% 4 A% 5 6 7 8 9 10 13 

22.00 26.25 32.25 39.00 43.50 62.00 60.00 74.00 90.00 110.00 158.00 218.00 



SK 



9^ 



12^ UM 13 ?4 



Siz t . 



2M. 



00 43.60 F.2.00 60.00 74.00 90.00 110.00 158.00 218.00 300.00 3S3.00 533.00 646.00 
1714 20 22 23V4 



Fie 279 1 ""°° 262 ° 3 "" 5 

Flaug^l" '* 7M| » • M M>% 11 13 14 15 17% 20 

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24'i 2CMl 

27»* 29 



508 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



BRASS CHECK VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 

Screwed Cap, Rotating- Brass Disc. 

SCREW ENDS. 





Fig. 60. 
BOTH HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL.^ 

Size...... ,v H % Vz 

Price, Fig. 60 s -. 1.25 1.30 1.50 

Price Fig. 57 >-■ -.-.---tttttv 1-50 

Distance End to End, Fig. 60. . . 2% 2% 2% 
Distance Centre to Inlet or Out- 
let, Kg. 57. .... ; . ..^y. <-.. 1% 









Fig. 57. 












ANGLE 






% 


t 


Wa 


IX 


2 


m 


1.75 


2.25 


3.25 


4.25 


G.25 


12.00 


1.75 


2.25 


3.25 


4.25 


0.25 


12.00 


2tf 


Wz. 


m 


4M 


*% 


6^ 


*tf 


\% 


V6 


*% 


m 


8 xV 





Fig. 179. Fig. 339. 

FLANGE ENDS, SCREW ENDS. 

BOTH HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL, WITH ASBESTOS OR LEATHER DISC* 

Size .,„,,. ,..,.....-,-..., -.-.-.-.-.-.-....■ M % 1 1H \H 2 2}i 

Price, Fig. 179 6.25 7.85 10.25 15.50 25.00 E 

Distance Face to Face..... 5 5% 6^ 6% 8^ 

Diameter of Flanges 4 4% 5 6 7 

Price, Fig. 339, with Asbetos or Leather Disc 1.50 1.75 2.25 3.25 4.25 6 25 12,00 i 

Distance End to End 2% 8% %% 4^ 4# " h% G# 

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509 



HEAVY 

BRASS CHECK VALVES* 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 
Screwed Cap, Rotating Brass Disc, Screw EndSjr 




Fig. 180. 

Size U % H % 1 ?M *H 2 2% 

Price 2.50 2 30 2.60 3 00 4.00 5.75 7.50 1100 22.00 

Distance End to End 2% %% 2% %% %% -4 4% 5% 7>£ 

EXTRA HEAVY 

BRASS CHECK VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 
Screwed Cap, Rotating Brass Disc, Screw Ends. 




Fig. 181. 



*rice 5.00 5.85 



1 IX 

7.50 10.85 



Distance End to End 4 



4M 5K 



m 2 

14.20 20.75 
Vi 7M 



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510 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY CHECK VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 
Bolted Cap, Rotating Brass Disc. 




Fig. 90. 
SCREW ENDS. 



mi 




Fig. 91. 
FLANGE ENDS. 



Fig. 92. 
BELL ENDS. 



Size 2 2y 2 3 3)£ 4 4^ 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Price, Fig. 90 6.25 10.00 12.00 16.00 18.00 21.50 25.00 32.00 41.00 50.00 .... 104.00 li 

Distance End to End 5% 1% 8 9% 10 12 12 l%% 14y 2 15 .... 19% 

Size 2 2% 3 3^ 4 A% 5 6 7 8 10 12 14 

Price, Fig. 91. 6.25 10.00 12.00 16.00 18.00 21.50*25.00 32.00 41.00 50.00 .. 104.00 152.00 289.00 334.( 

Distance 

Face to Face 8% 8J4 8 9% 10^ 11^ 11^ 13% U% 15% .. 19% 22^ 25 

Diameter 

of Flanges.. 6 7 7>£ 8% 9 9}^ 10 n 12>£ 13^ ..16 19 21 



Size 

Price, Fig. 92 



Depth of Bell 

Distance End to End of 
Pipe when laid in Bell. . . 



2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

6.25 12.00 18.00 25.00 32.00 41.00 50.00 

2% 2% 3 3 3 3 3 

4 6% 8% 1Q% \\% \%% 12% 



10 12 14 16 

104.00 152.00 289.00 334.C 

3 3>| SH ZH 

17 20 1£ 23 



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511 



IRON BODY ANGLE CHECK VALVES. 



STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 



Bolted Cap, Rotating 
Brass Disc. 




Fig. 99. 
SCREW ENDS. 



10.00 



rice. Figs. 93 and 94 

Mstance Centre to Inlet or Out- 
let, Fig. 93 :.. 3% 

)istance Centre to Face, Fig. 94 4% 
)iaineter of Flanges, Fig. 94 7 










Fig 


94. 












FLANGE ENDS 






3K 


4 


4* 


5* 


G 


? 


e 


16.00 


18.00 




25.00 


32.00 


41.00 


5<M»0 




5 




6 
10 


11 




7 1 j 
13»| 




EXTRA HEAVY 

IRON BODY CHECK VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINCINC. 

Bolted Cap, Rotating 
Brass Disc. 



Fig. 191. 
SCREW ENDS. 



ize m 

rice. Fig. 191..... 16.00 

Distance End to End .... 9% 

Price, Fig. 192 19.50 

Distance Face to Face. . . §% 

Diameter of Flanges 1}4 



3 


3K 


4 


19.00 


26.50 


29.00 


9 


m 


14 


22.50 


30.00 


32.50 


11M 
9 


13M 
9 


14 
10 








FLANGE ENDS. 




5 


6 


7 


8 y 


10 


43.00 


56.00 


70.00 


85.00 .... 


132.00 


m 


16^ 


16M 


16^ .... 


24M 


46.00 


59.00 


73.00 


93.00 .... 


140.00 


If 4 


16i„ 
13 " 


16 W 

14 • 


l%% .... 
15 


24% 
1?K 



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512 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



IRON BODY BACK PRESSURE VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 
Boited Cap, Rotating Brass Disc. 




Fig. 95. 
SCREW ENDS. 

Size 2 %y % 3 %% 4 4^ 

Price 5.00 8.00 9.60 12.00 13.50 .... 

Distance End to End 5Jg 7% 8 9% 10 



18.00 23.50 29.50 38.00 
is \zy 9 \\y z 15 



10 1 
57.00 80.50 
19% 22^ 




Fig. 96. 
FLANGE ENDS. 

Size 2 2% 3 3^ 4 A% 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 14 10 

Price 5.00 8.00 9.60 12.00 13.50 .... 18.00 23.50 29.50 38.00 .... 57.00 80.50 180.00 250.00 

Face to Face 8% 834 8 $% ^ l A •••• H% 13% 14^ 15% .... 19% 2234 2r > 34 

Diameter of 
Flanges 6 7 1% 8% 9 .... 10 11 12^ 13% .... 16 19 21 23^ 

By reversing lever this Valve can be used as a Balanced Disc Automatic Relief Valve for Condensing 
Engines. It opens automatically and permits of free exhaust to the atmosphere without clattering of the 
Disc, and while closed by the pressure of the atmosphere on top of the Disc a vacuum may be maintained 
within the Valve and its connections. 

This Valve is also used in exhaust pipe between the Engine and Condenser to prevent the backward flow 
of water from the Condenser into the Engine. 

In ordering, state pressure and conditions under which Valves will be required to work. 

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513 




BRASS COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 

SCREW ENDS* 



Fig. 115. 



Siw u XXX i 

Price. Figs. 115 and 345.,.. 3.35 3.35 8.35 4.20 6.60 
Distance End to End 2% %% Z %% 4 



FLANGE ENDS. 





Fig. IIS 

Fig. 118 

Sire 1 1)4 \% T 

Price Figs. 116 and 346 10.50 12.50 14.50 26.00 

Distance Face to Face 5% $% 5% 1% 

Diameter of Flanges- 4 4>| 5 6 

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Fig. 346. 








Fig. S46 






%x 


3 Z% 4 


Vi 


5 


38.00 


49.00 69.50 90.00 





120.00 


fi 


934 l'Ofc 11^ 
1% *H » 




1»X 

10 



514 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




EXTRA HEAVY 

BRASS COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED 

SCREW ENDS 




Fig. 240. 








Fig. Sfl* 










Fig. 241. 

Fig. 


241. 






3.75 


% 

3.75 

3M 


3.75 


4.75 6.30 
i% 4& 


9.00 
5% 


11.60 
5^ 


2 

'18.00 
6# 


2K 
30. 0C 

8* 


3 

42.00 

8^ 


66.00 


4 


Price. Figs. 240 and 241 
Distance End to End 


82.50 




FLANGE ENDS. 



Fig. 347. 

Fig. 347 

Size ~"1 1M 1M 2~" ^ 2^ 

Price, Figs. 347 and 348 12.00 15.00 17.00 29.00 42.00 

Distance Face to Face 5% 5% 6^ 7% 9% 

Diameter of Flanges. . . . . 4^ 5 6 %% 1% 

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60.01 
10* 



76.50 
9 



8* 



_ 



- 



CRAWLFY & JOHNSTON. 



515 




IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 

SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 125. 




Size 

Price, Figs. 125 and 126. . 



% X % H % 1 IX l)f 8 m 3 %% 4 Vi 5 6 

.30 1.30 1.45 1.60 2 10 2.50 3.50 4.75 7.00 12 00 18.00 27.00 30.00 .... 45.00 60.00 



Distance End to End 2% 2% 2% 3 3% 4 4% 5^ '* 7 8% 8% *Vz ■ • ■ • HJi 14% 



FLANGE ENDS. 





Fig. 127. 

Fig. 127. 

Size 1 1M *K ^ 2^ 3 3^T 

Price. Figs. 127 and 128 2.50 3.50 4.75 7.00 12.00 18.00 27.00 

Distance Face to Face 5# 5% 5^ 7^ 8# 9fc. 10fc 

Dianietei of Flanges 4 4}£ 5 6 T • 7# 8# 

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Fig. 128. 






Fig. 128. 






4 4H 


5 


6 


30.00 .... 


45.00 


60.00 


"* :::: 


13% 
10 


16 
11 



516 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




HEAVY 

IRON COCKS- 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 

SCREW ENDS. 




% 250 








Pig. 250. 








Fig. 251. 

Fig. 251. 




Si2£ •*■ 


U 


% 


X 


% 1 1M 


1M 


2 


2K 


3 zy 2 


4 


Price, Figs. 250 and 251... 


1.50 


1.75 


2.00 


2.50 3.00 4.25 


5.75 


8.50 


14.50 


21.50 32.50 


36.00 


Distance End to End. . . . 


3M 


3M 


Z% 


Wz ±% 5% 
FLANGE ENDS. 


5% 


c^ 


8% 


8^ 9^ 

HHI 


n% 




Fig. 353. 

Pig, 869. 

Size ,. 1 \% \}i I 

Price, Figs. 353 and 354. 3.00 4.25 5.75 8.50 

Distance Face to Face 5% h% 6% 1% 

Diameter of Flanges 4^ 5 6 6*£ 

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Fig. 354. 






Fl*. «M. 




2K 


3 1% 


4 


14.50 


21.50 32.50 
10^ 11M 
9 9 


36.00 
10 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



517 




EXTRA HEAVY 

IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 

SCREW ENDS. 



Fig. 252. 



Size % % 

Price, Figs. 252 and 131 2.40 3.00 

Distance End to End , %% 1% 



1 
3.50 



1M 
5.00 

5% 




FLANGE ENDS 



Fig. 355. 

Fig. 366. 

Size. 1 1M l x / 2 2 ' 2y 2 

Price. Figs. 355 and 132 3.50 5.00 6.75 10.00 17.00 

Distance Face to Face '. 4^g 5% 6% 8 9)4 

Diameter of Flanges ±% 5 6 6* 7jJ 

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Fig. 132. 



3 

26.00 



11* 



38.00 
12% 



518 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 



Fig. 135. 
STOP AND WASTE-SCREW ENDS. 

Size ,. % % 1 iu iH 2 

Price, 

Fig. 135 .... 1.60 2.10 2.50 3.50 4.75 7.00 

Distance 

End to End 2% Z% 4 1% S% 6 




Size 

Price, 

Fig. 136 . 

Distance 

Fig. to End 4% Z}£ 

Diameter 

Flange 4 A% 



Fig. 136. 

ONE FLANGE END, ONE SCREW END. 
1 1M 1H 2 * l A 3 Z% 4 5 6 
2.50 3.50 4.75 7.00 12.00 18.00 27.00 30.00 45.00 60.00 
5^ 6K 1% %% »H 10K ™% «# 
5 6 7 1% 8X 9 10 11 




IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS 
PACKED. 

For 
Superheated Steam. 



Fig. 129. 
SCREW ENDS. 

Size 1 Ifc \% 2 2H 3 

Price, Fig. 129... 3.50 4.75 7.00 12.00 18.00 27.00 
Dist. End to End i% 4% 6 7 8^ 8% 




Price, Fig. 130 
Distance 
Face to Face . . 
Diain. Flanges. 



Fig. 130. 
FLANGE ENDS. 

1 \\ \% 2 zy 2 3 

3.50 4.75 7.00 12.00 18.00 27.00 



4U 5 6 



««. 1% 



iom 
9 



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519 




LUNKENHEIMER MEDIUM 
PATTERN REGRINDING VALVES. 



SCREW ENDS. 



BRASS. 



Globe Valve 

Size Inches 

Globe Valves, Brass. . . Each 
Angle Valves, Brass. Each 
Cross Valves, Brass. . . .Each 
Globe or Angle Valves, Fin- 
ished all over with Fin. Brass 

Wheel, Brass Each 

Cross Valves, Fin. all over \v. 
Fin. Brass Wheel, Brass, Each 



These valves are made in Globe, Angle or Cross Patterns, and are 
suitable for working pressures up to 200 pounds per square inch They 
are heavy in pattern, made of gun metal, well designed and very dur- 
able. When leak}-, the seat bearing can be reground and valve made 
tight and as good as new without removing valve body from con- 
necting pipes. All valves carefully tested and fully guaranteed. 

To Regrind, unscrew the union ring, take trimming from body 
and place a little powdered sand and soap on the disc. Insert a wire 
through hole in disc to secure it to the stem, then replace trimming 
and regrind, leaving the ring unscrewed so that the hub rotates in the 
body and guides the stem while regrinditu 




.70 



.70 
.70 
1.00 



Vs 



.85 
1.00 



J. 15 

115 
1.50 



1.45 
1.45 
2.00 



1 
2.00 
2.00 
2.70 



l'/4 

2 80 
2 80 
3.50 



IK 
3 90 
3.90 
5.10 



6.20 
6.20 
8.00 



12.00 
12.00 
16.00 



Angle Valve 
3 %% 

29.00 
29.00 
35.00 



16.50 
1650 
24.00 



42.00 
42.00 
50.00 



1.75 1.90 2.15 2.50 3.10 3.65 5.25 7.25 10.7 



• 2.40 2.60 2.90 3.30 4.20 4.90 7.00 9.70 14.30 29.30 44.70 



MEDIUM 



LUNKENHEIMER 
PATTERN REGRINDING CHECK VALVES. 





Horizontal Angle 

Check Valve. Check Valve. 

Size Inches 

Check Valves, Horiz. , Angle or Vertical. .Each 



H5 

Vertical 
Check Valve. 



SCREW ENDS. 

BRASS. 

These valves have been designed to 
overcome defects found in other makes. 
The discs are guided both top and bottom 
and will always seat properly and not 
stick or pound. Quick and positive in 
action. 



.60 



1 
1.55 



IV 
2.30 



LUNKENHEIMER IRON-BODY 
ANGLE BLOW-OFF VALVES. 

The Lunkenheimer Iron-Body Blow-off Valves are of heavy pat- 
tern, well made in every particular, and guaranteed for working 
pressures up to 250 pounds per square inch. All parts are made of 
iron, excepting the stem, disc lock nut, disc plug and seat ring, 
which are made of bronze, while the reversible bearing faces in the 
iron disc are filled with Babbitt metal. 

Reference to the sectional illustration will show that the disc is 
solid and fits closely in the barrel of the valve shell, so as to prevent 
scale and sediment from becoming entrapped on top of disc, thereby 
preventing it from being readily raised when necessary. The disc is 
reversible, having two valve or seating faces which can be changed 
at will, thereby increasing the durability and efficiency of the valve 
considerably. These valve or seating faces in the disc consist of 
dovetailed slots, which are filled with Babbitt metal, and when both 
are cut or worn out the old Babbitt metal can be melted out and new 
metal poured into the slots, and same can be faced off. thus renewing the principal wearing parts 
valve, and making same as efficient as a new one. The brass seat ring in the body of the valve can i 
renewed when cut or worn. 

Size Inches 2 s 2]/ z 

Screw Ends ; Each 13.50 18.20 

Screw and Flange Ends Each 14.40 19.20 

Flange Ends Each 15.00 20.00 




Sectional. 




3 

27.50 
28.60 
30.00 



520 



CRAWLEY. & JOHNSTON. 



LUNKENHEIMER REGRINDING RADIATOR VALVES. 






Fe-male Ends. 



Male and Female Ends. 



With, Union. 



Lunkenheimer Regrinding Radiator Valves are constructed on the same principle as their Regrinding Globe 
Valves. They make very neat and durable valves for radiators, can be reground when worn and cost less than 
composition disc valves. All radiator valves are provided with patent "Unbreakable" Wood Handles. 



Wood Wheel, T Handle or Lock Shield. 



Size..,., 
Fig. 420, 
Fig.. 420, 
Fig. 420, 
Fig. 420, 
Fig. 420, 
Fig. 421, 
Fig. 421, 
Fig. 421, 
Fig. 421, 
Fig. 421, 
Fig. 422, 
Fig. 422, 
Fig. 422, 
Fig. 422, 
Fig: 422, 




...... * Inches 

Rough Body • , Each 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated Trimmings Each 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated all oyer , Each 

Finished Body Each 

Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over . . .Each 

Rough Body .... Each 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated Trimmings. . . . Each 

Rough Body, Nickel Plated all over Each 

Finished Body . . . . Each 

Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over Each 

Rough Body, with Union Each 

Rough Body, Nickel Pl'd Trimmings, w. Union, Each 
Rough Body, Nickel Plated all over, with Union, Each 

Finished Body, with Union. , . . .Each 

Finished Body, Nickel Plated all over, w. Union, Each 

Keys for I<ock Shield Valves, 12 cents each net. 

When ordering Radiator Valves, always desig 
also if wanted with Wood Wheel, T Handle or I,ock 
ffed, valves will be sent with Wood Wheels. 



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1 


1^ 


VA 


2 


1.35 


1.60 


2.25 


3.25 


4.50 


7.00 


1.55 


1.85 


2.50 


3.50 


4.80 


7.50 


1.65 


1.95 


2.65 


3.70 


5.00 


7.75 


1.85 


2.15 


2.85 


4.00 


5.50 


8.50 


2.15 


2.50 


3.25 


4.45 


6.00 


9.25 


1.45 


1.70 


2.35 


3.35 


4.60 


7.10 


1.65 


1.95 


2.60 


3.60 


4.90 


7.60 


1.75 


2.05 


2.75 


3.80 


5.10 


7.85 


1.95 


2.25 


2.95 


4.10 


5.60 


8.60 


2.25 


2.60 


3.35 


4.55 


6.10 


9.35 


2.05 


2.45 


3.25 


4.50 


6.50 


10.00 


2.30 


2.75 


3.50 


4.85 


6.90 


10.50 


2.40 


2.85 


3.65 


5.05 


7.10 


10.85 


2.55. 


3.00 


3.85 


-5.25 


7.50 


11.50 


2.90 


3.40 


4.30 


5.80 


8.10 


12.35 


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Unless oth 


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Shield. 







LUNKENHEIMER 

DOUBLE-SEATED "CLIP" 

GATE VALVE. 

IRON BODY BRASS MOUNTED AND ALL IRON. 

For lOO Pounds Working Pressure. 

SCREW OR FLANGE ENDS. 

This valve is simple in construction, compact in design, strong, well 

made and very durable. The valve has a single disc, and being double 

seated takes pressure from either side. All bearing parts, i. e., stem, disc, 

seats and stuffing box, are made of bronze and the hub and body of iron. 

Screw Ends. Each valve is carefully tested and warranted in every respect. 

Size Inches % % 1 1% V/ z 2v .2% 3 S/ z 4 4y 2 

Sc°rew^nds raSS MOU Ea e ch} 1 - 50 1M 2M 3 - 50 5 - 00 7 ' 50 13 - 00 15 - 00 1800 20 - 00 23 :°° 

^^n^^^h}'". - •••• •••• 8;50 13 - 50 i6 ' 90 20 - 30 22r °° 2600 

All Iron, Screw Ends.. Ea. 1.50 1.90 2.50 3.50 5.00 7.50 12.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 23.00 
All Iron, Flange Ends, Ea , .,.. ..., .... 8.50 13.50 16.90 20.30 22.50 26.00 




Sectional. 
5 6 

25.00 30.00 

28.30 33.80 

25.00 30.00 
28.30 33.80 



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"HESTERBERG" BRASS VALVES. 



STANDARD PATTERN. 




GLOBE, ANGLE AND CHECK VALVES. 

Size Inches % H % V* % 1 IX 

Globe Valves each .72 .72 .77 1.00 1.26 1.80 2.52 

Angle Valves 4 . " .72 .72 .77 1.00 1.26 1.80 2.52 

Hov. Check Valves, " .65 .65 .70 .90 1.15 1.60 2.25 

Size Inches 1V 2 2 2H 3 SV 2 4 

Globe Valves .....each 3.50 5.30 10.00 14.40 26.50 36.00 

Angle Valves " 3.50 5.30 10.00 14.40 26.50 36.00 

Hov. Check Valves.. " 3.15 4.75 9.0C 13.00 24.00 32.50 




RADIATOR VALVES. 

JENKINS DISC. STEAM METAL. 

PLAIN. 




WOOD OR TEE HANDLE 

Size Inches X 2£ 1 

Rough Body Plain each 2.00 2.50 3.20 

" N. P. Trim'gs.. M 2.25 2.70 3.50 

" N. P. all over . • " 2.50 2.85 3.65 

Finished all over " 2.50 3.05 3.80 

and N.P. all over.. " 3.00 3.40 4.25 



WITH UNION. 

Size ..Inches X- • X 1 

Rough Body Plain each 2.75 3.50 4.30 

" N.P. Trim'gs.. " 3.00 3.75 4.65 

44 N.P. all over . " 3.20 3.80 4.75 

Finished all over 44 3.25 4.05 4.80 

and N.P. all over.. 44 3.70 4.35 5.40 



m 

4.50 
4.75 
4.90 
5.25 
5.65 



IK « 
5.85 

6.25 
6.40 



V/2 

6.25 
6.50 
6.75 
7.25 



7.75 

8.00 
8.10 



7.15 9.10 



2 

10.50 
10.75 
11.00 
12.00 
12.50 



12.60 
12.85 
13.10 
14.10 
14.60 



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BRASS GATE VALVES. 



STANDARD 


PATTERN. 






i 


STEAM METAL. 


Size 

Each 


. Inches 


1.00 


% 
1.00 


V2 

1.20 


% 1 

1.75 2.50 


Size 

Each <.. 


Inches. 


1H 

3.50 


IK 

5.00 


2 

7.50 


2K 3 
14.00 20.00 



ALL VALVES ARE CAREFULLY TESTED. 



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'HESTERBERG" IRON BODY VALVES. 

• LOBE AND ANGLE VALVES WITH YOKE 

Size Inches 2 2% 3 %% 4 4V S 

Screw End : ....Each 7.00 9.00 12.50 15.25 19.00 24.00 27.00 
Flanged " 8.60 10.75 15.00 18.50 22.50 27.50 3L.0U 

Size Inches 6 7 8 10 12 14 16 

Screw End .Each 87.50 63.00 72.00 114.00 170.00 

Flanged " 42.00 68.00 77.00 123.00 187.00 350.00 475.00 

BRASS MOUNTED. 

Size Inches * 1 1H l x A 2 2% 3 

Screw End Each 2.25 2.75 3.50 5.40 7.35 9.80 

Flanged " 3.25 3.85 4.80 7.00 9.00 12.50 

DOUBLE DISC" GATE VALVES. 

SCREWED. 

Size Inches 2 2% 3 3H 4 

Each 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 23.00 

Size Inches 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Each 25.00 30.00 43.00 53.00 60.00 70.00 95.00 

FLANGED. 

Size ......Inches 2 2% 3 V/% 4 4H 5 

Each 10.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 20.00 23.00 25.00 30.00 

Size Inches 7 8 9 10 12 14 16 

Each 40.00 50.00 57.00 65.00 90.00 150.00 200.00 




"BLOW-OFF" GATE VALVES. 

This valve is especially designed for Blow-off. Made from heavy pattern, 
strong- in all its working- parts. Socket of the valve can be cleaned while under 
pressure by opening the door at bottom of valve. 

They are used in Sugar Mills, Paper Mills, Breweries, Water Works, or any 
place where sediment or dirt lodges in pipes or valves. 




Size Inches 

Screw End . . Each 
Flanged. Each 



2 


2V 2 


3 


VA 


4 


10.50 


42.30 


14.75 


20.00 


22. 51 


10.50 


12.30 


14.75 


20.00 


22.5C 






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POWELL'S PATENT IMPROVED 

Regrinding Valves. 



STAR, GLOBE, 
ANGLE MP CHECK. 



HYDRAULIC 
GLOBE and CHECK. 




STANDARD 

For pressures 
up to 175 lbs. 

EXTRA HEAVY 

For pressures 
up to 350 lbs. 




The Re=Grlnding Arrangement 
Complete in Each Valve. 
One inch size and up. 



Tested to 2000 pounds. If Valves 
are wanted for a higher pres- 
sure than 800 pounds please 
state, as opening through seat 
is made to suit pressure. 



PRICE LIST. 



5ize, Inches. 



Star Globe and Angle Valves. 

'• Check Valves 

" Extra Heavy Globe and Angle. 

11 " " Check Valves. 

11 Hydraulic Globe Valves. 

Check Valves. 



V% K I H I % I Y* I 1 iK I 154 



$0 80 
70 



$0 85 : 
70 1 
1 35 
1 25 



90 $1 20 $1 55 $2 00 
95 1 20 1 65 
1 801 2 40 3 50 
1 60 2 151 3 10 
7 00 7 00! 9 00 
6 00 6 00 8 00 



1 50 
1 40 



$ 3 00;$ 4 00 



2 50 

4 90 

4 40 
13 00 
11 00 



3 25 
7 00 
6 20 

20 00 
17 00 



5 6 5li 
5 00 

10 50 
9 50 



2% 



$12 50 
11 00 
17 50 
16 00 



$19 00 
15 00 
27 70 
25 00 



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POWELL'S 

"TITAN" 

THROTTLE VALVE 




GATE VALVE 



RISING 
" STEM. 



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HOSE VALVE. 




PRIGS LIST-Brass. 



Size Inches I 



Titan Throttle Valve. . .Brass 

U.S. 

Standard Gate Valve.... " 

Hose Valve, Chicago Pattern 



u 



$1 25 



$1 25 



$2 50 m 00 

1 60 1 
1 30 1 75 



$4 00 
2 50 

2 50 

3 15 



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$5 00 
3 50 
3 50 
3 70 



$7 00 
5 00 
5 00 
4 



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$10 001819 
7 50 1 13 
7 50 14 

7 00 1 8 



00 $29 00 
50 19 00 
00 20 00 

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PRICE LIST-Iron Body Throttle Yalves. 



Size 


Inches 


o 


2% 


3 | sy 2 


4 I 4% 


5 | 6 1 8 


TJ. S 


$ 7 00 
13 00 


112 00 
16 00 


515 00 $18 00 
20 001 25 00 


$21 00 $25 00 
SO 00 1 


$30 00 &J5 00 $65 00 
85 001 40 0()l 


Titan 



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Brass. 

vSize Inches y 2 % 1 \% iy 2 

Brass Body .. Each 1.60 1.80 2.50 3.50 5.00 
Iron Body Brass \ 
Mounted Each / 



LUNKENHEIMER 
"HANDY" GATE VALVES. 

(patented.) 
Brass, Iron Body Brass Mounted and All Iron. 

The discs are secured to the operating stem and adapted to close 
against tapering seats in the valve shell, and being provided with ball- 
and-socket bearings at their backs are evenly wedged against the seats 
when the valve is closed by the lever. This is the only practical waj to 
construct lever quick-opening valves, as has been found out alter }'earsof 
actual experience. The discs make a tight joint, will not jar open, are 
under perfect control of the detachable lever and will remain intact at 
any desired opening. Unequaled for pressures not exceeding 75 pounds. 

Screw Ends only, not Made with Flange Ends. 



2 2V 2 3 S% 4 \y 2 
.50 13.50 19.00 40.00 60.00 




7.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 21.00 25.00 30.00 



All Iron Each 



3.40 4.00 4.50 6.00 7.00 12.00 15.00 18.00 21.00 25.00 30.00 




LUNKENHEIMER 
LEVER THROTTLE VALVES. 

(r-ATENTED.) 

For 175 Lbs. Working Pressure. 

This valve is especially adapted as a "Throttle" for traction engines, 
saw mills, etc , and wherever a compact, simple, durable and reliable 
quick opening valve is wanted.. It may be operated by the handle or rod 
attachment, and is so balanced that it can be set at any desired opening. It 
is constructed of few parts, and therefore will not get out of order. The 
di»es being loose and provided with ball-and-socket bearings, wear evenly 
and make a tight joint. The only practical manner in which to construct 
lever quick-opening valves is to wedge the discs between tapering seats in 
the valve shell by means of a ball-and-socket bearing between them. All 
valves are thoroughly tested before leaving the factory. 

Brass Body. BRASS-Screw Ends Only, not Made with Flange Ends. 

Size Inches V 1 \y \y z 

Brass Body Each 3.00 4.00 5.00 7.00 

IRON— Brass Mounted. 

Size .Inches 2y 2 3 S/ 2 4 

Iron Body Brass Mounted, Each 16.00 20.00 25.00 30.00 




Iron Body 
Brass Mounted. 



19.00 



5 
35.00 



6 

40.00 



LUNKENHEIMER IRON BODY CROSS SAFETY 
VALVES. 



BRASS MOUNTED. 

jg. K EXTRA QUALITY. r g t 

VwSS ^BLrJHF SCREW OR 

^**^fi ^BB^ FLANGE ENDS. 

^P§ Screw Ends. 

Iron Body Cross Safety Valves. Screw Ends. 

Size Inches 1 \% \% 2 2}< 3 Sy 

Cross Safety Valves, Screw Ends, Each 4.00 5.00 5.80 7.80 13.25 17.25 23.00 

Ball Weights for above Pounds 8 10 15 20 30 40 50 

Iron Body Cross Safety Valves. Flange Ends. 

Size Inches 2 2/ 2 3 3K 4 

Cross Safety Valves, Flange Ends, Each 10.25 16.00 21.50 27.50 34.00 

Ball Weights for above Pounds 20 30 .40 50 70 





Flange Ends. 



28.75 34.50 41.50 



48.00 
100 



6 
65.00 
140 



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Lunkenheimer 

ANGLE and 

CROSS SAFETY 

VALVES. 

SCREW ENDS. BRASS. 

Angle Safety Valve.. 

Size Inches }& y z % 1 1 

Angle or Cross Safety Valves, Each 2.50 3.25 3.90 4.70 7.15' 9.00 12.50 22.50 33.00 
Ball Weights for above Pounds 3 S 5 8 10 i5 20 30 40 




Cross Safety Valve. 
1% 2 2% 3 



LUNKENHEIMER POP SAFETY VALVES, 

Iron Body Brass Mounted. 
For Marine or Stationary Boilers. 






Sorew Ends. Sectional. Flange Ends. 

It is not necessary to change the pressure adjustment when testing the boiler, as the lock screw H can be 
removed and a long set screw of the same size inserted and screwed down upon the valve stem holding disc to its 
seat while pressure is being applied to boiler. As soon as test is over the set screw can be removed and valve 
will again be as efficient as ever. The spring and disc are encased and action of valve can not be affected bv back 
pressure in case discharge pipe is cramped or muffled. 

For Marine purposes we furnish these valves with flanges at both side and bottom, and for stationary boilers 
with both ends screwed, or flanged at bottom and screwed at side. We can make these valves iron body brass 
mounted or entirely of gun metal and with nickel seats if required. Prices on valves of this pattern made of 
gun metal or iron body with nickel seats furnished upon application. In ordering, state plainly size of valve 
required, pressure at which it is to be set to blow off, whether wanted with flanged, screwed, or screw r and flange 
ends and with straight or side lever. When not otherwise specified all orders will be filled with iron body valves 
with brass mountings, screw ends, side lever and set at 100 lbs. Full directions for operating and attaching arc 
sent with each valve. 

Size Inches 2 2 J4 3 3^4 4^ 5 

vScrew Ends Each 22.00 32.00 40.00 56,00 72.00 84.00 100.00 1:40.00 

Flange Ends Each 22.00 32.00 40.00 56.00 72.00 84.00 100.00 120.00 



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LUNKENHEIMER 
IMPROVED POP SAFETY VALVES. 

For Stationary, Portable and Marine 
Steam Boilers. 

TOP OR ANGLE OUTLET. BRASS. 



Top Outlet. 



Lunkenheimer Pop Safety Valves are heavy, made of the very 
best of materials, well finished in every way -and have large springs, 
insuring great durability They are simple in construction, thus 
making it impossible for them to get out of order and warranted to 
be reliable, accurate and of the very highest quality. They have 
full relieving capacity, are very sensitive and admit of being finely 
adjusted. All valves are provided with a lock-key attachment to 
guard against their being tampered with and adjustments of pop 
lip and pressure can be made from the outside of valve without 
taking it apart. 



Size ripe Inches Y% y z % 1 1 % 

Brass, Top Outlet Each 5.50 6.00 6.50 7.50 9.00 

Brass, Angle Outlet Each 6.00 G.50 7.00 8.20 -> 80 



1 l 2 

11.50 
12.40 




Angle Outlet. 



18.00 28.00 
19.50 30.00 



38.00 

41.00 



LUNKENHEIMER 
PLAIN PATTERN POP SAFETY VALVES. 

IRON BODY BRASS MOUNTED. 

This valve has been designed to meet the demand for a ser- 
viceable low-priced valve and will be found satisfactory in every 
particular. 

The spring is of the best quality steel, carefully wound and 
tempered, and rests upon ball-and-socket plates at top and bot- 
tom, so that the pressure is equally divided on the disc, and can 
not get out of line. 

The pop lip can be adjusted, also the pressure-regulating nut, 
without taking the valve apart. 

The seat and disc are made of the best bronze composition, 
which insures durability, and, where required, we can furnish 
these valves with nickel seats. 

All valves have lock attachment, so as to prevent the pressure 
setting from being tampered with. Full directions for attaching 
and operating are sent with each valve. 
bcrew Ends. An patterns of Limkenheimer Pop Safety Valves have been Flange Ends, 

approved by the Board of Supervising Inspectors of Steam Ves- 
sels for Marine Service at the highest rating, i. e. , one square inch of valve area to every three square fett of 
grate surface of boilers. 

In ordering, state plainly size of valve required, pressure at which it is to be set to blow off, whether wanted 
with flange, screw, or screw and flange ends, and with straight or side lever. When not otherwise specified, all 
orders will be filled with iron-body valves with bronze mountings, screw ends, side lever, and set at 100 pounds. 

Size Inches 2 2^ 3 3>£ 4 4!< 5 t3 

Screw Ends Each 22.00 32.00 40.00 56.00 72.00 84.00 100.00 120.00 

Flange Ends Each 22.00 32.00 40.00 56.00 72.00 84.00 100.00 120.00 

Suitable for Boilers H. P. 50 70 100 125 150 175 200 300 





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JENKINS BROS. BRASS VALVES, 

GLOBE, ANGLE AND CROSS. 
Screwed and Flanged. 






GLOBE SCREWED 



ANGLE SCREWED. GLOBE FLANGED 



Size H V* % H H 1 \\i l l 4 2 2H 3 

Brass Globe and Angle Valves, screwed... 1.13 1.10 1.25 J. 60 2.20 2.80 4.00 5.50 8.75 15.7b 22.00 

flanged . 3.50 4.00 4. CO 5.00 6.00 9.00 11.00 16.50 25.00 34.00 

Brass Cross Valves, screwed 1.70 2.00 2.25 2.50 3 25 4.75 6.25 9.50 20.00 27.50 

flanged , 8.64 11.45 15.10 22.70 32.82 44.30 

Brass Hose End Globe and Angle Valves 3.30 4.70 6.50 9 90 17.10 23.35 



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JENKINS BROS. IRON BODY VALVES. 



GLOBE. ANGLE AND CROSS. 






GLOBE B H. 
SCREWED. 



ANGLE WITH YOKE, 
FLANGED. 



GLOBE, WITH YOKE 
SCREWED. 



% 1 \\i V/i 2 2^ 3 3K ± ±X 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 

Slobe and Angle Valves : 

Brass Hub, screwed.. 2.75 2.85 3.85 5.00 7.25 11.00 16.00 

flanged 8.50 13.00 18.00 

With Yoke, screwed 10.00 12.00 16.75 19.50 24. 00 32.00 10.00 48.00 80.00 90.00 121.00 130.00 185. 0C 

M flanged 11.75 14.00 18.50 21.50 26.00 34.00 42.03 50.00 80.00 90.00 121.00 130.00 185.00 

>oss Valves, screwed 16. (X) 21.00 26.00 30.00 42.00 45.00 58.00 

" flanged 10.00 24.00 29.00 33.00 45.00 48.00 62.00 



Slobe and Angle Valves, with Yoke, flanged. 



334.00 400.00 540.00 620.00 



24 
1260.00 



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JENKINS BROS. Y OR BLOW-OFF VALVE. 



BRASS AND IRON BODY. 





BRASS, SCREWED. 



IRON BODY, FLANGED. 



Size 

Bras?, screwed 

" flanged 

Iron Bcdy, screwed. 
" flanged... 



Y % U 1 Ik V4 2 2 J* 3 SH 4 5 6 

2.00 3.00 4.00 5.00 6.50 9.25 18.00 25.00 

8.64 10.73 12.93 19.41 28.05 36.68 

10.40 14.80 20.00 28.00 35.00 58.80 70.00 115.00 

12.40 17.40 23.00 31.00 38.40 64.00 70.00 115.00 



Iron Rnriv Y ViIvps flnn^l ' Wameterof flan^ 6 7 7H 8K 9 10 11 13*2 

li on Bod} Y V alves, flanged, j Fa£je to faoe ^ rtangeS 8 y 2 n Vl% 15 u 1Q % n % 2 3>, 



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JENKINS BROS. CHECK VALVES. 



BRASS AND IRON BODY 





BRASS, HORIZONTAL 
SCREWED. 



BRASS, ANGLE, 

SCREWED, 




BRASS, VERTICAL 
SCREWED, 



Size, If % H X 1 IK i« 3 2H 

Brass, Horizontal, Angle, and Vertical, srewed. 110 1.20 1.30 1.90 2.60 3.60 & 00 7.50 13 50 Z0.5I 
'• '* tlanged 4./5 6 50 7 &0 9.80 15.00 22.8fi 32 M 




IRON BODY, HORIZONTAL, 
SCREWED. 




IRON BODY, HORIZONTAL 
FLANGED. 



2U 3 3}fi 4 5 



Iron Body Check, screwed, Horizontal, Angle, and Vertical. 
* M • Ranged, u w .. 



... 10.50 11.10 17.00 20.00 30.00 -M.00 
.. 12.50 16. .50 20 00 83 00 33.00 13.00 



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THE TRIUMPH STEEL AMMONIA VALVES 




SIZE, inches % % 

NUMBER. 201 202 

Face to Face, inches 4 l / 2 4% 

Height, inches. . 7% 7f£ 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches 2% 2y& 

No. Bolts 4 4 

Size Bolts, inches % x / 2 

length Bolts inches 2 2 

Price, complete $8 00 9 00 

SIZE, inches V/ 2 3 

NUMBER 207 208 

Face to Face, inches 12f4 14 

Height, inches 17 22^ 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches 5% 6 

No. Bolts 8 8 

Size Bolts, inches % % 

length Bolts, inches %y A 3^ 

Price, complete ,... $40 00 48 00 

Add 15 per cent, to price for odd sizes. 

In ordering please use Number in heavy type. 



1 


IK 


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204 


205 


206 


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8% 


9% 


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11 80 


14 50 


19 00 


23 00 


3^ 


4 


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6 


209 


210 


2fl 


2 12 


17 


18K 


22 


26 


23 


23^ 


27 


32 


m 


7K 


B% 


9% 


12 


12 


16 


16 


% 


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% 


3 A 


sy 2 


m 


4 


4* 


83 80 


96 30 


110 00 


130 00 






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533 



THE TRIUMPH STEEL AMMONIA VALVES, 




ANGLE. 

SIZE, inches */ V 2 

NUMBER 220 221 

Face to Face, inches 2% V/% 

Height, inches 8% 8^ 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches ->y$ 2y& 

No. Bolts J 4 

Size Bolts, inches % }+ 

length Bolts, inches 2 " 2 

Price, complete $7 00 8.0 

SIZE, inches 2% * 3 

NUMBER 226 227 

Face to Face, inches 5 5 

Height, inches 16 19^ 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches by, 6 

No. Bolts 8 8 

Size Bolts, inches % y± 

Length Bolts, inches 3}J 3j| 

Price, complete $32 00 42 00 

In ordering please use number in heavy type. 

Add 15 per cent, to price for odd sizes. 



1 


223 


IK 


2 


222 


224 


225 


2% 


%% 


4 


4 


10 


W 


12 


14 


3/ 8 


-h 


4 


J 5 8 


4 


8 


8 


8 


H 


V* 


l A 


>s 


W 


?y* 


zy 2 


2y 2 


10 00 


.13 ) 


17 00 


2 J U0 


sy 2 


1 


5 





228 


229 


230 


231 


0/ 


' V/2 


9 


10 


223/ 


24% 


20 


31 


OK 


~K 


sy 2 


w 


12 

H 


12 

X 


16 

H 


li) 


sy z 


m 


4 


m 


70 50 


78 40 


92 00 


110 00 



534 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 





THE TRIUMPH 
MACHINERY 



STEEL VALVES. 



FOR AMMONIA. 



GLOBE. 

SIZE, inches }{ y z 1 

NUMBER 240 241 242 

PRICE $3 00 10 00 II 00 

ANGLE. 

SIZE, inches % y 2 1 

NUMBER 260 261 262 

PRICE $8 00 9 00 12 00 

CROSS. 

SIZE, inches % l / 2 1 

NUMBER 280 281 282 

PRICE $8 50 9 50 13 00 

Add 15 percent, for odd sizes. 

In ordering please use number in heavy type. 



FLANGED 

COMBINATION 

STOP-COCK 

AND EXPANSION 

VALVE. 



SIZE, Inches # % 1 

NUMBER 340 34 1 342 

PRICE $30 00 35 00 54 00 



1* 
243 

21 00 



IK 
263 

18 00 



1* 
283 

20 CO 



IK 

244 

21 (0 



IX 

264 

21 00 



284 
22 00 



2 
245 
30 00 



2 
265 

26 00 



2 
285 

28 00 




Itf 


\% 


2 


3ft 


343 


344 


345 


346 


70 00 


80 00 


100 00 


125 00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



535 



AMMONIA 

IRON GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINGS. 
Screwed Hub. 





Fig. 105. 
SCREW ENDS— COUNTERBORED. 



iize M % 

Price, Fig. 105 3.00 3.00 

Distance End to End Z% %% 

Depth of Counterbore T 8 y T \ 

Diameter of Counterbore H 1^ 

Size H H 

Price, Fig. 231 4.00 4.00 

Distance End to End of Body 3% 3% 

Depth of Counterbore & U 

Diameter of Counterbore l T V l A 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



Fig. 231. 








CLAND 


ENDS. 








Vi 


H 


i 


1M 


iH 


3.00 


3.60 


4.20 


5.10 


6.00 


3% 

4 


3K 

H8 


if* 


t 

** 


5 ' 

u 

2H 


% 


% 


l 


1M 


1M 


4.00 


4.80 


5.55 


6.60 


7.65 


3^ 

M 


3^ 

A 

m 


4% 

4 


4^ 


*% 
4 



535 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



AMMONIA 

IRON GATE VALVES. 

RENEWABLE SEAT RINGS. 
Bolted Bonnet. 







Fig. 230. Fig. 232. 

SCREW ENDS-COUNTERBORED. GLAND ENDS. 

Size... „.„.„. ............. 2 2^ ! 

Price, Fig. 230.... 8.50 12.00 14.50 

Distance End to End ;.... ■. 6 $% 10% 

I}epth of Counterbore T 5 « % % 

Diameter of Counterbore , 2|| $\\ 4/, 

Size 2 2% 3 

Price, Fig.232. ,..*........... .-. 10.45 16.20 20.50 

Distance End to End of Body , ,...•>. 6^ 9^ 11 

Depth of Counterbore > T T T A U 

Diameter of Counterbore . ,.; 8 T » C 3fJ 4# 

In Fig. 232, 2%-inch and 8-inch sizes have four bolts in gland. 
Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



537 



AMMONIA 

IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS PACKED. 
Screw and Counterbored Ends. 




Fig. W2J4 

Size ,. >4 

Price 1 . 40 

Distance End to End 31^ 

Depth of Counterbore T » T 

Diameter of Counterbore '. |» 



% 


Vz 


% 


1 


1M 


1* 


1.50 


1.60 


2.10 


2.50 


3.50 


4.75 


A 


3% 

A 


4Va 


Jf 


5 £ 


5^ 


1A 


1* 


Itf 


W 


*A 


^H 



4 




Fig. 254. 

Siz e 2% 

Pnce 12.00 

Distance End to End 7a£ 

Depth of Counterbore % 

Diameter of Counterbore 3J£ 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on applicatioo. 



3 


3% 


4 


18.00 


27.00 


30.00 


10 

% - 
4A 


10^ 
5A 


13% 

4 



538 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



AMMONIA 

IRON COCKS. 

VULCANIZED ASBESTOS PACKED, 
GLAND ENDS. 




Fig. 142- 

Size % 

Price , 2. 10 

Distance End to End of Body Z% 

Depth of Counterbore fa 

Diameter of Counterbore , 1 T V 



% 


% 


X 


l 


IK 


IK 


2.25 


2.45 


3'. 10 


3.65 


4.75 


6.10 


3% 
1* 


1ft" 


4M 

41 


*% 
4 


5^ 
8 ft 


6M 




Fig. 260. 

Size , 2% 

Price . 15:50 

Distance End to End of Body : 8^ 

Depth of Counterbore f* 

Diameter of Coifnterbore ' 3|$ 

Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



23.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



f>39 




AMMONIA 

IRON CHECK VALVES. 

STRAIGHTWAY SWINGING. 

Rotating Disc, Screw Ends, 
Counterbored. 



Fig. 97. 
SCREWED CAP. 

Size H % 

Price, Fig. 97 1.95 2.10 

Distance End to End 4 4% 

Price, Fig. 197 

Distance End to End ...» 








F.g. 


197. 






BOLTED CAP. 


1 


1H 


I 1 .' 


2 2 l 2 


2.25 


2. 75 


3.50 


4.25 


m 


6 


6% 


7>4 

4.25 9.50 
5 1% 



GLAND ENDS, 





Fig. 98. Fig. 198. 

SCREWED CAP. BOLTED CAP. 

Size % % 1 1M \% 2 

Price, Fig. ?8 2.80 3.10 3.40 4.00 4.85 5.90 

Distance End to End of Body 4% 5; 8 6^ 6% 7& 1% 

Price, Fig. 198 5.90 

Distance End to End of Bcrdy 1 x / 2 

Fig. 198, 2-inch size has two bolts in gland. 
Complete Valve Catalogue sent on application. 



13.00 17.00 
8M *% 



540 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




THE TRIUMPH 

STEEL 

AMMONIA FITTINGS. 



CROSSES. 



SIZE, Inches 

NUMBER 

Face to Face, inches 

Size Bolts, inches 

No. Bolts 

length Bolts, inches 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches. 
Price, complete 



SIZE, inches 

NUMBER 

Face to Face, inches 

Size Bolts, inches 

No. Bolts . . 

I^ength Bolts, inches 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches 
Price, complete 



320 

4 

y 2 

8 

2 

$1 00 

2% 
326 

9 H 

16* 

$19 20 



321 

4 

y 2 

8 
2 

2% 
4 50 

3 
327 

10 

X 

16 
3K 
6 

22 90 



ELBOWS. 



1 
322 

% 

8 
2 

3/ 8 
5 10 



1# 
323 

6 

h 

16 

m 

7 20 



328 

12 

24 

¥4 

33 30 



324 

8 

^8 

16 
4 



4 
329 

13 

% 
24 
4 

7 K 

37 80 



2 
325 

8 

^8 

16 

4^ 
12 6C 

5 
330 

18 

32^ 

4 

8^ 
48 CC 



SIZE, inches 

NUMBER 

Face to Face, inches 

Center to Face, inches. 

Size Bolts, inches 

No. Bolts . . 
length Bolts, inches . 
Diam. Bolt Circle, inch. 
Price, complete $3 50 

SIZE, inches 2% 

NUMBER 306 

Face to Face, inches . 9% 
Center to Face, inches. 4% 

Size Bolts, inches 

No. Bolts 12 

length Bolts, inches . Z% 
Diam. Bolt Circle, inch. h% 
Price, complete $14 30 18 20 25 70 

Add 15 per cent, to price for odd sizes. 

In ordering please use Number in heavy type. 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



541 



THE TRIUMPH STEEL AMMONIA FITTINGS. 




ELBOWS. 

SIZE, inches # l / 2 1 \% 

NUMBER 34 341 342 343 

Center to Face, inch. 2y 8 2% 2y 8 3H 
vSize Bolts, inches... Vz Vz l A Vz 

No. Bolts 4 4 4 8 

Length Eolts. inches. 2 2 2 iy 2 

Dia. Bolt Circle, inch. 2% 2y 8 W& 3~y 8 

Price, complete .... $2 50 2 50 3 60 4.0 



IX 2 
344 345 



2K 
4 
5 90 



3* 
7 20 



vSIZE, inches 2 l / 2 

NUMBER 343 

Center to Face, inch . 4.% 5 
Size Bolts, inches ... % K 

No. Bolts 8 8 

Eength Eolts, inches 3J< 3% 
Dia. Bolt Circle, inch. 1% 



3 %% 4 5 6 
347 348 349 350 351 



m 
m 



12 

4 



9 

16 
4 

sy 2 



10 

16 

9H 



Price, complete . . $10 20 14 00 19 00 25 00 30 00 36 l0 



RETURN BENDS. 

KE, inches. iy \y V/ x iy 2 

:ENTER, inches ... 3 4 5 6 4 

DUMBER 380 381 382 383 384 

So. Bolts .2 2 4 4 2 

^ength Bolts, inches . 2% 2% 2 J < 2 l / 2 2 

So. Scuds .2 2 . " 2 

length Stud, inches.. 5^ ^K ■ 7^ 

size, inches f s $? ^3 Vz 

height per Pr., inch . 5K &H 7^ 8^ 8# 

length per Pr., inch . b}< hy 8 b J A by 2 G-% 

Width per Pr., inch .4 4 4 4 5 

?rice per pair $3 80 4 L0 5i0 5 50 5 00 

SIZE, inches 9 2 2 2 

:ENTER, inches 5 6 7 8 

DUMBER 383 386 387 388 

So. Bolts 2 4 4 4 

^ength Bolts, inches.. 2% 2K 2K ty\ 
So. Studs .2 
>ngth Studs, inches 5 

size, inches - ; y 8 y 8 y 8 

height per Pr., inches 9& 10# 11 K 12# 

^ength per Pr., inches 6% 0^ 6% 6% 

Width per Pr., inches. 5 iy 8 Wz 4H 

Price per Pair $0 50 7 00 7 50 8 00 

Add 15 per cent, to price for odd sizes. 

In ordering please use Number in heavy type. 




PRICES 

OF SOLID RETURN BENDS 

ON APPLICATION. 



542 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



THE TRIUMPH STEEL AMMONIA FLANGES. 





DROP FORGED STEEL FLANGES. 



SIZE, inches 

NUMBER 

Height, inches 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches . 

No. Bolts 

Size Bolts, inches 

length Bolts, inches 

Price, complete 



SIZE, inches 

NUMBER 

Height, inches 

Diameter Bolt Circle, inches 

No. Bolts 

Size Bolts, inches 

Iyength Bolts, inches 

Price, complete . 

Add 15 per cent, to price for odd sizes. 

In ordering please use Number in heavy type 



M 


% 


1 


IK 


IH 


2 


3G0 


361 


362 


363 


364 


365 


sy 2 


zy 2 


4^8 


m 


5 l A 


6 


m 


m 


3/8 


3% 


4 


4^8 


2 


2 


2 


4 


4 


4 


% 


% 


5 A 


% 


5 A 


5 A 


w 


Wa 


iv* 


2 


2 l A 


2y 2 


$1 20 


1 30 


1 60 


1 90 


2 20 


2 80 


m 


3 


V/2 


4 


5 


6 


366 


367 


368 


369 


370 


37 1 


7 


7^8 


8^8 


8% 


m 


im 


5^8 


6 


6fc 


~% 


W* 


9^ 


4 

Va 


4 


6 


6 


8 


8 


Z l A 


Wa 


4 


4 


4 l A 


5 


$4 50 


5 t>0 


7 90 


8 20 


10 00 


12 00 



HEADERS-AMMONIA 




These Headers are all made of double, extra heavy wrought-iron pipe. Ends are 
closed with machine steel plugs or welded. All nipples are screwed and soldered into 
same. Each hole is recessed so that there are no threads exposed whatever. Guaranteed 
to be the best constructed Header made. 

Prices of Screwed Fittings on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



543 



THE TRIUMPH BRINE AGITATOR. 




The Propeller, as shown in the above cut, has shaft propeller made of the best 
Bronze metal, with three bearings fitted with ring oilers. Bearings are of double-brace 
make. The Propeller is used to agitate brine ; it is operated by small engine or electric 
motor, and takes the place of brine-circulating pump. Propeller can be operated at one- 
third the cost of either duplex or centrifugal pump, and is a much better Agitator. 

THE TRIUMPH AUTOMATIC ICE DUMP. 




This Automatic Ice Dump is so constructed that when the same is tilted the three- 
way valve turns on the water, which comes in contact with all sides as well as the bottom 
of the can. The valves are so regulated that the bottom of the can will receive the most 
water, thereby melting the ice away from bottom of can, when the cake will fall on side 
of can, and with the aid of the air that rushes in over top of cake, will slide out and into 
storage room. 

This Dump is guaranteed to be the most practical on the market. 



544 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



POWELL'S PATENT 
CLASS "A" 



POWELL'S PATENT 
CRESCENT 



Plain Star Sight "Up-Feed" Sight "Up-Feed 

LUBRICATOR. LUBRICATOR. LUBRICATOR 



DOUBLE CONNECTION. 



SINGLE CONNECTION. 

Fig. 488. 




Handsome Patterns. Neat Designs. 

Never fail to operate. Guaranteed to please the most exacting, 



This "Lubricator is con- 
structed to attach either to 
a vertical steam pipe at the 
side as shown, or by the use 
of an elbow and nipple can 
be attached to horizontal 
pipe or directly onto the 
steam chest. 



PRICE LISTS. 



PLAIN LUBRICATOR, Diam Body 

Size of Shank, Pipe Thread 

Price, Bach . . _. 



I 1 
I $2 00 



$2 20 



n 

P2 40 



IK 

$2 60 



$3 25 I $3 75 



CLASS "A" Star Lubricator, Capacity \y 3 pt. 

Price, Each Finished !$5 60 

" ....... Nickel Plated 6 25 



2 

$2 90 _ 

% pt.1^ Pt |'l pt. 
$7 00 | $8 00 $8 75 
7 50 8 50 9 50 



1 qt. 

$11 25 
12 50 



3^ I 4 

$7 00j$l() 00 



V 2 gal 1 gal. 

$16 25 $26 00 
17 50 33 00 



CRESCENT Lubricator, Capacity, pints 
Size of attaching Shank, Pipe Thread. , 
Price, Bronze Finish 



$3 75 



H 

H 

$4 90 



H 

H X A 

$4 25 $5 25 



1 
% 

$7 5 



Special Circulars mailed on application. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON, 



545 




LUNKENHEIMER IMPROVED , 

"SENIOR" SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATOR. 

Double Connection 

Size #Pt y 3 'Pt y 2 Pt HPt 1 Pt l/ 2 Pt lQtXGal 1 Gal 

Suitable for Engine Cylinders H£l~ - 4 t? 6 - 6t(?1 ° * 0t ? 14 M«9 M iSto24 24to30 From 



Shanks, Pipe Thread ... Inch 

Finished Brass Each 

Nickel Plated Each 

Condensor Connections, Brass 

Tubing, Angle Valve, Each 
Condensor Connections, Brass 

Tubing and Angle Valve, 

Xickel Plated Each 

Length of Condensor Pipes 

necessary Inches 



Inches Inches Inches Inches Inches Inches Inches 30 Up 



12.00 

13.50 



n 

15.00 
17.00 



H X H H % % 

17.00 20.00 22.00 25.00 28.00 38.00 60.00 

19.00 22.50 25.00 28.50 32.00 43.00 65.00 

.80 1.00 1.20 1.40 1.50 1.60 1.70 



.90 1.15 1.40 1.60 1.70 1.8 



36 



Lubricators are sent without Condensor Pipes and Angle Valves unless otherwise ordered. 




LUNKENHEIMER "JUNIOR" 

SINGLE CONNECTION SIGHT-FEED 

LUBRICATOR. 

For Traction Engines, Steam and Air Brake Pumps, Etc. 

Size Pint % Yi Yz 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch V% Y% Yz 

Partly Finished Each 7.00 8.00 10,00 

All Finished ( Brass Condensors and Pipes and Wood Handles) Each 8.50 10.00 12.00 

All Finished and Xickel Plated (Brass Condensors and Pipes \ i a qq i, -q 1350 

and Wood Handles) ., Each J 



LUNKENHEIMER GLASS BODY OIL PUMP. 



The Lunkenheimer Glass Body Oil Pump is easily filled and operated and is 
intended to be used in connection with sight-feed lubricators on stationary or marine 
engines. No large engine should be without a cup of this kind as an auxiliary to the 
sight-feed lubricator. 

Size Number 3 5 6 8 

Outside Diameter of Glass Inches 2% 3 3^ 4# 

Height of Glass Inches 2Y% 3 4 5 

Capacity V% Pint- l A Pint 1 Pint 1 Quart 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch ^ Y % % % 

Finished Brass Each 7.50 8.50 10.00 15.00 

Nickel Plated Each 8.25 9.50 11.00 16.50 

Extra Glasses Each .15 .35 .65 1.50 

Extra Cork Washers Per Dozen .45 .60 .75 1.50 




546 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



SCALE 




'Standard.' 



LUNKENHEIMER 
REMOVING AND PREVENTING 
"STANDARD" BOILER OIL INJECTOR. 

FOR STEAM BOILERS. 

The ''Standard" Boiler Oil Injector is intended to be attached to the feed- water 
c t pipe of steam boilers to feed boiler oil into same, which effectually removes existing 
incrustations and prevents the formation of new scale ; also preventing foaming, 
pitting and leaky joints. Many boiler explosions are caused by the weakening of 
the iron from strains due to unequal expansion. This unequal expansion is directly 
caused by the scale on the heating surface, also burning and blistering same. In- 
accurate tests a scale 3 l 2 of an inch requires 9 per cent, more fuel ; a scale T \ of an 
inch 12 per cent. ; a scale % of an inch 30 per cent., and a scale X or an mc h 60 per 
cent. , and as the scale thickens the ratio increases. Thus it will be seen that by 
keeping the boiler clean and free from scale, an enormous saving is effected. 

A GOOD QUAUTY BOILER Oil, WII^I, DO THE WORK NO MATTER WHAT KIND OF 
WATER IS USED. LUNKENHEIMER' S "STANDARD" BOILER Oil, INJECTOR has 

but one connection to the feed pipe, is simple and strong, and will be found a per- 
fect machine for the purpose — visibly feeding drop by drop. 



^Pt. 


lPt. 


lQt. 


%. Gal. 


1 Gal. 


\y 2 Gal, 


2 Gal. 








16.50 


19.50 


22.50 


30.00 


7.50 


10.00 


13.50 










8.00 


10.60 


14.25 










8.50 


11.20 


15.00 










10 


25 


75 


100 


150 


200 


250 



Capacity 

Iron, Brass Trimmings Each 

Brass, Part Finished .Each 

Brass, All Finished ..... Each 

All'Fkiished and Nickeled. ....... .Each 

Suitable for Boilers ....... . . .H. P. 

Reservoirs above one quart are of cast iron and have lugs on body for bolting to place; smaller sizes have a 
brace stud and lock nut at lower end of oil chamber for same purpose. 



LUNKENHEIMER 

IMPROVED "PARAGON" 

GLASS BODY 

SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATOR. 

For Gas, Gasoline or Oil Engines. 

The improved form of gas engine lubricator shown herewith, 
and which we have designated by the trade name " Paragon," will be 
found to adequately fulfill the requirements of the service for which 
it has been designed. Its construction has been improved over the 
other forms heretofore on the market and all objectionable features 
have been eliminated. The construction is very compact and the 





Exterior. 



Size Number 

Outside Diameter of Glass Inches 

Height of Glass. ... .. Inches 

Capacity (Oil) Ounces 

Shank Pipe Thread . .Inch 

Finished Brass Each 

Nickel Plated. . . , .Each 

Extra Glasses Each 

Extra Cork Washers Per Dozen 



peal to 


users oi tr 


us class or 


goods. 


Sectional 




IVz 


2 


.4 


5 


6 


8 


w* 


2 • 


2/ 2 


3 


3^ 


4* 


iy$ 


\y% 


W 


3 


4 


5 


iy* 


■Wz 


5. 


10 


18 


32 


% 


H 


H 


Vz 


% 


X 


2.00 


2.80 


4.00 


5.40 


7.00 


14.00 


2.40 


3.125 


4.60 


6.25 


8.20 


16.40 


10 


12- 


25 


35 


65 


1.50 


36 


40 


50 


60 


75 


1.50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



547 




LUNKENHEIMER 
"BANNER" SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATOR. 

FOR GAS ENGINES, AIR COMPRESSORS, ETC. 

The "Banner" Sight-Feed Lubricator is designed for gas engines, air compressors 
and steam valve spindles of water-works engines, and will also be found suitable for.vari- 
ous other purposes, especially on account of its simplicity and compactness. It is provided 
with our improved " Sight- Feed," which is easily replaced when broken. 

Size Number 12 3 4 5 6 

Diameter of Oil Chamber Inches V/ z 1% 2 2% 2\i 3 3 V 7 

Capacity Ounces 1 l l / 2 2V 2 4 5 10 18 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch Y% Y% Yz Y* Yz Vz % 

Brass Each 3.50 4.00 5.00 6.00 -8.00 10.00 12.00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated Each 4.20 5.00 6.00 7.25 9.50 12.00 14.00 

Extra Sight-Feed Glasses Per Dozen .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 .60 



LUNKENHEIMER 
"MARS" GAS-ENGINE LUBRICATOR. 

GLASS BODY. 
For Gas, Gasoline or Oil Engines, Air Compressors, Etc. 

This cup is intended to supply the demand for a heavy, substantial and durable glass- 
body lubricator for vapor engines. The glass body enables the engineer to readily ascer- 
tain the amount of oil in the reservoir. The sight feed is large and can be easily cleaned 
when dirty. The feed-regulating device is so arranged that when once set it need never 
be changed when refilling the cup. It will feed heavy oils regularly, and having a large 
opening at the top is easy to fill. 

Size Number 2 3 4 5 6 

Diameter of Glass Body Inches 2 2% 2*4 3 B l A 

Height of Glass Body Inches 1% 2% 2y % 3 4 

Capacitv Ounces 2%. 4 5 10 18 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch Yz Yz Yz Vz U 

Brass Each 5.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated Each 6.00 7.25 9.50 12.00 14.00 Patent 

Extra Sight-Feed Glasses Per Dozen .60 .60 .60 60 .60 Applied For. 





LUNKENHEIMER "VULCAN" 
FORCE-FEED SIGHT-FEED LUBRICATOR. 

For Gas Engines, Air Compressors, Etc. 

This cup will be found an excellent lubricator for feeding heavy oils when cold to gas 
engine and air compressor cylinders, as the spring actuated piston causes a " force feed." It. 
has proven by tests to be a most perfect cup for the purpose intended, and is also recom- 
mended for use on bearings requiring heavy oil. Do not feed grease in this cup. 

Number. 1 2 3 4 

Outside Diameter of Cup Inches Y% 2% 2# 3# 

Capacitv (Oil) Ounces \% 3 ±Yz 6^ 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch % Y% Yz Yz 

Brass „ Each 5.00 6.00 8.00 10.00 

All Finished and Nickel Plated Each 6.00 7.25 9.50 12.00 

Extra Sight-Feed Glasses Per Dozen .60 .60 .60 .60 



548 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LUNKENHEIMER PATENT DRIP AND SIGHT- FEED 
VALVES, WIPER CUPS, DRIP TROUGHS, ETC. 



Oiling Devices for Engine and Machinery Bearings. 




Angle Sight- 
Feed Valve. 



Cross Sight-Feed Straight Sight- 
Valve with Union. Feed Valve 
with Union. 



Angle Sight- 
Feed Valve 
with Union. 



Adjustable Adjustable 
Wiper Cup Wiper Cup with 
for Wick. Elbow Shank. 




Drip Trough. 



Herewith are shown various styles of oiling devices. They 
are intended to be used in connection with brass pipe and 
fittings, to be so adapted as to oil all of the bearing parts of 
an engine from one or two centrally located oil cups of large 
size. We can make any manner of oiling devices, but owing to the variety of conditions attending their applica- 
tion we would request parties when writing regarding these goods to give us, if possible, a sketch showing dimen- 
sions and style of engine for which device is required. 

These fittings are neat and practical in construction, handsomely finished and convenient and economical 
in construction. Nickel Nickel 



Adjustable Adjustable Plain 
Wiper Cup Wiper Cup with 
for Crank Pin. Elbow Shank. 



Plain 
Wiper 
Cup. 



Cross Drip Valve Each 1.50 1.75 

Straight Drip Valve Each 1.25 1.50 

Angle Drip Valve Each 1.25 1.50 

Straight Sight-Feed Valve , . . Each 2.00 2.25 

Straight Sight-Feed Valve w.Union, Each 2.50 2.80 

Angle Sight-Feed Valve Each 2.00 2.25 

Angle Sight- Feed Valve w.Union... Each 2.50 2.80 

Cross Sight-Feed Valve . » Each 2.30 2.00 

Cross Sight-Feed Valve w. Union. . .Each 2.80 3.10 
Adjustable Wiper Cup for Wick, X 

or ^-inch Pipe .Each 2.50 3.00 

PLAIN WIPER CUP. 
Pipe Thread. O. Diameter. Brass. Nickel Plated. 

X IX LOO 1.20 

Y% IVz 1.50 1.75 

% 2 2.00 2.40 



Adjustable Wiper Cup for Wick, El- 
bow Shank, X or flinch Pipe . . .Each 3.00 3.50 

Adjustable Crank-Pin Wiper Cup, % 

■ or ^-inch Pipe Each 2.50 3.00 

Adjustable Plain Wiper Cup, Elbow 

Shank, % or ^-inch Pipe Each 3.00 3.50 

Horizontal Wick Wiper Cup, X or 

^-inch Pipe Each 2.00 2.30 

Wiper Tips, X or ^-inch Pipe Each .40 .50 

Wiper Tips, >£-inch Pipe Each .50 .60 



DRIP TROUGHS. 

Pipe Thread. Rough. Finished. 

X .75 1.00 

y % i.oo i.50 

J/ 2 1.50 2.00 

y 2 2.00 2.75 



length. 
3 inches 
5 inches 
7 inches 
9 inches 



Nickel Plated 
1.25 
2.00 



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549 



7\ — 

ft 



LUNKENHEIMER 
ADJUSTABLE CENTRIFUGAL CRANK- 
PIN OILING DEVICES. 

These devices furnish means for efficiently lubricating 
the crank-pin bearings of engines and are in no way to be 
compared in quality with the flimsy devices made of thin 
tubing and light castings as commonly placed on the market. 
Lunkenheimer Centrifugal Oilers are substantially constructed 
of the very best materials, neat and graceful in design and 
with proper care will last as long as the engine to which they 
are attached. The}' are very economical in the use of oik. 
and in the case of the complete oiler the oil can be delivered 
continuously in any desired quantity to the crank-pin bearing 
without stoppage of engine. When ordering these oilers 
always be particular to give the necessary dimensions of 
engine as detailed below. 




Plain Oiler 
Arm. 



Oiler Arm Complete 

with Floor Stand 

and Oil Cup. 

The plain oiler arm is intended to be used as an auxiliary to the crank-pin cup to afford an extra and direct 
means of lubricating the crank pin while the engine is in motion, by squirting oil with an oil can through 
the hole in ball H. In ordering these give stroke of engine. 

The complete device with adjustable oil cup stand gives direct continuous lubrication to the crank pin from 
the oil cup on the floor stand. In ordering these give stroke of engine and distance from center of crank shaft 
to floor. 

When so desired the complete device can be used for feeding grease instead of oil. In such cases we can 
furnish, without extra charge, a " Marine " Grease Cup in place of the oil cup which is usually provided on the 
floor stand. In ordering this device always state which style is desired, and when not otherwise specified we 
will send an oil cup of a size proportionate to that of the oiler arm. 

Directions for Applying. — Drill a hole lengthwise in crank pin and tap same to accommodate the shank 
of oiler bolt O, which is ^-inch pipe thread on Xos. 1 and 2, and j^-inch pipe thread on No. 3 size, unless 
otherwise specified. Drill a smaller hole (M) to connect to bearing ; adjust the tubing at D to allow the ball 
H to revolve in line with the axis of the shaft M, then screw bolt O down tightly to keep oiler arm in position. 
To attach oilei stand, fasten floor plate and adjust oil stand, previouslv inserting connecting tube K in the hole 
of ball H. . 

Number 

Length of Stroke 

Thread on Bolt O Pipe Thread 

Plain Oiler Arm, Brass Each 

Plain Oiler Arm, Nickel Plated Each 

Complete, Brass Each 

Complete, Nickel Plated Each 

The length of oiler arm is always half the length 
of stroke of engine, and the above prices on the com- 
plete device are based on furnishing a stand of ordi- 
nary height, but where specifications call for stands 
higher than 24 inches on the No. 1 device, 36 inches 
on the No. 2, and 40 inches on the No. 3, we will 
have to make an additional charge covering the extra 
height. 

LUNKENHEIMER 
MULTIPLE OILER. 

Capacity 1 Pt. 

Reservoirs, Finished Brass Each 8.40 

Reservoirs, Nickel Plated Each 9.T0 

Sight Feeds, Finished Brass Each 1.35 

Sight Feeds, Nickel Plated '. Each 1.55 

Brackets for Supporting Reservoir, Finished \ . Q - 

Brass Per Pair j lrfo 

Brackets for Supporting Reservoir, NickeH 1 CA 

Plated _... Per Pair} 15 ° 



1 


2 


3 


Up to 16 


Up to 30 


Up to M 


Inches 


Inches 


Inches 


y% inch 


Y% inch 


y 2 rnch 


6.00 


7.00 


9.00 


7.00 


8.00 


11.00 


15.00 


17.00 


21.00 


18.00 


20.50 


25.00 




iQt. 


y 2 .Gal. 


1 Gal. 


2 Gal. 


3 Gal. 


11.60 


15.00 


20.00 


26.60 


36.60 


13.70 


17.30 


22.60 


29.70 


40.00 


1.40 


1.50 


1.55 


1.60 


1.70 


1.60 


1.70 


1.75 


1.80 


1.90 



2.70 



1.90 



4.00 



w 



550 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




LUNKENHEIMER " IDEAL" AUTOMATIC 
GREASE CUP. 

For Engine Crank Pins, Journals, Etc. 

The "Ideal" is a first-class cast-brass highly-finished automatic com- 
pression cup, suitable for engine bearings, journals, etc. It is provided 
with a leather-packed plunger (insuring a tight joint and smooth work- 
ing), which is so constructed that it is easily raised when cup requires 
recharging with grease. The spring and plunger are conveniently con- 
trolled by thumb-nut A, which is provided with an automatic lock 
arrangement to prevent its jarring from position on stem. The hole 
through the shank can be regulated to suit the grease used, by means of 
regulating screw H. As a high grade cup of superior design and perfect 
regulation of feed, the " Ideal " has no equal. 



Number 

Inside Diameter. . . . Inches 
Shank Pipe Thread. .Inch 
Capacity (Grease), Ounces 

Finished Brass Each 

Nickel Plated Each 



00 





1 


2 


1 


1* 


l l A 


2 


H 


X 


% 


n 


l 4 


l 


1% 


3 


1.50 


2.00 


2.50 


3.20 


1.75 


2.25 


2.80 


3.60 



2% 




X 

10 
6.00 
6.75 Sectional. 



LUNKENHEIMER 




'APOLLO" COMPRESSION IRON 
GREASE CUP. 



FOR BEARINGS, SHAFTING, ETC. 

The "Apollo" Compression Iron Grease Cup is heavy and designed 
for use in all places where the finish of the article used is not important. 
It works well on shafting, pulleys and all bearings, and will feed from 
any direction. The threaded shank consists of a common pipe nipple 
inserted in base of cup, which can b>e easily replaced if broken. 

Number 12 3 4 

Inside Diameter Inches 1%' 2 2j£ 3 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch % H A- % 

Capacity (Grease)... Ounces \y 2 3 6 10 

Iron Each 1.50 1.70 2.30 3.20 





LUNKENHEIMER 

SCREW-FEED "MARINE" 

GREASE CUP. 

This cup is more particularly designed for marine engines, but will also 
be found suitable for many other purposes where a screw feed is -desired, 
or it is necessary to force the grease some distance to the parts to be 
lubricated. 

The body of this cup is made very heavy in order to withstand rough 
usage, and we can guarantee it to be a thoroughly substantial article in 
every way. 

Number 00 1 2 3 4 

Inside Diameter Inches 1 1% 1 !4 2 2% 3 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch ft % % tf # % 

Capacity (Grease) Ounces l A . 1 1% 3 6 10 

Finished Brass Each 1.00 1.20 1.60 2.00 2.80 4.00 

Nickel Plated Each 1.20 1.45 1.90 2.40 3.40 4.75 




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551 



Lunkenheimer "TIGER" PLAIN BRASS GREASE CUP. 

The Lunkenheimer "Tiger" Plain Grease Cup is a cast- p 
brass cup, well adapted for jarring machinery and unsurpassed |: 
where a simple, compact and efficient plain cup is required. 
By screwing down cap (A) the lubricant is forced to the bear- 
ing. The leather washer (H) prevents the grease from leaking J'IePlI 
out of cup and can be easily replaced when worn out; spring <■ 
lock arrangement (B), the projection (E) of which engages 
(K) at each turn, prevents the cap from jarring off, also cuts 
and loosens the grease. 

Always keep leather washer (H) well expanded against the 
thread in cap by screwing up plate (C). This plate can easily 
be tightened or unscrewed by using a pointed tool, inserting 
it in one of the holes in plate and striking it with a hammer. Sectional. 

Number 00 1 2 3 4 

Inside Diameter Inches 1 1% 1% 2 2%. 3 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch V% % % V% % Yz 

Capacity (Grease) Ounces %. % 1 2 3>£ 5 

Finished Brass Each .70 .90 1.15 1.50 2.15 2.90 

Finished Brass Nickel Plated .... Each .82 LOG 1.36 1.80 2.60 3.40 

Rough Brass Each .56 .74 .96 1.28 1.76 2.30 





LUNKENHEIMER 
"PIONEER" SLIDE-TOP GLASS OIL CUP. 

The "Pioneer" Oil Cup has become an "acknowledged standard," being by far the 
best designed and constructed, and consequently the most perfect oiler of its class, and 
is adapted for all engine and machinery bearings where it is desirable to use a first-class 
cup. It is made of cast brass (not spun brass), is highly finished, compact and very orna- 
mental. This and the other styles of glass oil cups manufactured by us, are the only 
ones on the market which will not come apart when placed on jarring machinery, neither 
will the feed unset or slide loosen, thereby spilling the oil. These excellent features being 
exclusive with our cups and covered by patents give them a very considerable prestige over 
all other makes. They are easily filled and regulated, and are satisfactory to users in every 
respect. They are especially adapted for traction engines, steam rollers and other machinery 
of like character where it is necessary to use a durable and substantial oiler. 

Number 000 00 1 \y 2 2 3 

Outside Diameter of Glass Inches 1 1% 1% l*/ 2 1% 2 2% 

Height of Glass Inches % 1 l/ s \y % ~\% V/ % 2% 

Capacity Ounces X K H 1 1'A 2 l / 2 4 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch % % % % % V% V% 

Finished Brass Each .70 .75 .80 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.90 

Nickel Plated Each .80 .85 .95 1.20 1.50 1.75 2.20 




4 


5 


6 


2V 2 


3 


3^ 


2^8 


3 


4 


5 


10 


18 


H 


X 


% 


2.40 


3.10 


4.00 


2.75 


3.50 


4.50 




LUNKENHEIMER 
VICTOR "INDEX" GLASS OIL CUP. 

The Lunkenheimer " Victor" Index Glass Oil Cup is provided with a simple "index" 

(Q) device for regulating the feed of oil and has an indicator arm pivoted on the stem and turning 

~^0jf on the lid to mark the notch giving the desired rate of feed. The feed can be instantly turned 

'" off and on again by replacing the lever in the notch of the indicator arm. When index arm is 

closed the lever can be left to stand up out of notch, thus acting as an indicator to show from 

i a distance that feed is shut off. This cup is exactly like the "Crown," but without sight feed. 

ELl Number 1 1% .2 3 4 5 6 

BLM Outside Diameter of Glass.. Inches iy iy 2 1% 2 2% 2% 3 Sy 

Height of Glass Inches \y % U/ s 1% \y % 2% 2# 3 4 

Capacitv Ounces # 1 1% %% 4 5 10 18 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch Y% Y % Y% ft Y% y 2 y 2 

Finished Brass . .« Each 1.00 1.20 1.45 1.75 2.15 2.70 3.40 4.30 

Nickel Plated Each 1.15 1.40 1.70 2.00*2.45 3.05 3.80 4.80 



552 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




LUNKENHEIMER "SENTINEL" SNAP LEVER 
SIGHT-FEED GLASS OIL CUP. 

UNEQUALED 
FOR DYNAMO AND ENGINE USE. 

The Lunkenheimer "Sentinel" Snap Lever Sight- Feed Glass Oil Cup, 
as will be seen, is handsome and ornamental in appearance and thoroughly 
strong and substantial in construction. It is simple in operation, compact, 
well made and not liable to get out of order. Owing to its construction 
the cup will not shake to pieces when placed on jarring machinery ; 
neither will the feed unset when either raising or lowering lever, as the 
curved spring which presses against the milled regulating nut prevents it 
from turning. 

Number 

Out. Diam. Glass, Inches 
Height of Glass . Inches 

Capacity Ounces 

Shank Pipe Thread, Inch 

Finished Brass Each 

Nickel Plated Each 






1 


1* 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 




IX 


iy 2 


1U 


2 


2% 


2V 2 


3 


sy 2 


vypy 


1/s 


w% 


1H 


17/g 


2/s 


m 


3 


4 


l|3J 


H 


i 


i/ 2 


2/ 2 


4 


5 


10 


18 




% 


% 


% 


3/8 


H. 


3/8 


Vz 


l A 




3.00 


3.25 


3.50 


3.75 


4.25 


5.25 


7.25 


9.25 


Lever down, 


3.50 


3.75 


4.00 


4.25 


4.75 


5.75 


8.00 


10.25 


feed stopped 



LUNKENHEIMER "CROWN" INDEX SIGHT-FEED 
GLASS OIL CUP. 

The Lunkenheimer "Crown " Index Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup is of first-class quality 
throughout, very ornamental in appearance and made of cast brass. It has an " index " 
device for regulating the feed of oil and an indicator arm turning on the lid to mark the 
notch giving the desired feed. The feed can be instantly turned off and on again by 
replacing the index lever in the notch of the indicator arm. When the feed is shut off the 
lever can be left to stand up out of the notch, thus acting as an indicator to show from a 
distance that the feed is shut off. It fulfills all the requirements for dynamo and engine 
use and we recommend it where a first-class substantial cup is wanted. 



Number 

Outside Diam. of Glass. . .Inches 

Height of Glass Inches 

Capacity. Ounces 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch 

Finished Brass Each 

Nickel Plated Each 




1% 



1.25 
1.40 



13/8 



IK 



1% 
IK 



1.75 
2.00 



1% 

2% 

3/8 

2.10 
2.35 



3 

2% 
2 l A 
4 

H 

2.55 



4 

2% 
2tf, 
5 

n 

3.15 
3.50 



10 

% 

3.90 
4.30 



3K 

4 

18 

% 

4.80 
5.30 





LUNKENHEIMER 
"ROYAL" SIGHT-FEED GLASS OIL CUP. 

The Lunkenheimer " Royal " Sight-Feed Glass Oil Cup will be found an excellent cup for 
engine and dynamo use. It is simple and practical, and so constructed that when the desired 
feed is once set it can be stopped and started at will without resetting, the spring acting as a 
lock and indicator when engaging the flattened side of the thumb nut. 

Number 000 00 1 1^ 2 3 4 5 6 

Height of Glass Inches # 1 1% U/$ 1% lJ/ 8 2% 2)/ % 3 4 

Capacity Ounces % ^ % 1 ly 2 2%, 4 5 10 18 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch Y% V% % % % V% H H */? *A 

Finished Brass Each .95 1.10 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.10 2.55 3.15 3.90 4.80 

Nickel Plated Each 1.05 1.20 1.40 1.70 2.00 2.35 2.85 3.50 4.30 5.30 



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553 




LUNKENHE1MER "CHAMPION" ROD OIL CUP. 

SUITABLE FOR ALL MOVABLE BEARiNGS. 

The construction of this cup is simple, the round body having a window on 
each side of same to enable the engineer to see the height of oil in cup. The 
feeding arrangement consists of tubes, one telescoping within the other, the outer 
tube fastened permanently in the base of the cup and communicating with the oil 
hole in the shank of same. The inner tube is fastened to the filling plug, and has 
small oil holes drilled in it close to the top and carries a regulating nut on the 
upper threaded portion, said nut being adapted to partially close the oil holes for 
the purpose of regulating (when the cup is in operation) the quantity of oil" to be 
fed through same. A feature in having the oil tubes telescope is that, when filling 
the cup, it is not necessary to entirely remove the filling plug, but simply to raise 
it high enough to insert the nozzle of the oil can, which prevents losing plugs. 
The oil ducts are large and straight and it is easy to keep the cup clean and free 
from impurities which may be in the oil. 

The operation of this cup will be readily understood when reference is made 
, J _,_ mmM to the illustration. The cup having been filled with oil, as soon as it is put in 

\i\9^^U^v ' motion the oil begins to travel in a body within the cup, and at each revolution of 
cup is thrown against the feeding apparatus and flows down through it to the 
bearing. Thus it will be obvious that no matter how little oil there may be in the 
cup, the centrifugal force, combined with the shape of the body, will carry it to 
the holes in the feed tube. 

Care should be taken in attaching the cup so that the circular body of same 
is placed that it travels in the same direction as the bearing and the glass sides 
are parallel with the rod. After the cup is once regulated it requires no further 
attention other than filling. This cup will not throw oil and feeds only while machinery is in motion. 
It is well made of cast brass, neat in appearance r and broken glass can be easily renewed at slight expense. 

Number 1 2 3 4 

Finished Brass Each 1.40 2.00 2.00 4.00 

Nickel Plated -. Each 1.50 2.20 2.80 4.40 

Capacitv Ounces 1 ' + 2>£ 5 12 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch % Y% V-> • H 

Glasses Each .05 .08 .10 .15 

Corks Per Dozen .20 .30 .40 fi() 

LUNKENHEIMER OIL GAUGES. 

WITH REVOLUBLE SHIELD. 

The oil gauges heretofore used on dyamos and 
other machinery having self-oiling journal boxes, 
possess several serious objections, which have been 
entirely overcome in the Lunkenheimer Improved 
Gauge, and on account of its advantages and low 
price is rapidly superseding them. All users of oil 
gauges are aware that with those heretofore used it is 
impossible to clean the glass tube, which soon becomes 
so covered with dust and dirt collecting in the slots of 
the shield that the oil can not be seen. Besides, the 
slots or windows of the gauge are not always in proper 
position as regards the light to enable one to see the oil, and the shield being fixed can not be turned to suit. 
Then, owing to the construction of these oil gauges they are unnecessarily clumsy and expensive. The Lun- 
kenheimer Oil Gauge will be found perfect in all these particulars ; it is simple and practical in construction, 
can be easily taken apart, is handsome in appearance and inexpensive. The glass protecting shield is a slotted 
tube, which permits being revolved around the glass tube ; thus it can easily be kept clean and the shield set in 
proper position as regards the light, so that the oil is plainly visible. The entire gauge is held together by a 
thin wire rod, which is screwed into the bottom fitting, passes through the center of glass tube and has a nut 
fastened to it on the upper side of top cover. To clean the glass tube, hold a piece of waste to the tube, and 
revolve it with the shield around the glass until properly cleaned, then turn the shield to its former position. 
Size Shank ripe Thread Inch ) g 




Plain. 



With Drain Cock. 



Length of Glass Inches 

Finished Brass without Drain Cock Each 

Nickel Plated without Drain Cock Each 

Finished Brass with Drain Cock Each 

Nickel Plated with Drain Cock . .Each 



.10 



2* 
.50 



.90 

1.10 



:\ 



4 

i.oo 

1.20 

1.40 
1.G5 



554 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



LUNKENHEIMER SHAFT OILERS^ 

Directions for Using Lunkenheimer Shaft Oilers. — Fill the oiler (full) with 
oil, screw on the socket airtight, then screw the stem tightly into the oilhole in bearing. 
When the cup needs refilling unscrew the stem out of the hole, take the oiler apart, and 
proceed as before. See that the hole through stem is always clear of 
any obstruction before putting the oiler in its place. 

SOT See that the glass globe is always tight in its socket. 
To Regulate. — The oilers are shipped set for a moderate feed. The 
oil-hole in the stem is drilled parallel with the slot in head of the set- 
screw. By turning the regulating screw a QUARTER-TURN backward 
the supply of oil is entirely cut off. Between these two positions of the 
screw any desired amount of feed may be had. 

Shanks are threaded Y% inch on point, 16 threads to the inch. 




Number 

Capacity Ounces 

Finished Brass Each 

Extra Glasses , Each 

Extra Cork Washers Per Dozen 



1 



1H 



3 
.60 




Shaft Oiler 
with Loose Wire 
and Wood Plug. 



LUNKENHEIMER BRASS OIL CUPS. 






Small Base, Large Base, 

Hinge Lid. Hinge Lid. 

Number 

Outside Diameter Inches 

Shank Pipe Thread Inch 

Plain Finished Brass Each 

Locomotive Pattern, Finished Brass Each 

Finished Brass with T. H. Cock Each 

Finished Brass with L. H. Cock Each 

Finished Brass Each 

Finished Brass with Elbow Shank Each 

Add to List for Brass Tubes Each 

Add to List for Nickel Plating .Each 







With L. H. 




Locomotive 






Cock. 






Pattern. 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 « 


1 


l*f 


1% 


va 


w 


2 


?K iy 2 


M 


H 


y* 


Vs 


y% 


% 


Yz % 


.40 


.60 


.90 


1.25 


1.60 


1.75 


2.25 2.75 


.50 


.75 


1.00 


1.50 


1.80 


2.00 


2.50 3.00 


1.00 


1.50 


2.00 


2.50 


2.75 


3.00 


3.75 4.50 


1.10 


1.60 


2.20 


2.75 


a.oo 


3.25 


4.00 5.00 


.85 


1.20 


160 


2.10 


2.50 


2.70 




1.15 


1.60 


2.10 


2.65 


3.05 


3.25 






LUNKENHEIMER 



BRASS LOOSE PULLEY OILER. 

This oiler must be attached to hub of pulley, is easily filled and regulated, 
will not throw or Waste oil, and a trial will convince users that it is a simple and 
satisfactory oiler for loose pulleys. It is guaranteed to give satisfaction, one 
filling lasting from two to four weeks and feeding only when pulley is in motion. 

Number 1 2 3 4 

Diameter of Body ... Inches 1 1# 1# \% 2 

Capacity....- Ounces % % .}>( '1% Vj4 

Rough Brass, Bronzed, Each .25 .30 .40 50 .66 



Lunkenheimer CYLINDRICAL GLASSES. 



These glasses are 
all styles of glass cuj 
Number 000 00 

Outside Diameter of \ . 

Cylindrical Glasses, Each j 
Height Cylin. Glasses, Inches Y% 
Cylindrical Glasses. . . Each .05 
Cork Washers . . . Per Dozen .15 



lcar, strong and uniform in size and interchangeable with 
made by us. 



10 





1 


l '4 


2 


3 4 


5 


6 


8 


H 


IX 


IK 


1% 


2 


2X 2K 


3 


Wz 


4* 


i 

06 

18 


1>8 

.08 
.24 


1/8 

.10 
.30 


.10 

,36 


1# 

.12 

.40 


2y 8 23/ s 
.15 .25 
.45 .50 


3 

.35 
.60 


4 

.65 
►75 


5 

1.50 
1.50 




CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



555 



POWELL'S IMPROVED 

Crank Pin Oilers, 

PUUN. WITH SHIELDS. 

f PINNACLE." "PLANET." "POLARIS." "PAROLE/ 




POWELL'S 

Glass Cylinder 
Oil Pump. 



PRICE LIST. 



Number 




Outside Diameter of Glass, .inches 

Height of Glass 

Capacity Ounces 

Size of Shank, Pipe Thread. Inches 



Plain Glass, Finished Each $1 35 $1 60 

" " Nickel plated 

With Shield, Finished 

" Nickel Plated . . 



1 


1 


1H 


2 


3 


IK 


1% 


W 


2 


2K 


1/8 


1^/8 


m 


m 


2H 


A 


i 


\% 


w 


4 


%\ 35 


$1 60 


$1 80 


$2 30 


3 /8 


$2 75 


1 75 


2 05 


2 30 


2 80 


3 35 


1 h\) 


1 75 


2 0D 


2 50 


3 00 


1 1 90 


2 20 


2 50 


3 00 


3 60 



2% 

6 
% 

$3 75 
4 45 

4 (0 
4 70 



« PENNANT." 

PRieE LIST. 


Number. 


Outbade 
Diain . Glass 

Cylinder. 


Height of 

Glass 
Cylinder. 


Capacity. 


Shank 

Pipe 

Thread . 


Brass. 
Each. 


Nickel 
Plated. 
Each . 


Extra 
Glass. 

Each. 


1 

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2 
3 


2 T /finch. 
3 

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2^inch. 

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4 
5 


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1 qt. 


33 inch 

3/8 " 

A " 


$ 7 50 
8 50 
10 00 
15 00 


$ 8 00 

9 50 
11 00 
16 50 


$0 15 

35 

65 

1 50 



556 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Powell's Patent Improved 

Glass Oilers. 

"SIGNAL" OILER. "PILOT" "PILGRIM" 

Crossbar Sight Feed Oiler. Improved Glass Engine Oilei 










PRICE LIST. 














Number 


00 





1 


1H 


2 


3 


4 I 5 


6 


Outside Diameter of Glass 
Height of Glass 


. ..Inches 


1 
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1/8 
% OZ 


1« 

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13 4 
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1 OZ. 


2 

IX 

2 oz. 

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2 H 

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% pt. 


2% 

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% 


3 


4 
lot 


Capacity 


Size of Shank, Pipe Threac 


[...Inches 


% 


"Signal" Oiler.. 

"Pilot" Cross-Bar Sight . . . 

Feed Oiler 

" Pilgrim " Plain Glass 

Engine Oiler 


Finished 
...Plated 
Finished 
...Plated 
Finished 
...Plated 


$i'?,6' 

1 55 
75 
85 


$3 00 
3 50 
1 40 
1 G5 
80 
95 


$3 25 
3 75 
1 50 
1 75 
1 00 
1 20 


$3 50 
4 00 

1 75 

2 10 
1 25 
1 50 


$3 75 
4 25 
2 00 
2 35 
1 50 
1 75 


$4 25 
4 75 
2 25 

2 G5 

1 90 

2 20 


$5 25 
5 75 

2 65 

3 10 
2 40 
2 75 


$7 25 
8 00 
3 35 
3 85 
3 19 
3 CO 


$ 9 25 
10 25 

4 5c 

5 Id 
4 00 
4 50 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



557 



POWELL'S IMPROVED 

Compression Grease Cups, 

Class " C," for Slides, Eccentrics and other Bearings of Engines. 

Class " B " makes a first-class Crank Pin Grease Cup, 

Simple, Easily Operated and Reliable. 

BRASS, CLASS "B." BRASS, CLASS "C." ALL IR0N,"BRUN0." 






Number 


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29 CO 
32 00 
12 00 


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43 20 
33 50 
37 00 
12 50 


3 

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$51 60 
60 00 
50 00 
54 00 
25 00 


4 

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$72 00 
81 00 


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Capacity 

Size Shank, Pipe Thread. .Inch 


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21 00 
21 00 
24 00 
10 00 


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$21 00 

27 00 
25 00 

28 00 

II 25 


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Class "B,"' Finished Per Doz 

" " Plated 

Class " C," Finished ... . " 


$120 00 
144 00 


11 ', Plated ■" 






All Iron, " Bruno," " 














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558 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



Single Feed Lubricator. 

Including Valves, Connecting Rod, one 6 ft. length N. P 
Pipe, Arm and Stand complete ready to attach to Engine. 




Fat. Aug. 7, t?94. July 2x, 1896. Sept. ai, 1897. 
Other patents pending. 

One Pint, 
Three 'Pints, 
One Gallon, - 
Two Gallons, 



Pat. Aug. 7, 1894. July 21. 1896. Sept. 21, 1897, 
Other patents pending. 

- $30.00 Each. 
35.00 " 
45.00 -" 
50.00 ** 



.. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



559 



Brass Steam Whistles. 







POWELL'S 


Adjustable 


Without 


Single Bell Chime Whistle, 


Lever. 


Lever. 


With Adjustable Without 



Lever. 



PRICE LIST. 



Valve. 




Diameter of Bell Inches 

Size Pipe Connection. . " 



Adjustable Lever 

Without Lever 

Single Bell Chime, Adjustable Lever . 
Without " . 



1% 



$3 10 $3 75 $4 00 



2 20! 2 75 



3 00 
6 00 

4 50 



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$5 50 

4 35 
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5 00 



$6 50 



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$8 50 $11 50 $15 00 $22 50 $83 00 $95 00 

7 25 9 50 12 00 19 00 24 00 70 00 
11 00 15 0i» IS 00 35 (id 45 00 100 00 

8 00 11 00 11 00 i:s 00 38 00 85 00 



560 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




LUNKENHEIMER IMPROVED 



COMBINATION 



OR FIRE ALARM 

(PATENTED.) 



WHISTLE. 




This whistle is designed to answer both the purposes of an ordinary whistle as well 
that of a lire alarm. It is provided with a piston that can be moved up or down withii 
the bell or tube, thus changing the interior length of same and, consequently, also the sounc 
of the whistle. When the piston is not operated the whistle gives but one sound, like am 
ordinary whistle, but when pulled up and down, a howling, penetrating noise is produced 
When placed above the roof of a building, an extension rod should be coupled to the piston 
stem and a rope or wire to the whistle valve lever. The bell is dome shaped at its upper end 
and at its lower securely supported by a three-armed spider, the stem of which is adjustably 
screwed into the whistle base and fastened by jam nut E. Owing to this construction tlu 
lower edge of the bell is always exactly in line with the slot in the base through which the 
steam escapes, thereby insuring best results and a perfect, clear and loud tone. The bell if 
raised or lowered to suit steam pressure by screwing it up or down, and when properly set 
is fastened by jam nut E. All whistles are made of best materials and fully Warranted. 

Diameter of Bells Inches 2^ 3^ 5 8 

Size Pipe Connection Inches % 1 \% 2 

With Whistle Valve complete.... Each 24.00 31.00 40.00 100.00 



LUNKENHEIMER 
SINGLE BELL CHIME WHISTLES. 

The Single Bell Chime Whistles shown herewith differ essentially 
from other makes, inasmuch as the bells are cast in one piece instead 
of being made in several parts. Owing to this method of construc- 
tion these whistles (when blown) give clear, bell-like, musical sounds, 
which are much more pleasing to the ear than those produced by 
common whistles. 

The appearance of these whistles is unique and handsome, they 
are well made, perfectly tuned, and for durability of construction are 
unequaled. 



All Brass, with 
Adjustable Lever. 

Diameter of Bells Inches \y z 2 2]/ z 3 3^4 5 6 

Size of Pipe Connections Inches Y% X A ii % 1 \% 1# 1# 

All Brass, with Adjustable Lever. Each 7.00 10.00 13.00 16.00 22.00.28.00 44.00 60.00 

All Brass, without Valve Each 5.50 8.50 10.50 13.50 18.50 24.00 37.00 49.00 

Iron Base, without Valve Each 12.00 16.50 22.00 33.00 45.00 




2 
145.00 
120.00 
108.00 



235.00 
188.00 
155.00 




Lunkenheimer THREE-WHISTLE CHIME. 

IMPROVED AND RECONSTRUCTED. 



Three-Whistle Chimes Correctly Tuned. 



22.00 



No. 1 . Composed of one each 1%, 2 and 2 J^ -inch Whistles. , . . 
Size Pipe Connection, 1-inch. 

No. 2. Composed of one each 3>£, 4 and 5-inch Whistles. 40.00 

Size Pipe Connection, 1^-inch. 



No. 3. Composed of one each 5, 6 and 8-inch Whistles. 
Size Pipe Connection, 3-inch. 



lOtt.OO 



Three-Whistle Chime. 



Notice. — Whistle Valves for above are extra, and Chimes will be sent 
complete with valve unless otherwise ordered. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



561 




Lunkenheimer 

BRASS STEAM 

WHISTLES 

and WHISTLE 

VALVES. 




1 



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without Adjustable 

Valve. Lever. 

Diameter of Bells Inches 

Size of Pipe Connections, Inches 
Brass Whistles, with Adjustable 1 ., 

Lever ... Each f -> 

Brass Whistles, without Valve, 
Each 
Iron Base Whistles, without Valve, Each 



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without with Adjustable 
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11.50 


15.00 22.50 33.00 95.00 


160.00 


3.00 ! 


7.23 


9.50 


12.00 19.00 24.00 70.00 


l.^ 00 




5.50 




10.00 10.00 23.00 55.00 


100.00 


WHISTLE VALVES. 






:; 

27.00 


8.50 8.00 3. 


so 


5.00 


6.00 '.'.(H) 18.00 




Exterior. 

Size of Valve. 



Lunkenheimer 

AUTOMATIC BALANCED 

WHISTLE VALVE. 

The form of whistle valve shown herewith effectually 
overcomes the difficulties that steam users have experienced 
with the old style of valve. T'uder high steam pressures it is 
very difficult to operate the ordinary whistle valves and to 
keep them tight. In them the disc is not balanced, and as they 
close with the steam pressure the continual pounding on the 
seat soon causes them to become leaky and troublesome. 

This valve can be operated very easily under the highest 
steam pressures, and can lie kept tight without difficulty. In 
this new form of valve the disc is balanced at all .times, and 
when the valve i^ closing it does not hammer on the valve seat, 
but closes firmly and without any shock or jar. In opening, 
the steam pressure acts upon the valve disc in such a manner 
that the disc is raised from the seat almost automatically. 
Guaranteed for 17-"> lbs. working pressure. 




.Inches 1 1 ' + ' l'i 

Screw Ends Each 18.00 22.20 2(5.00 

Screw and Flange Ends Each 21.40 2(5. (X) 31.80 

Flange Ends Each. 22.20 27.50 33.60 



35.50 

41.80 
43.80 



44.40 
51.00 
53.20 



62.20 

74.80 
77.00 



Extra heavy pattern for 350 lbs. working pressure can also he furnished. Prices upon application. 



562 



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563 




INGERSOLL=SERGEANT DUPLEX STEAM DRIVEN AIR COMPRESSOR, 
CLASS "H." 

With compound air cylinders and inter-cooler in base. 



564 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




INGERSOLL-SERGEANT BELT DRIVEN AIR COHPRESSOR. CLASS "E." 

Made in small sizes, suitable for light machine shop and foundry use, also for 
pumping by the air lift system. 

Description of Class " E " Belt Compressor , 

While the steam driven compressor has an advantage in that it can be used 
independently of all, other machinery, and that air pressure is always available 
when steam is up, the belt compressor -is sometimes preferred through its lower 
first cost and smaller space occupied. When the main engine is of large size and 
of economical pattern with reserve power, the small belt machine may be more 
economicalthan if equipped with its own engine. These belt compressors are 
frequently run from gas engines, electric motors, water-power, etc., by gears, 
belting or rope transmission. 

The same "care and close attention given to every detail of the Class "F" 
Compressors, is also accorded the belt machines. 

The belt pulleys are of large size and of comparatively great weight, thus 
giving a steady belt pull and avoiding that jeffcy motion. For medium or light 
pressures, one belt only is used. For slow speed or heavy pressures, two belts 
are desirable and will give a central pull on the crank, without pounding or side 
motion. The crank pin is large and runs in phosphor bronze. The cross-head 
runs on a wide bronze shoe, and may be adjusted for wear, but all bearings are 
so large that little attention is required. The bed plate is strong and rigid, and 
its great stiffness and weight adds to the durability and smooth running qualities. 

All compressors are supplied with drop sight feed oil cups for bearings, and 
large' drop sight feed lubricators for cylinders. This type of machine is built jn 
sizes Vary 1 rig in capgcity from 10 to 250 cubic feet, and in patterns proportioned 
for 10 to 100 lbs. pressure. With the automatic unloading device it is an ideal 
machine for work within its capacity. 

The special unloading device shown in above cut is not regularly supplied 
with' these compressors, but can be furnished, if so desired and specified when 
order is given, at a small extra cost. 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



565 




CURTIS COMPRESSOR. 

Size 6x6 and 8x8 

Construction : The cylinders are both 
single-acting, thus' eliminating all 
stuffing boxes and cross - heads. 
Crank shaft is of open hearth steel, 
and runs in chain-oiling boxes. 

Water Jackets completely surround 
the cylinders, cylinder heads and 
valve cases. 

Valves are made of the poppet gravity- 
type of best quality phosphor bronze, 
and work without springs. The 
valves are located in a separate case. 
The discharge valves have renewable 
seats. 

The Governor is combined with the 
valve case, and will automatically 
maintain any desired air pressure. 
The governor does not stop the move- 
ment of the machine, and will in- 
stantly respond to the slightest 
change of pressure in reservoir. 

Lubrication is perfect as to every detail. 

Attention: As machine is automatic 
and self-oiling, practically no atten- 
tion is required. 

COMPOUND BELT-DRIVEN 

For heavy duty we recommend COMPRESSOR 

compressor on sub-base. 
rnis Compressor was designed with the in- 
tention of making it the most economical as 

well as the best constructed machine of its 

size on the market. 
The Driving 1 Pulleys located in the center of 

the machine, are 60 inches in diameter, by 

10 inch face; tight pulley weighing 1000 lbs. 
lotn Cylinders are water- jacketed. The in- 

tercooler contains a large number of thin 

brass tubes. The air passing through the 

intercooler is delivered to the high pressure 

cylinder at the temperature of the cooling 

water. 
Large Cooling- Surface, due to the single 

acting principle. 
Absence of Piston Rods and troublesome 

stuffing boxes. 
rhe Valves are easily accessible by removing | 

plug or cap. Xo pipe connections or joints ; 

to be broken to get at the cylinders or valves. 
%J1 Valve Seats are removable; all parts self- 
oiling. The machine being self-contained, 

but slight foundations are required. Sizes 13 and 8x12. 16 and 10x16. 

roe Intake Cylinder has wind box connection, so that air may be carried from de- 
sirable point outside of the building. 
rtie Compressor is provided with an automatic governor which unloads the machine 

when the pressure reaches the desired maximum in the reservoir. The fly wheel 

drive pulley never stops. 

When driven from a line shaft actuated by Corliss or other economical engine, this 
nachine forms the most economical compressing plant of its capacity that can be installed. 




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Power Air Pressure or Vacuum Pump, 




FIG. 1029. 

Fig. 1029 represents our Air Pressure or Vacuum Pump, with crank shaft, 
)itman and guide, arranged with tight and loose pulleys for power. 

These Pumps have a general application for forcing air into receivers, to 
igitate liquids, and are also used in connection with the dry-pipe sprinkler sys- 
em in mills and factories. It may also be used : se where a 

/acuum is required. Maximum is 100 R. P. M. 



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Plunger 

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Maximum Inlet 

Pressure Outlet. 


Tight and Price 


of Crank Sh 
Diameter Stroke 


6 in. 8 in. 226 cubic in. 


30 lbs. 1 i in. pipe 


24* 4 in. S80.00 



568 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




14" X 5 FT. CLASS A. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



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575 



HOSE-CARRYING TROLLEYS. 

IN ORDERING STATE OUTSIDE DIAMETER OF HOSE. 





I Beam Trolley. 



Bar Trolley. 

For J£x2, ?;xj, and -Vx4 Bars. 





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The accompanying cuts 
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ing an hose for moving 
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ps to hold the hose. 
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behind a trolley carrying an 
air hoist and an I beam. 
The cable trolley is good for 
medium spans, without any 
curves. The bar trolley for 
long spans or curves. 



Cable Trolley. 



576 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 




THE "NEW INGERSOLL" ROCK DRILL, I898 PATTERN. 

The "New Ingersoll" Rock Drill is made up" of the best features of the 
Ingersoll and the Sergeant, with certain improvements in design and material 
which have been developed by recent experience. 

It contains the improved Sergeant release rotation. 

The improved " Eclipse," independent and indestructible valve movement. 
The Sergeantrshell and saddle side rods, cross-head and crank. 

No buffers within the cylinder. 

The Sergeant gland and a new oval-shaped elastic chuck key. 

It is lighter in weight because of improvements in design and the use of 
malleable iron and steel. 

Variable stroke and an uncushioned blow. 

Adapted for hard rock and ore. 

Easily handled in soft or seamy rocks. 

For use with either steam or air. 

The Sergeant Universal joint, light tripod. 

Mounted on tripod, column, shaft bar or quarry bar. 

Guaranteed to be without an equal in drilliug capacity, combined with light- 
ness of weight and economy of repairs. 

Your repair bills should be cut 30 per cent, by the use of the " New Ingersoll. 

We have built 25,000 rock drills. Our shops at Easton, Pa., are now pro- 
ducing more than 1,800 rock drills per annum. 

This experience has developed the " New Ingersoll." 

If interested in mining, tunneling or quarrying, send for our special cata- 
logue No. 41 of rock drills, quarry bars, gadders, stone channeling machines, 
etc., etc. 



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577 



Pneumatic Tools. 




No. X. For light caulk-ing and flue beading. Weighs 8 lbs 

No. XX. For general chipping and caulk'ng. Weighs 9 lbs. 

No". XXX. For heavy chipping, caulking and light riveting. Weighs 10 lbs. 




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Latch Valve, 

Latch Pin. 

Latch. 

Valve Block Button. 








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13. 
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15. 

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Bar-el 
Plunger. 
Tool Nosp 
Valve Block 



578 



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SCAIFE GALVANIZED AIR TANKS. 



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Galvanized 
WR TANKS] 



Appreciating the uncertainty of hydraulic tests when applied 
to cylinders used for holding air or gas under pressure, we exercise 
especial care in having these tanks thoroughly tested under 
air pressure. They are tapped for any sized connection and 
possess a beautiful finished appearance. 

Tested to any pressure. 
Seams brazed when desired. 



Capacity. 


Size. 


Price Galvanized. 


5 g^s. 


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579 



PNEUMATIC 



COATING MACHINES 




For Whitewashing and Painting, 



THIS MACHINE 



Has steel receptacle 7 inches in diameter, with 
powerful 2Hnch brass pump, 25 feet of high-grade 
pneumatic hose, 5 feet of wire-wound suction hose, 
with strainer, extension pipe, three spraying noz- 
zles, and is complete, as shown in cut, excepting 
sieve. 



580 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



MECHANICAL FORCED DRAFT. 




ILLUSTRATION OF BOILERS EQUIPPED WITH BUFFALO MECHANICAL FORCED DRAFT. 
Mechanical Forced Draft is a means of creating draft by supplying air under pres- 
sure to the boiler grates. The pressure is produced by a fan blowing into the ash pit, 
as shown by the upper illustration. The lower engraving shows another method of 
introducing air to the furnace and also illustrates how simple it is to regulate the draft 
to just the amount of air necessary for the proper combustion of the fuel used. Some 
of the advantages of forced draft over natural draft are the same as those of Induced 
Draft, given on next page. 




BUFFALO FORCED DRAFT DAMPER IN POSITION. 



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581 



MECHANICAL INDUCED DRAFT. 




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BUFFALO INDUCED DRAFT FANS WITH DOUBLE ENCLOSED 
ENGINES, OVERHUNG FAN WHEELS AND 
WATER-COOLED BEARINGS. 



Mechanical Induced Draft, as applied to boilers, refers to the method of producing 
draft by means of exhaust fans placed between the boiler uptake and the short, light 
stack. Special fans are built to suit the exigencies of varying situations. 

Some advantages of Induced Draft are as follows : Uniform draft of the required 
intensity. Initial cost far less than a chimney. Operating expense below the interest 
on a smoke stack outlay. Independence of atmospheric conditions secured. The 
highest possible efficiency of combustion afforded. Low grades of fuel burned. Steam- 
ing capacity advanced to a maximum. Enables waste heat of gases to be utilized. 
Prevents smoke. Saves fuel. Is flexible, positive and instantaneous. 



582 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



FAN SYSTEM OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND 

DRYING. 




THREE-QUARTER HOUSING FAN BLOWING AIR THROUGH AND UNDERNEATH HEATER. 



The Buffalo Fan System has become a recognized factor in all that is best in heating 
and ventilating methods. A fan is employed to force air through heaters and on into 
the space to be heated. A by-pass is also provided so that some of the air may pass the 
heaters without being heated. Distribution to different points is made through ducts, 
and thermostats may be used if desired for automatically controlling the temperature. 

The Buffalo System is used in industrial buildings, churches, schools, opera houses, 
court houses, and in fact in all classes of buildings where a positive, unfailing system 
of heating and ventilating is required. 

The low installation cost has never been the main argument in favor of the fan 
system, yet it is often less than other systems. The reduction of the coal bill shown by 
plants in actual practice has caused a widespread application of the Buffalo Fan System. 






CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



583 



FAN SYSTEM OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND 
DRYING. 




THREE-QUARTER HOUSING FAN, DRAWING THROUGH HEATER, WITH COLD 
AIR BY-PASS UNDERNEATH. 

The illustration shows a three-quarter housing Buffalo Fan of steel plate, with 
direct attached upright engine, cylinder above shaft, exhausting through heater, with 
cold air by-pass underneath. This outfit is a common form for the heating and venti- 
lating of public buildings and is the simplest and most compact arrangement built. 
Various types of fans may be employed to suit the requirements of different situations. 

The advantages of the fan system are numerous. The heating surface is concentrated 
and heat losses are reduced to a minimum. Absolute control over temperature, 
humidity and air volume is afforded. It is the only adequate system of supplying the 
amount of air necessary for good ventilation. The excess of pressure indoors obviates 
all cold air leaks from without. The apparatus is confined to a room in basement and 
flues in the wall, and occupies no space in the rooms to be heated. 



584 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



FAN SYSTEM OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND 

DRYING. 



Direct-attached Horizontal Center-crank 
Engine, Right Hand Bottom Hori- 




VIEWS OF SINGLE FAN AND DUPLEX HEATER. 

In order to reduce to a minimum the space occupied, the fans of large apparatus 
are built in the three-quarter housing form, exhausting through the heaters. Fan dis- 
charges may be either top or bottom horizontal, up or down blast, or to deliver air in 
two directions, as may be best suited to existing conditions. The heaters may be 
grouped in one, two, three or more divisions. This is governed by their size and work 
to be performed. 

The condensation and heating capacity from a given amount of properly designed 
radiation is from three to five times greater with a forced circulation of air than in 
ordinary plants. The heater designed for a fan system must therefore provide for 
positive and unusual condensation, that the coils may be invariably hot. Buffalo 
Heaters are offered as excelling any other obtainable. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON 



585 



FAN SYSTEM OF HEATING, VENTILATING AND 

DRYING. 

Where a small outfit is required 
for drying fruit, wool, cotton, 
grain, leather, glue, tobacco, or 
any substances requiring more 
or less rapid evaporation of mois- 
ture, these outfits have found 
great favor. Very little power 
is required to operate the plant. 

Two styles of exhausters are 
employed, i. e., Buffalo " B" Vol- 
ume Exhausters and Buffalo 
Steel Plate Exhaust Fans. When 
the latter fan is used it is made 
of heavy steel plate rigidly braced, as is the casing of the heater coils. The "B" 
Volume Blowers are constructed of cast iron and have a solid frame and shell. Ring 
oiling bearings are supplied on both styles. 

These plants are extensively used to dry and heat large basements They give 
entire satisfaction. The fans may be arranged for driving by belt, engine or motor. 

The Buffalo Fan System Dry Kiln represents the adaptation of the latest ideas upon 
the subject of lumber drying. Its simplicity and efficiency account for its extensive 
adoption. 




BUFFALO 



B" VOLUME EXHAUSTER, DRAWING 
THROUGH HEATER. 




BUFFALO STEEL PLATE PULLEY EXHAUST FAN, DRAWING THROUGH HEATER. 



586 



CRAWLEY. & JOHNSTON. 



STANDARD STEEL PLATE FANS. 




These fans are constructed of 
heavy steel plate and are reinforced 
at the base with angle irons, while 
the sides of sheet steel are also rigidly 
braced and stiffened. The wheels 
are built of heavy steel plate with 
heavy wrought-iron spiders, and are 
strongly constructed and carefully 
balanced. 




BUFFALO STEEL PLATE FAN, BOTTOM HORIZON- BUFFALO STEEL PLATE PULLEY FAN, 
TAL DISCHARGE, FULL HOUSING TYPE. TOP HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE, 

FULL HOUSING TYPE. 



Price List Full. Housing Blowers and Exhausters. 



Size of Fan, 


Size of 


Diam.of 


Pulleys 


Average 


Cu. Ft. Air 


Price of 


Inches 


Outlet 


Inlet 


Diam. 


Face 

7 


Speed 


at One Oz. Pres. 


Pulley Fan 


50 


18% x 18% 


24% 


9 


693 


11440 


% 110.00 


60 


22% x 22% 


26% 


10 


8 


650 


16120 


140.00 


70 


26 x26 


34% 


11 


9 


509 


22880 


380.00 


80 . 


29% x 29% 


39% 


12 


10 


426 


30160 


240.00 


100 


37% x 37% 


45% 


16 


12 


340 


48360 


400.00 


110 


41 x41 


51% 


18 


13 


307 


58240 


500.00 


120 


44% x 44% 


54-% 


20 


14 


280 


69680 


650 00 


130 


48% x 48% 


61 


21 


15 


263 


82160 


800.00 


140 


52% x 52% 


64% 


24 


16 


248 


95160 


1000.00 


150 


56 x56 


69% 


26 


17 


227 


109200 


1250.00 


160 


59% x 59% 


74% 


28 


18 


209 


124800 


1500.00 


170 


63% x 63% 


79 


30 


19 


197 


140920 


1700.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



587 



STEEL PLATE ENGINE FANS. 



The upper illustration 
shows a right-hand, top hor- 
izontal discharge fan, with 
hand wheel and enclosed 
engine. 

The lower illustration is 
of a right-hand, bottom hor- 
izontal discharge fan, with 
engine of the single vertical 
type. This engine is espe- 
cially designed and adapted 
for fan driving, and has the 
cylinder below the shaft. 




These fans are built 
of any desired capac- 
ity or to discharge in 
any direction, and are 
extensively used for 
mechanical draft. 

The steel plate sides 
of the fan, as well as 
the base, are re-in- 
forced with angle i ron . 
Overhung wheels and 
water-cooled bearings 
may be supplied if 
desired. 



588 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



STEEL PLATE ENGINE FANS. 



The illustrations 
of these pages show 
fans of various types 
built for different 
requirements. A 
knowledge of the 
conditions and work 
to be performed is 
required to deter- 
mine the size and 
type necessary. In 
design, material and 
workmanship, they 
are strictly modern 
products. 





Buffalo Steel Plate Fans 
with Buffalo heaters are used 
for drying fruit, wool, cotton, 
grain, leather, glue, tobacco, 
jute, fibrous material, lumber 
and brick. Buffalo fans are 
employed in the best modern 
heating and ventilating 
plants, for producing forced 
and induced draft, and for 
conveying light materials. 

The two fans of this page 
are both of the full housing 
type, the first an up-blast fan 
with upright cross-compound 
engine, and the second a bot- 
tom horizontal discharge fan 
with standard Buffalo Single 
Vertical Engine. 



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CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



589 



STEEL PLATE ENGINE FANS. 



Buffalo Steel Plate Fans are 
adapted to ventilating and dry- 
ing purposes They are provided 
with standard Buffalo oil-ring 
bearings, and may be run by pul- 
ley or direct connected to a 
Buffalo Horizontal or Vertical 
Engine or to a standard motor. 

In the majority of applica- 
tions of large steel plate fans for 
any service, much can be gained 
in convenience of arrangement 
by three-quarter housing form. 
These fans show a uniform ratio 
of proportion, dimensions and 
capacities existing throughout 
all sizes. Fans of no other man- 
ufacture show r like regularity in 
construction details. 






THREE-QUARTER HOUSING 
FAN TYPES. 



590 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



PLANING MILL EXHAUST FANS. 



These fans have been- especially designed 
for exhausting saw-dust, shavings, dust, 
and other light material, and are also largely 
employed for conveying cotton, wool, spent 
tanbark, etc. They are strongly built of 
steel plate, with overhung wheels, ring oil- 
ing bearings and heavy cast-iron bearing 
standards. The proportions of these fans 
render their efficiency of the highest. 





BUFFALO SINGLE PLANING MILL 

EXHAUSTER. 

BOTTOM HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE. 



BUFFALO DOUBLE PLANING MILL EXHAUSTER. 
TOP HORIZONTAL DISCHARGE. 



Single Fans-Price List and Dimensions. 



Size. 


Outside 

•Diameter of 

Inlet 


Outside Size 
of Outlet. 


Single Fan Pulleys. 


Price of 


Diameter. 1 Face. 


Single Fans. 


30-inch 


im 


9% x 9% 


6 


4% 


% 55.00 


35 " 


13% 


H^ x 11% 


7 


5% 


70.00 


40 " 


15% 


13% x 13% 


8 


6 


90.00 


45 " 


16% 


15 xl5 


9 


6% 


115.00 


50 " 


19 


16^ x 16% 


10 


7 


150.00 


55 «■ 


20% 


18% x 18% 


11 1 8 


185.00 


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22% 


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11% 9 


200.00 


3034 


2234 x 22% 


12 10 


250.00 


80 " 


26 x26 


14 io% 


300.00 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



591 



STEEL PRESSURE BLOWERS. 



The manner in which Buf- 
falo Steel Pressure Blowers 
are constructed and in which 
the bearings are affixed, adapt 
the machine for standing up 
under continuous high-pres- 
sure service. The solid pe- 
ripheral shell, with the side 
plates securely fastened 
thereto, allows a tight fit to 
be made, resulting in a blower 
of maximum strength and 
rigidity. The leng, adjust- 
able bearings of the standard 
Buffalo cil ring-type are so 
carried as to preclude incor- 
rect alignment. 

Buffalo Steel Pressure 
Blowers may be furnished 

with adjustable beds, and 
countershafts and may be 
jjW arranged for driving by belt, 
|^P^^ engine or motor. They are 
especially adapted for cupalo 
blast service. 

BUFFALO STEEL PRESSURE BLOWER, 
ADJUSTABLE ON BED WITH TELESCOPIC MOUTH PIECE. 

Price. List of Blowers With Adjustable Beds and Countershafts. 




Number 
of Blower 


Outside 


Pulleys 


Price of 


Price with Bed 


Price with Bed 


Diameter 






Blower 


but without 


and with 


of Outlet 


Diameter 


Face 


Only 


Countershaft 


Countershaft. 


6 


6^ 


334 


$ 55.00 


$ 90.00 


$120.00 


i 


~% 





4K 
4K 


70.00 


100.00 


135.00 


8 


m 


6 


90.00 


130.00 


175.G0 


9 


10 


7 


5 


115.00 


170 00 


230.00 


10 


12-4 
14^| 


■ 8 


Wa 


160.00 


265.00 


350.00 


11 


9 


&A 


225.00 


330.00 


435.00 


ny 2 


IVi 


10 


7 


275 00 


38000 


500.00 


12 


18 


10 


8 


325.00 


475.00 


625.00 



592 



CRAWLEY & JOHNSTON. 



B" VOLUME BLOWERS AND EXHAUSTERS. 

Buffalo "B" Volume Blowers are 
adapted for work requiring large vol- 
umes of air at moderate pressures. For 
blowing forge fires, puddling, heating 
and boiler furnaces they ar