Tyers Portable Furnace Nottingham Carrington

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  1. Taranvir Mathadu United Kingdom

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    Hi,

    New to this forum, was going through my garage and found one of these old burners lying in the back gathering dust.

    Does anyone know anything about it or the retail value now? If anyone was interested in collecting it from west London.

    Any help and info would be appreciated. Look forward to getting a response, happy to take more photos if required.

    Thanks Taran

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  2. presscall

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    @Taranvir Mathadu
    Welcome to CCS Taran.

    It’s a late model, propane-fuelled version of Tyers’ range of paraffin-fuelled plumbers’ furnaces used for melting lead and preparing tar for roofing jobs.

    HERE’s one of the paraffin versions.

    Value’s hard to say. Unless someone needs it to melt a lot of lead or tar, you’re relying on a collector taking a fancy to it. Given that most members here go for older, often much smaller, liquid-fuelled camp stoves, it doesn’t tick a lot of boxes.

    John