GALLERY: Vintage HVAC Advertisements, 1930

GALLERY: Vintage HVAC Advertisements, 1930

Advertisements from 1930, the second year of HPAC Engineering magazine, then called Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

High standards have always been mandatory for the heating, piping, and air-conditioning industry and for our magazine. Here is a sampling of ads from 1930 showing the importance of technical quality and those high standards.

 

McDonnell & Miller Boiler Feeders

McDonnell & Miller Boiler Feeders ad from the January 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock Company Inc.

Consolidated Ashcroft Hancock Company Inc. ad from the February 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

 

Grinnell Company Inc.

Grinnell Company Inc. ad from the March 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

King Union Company Inc.

King Union Company Inc. ad from the April 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

American District Steam Co.

American Disrtrict Steam Co. ad from the May 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

J.H. Williams & Co.

J.H. Williams & Co. ad from the June 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

York Heating and Ventilating Corp.

York Heating and Ventilating Corp. ad from the July 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

 

The Herman Nelson Corp.

The Herman Nelson Corp. ad from the August 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

General Electric

General Electric ad from the September 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

 

Cleghorn Co., C.S.B. Sprinkler Co., and Power Piping Co.

Cleghorn Co., C.S.B. Sprinkler Co., and Power Piping Co. ads from the October 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

Reading Pipe

Reading Pipe ad from the November 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

Westinghouse Electric

Westinghouse Electric ad from the December 1930 issue of Heating Piping and Air Conditioning.

 

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