Need help on ID'ing a old brass nozzle

Discussion in 'Metalware' started by Noah Tye, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. Noah Tye

    Noah Tye New Member

    Hello antiquers community,


    I've been chasing a brass nozzle for sometime, trying to see different makes and models to match its characteristics; haven't had much success.

    It's from the 1960's or 70's I believe, or atleast that's when the photos were taken. Paired with it, a part I was able to identify (the white/silverish rod mounted with that the red wire attaches to), which is a electrode for a gas oven.

    I've speculated it's part of a propane torch, or some welding tool that gives out fumes so the electrode can spark and ignite the vapor

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    I wish I knew more, really. It looks very similar to a more modern Megacrimp hydraulic hose coupling; just more narrow.

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    If there is anything else you notice that you may recognize, like the " 8 " shaped looking mounts they feed through, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thank you in advanced for your time and I look forward to discussing this further with more than two eyes!

    - Noah
     
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  2. sabre123

    sabre123 Well-Known Member

    Christmasjoy and i need help like this.
  3. Jeff Drum

    Jeff Drum Well-Known Member

    Sorry but I have to ask (you don't have to answer). It sounds like you don't have this in your possession but only have some old (highly magnified) photos. What led you to try to figure out what this is - is it from an old family photo or ???
     

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