Deane Steam Pump Company.
The Deane Steam Pump Company of Holyoke, Mass., had several of their pumps In the told storage warehouse, which was destroyed by tire. In the boiler house are two duplex with seven and one-half inch steam cylinders, four and onehalf inch plungers, and ten-inch stroke. In the power plant arc two air and circulating pumps with sixteen-inch air, water and steam cylinders and sixteen-inch stroke, each in connection with a Wainwright surface condenser. The combination is very complete, making a neat arrangement. They have also a Deane condensing apparatus on a McIntosh & Seymour engine, the apparatus consisting of a vacuum pump with an eight-inch steam cylinder, a twelve-inch water cylinder and twelve-inch stroke. The company had, we believe, nine pumps In the cold storage warehouse—seven pumping brine and water, and two feeding boilers against 300 pounds pressure.