St Mary's
Parish Church of Caynham
Shropshire



Caynham is a small village in south Salop. St Mary's is a small, charming old-world
type of church that dates back to the 12th Century during the reign of
King Henry II. It is a Grade II* Listed building. The Chancel was rebuilt in 1885.





The original LPHW wet heating system is still extant, operational
and comprises cast iron pipework and box-ended pipe coil heaters.


6-pipe double row box-ended pipe coil heater.
The cast iron sockets are
bolted through the headers.
 


6-pipe double row box-ended pipe coil heater.
The cast iron sockets are bolted through the headers.


View of 4-pipe coil on side wall.

4-pipe cast iron pipe coils at low level on side wall.

4-bank pipe coils with socket & spigot bolted joints

4 pipe coils are double bended around the external wall


4-pipe double row box end heater with 4-cast iron pipe coil
connected to the side casing of the box header. Note the socket
& spigot joints are double bolted together to form the joint.  





NOVEMBER  2014