Canada Iron
Canron Inc.

Little is known about this hydrant company at this time. Canron Inc's origin traces back to the Radnor Foundry of Trois Rivieres, Québec, which was founded in 1854.

Spare parts are reported to be sold by a company called Hydra Tech Inc in Montreal. If you have information about these companies, please E-mail us.

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Identifying Characteristics: Dry barrel hydrant with 8 bolt ground line & bonnet flanges.

Date: 1965
Location: Longueuil, Quebec
Notes: Markings on hydrant: C1,TR, C61, 5, 150 PSI, 1965, ULC. The name Canada Iron is found atop the bonnet.
©2001 Martin Duchesne
see also a
bonnet close-up of this model
© 2002 Stuart Niven


Date: 1979
Location: Markham, Ontario
Notes: 5 bolt flange.
Markings on hydrant: Bottom of barrel has a letter T inside the letter C which is underneath the Canron logo. 5 150 <FM> 1979 (ULC)
Photo ©2001 Stuart Niven
Nozzles: 2x 2.5", 1x 4"
Date: ?
Location: Private Collection

©2003 Michael J Vacanti

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