Troy Gas Light Company
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The Troy Gas Light Company was a gas lighting company in Troy, New York, United States. The Troy Gasholder Building is one of only ten or so remaining examples of a type of building that was common in Northeastern urban areas during the 19th century.〔(Historic Documentation on the Troy Gasholder Building )〕 It was designed by Frederick A. Sabbaton who was a prominent gas engineer in New York State. Originally sheltering a telescoping iron storage tank for coal gas, the brick gasholder house is an imposing structure from a significant period in the history of Troy. For twenty-seven years the company held a monopoly on the manufacture of illuminating gas in the city.〔(【引用サイトリンク】title= Troy Gas Light Company )〕
The Troy gasholder was a telescoping two-lift type. Its top section had a diameter of and a height of . The lower section, of the telescoping lift, had a diameter of 101 feet, 6 inches, and a height of . The gas storage capacity was of gas. The weight of the gasholder provided pressure for the distribution of gas in the supply mains. The Troy gasholder pressure was 4½ inches of water column. The pressure was measured in inches, in terms of a height of column of water, because the pressure was too low to measure in the more conventional pounds per square inch.
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