Luke Harrill's Trading Post

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Luke Harrill
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Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Luke Harrill » Thu Mar 28, 2019 6:00 pm

General Information:
-Listings below here will be numbered to aid in updating this post.
-I am willing to ship the vast majority of what I have listed. Everything will be sent from the Gaffney/Spartanburg area of SC.
-Local pickup can be arranged if you are in the area.
-Payments I will accept are Paypal, certified checks, trades, and cash.
-Contact me by replying to this listing, PM, email, or through text/call (phone number is sent on request only).
-If you don't see/like a price, just ask.
-If you would like to see if I have something not listed, just ask.
-If you want more photos/details, just ask!

Luke Harrill
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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Luke Harrill » Thu Mar 28, 2019 6:45 pm

For Sale Listing #1
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Ebay Store Coming Soon!
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#1.1 Welch 1397.
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#1.2 Welch 1400.
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#1.3 Braided 36" long SS hose. Conflat (2.75") to compression fitting (1.5").
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#1.4 Conflat (2.75") 4-way cross.
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#1.5 Conflat (2.75") 2 pipe feed through. Both pipes have swagelok connectors on each end.
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#1.6 Neon sign transformer 15kv 60mA.
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#1.7 Two section, steel case capacitor rated at 80kvdc and 2x 0.01uF. This could be taken appart to make a nice HV feedthrough...
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#1.8 Rotating anode, 125kv x-ray head. Tested and fully working.
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#1.9 NOS DeJur mA meter. Model 310, 0-800 mA DC, in box.
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#1.10 NOS DeJur mA meter. Model 310, 0-800 mA DC, in box.
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#1.11 NOS DeJur mA meter. Model 310, 0-800 mA DC, in box.
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#1.12 CKD vacuum-rated solenoid valve HVB112-6N-5
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#1.13 Whitey SS 43S4-A right-angle ball valve with Swagelok connectors.
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#1.14 Swagelok B-4P4T ball valve.
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#1.15 Kofloc right-angle, precision needle valve. Model 2412L S1.
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#1.16 Federal Signal model 7 siren.
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#1.17 Conflat 1.33" to 2.75" adapter.
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#1.18 Conflat 1.33" to 2.75" adapter.
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#1.19 CKC vacuum-rated solenoid valve USG2-X0170.
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#1.20 CKC vacuum-rated solenoid valve USB3-6-1

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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Rich Feldman » Sun Mar 31, 2019 5:13 pm

Good luck with your sale, Luke.

Re. your 1.7 comment:
It'd be shame to destroy a big 80 kV capacitor to get its fluted HV bushings. :-) Anybody know if such things are naturally vacuum-tight?
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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Luke Harrill » Sun Mar 31, 2019 7:11 pm

Thank you, Rich!

Yes, the ceramic to metal seals on many of such capacitors are vacuum tight. Specifically the hermetically sealed, oil-filled ones with a steel case. My current feedthrough is made from a NOS one that was intended to go on a 60kv capacitor. I purchased it from Richard Hull a while back, and that information that was bestowed upon me. It has served me well thus far, and has already been pushed beyond the maximum rating.

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