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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Rich Feldman
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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?
All models are wrong; some models are useful. -- George Box

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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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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by seamus sullivan » Thu Nov 21, 2019 4:57 pm

wound the 1.6 transformer be sutible for a demofusor?
no deuterium, just the plasma?
thinking of buying it.
let me know if you know the answer.

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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Bob Reite » Thu Nov 21, 2019 11:19 pm

Item # 1.6 would be fine for a demo fusor.
The more reactive the materials, the more spectacular the failures.
The testing isn't over until the prototype is destroyed.

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Re: Luke Harrill's Trading Post

Post by Keelan » Fri May 08, 2020 10:19 pm

Hello
Did you per chance sell that neon transformer, or do you still have it? thinking of buying it and just wondered what you were thinking as far as price. Thanks!

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