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Re: 50 Variacs 7.8 KW each FOR SALE
Original poster: Vardan <vardan01@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I am not sure a small wash in dirty water will hurt a variac
much. We had some get flooded and a good hosing seems to fix them
right up. I would think a car wash would be perfect. There might be
a few steel parts that could use either wire brushing or replacement
and some aluminum white corrosion, but all the important stuff should
be pretty water resistant. A good cleaning, drying, and some lube...
Don't sand paper the winding contact surfaces! Polish them with
brass polish only as needed. The surfaces are plated and you don't
want to chew the surface up much. Brass polish makes them mirror
smooth with minimal harm to the plating ;-)
At 09:44 PM 4/28/2006, you wrote:
where did you get all of the variacs from?? New Orleans, ? flood
damaged items? I did notice that the original pix were pretty much
coated with sediment... :)
Im pretty much experienced in flood damaged items ;) since Katrina
your pixs look exaclty like my 1256D's look like since Katrina... :)
btw once again for all those who helped thank you....
Tesla list wrote:
Original poster: gary350@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Here is a 6 stack variac 490 volts 28 amps each.
There are 6 sets of 3 stack variacs each 490 volts 28 amps.
There are 3 metal cabnets, 1 cabnet is rated 440 KW at 492 volts.
1 is rated 48KW 108 amps at 499 volts.
1 is rated 35KW 490 volts.