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Old 10-06-2010, 03:28 AM   #1
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I'm resurrecting this thread, all listed and pictured are available at the listed prices.

Full Disclosure: All small Hoffman boxes that were painted blue have been sandblasted back to primer. The big ones are still blue (They don't fit in my blast cabinet!)

I'll start with the enclosures:

(2 available) Hoffman C-SD20208 - $75.00 Each (1 SPF)
Steel 20x20x8 NEMA enclosure - Hinged door w/seal, screwdriver lock, and mounting panel inside. Excellent condition, only one hole in the door! Painted blue.



(1 Available) Hoffman A-1008CHQR - SOLD
Steel 10x8x4 NEMA enclosure - Hinged door w/seal, and mounting panel. Hasp closure. Excellent condition, painted blue.

(1 Available) Hoffman A-1008LP - $25.00
Steel 10x8x4 NEMA enclosure - Non-hinged (Comes off) door w/seal. Screw closure. Excellent condition, painted blue.

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What does the primary pressure gauge on the tank tell us? That's right, the temperature. Put it on a scale if you want to know how much is in it...
Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!

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(3 Available) Unknown - $45.00 Each
Steel 12x18x7 hinged, locking panel (No key! Remove the lock or find a new one) w/9x15.5 perforated mounting panel (These are great - Sheet metal screws go right in for mounting!)


(3 Available) Hubbel HBLDS3 - $40.00 Each
30 Amp Disconnect - Only 1 conduit knocked out on the cases.


(5 Available) IDEC LT1A - $35.00 Each
3-Tier Stack Light (120 Volt lamps and fuse)


(12 Available) IDEC SSU-MR-601/T - $10.00 Each
24v AC/DC trigger, 125vdc 10 amp load SPDT relay module



(2 Available) Allen-Bradley Guardmaster Prosafe key switch - $75.00 Each (I know, but they are $300 new!)
The coolest switch I've ever seen...
Use it to make beer, or launch the nuclear missals

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Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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I also have a metric crap-ton of Allen-Bradley 31.5mm push-buttons, switches, lights, and E-Stop buttons, as well as DIN rail and DIN mount fuse holders.

If there's anything else you're looking for for your e-rig, shoot me a PM. I've got just about everything I need to build 7 or 8 electric breweries, except for SSRs and elements.

I'm open for full or partial trades, too! - Pt100's, SSRs, PIDs, and especially a BCS or BrewTroller. Roller mill (Bare or built), stir plate/flasks, and pumps (Specifically (2) 220v March pumps, for which I'd partially trade a brand new 110v March 809 )
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Put some duct tape over the gauge - Or better yet - Replace the high pressure gauge with a plug - High pressure gauges are useless!
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Bump - Scut: Sent the shipping quote for the 20x20x8!

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Any picts or prices on the selectors and lights?
Thanks,
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I'm looking for indicator lights all 120v. I'd like 2 blue 2 yellow 1 red and 1 green or something similar (ie 2grn 2red). I'm also looking for 2 25amp 240volt SSR's. Let me know what you have, thanks.

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Let me know what you have in switches, and E-Stop buttons. I need one E-Stop button and three toggle switches for my E-brewery build.

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