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Old 04-06-2011, 05:39 AM   #1
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Default Wanted: 60 amp pin/sleeve (Receptacle/plug)

Looking for lockable, 60amp plug/receptacle. AKA - pin/sleeve. Similar or equal to Hubbell HBL460RS1W (receptacle) and HGL460PS1W (plug).

I want a used or scrap one since these are super moolah, big $$. Maybe the usual electrical cast-of-characters (Walker, Code Rage, BrewBeemer, Ohio Ed, Kal, etc.) have one laying around the coffee table and want to get rid of them?

These are also used on hospital equipment and some welding equipment. Any source info. would be mucho appreciated.

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Old 04-06-2011, 06:46 AM   #2
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Holy jeezus. You know you are serious when you are scouting hospital and welding equipments for parts. Air 5

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Old 04-06-2011, 11:41 PM   #3
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I bet Brewbeemer has one, or one similar yet superiour...likely he needs it for another project though...:

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Old 04-06-2011, 11:48 PM   #4
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I bet Brewbeemer has one, or one similar yet superiour...likely he needs it for another project though...:
Ya, something suspicious is going on. The "usual suspects" are quiet. BrewBeemer is probably dimming the lights on his house in case I make a visit!
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Ya, something suspicious is going on. The "usual suspects" are quiet. BrewBeemer is probably dimming the lights on his house in case I make a visit!
Aw come on guys I ain't that bad.
Sad news I only have one Killark 100 amp 3 wire 3 pin & sleeve 250 VDC / 600VAC plug & receptacle feeding my Miller 350 Tig no spares.
On lower amps down to one Crouse Hindes 3 wire 4 pin & sleeve 60 amp 250 VDC / 600 VAC plug & receptacle the same in 30 amp.
Had four more 60 amp pin & sleeve plug & recep sets I gave away two to friends sold the rest on ebay $100 a set.
Naval Western Fleet Refrigeration building was gutted in Alameda this at 1,100' long had 42 sets of 60 amp plugs & receptacles, again labors destroyed then for the scrap aluminum and brass.
Talking $250 to $325 value each plug or receptacle vs back into service like for us brewers or home emergency power backup with a TRANSFER SWITCH.
At least ten 225 & 500 KVA X-formers hacked up for copper by labors, they made on average $30 each. I carefully removed three 500 KVA after work, took the company flatbed and sold them to a electrical liquidator for a quick $1,000 in 2003.
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we have an electronic surplus in town ... maybe i can check if nobody on the board speaks up

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we have an electronic surplus in town ... maybe i can check if nobody on the board speaks up
"electronic surplus", I must question as most will handle computers, PC controlled equipment vs 1,200 to 2,500# equipment, I may be wrong?
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This requiring a boom truck to load and transport.
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Thanks BC, but I need 3P, 4W (2 hots, 1 neutral, and ground). That one is only 2 pin.

Oh well, off to stalk the salvage yards and talk to my distributors to see if they have any leads on where I can pick up some used ones.
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Sparky... Sorry I just saw this thread. Unfortunately I don't have one so can't help you out.

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