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[TCML] RE: large TC capacitors (fwd)

Hi folks.  

I'm sure some of you might find this interesting.  Please contact him
directly as he is not on the list as he says.


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Tue, 24 Nov 2009 09:26:02 -0500
From: Randy Burk <rburk@xxxxxxxxxx>
To: 'Chip Atkinson' <chip@xxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: RE: large TC capacitors


I think the length would be about 5' tall.

I'm not on your list at this time.  I just don't have enough spare
time to work on coiling at this time.  Hopefully when I retire
I'll get back into it.  You can post to the list and have those
interested contact me by e-mail or phone:  419-435-0753.
I would like to know ASAP if anyone is interested in them.  The
T&D people will probably be removing them from the site in the 
Next couple of weeks.  Thanks.


-----Original Message-----
From: Chip Atkinson [mailto:chip@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, November 24, 2009 8:58 AM
To: Randy Burk
Subject: Re: large TC capacitors

Hi Randy.

Those look really cool.  I know that potential transformers are always in
demand and everyone's always looking for capacitors.  

Are you on the list?  If not, I"m happy to post to the list and have
people contact you directly.  

Can you tell me about how tall they are?  680lbs would lead me to believe
about 6'.

Anyway, yes, I'm sure there would be great interest by at least a few on
the list.


On Mon, 23 Nov 2009, Randy Burk wrote:

> Chip,
> I work at a nuclear power plant in NW Ohio.  Recently we replaced several
> CCPD (Coupling Capacitor Potential Devices) in our switchyard.  These
> devices consist of a high voltage capacitor stack with a potential
> transformer at the base.  I've taken the PTs for my own future use.  I was
> checking with you to see if you know of anyone who might be interested in
> these capacitors.  They are very large and probably only a limited group
> coilers would be able to handle them.  But I know there are some very
> serious coilers out there with plenty of resources.  I'm attaching a
> of pictures to give you an idea of what they are like.  The capacitor
> nameplate data is slightly different for each of them but here is an
> example:
> Max Oper Voltage - 105 kV
> MFD - .012 or .153 depending on which terminals are used
> Weight - 680 lbs.
> I can send more specific specs if there is interest.  
> Some of the units also have corona rings attached.  I didn't measure the
> dimensions of the corona rings.  But I can get them if needed.
> Randy 

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