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#14814 - 10/02/02 06:50 PM Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
Chris Rudolph  Offline
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I am rewiring an old barn complete with milking parlor,it is kind of unique,with the smells,cow, chicken,goat and bat crap, etc.
The owner wants me to install outdoor fixtures over several of the barn doors.He wants the old style,12 or 14 inch green shade on the top ,white inside,single incandescent bulb that hangs or mounts on the vertical wall by means of a metal pipe conduit.
I have looked at the local electrical suppliers(small town)but could not find what the owner wants.Any suggestions?
Chris


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#14815 - 10/02/02 07:04 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
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( ah...that 'farm' smell... [Linked Image]


Chris,
it may be hard to find something antiquated that would pass 547.8......


#14816 - 10/02/02 07:48 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
txsparky  Offline
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Those type fixtures are still available.
I see them all the time at themed restaraunts such as Steakhouses.(new construction) You will probably have to search lighting specialty store catalogs to find what your looking for.


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#14817 - 10/02/02 07:51 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
Chris Rudolph  Offline
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Sparky,
I left my latest NEC in Fl.Is the incandescent bulb the issue with 547.8?
Chris


#14818 - 10/02/02 08:10 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
nesparky  Offline
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547.8 deals with (A)entrance of dust, (B) protection from physical damage, and (C) exposed to water.
Don't know of any open bulb fixtures that would meet those requirements


ed

#14819 - 10/02/02 08:10 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
arseegee  Offline
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Chris you're looking for a RLM fixture. Go to www.baselite.com or www.abolite.com

[This message has been edited by arseegee (edited 10-02-2002).]


#14820 - 10/02/02 09:19 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
HotLine1  Offline


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Chris:
Hubbel Lighting has a fixture that will suit your needs.
Once upon a time it was in the WW Grainger catalog, I don't know if it still is.
You can access Hubbel Lighting on the net.
John


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#14821 - 10/02/02 09:23 PM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
Bjarney  Offline
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Smoot-Holman and Benjamin were US manufacturers of these. I do not know if either is still in business.

A term for this construction is "porcelain glazed."




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#14822 - 10/03/02 06:38 AM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
TE  Offline
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Try Rejuvenation Lighting / San Francisco


#14823 - 10/03/02 06:45 AM Re: Where can I find a old style light fixture?  
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good links arseegee, this looks like a fashion/function compromise....
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Chris, here it it..

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547.8 Luminaires (Lighting Fixtures).
Luminaires (lighting fixtures) shall comply with the following.
(A) Minimize the Entrance of Dust. Luminaires (lighting fixtures) shall be installed to minimize the entrance of dust, foreign matter, moisture, and corrosive material.
(B) Exposed to Physical Damage. Any luminaire (lighting fixture) that may be exposed to physical damage shall be protected by a suitable guard.
(C) Exposed to Water. A luminaire (fixture) that may be exposed to water from condensation, building cleansing water, or solution shall be watertight.


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