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Nickel or stainless devices #206390
06/26/12 09:03 PM
06/26/12 09:03 PM
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falcondfb  Offline OP
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does anyone know who makes nickel or stainless steal looking devices. I need decora style receptacles, single pole and 3 way's, dimmers, phone, cable. Plates all around. I found some on Pass & Seymour but not everything I need. Nothing on Leviton or Lutron. Any suggestions would be appriciated.

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Re: Nickel or stainless devices [Re: falcondfb] #206391
06/26/12 10:40 PM
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If you deal with a local electrical supply house, they should have availability or be able to order your plates from Mulberry Metal Products (Mfg).

SS satin, SS polished, SS 304, etc were all 'stock'; and any configuration usually can be special ordered.

Try Cooper Electric Supply, Samson, etc.


John
Re: Nickel or stainless devices [Re: falcondfb] #206395
06/27/12 03:54 PM
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I am pretty sure you cannot buy devices with conductive finishes and especially receptacles. Even plastic with a chrome finish could be conductive and you would short out the receptacle just by inserting a plug. Now metal cover plates are certainly available and maybe even some switches but not outlets.

Re: Nickel or stainless devices [Re: falcondfb] #206396
06/27/12 09:38 PM
06/27/12 09:38 PM
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falcon:

Hey, sorry for the mis-info in my post. I thought you were looking for SS plates.



John

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