ST-6100-6499

(Other non traditional styles)
ST-6100
ST-6100
ST-6100
Size: Unknown
Example in Photo: Coke Bottle
Photo Credit: Cecil Munsey
Notes: Interesting story on these. They use coke bottles as insulators during WWII!. Check out the article from the Summer 2013 Drip Points Magazine for the interesting story on these.
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ManufacturerInsulator MarkingsCap MarkingsColorCountry
UnknownLight AquaUSA
ST-6101
ST-6101
ST-6101
Size: 117mm (4.625”)
Example in Photo: Hemingray CD 281, High Voltage No 2
Photo Credit: Tracy Schaff
Notes: This is a streetlight hanger insulator. It uses a standard Hemingray CD 281 glass pin type insulator.
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ManufacturerInsulator MarkingsCap MarkingsColorCountry
HemingrayUses standard CD 281 Hemingray Insulator1073893AquaUSA
ST-6225/ST-6225A
ST-6225
ST-6225
ST-6225A
ST-6225A
Size (ST-6225 Top): 292mm (11.5”)
Size (ST-6225A Bottom): 304mm (12”)
Example in Photo: Locke (Fred Locke Attic Dig)
Photo Credit: Ken Willick
Notes: Incredibly fragile design. This is the only remaining unit. Be sure to look at the patent to see how this was used!
Patent: 1,608,029 - Patented Nov. 23, 1926
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ManufacturerInsulator MarkingsColorCountry
ST-6225 (Top) No Name (Locke)Redish BrownUSA
ST-6225A (Bottom) No Name (Locke)BrownUSA
NO ST-Number
ST-NA-1
ST-NA-1
Size: 127mm (5”)
Example in Photo: FIL (Italy)
Photo Credit: Tracy Schaff
Notes: This is a salesman sample for FIL Discs. Being a promotional item and not a production insulator, it dose not have a ST-Number. But it is a cool item so is shown here.
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ManufacturerInsulator MarkingsCap MarkingsColorCountry
FIL(Under-glaze Ink) FILFIL / ITALIALight BrownItaly