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Porcelain Insulators from Germany

Germany made use of both glass and porcelain insulators, but porcelain was primary.  These insulators are identified by U-numbers, but in the range of 1000-3999.  The link below is for the reference book that covers these insulators.

Worldwide Porcelain Insulators (Unipart Pin Types)

Insulators from Germany

U-1221

U-1136

U-1181

U-1218

U-1225

U-1228

U-1244

U-1245

U-1258

U-1268

U-1269

U-1271

U-1271B

U-1273

U-1274

U-1278

U-1284

U-1351

U-1393

U-1422

U-1510

U-1540

U-1558

U-1606

U-1615

U-1631

U-1652

U-1690

U-1692

U-1705

U-1732

U-1735

U-1735A

U-1743

U-1754

U-1755

U-1775

U-1811

U-1813

U-1814

U-1814A

U-1814B

U-1852

U-1855A

U-1875

U-1889

U-1890

U-1895

U-1898

U-1942

U-1942A

U-1942C

U-2013

U-2027

U-2032A

U-2064A

U-2066B

U-2094B

U-2121

U-2135

U-2138

U-2140

U-2145

U-2215

U-2230

U-2253

U-2257

U-2261

U-2263

U-2263A

U-2265

U-2273

U-2279

U-2289

U-2290

U-2290A

U-2290B

U-2294

U-2294A

U2294B

U-2312

U-2321

U-2460

U-2525

U-2531

U-2780

U-2850

U-2877

U-2888

U-2889

U-2890

U-2903

U-2978

U-3051

U-3060

U-3083

U-3088

U-3095

U-3097

U-3108

U-3132

U-3142

The insulators below are Multiparts - these are made with two or more porcelain shells cemented together

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