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Price Reduction: Moving - Mash Tun/Cooker and Portable Boiler Room for Sale

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Another price drop!  The Mash Tun is sold, but the mobile boiler room is still available.  We're ready to make a deal!

We're expanding and rationalizing our equipment holdings.  Please PM me with inquiries.  (Sorry about some of the inverted pics.  I can email them if wanted.)

 

Mobile Boiler Room

The mobile boiler room is a completely piped and wired boiler room and could be hooked up to a facility and producing steam in about a day. Once in place, either inside or outside a facility, all that is required is a water, electrical, gas and condensate return hookups and its ready to go. It contains a 22 hp Columbia boiler that can be fired with propane or natural gas along with blow down tanks, condensate return and electrical. It is housed in a 20 foot container and has never been used. $50,000  $33,000 $21,000

 

Mash Tun/Cooker

300 mash tun/cooker build by Spokane Industries. Comes with stairs, mixer, false bottle and steam injection ring for even heating of mash. Lightly used and in perfect condition. Sold.

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Another Price Drop! Lets find the clearing price for this!

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what is the total dimensions of that boiler room conex?

How many output btu's is the boiler?

 

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Standard 20ft container, 8ftw, 8.5ft h, 20ft long.

693,000 Btu output

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can I get the model number of the boiler please? I need to see if it meets code in Texas

 

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I know its July, but winter is coming... Get your boiler now!

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The boiler is the WL-60 and the link to the spec sheet is above. Its set up for natural gas but can be converted to propane. 

 

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two more questions:

is it low nox?

is it tubeless?

 

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Is it CGA and CSA/ULC certified for use in Canada??

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