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    head distiller, R&D, recipe formulation, equipment design

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  1. *** I'm merely helping a friend try to solve an issue here, DM me so I can answer questions regarding the setup and options available. Regarding any actual sales, I will redirect you to the company selling the system/parts*** Basically decisions were made to buy a system early in planning. After some turmoil regarding the facility, it was decided that, due to multiple other factors, it would be best to sell this set up. I have actually built a system for a client almost identical and can attest to its versatility and overall awesomeness. Alternately, the option of picking up just the kettle is on the table. In parts is being considered, but that is out of my hands and questions regarding that will be forwarded to the owner. Be aware this is all brand new, unopened-from-crate equipment so I wouldn't expect price breaks unless you have a hell of an offer. The current asking price is what was paid, which runs at $36,045 total, and the kettle/drain assembly $14,325. Shipping TBD obviously. DM me for serious questions regarding this. This is a 1000L STEAM space-saver kettle with a primary (8") 4 tee stainless column on the left and a by-passable (8") 12 tee glass column on the right (from what I can tell from the itemized list, grouped into a pair of 6 plate sections), both with Pro-Cap plates. This leads to the by-passable pro sized gin basket (12") set on a base and then to the pro size 4" shotgun condenser, also on a base. ***The schematic and picture I've included is of my older design. In this case, the full-stainless kettle has the aforementioned columns instead of what is pictured. The measurements and materials on the schematic do not reflect what is being sold, merely to give an idea of what the design looks like. Therefore, no copper where it isn't listed below. Being in-crate, this is the best I can do. Again, feel free to DM with questions*** The Itemized list is as follows: Kettle (1) 1000L Pot Belly Kettle - Steam Jacket - Stainless Steel - Double Dragon - Glass Manway - Agitator Kettle Drain Assembly (1) 4" 90 Bend (1) 4" x 20" TC Pipe (1) 4" Butterfly Valve (3) 4" Gasket (3) 4" Clamp Primary Column (1) 8"x 8" TC Pipe (4) 8" x 8" x 3" SGU (6" Tall) Tee w CIP (4) 8" ProCap Copper Plate (11 ProCaps per) (44) Copper ProCap (1) 8" Stainless Steel Dephlegmator (1) 8" x 2" SS Reducer with TC Thermometer Port (7) 8" HP Clamp (7) 8" Plate Gasket (4) 1.5" End Cap (4) 1.5" Clamp (4) 1.5" Gasket Secondary Glass Column (1) 8" Side Column Base SS (4) 8" Sight Tower Flange (6) 8" Glass Chimney (Pack of 2) (12) 8" ProCap Copper Plate (11 ProCaps per) (132) Copper ProCap - (11 per plate) (14) 8" Crystal Dragon Gasket (2) Custom Cut Rods and Bolts (1) 8" Stainless Steel Dephlegmator (1) 8" x 2" SS Reducer with TC Thermometer Port (5) 8" HP Clamp (5) 8" Plate Gasket Condenser/Piping (1) 4" Product Shotgun, Parrot, and Base (2) 2" 3-Way Valves (16) 2" HP Clamp (16) 2" Gasket (3) 2" SS 90 Bend (1) 2" SS Custom Piping Temperature Control (3) Sense - Digital Thermometer - Bluetooth (3) 2" TC x 1/2" Female Thread Thermowell Adapter (3) 2" Gasket (3) 2" HP Clamp Gin Basket/Piping (1) 12" Botanical Chamber, Basket and Stand (1) 2" Stainless Steel Piping & Clamps (2) 2" 3-Way Valves (8) 2" HP Clamp (8) 2" Gasket Shipping: TBD 1000L Baine Marie distiller with Gin basket-Model (2).pdf
  2. Did anyone receive any kind of correspondence from these people?
  3. sent email, apparently you can't receive messages here. that must be annoying.

  4. I'll take the xpress-fill if it's available? killdevilluke@gmail.com
  5. What options do you have available for reconditioned chillers?

  6. Let me know if you can source them and if so what size/quantity. Cheers
  7. Due to a change of plan from one of my clients, the guys at Still Dragon North America now have one of their 2000L (17 BBL) steam jacket mash tuns for sale at a 15% discount. This takes the total to approximately $15300, which is basically a steal for equipment of that size in perfect condition. The piece ships out from Riviera Beach, Fl, which the buyer will have to pay. I can answer any questions regarding specs beyond those provided and extra pictures if need be. Luke@killdevilspiritco.com. Cheers 2000L steam jacket False bottom Rake system 4" drain Spray ball Adapter for auger
  8. Due to a change of plan from one of my clients, the guys at Still Dragon North America and I now have one of their 2000L (17 BBL) steam jacket mash tuns for sale at a 15% discount. This takes the total to approximately $15300, which is basically a steal for equipment of that size. The piece ships out from Riviera Beach, Fl, which the buyer will have to pay. I can answer any questions regarding specs beyond those provided if need be. Cheers 2000L steam jacket False bottom Rake system 4" drain Spray ball Adapter for auger
  9. Lots of talk about all this recently, sodium bi-carb works but sodium carbonate works faster. Let rest for a few days for creased results seemed to be the consensus but not required. Definitely add to low wines, esterification occurs in reflux and gets mostly discarded as heads... Your cut will decide the amount leaked in. Tackling the cause prior will reduce esterification and thus, less overall heads. The actual route is bacteria in the fermentation if you want to get down with some antibiotics. You don't want be adding stuff post distillation imo. There is an enormous ongoing thread on the topic on the stilldragon forum I highly suggest reading. It will fill in where I have jumped around
  10. In my opinion it makes more sense to redirect, and if they're closed off they aren't going to get any hotter so no temperature or pressure increase. The agitator is only really necessary until a rolling boil is reached in a jacketed system, after that you have the turbulence from the boil. It will cut boil up time before pulling too
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