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  1. Hey David, you are correct it is set up for an 8" tri clamp style column. I will be in touch tomorrow to discuss the panel and any other questions Thanks
  2. Price drop, let me know if there are any questions Thanks
  3. Sent you a PM Red Pine. To those wondering about his questions i need to recheck but i'm pretty sure about the components being UL listed. The panel has not been inspected but my plan was to have it inspected after i installed it when that was still my plan.
  4. Still available, let me know if you have any questions
  5. Sorry for the late reply, yes Still Dragon offers a wide array of column choices that integrate well with this unit. check them out here (FYI the top flange on this boiler is 8" but could be adapted down for a slower take off rate if that's required) Sent you a message with my phone number to coordinate a time for you to come look at it. Thanks
  6. Yes, it has a drain for the jacket that would allow condensate return to your boiler. Let me know if you have any other questions! Thanks
  7. Still available, now accepting offers of any amount for consideration at this point. Thanks
  8. Just 25 minutes outside of Charlottesville let me know if you're interested to see it in person
  9. Price Drop. Had some local interest that didn't pan out, the unit is still available for sale and shipment. Thanks Cameron
  10. Still available, PM with any questions or offers Thanks Cameron
  11. Price drop, $8500 for the boiler $2000 for the panel Both the controller and boiler are still available.
  12. It was made by Stilldragon and has a working capacity of 100 gallons. Max volume is 130 and it has a jacket capacity of 30 gallons iirc.
  13. It has been some time since i assembled this controller, but with the amount of interest i will dig it out from storage and get reacquainted with it. From memory, 5 of the ssr's on the bottom are for switching one leg of a 240v heating element and the sixth one and one of the upper ones are for both legs of the agitator motor. The remaining one at the top left is for the dephlegmator 110v solenoid valve control. The remaining black dc ssr on the upper right is for the actual control switching of the heating elements ssr's. The PID's only have the current to control 3ish ssr's if memory serves me right.
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