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Never been used before Flow-Scales. Bought back in 2016 and was never installed. This system consists of 3x Flow-Scales and can be used in association with a chain disk system, or any other type of grain feeding system. The purpose of the Flowscale is to accurately measure the weight of the desired grain. With the 3 you can set up a distinct scenario where you had 3 different varieties of grain to measure. FLOW SALES x3 (BAG STAND METERING) -5" FlowScale, Continuous Flow Weigh Auger, (Flow Rate 400-5500#/hr) -Proximity Sensor for inlet hopper and/or discharge plen
We are selling our proofing tank. It is a great, easy-to-use setup. The sale includes a 480 gallon single wall stainless tank with 1.5" sanitary drain and valve, a GSE 335 digital readout with a relay (to turn water on/off), and 4x 2,500 lb load cells. We currently weight out to 0.01 but that can be adjusted for your preferred resolution. $3,500 F.O.B Columbia, Illinois 62236 For more info, please email adam dot stumpf at stumpysspirits dot com
The code isn't clear enough for this guy - there appears to be a requirement to both weigh OR measure the flow of bulk spirits through pipes for tax determination, but since we want to get our application right the first time I wanted to be certain. Flow meter OR scale tank Flow meter AND scale tank
Does anyone know if you can use weigh spirits in tanks above 55 gallons or 110 gallons on a scale upon which the tank is not permanently mount? The cfr 19.183 has me a bit confused on this. It almost sounds like to weigh out spirit for tax determination you would need a tank on load cells if above 55 gallons. I have been using a quantities below this up to now, but would love to bottle out of a 270 gallon tote and would like to just put the tote on a floor scale but I can't quite determine if this is allowed. It reads to me like it isn't but I would think it should be. Any insight would be