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Found 5 results

  1. kleclerc77

    Electric Boiler

    Hey all, We are currently in the market for a boiler. I was excited to hear that the 250 gallon still we are getting in can be run off of a 50kw electric boiler, as opposed to the monstrous gas fired boilers I've used in the past. I am having a hard time getting answers on pricing from the companies I have contacted. Does anyone in here have a ballpark estimate for the pricing of such a piece of equipment, and how much they paid to have it plumbed in? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated, thanks!!
  2. ColoradoBob

    Used Boiler Recommendations

    We are looking for direction and recommendations on a 1M to 1.2M BTU steam boiler for our distillery. New boilers are nice, but very costly. Does anyone have any recommendation on where to search for used boilers? Thanks all for any insights! - Bob
  3. double down

    Electric Boilers

    Does anyone recommend an electric boiler?
  4. FourCentCotton

    Fire Code Questions

    Hey, all I've poring over the fire code here in my town (Fort Collins, CO), and it's nice because they have recognized that craft distilleries are going to be popping up all over and have compiled a very useful handout with the relevant codes on it. It is for the most part, very self-explanatory. The local fire marshall is known to be a stickler, though, and I want to be as safe and compliant as possible, so I have a question for anyone out there who might have some knowledge. I have a friend who is a blacksmith, and I really want him to manufacture my still. The problem with this is, I have found some code requirements I'm not sure how to meet. I'll quote them: "Process poping in connection to boilers and pressure vessels shall be regulated by the International Mechanical Code. Piping, tubing, valves and fittings shall be identified in accordance with ASME A13.1 to indicate material conveyed" ....This one seems a little tricky, but I'm guessing if I look up that ASME code I'll be able to get a handle on it. These are a little less straight-forward, though: "The design, fabrication and construction of tank(s) shall comply with NFPA 30. Each tank shall bear a permanent nameplate or marking indicating the standard used as the basis of design. Tanks shall be designed for the pressures to which they will be subjected in accordance with NFPA 30." ....here's what I wonder: does this mean my friend will have to get some NFPA rating or inspection? Or does it simply mean he needs to document the methods in which he complied with those standards? I'd kind of like to get somewhat of a handle on this before I approach him to tell him this is part of the bargain. Thanks in advance for any advice. I'm really hoping I can have a traditional-looking (yet modern in usage) still as a center-piece for my stillhouse. One of those awesome-looking stainless steel behemoths just wouldn't fit the motif. FourCent
  5. Corson Distilling

    Rolling Stainless Steel Sheets Into Tanks

    We are rolling SS sheets into cylinders using a slip roll. We first put a 90 degree lip into the end of the sheet with our press brake, where we will eventually mount a copper dome. We designed and built the press brake and slip roll. Here are some pics.