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  1. Sailor

    fire marshall review

    Hello I am in the process of getting a space approved for a DSP. I will be using a small, 120 gallon, electrically fired pot still with distillation column and condenser. The fire marshall is taking issue with my processing procedure, because I want to redistill, gns for making gin, and some of my own stuff. Based on allowing me to start with an F1 rating, he is saying that I can have a maximum of 30 gallons in an open container and can store up to 120 gallons in closed containers (or 240gallons in approved storage cabinet)This does not include barreled and bottled product. If I want to put. lets say, 100 gallons in the distill after diluting to 40%, for distllation thru a gin basket for example, or redistill after a stripping run, I would have to devise a system where the 50 gallon closed storage containers are not opened to the atmosphere but "pumped" into the still. Any advise on this subject would be appreciated. Thank You