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Looking for 200L to 300L stainless steel tanks (loose lid or floating lid ok) for our lab R&D. LD Carlson is out of their Marchisio tanks the duration, and others are too pricey for what they are. Immediate need, will carry shipping cost. Thanks!
220 Gallon Mash Tun for sale FOB Columbus Ohio. This will be available to ship out mid to late May when our new Mash Tun arrives. This tank has been in operation since mid 2010. We are upgrading to a bigger size and would like to pre-sell this before our new tank arrives. Please feel free to email me with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can call at (614)357-1896. Here are some details about the Mash Tun: 220 Gallon Fill Capacity Sloped Bottom Double Hinged Top 2" Tri-Clamp drain (2" SS butterfly valve included) 2.3 HP Lightnin Agitator with Squirrel cage mixer Agitator is 208-220V 3 phase No Built in Heat Source uses hot water from Boiler currently Insulated with heat wrap Has cooling ring jacket (We run city water through the cooling jacket, usually takes 30 mins to cool from 160F to 80F) may vary depending on local water temp and air temperature. Paid $14,500 in 2010. Asking $7500 Will need full payment in hand before shipping to your location.
Have you all noticed that when you proof your spirits there is a time needed to reach a final equilibrium? In my limited experience I found that the proof takes some time to reach its ultimate specific gravity. Using a hydrometer it seemed to me that my proof read differently right after blending compared to a reading made the next day. The proof would go down as compared to my initial read. I only have experience blending batches of a few gallons and not 100 or more like a lot of you. I am pretty sure I have read about this before, and it isn't a fabrication of my imagination. With that in mind, do you all have a minimum time you rest your proofed spirits before bottling? I'm not sure it matters assuming you know you will nail the proof you want, but I would imagine the volume changes a bit too and you need to get that right in the bottle also. Thank you, Mars