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300 Gallon Pot Still, Mash Tun, and Fermenters

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We are upsizing so we need to move our 2.5 year old Trident still, mash tun and fermenters.  This package makes awesome whiskey, has been meticulously maintained, and is in excellent condition.

This setup is a great choice for a startup distillery or a nano distillery looking to scale up.  Trident makes excellent equipment and we've been super happy with this equipment.  We're looking to sell this whole package for $65,000 OBO.  We're located just south of Pittsburgh for freight cost reference.

300 gallon Trident stainless steel pot still

  • steam jacketed (Approx 1 hr heatup time for 300 gallon charge)
  • low reflux solid copper head, great for whiskey, brandy, rum, genevers, etc.  Still has only been used for whiskey.
  • Two temperature indicators
  • Stainless Steel Lyne Arm
  • Stainless Steel tube-in-shell condenser
  • Stainless Steel Parrot
  • 1 HP agitator with 120 Volt 20AMP VFD controls for variable speed
  • 3” butterfly drain valve
  • 4” sight glass
  • 2” fill spout
  • Insulated tank with copper sheathing
  • 16” manway
  • PRV/VAC tank protection
  • Twist lock Gin basket (never used)
  • Body is 4' in diameter and still is roughly 110" tall from floor to lyne arm

400 Gallon Trident mash tun

  • Stainless steel construction (6'x4'x3' tall)
  • Dual steam jacketed (40 min to 1 hr heat up time for 300 gallon mashes)
  • 1 HP agitator with 120 Volt 20AMP VFD controls for variable speed

300 Gallon Trident sealed top fermenters (quantity 3)

  • Stainless steel construction (4'x4'x3' tall)
  • Floor sloped toward drain.

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8 hours ago, jessicajlemmon said:

Sending you a DM

Hi Jessica,

Thank you for the message. I'm sharing this with my partner and will be back in next couple of days! 

Tina

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I am interested in the still.

Can you PM me what you are looking to get for it?

Can I see a pic of the inside to see the mixing capabilities?

What is the connection size/type for the onion?

N

 

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Naven, I'll get a pic of the inside tomorrow morning after we dump today's mash and before we re-fill for tomorrow's stripping run.

The whiskey head is attached to the pot with a 6" tri clamp and with a 3" tri clamp connection to the lyne arm.

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Naven, here are some pics of the agitator...

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Interesting the blades and their angled direction where the product is lifted upwards.  The majority of blades from what I see appear to force the product downwards

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6 minutes ago, richard1 said:

Interesting the blades and their angled direction where the product is lifted upwards.  The majority of blades from what I see appear to force the product downwards

You are of course assuming you know the direction the shaft rotates :)

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True, always presuming clockwise rotation.

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Reno, some additional fermenter pics...

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Single walled, no temp control. For summer ferments  we keep the man way open and start fermentation at a lower temperature.  300 gallon is about the limit for uncontrolled fermentation. Paul from Affordable Distilling sells portable chillers that would work nicely with these units.  

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Tentatively sold pending on site inspection.  I'll update post if/when sale goes through. 

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