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gently used ASD 60G hybrid 16 plate electric or steam

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Wayward    0

We're finally switching to steam and getting a bigger still.

Gauging interest in our center piece still.

Located In BC, Canada. Available when our new one arrives (September or Jan)

2.5 years old
60 gallon
set up electric baine marie (but can run steam) 
16 plates, fully versatile.
~ 12ft tall
full CIP system

This still was perfect for us to start up on. 100% electric meant less startup costs, we we're able to put off steam until year 3.

We're using her almost every day, so come take a look if you like: we run her like a red-headed step child ;) 

Taking offers starting at $25k


 

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Hi Wayward, I'm starting up in Montreal, Qc. Wondering if this is in CAD or USD? Thanks, Mark. Btw, I'll be in BC in 3 weeks - hopefully I can catch some of your Drunken Hive.. looks awesome!

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Wayward    0

Hi Mark,

USD

we're on the Island, in Comox if you'd like to stop by.

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very nice unit wayward  got a couple questions .....who manufactured the still and the column , also why the usd does this have to cross the border or is it in canada , also seeing as ur heating with electricity is ur jacket filled with oil or water .. thanks 

tim

 

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Just to add onto Tim's questions:

  • Are the plates copper or stainless?
  • Are control included?
  • What's the total wattage of the elements (or, what's the heat up time)?

Also curious why USD.

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Wayward    0

Lots of good questions!

99% of users/posts on ADI are American so I posted in USD for consistency.

Still is in Canada (Vancouver Island)

Manufactured by Artisan Still Design (ASD)

Can be set up steam but has been run electric. Jacket is filled with water and has 3 x 4500W elements.

Heat up time is about 2 hours

Plates are stainless with copper caps, helmet is copper.

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GeorgeK    0

Hello Wayward.  Wondering if this still is still up for sale?  Just new to this forum (not sure there's a PM feature) but will try to figure everything out soon!

Thanks, George 

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