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  1. Hello All, We are looking for a 30bbl mash tun with plates to produce malt based products in conjunction with our mash mixer. We do not need steam to the mash tun. Please contact me if you have any more questions.
  2. Hi All, We are looking to sell a number of pallets of 750ml Serenade bottles from Bruni Glass (Pic below/technical drawings attached). The bottles come in unlabelled 12-packs and have 90 cases to the pallet (total of 1080). We are looking for $1.05 per bottle, or best offer. If you are interested please email me at Reade@DeepEllumVodka.com. 17013D3.pdf
  3. So just an update meerkat, We cooled it down and checked inside there was blockage (not from burping but looked like a loose glob of solder that had gotten wedged just right)
  4. Apologies for the vagueness. Can't post a photo at the moment. This is a new setup and had a similar problem in the previous run but wasn't nearly as big and was quickly fixed by backing off of the steam.
  5. Hi Guys, So I've got a bit of an interesting one. Atleast it is for me. I am running a pot column hybrid still with 6 plates and a horizontal 2-pass condenser that splits off and leads either to a product cooler or a reflux line. During heat up I can normally get the first plate to stack but then the vent on the end of the 2-pass starts to overflow (even with the reflux line open all the way). I haven't been pre-charging the plates but think I might have to. Either way, its like I have too much steam on but I will literally have the steam at the lowest possible setting and still get the overflow. Any recommendation?
  6. Thanks PeteB, I have done a bit of reading on it and am starting to get it. I am still interested in the actual math behind the 713.15 grams. Cause As I said when I looked up the OIML chart I kept reading the 948.05kg/m3 number.
  7. Hi Sorry to drag this all back up again but Silk City can you show me the numbers used to make OIML match up with TTB. I keep running across the below numbers more. 40% @20C is 948.05kg/m3 750mL* .94805g/mL= 711.04 also have to admit that I am a bit confused about the logic behind something being measured in a vacuum weighing more then in air. Thanks in advance for any help
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