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  1. Thanks for the ints. Actually, we do pump the settled grain with a centrifugal pump. Though, we shoot water through the drain before so it kind of moves everything!
  2. Hi there, We are making whisky with a grain-in process. The mash is pumped from the mash tun to the fermenter with a centrifugal pump and stays there without agitation. After a week the grain is settled at the bottom and the husk is floating dry at the top. It is a hell of a job to pump this to the still after it is settled. I am thinking about using a lobe pump but I am not sure this will work with the solid at the bottom. The other solution would be to add an agitator to keep the mash homogeneity. Does anyone ever had this problem with a grain-in process? Did you try a lobe pump o
  3. We just bought A full copper pot still and a mash tun from Specific Mechanical In BC, Canada. On time delivery, excellent support during installation and startup even dough we are located 6 provinces appart! Great design team also as we were a bit picky on the look of our equipment! I would recommend them to anybody and I will surely buy my next still there! You can see there work on our website distilleriedustlaurent.com and on our Facebook page!
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