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  1. Does anyone know if you can use weigh spirits in tanks above 55 gallons or 110 gallons on a scale upon which the tank is not permanently mount? The cfr 19.183 has me a bit confused on this. It almost sounds like to weigh out spirit for tax determination you would need a tank on load cells if above 55 gallons. I have been using a quantities below this up to now, but would love to bottle out of a 270 gallon tote and would like to just put the tote on a floor scale but I can't quite determine if this is allowed. It reads to me like it isn't but I would think it should be. Any insight would be
  2. Never been used before Flow-Scales. Bought back in 2016 and was never installed. This system consists of 3x Flow-Scales and can be used in association with a chain disk system, or any other type of grain feeding system. The purpose of the Flowscale is to accurately measure the weight of the desired grain. With the 3 you can set up a distinct scenario where you had 3 different varieties of grain to measure. FLOW SALES x3 (BAG STAND METERING) -5" FlowScale, Continuous Flow Weigh Auger, (Flow Rate 400-5500#/hr) -Proximity Sensor for inlet hopper and/or discharge plen
  3. We are selling our proofing tank. It is a great, easy-to-use setup. The sale includes a 480 gallon single wall stainless tank with 1.5" sanitary drain and valve, a GSE 335 digital readout with a relay (to turn water on/off), and 4x 2,500 lb load cells. We currently weight out to 0.01 but that can be adjusted for your preferred resolution. $3,500 F.O.B Columbia, Illinois 62236 For more info, please email adam dot stumpf at stumpysspirits dot com
  4. For sale is a grain/general weight scale/cart. This scale was purchased 2 months ago on a whim and we now have realized that we don't need a 2nd scale. The scale model # is EQM-400/800 which is the 800lb capacity model with an accuracy of .2lbs. It works great for weighing grains/other items around the distillery and is certified NTEP legal for trade. The wheels on the cart make it versatile. Item works like new and was used ~10 times. I screwed a plate to the back of it to hold items more easily (can be removed if not desired). Paid $519.00...asking $350.00obo Below is a link to the
  5. The code isn't clear enough for this guy - there appears to be a requirement to both weigh OR measure the flow of bulk spirits through pipes for tax determination, but since we want to get our application right the first time I wanted to be certain. Flow meter OR scale tank Flow meter AND scale tank
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