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  1. Pictures of the 410g mashtun are here... https://goo.gl/photos/7FUDdubbo2MCN3929 One pic says "leaks", that is referring to the old freon jacket, not the product.Pictures of the 1625g Mash-tun are here... https://goo.gl/photos/EJ24yTGDJmhPheHX7 These were used in the brewing industry, you may have many different uses for these tanks in distilleries. Removal/rigging on my end will be INCLUDED in the price listed, you only have to pay additional for shipping. Local pickup is preferred, otherwise I would prefer to arrange shipping and can get you a quote promptly. Payment will be made via wire transfer, cashier's check or paypal. I will not "hold" equipment for more than 24 hours unless a payment or deposit is in hand. This ad will be updated frequently and item will be removed when sold.Mash tun 410g could ship on a pallet LTL making shipping to most places inexpensive.($250-450) Mash tun 1625g would probably ship "partial flatbed", likely about $1.20 per loaded mile to your location from zip 68331.Sam Spilker, owner, ph # 402-798-7445, spilkersam@gmail.com. Spilker Ales, 300 W 4th st, Cortland, NE 68331 410 gallon Mash tun. $900 o.b.o. 13--15 bbl mash tun, liquify & pump spent malt discharge, 47”w, 55”l, 45.5” h outside dimensions, 1-1.5” bevel outlet, 3” TC malt discharge outlet, “strainmaster” type false bottom--stainless steel pipes with slits cut on the underside of the pipes(which you may or may not have a use for), manual stir in. No lids on tank, but can give you a flat S.S. lid if you desire. currently using food grade tarp material. Typically I would get 29.4--30.2 PPG(specific gravity points per gallon per pound of grain) for efficiency, or in other lingo 80% efficiency when brewing beer. It also mashes smaller batches (3 to 10 bbls) efficiently. 1625 gallon Mash Tun. $1700 o.b.o. liquify & pump spent malt discharge, or scoop thru bottom man-way, your choice. 86”w,11'9”L, 51”h outside dimensions, 4-1.5TC outlets, 8”x7” hole to 3”TC mash discharge outlet. “strainmaster” type false bottom(stainless steel pipes with slits cut on the underside of the pipes), manual stir in of mash(hand paddles included), hypalon food grade tarp to cover after mash in. Typically this mash tun would also get 29.4--30.2 PPG(specific gravity points per gallon per pound of grain) for efficiency, or in other lingo 80% efficiency.It also mashes smaller 15-30 bbl batches just fine.
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