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  1. #1
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    Plastic Grist Case

    Has anyone out there heard of or used a plastic grist case? If so any info would be really appreciated.

    Cheers,

    Chris

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    We Just Purchased A Used 15bbl System, With A Plastic Grist Case Included. The Frame It Is Cradled In Supports The Auger Motor. With All Slide Valves For Incoming And Exiting Grist Firmly Attached. Not Pretty To Look At, But Gets The Job Done. Can Send Pictures If You Like.

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    Please send me pictures, links, or numbers to manufacturers that I can contact. Thanks for the info in advance.

    Cheers,

    Chris

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    Mukilteo, WA
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    Holy Toledo........!

    Sounds like nohandslance bought the rig we use!

    We use a polypropylene surge tank in our process.......aka........a grist tank. We just dont put cracked grain in it. We weigh our 2 Row prior to milling in it. It's not because of the taste, just because of our process.

    It works great, and cheaper than stainless. After you run a few batches in it, it will smell like grain anyway. That's not an Engineering definition, but it's my perception.

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