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    My son is in the process of building out a Nano brewery with a tap room. We are in the process of getting quotes. He received a quote for the electrical for only the brew house which seems high. When he asked the electrician about the quote being high he said everything needed to be waterproof. Has anybody run into this same problem?

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    All licensed electricians work to code. How could this be a problem? Get multiple quotes.
    Liam McKenna
    www.yellowbellybrewery.com

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      I understand a licensed electrician is a going to work to code. I'm wondering if this is actually code. We are getting multiple quotes.

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    Originally posted by mmcdon47 View Post
    My son is in the process of building out a Nano brewery with a tap room. We are in the process of getting quotes. He received a quote for the electrical for only the brew house which seems high. When he asked the electrician about the quote being high he said everything needed to be waterproof. Has anybody run into this same problem?
    Hi,

    3bbl kettle normally requires 30KW to acheive furious boiling. This power can allow to rise 1C per min.
    So would you consider burner direct fire heating for nano brewery?
    The burner heating are low NOX, efficient, safe, and very versatile.
    This design allows for the best juxtaposition between cost and performance

    Some brewers also prefer the caramelization that can occur with gas fired systems.

    Cheers,
    Brewman Machinery Equipment Co.

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      Originally posted by mmcdon47 View Post
      My son is in the process of building out a Nano brewery with a tap room. We are in the process of getting quotes. He received a quote for the electrical for only the brew house which seems high. When he asked the electrician about the quote being high he said everything needed to be waterproof. Has anybody run into this same problem?
      Yes most places will require everything to be washdown approved, so yes watertight for everything that is surface mounted not in the walls.

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