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    Had one response...he pmd me. Ill see if I can...

    Had one response...he pmd me. Ill see if I can share. He had positive words. I found a brewery close to me using another system that I was interested in. He let me check out the entire system,...
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    Going to jump in here...I am putting in a 7bbl...

    Going to jump in here...I am putting in a 7bbl system with a 15bbl HLT. Is a 10hp overkill? Manufacturer says 100kg per hour (221#) is sufficient for the system.
    Using your math I would need...
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    Carolina Brewtech

    Anyone with experience on/with Carolina Brewtech? Looking for opinions on build quality and lead time/delivery time as well as brewery performance.

    Thanks!


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    Probrewer website. In the Library link under Malt...

    Probrewer website. In the Library link under Malt you will find the Noonan article


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    What roc-craven said... Thanks for the...

    What roc-craven said...

    Thanks for the response. Now to track the classifieds down.


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    Air movement around the area will help reduce it,...

    Air movement around the area will help reduce it, but it will likely still be an issue on occasion. The cold (55F or so) concrete inside the cooler is still cold enough just outside the cooler walls...
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    New classified system launch

    Since the launch of the "new classified system" there hasn't been a single new post in the used equipment feed. Also I haven't been able to reply to any of the older post to see if the equipment is...
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    Bigger problem is the drippy mess of non...

    Bigger problem is the drippy mess of non insulated lines. There is some gain, but unless us several feet over a warm area, your chiller won't know the difference.

    Depending on the line size,...
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