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    Excellent

    Timm, Precisely.....
    A Common Glycol well with multiple units is exactly what I was describing if you can build that way from the start. We have a 200 GAL central well that could be ported this way...
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    System Configuration

    Are you saying you have a 90 BBL Brewhouse on 7.5 tons?
    That math does not work out. We have about 600 BBL of diversified FV load on 10 HP of refrigeration.
    Unless you are using modular Chillers on...
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    10-4

    This is a good idea for several reasons. The first is if your regulator system is not perfect with check valves where you need them, you can get beer backed up into the entire system headed towards...
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    Choices

    For sure this choice Phillip has mentioned is an industrial strength solution.
    This does make for a more complex system, component wise.
    I have a 24VAC solenoid soultion that never fails and costs...
  5. Make Contact

    Kevin get in contact with me and let me know exactly what is on offer.
    The Turck sensors seem to be 100% better than Festo. The real tricks is replacing the inferior pneumatic assemblies with...
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    Markem 9450 Experiences

    HEY MATT the design refinements look " Excellent."
    Amazing.
    I can recommend Ska's product across the board for reliability and stability.

    The Markem inkjet is " Quite " a piece of ridiculous...
  7. Excellent Advice Ted....

    Spot on Ted.
    The thing seems to be a constant attempt to reinvent the " wheel " and also trying to make Brewing more science than art which is a colossal mistake.
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    Excellent.....

    Golden advice Phillip. Well spoken.
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    Not required

    Auto Air Vents are not required on a correctly designed and installed " Open Loop " type system where the return well is at atmospheric pressure.
    Nothing should air lock in this type of system in...
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    Don't use Ice

    Do not use Ice, it loaded with contaminants.
    Modern style tube fill canners do waste a lot of beer. This is their nature.
    The best threads to deal with this are on the forum.
    Also different styles...
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    Industrial configurations

    This is riding the line on Keeping the installation in code from an electrical standpoint. Good practice means the load wiring on the drive is fixed and hardwired. Otherwise anyone could plug...
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    Filler Design

    That type of filler design which is similar to what we have would seem to have the characteristic of more waste than a rotary system. There are some different types of Tek out there right now that...
  13. Thanks

    Timm, I 'd be interested to hear you findings. Also is it possible to monitor pressure or DP to take note if the condition is recurring? As in getting a baseline with a new seal and watching trend as...
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    ABB Case Size

    The only problem I have with the ABB drives is the case size at last check for 3 HP washdown drive is massive. This makes them difficult to use on CIP carts. If there is a new offering, I have not...
  15. Tech Support

    I would be speaking to Tech support and also ask for Silicon Carbide to Carbon instead of ceramic.
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    Interesting

    The reason I ask is because 7.5 HP is pretty large for a good many uses, and there also seems to be this trend with OEMs oversizing pumps across a lot of applications. I have especially noted this...
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    Send Updates

    Timm, I 'd be interested to know how they configure and set up, and if you are using a START-STOP Analog speed control " outboard."
    While the ABB drives are pretty rugged, the DOCs are horrible and...
  18. Something is not right there....

    Something is not right with this scenario and it should not be as thus. That control requires " compensating " extension cable, which is not just ordinary shielded cable.
    Connections have to be...
  19. parameters adj.

    " For TC input, please use the relative compensation cable."
    http://blog.uvm.edu/cwcallah/files/2016/04/AGPTek-PID-Controller-PC17-user-manual.pdf
    Where in the manual does it say to start messing...
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    RE: Teco

    I have not run the TECO, but they look decent. Also I would not give a thin dime for ANYTHING made by WEG. They make some of the lowest quality, shortest lasting gear in the known universe. As an...
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    Appearance

    The main thing that make it look like Topline is the cover over the rotating member.
    This was the tell.
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    Negative Ghostryder

    The Dye used for PPG should be Flourescent Green and look just like automtive fluid, because its the easiest to see in low lighting levels often found a the dark corners of breweries. This is...
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    Abb

    ABB makes the best unit I have ever seen in the field or run. KB Electronics makes the absolute most worthless.
    Others on the Radar are the TECO Westinghouse and the Yaskawa. The hope is to get...
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    Topline

    Timm, almost guaranteed its a " Topline " brand. They use that 3A thing. Don at CPE can help you out.
    First serious thread I have seen in ages.

    Star
  25. Thread: Apple Kolsch

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    Yep

    It would absolutely no longer be Kolsch. Just like all the other attempts at making beer and then tacking something onto the end of the new name and saying its some hybrid of the original and still...
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