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Old 12-13-2009, 02:46 AM   #1
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Default For Sale - ALL Electric HERMS FOR SALE $1,500

It is official: SOLD!!

100% Electric HERMS For Sale, Indianapolis Area

HLT:
10 gallon Rubbermaid beverage cooler
1500W heating element
Johnson A419 temperature controller
1/2" x 25' copper HERMS coil
1/2" full port ball valve
Calibrated sight gauge
120VAC water agitator
Every port has a brass QD

MLT:
10 gallon Rubbermaid beverage cooler
1/2" full port ball valve
Calibrated sight gauge
Thru wall digital thermometer
LocLine HERMS return line/sparge line
NB SS false bottom
Every port has a brass QD

Boil Kettle:
15.5 gallon Sankey Keggle
1/2" full port ball valve
5500W heating element
Thermocouple
LocLine pickup tube
LocLine kettle recirculation line
All connections are QDs

Control Panel:
240VAC panel
Auber SYL-2532 PID
40A SSR
Heatsink
(2) 120VAC 20A switched outlets
(1) 240VAC 30A switched outlet (also PID controlled)

March 809 pump
All silicone hoses with, you guessed it QDs

Rig will come with my HERMS water mnagement spreadsheet (calcualtes HERMS HEX volumes and heating times).

Rig recently updated for closed circuit cooling (HLT and HERMS coil double as wort cooling chamber)

Very consistent 82-83% eff. with the use of a Barley Crusher Mill.

Comes complete with diamond plated rolling stand.

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Old 12-13-2009, 01:42 PM   #2
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WOW! Almost makes me want to cry...

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Old 12-13-2009, 01:47 PM   #3
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Yeah, I want it.

I'll have to get with you on a day I can come down and do the "wet run". I will be in the area on Jan 2, but I have no idea what your work schedule is. If you can manage that day, maybe we could do a quick wet run so you can show me the intricacies, and then we can put it in my truck. I have a tonneau cover on the pick up, and I assume we can slide it under that cover, to protect it, while the HLT can go inside the pickup on the backseat?

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Going, going, gone! Cool to see that Yooper is getting it. Its all like one big HBT family...

As I have said before, it really looks like a great system. Yooper must be pretty excited!

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Yeah, I want it.

I'll have to get with you on a day I can come down and do the "wet run". I will be in the area on Jan 2, but I have no idea what your work schedule is. If you can manage that day, maybe we could do a quick wet run so you can show me the intricacies, and then we can put it in my truck. I have a tonneau cover on the pick up, and I assume we can slide it under that cover, to protect it, while the HLT can go inside the pickup on the backseat?
I will not have a schedule for January 2nd, until December 20th...

How do you propose we slide it under a tonneau cover? EEK
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I will not have a schedule for January 2nd, until December 20th...

How do you propose we slide it under a tonneau cover? EEK
Haha, don't know. Unless we roll up the tonneau cover, which is possible. But if it's snowing or raining, or some combo of the two, I thought a little cover might help!
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I'm glad you got this yooper! I saw your interest a few days ago but thought it didn't work out!

Get going on that new build pol!

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Would it be that hard to strip the electrical parts and put them in the cab?

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It is modular, wouldnt be hard to pull the control panel off and the HLT temp controller... everything is modular. The electrical will be EASY to get into the truck cab.

Hopefully when I get my January schedule (including my training dates) we can get it worked out for ya Yoop! Been shopping for stainless tonight... my next rig will sell for 2x as much as this, so you are getting a DEAL!

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I'm excited about it! I had my son-in-law to be look at the laundry room last night, and we're going to be pulling out a wall of cabinets and counter top, and putting in the water. My lurking friend on HBT, lschiavo, has promised to get my electrical ready in that roon.

The system will fit where the cabinets are, and the upper cabinets will be moved to an adjoining wall. I won't have room for a utility sink in there, though.

It should work out great, once we figure out for sure how to get it here!

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