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petrostar 04-05-2012 10:47 PM

Little Giant Condensate Pump
 
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I have a brand new Little Giant Condensate Pump for sale M#vcma-15uls. Could be used for multiple purposes in homebrew. Cheapest price I can find on it online is $38 plus tax/shipping. I'll ship it for $30. First to PM me gets it.

runningweird 04-06-2012 12:19 AM

what exactly can you do with this?

petrostar 04-06-2012 12:21 AM

Possibly pumping ice water through a coil for cooling is just one option.

runningweird 04-06-2012 12:56 AM

don't need that, what else can it do for me? make me want it! can i move fermented beer with it? is it food safe?

wyzazz 04-06-2012 01:04 AM

Got a temp rating for it? Or a model number so I can look it up? I need to replace mine with one that can handle higher temps for a steam based humidifier.

petrostar 04-06-2012 01:05 AM

Not sure if the plastic is food safe. I just know with a little ingenuity and creativity the right person could use it for a great Diy project. What that project us exactly, I don't know.

petrostar 04-06-2012 01:06 AM

The model number is listed. Specs can be found with a simple search.

Mknox4354 04-06-2012 01:43 AM

I do hvac and we use these for ac condensate I can't imagine in what way they would be a good fit in brewing. I can almost guarantee they are not food safe. Not trying to be a jerk just stating the obvious

evandena 04-06-2012 01:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Mknox4354 (Post 3967411)
I do hvac and we use these for ac condensate I can't imagine in what way they would be a good fit in brewing. I can almost guarantee they are not food safe. Not trying to be a jerk just stating the obvious

Maybe in a keezer? They can get pretty swampy.

petrostar 04-06-2012 01:58 AM

How would they not be a perfect fit for somebody trying to use it for pumping ice water through an immersion coil. In hotter climates the ground water is very warm. I'm a service tech in the hvac industry Btw.


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