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ntertell 07-20-2012 02:15 AM

RIMS Electric Brewing System
 
5 Attachment(s)

Home made RIMS system. Runs off of 220 V of electricity. I am selling this system since the electrical system in my aging home is insufficient to support this system, and I am looking for a gas RIMS setup instead. My home still has some old knob-and-tube wiring, and I don't want to upgrade my home's wiring at this point.

Price: $675

Includes the following:

*10 gallon hot liquor tank equipped with a heating element and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*15.5 gallon mash tun (keggle) equipped with 2 ball valves, along with a stainless steel hinged false bottom.
*15.5 gallon brew/boiler kettle (keggle) equipped with a heating element, temperature probe, and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*copper RIMS tube with a temperature probe, and internal heating element (has a 220V plug on it)
*submersible pump
*shirron plate chiller
*control panel

All the related items plug into the control panel. The control panel will need to be plugged into a 220 V outlet. The control panel controls the RIMS tube, boiler kettle, march pump , and hot liquor tank. The control panel has outlets for 120V and 220V plugs.

Notes: I do not have the march pump, or a stand to place the components on. I have not used this system. I did not design or build it, so I don't know 100% how it works, but when I got it, I was told that it all worked.

Local pickup in Chicago only. With any questions,offers or for more pictures, please email me at ntertell@hotmail, since my inbox fills up quick. Thanks


ntertell 07-20-2012 02:15 AM

RIMS Electric Brewing System
 
5 Attachment(s)

Home made RIMS system. Runs off of 220 V of electricity. I am selling this system since the electrical system in my aging home is insufficient to support this system, and I am looking for a gas RIMS setup instead. My home still has some old knob-and-tube wiring, and I don't want to upgrade my home's wiring at this point.

Price: $675

Includes the following:

*10 gallon hot liquor tank equipped with a heating element and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*15.5 gallon mash tun (keggle) equipped with 2 ball valves, along with a stainless steel hinged false bottom.
*15.5 gallon brew/boiler kettle (keggle) equipped with a heating element, temperature probe, and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*copper RIMS tube with a temperature probe, and internal heating element (has a 220V plug on it)
*submersible pump
*shirron plate chiller
*control panel

All the related items plug into the control panel. The control panel will need to be plugged into a 220 V outlet. The control panel controls the RIMS tube, boiler kettle, march pump , and hot liquor tank. The control panel has outlets for 120V and 220V plugs.

Notes: I do not have the march pump, or a stand to place the components on. I have not used this system. I did not design or build it, so I don't know 100% how it works, but when I got it, I was told that it all worked.

Local pickup in Chicago only. With any questions,offers or for more pictures, please email me at ntertell@hotmail, since my inbox fills up quick. Thanks


ntertell 07-20-2012 02:15 AM

RIMS Electric Brewing System
 
5 Attachment(s)

Home made RIMS system. Runs off of 220 V of electricity. I am selling this system since the electrical system in my aging home is insufficient to support this system, and I am looking for a gas RIMS setup instead. My home still has some old knob-and-tube wiring, and I don't want to upgrade my home's wiring at this point.

Price: $675

Includes the following:

*10 gallon hot liquor tank equipped with a heating element and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*15.5 gallon mash tun (keggle) equipped with 2 ball valves, along with a stainless steel hinged false bottom.
*15.5 gallon brew/boiler kettle (keggle) equipped with a heating element, temperature probe, and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*copper RIMS tube with a temperature probe, and internal heating element (has a 220V plug on it)
*submersible pump
*shirron plate chiller
*control panel

All the related items plug into the control panel. The control panel will need to be plugged into a 220 V outlet. The control panel controls the RIMS tube, boiler kettle, march pump , and hot liquor tank. The control panel has outlets for 120V and 220V plugs.

Notes: I do not have the march pump, or a stand to place the components on. I have not used this system. I did not design or build it, so I don't know 100% how it works, but when I got it, I was told that it all worked.

Local pickup in Chicago only. With any questions,offers or for more pictures, please email me at ntertell@hotmail, since my inbox fills up quick. Thanks


ntertell 07-20-2012 02:15 AM

RIMS Electric Brewing System
 
5 Attachment(s)

Home made RIMS system. Runs off of 220 V of electricity. I am selling this system since the electrical system in my aging home is insufficient to support this system, and I am looking for a gas RIMS setup instead. My home still has some old knob-and-tube wiring, and I don't want to upgrade my home's wiring at this point.

Price: $675

Includes the following:

*10 gallon hot liquor tank equipped with a heating element and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*15.5 gallon mash tun (keggle) equipped with 2 ball valves, along with a stainless steel hinged false bottom.
*15.5 gallon brew/boiler kettle (keggle) equipped with a heating element, temperature probe, and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*copper RIMS tube with a temperature probe, and internal heating element (has a 220V plug on it)
*submersible pump
*shirron plate chiller
*control panel

All the related items plug into the control panel. The control panel will need to be plugged into a 220 V outlet. The control panel controls the RIMS tube, boiler kettle, march pump , and hot liquor tank. The control panel has outlets for 120V and 220V plugs.

Notes: I do not have the march pump, or a stand to place the components on. I have not used this system. I did not design or build it, so I don't know 100% how it works, but when I got it, I was told that it all worked.

Local pickup in Chicago only. With any questions,offers or for more pictures, please email me at ntertell@hotmail, since my inbox fills up quick. Thanks


ntertell 07-20-2012 02:15 AM

RIMS Electric Brewing System
 
5 Attachment(s)

Home made RIMS system. Runs off of 220 V of electricity. I am selling this system since the electrical system in my aging home is insufficient to support this system, and I am looking for a gas RIMS setup instead. My home still has some old knob-and-tube wiring, and I don't want to upgrade my home's wiring at this point.

Price: $675

Includes the following:

*10 gallon hot liquor tank equipped with a heating element and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*15.5 gallon mash tun (keggle) equipped with 2 ball valves, along with a stainless steel hinged false bottom.
*15.5 gallon brew/boiler kettle (keggle) equipped with a heating element, temperature probe, and ball valve. (the heating element has a 220V plug on it)
*copper RIMS tube with a temperature probe, and internal heating element (has a 220V plug on it)
*submersible pump
*shirron plate chiller
*control panel

All the related items plug into the control panel. The control panel will need to be plugged into a 220 V outlet. The control panel controls the RIMS tube, boiler kettle, march pump , and hot liquor tank. The control panel has outlets for 120V and 220V plugs.

Notes: I do not have the march pump, or a stand to place the components on. I have not used this system. I did not design or build it, so I don't know 100% how it works, but when I got it, I was told that it all worked.

Local pickup in Chicago only. With any questions,offers or for more pictures, please email me at ntertell@hotmail, since my inbox fills up quick. Thanks



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