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Old 01-09-2010, 05:59 PM   #1
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Default Sold - Thomsen Model 4 professional Brewing Pump

I ran into this pump by accident and thought that I might use it someday if I opened up a brewery...I am now catching some hell from the wife about the heap of stuff I have aquired for my "Brewery" someday. Needless to say "Happy Wife = Happy Life" so I want to get rid of it to someone here that has some plans to someday open a brewery or even someone that brews big ass batches of beer.

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Thomsen Model 4 centrifugal pump
Model # 49903-GC

Thomsen pumps are manufactured from type 316 stainless
steel and polished to a sanitary finish.

Inlet: (1) 1.5 in. dia. Threaded Swagelok fitting.

Outlet: (1) 1.5 in. dia. Threaded Swagelok fitting.

Motor is a Baldor .5 hp Phase 3

The cart is all stainless with a water proof on/off switch.





I also have a grip of asst. swagelok fittings/valves/hoses that also were gonna be for my Brewery. They are mostly 1 inch with some 1.5 inch and some reducers as well. There are (3) 6 foot hoses with 1.5 inch connections.

See the fittings pic.





I wanna put all this up for serious offers and i would be willing to break up the fittings for the right prices.

This thing is heavy so shipping would be on the buyer.

If anyone knows of a probrewer that could use this please pass the link on to them.

Thanks Everyone

PM me if interested.

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Old 01-09-2010, 06:03 PM   #2
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I suggest advertising it here as well.

http://www.probrewer.com/vbulletin/forumdisplay.php?forumid=29

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Thanks

I am just looking at that site now

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Im down around lincoln, wat does something like that go for?

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I had one company quote me $700 for this similar one (same head with different inlet/outlet and different motor)

http://www.genemco.com/catalog/pdf/SPPP003thomsenpump.pdf

I'd be willing to take less of course, especially if I dont have to pack it up and ship it.

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