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Old 01-18-2011, 04:05 AM   #21
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For that price its worth going with SS...the maintenance on mild steel will cost the difference over a few years.....
What maintenance? With electric, it's not like you are going to burn the paint off...


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Old 01-18-2011, 05:39 AM   #22
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Tiber Brew, my thinking you would want the CFC to be mounted vertical so that it will drain out 100% on its own vs having all those loops half filled with what ever was last run thru it.
With total cost of build, start with a $3,000 budget then see what you have left over if your lucky, much better than
B S N'ing the wife with a $1,000 max build then coming up way short. Ya think!



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Old 01-18-2011, 05:41 PM   #23
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Tiber Brew, my thinking you would want the CFC to be mounted vertical so that it will drain out 100% on its own vs having all those loops half filled with what ever was last run thru it.
I back flush my chiller with boiling water and then chase that water out after each brew session. Before I run the wort through, I pump boiling water through it for several minutes as well. There is a negligible amount of standing (sanitized) water after brewing, and whatever is in there is chased out before the next use with boiling water. No issues yet, and this the best orientation of the chiller for my stand.

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With total cost of build, start with a $3,000 budget then see what you have left over if your lucky, much better than
B S N'ing the wife with a $1,000 max build then coming up way short. Ya think!
What? Was this directed at someone else? Sorry if I missed something.

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What? Was this directed at someone else? Sorry if I missed something.

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To everyone in general, keeps the peace in the house unless it was a total steal must have item.
Been there done that.
Gotcha, thanks.


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