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Old 04-14-2013, 04:55 PM   #1
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Default My Weldless 80/20 BIAB Stand with Pump and hoist

Big thanks to fortydegnorth for the idea to build this. Used scrap 80/20 and a boat winch from Harbor Freight. Pivots off to the side so i can let it drip and lower it for disposal. Used it yesterday for a 10 gallon Oberon clone, worked like a dream!

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Old 04-14-2013, 09:35 PM   #2
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What are you using your pump for in your BIAB setup? Plate chiller?

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I'd be using that pump for RIMS, that's what I'd be doing....

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You both are right... I am using it now for my plate chiller but after trying to keep my temp constant, next up will be building a RIMS tube.

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Great use of leftover parts! I'm curious as to how you got the "crane" to pivot.

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That is what had me stumped for a while.. found this flanged bearing at Fastenal. Turned down a foot of 3/4"steel stock and inserted into the 1/2" channel in the 80/20. Strong as can be...

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Awesome, thanks!

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That is what had me stumped for a while.. found this flanged bearing at Fastenal. Turned down a foot of 3/4"steel stock and inserted into the 1/2" channel in the 80/20. Strong as can be...
Could you get more pics of that for us?

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Looks good to me.

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You both are right... I am using it now for my plate chiller but after trying to keep my temp constant, next up will be building a RIMS tube.
I'm doing a similar system, except with me controlling the burner and the pump just providing the recirculation.
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