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Old 01-16-2010, 05:45 PM   #1
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Got up early and fired up the BCS-460. Almost got my strike water ready.
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Old 01-16-2010, 11:01 PM   #2
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pics of the new system would be awesome


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Old 01-17-2010, 12:19 AM   #3
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pics of the new system would be awesome
yes, I was a little ambitious Thinking i could post and brew at the same time.I took some pictures of the system that I will upload Tonight or tomorrow. I got to take the wife to that Smerf movie tonight.

As for the brew, hit the numbers -.002 so Im happy with that, but need to work out a good way to prime my pump. It took me 5minto get the air out.
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yes, I was a little ambitious Thinking i could post and brew at the same time.I took some pictures of the system that I will upload Tonight or tomorrow. I got to take the wife to that Smerf movie tonight.

As for the brew, hit the numbers -.002 so Im happy with that, but need to work out a good way to prime my pump. It took me 5minto get the air out.

WHAT pump?

March?

I am testing the LG 3-MD-HC in the next week or so.

If need be... I will be able to prime one pump, with the other... so I really only need to get ONE primed, then I can force prime the other.

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WHAT pump?

March?

I am testing the LG 3-MD-HC in the next week or so.
Yes its just a standard March pump. I have I configured for the old set up, but the opposite of the way it use to be. I was getting a little air stuck in the pump, and could not get it to come out.
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So today is a little less hectic now that I have the first batch out the way. Today I will be brewing a 12.5 gallon Quad,so I will be pushing the mash tun to the upper limits. 36Lb grain bill with 11.5 gallons strike water, fly sparging to 14gallons and a 90min boil.
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The whole set up.
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Reinforced weldless fitting with 1"PCV coupling and a 1"-3/4" reducer
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Here are some pictures of the electronics...WARNING all ee's brace your selfs it's ugly!
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The temporary control station

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SSR's with heat sinks and fan

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The BCS-460 and wall wort dc power supply
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Cool max 70qt cooler with 36lb of grains and 11.5gallons strike water
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