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Old 04-09-2010, 09:13 PM   #1
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Default For Sale - 100% SS Electric Brutus "20" ($5000)

All stainless steel, down to the last nut and bolt.

15 Gallon Blichman Kettles
3 Piece Ball Valves
Tri Clamp Fittings
LG 3-MD-HC Pumps (2x the March 809 Flow)
BCS460 Control of all functions
Configured for WIRELESS PC control through the BCS
AutoSparge installed in the MLT
304 TIG Welded SS Stand
50' x 1/2" Tri Clamp installed chiller in BK
BK Recirculation Port for whirlpool chilling

POWER:
BK is 9000W
RIMS is 9000W
System Requires 50A GFCI Protected Outlet

Performance:
10 gallons from 50F to 170F in 19 minutes
13 gallons from 160F to BOIL in 13 minutes













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Old 04-09-2010, 09:20 PM   #2
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holy bat****, robin! that hurts my eyes to look at!

What on earth are you replacing this with!


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Old 04-09-2010, 09:24 PM   #3
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holy bat****, robin! that hurts my eyes to look at!

What on earth are you replacing this with!
Maybe nothing, I don't know yet...
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Where did you get that great sticker? I must have one! Looks like a fantastic system its what dreams are made of.
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Where did you get that great sticker? I must have one! Looks like a fantastic system its what dreams are made of.
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Performance:
10 gallons from 50F to 170F in 19 minutes
13 gallons from 160F to BOIL in 13 minutes
Those are some great times for an electric system!
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Those are some great times for an electric system!
9000W is 30,000 BTUs being directly applied, it is a hellacious amount of power
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Old 04-09-2010, 10:16 PM   #8
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did you follow POIs design? Looks awfully familiar?

very nice by the way.
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9000W is 30,000 BTUs being directly applied, it is a hellacious amount of power
Are they all low density?

Props on an awesome system, I'll be building something like that someday... I hope. You know that if you have an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad there is an app that allows you to control the BCS460? Awesome!
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Yes, all of the elements are LWD elements. They are all Camco 4500W LWD


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