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Old 10-01-2012, 01:15 AM   #21
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let's try to resurrect this one, was it ever finished???? pics please.


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Old 01-05-2014, 06:10 PM   #22
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let's try to resurrect this one, was it ever finished???? pics please.
Yea, this was looking good! Wonder if it was ever finished!



 
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Hey guys. Indeed, the room was finished, but I ended up going all electric after realizing that running natural gas burners indoors was far too dangerous in terms of carbon monoxide and heat in such a small room.

I did a detailed write up on a local form, see link below. If I have time I might transcribe my post here to finish the story

FYI - the total cost for the conversion was probably about 2800, 1800 for the brewmation system I bought. Compression fittings, valves, silicon tubing, camlock disconnects, and a second pump took up a large percentage of the remaining money.

http://forum.grabahomebrew.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=356

 
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Hey guys. Indeed, the room was finished, but I ended up going all electric after realizing that running natural gas burners indoors was far too dangerous in terms of carbon monoxide and heat in such a small room.

I did a detailed write up on a local form, see link below. If I have time I might transcribe my post here to finish the story

FYI - the total cost for the conversion was probably about 2800, 1800 for the brewmation system I bought. Compression fittings, valves, silicon tubing, camlock disconnects, and a second pump took up a large percentage of the remaining money.

http://forum.grabahomebrew.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=356
GREAT! Just read everything and look at all the pics on the other site, really nice! Few questions when you get a chance - Do you do anything for make-up air? I have both my furnace and gas hot water heater about 13 feet away from my proposed ebrew setup in the basement and I think I am overly paranoid about potential suck back! How long are brew days taking you now that you have it all setup? I know setting up and tearing down adds way too much time to my brew day! Nice job again.

 
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