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Old 09-10-2013, 02:57 AM   #1
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To make steps easier I did a diagram of the brew day process. Basically it's my setup in a quick reference chart that I made a while ago then updated it today. I went through it a few times to make sure I had it right. This will be the process I am going for when programing for automation.

I am going rims right now, since I have that already set up. I may go herms since I already welded the kettles for it and have it in also. But this will be for a later date.

Does this look correct to you? Did I miss something?
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I was checking out JonW's set up http://forum.embeddedcc.com/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=342 which uses 3 pumps and 6 valves. I've been thinking about this all afternoon and finally had time to draw it out. What about this set up with 3 pumps, 2 3 way valves, and 4 check valves?
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