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Cubslover

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I have two Lab Grade Peristaltic Pumps for sale, a little dirty but in good condition.



Looks to be Stainless pump heads and 1/2" tubing.



I got them and stored them with the intention of building a HERMS unit, but never got around to it.



They are on variable speed drives with remote controls.



$75/ea local



I'll charge actual shipping, probably $15-20, they're pretty heavy and I'm not sure they'll fit in a flat rate box.



I am willing to trade for equipment. Preferably an 8-10gal brew kettle, a Keggle + Cash will work.



Will trade both for a CLEAN kegging setup (Keg/CO2/Line/dispenser).



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email at bsgiancola at Comcast.net

or text 765 four 1 8 1 8 9 zero for pics and more info. I'll try to clean them up this weekend and get pictures and specs up.





They are Cole-Parmer Model 7553-80. Rated at 0.06-580mL/Min.



http://www.coleparmer.com/Product/M...odular_drive_1_to_100_rpm_115_VAC/EW-07553-80











I still need to clean them up.
 

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Check it out, another brewer and cubs fan right across the river from me!


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The tubes in them now are 1/4" ID I believe. They were used for small chemical additions in a lab. They will take larger tubing (1/2"?) with these heads. I have never installed them.
 
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