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kiblerjd

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Thinking about getting out of the hobby. Upgraded my entire setup over the last few years to electric. This equipment is in great condition. I will post pictures when i get home today but below is a detailed list of what I have. At this time I'm only selling it all or nothing. I must have another $500 of fittings and parts and pieces that aren't listed below, but this is the major stuff.

Total invested - $8192. Asking $5500 OBO

SS Brewtech Fermentation Setup ($3262):

1/5 HP Glycol Chiller $999
Insulated QD Tubing $77
20lb Aluminum CO2 Tank w/ Komos Regulator $185
5lb Oxygen Tank w/ Regulator $155
Pressurized Keg System w/ Filter $75
Stainless Steel Table $236
7 Gallon Uni-Tank w/ Heating and Cooling $1345
Spunding Valve Kit $190
Extra Fittings and Adapters - Lots of $$

CIP System ($661):

Stainless Steel Table $186
Stainless Chugger Mini Max $239
CIP Ball $61
Valves, Fittings, Hoses, QD's $175

Brewing System ($4269):
Infussion Mash Tun w/ essentials Kit and Recirculation Kit $599
RIMS System w/ Sight Glass $340
10 Gallon Boil Kettle w/ 1V Controller - $1149
10 Gallon HLT w/ 1V Controller - $1149
Counter Flow Chiller $220
Stainless Chugger Mini Max $239
Stainless Chugger Mini Max $239
Whirpool Valve and Isolation Valves $134
Stand $100
Hoses w/ QD's $100
Extra Fittings and Adapters - Lots of $$

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Sorry forgot to mention i'm in the Albany NY area but i'm willing to make a long trek to meet someone half way.
 
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Added pics of inside of kettles and mash tun

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That's a really nice setup - how well does the trub cone form with the elements at the bottom and is it flat? Also, what kind of quick disconnects are those and what tubing is used? Thanks
 
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I have had very good performance with the whirpool and trub settling. The dip tube has a metal piece and a silicone damper over it that keeps the trub away from the dip tube until the very end as you start to uncover the cone. Works better than any of the other systems I have ever had i have zero complaints. They kettles are flat bottom and the element doesn't seem to affect the trub cone formation at all.

The tubing is high temp flexible silicone. It is great. The QD's are CPC fitting (i believe the company is Colder) I have been using these for 20 years and they are by far the best i have used. Recently replaced the o-rings on the male ones and i have a bunch of spares but they last a very very long time.
 
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