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For Sale NY/LI - 3 Vessel Herms Electric System 10 Gallon Kettles

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10/18 - Sweetening the pot….throwing in my 24x48 stainless table to go with it!!


Looking to start piecing together an Electric Herms system for your basement? Snag this and get yourself 75% of the way there. Elements installed using TheElectricBrewery method. They're stainless 2200 watt elements from BrewHardware so you'll either need to build a 20amp controller, or downgrade them to 1650watts to use with the inkbird included here. Or you can swap in 240v elements and use an off the shelf controller/The Electric Brewery panel for faster brew times

Whats included

HLT
-Concord 10 Gallon kettle
-2200watt 120v SS Element (no plug or power wire included. You make your own)
-Blichmann 25ft SS herms coil
-recirculation port
-direct plumbed 12v hlt stir/transfer pump
-ball valves and QD Fittings included
-1/2” NPT temp probe not included

Mash Tun
-Gas One 10 gallon kettle with stainless false bottom
-recirculation/sparge port with 1/2” silicone
-ball valves and QD Fittings included
-1/2” NPT temp probe not included

Boil Kettle
-Concord 10 gallon kettle
-2200watt 120v SS Element (no plug or power wire included. You make your own)
-Ss Brewtech whirlpool fitting
-ball valves and QD Fittings included
-1/2” NPT temp probe not included

Inkbird IPB16
-hacked to run 2 pumps and 1 element (under 15amps)
Note - this only accepts up to 1650 watt element and low power pumps so you’ll have to swap the elements if you want to use this. The HLT Pump draws 30 watts, and my Mark II Pump draws around the same, so i pulled just below 15amps when using the Inkbird and 1650 watt elements. Upgraded to 2200watt when i built my 20 amp controller

Not pictured but included
-3x lengths of 1/2” silicone with Quick Disconnect ends installed

$800 cash and its yours

No trades. Cash only. Local pickup. If you’re looking to get yourself to within 75% of the way done to building an electric home brewery, this is a home run. Upgrading so that’s why I’m selling. Otherwise this system has made over 6bbls to date and plenty of life left in it. Located on Long Island NY
 

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Unrelated to your sale (sorry!) but what do you have as mats under the kettles? What's the material/where'd you get them? Thanks!

Kal
 
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Unrelated to your sale (sorry!) but what do you have as mats under the kettles? What's the material/where'd you get them? Thanks!

Kal

Hey Kal! They’re actually harbor freight anti fatigue mats. They come in packs of like 4 or 5, and they snap together. I just cut out a circle with a utility knife and they’ve worked phenomenally well for years. Easy to clean
 
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Interesting! They're rated for 212F and don't melt I guess?

Edit: I think I found them here: Anti-Fatigue Foam Mat Set, 4 Pack

Mentions that they're neoprene rubber which seems to have a max temp of 275F. Interesting.

Cheers!

Kal
That’s them! Yeah they’re not flexible like wetsuit neoprene like you’d think of a trivet for a pot or pan. They’re more like dense foam. They work great
 
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Bump. Including stainless table with it for an extra $50. Table alone is worth over $250
 
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