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    Ok let me discuss this with the others. I would agree that having to turn the unit upside down is a bit of a pain and it would be far easier with CIP. let us get back to you guys with something on this.
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    I am afraid this is not possible. Due to the size of the electronics we have not been able to fit 4 screw holes. With that said our Blowtie spunding valve, Inline Regulator, and the Core 360 Mini Regulator all have 4 x female screw holes so for all of these products the gauge can be mounted in...
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    Paypal simply charge more for the transaction and we would prefer customers to use Visa or Mastercard that incur a lower merchant fee. It's not that we like charging a surcharge. I mean one option would be to increase the price of all the goods by a small amount on the website to cover the...
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    I think the first shipment of these RAPT Fermentation Chambers for public sale should arrive to Australia at the end of the year. We were slowed down slightly as we had to make some further small changes to some of the injection moulded parts but we are very close now.
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    By the way guys we have made some really good advances on the digital pressure gauges. You can see them here: https://www.kegland.com.au/digital-illuminated-mini-gauge-0-90psi-0-6-2bar.html If you guys have any last requests on this one just let us know as it's still possible for us to make...
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    Regarding the IEC plug this is a good point. It will add a small cost but I think this is a good idea. It's good that you bring this up. I will discuss this with the team and we will consider this. It's quite possible that we will have the IEC plug for the 35L and 65L Gen 4 but probably not...
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    Drop testing is one of the easiest types of testing to do. As much as we do outsource a lot of our testing we always do the drop testing in house as it's a very simple process and requires no particularly complicated equipment so we feel that outsourcing drop testing is simply a waste of money...
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    This has been a point of discussion in our office too. by having the pump inlet right at the bottom with a slightly conical base this will cause any junk to settle in the bottom and will greatly increase the chance of getting a blocked pump. So I would be careful asking for this until you are...
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    No problem. This is easy to do in the software. We will have a PID feature. With that said I personally don't see PID as being a necessary feature especially given that our brewery design has quite low watt density. With that said it's a good selling feature and easy to implement so we will...
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    Yes this is one of our top priority projects at the moment. I think it's likely that this will be finished toward the end of this year. Some of the changes will include: 1. Wifi controller that links to our internet hub where brewing information is logged and you can control the brewery...
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    We have done drop testing on the bags while hot and we have had not issues with them at all. Please remember that these bags are not just LDPE. We use a laminated bag with LDPE and Nylon. Even though LDPE goes a bit soft the nylon is quite a bit more heat resistant and enables the bag to be...
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    Yes this is confusing. The solution technically will last forever if you do not get contamination in the solution. The issue that seems to be the case is when customers do not wash the probe well enough and then sugars from the brewing process end up in the solution. This enables stuff to grow...
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    Gladfield Lager Light is a malt that is in the process of being deleted from our range. You can still special order it by phone or email but we were not really impressed with this one and the sales were quite low. We find that the Barrett Burston Pilsner was better value for money and great...
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    Nah do not worry about it. They come already irradiated so they are sterile when you get them. Would be great to hear what you think of the bladders. Usability, tips, how quickly the wort cools down compared with cube etc. We are looking for some more feedback from our customers on this one.
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    Yes this is just a bit of light humour from the guys updating the website.
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