Super impressive Husky. Your D&C skills is such a pleasure to see. Thank you for sharing.Super ****!ng impressed with how this has turned out! pretty much exactly as I envisaged it from day 1. Budget constraints have slowed progress unfortunately, bad time of year and already over what I forecast to spend so now looking like a Jan finish hopefully.
Since last update I have insulated the MT base, completed running all conduits and cables as well as finished most of the mechanical items. It's all pretty much complete except for the electrical panel which is surprising me with the cost of components. I have been buying them bit by bit but now waiting until I find a second hand panel complete somewhere so I can strip the internals and use all the terminals, switches, MCCB etc as buying individual is adding up to crazy amounts. I have seen plenty around so shouldn't take too long.
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With a taste for alarming photography! Open liquid beverages sat on top of open electrical circuitry's and no NO! tiny tot sticking steel screw drivers into electrical curcuitry's!You're a nutter, but I love what you're doing!
Yes, I suppose only I know that there was no power supply cables even installed when those pics were taken. I just thought it was cool that the little fella picked up on what I was doing and replicated it. Maybe I should have made him wear some safety thongsWith a taste for alarming photography! Open liquid beverages sat on top of open electrical circuitry's and no NO! tiny tot sticking steel screw drivers into electrical curcuitry's!
Lucky we know you around here. Post that up on facepalm nannystate and you'd get reported probably.
Mechanical/process engineer in food and bev industry so have a lot of contacts and a good sense of best practice when designing and building food manufacturing equipment. Yes opening a brewery may be on the cards one day, lots going on behind the scenes. Unfortunately the equipment is the easiest part.That is beautiful work mate. All your brewery is so clean. You must have some tools.
What is your profession? Electrical engineer or something?
Your going to have to open a brewery. Half of its done!
If only I didn't work every Wednesday night I'd actually be able to attend some Melb brewers meetings!Gents husky obvious has an addiction.... to shiny stainless, being the suportive bunch that we are, we should be encouraging him to attend meetings.
Like a couple local brew clubs to get thing wet and dirty!
Yep, will put some pics up tomorrow, wheeled it outside yesterday(skid mount is awesome!) and got some good ones just need to sort through them.Oh yeah we want pic's more pic's or it didn't happen!