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Thanks for that clarification. We are using a very similar model of pump to the previous models with some very minor changes. Yes you can use the pump with hot caustic no problem if that is what you want to do. You can get equally good products that are much safer such as the PBW so this is normally what we would recommend for cleaning.Thanks for sharing your rationale.
My concern is about long-term deep cleaning and utility if the pump has failed. I have little concern about the in-brew sediment in the pump - I bought my bz65L on the day you launched it and the false bottoms works well for filtering.
Is the new BZ going to feature the same pump as the current models? Is it rated for hot caustic?
Thanks for your support with the BZ65L. We appreciate it. I still use this model myself.
With respect to pump cleaning one thing we are making a major change with is making the pump much more accessable for cleaning so there is no reason to remove the base anymore. Without any tools you can disconnect the pump hoses if you wanted to. With that said if you use a CIP wash with PBW, then rinse quickly with water then turn upside down to dry out this will do a sufficient job on the new model.
Do you think your concerns about the pump would be resolved seeing as the pump is more accessable in the new model?