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  1. #61
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    Default Re: Heat exchanger temp setting

    Quote Originally Posted by jim lyon View Post
    They do sell 3 different drum puller attachments though they would be pretty ways to make.
    http://cooknbeals.com/separator.php
    Oops didn't realize those were hoists. They included a strap that fits inside to lift it safely out with mine.
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  2. #62
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    Default Re: Heat exchanger temp setting

    I might spring the cash for one. Add it to the list. Wonder why they dont provide a drum attachment with the machine?

    Anyhow, if the job is easier to do, it will get done more frequently. And if its set up so it can be done easily, that job can be added to the hired mens list !
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  3. #63
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    souris, manitoba, canada
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    Default Re: Heat exchanger temp setting

    A kettle full of boiling water into the spinner first thing in the morning,helps keep the granulation from building up .Made my own drum puller, a 120 volt princess auto winch on a overhead trolly....alot easier than 3 guys trying to lift up at the same time

  4. #64
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    Default Re: Heat exchanger temp setting

    Irwin sounds similar to my drum puller setup. Can easily do it on my own now.

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