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    Ima try a peroxide, baking soda, dish soap paste...

    Ima try a peroxide, baking soda, dish soap paste this year
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    So this happened...ran my Hod-Ro this season a...

    So this happened...ran my Hod-Ro this season a few times, used the permeate to do my rinsing, leaving only a little trace in the tank, couple of cups....looked in the tank a little while ago, there's...
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    can you put up a pic of the connection between...

    can you put up a pic of the connection between your shop vac and your press? I'd like to see what the adapters look like
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    can you send another pick of your bricking? It...

    can you send another pick of your bricking? It sounds like too much heat is going up the stack
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    are you preheating the sap? My 2X3 does about 12...

    are you preheating the sap? My 2X3 does about 12 GPH and I can only run the blower on a low setting.
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    what are your pump models, low to high?

    what are your pump models, low to high?
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    I have one sap line that flowed (albeit slowly)...

    I have one sap line that flowed (albeit slowly) thru the warm spell, here, north of Boston.
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    all you can do i try. I have a slice of roofing...

    all you can do i try. I have a slice of roofing under my Mason and another small metal tray under the door. It keeps the sparks off the wood floor.
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    A) Fill that gap behind your wall. You want the...

    A) Fill that gap behind your wall. You want the space under the bottom of the back of the pan as narrow as you can get it. My stack vent is 2/3 obscured by bricks and it doesn't affect my draft.
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    Red, I'm in Haverhill and I'm concerned about sap...

    Red, I'm in Haverhill and I'm concerned about sap flow this week with the warm up. Your thoughts?
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    So I have constructed the two-pot vacuum filter...

    So I have constructed the two-pot vacuum filter but apparently my vacuum was TOO strong :).....any ideas on how to prise the pots APART after sucking the finish thru?
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    Maple Johnson is right about John Allin Johnson...

    Maple Johnson is right about John Allin Johnson being right!

    REVVER!
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    >With that you most likely (rough math) ended...

    >With that you most likely (rough math) ended with 6 to 7% concentrate.

    7%. Which is higher tan what I processed last year so now I feel better about the GPH rate. I get that reducing my...
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    What is the normal GPH for the 8800 for 4-150? ...

    What is the normal GPH for the 8800 for 4-150? Whats your PSI? I am asking because last year I did not note my PSI but this years is at 100 (which seems low to me) and it took me 14 hours to process...
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    barnbc, how long does it take to cycle thru one...

    barnbc, how long does it take to cycle thru one of your batches, how many gph are you processing?
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    I'm interested to see if that helps. I also have...

    I'm interested to see if that helps. I also have an 8800 and yesterday it took about 14 hours to process 75 gallons thru 4-150 GPD membranes. I seem to recall last year I was pumping at 125 psi but...
  17. What is your high pressure pump? I am using an...

    What is your high pressure pump? I am using an Aquatec 8800 and it took about 12 hours to process about 75 gallons of 1.5% sap.
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    What kind of wood are you burning? Coals are bad....

    What kind of wood are you burning? Coals are bad. Pine is good because it burns hot (if fast) and leaves no coals
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    I was wondering if, since I did allow the pump to...

    I was wondering if, since I did allow the pump to run dry a bit to empty the membrane canisters, if maybe some low pressure switch was switched
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    I will try your suggestions, wmick. Thanks!

    I will try your suggestions, wmick. Thanks!
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    What would be the possible reason an Aquatec 8800...

    What would be the possible reason an Aquatec 8800 pump, after pumping 50 gallons of permeate a week before, would fail to pump anything at all the next use?
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    Not sure where to put this so I will try here....

    Not sure where to put this so I will try here. here's the scenario....I have two 55-gal barrels at the end of my 3/16 that I use a 1/10 HP pump to load into another 55 in my truck to haul up the hill...
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    I have not noticed any issues with my draft

    I have not noticed any issues with my draft
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    for the cavity behind the wall, I bricked my...

    for the cavity behind the wall, I bricked my Mason 1/2 way up the stack hole so its the same height as the wall. I have an XL so the preheater pan sits over the flame as well and my preheater...
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    I thought I'd posted here...tapped the 3/16 lines...

    I thought I'd posted here...tapped the 3/16 lines last weekend and pulled and boiled 65 gallons...sweetening is in progress. Now two days of freeze and IU've got ice in my barrels and I'm wondering...
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