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    has any one used ss tubing to build one if so any pictures

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakeview maple View Post
    I'm on year three with my 3.5 gallon craftsman shop vac, its awesome , I ran it from outside with pvc to keep the noise down. I built a small shelter under the deck for my bulk tank for it to keep the noise down. Thanks again Russell for all the help.
    Mine is outside too for the same reason. I ran pvc in to connect it to the bubbler as well. When I'm boiling I have the noise from the vacuum pump and bubbler at one end of the sugar house and the RO at the other end of the sugar house. Everything is separated by walls and doors but it's still loud.
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    "Red Roof Maples" Where the term "boiling soda" was first introduced to the maple producing world!

    Algier 2x6 evaporator, W F Mason arch
    Lapierre 250 Turbo RO machine
    SP-22 vacuum pump
    1930 Ford Model AA Doodlebug tractor
    1971 IH 454 52hp diesel tractor
    A couple of Honda 4 wheelers
    About a dozen chainsaws and no chickens

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    Russell how does the addition of air affect the boil rate, much at all? ( I get that the goal is lighter syrup) I was just wondering about the impact on boil rate.

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    It does increase the boil rate but I can't put a percentage number on it. When I first light the evaporator and before the pans are hot enough to boil I turn on the bubblemaster and get a lot of steam coming out of the pans. I also tried to boil without it a couple of times and the evaporation rate was noticeably less.
    Russ

    "Red Roof Maples" Where the term "boiling soda" was first introduced to the maple producing world!

    Algier 2x6 evaporator, W F Mason arch
    Lapierre 250 Turbo RO machine
    SP-22 vacuum pump
    1930 Ford Model AA Doodlebug tractor
    1971 IH 454 52hp diesel tractor
    A couple of Honda 4 wheelers
    About a dozen chainsaws and no chickens

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    double bonus!

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    image.jpg My bubble master blower!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by S.S.S View Post
    Attachment 18027 My bubble master blower!!
    Looks good. Details?
    Russ

    "Red Roof Maples" Where the term "boiling soda" was first introduced to the maple producing world!

    Algier 2x6 evaporator, W F Mason arch
    Lapierre 250 Turbo RO machine
    SP-22 vacuum pump
    1930 Ford Model AA Doodlebug tractor
    1971 IH 454 52hp diesel tractor
    A couple of Honda 4 wheelers
    About a dozen chainsaws and no chickens

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    what kind of pressure is required to get it to bubble good? I am wondering about a high volume low pressure paint blower. low pressure being relative to the old style paint sprayers. but they are a constant duty air pump

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Lampron View Post
    Looks good. Details?
    Its a blower from H2O innovation.

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    is the h20 blower for air injection. also do any manufactures make a air injection system

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