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    Got the outside of the RO room all finished.
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    I have to say, that's a beautiful looking building. Very nice job indeed.
    John Allin

    14x18 Hemlock Timber Frame Sugar House 2009
    Leader 2x6 w/Patriot Raised Flue Pan 2009
    Leader Steam Hood 2014 - Clear Filter Press 2015
    Leader Revolution Pan and SS Pre-Heater 2016
    H20 Innovations Air Injection 2019
    CDL AirTech Pump Hi Vacuum 2019
    06' Gator HPX to collect wood & sap
    14' Ski-Doo Tundra for winter work in the woods
    Great Family 3 grown kids+spouses and 7 grand kids who like the woods
    7th Gen Canadian - Raised in Chardon Ohio - Maple Capital of the World...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnallin View Post
    I have to say, that's a beautiful looking building. Very nice job indeed.
    Thank you, i have def put lots of time into it and still have a long ways to go as well. But i just keep chugging along and things seem to get done slowly, and think im happy with the way its coming out.

    Also looking at your profile pic, i really like your hemlock Timber frame.

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    Are you heating the RO room by heat pump? I selected a propane Modine Hot Dawg for mine.
    Ken & Sherry
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    2017 - 13 gallons on 65 taps (12 buckets, rest 3/16), 2x4 flat bottom, modified cargo box sugarhouse
    2018 - 90 gallons on 418 taps (gravity lines), Leader 30"x10' Vortex Arch & Max Raised Flue with Rev Syrup Pan, New Sugarhouse
    2019 - Burned through alot more money: heated kitchen, 2x2,000 and 375 gal ss sap tanks, CDL1200 RO, Bauch Vac Pump, More taps, etc., etc., etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TapTapTap View Post
    Are you heating the RO room by heat pump? I selected a propane Modine Hot Dawg for mine.
    Yes that is a 2 Ton mini split heat pump setup, i will also have a back up heat source. although it has worked very well so far.

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    Finally got the front door finished and installed, Glad to keep that draft out now.
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    Well i wanted to do my lighting a little different and try to hide most of it. This is what i came up with, it seems to be a pain to install the way i am but think i like the way its coming out.

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    You have too much free time.
    Dave Klish about 1320 taps in '15, down to about 700 in '16, up to 1000 for 2019?
    2012 Mahindra 36 HP 4x4/ loader/cab/heat/AC:-)
    added a gooseneck equipment trailer and F350 to tow it to haul more sap
    3x8 raised flue evaporator
    250 GPH converted to electric, RO by Ray Gingerich
    6.32 KW solar system, 1.48KW is battery backed up, all net metered
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    Quote Originally Posted by maple flats View Post
    You have too much free time.
    Haha, im not too sure about that lol. I was in there till 1 am doing this the other night. it seems to be taking away from my sleeping hours.

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    That's a really nice looking sugar house you have there. And 10-4 on working til' the wee hours on Maple...I've got the T shirt.
    John Allin

    14x18 Hemlock Timber Frame Sugar House 2009
    Leader 2x6 w/Patriot Raised Flue Pan 2009
    Leader Steam Hood 2014 - Clear Filter Press 2015
    Leader Revolution Pan and SS Pre-Heater 2016
    H20 Innovations Air Injection 2019
    CDL AirTech Pump Hi Vacuum 2019
    06' Gator HPX to collect wood & sap
    14' Ski-Doo Tundra for winter work in the woods
    Great Family 3 grown kids+spouses and 7 grand kids who like the woods
    7th Gen Canadian - Raised in Chardon Ohio - Maple Capital of the World...

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