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    Default Leader Micro 1 actual production capacities

    Thinking of upgrading my current RO and looking at the Leader Micro 1. From everything I have heard it is a well built unit but I cannot find any actual production figures on what it will do. I tap around 175 trees all on buckets and on a good day we may have 225 to 300 gallons of sap, usually around 2.0 %. What can this unit do with a run like that and how much permeate would be needed to do the wash at the end of the day. Assume I would want to concentrate to 6%.
    Thanks,
    Clay
    Clay Stroup
    Stroup's Sugar Bush
    Almont, MI

    2016: 20 taps, 2 gallons
    2017: 80 taps, 12 gallons
    2018: 92 taps, 16 gallons
    2019: 110 taps, 34 gallons
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    You will need about 65 gallons of permeate to do a wash and rinse.
    1000 taps on vacuum back down to 105 buckets
    2x7 A&A Raised Flue
    CDL 12" vacuum filter
    2019 Kawasaki Mule Pro MX Sap Hauler
    Past evaporators: Phaneuf 2x6, A&A 2.5x10, Smoky Lake 2x8 (oil then wood fired)
    Syrup made 2010:36 gal 2011:126 gal 2012:81 gal 2013:248 gal 2014: 329.5 gal 2015:305 gal 2016:316 gal 2017:258 gal 2018:147 gal 2019:91 gal 2020: 30 gal
    Tapping the same trees my great, great and great grandfathers tapped.

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