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  1. #11
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    Not sure if you have a tractor supply store near you, but this is an option to heat your wash tank water.
    https://www.tractorsupply.com/tsc/pr...r?cm_vc=-10005
    It will heat and hold your water temperature to 100 - 110 degrees.
    Gary
    16' X 24' Sugarhouse
    2' X 6' Leader Inferno Arch with Revolution Raised-Flue Pans, Smoky Lake preheater and hood
    Deer Run Maple gas-powered 250 RO
    WesFab 7" filter press
    Kubota 1100 RTV with tracks and 125 gallon tank for transporting sap
    600+ taps on gravity and vacuum
    Very supportive wife who is the best coworker
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  2. #12
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    The tank deicer would seem to be the simplest solution. FWIW, until recently, Eastern Canadian Tractor Supply Stores were called TSC. Now they are Peavey Mart and yes, they do have them, in stock and on sale. The nice thing about using this heater with permeate is that the heater will never suffer from a build-up of lime!
    Thanks everyone for the suggestions.
    Steve

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