HOMEBREW Digest #5334 Tue 20 May 2008

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  Butterfly valves (Harlan Bauer)
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---------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sun, 18 May 2008 23:37:01 -0500 From: Harlan Bauer <harlan.bauer at gmail.com> Subject: Butterfly valves Phase, Let me assure you, these are real, live butterfly valves. I've got two of them sitting in front of me. They came from Milwaukee Valve. Here's the data sheet for them; they're called butterball valves, BB2-100: http://www.milwaukeevalve.com/data/pdf/BB2.%20rev1.pdf What I'm going to use it for is to modulate an LP gas line into a burner for my 55-gal kettle with an actuator and a positioner on the control panel. Now, for some specifics--for water use, 120*F is the max. These things are really designed for cold water, but especially gas and combustable gas. harlan. Return to table of contents
Date: Tue, 20 May 2008 14:29:09 -0400 From: "Lemcke Keith" <klemcke at siebelinstitute.com> Subject: Building a brewing career For those brewers considering taking any of our courses this fall, please remember that you need to register soon in order to assure a seat in our Siebel Institute & World Brewing Academy courses. Our last two WBA Diploma Program sessions & their individual modules sold out months in advance of the course dates, so if you want to get in on these programs PLEASE don't wait too long to register. If you would like to learn how to prepare for our courses (and prepare for a career in brewing), please feel free to contact me at klemcke at siebelinstitute.com so I can assist you in building a study path. I can suggest some great textbooks to help you build your commercial-level brewing knowledge as well as help you decide whether a career in brewing is right for you. Keith Lemcke Vice-President Siebel Institute of Technology & World Brewing Academy Return to table of contents
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