Re: 30 gal copper tank ... useful?
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Charlie Mccready
>tank hot water heater with the top removed showing a bunch of blue-
> well, at the moment it still looks like a typical U.S.A. 30gal.
green oxidation (that's how i verified it was copper). how do i post
a pic on the group?
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> From: daddyman00126 <daddyman00126@...>
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> Subject: [new_distillers] Re: 30 gal copper tank .... useful?
> I could think of lots of things to do with a 30 copper tank. Can
> take a picture of it and but it on this site. I bet someone willpick
> it up.of
> The best for last
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "charliemcj" <charliemcj@>
> > Hi, I recently retired an old hot water heater that has a 30gal
> > tank. I was going to get cash for it as scrap. (with the price
> > copper these days that would be a few hundred bucks). I figuredI'd
> > check with this group and see if it would be a useful item towhether
> > starting out. I'm not involved in distilling so I don't know
> > it would or not. I figured it couldn't hurt to check.http://www.taet.com.au/distillers.nsf/
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