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A still but its a secret so dont tell anybody..... lol ?  

Try James dolan, H D Process. I don’t think they’d have second hand but you never know.  snap 

That's the usual tariff for living in Godzone ! 

Hi there, can anyone recommend a supplier of new or used food grade 100-200ltr steel drums. Or

is anyone reading this keen to sell 1-2? Preferably in the Waikato region... Cheers.

I have a friend who import stainless steel drums where you can take the whole top off for cleaning. Not cheap but at least reusable.

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Any idea on price for the stainless steel drums?

He sells 200ltr ones for $550 plus gst, includes the lid...... will discount for large orders.

 

 

google it.there was a outfit in auckland that do.new and recycled washed onesfrom memory were $135 up

Watch out for the washed one, make sure there's no water left in them.

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google it.there was a outfit in auckland that do.new and recycled washed onesfrom memory were $135 up

do they allow them to be used any more?

a lot of places have stopped reusing 2nd hand drums.

if that price is correct i think new ones are cheaper.

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do they allow them to be used any more?

a lot of places have stopped reusing 2nd hand drums.

if that price is correct i think new ones are cheaper.

That's right. They need specialised cleaning equipment to make sure they're clean right up under the lid. It's also too easy to damage the liners and have the content contaminated.

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12 minutes ago, Stainless Steel Drum said:

Hi I am wandering if somebody had the details for the Auckland stainless steel drum person in the conversation? I am looking for a couple second hand for an experiment. So second hand. Or if anybody has some spare. Warm regardzzzzzz Matt 

Try James dolan, H D Process. I don’t think they’d have second hand but you never know. 

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5 minutes ago, yesbut said:

I was quoted $780 + gst by them in an e-mail each.

Thanks.... Its hard to find info There is only the one HD process one. Otherwise the same thing comes from China or India for a fraction of that cost.

 

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3 minutes ago, Stainless Steel Drum said:

I was quoted $780 + gst by them in an e-mail each.

Thanks.... Its hard to find info There is only the one HD process one. Otherwise the same thing comes from China or India for a fraction of that cost.

 

That's the usual tariff for living in Godzone ! 

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the whole reason for stainless drums is to be able to reuse them, so i would guess anyone who has them gets them returned.

anything stainless is really expensive and is repairable. so i doubt there is many 2nd hands around.

 

what do you need it for?

theres often 2nd hand dairy or vineyard tanks available 2nd hand.

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On 17/04/2020 at 4:19 PM, tristan said:

the whole reason for stainless drums is to be able to reuse them, so i would guess anyone who has them gets them returned.

anything stainless is really expensive and is repairable. so i doubt there is many 2nd hands around.

 

what do you need it for?

theres often 2nd hand dairy or vineyard tanks available 2nd hand.

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3 hours ago, Stainless Steel Drum said:

A still but its a secret so dont tell anybody..... lol ?

 

how will you heat it?

one of the issues is the tanks are thin so if you heat it with an external burner you can run into problems. you need a thicker base, preferably a copper one.

if electric element heated its not so much of a problem. there is small tanks for other industries.

 

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2 hours ago, CHCHPaul said:

@Stainless Steel Drum I presume you’ve thought of making one out of an old (or even new) copper? Complete with built in element... copper soldering is not overly difficult and all the parts for the condenser are readily available. Just takes a bit of kiwi ingenuity ?

I realize that, but it is to be replicated easily and interchanging parts. thanks though.

 

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