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Default Wine Equipment for sale

On Tuesday, April 4, 1995 at 3:00:00 AM UTC-4, steve strait wrote:
> This is a list of used wine making equipment I am
> selling. They are too big for my needs. These items came
> from a small commercial winery in eastern Iowa and were
> purchased new by them roughly three years before they
> went out of business.
> Presque Isle
> Model B-50 Bladder Press
> w/ cart mounted full reversing pump.
> wt. approx. 285 lb. basket 20" x 26" vol. 32.5 Gal.
> Pump Motor: 1.5 hp 110 V convertible to 220 V
> single phase w/reversing switch.
> Press Pump: gear type 100 psi. Full Reversing w/
> pressure gauge, check valves & hoses.
> This is a small high efficiency vert. basket press that
> uses a water inflated neoprene bladder to press outward.
> 35 to 40 psi. is sufficient to press aprox. 150 gal per
> ton yield from whites in two pressings. 60 psi. is the
> recommended pressure limit.
> The neoprene bladder is about 6 years old and appears to
> be good, the manufacturer states about a ten year life
> on these. Replacement Bladders are available from
> Presque Isle.
> -----------
> Grape Crusher/Stemmer
> (F. lli Rossi, Mod. Capri)
> Motorized unit 110 convertible to 220 with nylon rollers
> and stainless steel stem separation screen.
> --------
> Ebulliometer (Dujardin-Salleron Model 360)
> Alcohol content meter approved for commerce by US.
> treasury Dept. Testing is based on the difference in
> the boiling points of water and wine. Instructions,
> thermometer and temperature index incl.
> ---------
> About 50 or more 500 foot (Aprox.) rolls of heavy gauge
> galvanized high-tensile crimped trellis wire made
> specifically for viticulture. It appears to be about 8
> gauge or heavier. This wire is made specifically for
> heavy bearing vines and is formidable. The wire is used,
> but, is splice and kink free and shows no sign of
> corrosion. There will be occasional tendrils on the
> wire.
> For those with no previous experience with high tensile
> wire, this wire is formidable and will spring off the
> coil and straighten if so allowed. HANDLE WITH CAUTION.
> Standard wire cutters will not cut it and splices should
> be made with sleeves and a nicopress tool specific to
> this purpose. The wire is crimped every inch
> throughout the length to provide a good grip for
> tendrils and even tension throughout seasonal
> temperature variations.
> I will sell whole rolls by weight or will consider
> offers for the lot. I will provide the approx. length to
> weight ratio and the weight of the various rolls on
> request.
> Send a request for price list by E-mail or Snail Mail
> Steven Strait >
> 1379 HWY 6 NW
> Oxford, Iowa 52322

Looking to buy the Ebulliometer only what would you sell this complete item for?
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