7 BBL Mash Tun (Non-Insulated)
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7 BBL Mash Tun (Non-Insulated)

SKU MT7BBL-OPEN-LHRH

Like all of our commercial mash tuns, this 7 bbl non-insulated mash tun can be used in a variety of mashing methods and is designed to give you an optimum combination of good extraction, high gravities, and efficient lautering.  It is a more cost efficient option for brewers that do not want a 7 bbl mash tun with rake and plow.


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MT7BBL-OPEN-LHRH (9323)

Price: $9,328.00
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Estimated Availability: February 15, 2022

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  • Material: Premium virgin 304 stainless steel
  • Capacity: 275 Gallons

This Non-Insulated 7 BBL Mash Tun features:

  • Open Top with lid
  • Wedge wire false bottom
  • Rectangular side manway
  • Chute for spent grains
  • (3) upper inlets for strike water, vorlauf, and sparge
  • 4" TC port for optional grist hydrator
  • CIP spray ball
  • 1.5" Tri clamp bottom outlet with butterfly valve
  • Available with or without insulation and/or steam jacketing
  • Right hand (OR) Left hand orientation options are available

Dimensions of this 7 bbl mash tun:

  • Diameter: 45.5 inches
  • Height: 65.5 inches

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