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The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby Jaybird » Tue Jan 19, 2016 5:20 pm

Ha Ha Ha.. So I had a few of my distilling customers task me in creating a mash paddle they could use to stir, mix and mash their corn using a high power drill, while they were boiling their mash. Our whirlpool paddles were good but not able to to take the abuse of a heavy corn mash. So we got to work and built the "Dough Ball Destroyer". This thing will absolutely be the beat all, end all to any dough ball in your grain mash or corn mash.
I shortened up the paddles about 1/2" and then did a 4 point TIG weld to seal the deal.
I just got word back that they did their best to destroy it and absolutely failed. This thing I guess was able to mix a 80% corn mash at a commercial distillery so I know you guys cant hurt it....Have fun trying!

I am building them long, almost 31" long to get into those big mash tuns. But you know me if you want it custom built smaller just let me know. I'll hook you up.


The dough ball destroyer

Stay posted. I'm gonna mix some concrete with it next week...LOL

Cheers
Jay
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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby kimbodious » Tue Jan 19, 2016 8:14 pm

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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby Maheel » Tue Jan 19, 2016 8:19 pm

beaten by kimb :)
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and associated shed filling stuff......
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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby kimbodious » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:14 pm

Was it good for you?
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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby Jaybird » Wed Jan 20, 2016 8:08 am

Jaybird wrote:Ha Ha Ha.. So I had a few of my distilling customers task me in creating a mash paddle they could use to stir, mix and mash their corn using a high power drill, while they were boiling their mash. Our whirlpool paddles were good but not able to to take the abuse of a heavy corn mash. So we got to work and built the "Dough Ball Destroyer". This thing will absolutely be the beat all, end all to any dough ball in your grain mash or corn mash.
I shortened up the paddles about 1/2" and then did a 4 point TIG weld to seal the deal.
I just got word back that they did their best to destroy it and absolutely failed. This thing I guess was able to mix a 80% corn mash at a commercial distillery so I know you guys cant hurt it....Have fun trying!

I am building them long, almost 31" long to get into those big mash tuns. But you know me if you want it custom built smaller just let me know. I'll hook you up.

http://www.norcalbrewingsolutions.com/s ... royer.html

Stay posted. I'm gonna mix some concrete with it next week...LOL

Cheers
Jay
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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby Jaybird » Wed Jan 20, 2016 8:09 am

I'm not exactly sure how I just re-posted that. I was trying to edit.

Thanks for the heads up guys.

Cheers
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Re: The DOUGH BALL DESTROYER!

Postby Otago Elvis » Wed Jan 20, 2016 11:15 pm

kimbodious wrote:Was it good for you?


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