What you're seeing in the above photos is the G3 Fermenter King. There is a 60L version coming out soon as well. Both versions feature plunge valves, dryhop ports, collection vessels, thermowells and temp control ports. They also come with an adaptor that will fit to the bottom assembly that allows for attaching any 2inch tri-clover equipment that you want.
The temp control boxes are called Thermentor Kings. They aren't yet available due to some manufacturing hold ups but are expected later this year.
I hope it works out as I know he uses your products and due to his background, experience, knowledge and influence, he is truly probably the best person for testing.Thanks for that. I really appreciate getting to know people in the US who might be interested in what we have
Have written to him already. Would be interesting to know which of our products he has used as we have not sold a lot in the US. Bit concerned it might be stuff from those in China using our name.I hope it works out as I know he uses your products and due to his background, experience, knowledge and influence, he is truly probably the best person for testing.
I'm afraid I don't know. I reread a previous post of his and now realize he was talking about your future release. My bad.Have written to him already. Would be interesting to know which of our products he has used as we have not sold a lot in the US. Bit concerned it might be stuff from those in China using our name.
I so get wanting to see it go bang but the reality is the safe failure mode is what makes it worth investing in a Keg King product from Australia compared to stuff coming out of China which is simply not suitable for pressure fermenting. We actually do want to take it to its limit so we have machined a stainless steel lid which will not deform and we plan to run this experiment again with this. Hopefully it will be the neck ring holding the lid which breaks but let’s see what the real experiment reveals.SO wanted to see something dramatic but I respect the soft-fail.
The integrity of the (blow-molded?) tank was truly impressive though...
Well what most people knew about that business was just the tip of the iceberg and there are still repercussions from it. Sadly the losers were the many home brewers who did not get what they thought they were buying. Anyway we have moved on from this and just want to bring great products to homebrewers around the world and help people enjoy their passions for this wonderful pastime. We have a few more experiments planned when time permits but at least we have some solid runs on the board with the PET vessels that we make and now the task is to convey this to the end users and provide them with the information so that they can make a good choice.Having followed the Keg King saga with the trials and tribulations I understand what you're up against (and that's a shame).
As I indicated, that was an impressive test (if less entertaining than the alternative )
Will look forward to the next test - actually interested what the failure mode will look like (split? top comes off? bottom drops out? Stay tuned! )