6K Mol-d'art melter
Posted in: Classifieds F/S or Wanted
110V or 220V?
Hi. I am interested in the molds. I see you have many items for sale. Do you have an updated PDF with all the items? If so, could you please send to email@example.com I live in Chile but will be in the US in a couple of weeks and would provide you with an address to ship the items. Thanks!
20 or 55kg unit.
Please let me me know if anyone has a Savage Bros 220V tempering machine for sale.
could you pls send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss further.
Hi. is the Sav Bros 50lb tempering machine still available? thanks.
Hi Francis. I realize that this post of yours was from a while ago. However, I am running into similar issue now with a cocoatown that i have here in Chile. I am wondering if you figured out a way to fix the issue, without having to buy new stones of course. cheers, mg
i don't have any experience with a rev 2. i have a Delta. Sounds as though it might be an issue with temperature probe on your baffle. do you have another baffle to try? apparently washing the baffle with too warm of water can damage the temp probe, FYI.
I connected with Andal from Cocoatown today via Skype video. She was very friendly and helpful. The unit I am using has plastic washers between the bolt and the granite stone. Apparently they added these washers as a sort of a test at a recommendation from someone, but are not necessary for the functioning of the machine. It was the washers that were rubbing and creating friction. They simply suggested I remove the plastic washers and give the unit another try.
Hi Even and Brianna,
I am interested to hear if you have found a solution to the delrin insert problem? I have just encountered the same issue with a CT 12STLA. i was starting a batch and a high pitch squeak started to come from the machine. I first thought is was the motor or the belt, but then i realized it was coming from the stones. Then I noticed white particles (plastic) in the bottom of the melanger. i stopped the process immediately and have sent an email off to Cocoatown asking for their technical support to solve the issue. Considering that I live in South America, sending it back to the US for repair is not an option. Anyway, i hope you found a solution and that you are back to making chocolate. any advice you have would be welcome.
brian, thanks for the quick and helpful response. if i end uptraveling to Limai will be sure to let you know, since Iwould love to have a chance to meet. this is totally unrelated to my day job with TNC.years ago i worked with cacao/chocolate in Ecuador and i am thinking of getting back into craft chocolate here in Chile.veremos....