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I have a very little used electric 'Baby Burco' boiler, it's the 7.5 gallon one so 33litres. Stainless Steel, lid is Aluminium I think.

It's had a ball-valve and stainless braid hop filter fitted.

Was going to be my second boiler for parti-gyle brews but am going to convert a 60litre bucket I have instead, that will have enough capacity to be the HLT too.

Any interest before I put it on eBay?
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Very probably. How much do want for it and what's the ball valve for?
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The ball valve is the tap, never trust anything else as a tap with boiling wort!!

I think SteveW recently bought one for £70+ unconverted, so offers in that region. It would go on eBay with a starting bid of £50.
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I sure did!
It was £77.00 Brand new, unused (No plug), and with P & P was £89.00.
Sounds like a bargain with the ball-valve and stainless braid hop filter fitted too!
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Trunky wrote:The ball valve is the tap, never trust anything else as a tap with boiling wort!!
Of course it is!!! I don't know what I was thinking when I asked that question (well actually I do, but am too embarrassed to share it).... Doh!
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I was thinking about Walrus Tennis.
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Yeah, I thought so...
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Used the ball valve & tank connector to convert SteveW's 45 litre Igloo Ice Cube to a mash tun, flogged the boiler on ebay :)
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