And post insulation, aircon, wiring and gas.
Although i don't have it up and running yet due to some gas issues (lack of local knowledge from rural plumber!) i thought id post a picture
Is anyone else using a Phantom at all that would like to share tips and tricks??
Managed top get it off the truck, through the sliding glass doors and off the pallet all with the help of our trusty tractor (and dads foreman like advice!)
Picture of roasting shed (6x4 wish it was triple the size!) at bottom incase anyone is interested, pre insulation and air conditioning
roast shed - 2.jpg
WooHoo! Looks nice Luke!
Java "Gotta love a new toy!" phile
Toys! I must have new toys!!!
Congrats, that's going to be a nice set up
Fabulous Luke! Looking forward to your next instalment of the story! Sending a PM.....
Looking great Luke!
You need a "Type B" gas fitter/plumber to commission the roaster and it will need ESV (Energy Safe Victoria) to tag it before use.
See a previous post on the subject:
You could also try:
Gastite - Steve Hardiman - 0408 505 857
...he has installed quite a few roasters around rural Vic and knows the hurdles well.
Done, thanks again Andy/Chokkidog, Steve will be looking at the documentation that i send through shortly that came with the roaster and the ball is rolling
Will be very interested to hear how this roaster goes... the specs suggest that it is the ultimate solution!!!
Nice shed and setup
Look forward to hearing about the journey!
Shed looks great Luke. CRA are literally across the road from me, the Phantoms are a very good looking bit of kit
Looks awesome. I run a 2kg Solar. Envious. Appears that you are going into roasting pretty seriously. All the best!
I have been running my Phantom since last year. Despite some teething issues I am really happy with the results (3 bronze medals so far)
I can roast as little 1.2kg with great repeatable results.
looks great - and I'd love to hear you and Gavin's thoughts here in public, as the Phantom is what I'd love to grow into some day !