WHAT DO YOU GET WITH YOUR NEW W.F. MASON EVAPORATOR?
Main Boiling Pan
Cast Iron Grate
We have produced larger equipment in the past, but, with the growing demand for smaller equipment, we have decided to concentrate on that market.
All wood-fired evaporators are tig-welded 304 stainless steel.
Evaporators can be picked up in Porter, Maine or shipped by truck. Ask us for trucking rates to your location.
OPTIONS: Dial Thermometer $50.00 Blower for Hobby Evaporators $165.00
Blower for 2'x 6' and 2'x 8' flue evaporators $325 1/4" Ceramic Fiber Arch Paper $10/square foot The number of recommended taps is at the discretion of the customer.
2' X 3' HOBBY EVAPORATOR 3 section flat pan Evaporation Rate: 7-9 GPH (gallons per hour) Recommended for 1-50 taps. $1050
2' X 4' HOBBY EVAPORATOR 3 section flat pan Evaporation Rate: 9-12 GPH (gallons per hour) Recommended for 1-100 taps. $1,300
HOBBY EVAPORATOR XL
4' Model (2' x 4')
More sections, smaller sections, means the syrup moves farther and is made faster. The preheater box is mounted on the stack collar utilizing the stack heat for actual preheating.
4' Model - $1,700
HOBBY EVAPORATOR XL
2' X 3'
3' Model - $1,400
The Valve is used when the sugarmaker wants to feed the preheater box from a larger feeder tank. Maintains your preheater sap level as you boil. Can be ordered with your evaporator or after. A 1” hole punched in the preheater is necessary for mounting.
OPTION: Dial Thermometer
OPTION: Arch Blower Perfect size for Hobby Evaporators
Now includes speed control $165 $15 Shipping
Perfect size for a
2'x 6' or 2'x 8' flue evaporator
Blower with speed control
Arch Paper Kit
1/4" Arch Paper $10 per square foot
An extra layer of insulation lining the arch(stove) walls helps protect the arch better than fire brick alone. The kit is precut, but you can trim to fit with a utility knife if necessary. Line the arch with the paper then brick over it.
3' arch takes 12 square feet = $120
4' arch takes 14 square feet = $140
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