Re: Top Tier mounting kit for Tower of Power

Mon Sep 02, 2013 8:00 am

You make my decision for 240V PID HLT and 110V PID RIMS a good one.

Is the gas valve proportional or digital (on/off)?

You could size the valve (referred to as orifice size) larger. Would assume you have a 1/4" valve body in there now - $50ish to go larger, say 1/2" body. Did Blichmann add any additional orifices to the system?
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Re: Top Tier mounting kit for Tower of Power

Tue Sep 03, 2013 2:44 pm

It's on or off, and you use your existing orifice. The Blitchmann website has the operations manual for the Tower of Power downloadable. Check that out. I should answer your questions.

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Re: Top Tier mounting kit for Tower of Power

Tue Sep 03, 2013 9:41 pm

gwk453 wrote:It's on or off, and you use your existing orifice.


Yeah you do. :lol:
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