F/S - Custom Cooling Tunnel - CT, USA

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
07/25/16 09:09:26AM
8 posts

We had a custom cooling tunnel made a while back.  We were using it for cooling our chocolate bars. Its 12 foot long three doors on top to view chocolate or to access molds that get stuck or to cool a smaller batch with out using the rails inside.  We have brackets in place for a motorized belt but never ended up needing it.  Temperature controls on the side.  single phase

Local pick up.    Shipping is possible - buyer responsible for shipping cost and arrangement.

Buyers responsible for shipping costs.

$7000

If you would like the belt food grade belt to be added I have a quote of $1500

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updated by @patrick-cayer: 07/26/16 01:43:34PM
Virgilio Rubini
@virgilio-rubini
07/25/16 01:01:06PM
14 posts

Hi,

Where is it located?

V.

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
07/25/16 01:08:36PM
8 posts

It is located in southern CT 

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
07/26/16 01:31:29PM
8 posts

@virgilio-rubini  Sorry forgot to add the city: Seymour Ct 


updated by @patrick-cayer: 07/26/16 01:33:35PM
Erin
@erin
12/04/16 04:34:55PM
31 posts

Is this still available?  How wide is it?

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
12/13/16 08:09:38PM
8 posts
  • @erin .It is still available and it's 20 inches wide with and opening of 17inches if you need more pictures let me now 
dfsurface
@dfsurface
01/23/17 09:26:16AM
2 posts

is this cooling tunnel still availale

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
01/23/17 10:34:37AM
8 posts

@dfsurface yes the cooling tunnel is still available. 

dfsurface
@dfsurface
01/23/17 11:48:44AM
2 posts

We would like to purchase a tunnel like this, I can call you if you send me your number or

you can call our office at 260-969-8335 and have me paged.

Patrick Cayer
@patrick-cayer
01/23/17 01:48:56PM
8 posts
@dfsurface Please call 203 881 6525 
updated by @patrick-cayer: 01/23/17 01:58:13PM

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