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Old 11-16-2017, 06:56 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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This thing awesome!!!
This is a "mold rack system" from https://ptownsubbie.com/products/pressure-pot-rack

It will clearly hold 16 of the tube-in molds (4 on each rack, depending on the size of the molds) or 4 of the block molds (1 on each rack). And the clear top will prevent the air from the intake blowing your resin out of the molds as you add air.

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I wish the pictures would enlarge when you click on them ......
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All of Fred's products are top notch ...
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Click on the link I provided. Better pics.
I think it was just way I took the pics is why they are sideways.



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Looks good but what is a standard size pressure pot? Is that the 2-1/2 gallon size like you can get from Harbor Freight? Also, what is this made of? It looks like that high density plastic stuff which would be great I think. I can't tell from the picture but does it have a handle to lift it and to lower it into the pot?
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Looks good but what is a standard size pressure pot? Is that the 2-1/2 gallon size like you can get from Harbor Freight? Also, what is this made of? It looks like that high density plastic stuff which would be great I think. I can't tell from the picture but does it have a handle to lift it and to lower it into the pot?
It fits the Harbor Freight pots perfectly.
The material is HDPE.
Not a "handle" per say, but the side supports is cut out in way that makes it very easy to hold on to while lowering and lifting it.



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These are currently sold out. Does anybody know what the price was, I can't remember. Thanks.
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These are currently sold out. Does anybody know what the price was, I can't remember. Thanks.
I think they are $40.00
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