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Unread 10-31-2012, 10:28 AM   #16
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Just playing around with it, it seems like it will be easy enough to use. Bigger cuts should stay put when injecting, but small things might be a little more tricky.
Looking at that bottle, does it have a "lock" to allow for continuous flow? I ask because you could pressurize the system and then engage that lock. You would then only need some sort of "stop" switch down by the needle that could be activated by a single hand while the other hand could be holding the meat or whatever. Just a thought that popped into my head.
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Looking at that bottle, does it have a "lock" to allow for continuous flow? I ask because you could pressurize the system and then engage that lock. You would then only need some sort of "stop" switch down by the needle that could be activated by a single hand while the other hand could be holding the meat or whatever. Just a thought that popped into my head.
Thats actually plan B in case I decide I need both hands for injecting the meat more than I thought.

It does have a stop, so I'm thinking one of these would work.
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Great idea and WELL explained directions.
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Nice tutorial!

While I've tried the NoCents clone and didn't like the feel of it, yours with the stainless braid line is a step up above, but its still a two hand operation.

If you were to ad a nozzle with a delivery line like the KnuckleHead injector, you have something going.





I don't pull it out much unless I'm doing quantity meats, but it certainly is easier than a syringe. The needle is on a swivel joint and there is a positive flow lock and it has enough pressure to get the job done.

B-O-B made me a "stitch needle" injector for briskets.



Now brace yourself for the squeamish "is it food grade" material onslaught!!

Let it flow!
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its like im going to 'que-linary' class when i surf this forum...did i just coin a phrase?!

and i hope to give back as well...

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Now brace yourself for the squeamish "is it food grade" material onslaught!!

Let it flow!
Oh yeah I'm expecting it! :D
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This shoudl be roadmapped if it hasn't already!
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This shoudl be roadmapped if it hasn't already!
Dang...I aint never had no nuthin get roadmapped before!
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Default food grade until.

Everything you used your build could be labeled as food grade. The lines couplers and fittings you find under a kitchen sink. The sprayer, first use only is too. Go with the airhose stuff and it's not anymore because of lubes used.
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Everything you used your build could be labeled as food grade. The lines couplers and fittings you find under a kitchen sink. The sprayer, first use only is too. Go with the airhose stuff and it's not anymore because of lubes used.
Yeah if I used the air nozzle I would definitely flush it really well and re lube with food grade.

Not sure what you mean by "first use only" concerning the sprayer. Are you saying that it can't be considered food grade after it has been used?
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That's pretty sweet! Thanks for posting!
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Great post. Thanks, I find it very helpfull and will build myself one
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I wonder if the acidity or salt will have an adverse reaction to the rubber seals designed for use with plain water as well as the lining of the shrouded tubes.

I built a small brewery years ago and used the same shrouded tubes described. After a while I started noticing off-flavors in the beer only to discover it went away when I re-plumbed them with flexible copper pipe.
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