mavrick1903 Senior Member Joined: 17 Mar 2011 Posts: 75 Location: Madison WI Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Fri Feb 1, 2013, 4:45pm Subject: Pitcher Rinser
I've been kicking around a pitcher rinser for some time now. I'm getting ready to build a cabinet unit in a newly remodeled room. I intend to plumb my Alex Duetto II at this bar. Counter space will be limited. Around 25 deep by 40 or 42" wide.
I'd really like a pitcher/glass rinser incorporated into the bar.
Any one done this?
Anyone considered converting their stock drip try, meaning adding the rinser jet to the drip tray? I think I can do this for under $80 considering I'll already be bringing supply and drain for the machine itself. It would also be a serious space saver.
calblacksmith Moderator Joined: 25 Nov 2007 Posts: 7,312 Location: Riverside, Ca, U.S.A. Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Mon Feb 4, 2013, 10:25am Subject: Re: Pitcher Rinser
I have only seen the rinse head mounted in a micro size sink, never in a drip tray. If you are set on the drip tray option then give it a try, you will be the first and you could then do a write up to tell us how it went.
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