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  1. #14
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    Sure but is this the water inlet line? Last I checked only water went in there and coffee came out the business end into the pot.
    Quote Originally Posted by drewwells View Post
    I did a little searching as to why...
    This is from the North Carolina Food Code Manual (2009)-

    "4-101.14 Copper, Use Limitation.
    (A) Except as specified in ¶ (B) of this section, copper and
    copper alloys such as brass may not be used in contact with a
    FOOD that has a pH below 6 such as vinegar, fruit JUICE, or wine
    or for a fitting or tubing installed between a backflow prevention
    device and a carbonator. P

    (B) Copper and copper alloys may be used in contact with beer
    brewing ingredients that have a pH below 6 in the
    prefermentation and fermentation steps of a beer brewing
    operation such as a brewpub or microbrewery."

    Coffee is mildly acidic, around 4.5 PH.

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  2. #15
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    Actually, this is only a hot water dispenser. water is 7ish around here, both in and out.

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    I'm still trying to figure out how the water touches the flare nut.

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    I have a question is this a newer inspector? I have had a newer health inspector try to tell me a walk-in freezer was out of temp when it was in defrost. Is he just digging¿

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    Inspectors sometimes use a "weighted" thermometer that averages the temp over a period of time, thus taking into account times when door is open or defrosting.
    Quote Originally Posted by howerpeter View Post
    I have a question is this a newer inspector? I have had a newer health inspector try to tell me a walk-in freezer was out of temp when it was in defrost. Is he just digging¿

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