Reloading Equipment ***SOLD*** WTS: Giraud Annealer Dual-Flame unit and/or with Annie Induction conversion

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Gauging interest:
I have a Giraud Annealing machine, that I converted to induction with an Annie Induction annealer and several work coils. I have all the wheels to handle every caliber or most calibers:
.223
.308/6.5CM
.338 Lapua
.50 BMG

Currently set up as an induction annealer and works great but more expensive. The induction heater and work coils (one with full water recirculation cooling, one without for the smaller calibers) will add another 400.00 to the Giraud.

Converted back to flame with all caliber wheels included and the optional second flame unit: $400.00
Converted to induction with the Annie Annealer and microswitch/phenolic ramp guides: $800.00 (Will also include the original flame torches and parts for using propane or MAPP gas)

This has served me well for many years. It just takes up a bit of room with the inductor and water pump.

$400.00 (Dual Flame units with all caliber conversion wheels)
$800.00 (Complete converted induction with all caliber conversion wheels and original flame units/parts)

OBO

Thanks for looking

Video from when it was setup with the dual flame tips:
 

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Sold Pending Funds to 5x5 for the flame unit. I'll be posting the induction conversion kit separately. Thanks for your interest.
 

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Sold Pending Funds to 5x5 for the flame unit. I'll be posting the induction conversion kit separately. Thanks for your interest.
Did you sell your Annie induction annealer? I didn’t see another post. I’m looking for one.
 

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Did you sell your Annie induction annealer? I didn’t see another post. I’m looking for one.
No sir. The Giraud was sold as a flame unit. I still have the Annie and the Giraud conversion plus work coils. I just haven't posted it yet. Do you have a Giraud you want to covert-to, or just interested in the Annie with non-giraud coils?
 

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This is my first annealer, so I’m not 100% sure what I want/need. I was looking at the AMP annealer, but realized it was out of my price range. I can anneal with just the Annie, correct? I was looking at those on their website. The Giraud conversion just automates the process? I do not have the giraud, but also don’t mind to anneal each one by hand (no automation).
 

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This is my first annealer, so I’m not 100% sure what I want/need. I was looking at the AMP annealer, but realized it was out of my price range. I can anneal with just the Annie, correct? I was looking at those on their website. The Giraud conversion just automates the process? I do not have the giraud, but also don’t mind to anneal each one by hand (no automation).
Yes, you can anneal with just the Annie one at a time with no problem. The Giraud conversion requires you to buy or own a Giraud case annealer, which is a set of cartridge guides and ramps that are made out of non-conductive materials, as well as a new carriage assembly that incorporates the microswitch to trip the Annie.

You would just need the Annie power supply, a work coil, and if you will be annealing a bunch of cases at once, the watercooling setup. Since you don't have the Giraud, then you can save 150 bucks since you don't need the conversion kit.

I'll post the setup after I get off work.
 

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This is my first annealer, so I’m not 100% sure what I want/need. I was looking at the AMP annealer, but realized it was out of my price range. I can anneal with just the Annie, correct? I was looking at those on their website. The Giraud conversion just automates the process? I do not have the giraud, but also don’t mind to anneal each one by hand (no automation).

Here we go:
Annie induction annealer kit complete with following parts:
Induction power supply 1200W
Water recirculating cooler (with both power options: wall wart or directly off the Annie connector)
Water cooled induction work coil (.587 opening for anything up to .308 body diameter)
Water cooled induction work coil (.850 opening for anything bigger up to .50 BMG)
2 optional flux concentrators for use on different applications (use the water-cooled coils for cartridge brass, they are the most efficient)
1/4" Polyethilene tubing for the water cooler
Bottle of anti-corrosion/anti-fungal additive for the radiator

From Fluxeon this would all run about $700.00

I'm asking $550.00 shipped

There's videos on how to put together a stand for dropping cases through to a pan underneath, and fluxeon also sells a little scissors-lift stand you can use to adjust the height with a knob. They also sell an automated case feeder unit that hooks up to a Dillon collator if you ever want to go that route later on. I ran this on a Giraud, so I never got those parts as they weren't needed. If interested, send me a PM.
 

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