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Old 06-17-2009, 03:56 AM   #1
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I'm selling 2 brand new heat sticks that I ordered from highgravitybrew.com
these are their large 5500W units and will bring your system to boil in record time.

Heating Element - 5500 watt - Burners & Electric Pot Heaters - High Gravity


I was planning on building an electronic brewing system in my basement. But I was just laid-off and unfortunatly can't afford the remodel at this time.

I paid $60 each for these and I'm asking $50. I am open for offers, really could use the extra cash.

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Old 06-17-2009, 07:53 AM   #2
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I wish I had the cash, one of those would be sweet.

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does this use a standard plug?

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does this use a standard plug?

from their website "Element is 5500 watts and uses a 220V 30A 3-prong outlet."

so no, you would need a 220 outlet to run these.
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sold

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