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Steelers77 03-11-2011 07:52 PM

Brisk Heat Heating tape
 
I have a few of these brisk heat heating tapes for sale:

http://www.briskheat.com/p-290-bsat-...l-control.aspx

I was going to use them for maintaining heat on my keggles during the winter but moved to a RIMS system.

I am selling them for $55 shipped.

These have a percentage control.

bbognerks 03-11-2011 08:18 PM

Not that I'm interested in buying, but maybe you might post the size/wattage/voltage? Interesting product.

Steelers77 03-11-2011 09:37 PM

That's why I put the link up, but here ya go:

Maximum exposure temperature: 450oF (232oC)
Silicone rubber extruded outer sheath
Fiberglass knitted and braided construction
Power density: 6.0 watts/in˛ (0.009 watts/mm˛)
Suitable for electrically conductive surfaces
120 or 240VAC
6 feet (2m) long power cord with
120VAC: standard 2-prong plug (NEMA 1-15)

bbognerks 03-11-2011 09:41 PM

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I realize that, but on that page, it has a drop down with all sorts of lengths, widths, watts, and voltages. I was simply curious which ones you were selling.

Steelers77 03-14-2011 03:54 AM

Hey it's the bsat101010

1" wide
120" long
720 watts

Steelers77 03-17-2011 02:48 AM

Sold one, any one else need one?

Sheldon 03-17-2011 03:21 AM

John:

If it has a temp controller, I am interested. Let me know.

Sheldon (in VA)

Steelers77 03-17-2011 03:36 AM

Hey Sheldon,
It has a variable controller but it is in percentage and not degrees, The max temp is 450 so you can set it at 25% and it should be around 112 degrees, 50% 250 degrees and so on.
John

Sheldon 03-17-2011 07:57 PM

great, i will pm you for details.

bitmask 03-17-2011 09:34 PM

I'm not trying to knock what he's got: I think it's a great deal at that price, and should work for maintaining heat.

But it should be pointed out that it's probably not really a straight percentage of the max heat output. It's a time based percentage setting, so you're adjusting the time intervals that it is on vs off. I haven't used this particular one, so it might be such a high frequency interval switch that it does maintain a consistent predictable temp, but it might also require a fair amount of tweaking based on exterior temp, volumes etc to keep your liquid/mash/whatever at the temp you want.

But if you're periodically monitoring the temp anyway it wouldn't be a big deal. Looks like cool stuff.


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