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Old 01-27-2014, 05:13 PM   #21
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I chased it a bit to begin with but, when I left it alone, the PID did what PIDs do. They stayed +/- 1 degree for most of the mash (RIMS probe slightly warmer than the mash probe). I thought there would be more heat transfer as the wort made it through the pump, RIMS tube, and about 12-15 ft of silicone, but the probes are reliable and were calibrated together.

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