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Posted in thread: 120V EBIAB 1500W RIMS with Boil Burner Build on 10-18-2015 at 06:14 PM
I would also be interested in hearing more about your system, this could be great. My only
question is whether 2x 2000w elements would be enough to boil a 10gal batch?I use 2, 2000w
Posted in thread: Camco 5500W ULDW Scorched Back to Back Brews on 12-26-2014 at 04:14 PM
I had this scorching issue with my last batch. It turned out that my element was cracked. Never
had this issue in any of my prior batches. Installing a new element today which should resolve
Posted in thread: Auberins SYL-2342 and SSR's? on 10-30-2014 at 05:08 AM
Finalized and electrically tested my control unit using the Auberins 2342. Everything tested
out perfectly with my DVM. I then subjected the unit to a use test with 9 gallons of 65* water.
The PID bro...
Posted in thread: Auberins SYL-2342 and SSR's? on 10-26-2014 at 11:16 PM
Posted in thread: Auberins SYL-2342 and SSR's? on 10-26-2014 at 09:23 PM
How about a rough schematic that I could use?I have a bunch of DC power supplies lying
about.Would something like this work?
Posted in thread: Auberins SYL-2342 and SSR's? on 10-26-2014 at 04:35 PM
Through a mighty brain cramp, I accidentally ordered an Auberins 2342 for my E-Biab setup
instead of the 2352. Can I use the 2342 to cycle the 2 SSR's I have? I'd send back the 2342 and
get the 2352 b...
Posted in thread: Priceless BiabCalc on 10-22-2014 at 02:51 PM
Looks like you nailed it nicely! My recent brew day went well using your calculator!
Posted in thread: Jon's E-BIAB Build on 08-07-2014 at 05:39 PM
I'm slowly putting together my E-BIAB system now and had a few ideas about keeping my bag off
the elements. Your pot and false bottom is a very nice simple solution!Does the false bottom
clog at all w...
Posted in thread: Terrible water help, dumped 45 gal on 06-24-2014 at 12:40 PM
Even though my tap water is pretty decent, I use a carbon block filter to get rid of chlorine
and campden tablets to get rid of chloromines. I then adjust my water profile with brewing
salts to get a ...
Posted in thread: Cream Ale help. on 01-19-2013 at 12:34 PM
6-row was the standard for most American beers prior to Prohibition from what I understand. It
also is on par with standard American 2-row but still retains the larger grain husk. I think