Last Activity:01-14-2015 8:56 PM
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Posted in thread: Scorched Element on 01-14-2015 at 09:42 PM
These are not the same ferules. The weldless one Bobby_M is selling is much thinner than the
welded one brewbien is using. Getting a wavy element through the ferule is a combination of
diameter AND de...
Posted in thread: Weldless Triclover Element? on 01-14-2015 at 09:40 PM
i posted this up and thought it was funny no one was interested in an ACTUAL WELDLESS system?
for posting this. I was looking at Bobby's kettle enclosures at brewhardware. Any plans for
this type of...
Posted in thread: Weldless Triclover Element? on 01-14-2015 at 05:33 PM
CAMCO 5500W ULWD. The same one everyone uses.Thanks.
Posted in thread: Scorched Element on 01-14-2015 at 05:10 PM
It's been at least a year maybe two since i tried with the ripple element but i just remembered
a detail that I left out. The problem was fitting it through the brewer's hardware element
adapter, not ...
Posted in thread: Scorched Element on 01-14-2015 at 04:11 PM
Here is a picture.246969Basically because of the length of the ferrule and size of the hole,
you can't get the wavy element through the hole without straightening which I tried without
luck. It felt l...
Posted in thread: BrewHardware.com RIMS hardware Kit and more Giveaway! on 01-14-2015 at 03:54 PM
Count me in, thanks!
Posted in thread: Weldless Triclover Element? on 01-14-2015 at 03:53 PM
There's no issues moving the wavy element through the 1.5"... So that reason is a non starter.
But...if you went 2" rims and element, you have sanke compatible hardware as well...so there's
Posted in thread: 120v heating element with gas stove top? on 01-14-2015 at 03:06 PM
I was just looking at these on Bobby's site:https://www.brewhardware.com/product_p/etc4wf.htm
(welded)or unwelded https://www.brewhardware.com/product_p/hotpod-ewl3.htmLook a lot safer than
what I hav...
Posted in thread: Spike Brewing 12.5 Gallon Conical Fermenter Giveaway! on 01-06-2014 at 05:14 PM
I'm in! Thanks!
Posted in thread: How often is too often? on 03-10-2013 at 06:24 AM
I'm not sure that I understand this argument. The homebrewing industry supplies what the
consumer demands... Not the other way around. I can make whatever size batch of beer that I
want. I make 4G bat...