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Posted in thread: paintball tank regulator on 05-20-2012 at 03:04 PM
I converted a normal regulator to accept a paintball cylinder. I used a remote bottle adapter &
a pipe nipple. Works great & i can turn the gas off if needed.
Posted in thread: P-J is the MAN! on 10-14-2011 at 03:53 AM
I finished a (120volt) box like the on in the pic above about 2 weeks ago Only used it in a
smoker so far but still worked great & it boiled water. Next up is the 220v/120v toolbox
control panel & pum...
Posted in thread: 120v 5 gal questions on 10-03-2011 at 04:40 PM
If you have a 20Amp outlet go with a 2000watt element, You might want a 1500watt heatstick also
to reduce your time to boil (plugged into a 2nd circuit). For your kettle look at the Bayou
Posted in thread: Can if fit in a small box? on 09-20-2011 at 10:15 PM
I have a 6x6x4 box from Lowes (Carlon brand) and a SYL-2352 PID has about 1/4" to spare if top
mounted. A 25a SSR w/heatsink clears no problem.
Posted in thread: Kettle Drilling Problem on 09-20-2011 at 04:44 PM
I've got a 20qt from MoreBeer & it has the same tooling marks in it. I guess this justifies the
$$ for the knockout punches. I'm guessing a hole saw may end up doing the same thing.
Posted in thread: eBIAB with passive recurculation on 09-19-2011 at 11:08 PM
I've thought about the vertical element but the small batch size (3.5g) & grain bag make it
difficult. In my 12"dia. 20qt kettle w/ a 7.5" element it would need 3.67g just to cover the
element. The ba...
Posted in thread: eBIAB with passive recurculation on 09-19-2011 at 05:52 AM
Possibly some kind of passive in kettle RIMs. A tube over the element with a riser at one end
should increase flow.Click for pic.Edit: added pic
Posted in thread: eBIAB with passive recurculation on 09-19-2011 at 05:35 AM
Can't sleep so I'm up testing an idea.eBIAB kettle with a solid false bottom (upside down pie
tin?) with a riser tube off to the side that stops at or just below the surface of the
mash/wort. Much lik...
Posted in thread: 120v/2000w & 240v/5500w together in keggle on 09-17-2011 at 05:42 AM
I've been lurking around here for a while so...Um... yeah...Some people might say I've got a
plan. I have 20qt., 36qt. kettles & a converted keg. Planing to solder fittings in like in the
SS sticky at...
Posted in thread: 120v/2000w & 240v/5500w together in keggle on 09-16-2011 at 03:45 AM
The 120v system is for brewing in my apartment where 240v is not available. I already have the
PIDs, kettles, elements, SSRs for both systems. If 7500w is available why not use it.