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  • Posted in thread: What gauge wire to wire up 240v controller and components. on 12-28-2015 at 02:49 AM
    The above is true but it's more complicated than this suggests. First, if the whole panel is
    based on a 3-wire line in, he will have a neutral for now and no problem with running a 120v
    pump, and usin...

  • Posted in thread: What gauge wire to wire up 240v controller and components. on 12-27-2015 at 03:45 PM
    More information is needed - what components are you talking about? The PID Power? 18AWG - more
    than plenty big enough for a 1amp fuse protecting it. The pump circuit is unprotected in the
    circuit, so...

  • Posted in thread: What gauge wire to wire up 240v controller and components. on 12-27-2015 at 03:42 PM
    10 Gauge for lines carrying high amperage. 14 Gauge for lower amperage things like 120V plugs
    if your using pumps, you could even go 18 gauge or something for PID/SSR data pins if you
    wanted but i did...

  • Posted in thread: What gauge wire to wire up 240v controller and components. on 12-25-2015 at 09:42 PM
    I just ordered everything I need for my EBIAB setup. My inspiration came from this thread and
    of course the awesome P-J's wiring diagram in the thread.I have the controller components
    exactly as they ...

  • Posted in thread: Doughing in at normal 1.25-2 quarts/lb. on 12-07-2015 at 06:54 PM
    There is no benefit to "normal" water to grist ratios of 1.25 - 1.5 qt/lb when it comes to
    conversion efficiency. Experimental results show that thinner mashes (higher qt/lb) provide
    better conversion...

  • Posted in thread: Doughing in at normal 1.25-2 quarts/lb. on 12-07-2015 at 04:49 AM
    I brew with a 70 quart pot, so size is not an issue. I read there were benefits to having a
    normal ratio when it comes to conversion. I've also read a mash out is indeed important with
    BIAB in order t...

  • Posted in thread: Doughing in at normal 1.25-2 quarts/lb. on 12-06-2015 at 11:24 PM
    Anyone else do this? I just did my first BIAB and it worked out well. I dough in with around
    1.5 quarts per pound and mash for an hour. Then I'll add enough boiling water to get to my mash
    out temp. I...

  • Posted in thread: 110v Recirculating eBIAB 2.5 gallon batches on 11-22-2015 at 08:57 PM
    Wire an outlet for the pump, that way when you do get one all you have to do is plug it in.
    Also I'm sure you already know that running a 5500W element at 120V will get you ~1400W. So
    you'll need a de...

  • Posted in thread: 110v Recirculating eBIAB 2.5 gallon batches on 11-19-2015 at 08:10 PM
    I just read all 54 pages of this thread and I'm amazed by the wealth of knowledge on this
    thread!! This is so perfect for what I want to do. I want to make something like the original
    diagram with a s...

  • Posted in thread: English Mild recipe critique. on 05-19-2015 at 04:02 PM
    I ended up changing things up. 7lbs MO.5lb 60L4oz 120L4oz chocolate.75oz EKG @ 60.25oz EKG @
    15Mash at 154*FI ended up being able to get a hold of some WLP002.I hit all my numbers well. I
    got a little...

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