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Posted in thread: PID / SSR Question on 01-26-2016 at 02:16 AM
Sounds like your PID is controlling the temperature the way it is supposed to.
Posted in thread: Wiring, conduit and gfci questions on 01-21-2016 at 01:25 PM
I don't have my NEC in front of me, but pretty sure you can run Romex in conduit as long as it
is not a wet location. Not sure why you would want to pull Romex though a conduit instead of
just buying ...
Posted in thread: Wiring, conduit and gfci questions on 01-20-2016 at 11:09 PM
I'm building an 30amp control panel and I need to run power to my garage so I need about 50
feet of wire. I'm going to use 6 gauge wire for the run in case I want to upgrade to 50 amps
later. My quest...
Posted in thread: Cleaning an old glass carboy on 01-19-2016 at 02:37 AM
In my experience, mineral deposits (inorganic) are are usually more difficult to remove than
organic residues from fermentation. Maybe that's just because most people wash with detergents
or solvents ...
Posted in thread: Hot Pod w/ Loud Speaker Connectors? on 12-29-2015 at 03:20 AM
[QUOTE=Bobby_M;7297459]It has to do with the ground not connecting first (I think) but they do
now have the mains rated 20 amp cheaper versions that seem more like a scaled down version of
Posted in thread: BrunDog 50A eRig - no HLT for me! on 12-26-2015 at 02:42 PM
I've used store bought RO before. Just pour it into the storage containers!Yes, an LT is
technically required if you want RO water. My current setup allows for piped water to be used -
problem is it i...
Posted in thread: Mouse in a carboy on 12-22-2015 at 01:42 AM
Now I'm gonna have to go light some gas on fire to make up for that missing carbon footprint.
:)Slym2none, as long as you are lighting that gas flame, you might as well throw a brew kettle
on it and g...
Posted in thread: Mouse in a carboy on 12-22-2015 at 01:34 AM
Great job recycling that carboy and making it fit for service again. Bonus points for
minimizing your carbon footprint by not buying a new carboy.:D
Posted in thread: Usability of old used blue glass carboys? on 12-20-2015 at 01:34 PM
What would you recommend I use to remove the rust? CLR?Thanks!I think that is a good choice.
Posted in thread: Usability of old used blue glass carboys? on 12-20-2015 at 03:10 AM
The brown line looks like a rust stain. They can be more difficult to remove than other organic
crud, but not impossible.Most, if not all, of the bubbles in the glass are internal and not
really a con...