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Posted in thread: Is wort caramelization a real danger? on 08-02-2013 at 12:58 PM
I get that "frying" noise even when my elements are just heating pure water. I think this is
just a common sound that these heaters make, so I wouldn't be too concerned!Yeah!!! Exactly
what I wanted t...
Posted in thread: Is wort caramelization a real danger? on 08-02-2013 at 11:45 AM
Hello, as I wrote in my prevoius post in my RIMS equipment I use a 220V/1500W heater made in
AISI316 inox steel with a density of 6,8W/cm2. I use a solar project pump with a maximum flow
of 11 lt/min....
Posted in thread: What's the ideal RIMS pump flow? on 07-18-2013 at 03:45 PM
I use a march 809-HS pump - Polysulfone head (food grade plastic good for boiling) and
magnetic. It's pretty common for brewers in the US.I do run a 30 gallon (110L) mash tun, so I
have a lot of surfa...
Posted in thread: What's the ideal RIMS pump flow? on 07-18-2013 at 06:28 AM
I run my rims tube during the mash with the pump as high as it can go without causing a stuck
mash (in my case - generally wide open) This gets the most flow past the element and helps the
Posted in thread: What's the ideal RIMS pump flow? on 07-15-2013 at 06:51 AM
The problem here is that it is far more complicated than it appears. While pumps are rated in
l/min it is really a useless number for this purpose as it is the max flow rate with no
restriction, the p...
Posted in thread: What's the ideal RIMS pump flow? on 07-12-2013 at 03:14 PM
Hello everybody, I'm Andrea from Italy and I've just setted up my RIMS little plant (I brew
23lts batches). At now I use a solar project plastic pump with a flow of 11lts/min but when I
put the crushe...
Posted in thread: Issue with auber SYL-2352P on 06-16-2013 at 09:34 AM
Hello, I'm Andrea from Italy.I've just bought an SYL-2352P device for my small HB plant..I use
it to control my 1800W electric pot.I've used the auto tune function but I'm experiencing two