For use in eRIMS system. External element in a pipe design.
I'd like to use a longer element due to lower W/in2 so not to caramelize wort. The industry calls this Low Density or Ultra Low Density.
The longer (including foldback) elements are usually not available in 120V.
From what I calculate, the power of a 4000W element at 240V would be 1000W at 120V. In general, divide by 4.
Lets say I need 1500W at 120V. Can I safely use a 6000W @ 240V element?
Anyone chime in- confirm, refute, explain.
This is my first HBT post