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Old 06-10-2010, 01:55 AM   #151
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yeah that could perhaps work, I'll try it out!

As for the weather, its been pretty nice (mid 20's C)...however a couple of weeks ago it snowed and three days later we were hitting the 30's....very very odd!

where is this island you live on?


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Old 06-10-2010, 02:01 AM   #152
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yeah that could perhaps work, I'll try it out!

As for the weather, its been pretty nice (mid 20's C)...however a couple of weeks ago it snowed and three days later we were hitting the 30's....very very odd!

where is this island you live on?
Ha ha, I drove Pat aka "Lehr" nuts for months on the island I live on.
We have sand, palm trees, sea breezes. Just my little bit of paradise
in the sun. Guess where, tag your it?


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Old 06-10-2010, 02:07 AM   #153
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Hawaii?

(obvious guess)
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Old 06-10-2010, 02:10 AM   #154
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Nope! Too hot for me.
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I quit....way toooooo many

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We'll continue this location by PM if ya wish.
I had fun with Pat until he mentally snapped LOL then I told him.
Pat's a great talent as well a super nice person. Carl.
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I've been having second thoughts on the BCS...

I'll be using two pumps for:
-recirculating the HLT
-transfers from one vessel to another
-circulating mash through HERMS
-cooling boiling wort through HERMS
etc...

Therefore, wouldn't it be better to use only two probes at each exit of the pumps? I'll probably be adding standard themometers on each keg to reduce the messy wiring...

So if this is the best choice, going with PIDs would probably be more reasonable as I would not be looking to monitor more that two temperature fluctuations...

Thoughts???


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