I saw the headline in this forum about the inline temperature probe and i used to use these to know if the temp coming out of my CFC was at my desired pitching temperature. If it was too low i would decrease the flow of my cooling water, and vice versa is the temp was too hot.
I was thinking...is there a similar device that would measure flow rate in line that is economical? I am about to start using a recirculating brewing system and in addition to matching flow rates between the recirculating mash and sparge water, I thought it would also be very nice to monitor the flow rate of my mash to brew kettle and lauter to mash tun rates. This way, after some data recording, i can accurately set my flow to the desired length of sparge and increase not only efficiency but also reproduce results more consistently.
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