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  1. milldoggy

    Looking For An All Electric Brewing Setup

    Sure, should post them for sale, but covid got in the way. Send me an email, [email protected]
  2. milldoggy

    Looking For An All Electric Brewing Setup

    I have used a panel from theelectricbrewery for 9 years and love it. Paid for itself. I did eherms for 7 most of those years with keggles. last year I moved to 25 gallon Concord pots and do full volume overnight mashes and love it. I only use two pots now. I silver soldered all the fittings...
  3. milldoggy

    Boil kettle condenser - no overhead ventilation needed

    I like orings for my sight glass markers, little cleaner. :)
  4. milldoggy

    Boil kettle condenser - no overhead ventilation needed

    I have 4 CFCs, copper chillzilla, stainless version, stainless shell and tube and just got the stout one. The shell and tube was ok, not near the efficiency of the spiral cfcs. There was a difference between the copper one and stainless one, but I recriculate, so was not a big deal. I recall...
  5. milldoggy

    Boil kettle condenser - no overhead ventilation needed

    Look up edge seals on McMaster, lots of options. Used a silicon on for my mash tun for a while. https://www.mcmaster.com/#edge-seals/=1e3o0i4
  6. milldoggy

    Steampunk Control Panel Mount

    Love that power meter!
  7. milldoggy

    Show Your Electric Brew Day Pictures!

    What were you watching? Dancing with the Stars is not proper tv for brewing :)
  8. milldoggy

    eHerms, temp differentials, and denaturing - oh my! Spike system

    I dough in with strike water both hlt and mash water at +8 degrees. I turn off the element and mash pump, but leave hlt pump on while doughing in, this allows my hlt to drop a degree or two. I dough in and usually come in a few degrees low. Then set you hlt temp at your mash temp(plus 1 or 2...
  9. milldoggy

    PSA - tighten your wires every few years

    Mine was all copper. Must have been all the cycles.
  10. milldoggy

    PSA - tighten your wires every few years

    Btw I opened my cables up too,. They were a little loose,. Check them to. Even checked my spa panel and breaker in my main panel. They were fine.
  11. milldoggy

    PSA - tighten your wires every few years

    Was thinking the same thing. I built my panel, so I know how to break down and fix anything. It is not hard to get to the screws. Just had to unscrew a few cables and mounting screws to rotate the receptacles. Took me an hour to go over everything. Time well spent and will make it a...
  12. milldoggy

    PSA - tighten your wires every few years

    Been brewing on my Kal clone since 2011. Only lost 2 lights and an ssr till today. My mash receptacle melted today when trying a 5 am call into work sick brew day. Wire must have worked loose and created an arc. I checked every other wire in the system and they all were loose.
  13. milldoggy

    50Amp 240v 4 Elements Electric Brewery Panel

    The wire on your shunt looks hanging, that should be attached to your 50amp input in
  14. milldoggy

    Inkbird IPB-16 PID Controller Inquiry

    It has a pid. Look it up
  15. milldoggy

    50Amp 240v 4 Elements Electric Brewery Panel

    Pics would help, price is required. There are many 50amp home brewers. Is it set up for back to back or all elements at same time?
  16. milldoggy

    I blame this forum!!!

    I request the admins to delete this thread as it makes me so jealous.
  17. milldoggy

    How to build a Brewing Control Panel - HERMS 240V 30 AMP

    Good point, it is the ssr that is switching one leg. Too many lunch beers today.
  18. milldoggy

    How to build a Brewing Control Panel - HERMS 240V 30 AMP

    Yes, if the switch is correctly controlling the contractor, one hot leg will be physically disconnected. Did you get NO or NC contractors?
  19. milldoggy

    Panel mounts for RTD sensors

    Xlr work great
  20. milldoggy

    How to build a Brewing Control Panel - HERMS 240V 30 AMP

    I replaced my camcos after 3 years as they were rusting with these, worth it in the long run.
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