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Squidmanoo7

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I'm trying to get my a.g. System going with keggles. I want recirculating and keep temp by installing a 110v electric heating element.....any thoughts?? I also got a 220,000 btu burner from homebrewing.org and a dark star burner
 
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Ok sorry apa n night shift got me a little screwed up I want to install a 110v heater to the mash tun
 

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Folks do this all the time. You'll need a control panel to modulate power to the heating element in order to maintain a stable mash temp. You also need to recirculate, as you are planning to do, to keep temps somewhat uniform throughout the mash. Lots of info in this forum on MLT builds and control panels.

Brew on :mug:
 
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