dutchcanuck wrote: a. This is going to be heated by a a heatstick.
JimC wrote:Make sure you size the stick(s) right or you will be waiting a long, long time for water to heat. I'd want around 3000watts for that, on an old stove controller at the very least.dutchcanuck wrote: a. This is going to be heated by a a heatstick.
Derek wrote:Search the homebrew forums... I think people go with 4500 W.
dutchcanuck wrote:Thanks JimC, and everyone.
I'm getting a very good idea of all the equipment I need. Now the problem is how to source all this stuff at a reasonable price. That will be the real test.
I think a heat stick is going to work really well, especially if I can find a way to install a 'device' between the heat stick and the outlet to control the current. I'm thinking If I can control the water temperature it will make things a lot easier.
Thanks for all the advice everyone!
phat matt wrote:http://www.austinhomebrew.com/index.php?cPath=178_40_366
you would need something like these. i dont know where to get them in canada thiugh.
dutchcanuck wrote:Hi Mark,
I can get a free freezer,but my fiancee poo-pooed the idea of getting just ANY freezer since it might be upwards of 20 years old and not very energy efficient. I am still thinking of a lagering freezer down the road.
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