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Free fridge / freezer in Wgtn

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sam Mar 1, 2017. 2 Replies

Free to anyone who wants it, otherwise it's going to the tipWas going ok last time it was being used, but it hasn't been used in a year so can't guarantee it's still ok. Might make a good…Continue

2" Tri Clamp gaskets with one side flat to suit sanke keg - anyone know where to get these?

Started this discussion. Last reply by donald stewart Jul 29, 2013. 7 Replies

HiDoes anyone know where to get these locally, they're available from the states but costs $30NZ in postage even if only getting one.   …Continue

Wanted - 10 Gallon Rubbermaid Cooler (round)

Started this discussion. Last reply by Josh C Sep 2, 2013. 10 Replies

Hi, does anyone know where to get a 10 gallon rubbermaid cooler from?Looking to add some capacity as I'm currently using a 5 gallon oneI noticed fishpond has a good price on them delivered, but…Continue

Cornelius Keg Maintenance

Started this discussion. Last reply by paul chaplin Aug 11, 2013. 12 Replies

Where to source parts and how to best maintain themContinue

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Favorite Beers?
Cassels & Sons - ESB
Tuatara - Porter, Liquorish Barley wine
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At 9:12am on April 30, 2012, Paul Wicksteed - another1 said…

I use 2 x 2000W elements in my Keggle, that are controlled independently so that once a rolling boil is hit, I can turn off 1 element. As for the HLT I intend to only have 1 2000W element as it only ever needs to bring water up to a striking temp. I haven't built the HLT yet, have the bits, just haven't had the time to get it to Chris. All of my spare time has been consumed by my wires, beauty salon build.

At 9:06pm on May 14, 2012, Paul Wicksteed - another1 said…

Hi Sam,

I have got 3 STC-1000, and 1 SESTOS AC/DC12/24v PID.

Just finished putting the components together in my cabinet. The 12/24v PID I don't need, Instead I used 3 240v PIDS but the 12v means you need 12v power supply to run it, which outputs 12v to the SSR that then switches 240v t your element, its all your if you want it, will flick it of for $30 with a 25A SSR and thermocouple, You could also pick a 240v up for $42USD from eBay 

At 9:13am on May 15, 2012, Paul Wicksteed - another1 said…

You can get small LED transformers that take 240v down to 12v eBay just need to get 1 with the right amps for the PID, not sure of the top of my head what the PID wattage is, but will check it tonight. As for the enclosure checkout JayCar, the PID is 48 x 48 x 90(deep) but wait until you have all the parts before getting a case. The SSR needs a heat sink too, they don't get incredibly hot, I tested a 25A SSR running for 90min and the heatsink got to max 34degs, without the heatsink I didn't test. I have a heat sink that I can give you anyway.

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