Learn To Brew Thermometer Dial with Stainless Probe & Calibration Screw, 0 – 220°

Learn To Brew Thermometer Dial with Stainless Probe & Calibration Screw, 0 – 220°

Learn To Brew Thermometer Dial with Stainless Probe & Calibration Screw, 0 - 220°

  • 2 inch stem
  • 0-220 degrees fahrenheit and calibrated
  • 3 inch dual scale celsius and fahrenheit
  • Perfect for home brewing pot/keggle

This high-quality, economical is designed for limited space and OEM applications. Perfect for home kettles, stock pots, and mash tunes. It has a 1/2″ NPT back connection , steel case and the and back are water proof. A is located on the back of the to easily calibrate the temperature for a perfect read out every time.

List Price: $ 13.50

Price: $ 13.49

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JU

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Works as designed, May 31, 2014
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JU

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Great Thermometer for the price. I needed a replacement for my inline thermometer setup on my wort chiller, and this one had a probe short enough to fit inside a 1/2″ tee to do the job properly. It was well calibrated and agreed with my calibrated Thermapen on temps.
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S. Knight

4.0 out of 5 stars
Keeping Tabs On My Brew, March 10, 2016
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Currently using this to monitor water and wort temperature for home brewing. It mates up nicely to my SS Brewtech 10 gallon kettle with the help of a 1/2″ NPT weldless bulkhead fitting, thread tape, and some seals. Works pretty doggone well in my application.

Why only four stars if it “works pretty doggone well?” Glad you asked. When I received the thermometer, I calibrated it using a glass of ice water. It read about 8 degrees optimistic (40F instead of right around 32F). Not a big deal since the adjustment screw on the back of the dial is quite handy and makes calibration a breeze. Well, I then tested it in boiling water and it read about eight degrees too low, so adjust it again I did. Back to the ice water and again optimistic by 8 degrees. Left it alone since the temperatures I’m measuring are north of 150F.

The thermometer is pretty accurate at mashing and brewing temperatures (150F up to 212F) as verified with a digital thermometer. Discrepancy between the two was 1 to 2 degrees at the most during the brewing process.

So, what I like about it:
Relatively inexpensive
Waterproof!
Accurate over the temperature range I need to monitor
Easily calibrated
Seems well made and durable

And what I would like to improve:
Accuracy on the low end could be better

All said and done, I’d buy another one in the event I accidentally kill my current one or if I decide to put a fixed thermometer in my mash tun.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars
Simple and accurate, December 31, 2014
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Arrived calibrated right on, threaded right in, no surprises. I have 2 of these in different kettles, good stuff.
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