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The Weldless Brewmometer takes a stainless steel dial pot thermometer, and adds a face calibrated for everything from wort chilling to dough-in and protein rest, all the way up to sparge water and boiling. A very handy reference to use when mashing, boiling, or cooling. Features a 3" probe on the inside, and a unique weldless attachment system (see more details).
Features a 45° to 220°F. range, 2° calibrations, a tempered glass lens, and a resetting screw, so you can precisely adjust the thermometer for a particular temperature range. Although heat resistant, it should not be allowed to contact open flame or come near open flame. Fits both 40 and 60 Quart Brew Pots.
If you already have a mashing thermometer with a 1/2" male pipe thread, see our R79 Thermometer Adapter (link below). Note: you do not need to order this item if you are buying the Weldless Brewmometer, only if you already have a 1/2 male NPT thread mashing thermometer, and do not have a threaded mount on your existing boiling pot.
Note: This thermometer does not fit Polar Ware Brew Pots. You must drill a 1/2" hole in your pot to get this thermometer to fit (see more detail above). Made in China.
Blichmann products are built to last and have that feel and quality you want and expect for the cost . ( which isn't much in this case) just drill a hole , place fitment and tighten. Simple. The dial face is great with all the info at a glance . I finally put one in all of my kettles , I would recommend this product to any home brewer for their pot
Quick and easy to install, no leaks and really accurate. A great addition to my brewing process.
I knew this would be perfect, it is a Blichmann product.
Followed the included instructions and it worked perfectly. All my friends are adding this to their brew pots now too.
I purchased two of these and put them on my boil kettle and on my HLT. The temperature steps indicated on the dial are really with respect to mashing -- so put them on you mash tun if you can (I have a 10 Gallon Rubbermaid Cooler for a mash tun). Having said this, I still find it helpful to have this on my boild kettle -- I use the temp guage to show me when my wort is cold enough to picth my yeast. It is also great for the HLT -- though the steps are not that helpful. My only regret is that I did not spend the extra money to buy the thermometer that has the adjustable dial. Then there would be no stooping to get a temperature readin.