You might want to power the heater through the pump switch so the heater will not come on without the pump running. Then you could put a low voltage switch between 7 and SSR(3) to control the heater off/on.
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Rule #1:Pro brewers must have beards.Keith, you dont look like your beers taste. Just sayin
I realize now I need a hair cut. And a shave.
Nice to meet you Tommy!
What club wouldn't love to have a resident microbiologist? Your popularity will be second only to the sanitary stainless welder guy. You sound suitably obsessed to hangout on this forum. Welcome to the world of wort dreams. I'll look forward to hearing about more of your brew musings and experiments. Cheers!Wort dreams - that's funny - good one Amanda!
JBCOMNQuoteAnd I also think Mark is making all this stuff up. Galactose? That some kind of inter-galactic sugar?
Galactose is the main sugar produced by Dilithium Crystal malt