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Use a Tower of Power with any setup your mind can create! The great thing about Blichmann Engineering products is their modular nature. Blichmann has come out with this temperature sensor fitting so that you can put the Tower of Power temperature sensor on any setup you may have! This fitting works with 1/2" NPT fittings, which are standard on most pumps and Blichmann Engineering products. This is the fitting used on the Tower of Power LTE directly after the pump, and can be used after the pump in most setups. It can also be used on the outflow of the Blichmann RIMS-Rocket to measure temperature, allowing the Tower of Power to fire when needed. It is best used as soon after the heat source as possible to minimize overshooting the set point of the control device. Perfect for those who put together their own brewing systems yet still want the control that the Tower of Power brings!

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Nice
Yes you can get a stainless T and coupling and do all that but this makes it nice and easy for the RIMS rocket. Pricey sure but it's nice, heavy and well made. It just makes things easier having this than other ways of things.
Dec 13, 2014  |  By Michael
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