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Know at a glance the temperature of your kegerator, refrigerator or freezer! This thermometer measures 4.75″ L x 1.5″ T x 0.75″ D.
Reads from -20?F to 70?F.
Aluminum thermometer panel for long product life. Glass tube thermometer. Suction cups for mounting.
Blichmann ThruMometer 1/2..
Blichmann ThruMometer 1/2..$29.99
When wort is too cold, you get long lag times and increased opportunities for bacterial infection. When it?s too hot, off-flavors can form. Blichmann Engineering?s patented ThruMometer? lets you get it just right ? letting you adjust wort and water flow rates in your counterflow heat exchanger to dial in an exact temperature, with no more guesswork! Available to fit 3/8″ ID hose and 1/2″ ID hose. Plus, use only the water you need ? good for the environment and your wallet!
Blichmann ThruMometer 3/8..
Blichmann ThruMometer 3/8..$29.99
The Blichmann ThruMometer In-line Thermometer is a great way to know the temperature of your wort while it’s being transferred. Very helpful when using a counterflow or plate chiller to read the temperature of your wort going into the fermenter. Made of heat-treated highly corrosion resistant aluminum. Reads from 58?F – 88?F, and has 3/8″ in and out posts.
Note- Clean with mild detergent only, using warm (no hotter than 140?F) water. Do not soak in the same bucket as other metals, as this could result in galvanic corrosion to the aluminum. After use, dry thoroughly and store in the protective plastic tube.
Fermentap Thermometer (3i..
Fermentap Thermometer (3i..$16.99
A great thermometer at a great price! These thermometers have a 3″ Face, a 2.5″ Probe, and a 1/2″ MPT on the back. The 2.5″ Probe works great in a boil kettle or hot liquor tank, however may be too short for a mash tun. Please see our MT514 for the same thermometer with a 6″ probe.
Fermentap Thermometer (3i..
Fermentap Thermometer (3i..$18.99
A great thermometer at a great price! These thermometers have a 3″ Face, a 6″ Probe, and a 1/2″ MPT on the back. The 6″ Probe works great in a Mash Tun, however may be too long for a boil kettle if you use an immersion chiller. Please see our MT512 for the same thermometer with a 2.5″ probe.
Floating Thermometer R..
Floating Thermometer R..$6.99
Floating glass thermometer is great for mashing, monitoring wort temperature for yeast pitching, and of course, making cheese. The sealed glass housing can float in liquid, making it easy to monitor the temperature.
Packed individualy in plain white paperboard boxes. Master pack quantity is 200 per case.
Individual box dimensions: 9″L x 7/8″W x 7/8″D. Master pack: 18.25″L x 9.75″W x 9.75″H
High Quality Thermometer ..
High Quality Thermometer ..$32.99
Are all bi-metal thermometers created equal? Not really. The problem with most bi-metal thermometers is that hang ups occur and you have to tap the thermometer to get an accurate reading. The cause of the problem is that the bimetallic helical coil in the stem of other bi-metal thermometers is tack welded to the stem itself. Our new line of thermometers feature a super sensitive bimetallic helical coil suspended from a copper coated bushing fixed in the stem.
This superior design provides a faster response to temperature changes and assures more accurate readings. What does this mean? You don’t have to tap the gauge with your finger as much.
They are also accurate to 1% of the total range, feature a polished 2″ 304 s/s housing, a hermetically sealed water proof case, and glass face. The range is 20-220 Fahrenheit and -10-100 Celsius. The 12″ stem is 1/8″ stainless steel. This is a very different thermometer than some of the other low quality 2″ x 12″ thermometers that are currently on the market.
Inline Thermometer –..
Inline Thermometer –..$45.99
This is the Thermometer half of the FE390. One side has a 3/8″ Barb and the other has a 1/2″ fnpt. Add a H616 barb or use alone or thread on to a 1/2″ npt fitting. It is used to measure the temperature on the outflow side of your counterflow wort chiller.
How long should I apply oxygen while transferring to the fermenter?
We recommend you transfer half of your wort to your fermenter before applying inline oxygen (O2) to your wort transfer. If you apply O2 the whole time while transferring you are wasting O2.
Kettle Thermometer –..
Kettle Thermometer –..$13.99
The kettle thermometer is one of our most popular. It is ideal for measuring the temperature during wort production, yeast pitching, cheesemaking, and many other uses.
The Kettle thermometer features a 2 inch wide face, a 9 inch long probe, and a movable clip that holds the thermometer at approximately a 45 degree angle inside the kettle.
0-220 degree F range (-15C – 110C). Features a calibration screw behind the face to adjust temperature to a known standard.
Pocket Thermometer –..
Pocket Thermometer –..
Pocket Thermometer –..$6.99
Capable of reading from 50F – 550F degrees, this pocket thermometer (featuring a 5″ stem) does the job of monitoring roasting coffee quite well. We use this thermometer for our Whirley-Pop roaster: we drill a small hole (5/32 bit) into the top of the roaster and drop this unit it. It hovers 1 inch above the bottom – the perfect height. Includes sleeve and is calibratable via a nut on the back of the dial.
Stick-On Thermometer R..
Stick-On Thermometer R..$3.99
The stick on thermometer is great for monitoring the temperature of refrigerators, fermentation and storage areas, and other spaces. It is relatively small (4 ” tall), and includes a sticky tape back to secure to a wall or other fixture.
Range is -40 – 120 degrees F (-40 to 50C).