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35L SS Bucket Buddy Fermenter with Integrated Heating Element

£150.00 Regular price £175.00

These are a great value way of keeping a fermentation at a specific temperature but without a fermentation chamber / fridge or external heater. If ambient temps are warmer than the required fermentation temp you will need cooling but in most parts of the UK this is not an issue....

From Kegland:

This great value fermenter is pretty much the best value way to get into fermenting single batches in a stainless steel fermenter. With a built in concealed 36W element it allows fermentation control in cold climates without fear of scorching the yeast. It's made from stainless steel has ergonomic handles, a large 41cm opening at the top for easy cleaning.

As this vessel has been manufactured with a stainless ball valve we would recommend removal of ball valve and heat sterilising each batch.  (boil in water)

Specifications:
Capacity: 35L Brim-full
Body Material: 304 Stainless steel
Outlet Valve Type: Stainless steel, nylon bushings, silicon seal and stainless rotating rack arm.  Thread on tap is 1/2inch
Lid: 304 Stainless steel
Display: Digital temperature display
Heating: 36 Watt Concealed Element

 


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    35L SS Bucket Buddy Fermenter with Integrated Heating Element

    £150.00 Regular price £175.00
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