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60cm Thermowell - bulkhead included

£12.50
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Perfect for use with the Fermzilla but will fit almost any fermenter that has a flat surface at the top to mount the bulkhead fitting. 

Easy to use

Made from 304 stainless steel

8mm (5/16") OD x 7mm ID.

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This thermowell fits into any 8mm Hole and can literally be installed into almost any fermenter lid.

Having the thermowell attach to the lid of a fermenter is ideal as it means the penetration through the fermenter body is at the top of the fermenter not below the liquid line.  This makes the whole process more sanitary and reduces the number of difficult parts to clean.

This thermowell can be pushed through a bung with a 6-8mm hole but it's also includes the duotight bulkhead fitting that you can use to attach this thermowell to the lid of your KegMenter or FermZilla Fermenter.

This thermowell goes right into the middle of the core of your vessel meaning you get an accurate core reading of the liquid in the tank/vessel.


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60cm Thermowell - bulkhead included

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