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pk.sax

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http://store.igrillinc.com/igrill-black/



Anyone use one of these for temp monitoring?

I'm thinking mash and hex all sorted out in one hit with the dual temp probes for the single vessel recirculate braumeister clone types.
Connects to app on iPhone or android to give you live feed and alarms wih timer etc.

Meant for grilling, so should hold up to temperatures. Probes look like steel.
 

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Grill probes are very sensitive to water ingress where the probe joins the cable. Its very easy to destroy the probe if you get water/sanitizer inside the metal.

Apparently something to do with having to withstand high temps and not exploding ;)


So as long as you protect it against that
 

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Stux said:
Grill probes are very sensitive to water ingress where the probe joins the cable. Its very easy to destroy the probe if you get water/sanitizer inside the metal.

Apparently something to do with having to withstand high temps and not exploding ;)


So as long as you protect it against that
Thermowell
 

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Food grade heat-shrink tubing - just to add to the list
 

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