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Yes really.
No risk of warping the body of the vessel and it heats the chamber effectively.

edit: pic of my old fermentor for reference.
That is also another great idea, i think i have a heat belt laying around somewhere, i need to dig it out and see if it fits around the allrounder base.
 

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I have a cheap eBay belt and they are sort of adjustable, the loop just slides up the cord.
It fits on my All Rounder.
I just found my heat belt and i'll give it a test later today in my brew box.

If it works ill need to get some zip ties and secure it properly and rewire the light fitting to a proper power point.
 

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@KegLand-com-au just mentioning current problems with the website:
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hey mate. did you end up posting some pics?
I did at the time but loooks like they have been removed.

I don't have the sight glass fitted at the moment as I mostly use the BZ for single batch no sparge.
 

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I did at the time but loooks like they have been removed.

I don't have the sight glass fitted at the moment as I mostly use the BZ for single batch no sparge.
It's just the gland fitting that goes up against the Brewzilla wall that im after.
 

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It's just the gland fitting that goes up against the Brewzilla wall that im after.

It is just this screwed into a stainless t piece where the tap normally attaches.
 

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It is just this screwed into a stainless t piece where the tap normally attaches.
Yeah it is. I wouldn't recommend having it on the same outlet as a tap though as the drawdown from the tap/pump will pull the level reading down which makes it inconvenient to measure how much you are drawing out.
 

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With the reverse osmosis filter it says there is no automatic shut off valve, can this be mitigated by feeding into a storage tank with a float valve to shut off the flow? Or will this just redirect 100% of the flow to the reject of the system?

If the latter is true, can an automatic shut off be added to the system?
 
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