Hi Everyone, I'm in the process of building myself a sparkly, new all-electric 3v RIMs brewery. I'm scoured the interwebs, taking the best of all designs and putting them together. In order to run everything, and given that I am currently in a rental (and will be for the foreseeable future), I have two source of 10A power going into the unit, which will be run off of separate circuits in the house. Each source will power only one 2200w to 2400w element at a time The boil kettle will have two elements to allow for a vigorous boil. Each element will be run through a 40A SSR Each circuit will also run a pump (yet to dicide but from what I can tell the Keg King pumps only draw 0.1A There are going to be three way switches (e.g. RIMs/BK1/OFF) for each circuit. For the sake of cost and safety, I've decided to use 12vdc powered switches and relays. The system is controlled by PIDs (Aubers) with the BK elements running of each circuit and controlled by the BK PID. What I need to know is does everything look right? I'm fairly confident with wiring and electronics, but I'm not a sparky. Any advice would be very helpful.