Brewtools | Heating Element | 2 in. Tri-Clamp | 500W, 110V

Brewtools | Heating Element | 2 in. Tri-Clamp | 500W, 110V

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2" TC Sanitary heating element designed for use in santary applications where ease of cleaning is important. The heating element is designed to get the lowest possible watt density and is very easy to clean. Perfect for use with Brewtools Unitanks with kveik yeast or other high temperature fermentation applications.

Can also be used in cominbation with 2" TC pipes for RIMS applications.

Note that the product comes without any temperature or power control. The manufacturer does not take responsibility for incorrect use or use with too much power output. A PID-regulator may be needed to maintain accurate temperatures.

  • Diameter: Ø42mm (1.65") 
  • Length: ~300mm (~11.8")


  • Heating element
  • Power cable 2 meter
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Item # BT1021
Weight 4 LBS
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I don't understand how this is supposed to be powered. Does this just need to be wired into a standard North American 3-prong plug and then plugged into (for example) an Inkbird temperature controller (with the Inkbird probe installed in the 90mm thermowell), or does this need to be wired into some sort of other power supply? Very confusing way of presenting this product. Morebeer or Brewtools should at least point buyers toward a potential solution.
Adam F McAnaney on Feb 7, 2024
BEST ANSWER: Thank you for your question. To use this you simply need to acquire a DIY 110v plug that is rated to at least 10 amps. The element itself will draw 5 amps, and it is good to have a little extra capacity in your wiring and plugs. A NEMA 5-15p would be a perfect plug to use with an Inkbird or other 120v temperature controller. These plugs should be available and affordable at your local hardware store.

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