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Weldless Stainless Steel Heating Element
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A powerful, 304 stainless steel heating element well suited for most kettles. With its weldless design and a diameter of 1.25", it's easy to install. Simply drill a 1.25" hole in your kettle and tightening the nut from the outside. The heating element requires a power cord which can be purchased separately (Electrical connection requires a computer power connection IEC320 C13 to your 110 or 220 v plug).

Available in either 1600 watt 110 volt or 2200 watt 220 volt.


  • Food grade, high temperature silicone seal
  • The element itself is 11.5" long, 0.75" diameter
  • Designed for use with 5 gallon batches

Please Note - Having electrical devices around liquid can be hazardous, and should not be left unattended. Please use caution while using this device, and read the instruction manual prior to use.

Use the 1.25" Hole Saw (H902) to drill a hole for this product.

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Best size for hot liquor tank I'm making
harry p on Sep 17, 2018
Best size for hot liquor tank I'm making
harry p on Sep 17, 2018
to build an electric brew kettle
Jonathan P on Aug 28, 2018
to build an electric brew kettle
Jonathan P on Aug 28, 2018

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Gets the Job Done
I use this in conjunction with my Bayite Controller designed to handle the 1600w 110v element.

Doesn't get the full 5 gallon boil to full rolling boil. (Made 209 F) but does move the wort enough to mix it up. Made a good Amber Ale with it and looking forward to more brewing with my new system.

Gets me out of the kitchen!!
September 8, 2018
1 month ago
It's Rusty!!!!
Given to me as a gift, so I happily punched a huge hole (larger than normally needed for others that I researched) and used it ONCE to heat reverse osmosis water to 165F for about 2 hours for my mash and this happened. It rusted like an antique car! Emailed More Beer a week ago and still no response. I give it 2 stars instead of 1 because it did heat well. Keep in mind you'll have to purchase the cord for about $5 to convert to 110v, but at this rate it'll become oxidized dust soon. Morebeer great on grain, hops, etc but don't think I'll be buying anymore equipment from them.
September 3, 2018