Russell’s brewing tip: Get a timer as well, if you’re not using an automatic temperature controller to activate the heat pad. (Prior to temperature control) The heat pad is almost a necessity in the winter. By observing the temperature on the stick on strip in the evening and when you get up in the morning you can see if your brew is getting too cool, for example dropping below 19 degrees. Or, getting too warm, for example raising above XX depending on what you are brewing. I would then adjust the timer to increase or reduce the time the heatpad was on.
Home Brew Heat Pad
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Home Brew Heat Pad (Mangrove Jacks Home Brew Heat Pad)
The home brew heat pad is perfect for keeping your home brew warm during the colder days and nights. For brewing we suggest you also use this with a 24-hour timer to aid target temperature control.
Provides a low, constant heat where it is needed for fermentation.
Aids yeast activity and helps to avoid stuck fermentation.
Can also be used for seed germination and hydroponics.
Inexpensive to run.
Moulded in high quality, flame retardant plastic.