Modified Grainfather Sparge Water Heater

Modified Grainfather Sparge Water Heater

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Modified Sparge Water Heater.

INKBIRD ITC-308 Wifi Temperature Controller

New WiFi controller from Inkbird, just as easy as the standard 308 but with the added ability to read and change the settings over WiFi. Check fridge / heater temperatures and adjust from any location.

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The Modified Sparge Water Heater is a temperature controlled urn that allows you to heat up to 18 L of water. This makes the process easier, start heating your sparge water when you begin the mash to ensure it is ready for when you need to sparge. Once water is at required temperature, it will hold that temperature until changed or turned off.

We add a ball valve tap with 13mm hose barb.  This makes it simple to control the flow of water when sparging.  Our 12mm ID Silicone Hose fits the barb.  The original tap and site glass is retained. Drop the waterproof temperature probe from the Ink bird into the liquor and replace the lid. You can now use the Inkbird to control the temperature which is much more accurate than the thermostat on the unit. The Inkbird can also be used in other areas of the brewery for temperature control

The Sparge Water Heater features:

18 L Capacity

  • Stainless Steel Body
  • 2 kw Element
  • Sight Glass (with 1 L graduations visible)
  • Tap
  • Temperature Control Via the Inkbird ITC-308 Wifi
  • Heating Lights (to indicate input temperature has been reached or is still being heated)


Additional information

Weight 5.5 kg
Country of Origin GB
HS Code 8438400000

INKBIRD ITC-308 Wifi Temperature Controller

Weight 2 kg

1 review for Modified Grainfather Sparge Water Heater

  1. Stuart Evans (verified owner)

    Truly a lovely bit of kit for people like me who lack the motivation, skills and who are DIY averse. Works really well, barring the sight glass needing re-marking so the volumes are accurate, but to be honest anyone familiar with the inaccuracies of most brewing equipment’s pre-marked volume markings won’t be overly surprised. Does feel “Premium”.

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