Heater Belts & Heat Pads – Perfect for controlling your brew’s temperature
If you’re trying to control your brew’s temperature, we might just have the right thing for you! We have two options available that may suit your fancy – the Mangrove Jack’s Heat Pad and the Mangrove Jack’s Heater Belt.
It is a square electronic pad that you place underneath your fermenter to warm it up during the cold and dreary winter months.It keeps the temperature constant as the heat rises. Designed specifically to keep your fermentations cozy and warm. It will keep a fermentation going without over-heating the yeast.The heat produced is low and rather gentle. It is characteristic of it to heat the wort by 10 to 15 degrees Celsius. Rise in temperature will depend on batch size and room temperature.
A heating belt is used to keep the temperature of your brew up to proper temperature when fermenting in cooler temperatures. These belts normally produce about 20 watts and their position on the bucket or carboy determines the amount of heat is put into your brew. The lower the belt is on the fermenting vessel the more heat is absorbed. Heat belts are more flexible in their use than heat pads as you can control their heat output by their location on the fermenter. Placed lower down they will provide more heat than when placed higher up. Turn the appliance on when the brew is dropping below your desired temperature range and turn it off or move up higher if heat is getting too much. The nice thing about the belt is that you can decide how you want to control the heat distribution on the fermenter.
We are currently running a promotion which entails the purchasing of any two Mangrove Jack’s Limited Edition Brew Pouches and receive a Heater Belt FREE! Make sure that you get your hands on one today! Cheers!!