Kettle electrical connections

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Kettle electrical connections

Postby RidleyRumpus » Tue Jan 01, 2019 17:59

What are people using to bolt* to the side of the kettle/HLT in order to contain the wiring?
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Re: Kettle electrical connections

Postby Oldstunty » Tue Jan 01, 2019 18:51

Happy brew year :drunk:
I've just got the plug going straight onto the element pins.
I've seen some people use an empty caulking tube with the nozzle cut off and an electric project box with
a hole cut out to fit the element nut over. :thumb:

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Re: Kettle electrical connections

Postby bobsbeer » Sun Jan 06, 2019 13:44

I just have a stainless steel shroud. Saves liquid splashing on the connection, but normal kettle connections are safe on a kettle so I see no reason they wouldn't be safe on a boiler set up.
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