How to build a stir plate for less than ten quid

Discussion in 'Beer Brewing "How-To" Guides' started by strange-steve, Sep 12, 2016.

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  1. Mar 24, 2019 #361

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    Chuffed with my mornings work! Thanks Steve for the guide. I had been borrowing one from work, but this is much more satisfying and totalled less than £7 with some bits found in the garage. Still ‘borrowing’ the conical though!
     
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    Decided to upgrade my stirplate from the roses tub. Dad was getting rid of some electrical bits and bobs so I took this box off his hands. Works a treat and is very compact and tidy athumb..
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    What size is the box?
     
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    About 4x6x2.5". The fan just fits underneath the lid - I glued it in place and there is just enough room for it to spin with the magnets. The flask is wider than the stirplate but that's not a problem. It's a good upgrade on what I had athumb..
     
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