Here’s a look at Anova’s Precision Sous Vide Immersion Circulator. This Anova Precision Immersion Circulator is 1,000 Watts, heats 4 to 6 gallons of water to 99 deg C (nearly boiling), mounts to the side of your kettle with a built in clamp, has a touch screen control for both temp and time (either F or C) and has a built in recirculating pump for keep consistent temps. Everything that goes into the water is stainless steel, and it can be disassembled for cleaning.
Brewing uses could include: getting and keeping strike water at temp, direct use (with a filter bag in a mash tun or BIAB mash), maintaining temperature for sour mashes and getting to a boil more quickly (or helping to maintain a boil) for both all grain and extract batches.
- 360 degree directional pump for maximum circulation
- Touch screen display with °C & °F readouts
- User-Adjustable temperature calibration
- All stainless steel (wetted parts)
- Easy disassembly for cleaning
A look at that Anova and included manual in the boxThe Anova Precision Sous Vide Immersion CirculatorSetup and control is easy via the integrated touch screen. This screen is for setting the option heat time.Setting the temperatureIt’s worth noting that although there is a time setting, it is not required.
You can see the water rippling from the flow of the Anova’s integrated circulator
A newer version (with different specifications) is also available…
Anova Culinary Precision Cooker/Immersion Circulator (Black) – via Amazon
Anova also has an article on their website about brewing with the Anova One on their blog
from Twitter Follower Danny – “I have successfully heated up to 9.5G of water to 160F in my MT with this. Highly recommend” – photo on right click to enlarge.