From the HBD Archive
From: (David Pike)
Subject: Hunter Airstat
Date: 1992-07-15 19:49:06 GMT

I too thought that the low end temperature of 40 degrees for the Hunter Airstat
was a drag, since low temperature lagering should be near 32 degrees.....

But, consider why the Airstat is used. Most refrigerators are too cold for
fermentation temps., thus the need for a controller, but at low temps, the
cold/colder adjustment should be enough to control the fridge, its just that
you have to go through the hassle of calibration..


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