Insulated Conical Jacket
The super sleek looking Spike insulated jacket uses high quality, extra thick yet flexible neoprene material to insulate your Conical from the worst ambient conditions— be it a hot garage or cold basement.
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Each jacket is tailored to fit perfectly. The jacket was created by a former Lululemon designer, because if you're going to cover up shiny stainless steel, it better look just as good! We think she did the trick!
- Reinforced stitching around all ports, legs and handles for extra strength
- Helps maintain stable fermentation temps regardless of ambient conditions
- Stops the tank from ‘sweating’ in warm weather
- Interior Velcro for attaching the optional conical heater
- Machine washable
No issues with the item. Since just like wearing a hat on your head that keeps the heat in, it would be great if you made an insulated cover for the lids. For those of us in the hotter climates, it would help my chiller be able to cold crash and maintain temp.
The Conical Jacket works great. Just remember to put it on before the shelf and casters! Or you get to take the casters off and try again. Thank you Spike for an amazing, affordable conical.
Replaced my original grey conical jacket with the black. Love the new "clean" look
Needs a hat to match
Works well to keep the main body from being impacted by external temperatures. A bit thicker (1/4") would help even more. But, there needs to be a "hat" to go along with this to reduce thermal loss out of the top of the fermenter. I've made such an item for both of my CF10 units and it really does help more than you might think. I'm now able to maintain carbonation temperatures a lot easier than without it. Especially during the summer months. It also helps with maintaining fermentation temperatures for batches. I'm using 1/4" thick neoprene foam for this. I also cut a piece to go on top of the chill coil to help there.
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The replacement jacket fit perfectly with the heating pad right where it is supposed to be. Haven’t checked the operation of the paid yet. But have an idea tomorrow will be the day!