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Using a stainless-steel pot or kettle with a drain valve is best.
FERMENTER VENT (Airlock):
The vent, or airlock, allows carbon dioxide to escape during fermentation but prevents air from entering into the fermenter. (link above).
For a 5-gallon batch, adding pure oxygen at a flow rate of 1 liter per minute for about 60-90 seconds will provide an adequate oxygen supply (10-15 ppm). A rotameter (link above) will allow you to measure the flow rate of the oxygen.
Aerating wort will provide about 8ppm of oxygen, which is not ideal, but still sufficient.
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