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Counterflow (Plate) Chiller Connection Assembly (for Wort In/Out)
Counterflow Chiller Connections for Wort In/Out - These connections include all the Stainless Steel Hardware and Silicone Tubing to move your wort from Brew pot to chiller to fermentor. Whether the flow is gravity fed, or being pushed by a brew pump.
 
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These connections include all the Stainless Steel Hardware and Silicone Tubing to move your wort from Brew pot to chiller to fermentor. Whether the flow is gravity fed, or being pushed by a brew pump, the same 1/2" fittings will work. Stainless steel elbows provide support for transferring as to avoid kinking in hose and giving you maximum flow. Silicone tubing has a maximum operation temperature of 500°F, this tubing will not introduce any odors or flavour to your wort or water, even at high temperatures.

Your choice of male or female connections to connect your brew pot.
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Config. A) 1/2" Male Elbow (to Female Valve on Brew Pot)
Config. B) 1/2" Female Elbow (to Male Valve on Brew Pot)

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Counterflow (Plate) Chiller Connection Assembly (for Wort In/Out)


Note: For counterflow wort chiller, in/out on water side requires garden hose fittings (Not Included).

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Average Customer Review: 3.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
fits well June 3, 2014
Reviewer: Mike French from Nepean , ON Canada  
fits well, but quick release connections would have been better

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It does what it says but... November 23, 2013
Reviewer: Ross Whitehead  
It works but IMHO you may as well go directly to camlocks.  I don't keep my plumbing connected when I am not brewing and when I used it for the first time today I realized there is no way I am screwing this stuff on and off every time.  If you do decide to go with this, do yourself a favor and buy some extra tubing.  The tubing is only about 13" long and I found that also problematic.

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