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Mash King Stainless Steel Counterflow Wort Chiller - 25' x 3/8"
Mash King Stainless Steel Counterflow Wort Chiller - 25' x 3/8"
 
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A premium counterflow wort chiller made with 25 feet of 3/8" OD, 304 stainless steel.

The Mash King Stainless Steel Counterflow Wort Chiller - 25' x 3/8" is built as a coil-within-a-coil. It is designed to chill your wort by pumping hot wort through the inner coil, while cold water is ran through the outer layer surrounding the stainless steel coil. Having the water enter through the end where the wort exits further maximises the heat differential between the cold water and the hot wort. While this chiller can be gravity fed, a high-temp pump is recommended.
Price: $169.99

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Mash King Stainless Steel Counterflow Wort Chiller - 25' x 3/8"


Specifications:
  • 7 1/2" Coil Height
  • 10 5/8" Inner Diameter
  • 12 1/2" Outer Diameter
  • 3/4" Male Garden Hose Connections
  • 25' 3/8" Canadian Made 304 Stainless Steel

Average Customer Review: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 6 Write a review.

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Works well, weird couplings November 6, 2018
Reviewer: Drew from Merrickville, ON Canada  
Bought this to replace a small immersion chiller.  Cut my chill time from 45 to maybe 15 min, and got the wort down to 22C, using 1/3 of the water.  So I'm really happy with the performance.  The robobrew pump has no problems pushing wort through this at a decent rate.  My only complaint is about the hose couplings, which are both male garden hose attachments.   This means you need an adapter on the water in if you're using a normal hose.

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Great chiller, poor assembly November 5, 2018
Reviewer: Tyson McBain from White Fox, SK Canada  
Got this chiller to be an upgrade for the robobrews small immersion chiller. Required very little water flow to chill the entire robobrew volume to 72 degrees from boiling and I was only running it through using gravity drainage. Cooled it down in the very few minutes it took to drain the 5 gallons! Awesome! Only problem was that they must not test these before they send them out. The elbow pipe fittings must have just be spun together. Weren’t even tightened at all so during the first run, water leaked everywhere. Tightened all the fittings up and it was all good to go.

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instant chill March 18, 2018
Reviewer: Marc-Andre from Saint-Eustache  
I switched from Immersion chillers to this baby, never going back. Put some boiling temp wort in, comes out cold enough to pitch the yeast right away. I do recommend using it with a pump, and limiting the output flow to allow enough time for the wort to chill, and get the water flowing at max to keep the pipes cool. And you can re-use the water for cleaning :)

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Don't waste time with plate or immersion, Get this November 21, 2017
Reviewer: Len from Fort Saskatchewan  
i have tried immersion chillers, and plate chillers,  where i would whirlpool first then rest then chill back into my boil kettle it took over an hour so and all the wasted water, tried recirculating an ice bath to save water but that just slowed me down even more and raised my costs on ice, then i got fed up and purchased this  counterflow wort chiller attached a couple compression fittings to work with my quick disconnects and now i can chill after the rest wilth a single pass to fermenter using my garden hose which will drop the temp from 190F to 68F in less than 15 mins.  absolutely recommend this thing.  i wouldn't spend the extra on the convoluted.  the only cons would be cleaning and wort loss.  i just run water through it to flush  and use next boiled wort to sanitize but i suppose PBW and star san would be a great idea too.

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Money saver, and a must have. November 20, 2016
Reviewer: Ryan Chabot from Zenon Park, SK Canada  
I preorder this counterflow wort chiller for $99.99. It was a risk as there was no reviews or knowledge of how the chiller would work. Was worth the risk when compared to the much more expensive "Convoluted Counterflow Chiller" priced at $339.99. (might be discontinued from OBK) To me plate and immersions chillers don't cut it. This counterflow chiller cooled my wort down to 75*F. I ran it through with a chugger pump and swapped out the water connections which is easy as the "T" fitting is 1/2 NPT.

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