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Ss Brewtech Drill Bit Kit For Re-Circ Bulkhead
Ss Brewtech Drill Bit Kit For Re-Circ Bulkhead
 
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The Ss Brewtech Drill Bit Kit For Re-Circ Bulkhead includes the necessary drill bits required to retrofit your existing 10 gallon Infusion Mash Tun with a re-circulation bulkhead fitting. This drill bit set makes drilling the perfect sized hole easy, if you want to drill a 5mm, 22mm, or a 30mm hole this kit is perfect. Using this bit kit allows you to take advantage of the myriad of mash accessories such as vorlauf attachment, re-circ manifold, etc.

Please Note: If you choose to drill a hole into your equipment it is your responsibility, OntarioBeerKegs will NOT replace or accept returns on kettles, brew buckets, or chronicals that you yourself have damaged.
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Ss Brewtech Drill Bit Kit For Re-Circ Bulkhead


Includes:
  • 22mm hole saw drill bit (Carbide)
  • 30mm hole saw drill bit (Carbide)
  • 5mm pilot drill bit

Ideal for:
  • Retro-fitting existing 10 gallon Infusion Mash Tun with a re-circulation bulkhead fitting
  • Retro-fitting any existing kettle to take advantage of mash accessories such as vorlauf attachment, re-circ manifold, etc.

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

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
just what you need March 18, 2018
Reviewer: Marc-Andre from Saint-Eustache  
Even with a cheap drill and no cutting oil this hole saw kit makes a wonderful job. totally worth it!

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Like Butter, Baby December 31, 2016
Reviewer: Andrew Byer from Toronto, ON Canada  
I've tried to cut a hole in a pot before..and failed miserably.  I just couldn't get anything to get through the pot so I gave up for 3 years.

Since I love SS Brewtech (I own their 17gal Chronical w/FTS, I decided to give this relatively cheap drill bit kit a shot.

I went slowly with the drill and had absolutely no issues.  I didn't even use lubricant (recommended, but I was lazy).  Burring (to be expected) was very minimal and I smoothed it out quickly with a Dremel.  

Time to turn my pots into Stainless Swiss Cheese!

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