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Temp Twister Cooling Coil
FE139

Temp Twister Cooling Coil

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Description

Due to high demand, this item is currently out of stock. Be the first to receive your items by placing a pre-order today. We will automatically ship this item to you when we receive more in late February.

 

The Temp Twister Cooling Coil is the ideal option for maintaining fermentation temperatures in any model FermZilla. Use an IceMaster Glycol Chiller or ice bath with submersible pump to push coolant through the coil when temps get too hot. Designed for the FermZilla but can can be used with virtually any fermenter that has an opening diameter of 4-3/8" or wider. The inlet and outlet are extra long so the coil can be used with every sized FermZilla. In order to cut them to an appropriate length for your application, we recommend this compact pipe cutter.

To install, simply drill two 22 mm (approx. 7/8") holes into the lid of the fermenter and use the included Duotight bulkhead fittings to attach the coil to the lid. The FermZilla will still be pressurizable after installing the Temp Twister, just be careful to drill the holes no wider than needed to fit the Duotight bulkheads.

If you're using the Temp Twister with EVABarrier tubing, we suggest adding 2 x DUO112 to your order to help route your inlet and outlet lines.

Specifications:

  • Coil Diameter - 4.33"
  • Coil Height - 14"
  • Overall Length - 26.75"
  • Tubing Diameter - 3/8" OD
  • Made from 304 Stainless Steel
  • Includes 2 x 9.5 mm Duotight bulkheads

Kegland Part number: KL14618

 

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Item # FE139
Weight 3 LBS
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Fits my modular Fermzilla brewing system
David Fontaine on Dec 24, 2020
size constraints
Kyle W on Dec 23, 2020
Fits my modular Fermzilla brewing system
David Fontaine on Dec 24, 2020
easier than making my own and decent price
Valued C on Dec 24, 2020
size constraints
Kyle W on Dec 23, 2020
Addition to the Fermzilla I have
Don C on Dec 15, 2020
To keep maple sap cold in the spring during warmer temps with a make shift cooling unit!.
Jeff on Dec 10, 2020
Great value. Works with fermzilla.
Karl B H on Dec 1, 2020
to be able to cold crash after fermentation
matthew s on Nov 16, 2020
Temperature control will install on anvil bucket
Luis P on Nov 13, 2020
It looks pretty universal cooler that can fit most fermenters.
Timothy B S on Nov 7, 2020
Best quality
LUIS P on Oct 29, 2020
I need it
Thomas P on Oct 20, 2020
Fermentation temperature control
jordan p on Oct 2, 2020
To fit my Speidel 30L and big mouth bubbler 5 Gal.
Charles W. G on Sep 30, 2020
need a chiller for fermenter
Brandon K on Sep 23, 2020
For Cooling
Greg H on Aug 11, 2020
my attempt at a Herms coil
Ethan M on Jul 27, 2020
To adapt to plastic fermenter
Juan L on May 20, 2020
Friend recommendation
stephen p on May 20, 2020
Have Fermzilla and live in a hot climate
Mark on May 16, 2020
For cooler
Valued C on May 1, 2020
To modify a Speidel 30L fermenter
Mattox B on Apr 30, 2020
upgrading a fermenter COVID19 project
Henry H on Apr 8, 2020
Good price
Tom T on Mar 13, 2020
I want to do lagers and I like doing pressurized fermenting in my fermzilla.
Cameron M on Mar 5, 2020
To get more out of my fermenter
Kirk M on Mar 3, 2020
to chill my wort
larry t on Mar 2, 2020
To temp control bucket fermentor with glycol chiller.
Jeff Dahlseid on Mar 1, 2020
I have the fermenter and want to add the cooling coil when available
Don C on Feb 26, 2020
easier than making my own and decent price
Valued C on Dec 24, 2020
Addition to the Fermzilla I have
Don C on Dec 15, 2020
If duotight fittings when used on the Fermzilla still allow for pressurization to 35psi?
Roderick Templen on Feb 18, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I'm pressure fermenting now at about 20psi with an earlier leak test with N2 at 25psi, so things might be bit leakier at 35psi. My experience is that the duotight connections seal just fine against the coil. The place to worry about is the connection to the Femzilla lid, where the O-ring is compressed by the big nut. I used keg lube on the ring and threads and that helped.The remaining leak was around a liter of N2 per hour at 25psi, which I decided was low enough for pressure fermentation.
Will this fit in a 30L Speidel fermenter?
Richard H on Apr 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Answering my own question, yes, it fits. Just drill two holes in the lid (about halfway between the center hole and the rim) and install. You'll probably want to cut the inlet & outlet a little shorter.
can you cold crash with this and an ice bath?
Clarence Tenley on Nov 28, 2020
BEST ANSWER: I have it in a 16 gallon stainless conical fermenter and am able to cool the beer to 39 degrees with a cold bath (chest freezer of water) at 34 degrees.
Will this work with a FermZilla All Rounder Fermenter - 7.9 gal?
Taylor Sandfer on Sep 22, 2020
BEST ANSWER: It worked perfectly with myFermZilla conical fermenter. Basically as long as you have 14 inches of space from the lid to the bottom of the fermenter you should be good from that issue. I had to drill two holes in the "lid" of the fermenter, so as long as you have that capability you should be good to go. I hope this helps!
I'm purchased this twister with the thermowell and pre-drilled lid for my Fremzilla All-Rounder. Haven't used it yet but during assembly:

1) Looks like the thermowell will be very close to, if not crash into, the chilling coil. I'm worried this will cause the system to short cycle. I notice the Kegland video does not show both the coil and thermowell installed at the same time. Have users had issues with this?

2) For my short All-rounder the lid gets pushed pretty far down the twisters straight in/out tubes. They look very splayed to me like the distance between the tubes is too short. Does this still seal at the bulkhead o-ring or did others try to bend the pipes to make them more parallel through the lid?

Thanks - excited to get this up and running!
Mike Goetzke on Dec 16, 2020
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BEST ANSWER: I cannot address the second question, but in my use of the temp twister on the big mouth bubbler, I had the temp thermowell and coils. I sanitized a rubber stopper and added it to the end of the temp thermowell, so that it didn’t touch the coils directly.
Reviews

4.9 / 5.0
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Rated 4 out of 5
Have Tested Setup, Need to Use on 1st Batch of Wort
I have not yet used this equipment on a batch of fermenting wort but I am excited based on how it mates to the Fermzilla fermenter I bought along with the Temp Twister. I will update this review once used on live product.
January 5, 2021
Purchased
1 month ago
Rated 5 out of 5
purchase safe and on time
Great products on time
November 29, 2020
Purchased
2 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
works great
I have a 5gal bucket of water in a beverage cooler and was able to maintain mid 60s ferment temp of 11gals of beers when the garage was in mid 80s. Fermentor was inside a FermZilla 55 Liter Insulated Jacket at the time.
November 24, 2020
Purchased
4 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works excellent in conjunction with a small pump be cooler to drop temps bellow 50 f or 10 c.
September 23, 2020
Purchased
10 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Must have for Temp Control
I'm using it with the 27L Fermzilla and Duotight Thermowell. Tightening the bulkheads is difficult because the nut sits too far into the underside of the lid. If you can get past that you're golden for fermentation and pressure carbing.
June 26, 2020
Purchased
7 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very efficient cooling coil
It is meant for fermzilla, but it works very well with my 30 litre Speidel plastic fermenter. Cools down very fast pitching temp and also very stable ferm temp from 54° to 64° degrees with 80° room temp.
June 24, 2020
Purchased
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great Cooler
Works great. Using it to knock the temp on my Dunkel from 57 to 50 using a cooler for an ice bath.
May 23, 2020
Purchased
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Added chilling to my Speidel Fermenter
I got a glycol chiller recently, and the cooling jacket was too small to wrap it completely. I shortened the pipes a bit with a pipe cutter and drilled some holes into the Speidel lid to install it. It works perfectly!
Final product, with thermowell.
Attaching
Drilling the holes
May 21, 2020
Purchased
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Works great
Added to my 16 gallon stainless steel conical fermenter and it works great keeping the temp steady in a 90 degree Florida garage
April 30, 2020
Purchased
9 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Chills
Paired with a glycol unit, this cool is able to drop temps fast and keep them in range.
April 8, 2020
Purchased
10 months ago