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Wort Chiller - 20 Plate Chiller (The Chillout)
WC121

Wort Chiller - 20 Plate Chiller (The Chillout)

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Description

Plate heat exchangers are one of the fastest ways to cool your wort and the 20 plate Chillout is one of the best and most affordable options. The Chillout is made from stainless steel and brazed together with pure copper. It also has ripples along each plate that create more surface area to improve heat transfer. A great addition to your brewing setup.
 
Set up one side with Wort in & out, and Water in & out on the other side. Either way works.
 
Features:
  • Made from stainless steel and copper
  • Has rippled plates for more surface area
  • Barbs are 1/2 in. (Hose clamps recommended!)
  • Dimensions: 12.4" L x 2.9" W x  2" H
California Recipients: WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
 
Item # WC121
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Availability California - In Stock
Pennsylvania - In Stock
Weight 9 LBS
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Want to cool wort faster
Karl M on Feb 25, 2019
it seemed the most efficient for the price.
Tim B on Nov 17, 2018
Want to cool wort faster
Karl M on Feb 25, 2019
Good value
Dawn M on Dec 17, 2018
it seemed the most efficient for the price.
Tim B on Nov 17, 2018
Good value
Dawn M on Dec 17, 2018
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Ale pitching temperature every time
I use this with a 5 gallon cooler and a small pond pump. 20# of ice in the cooler and top off with water at the start of brew day - cooling water is around 48 degrees. Place the pond pump in the cooler and hook to chilled water in. Hot water out goes in sink for cleanup. Once boil is done I turn on the pond pump, open the kettle valve all the way and let it rip. Typically get to 64-68 degrees, pitch yeast and seal the FV. No more ice baths. Takes less than 10 minutes for knockout.
September 22, 2019
Purchased
3 months ago
I don't have pumps so I used it to gravity feed, and it worked way better than I thought. Surprisingly efficient for such a low price.
March 11, 2019
Purchased
9 months ago