I've run into some leakage problems with my stainless steel wort chiller recently. The chiller has been leaking into the kettle, causing me to reheat up the wort to kill off any bacteria that may have gotten in. I was time, gas and possibly an infection. I want to convert it to hose fittings, which it does not have.
This is the chiller I have, w/o hose fittings
I want to convert it to this one with hose fittings.
What do I need? It looks like those are compression fittings I believe. My other options would be to fix and sell this one and build one like Bobby (I believe) has shown on here buying a 50'roll of soft copper. I'm cooling 5 gallons of wort, and have experience sweating pipe. I actually very handy, but would like to do this right the first time and not mess up the wort chiller. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks a ton.