I know someone was asking to see how it all fits together. Here is my cooling table. The chugger pump pumps hot wort through the counterflow. Underneath the table is a cooler with a 210 gpm pond pump that pumps ice water in the opposite direction and returns it back to the cooler. Saves on the water bill.
Your first post showed a CO2 tank and dual regulator. Not an oxygenation system. Two different animals for different purposes. Adding pure O2 to your wort in fermentation makes yeast very happy! Some systems like a Chill Wizard allows you to infuse your wort on it's way to the fermenter. Other systems will entail dropping an air stone inside for a bit.
Originally Posted by CoastalEmpireBrewery
I have an oxygen setup and a conical haha that's the first things I posted. You are absolutely correct about the equipment. Knowledge and experience makes good beer, not fancy equipment. I always wanted to make beer and figured if I was going to, I'm going to go all out in a manner haha. I've read books from some great brewers and I've made a few beers and they turned out quite nicely. Granted they were kit beers but I'm learning.