First post on here so I don't know whether this thread is still active. I have just bought everything I need for all grain brewing and have bought a wort chiller from the local home brew store.
I've had to buy a tap adapter (http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/UNIVERSAL-...E:L:OC:GB:3160) which fits my kitchen tap just right and channels the water through the fitting.
However, the internal diameter of the vinyl tubing on my wort chiller is narrower than that of the tap adapter, which I think is a standard adapter for kitchen taps (usually for garden hoses).
Does anyone have any suggestions for how I can adapt the wort chiller to fit the adapter? I guess I still need the vinyl tubing to be the same width at the point where it meets the copper tubing, but I think I need some wider vinyl tubing and maybe an adapter/connector to ensure the water flows freely from the tap to the copper chiller.
For the record, the vinyl tubing internal diameter is 1cm and the connector is 1.7cm.
Any advice would be appreciated, would be interested to see if anyone else has had this problem.