Originally Posted by Sea
checkout whirlpooling in th wiki. it's what most professional breweries do.
This won't work with CFC's, unless as someone noted above you re-transfer your wort after chilling. As the CFC chills the wort passing through it the cold break precipitates and is apparent when the wort comes out of the CFC. For those of us that use immersion chillers we chill all
the wort at one time, the cold break precipitates and then we can transfer the clear wort into our fermentors. Some claim this is an advantage of immersion chillers but as noted above it has little affect on the final product for most brewers.