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Old 08-14-2012, 04:17 PM   #91
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Fermenting in a corney??
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:25 PM   #92
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Cool - heard about it, just never looked into it. Guessing you're using that coil to control ferm temps then? Those new tight coils look like they're coming in quite handy!
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:38 PM   #93
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Cool - heard about it, just never looked into it. Guessing you're using that coil to control ferm temps then? Those new tight coils look like they're coming in quite handy!
That's correct. I've never used one but we shall soon see sice this is actually a customers. One thing to consider is that you will need a strong enough pump for this diameter tube (1/4").
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Old 08-14-2012, 07:46 PM   #94
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do they use water pumped through that rig? Or something like glycol?

The lazy in me says that coil would be a messy clean up. Probably an ideal way to handle large conicals though.

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I don't see why either one wouldn't work. Seems a lot of people are just using water. Cleaning shouldn't be any different than spraying down an immersion chiller.

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I would think pbw would be needed to clean the crud before the next batch to sani. All depends on how cruddy it is though

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Plug the ends and run it through the dishwasher. Bake in an oven to sterilize.

I'm actually VERY close to ordering a HERMS coil for my upcoming electric system. How much coil for a 5 gallon batch? I'm thinking 25 Foot and 1/2 inch?

What I want is one set up like an IC so I can hang it in the water and remove easily in case I want to use the HLT for a different project. Maybe have one arm come up through the center?

I am going to ask a friend's kid to buy it for me for repairing his car for him.

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Plug the ends and run it through the dishwasher. Bake in an oven to sterilize.

I'm actually VERY close to ordering a HERMS coil for my upcoming electric system. How much coil for a 5 gallon batch? I'm thinking 25 Foot and 1/2 inch?

What I want is one set up like an IC so I can hang it in the water and remove easily in case I want to use the HLT for a different project. Maybe have one arm come up through the center?

I am going to ask a friend's kid to buy it for me for repairing his car for him.
I guess it depends on the size of pot you're using. A 50ft coil will probably be a little overkill on anything larger than a keg (15-3/4"ish) for a 5 gallon batch. I have a couple coils sticking out when I use a 50ft on a 5 gallon batch with my keggle.

2 bends no matter what way they go...same price. If it's not noted in the comments I just make them like a HERMs design to go through the side wall.
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Old 10-31-2012, 01:01 AM   #100
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WOW! Can't wait to get me order later this week.

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