My dilemma: want to go all grain......wort chiller/weld-less spigot/false bottom for keggle not in the budget, making boiling the volume involved require 2 pots (already had the pots).
The solution: Piece of scrap PVC, and a $2.00 hardware store sink stopper.
Now I can split my boil into two pots on the stove, and then cool the both at once in the kitchen sink. Basically just a simple stand pipe like I have in my bait tank on the boat. I just cut out a hole in the middle of the rubber stopper with a razor knife, and stick the PCV in the hole. I just filled the sink up and marked the water level with a marker, and cut with a hack saw.