I did some searching on the forums, but didn't find much on this topic.
I have a 32 qt. turkey fryer that has an pump for pumping out the oil for cleaning. I want to use the fryer for 6.5 gallon boils, then pump the wort into a fermenting bucket. Basically this just saves me time for lifting the cooled wort and pouring it into a fermenting bucket.
Now that I think about it, it would be nice to pump the wort into a bottling bucket and then aerate it by opening the spigot and letting it pour into the fermenting bucket.
Either way, anyone else use these pumps for this reason? I would assume if it can handle hot oil, it should handle wort at about 65-70 degrees?