Trying to find it on here but no luck. It's blue and and bendable and people use for recirculating mash/sparge water. I thought it was available at Mcmaster
It's called Loc-Line http://www.mcmaster.com/#loc-line-coolant-hose/=7gggs5
Typically used for air delivery or oil delivery on automated machinery.
<slap forehead> dude. I am a tool & die maker/machinist by trade... I stare at that stuff all day long. Never thought of using it for that...
it's only rated for 170*F. So I'd be careful about using it for boiling wort.
I'm just going to use it for my recirc tube in the MT, easier than copper, if I have diff size batches it will be super easy to adjust the line to the correct level.
Great timing on this thread as I am finishing my keggles now...
anyone tried the circular flow nozzle for sparging? http://www.modularhose.com/Loc-Line-12-System/12-kits/Loc-Line-51837
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