I was thinking of converting a keg in the near future. I was surfing around the net and found some mention of weld less spigot set up for the mashing process. Considering that that mash process is at a much lower temp, I was wondering if I could use a weld less spigot for my final boiling vessel? The site wasn't very clear on if it would stand up to a 90 minute boil or not.
P.S I am sorry if I am ignorant to any language or lingo I should be using, I fell out of brewing for a while and recently decided to come back. Thanks for any help.
So long as the mash tun or boil kettle are not run dry on a burner, the O-rings should not be exposed to temperatures higher than 212 F and they are designed to easily withstand that temperature. Normally, the O-rings should be mounted on the inside of the kettle. This provides a better seal and keeps them submerged in liquid.