Just double check the diameter to ensure everything will fit inside. You'll also want to see whether thermowells or any other pieces protruding inside could cause an issue.
Lastly, you'll want to figure out an insulation solution (like could backed bubble wrap that @augiedoggy uses) to prevent...
They're playing off the logo which is supposed to be creating a new Stainless Steel element with a number of 304 on the periodic table. In their early marketing they commonly replaced any "ss" in words with "Ss".
Quick update, I cleaned out two chonicals last week using this pump and it continues to work great. I picked up some milk stone remover from a local dairy supply and it cleaned some old beer stone out with a simple wipe after running the solution through the CIP setup.
Reading through the email thread and my personal experiences with SsBrewtech and other companies like Stout, I'm sorry but I have to side with Ss.
Their responses to my inquiries have been timely and more than helpful the couple times I've reached out to them.
There was a small issue with my...
Are you planning on using your glycol chiller AND the heater simultaneously? If not, you could get a small aquarium heater from Walmart or the like for about $10 and put that in the glycol reservoir in the cool months and then take it out and plug in the glycol chiller in the warm months.
I took a couple month hiatus while working on my basement so have only used it once. I'll be cleaning two fermenters on Friday.
I didn't heat the solution but I used my tap water which comes out at about 130F.
I just ran into this today, actually. I was making a saison with honey added. Before my boil my OG with clear wort was 1.060. About 45 mins later I took a reading before adding the honey. This time there was a considerable amount of sediment in the sample and could only get a fuzzy 1.056, which...