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  1. milldoggy

    Stout Stainless Counterflow Chiller

    Not any more, the stout if the best of the bunch. A large enough shell and tube would be fine, this one was just too short. It for work though.
  2. milldoggy

    Guide to Reverse Osmosis Systems for Homebrewers

    Can you elaborate why no DI?
  3. milldoggy

    Which mesh size for hop spider?

    I use around a 550 for my spider. I also use a electric brewery hop stopper. The combo works well for me. I used 28oz of hops last week, 2/3 in spider 1/3 in kettle. Flow was a little slow, but super clean wort
  4. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    I know when I pulled 1/2" there was significant difference in difficulty between the m/m pull through fitting and the m/f pull through fitting which had different diameters. I got a spare lid, may order a 42mm and try it out.
  5. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Have you tried a 42 mm bit? Might be the happy medium. That is about 1.65. Found them on ali Express, look to be about the same as your tungsten bits.
  6. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Could be. I recall a thread debating their quality of SS. I still think a 42mm bit would be better. Anyone else install a 2" yet?
  7. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Correct, hole was too small, but I used the bit he said to use. It was a bare to flare and used tons of solder to fill. It looks fine after solder and is water tight. Just think a larger bit is needed.
  8. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Looks like I @ the wrong person, @Bobby_M
  9. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    @Bobbym is the 40mm tungsten too small? Just pulled my 2" through, was crazy hard. It bent the fender washer. It also split the flared walls. This is a Concord kettle, so only 1mm thick
  10. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Got my 2" flaring tool, cant wait to install the ferrule Also needed a 1/2 half coupler for my temp probe, was going to dimple and then pull a half coupler, but made one by cutting the Male threads off a m/f pull through fitting. Pretty easy to hacksaw off, bench grid and sand smooth.
  11. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    They are for sale! https://www.brewhardware.com/product_p/ptbulkhead_tool2tc.htm He also added 2" long ferrule
  12. milldoggy

    Pull Through (dimpled) TC Ferrules for Soldering Prototype Stuff

    Any update on the 2". I recently installed 1/2" in my mashtun and could not be happier. Looking forward to updating my bk and would prefer a 2"tc for my element for wiggle room.
  13. milldoggy

    Right angle keg posts?

    One more option US $29.19 | 7/16 304 Stainless Steel Homebrew Beer Keg Connectors Dispenser Ball Lock Keg Disconnect Liquid Gas Connector Straight https://s.click.aliexpress.com/e/xRk1Wjm
  14. milldoggy

    Right angle keg posts?

    Another version https://www.chicompany.net/beer-store/ball-pin-lock-kegs-parts/quick-disconnects/quick-disconnect-s-s-economy-liquid-barb
  15. milldoggy

    Right angle keg posts?

    The stainless disconnects are right angled https://www.chicompany.net/beer-store/ball-pin-lock-kegs-parts/quick-disconnects/quick-disconnect-s-s-gas-mfl?zenid=5ro2pdje457t5bdlgu1obpr2i4
  16. milldoggy

    Chugger Replacement Housing Oring

    Worked for me. I have the first green chuggers and the black ones right after them, maybe the pump head changed
  17. milldoggy

    Stout Stainless Counterflow Chiller

    Used mine twice, much better than my ss convulated one. How much faster, hard to say. I made a shelve under my brew stand. Can snap pics if you want
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