1/2 Inch Double (Twin) Coil Copper Immersion Coil 50 Feet

$60.99
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Double Coil (Twin Coil) Copper Immersion Chiller

Cool your 10, 15, or 20 gallons of hot wort faster than ever with a double (twin) coil immersion chiller.  The twin coils place more of the cooling capacity in the center of the hot wort instead of just the outside like a traditional chiller resulting in faster cooling.  This chiller is made in the USA with USA copper.

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  • 5
    1/2" Double coil wort cooler

    Posted by Ron on 28th Jun 2016

    I was going to make my own but can not buy the copper for what they charge. Came securely packed. Used it right away on next brew, cooled 5 gal recipe down from 145 to 90 in 13 minutes. Good bang for your buck.

  • 5
    Excellent

    Posted by Inebriated Yayhoo on 16th Jun 2016

    Although you have to buy your own lines and connections (negligible cost), great wort chiller. I run a garden hose from boiling to ~110° and that takes maybe 5-8 minutes, then from there I do a recirculated ice bath with a cheap fountain pump and it will go from 110° to 70° in another 10 minutes.

  • 5
    works great

    Posted by Roger Lakin on 17th May 2016

    This thing is sweet pulls the heat right out

  • 4
    Works great!

    Posted by Josh on 1st Mar 2016

    Shipping and packaging was standard. Arrived without damage. I ordered female adapters for garden hose separate, one of the ends of copper was slightly warped so I had to use pliers to try and make it rounder so adapter would slide on completely. Only other suggestion is it would be nice if they used wire to keep the distance and shape of the IC coils instead of it being like a slinky...I will have to add that. Otherwise it worked great with ~53 degree faucet water which cooled 5 gal to 70 deg in about 15-20 min's. I looked at making one myself, but the copper alone was the same price as this is so why bother coiling myself?!?

  • 4
    good buy

    Posted by Paul Komrowski on 25th Feb 2016

    This will cool a 5 gal batch in less than 10 mins easy, more like 4, it works good on 10 gal batches takes a solid 15 to 20 mins, im up north so our water is cold. I like it, but with it had spacers, I may solder a couple of pieces of copper tube the length to keep the spacing equal.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Jan 2016

    Worked out great. Brought 7 gal boil down to temp in about 23 min.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Jan 2016

    Worked out great. Brought 7 gal boil down to temp in about 23 min.

  • 4
    Great Product, but Flat Spot!

    Posted by Charles Osborn on 25th Aug 2015

    Product is very efficient, 12 gallons from 170°F to 80°F in 15 minutes. Only problem is received the product with a flat spot on both sides of one end of the tubing! Fixed it by using SHARK Brass Fitting Adapter, Compression fitting leaked, and removing the two flat sides removed too much of the tubing.