25' Copper Immersion Chiller with Tubing and Garden Hose Fittings or Solid Fittings

$49.99
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25' Copper Immersion Chiller with Tubing and Garden Hose Fittings or Solid Fittings | BREW International

Rapidly cool hot wort to yeast pitching temperatures with this immersion chiller, designed for homebrewers of beer, wine and cider.  This chiller is 25 feet of 3/8" copper tubing and includes the screw clamps vinyl tubing and garden hose fitting for quick and easy set up.  

Compression fittings and tubing that is screw clamped in place tend to expand and contract with the drastic temperature fluctuations during the boiling and cooling processes.  This expansion and contraction will loosen the compression fittings and cause you to leak unsanitized cooling water into the wort.  You just worked hard to make your wort, you don't want to contaminate because of a loose fitting. 

Approximate dimensions: 15" h x 9" w.

This is a great chiller at a great price and made in the USA! Shop online today at wholesale prices with BREW International. 

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  • 3
    Go for the no leak version

    Posted by Pablo on 24th Apr 2019

    I've had issues with the clamp on version leaking. Testing prior to immersion in the kettle is fine, but once it heais up the Tygon tubing gets soft and I'm guessing is squeezed out from the clamps. When I apply water to cool the clamped connection will leak sometimes spraying directly into the kettle. Otherwise the cooling power for this is quite good for my 3 - 4 gallon boils. Usually down into the 70-80F range in 5-10 min.

  • 5
    Works great

    Posted by Unknown on 30th Jun 2015

    Got the soldered option, which does not come with hoses (my solution was to buy a cheap remnant hose from HD, cut it in half, and buy an end adapter to hook up to faucet). The rubber gasket for the chiller was loose in the box, so make sure you don't throw that out. Also, when attaching to a hose, make sure the metal on the back lines up correctly. The first time I used it, it seemed to screw on tight and correctly, but the back was misaligned(could see rubber gasket) and a small amount of water sprayed out. Loosened and lined it up correctly to fix and works great now with no leaks. Chills my 3 gal batches in less than 20 mins. Note that my item did not have the necks side by side (as in the picture), they are roughly on opposite sides. It's not a big deal for me, but just noting in case someone wanted to notch a lid. $35 is pretty hard to beat.