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50 ft. of 3/8” copper, garden hose fittings soldered on both in and out of the coil. This prevents the fittings from ever leaking. This coil is heavy duty and sized to chill even a full 10 gallon boil in a matter of minutes. Approximately 10" in diameter, 13.5" tall at the top coil, 23" to the bend in the coil.
Soldered fittings will never leak. Compression fittings found on other styles of immersion coils 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 your hot wort. You just worked hard to make your wort, you don't want to contaminate because of a loose fitting. The soldered fittings are solid and secure.
The copper loops on this chiller are also easy to adjust to just about any width you desire between the loops. Simply pull them apart to spread them out!
This product is manufactured using parts made in the USA!
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