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Chugger Pump 115v POLY Inline Pump (CPPS-IN-1)
Chugger Pump 115v POLY Inline Pump (CPPS-IN-1)


 
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Description
 
The Chugger pump represents the first affordable pump designed specifically for homebrewers.

This specific model is the 115 volt plastic (polysulfone) head INLINE inlet (both inlet and outlet are 1/2" male NPT)

Center vs. Inline" In theory, the center inlet is capable of pumping hotter liquids at faster flow rates without losing prime (as compared with the INLINE versions of the pump) but the difference is barely noticeable. It's best to consider mounting locations and plumbing configuration when deciding which head to use, but if you can accommodate the center inlet, why not"

Specs:

316 Stainless Steel (Rear Cap on Housing), Teflon (Thrust Washer), CLEAR Silicone (O-Ring), POLYSULFONE (Impeller)

  • Max Flow 7 GPM 22.7 LPM
  • Max Head 18.6 FT 4.1 M
  • Power .04 HP .029 KW
  • Electrical 115V 50/60HZ
  • Submersible Non-Submersible
  • Can handle liquids of 250F
  • Materials are FDA Food Compliant
  • Components are UL Recognized
  • DO NOT RUN DRY
  • Approx. Ship. Weight(LBS) : 7
  • Voltage : 115



Some notes on using mag drive pumps:

These are not self priming pumps. The pump head must be flooded with liquid prior to turning the pump on. The easiest way to do this is to let liquid fill the inlet hose prior to connecting it to the pump. If the pump squeels or makes loud noises, shut it down and make sure the head is full of liquid.

If you wish to regulate the flow rate, it must be done on the output side of the pump (and we do recommend putting a valve on the outlet).

Use teflon tape on all threaded connections and be very careful not to cross thread when applying metal fittings to the polysulfone heads. Stripping or cross-threading the polysulfone or galling the threads on the stainless head is not covered under warranty.


Orientation: We get a lot of questions regarding the best way to mount and connect hoses to these pumps. First, we recommend mounting the pumps so the outlet faces horizontally to the right. If this is not possible, the next best orientation is output facing up. The other two options will get air trapped in the pump head and cause priming issues.

Connections: The options are nearly endless given the pipe thread input and output ports. You can hard plumb the system with stainless or copper tubing or use flexible hoses. We use silicone tubing with 100% camlock disconnects on everything for flexibility in connectivity and easy breakdown for cleaning. By far the most important thing is to use high flow, non-restrictive components with the least number of elbows as possible on the input side. (the camlocks, valve, and barbs are available on this website in other sections):
If the task of selecting plumbing components is a little overwhelming, we recommend checking out our ADD A PUMP kits which takes the guesswork out of it.

NOTE: Do NOT cut the (52") power cord to wire in switches, etc. Control boxes should be equipped with standard 15amp receptacles so that the pump can be plugged in. Cutting the cord or opening the motor housing will void your motor warranty immediately.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Great product for a great price April 28, 2018
Reviewer: Dwain Pannell from New Market, AL United States  
Very pleased with the product as well as fast delivery. Great addition to my brewery.

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5 of 5 Great investment. October 2, 2017
Reviewer: Andy A from Cincinnati, OH United States  
Re-circulation has improved my efficiency, and wort clarity while allowing me to cool my wort down to pitching temp much faster. Transferring is so much easier as well. If you don't have a pump, you NEED one.

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5 of 5 My brewing son is happy April 23, 2017
Reviewer: mom from goddard, KS United States  
My son requested this pump for his birthday.  The customer service is great, and the pump was delivered to him very quickly.  BrewHardware even caught a zip code error I had made in his address!

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5 of 5 Pump March 31, 2017
Reviewer: Brian Jacobs from Fredericksburg , VA United States  
For the cost of the pump it is a nice pump.

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5 of 5 My Second July 22, 2016
Reviewer: Chris from Denver, CO United States  
These pumps are great!  I have 2 now and they run really well.  Keep it clean and maintained it will run forever

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