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Spincycle Overboard, No-Drill Kettle Whirlpool Return
Spincycle Overboard, No-Drill Kettle Whirlpool Return


 
Our Price: $15.00

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Product Code: SPINCYCLEOVERBOARD


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Brewers that use immersion chillers and also own a pump should know that recirculating the wort back into the kettle to whirlpool the wort makes for much faster cooling and will also make a concentrated pile of trub and hop particles in the center of the kettle bottom.

This is our third version of the industry leading whirpooling hardware. The original SpinCycle and SpinCycle Submerge both require a hole to be drilled into your kettle. Some people drill holes without a second thought but this one is for people who can't or do not want to modify their kettle.

We've built this unit one at a time on a customer request basis for years but we've finally bulk manufactured them to be able to get them out faster. It starts with a length of 1/2" OD 304 polished SS tubing that bends up and over the kettle wall, then drops straight down through a heavy duty spring clamp. Finally the bottom is bent 90 degrees to kick the output to your sidewall and make the liquid spin.

You have your choice of how the flow gets in to the unit. The cheap way is to select "open tube on the end" and then just clamp your hose over it. The more realistic option is to select "Welded male Camlock" if you use camlock quick disconnects in your system. This is the version shown in the main picture. Ordering a unit with a welded fitting will incur an extra couple days delay as we build these all to order.

The other choice is what the maximum drop is from the top of the pot to the output tube. To be clear, these are the lengths when the tubing is slid as far down in the clamp as possible. You can easily shorten the depth by taking pressure off the spring clamp and sliding the tubing up.

Note, this unit does NOT work with Sanke keg coverted boil kettles unless you make a slot or hole in the top where the main hole was cut.

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5 of 5 Solid September 16, 2019
Reviewer: Erik Kludasch from Centennial, CO United States  
Worked liked a champ. Love everything I buy from this site.

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5 of 5 Just clamp on and go September 9, 2019
Reviewer: Frank Maritnek from Lakewood, OH United States  
My 15 gallon electric kettle has two bulkheads but I wanted to add a temperature probe to maintain temp for kettle sours. This is the simplest and most effective way to add on a whirlpool. There is plenty of whirlpool action even after being pumped through my counterflow chiller before returning to the kettle.

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5 of 5 Great for BIAB August 13, 2019
Reviewer: Mat L. from MILFORD, NJ United States  
Great addition to the BIAB setup... have the welded BLQD which is solid and has held up to the disconnects easily.. worth the investment and improvement of wort going into the fermenter

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5 of 5 August 12, 2019
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  


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5 of 5 Excellent for anvil foundry system August 12, 2019
Reviewer: Sebastian Gonzalez from Edinburg , TX United States  
18” drop worked well for my brew system helped keep the sediment out of the fermenter and also helped cool the wort down

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