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As you can run hot wort through this device for a few minutes before turning the cold water supply then it's not as critical to have TC on this product in our opinion. Threads on the hot side are not something that really concern us a lot. We do have these parts which I assume you know about https://www.kegland.com.au/1-5-inch-tri-clover-with-1-2-inch-bsp.html and then you can use a socket like this https://www.kegland.com.au/1-2-inch-bsp-stainless-internal-threaded-socket.html to connect to the Coolossus Counter FlowHi KL, is it possible to have future versions of the coolossus fitted with TC fittings on the wort side for a nice sanitised connection?
You probably do not have a blockage. Even the larger 65W pump is still not super powerful and we have quite a lot of resistance in the fairly long coil of the counter flow chillers. In fact all the inline chillers we sell have a fair bit of resistance in them including the plate chiller too. So the flow is significantly reduced when going through these restrictive devices.
.Hey, Is it possible to use two of your plate chillers in a single esky in order to make it a 4 tap jockey box.
Would it work with one plate on the bottom, some ice, and then a second plate? Looking for some ideas - don't want to buy two eskys as I already have a lot of gear to take with me to the market.
Yeah fair enough, I'm sure you have plenty of other priorities. And when I say I don't like the dump valve and collection bottle I only mean that I don't like them for my use case, not as a general opinion Just keen at the moment to know whether you're interested in taking a look or not.Ok let me have a look at this and get back to you. I am sure you can appreciate that we have had quite a high bill for tooling and R&D over the past 12 months but if this is really what you guys want we will spend some time to evaluate a couple different tri-clover options for you.
Yes I supposed from a $/yeast cell point of view the value is definitely quite good with Imperial yeast. With that said the White Labs yeast has a great reputation and a wide range. If you really want to pitch a large population it's hard to beat making a starter. So no plans to get the Imperial yeast at this stage. It's important to remember if we stock something that is low turnover it will sit on the shelf too long and this would be doing you guys a disservice. At the moment we don't get much request for it so this would be our main concern.
At my local they were saying at they looked at getting in the imperial yeast but it was all coded with a way shorter expiry date than White Labs/Wyeast so it made it pretty hard to justify.