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No complaints. There was a small leak on the inlet compression fitting, but the addition of a little Teflon tape did the trick for the meantime. Due to the flexible nature of this joint, they should probably make a flexible connection. It will likely break again. Honestly just bought it because it was cheaper than buying only copper at my local store. I can always fix as needed. High quality (thick) copper is used.
Chilled 27 gallons to 75 degrees in 25 minutes Iím ok with that!
Chills fast. But, one connection was bad and had to be replaced. The other was loose. No big deal. The main issue. I use it for a keggle. I would like to see you make one that will be tall enough that the connections are outside of the container. I bent mine out myself. Love your products and service!
Attempted to use the chiller and tested the connections before using on my last brew and both inlet and outlet connections leaked badly. Disassembled and re taped and got output to not leak but was unable to prevent inlet from having small leak. Ended up removing compression fittings and replacing with vinyl tubing connections and moved the hose connections outside of the brew kettle. Also note the connections are in your brew kettle not on the outside like other chillers
I bought this here because it was only $10 more than making it myself. Which is cool if you've ever hand bent 1/2" copper tubing. It cooled 10 gallons of wort in 25 minutes with 65 degree water. I wasn't agitating very much either. The only bummer was one of the compression fittings leaked. I had to cut the old compression collar off because it had been over tightened when it was put together. After truing up the copper and putting on a new collar, there were no more leaks.