Blichmann 120V Boil Coil 7.5 gal

Item Number: 54-0075

Regular price$139.99 Sale price$69.45


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Blichmann 120V Boil Coil 7.5 gal

This new Blichmann Engineering innovation redefines electric heating! Unrivaled performance, speed, and simplicity. Just plug in a BoilCoiltmimmersion heater for immediate, high efficiency heat. Ideal for indoor brewing and a perfect companion for your BoilerMakertmbrew pot.
  • Each BoilCoiltm is engineered to perform optimally in your BoilerMakertm brew pot for consistent heating performance, boil quality, and boil-off rates
  • Removable custom engineered plug means cleaning is a snap - no dangling power cord tethered to your pot!
  • Coil configuration hugs the wall of the pot to encourage convective boil characteristics to drive off DMS and other volitiles and doesn't interfere with whirlpooling
  • The BoilCoiltm includes a "plug and play" 12 ft factory wired cable with a molded twist-lock L5-20P plug on one end, and our custom removable plug on the other end.
  • LESS THAN Ultra low watt density means NO chance of scorching, and dry-fire capable (although we certainly don't recommend this!)
  • Simple installation requires drilling only two small 5/8" holes with our handy drill template. We'll provide the mounting holes in a in new BoilerMakertm pot for a small fee or you can install yourself!
  • No risky welding or cutting massive holes in your pot to install, and features a professional and reliable connection and sealing system engineered specifically for homebrew kettles

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Mike Brown
Great solution for a boil kettle

This product is pretty good. Installation is straightforward with no leaks. Heating your water to strike temp however does take a while for 5 gal. I would suggest starting your brew day by setting your coil to max power until you are close to your strike temp, then moving to heating to set point. Clean up was a breeze and I got a nice even boil out of my first batch. Looking forward to many more.

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