Brewtools – Steam Condenser Assembly

(2 customer reviews)

This unit is an excellent alternative to a ventilation system.

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The Brewtools steam condenser fits the steam hats and uses cold water to cool the steam until it becomes a liquid that runs out of the condenser to a bucket or directly to the drain. The unit is an excellent alternative to a ventilation system.
The unit ships with a nozzle that supplies 1.1 liters of water per minute at 4 bar pressure. We also offer other nozzles that offers higher or lower flow depending on the water pressure where the system is used and other factors (sold separately).

Included in the box:

– TC 4″ to TC 2″ adapter (1 pcs)
– 20cm straight TC 2″ pipe (2 pcs)
– TC 2″ Tee (1 pcs)
– TC 2″ Elbow (1 pcs)
– TC 2″ 1/8″ nozzle adapter with TC34mm input (1 pcs)
– TC 2″ to 19mm hose barb adapter (1 pcs)
– TC 2″ Clamp (6 pcs)
– TC 2″ Gasket (6 pcs)
– 1/8″ BSP-T nozzle, 30 degrees, 1.1 liters per minute @ 4 bar (1 pcs)

You also need:

Steam hat for your system
TC 4″ Clamp and gasket
– Water inlet adapter (TC34mm to hose or garden connector etc)
– Outlet tube (16x25mm)
A TC34mm elbow is recommended for the water inlet

Please take not that you need much less power to keep the boil going with this device, and the risk of the wort boiling over is high when too much power is used, so make sure to take the necessary precautions. To sustain the vacuum, the drain tube from the condenser must not have any counterpressure. We recommend draining to a bucket where the tube is not submerged in the water, or suspend the tube directly over a floor drain.

Additional information

Weight 5 kg
Country of Origin CN
HS Code 7307298090

2 reviews for Brewtools – Steam Condenser Assembly

  1. Jonathan Neilly (verified owner)

    I’ve only done one batch with this but good gravy does it live up to expectations. First off, yes, it’s pricey, there’s no getting around that. That said, the sheer weight and quality of finish help to justify the cost; and if that wasn’t enough, it functions exactly as described. Assembly is quick and painless as everything is held together with tri-clamps. The only tool used was an adjustable wrench to snug the inlet nozzle into place. Mains water was easier to get to my new brewing spot than more electricity so this made sense over an extractor. It has the added benefit of being very quiet compared to the average kitchen extractor. I was able to comfortably have a conversation at normal levels when stood beside it. I brewed right beside a closed window and had no visible condensation after a typical brew day on my B40. Used water can easily be kept for cleaning, watering the garden etc.

    All in all it’s a very well built and innovative alternative to an extractor.

  2. Michael Walker (verified owner)

    After much umming and arring I finally pulled the trigger, and the results are much better than expected. The boil was ferocious, especially when only using 13A at 70% on the B80 Pro. No doubt that there will be plenty of room to dial back, and save more money on energy bills. If you are on the fence, you will not be disappointed. This is a no brainer purchase, which turns the unit into a beast. My only regret is that I did not buy it sooner!

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