Coolossus - Passivated Stainless Steel Counter Flow Chiller

Coolossus – Passivated Stainless Steel Counter Flow Chiller

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6.5m Passivated Stainless Steel Counterflow Chiller with 1/2 inch BSP male thread connectors.

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Chill your wort down like a pro! Unlike plate chillers that utilise coppers great conductivity, this 6.5m fully 304 passivated stainless steel chiller can withstand high hop additions without clogging.
The Coolossus also has high chemical resistance unlike plate chillers and other copper immersion chillers. This chiller can also be used with Camlocks to make connecting to it quick and easy.

This product has an “industrial” type finish and is built to do the job, quickly, not to sit there and look pretty.

1/2" BSP Fittings Make It Easy To Attach Camlock Fittings
Coolossus Fitted Wth Camlock Type A Fittings

Coolant Line: ID: 21mm x OD: 22mm x Length 6m;
Wort (Beer) Line: ID:11.9mm x OD12.7mm x Length 6.5m
Height: 180mm
Diameter: 280mm
Connectors:1/2” BSPT (Ideal for hose connectors such as Camlocks)
Composition: 304 Stainless Steel

Additional information

Weight 7.5 kg
Country of Origin CN
HS Code 8419899800

2 reviews for Coolossus – Passivated Stainless Steel Counter Flow Chiller

  1. timothy butler-henderson (verified owner)

    Superb piece of kit , chilled 25ltrs of wort from 100deg to 20deg in 25mins ! , easy to use and clean , use ptfe tape on your fittings . Brilliant , much better than plate chillers and imersion coils . A great investment!

  2. Richard Earnshaw (verified owner)

    This is a good bit of kit. I use mine as the basis of a HERMS rig (it has just enough exchanger capacity to run a 25 litre, 2.5kW HLT/kettle with Inkbird control through the outer shell at 74 deg C with one of the cheap mag pumps (30l/min) and then run the mash liquor through the inner core – also on a mag pump. The mash liquor comes out at 68 deg C and this gives a steady 65 or 66 deg C when the mash recirculating pump is controlled via a second Inkbird.
    Then later, the same device is used to cool from 100deg C to circa 20 deg C – it will do 25 litres in about 20 minutes using about 200 litres of cold tap water at 18 deg C (quicker in the winter when tap water is < 10 degC).
    A good and versatile peace of equipment that should last for ever.

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