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Hoover heating/cooling coil


bradocaster

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We are selling this coil. we used it with a mixer in a 330 gallon stainless steel hoover tote to cool our mash.  it has a thermometer well, a fork lift hook-up, and stainless cam-lock fittings. 

we are asking $1,200. 

brad@flatrockspirits.com

 

 

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I'm not sure if it's just an optical illusion, but are the coils a bigger diameter than the top? (I can't see how this could make sense if it is, but that's just how the photos and sketch appears).

 

This unit is made to simply drop vertically inside an IBC, correct?

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1 hour ago, Skaalvenn said:

I'm not sure if it's just an optical illusion, but are the coils a bigger diameter than the top? (I can't see how this could make sense if it is, but that's just how the photos and sketch appears).

 

This unit is made to simply drop vertically inside an IBC, correct?

I used one like this previously that had to be threaded into the lid..

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it is bigger than the opening. you can spin it in, or move it back and forth. it's not that difficult. We have used a smaller one (seen in the background of one of the photos), but the bigger one is much more efficient. 

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