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Ss BrewTech Mash Re-Circulation Manifold
BE375
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Description

The Ss recirculation manifold is a nice gentle way to recirculate your wort. The manifold sits on top of the grain bed and evenly distributes the flow through 24 different holes on top of the manifold. Works great with our recirculation bulkhead fitting (BE386) and 1/2" FPT to 3/8" knurled hose barb (BE387). The manifold will fit in Ss Brewtech 10-30 gal kettles and mash tuns. It's 12.6" in diameter of 304 stainless steel with a 3/8" hose barb inlet.

Item # BE375
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 1LBS
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I'm building a mash recircluation system
Stephen B on Feb 16, 2018
to help keep my mash temp more uniform
Percy M on Jan 12, 2018
I'm building a mash recircluation system
Stephen B on Feb 16, 2018
Needed it, like the design, looks like a good value.
Paul B on Feb 14, 2018
to help keep my mash temp more uniform
Percy M on Jan 12, 2018
Needed it, like the design, looks like a good value.
Paul B on Feb 14, 2018
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OK, but holes clog easily.
Holes get clogged with grain during vorlauf. Takes some time to get all of the holes cleared, then it seems to work fine.
February 15, 2018
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1 month ago
Potential less temp drop, but can sink
I like that the HLT feeds hot water through the hose into this unit which then sits right on top of the grain bed. It spends less time going through the air which I've found can drop the temp quickly for other sparge arm approaches, especially if it's cold out. It also doesn't need to be adjusted for the height since it just sits on the bed.

The downside I've found is that it can often sink into the grain bed depending on how much liquid is in the bed. It will also sink on an angle. All of this can disturbe the grain bed when you are doing a fly sparge which you may not want. So I find I have to keep an eye on it and pull it up if it starts to sink. I've only used it a handful of times, so perhaps over time I'll sort out how to avoid that issue. It's not enough of an issue for me to look for another solution unless something better pops up down the road.
December 3, 2017