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Posted by Gary on June 6, 2006, 9:41 pm
 
Hi,

I ran across this heat exchanger that is intended for beer making -- looks like
it might work in some solar applications?  Its single wall.

http://morebeer.com/product.html?product_id 533

$09 and free shipping!!

There is also a high temperature, magnetically driven 7 gpm pump on the same
page for $29 -- unfortunately its AC.


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Posted by cowboy on June 7, 2006, 10:38 pm
 
I Never thought of using my wart chiller as a heat exchanger. A
simpler version is a 3/8 tube inserted in a 5/8 garden hose and eneded
with 1/2 inch ridged pipe & tee, with a cooling water out the leg of
the tee, a modified adaptor the 3/8 tube emergers. With 70 degree
florida water this chills boiling wart (pre fermented beer) to 75
degrees in 24 feet.


Gene




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