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Beer Wort Chiller Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Brewing Homebrew Cooler Water

Beer Wort Chiller Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Brewing Homebrew Cooler Water

Beer Wort Chiller Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Brewing Homebrew Cooler Water

Any of our plate heat exchangers may be used for beer wort chilling. This listing is for plate heat exchangers with most commonly preferred fittings/connections for beer wort chilling applications.

If you need a different size unit or different fitting configurations, please visit our listing for general plate heat exchangers. For a simple comparison of our different heat exchangers used in beer wort chilling, please view our beer wort chilling chart. This chart helps compare performance from model to model in a typical beer wort chilling application.

Advice on Selecting the proper Beer Wort Chiller. The longer, the more efficient. The more length a heat exchanger has, the more efficiently it will perform. If you made an infinitely long heat exchanger, it would be possible for the hot fluid to reach the same temperature of the cold fluid entering the unit. When your goal is to achieve lower temperatures, faster chill times, or lower water usage, choose a longer unit.

The More Plates or Channels, the less pressure drop. More plates means more channels for the fluid to flow through.

This is similar to increasing the size of a pipe, which allows for more flow rate so that more fluid can be pushed through the unit. It also adds more surface area contact for a little more heat transfer, but keep in mind that plate heat exchangers are most efficient by use of convective heat transfer as opposed to conductive heat transfer, which means that the faster your fluid flows, the faster the heat transfer. The more plates you add, the more channels your fluid has to flow through, and so the slower the velocity of the fluid flowing through the channels. If you do not increase the flow rate as you add plates, it could actually lower the heat transfer rate due to low velocity fluid or even cause some of the channels to not have any flow through them from the near zero pressure drop passing through the unit. When seeking more efficiency, always seek a longer unit.

When seeking higher flow rates, add more plates to compensate for the needed flow to avoid too much pressure drop. The new B3-36A models offer the highest possible performance for a typical city water pressure application at home.

Choose this model for the best performance and most savings in water usage. Data Table for Comparison of Duda Diesel Beer Wort Chillers. Wort Max Gpm w/ 5 gpm water.

Mid-Range Chillers, Most Popular Chillers. High Water Flow (Low Pressure Drop), Mid-Range Chillers. Best bang for your buck, Performance Chiller.

Performance Chiller, Saves the most water & time. High Water Flow (Low Pressure Drop), Performance Chillers, Saves the most water & time.

Need help choosing a unit? Generally speaking, the longer the heat exchanger is, the more efficient it will be. Adding more plates reduces pressure loss and adds some extra heat transfer. More width on a unit also reduces pressure loss and adds some heat transfer. Since plate heat exchanger utilize convection, it is better to add length than plates or width for heat transfer when the flow rates are low. (adding more plates or width reduces fluid velocity and thus, less convection). For a specific sizing to your requirements, please see our heat exchanger sizing form. Duda Diesel Plate Heat Exchangers Specifications Sheet by Model. 0.088"/plate + 0.275". 0.095"/plate + 0.275". The item "Beer Wort Chiller Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Brewing Homebrew Cooler Water" is in sale since Saturday, October 11, 2014. This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Kitchen, Dining & Bar\Brewing, Distilling & Wine Making\Equipment".

The seller is "dudadiesel" and is located in Madison, Alabama. This item can be shipped worldwide.

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  • Brand: Duda Energy


Beer Wort Chiller Stainless Steel Heat Exchanger Brewing Homebrew Cooler Water