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Chugger Stainless Steel Inline Pump

$159.99

SKU# 41131

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One of the most valuable tools in the brewer’s tool box. The Chugger Pump features a stainless steel head, and is food grade, making it the best option for transferring hot wort and other hot liquids. Make your brew day easier and safer with the Chugger SS Inline Pump.

Features:
• 1/2 “ MPT inlet and outlet
• Stainless steel pump head
• Polysulphone Impeller
• Max Flow 7 GPM 22.7 LPM
• Max Head 18.6 FT 5.5 M
• Can handle liquids up to 250ºF
Total:
$159.99

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Chugger Stainless Steel Inline Pump

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Product Details
One of the most valuable tools in the brewer’s tool box. The Chugger Pump features a stainless steel head, and is food grade, making it the best option for transferring hot wort and other hot liquids. Make your brew day easier and safer with the Chugger SS Inline Pump.

Features:
• 1/2 “ MPT inlet and outlet
• Stainless steel pump head
• Polysulphone Impeller
• Max Flow 7 GPM 22.7 LPM
• Max Head 18.6 FT 5.5 M
• Can handle liquids up to 250ºF
Additional Information
Support Documents:No
Reviews
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Sweet product!
Great for transferring and recirculating, very satisfied indeed!
February 2, 2016
DA PUMPZ
It chugs, it glugs is slurps but no derps. Its a happy pump that makes happy brewers.
May 27, 2016
Chugger Pump
This pump works very well. Definitely does what it’s intended for. It takes a little priming to get going….but that would be the case w/ any pump when you’re sending liquid upwards. Would definitely recommend.
September 1, 2016
inline pump
very good packaging from NB as usual,this is a very good addition to my all grain system.
February 7, 2017
Purchased
2 months ago
Awesome product!
Awesome product!
June 12, 2016
Chugger pump
Nice unit
June 5, 2016
Q&A
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If I want to use this with a plate chiller, would I need to buy 2 of these? One to pump wort and one to pump chilled water?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You could get by with one of these, or none if you have the brew kettle high enough up where you can have it flow through the plate chiller with just gravity. If you have a high-temp pump to move the wort, the cooling-water side is typically hooked up to a city water supply to cool the wort as it passes through the chiller. A person could also use an inexpensive "pond pump" in a reservoir of iced water and re-circulate water through a plate chiller and then back to the reservoir, to reduce water usage.
Can you throttle this pump down with a valve without hurting the motor?
Michael O on Aug 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'm still kinda new to brewing. I've only done around 10 batches and only 3 with this pump. I made a PVC pump/chiller caddy and I put my valve on the output side to throttle the flow down so it stays in the chiller longer and get it down to the 70 degree range for pitching the yeast. The pump still works fine.
What is the voltage on this pump?
C H on Jan 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: 115vac with 4ft cord and grounded 3-prong plug
Is this a self priming pump?
C O on May 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, it is not. It needs to have liquid at the pump head for the pump to begin moving the liquid. -Mike W, Northern Brewer
How do I oil this motor and what kind of oil do I use?
D U on Mar 7, 2016
BEST ANSWER: There is a small hole at the back of the pump that says put oil here. The best one to use is a 3-in-one motor oil. WD-40 makes one that is common at most hardware stores.
Is this pump compatible with the Blichmann Top Tier?
M A on Feb 3, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is. Works with the Blichmann pump mount.
Can I add a ball-valve to the outflow to regulate volumes as suggested with some of your other pumps? Thanks.
M A on Jan 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can, but this will wear out the ball valve. Ball valves are designed to be either off or on, and having them partially open can degrade the locking mechanism.
Is this replacing the Steelhead pump in your catalogue?
A M on Jan 12, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the inquiry! The standard steelhead we sold is no longer available. The standard chugger is now our only traditional high temp pump being sold. Cheers!
What's the diference about other Chugger Stainless Pump?
R I on Dec 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I believe the biggest difference between the stainless steel and plastic pump is the cleaning. I heard that the cleaning is much easier with stainless steel. Plus you are able to purchase the clamps and hoses that are easy to work with and also clean. I hope this helps
Is this a safe method for transfering wort to a fermenter ?
T H on May 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: This is most definitely a safe method for transferring wort to a fermenter as long as you run sanitizer through it.
Does this have the same mounting bracket as the March pump?
A N on May 6, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The march pump base has similar holes for bolts, they are close but not exact. They are close enough where most stands/set ups can use the same set up to mount either a march or a chugger. But it could be worth letting us know the exact set up you want to install one into to make sure or identify possible issues for this. Cheers!
Can it pump grains, like cracked corn?
G R on Apr 26, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, this pump is only designed to pump liquids, it would NOT be able to pump solid material like grain or cracked corn. That would quickly destroy the pump impeller. -Mike W, Northern Brewer

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