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Isoflow™ Bulkhead Diptube 1/2"

$4.99

SKU# 41432

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A threadless snap-in accessory, the IsoFlow™ diptube slides into either of our single-piece bulkheads, secured by patent-pending internal o-ring design.
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Isoflow Bulkhead Bulkhead Diptube 1/2"

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A threadless snap-in accessory, the IsoFlow™ diptube slides into either of our single-piece bulkheads, secured by patent-pending internal o-ring design. The revolutionary fit makes this diptube fully rotational, for flexible positioning at any angle. Plus, it draws down to within ⅛” of your kettle, leaving less liquid behind than any other dip tube on the market. Compatible with both IsoFlow™ and EZ Clean™ bulkheads. Made of 304 Stainless Steel.
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Dip tube rocks!
Nice easy clean install. I actually use it for a whirlpool. Nice design.
July 28, 2016
Excellent product!!
It's exactly what I've been looking for a long time, I would never have thought that this product was so affordable in its price
April 28, 2017
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4 months ago
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My dip tube will not snap into place. Am I missing something incredibly simple here? I am following the instructions that say it should just "snap" in to the bulk head from inside, but it is to big and meets resistance with the o rings inside the bulkhead. I don't want to just jam it in there and damage the inner o rings.
Benjamin S on Jan 7, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Can't speak from experience as I used this in a rigged up application. However; be sure the edges are not sharp, use some emery cloth or such if needed. Test fit without the o rings. You can't really lube it, maybe mineral oil, but would help if wet.
I recently bought the Isoflow Dip Tube for my 15 gallon Megapot and followed the directions for installation (except for placing the tape on the threads of the outflow tube as instructed). Although I have no leaks, I consistently have a residual volume of ~ 1 1/2 gallons in the pot. Is this typical? I'm trying to formulate some recipes utilizing Beersmith and I need to know my kettle's residual volume.
D R on Jan 29, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for the inquiry, Ted! My best guess is that you are not using tubing on the outside of the kettle when draining? Since the dip tube draws liquid from below the bulkhead, we need to create a siphon effect to actually let the liquid draw up through the dip tube. With tubing connected on the outside going down from the kettle, this starts a siphon effect and will draw the liquid up through the dip tube - resulting in almost no dead space at all! Let me know if this is off the mark and we can try to further help troubleshoot! If that is the case, a photo or two could prove quite helpful. I hope this makes sense!
Will someone post the dimensions of the tube? I'm curious to know how far the above the bottom of a pot the port needs to be drilled to have the tub sit a 1/4 of an inch above the bottom of the pot.
J T on Aug 31, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The dip tube is 1 and 5/8" from top to bottom when installed. This means your pilot hole will want to be right around 1 and 3/4". The dip tub is almost 1/2" ID so this means drilling the pilot hole at right about 1 5/8" give 1/4" clearance off the bottom of the kettle.
Will this work in the mega pot 1.2 as is? Do you need a different bulk head?
H A on Jan 19, 2016
BEST ANSWER: As far as I know you also need to purchase the isoflow bulkhead seperately. The dip tube snaps into that. I was told the center of the hole should be 2? from the bottom of the pot looking from the outside.
What is the optimum distance between the dip tube bottom and the bottom of the pot?
G A on May 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello,

You will want that dip tube nearly touching the bottom of the kettle. I would say about 2-5mm from the bottom would be ideal. I hope that this helps!

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