IsoFlow™ Single Piece Bulkhead

$19.99

SKU# 41429

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Our revolutionary patent-pending IsoFlow™ bulkhead is purpose-built for homebrewing. With snap-in accessories, you can easily pop in a diptube for transferring every last ounce of wort, or a hose barb (not included) to hook up your false bottom. Requires a 7/8" hole for mounting.

Now standard on all new MegaPot 1.2™ brew kettles with ball valves, the IsoFlow™ bulkhead will retrofit to previous drilled versions of the MegaPot 1.2™ or any other kettle with a 7/8" hole.
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IsoFlow Single Piece Bulkhead w/ diptube

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Product Details
Our revolutionary patent-pending IsoFlow™ bulkhead is purpose-built for homebrewing. With snap-in accessories, you can easily pop in a diptube for transferring every last ounce of wort, or a hose barb (not included) to hook up your false bottom.

The adjustable diptube swivels to suit whatever pick up angle you want, and draws down to within ⅛” from the bottom of the kettle. The single-piece construction makes for quick assembly and exceptional leak-proofing.

Includes 304 stainless steel bulkhead, and diptube, and silicone o-rings.
Additional Information
Support Documents:Complete Instructions
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Works well enough
I like it, but maybe I'm just installing it wrong. Since there's nothing on the inside of the kettle for me to grip with a tool, I had to use a lot of teflon tape to ensure the ball valve would not leak. Other than that, I like it.
May 4, 2016
Ok construction.
Ok construction.
January 27, 2016
Q&A
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Just received the Iso flow bulkhead with dip tube. The dip tube does not fit into the bulkhead. Did I receive the incorrect sized tube?
P S on Nov 25, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I lubed the perimeter of the tube with keg lube and pushed it in to the bulkhead with the pre fitted o rings in place. one end of the tube inserts easier than the other.
What is the size of the outside connection? Will a 1/2" NPT Female fit?
H E on Oct 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: That is 1/2" NPT threads on this bulkhead. 1/2" female NPT fittings will fit.
Could this set up be used as a whirlpool port?
Josh on Aug 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The small dip tube that comes with the port gives a nice 90 degree turn down, that I'm sure could be used to create a whirlpool if you directed it properly. The dip tube is held firmly with 2 o-rings and can be positioned in any direction.
Should the ball valve be flush with the fixed nut?
F A on Apr 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It's not necessary for it to be flush, just thread it on as far as it will go.
Is the diptube included with the bulkhead or do you need to order it separately?
N S on Feb 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello Lou,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! The isoflow single piece bulkhead includes the dip tube. I hope that this helps, have a great day!
What size hole will work for this bulkhead: 13/16", 7/8", or both?
J M on Jan 23, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello JM,

Thank you for choosing Northern Brewer! You will need a 7/8" hole for the isoflow bulkhead. A 13/16" hole will be too small. I hope that this helps!
How long is the Nipple? And is it a straight through or close?
Gilbert H on Feb 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The overall length is 2" with a fixed nut in the middle. The portion that goes through the kettle wall is 15/16" long and the threads are 5/8" NPT. The portion that is outside of the kettle is 13/16" long and the threads are 1/2" NPT for attaching a standard ball valve.
It appears that all the reviews listed for the IsoFlow�� Single Piece Bulkhead are actually reviews for siphon tubing. Where are the bulkhead reviews?
N S on Feb 11, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for contacting us Lou. I have forwarded this issue to our web team and they are working on a solution.
How is it beneficial to get within 1/8 of the bottom of the pot? Wouldn't it be fully surrounded by trub this close to the bottom of the pot?
Andrew G on Nov 2, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Andrew

If you do a short 5-10 minute whirlpool at the end of the boil by stirring the wort for a minute or so and letting it rest the trub will form a nice cone in the center of the kettle and you will be able to draw clean wort from around that cone. A bit of trub int he fermentor is normal but you can leave most of it in the kettle and leave minimal liquid behind this way.

Cheers

Todd H

Northern Brewer LLC

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