Super Chiller Instructions

Thank you for purchasing Heart's Super Wort Chiller!

This unit is the most efficient wort chiller available today and should give you outstanding performance for years to come. Your wort chiller has four fittings:

Note: Your wort chiller may still have some flux and solder residue from the manufacturing process. Be sure to clean all the fittings and tubing using the instructions that follow before you use the chiller.

Sanitizing your wort chiller:

  1. Put three to five gallons of water in your brew pot and bring to a boil.
  2. Run the boiling water through the "Hot wort in" hose and out the "Cool wort out" just as you would your hot wort.

IMPORTANT!: You will not be using any cooling water, so the water exiting the chiller through "Cool wort out" will be extremely hot! Be certain to have a safe way to accommodate this very hot water.

Wort Chiller Instructions:

  1. Attach one end of a garden hose to a household cold water faucet. Attach the other end of the hose to the wort chillers "Cold cooling water in" fitting.
  2. Attach the hose coming off the "Hot wort in" fitting to the hot wort exit from your brew pot. Place the hose coming off the "Cool wort out" fitting in your fermented.
  3. Turn on cold water and begin wort flow.
  4. Wort temperature can be adjusted by changing wort water flow rates. Always adjust the flow on the "out" side of the chiller. Adjusting the flow of the water or wort "in" will dramatically reduce your efficiency.

Chiller Maintenance:

  1. Always clean and sanitize your chiller after each use.
  2. You may elect to use a Iodiphor solution to sanitize your chiller before storage but we recommend that you use the boiling water technique first.
  3. We recommend that the chiller be flushed a few times a year with either TSP. (one teaspoon per gallon of water) or white vinegar. Be sure to flush twice with hot water after this flushing.
Note: Other metal safe cleaners work well but require more safety precautions and are not recommended for homebrewing.

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