25' of copper tubing will make it easy to cool off your wort quickly. It is important to cool beer (wort) to yeast pitching temperature in the shortest possible time. By putting a wort chiller into a brew kettle at the end of the boil and running cool water through the chiller, it is possible to cool the wort below 80 degrees in 12 to 15 minutes. This reduces the lag time between the boil and active yeast fermentation. Just hook up your garden hoses and you are all ready to go.
Approximate dimensions: 5" to the top coil, 15" inches to the bend for the inlet/outlet, 9.5" in diameter.