DetailsUn-reinforced flexible silicone tubing with a maximum operating temperature of 500° F perfect for post-boil wort and transferring hot liquids. This tubing will not introduce odor or flavor to your water or wort even at high temperatures. Burst pressure is at 30 PSI at 70° F.
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4.8 / 5.09 ReviewsNice silicone tubingNice silicone tubing. Soft & pliable. I have used it for several brews. I mainly use it for hot water sparging or for transfering mash - both are warm enough I didn't want to use pvc tubing. I also use it for transfer of finished beer from carboy to keg. Countless uses!April 25, 2018Purchased
1 year agoDiameter too large for 3/8 barb fittingsOddly, this doesnt fit any 3/8 barb fittings I have without a hose clamp. The non-silicone version fits just fine.March 9, 2017Purchased
1 year agoAs described Good for hotAs described Good for hot sideDecember 28, 2015Transfers hot wortGood quality tubing that can withstand high temperatures and is suitable for pumping hot wort.February 4, 2014Heat resistantDoesn't sag and durable. Its perfect for recirculating hot wort with a pump.December 18, 2013Good for recirculatingI recirculate my wort with a pump using this tubing._x000D_Its very expensive but I don't need much and it can handle the heat._x000D_November 17, 2013Quality Hose for Hot Wort XferQuality hose for that can withstand high temps of hot wort. Would recommend!!November 10, 2013Well MadeThis is very well designed tube. A little high on the price but the quality makes up for it. The larger kind works great for filling a growler and is easy to clean between uses.November 4, 2013Good for moving hot liquidI have a length that I have connected to my ball valve that lets me drain directly into my ale pale using gravity. I use No Chill cooling where I transfer the boiling wort directly into HDPE containers to cool overnight (I learned this in Australia). It can withstand the heat without sagging.October 2, 2013
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