Chugger SS Inline Pump

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  • Chugger Stainless Steel Inline Pump

Chugger SS Inline Pump

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SKU 41131

PRICE AS CONFIGURED:

$159.99

Product Details

One of the most valuable tools in the brewer’s tool box. This pump features a stainless steel head, and is food grade, making it the best option for transferring hot wort and other hot liquids. Make your brew day easier and safer with the Chugger SS Inline Pump.
One of the most valuable tools in the brewer’s tool box. The Chugger Pump features a stainless steel head, and is food grade, making it the best option for transferring hot wort and other hot liquids. Make your brew day easier and safer with the Chugger SS Inline Pump.
Features: • 1/2 “ MPT inlet and outlet • Stainless steel pump head • Polysulphone Impeller • Max Flow 7 GPM 22.7 LPM • Max Head 18.6 FT 5.5 M • Can handle liquids up to 250ºF

Additional Information

SKU 41131

Customer Reviews

Based on 29 reviews
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B.K.
Great pump

This thing rocks! Really sped up brew day. Feels sturdy a if it will last many more.

J
J.
Not good

I own two of these pumps, at least one of which I purchased from Midwest. Both were wonderful when they arrived, but quickly went down hill (one within the first brew day). I'm not certain if for some reason they're not constructed to handle heat, as I use them for hot wort transfer and mash re-circulation, but both quickly began to click loudly, rattle excessively and often require an extra bit of help to start the motor spinning.

I am extremely disappointed in how these pumps have worked, as they are QUITE EXPENSIVE in comparison to other pumps.

S
S.B.

Works great. No more siphoning. Easy cleaning too.

J
J.R.
Excellent pump

Easy to clean and works well with hot liquids. Can be tough to prime sometimes but any pump is like that.

C
C.R.
Pumps Decouple from Magnet

I bought two of these pumps just under a year and a half ago. They seemed to work fine initially, though I wasn't using them very often. I began brewing more frequently this year (averaging 3X a month) and the pumps have recently given me problems. The past four brew days the pumps have been decoupling (where the motor revs up but the pump stops moving fluid). I have taken the pump heads apart numerous times for cleaning but the problem persists. I have checked the magnet distance from the housing and it is where it should be. I have now resorted to just turning the pumps on and off until they begin pumping normally.

I saw you review. I wonder if aspects of the set up and use are causing issues with it priming. Quite often when people have more than just an inlet and outlet hose attached - it may end up with priming issues. If you do, I would consider checking that out and maybe trying the pump with just an inlet and outlet, with sufficient room on the outlet hose to make sure the liquid is fully priming the pump. Cheers.