The Chugger Mini Max Stainless Steel Inline Pump is an affordable escape for homebrewers from the heavy lifting during the wort transferring process of each homebrewing session. Next time you have to transfer wort during a brewing session, take the weight off of your back, and put it in your wallet with this easy-to-clean Stainless Steel Inline pump.
The Chugger's 1/8 horsepower engine provides you a desirable flow and pressure, so that your wort transfers are quick and easy and don't leave you aching the next day. To ensure the complete isolation of wort from your motor, this unit's design features a large 2 7/8" magnetically coupled impeller, successfully eliminating the chance of leaky seals. Equipped with a durable, easy-to-clean, Stainless Steel head piece that prevents any cracking when tightening heads down and is capable of withstanding liquid temperatures up to 250 degrees F. 1/2" male NPT inlet and outlet ports offer increased compatibility with a variety of fittings without any lapse in non-clog flow.
The Chugger provides brewing enthusiasts with an efficient and easy-to-use alternative to the heavy lifting endured by homebrewers everywhere during wort transfers while saving them money at the same time!
Similar to pumps of the same style, the Chugger is not self-priming. For the best recommended results, this Stainless Steel Inline Pump should be placed below the level of the brewer's kettle, and SHOULD NOT be turned on before the pump head has been filled with liquid.
Made from FDA Food Compliant Materials and UL Recognized components including; Ryton/teflon impeller, stainless steel motor housing, teflon thrust washer, and silicone O-ring.
Limited Warranty: Chugger Pumps are warranted only against defects in workmanship for a period of 6 months from the date of purchase. DO NOT RUN THE PUMP DRY, it will not be covered under warranty. A squealing sound is a warning you are running the pump with no fluid. POWER OFF IMMEDIATELY!!! Do not plumb inlet tubing or connections with less than 1/2" full port fittings. This will result in cavitation and problems with your pump.
|Specs & Features|
Be the first to ask a question.