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Old 03-03-20, 01:18 AM   #5
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Originally Posted by menaus2 View Post
From what I've researched with wort chillers used for brewing, it's a good idea for coils to be separated into different "zones". The first coil is laid out as a disk at the bottom of the tank. The second is a cylinder at the bottom half, then the third coil in a similar way above that. The fourth is a tighter coil in the middle from bottom to top.
Can you write more about why that layout is a good one? Are you primarily aiming to achieve good/best heat transfer?
I have a similar project planned for the summer, but so far my tank layout ideas have concentrated on improving stratification.
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