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Brewzilla 65L upgrade 25W Pump - The Green Demon

£70.00
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    This pump is for upgrading your 65L Brewzilla pump as per the video below.

    It isn't a straight swap so please checkout the video to make sure its something that you are comfortable doing. If you have any doubt over the upgrade you need to consult a qualified electrician. 

     

    FROM KEGLAND:

    Upgrade your 65L BrewZilla Gen 4 with the all new barbed magnetic driven pump. This pump comes standard with the 100L BrewZilla Gen 4.

    This model was once a Green Demon (Green Colour), it has now been switched over to a Grey Goblin (Gun Metal Grey Colour).

    To upgrade the 65L BrewZilla Gen 4, you will need to perform some light electrical terminal rewiring. This pump comes prefitted with blade and circle connectors to swap out the standard 6 watt pump. You will need to re-use the grommet fitting so be gentle when taking it off the 6w pump.

    Please see product photos for particular configurations, standard config using ball valve, or Oli's Hail Mary configuration.


    Standard Configuration - No additional fittings/hoses required
    This configuration is a direct swap out of the 6w pump to the 25w pump. Utilising the tee splitter and the original hosing that comes with the 65L Gen 4 BrewZilla.
    It does help a little bit if you use the outlet elbow piece on the inlet, and vice versa as the 25w pump is slightly taller than the 6w stock standard pump.

    Alternative Configuration ~ Oli's Hail Mary
    For this method you will need about a 165mm piece of 12mm ID hosing, preferably braided. You cannot use normal silicone hosing for this. This method does not use the tee piece of ball valve. It solely relies on the bigger 25w pump to do all of the transferring/recirculating needs.
    Please see product photos for configuration types.


    This pump can also be used around your brewery, but you will need an electrician to fit a 10a plug to it. Capable of withstanding temperatures up to 120C it can handle the boil directly without the need to cool before use. Extremely efficient 1.1amp pump which can be run continuously at elevated temperatures. 


    Specifications:
    Voltage: 220-240 at 50-60hz

    Max Head: 3.4m

    Max Flow: 19L/min

    Wiring: Fork and Ring Connectors fitted with insulation sheath.

    Fittings: 13mm Male Barb
    Specifications:
    NOTE: Like almost all centrifugal pumps, do not run this pump dry.

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    Brewzilla 65L upgrade 25W Pump - The Green Demon

    £70.00
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