Sparging nozzle

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Mitch Du-Venage
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Sparging nozzle

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Hi

I am looking into our sparging process and have noticed we have been sparging a bit to quickly, likely as we are currently using a standard hose. I was wondering if anyone had some recommendations for what I could use. We have a 100l system and want to make the sparging a bit more automated. So far my ideas are:
1) Using a SS spray nozzle like this one: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SS-Solid-Rou ... 2749.l2648
2) Using the plastic brew eagle one: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Eagle-Brewin ... %7Ciid%3A1
3) Building one out of copper tubing (like so many have on youtube)

Anyone have any experience in these?

Thanks

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rodneygullick
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Re: Sparging nozzle

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why not try batch sparging i used to use a sparging arm but then i went over to batch sparging haven,t looked back

Mitch Du-Venage
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Re: Sparging nozzle

Post by Mitch Du-Venage »

I would have thought that fly sparge would yield better efficiency in the long run?

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