The tank makes for the easiest whirlpool and cleanup.The noil kettle has ports specially for whirlpooling, racking, and dumping. The whirlpool port is the highest port and is used to recirculate wort to create a whirlpool inside the kettle so trub collects at the bottom. Then you'll use the lower port on the kettle wall to rack (drain) clean wort into a fermenter. Lastly, you'll drain all remaining liquids and solid out the large 1.5" tri-clampport on the bottom of the kettle.
Easy to Clean
With a domed bottom design and 1.5" tri-clamp bottom drain port, cleaning will be the quickest and easiest part of Brew Day... Simply rinse out all your solid material, add a CIP (Clean in Place) ball and after 5 minutes of power washing the inside of your Tank, you'll have a squeaky-clean kettle.