Hello! Hopefully someone here can help with this problem: I have a condenser that holds 35 gallons of water to cool the copper coil on my still. I need to know if I can create a closed loop system of cooling water that allows me to avoid running a chiller. I know that there is probably an equation of Input and Output versus coil temperature and water temperature, but I have unfortunately never come across such an equation throughout my experience. I can add the following information to help get things started: -The condenser holds 35 gallons of cooling water -I will be pumping water from a 2500 gallon tank to the condenser at 5GPM -The water will be traveling through 3/4" hoses to and from the condenser -I want to have the water pass through the condenser and return back to the top of the tank without using a chiller. I simply need to know if 2500 gallons of water stored at, say, 72 degrees F can circulate through a condenser to cool a coil at 5GPM that may reach temperatures of 180 degrees F without heating up too much. If there is a way to calculate that I would appreciate your help. Thanks!