Blichmann Engineering and March Manufacturing have come together to build the ultimate RipTide™ Brewing Pump.
Extremely durable, featuring a stable built in base and linear valve for the ultimate control. The tri-clamp head connection quickly disassembles for easy cleaning.The RipTide™ Brewing Pump features:
- Curve blade impeller and rare earth magnets that delivers 7 GPM and up to 21ft of pressure head!
- Tri-clamp head connection that disassembles in seconds for easy cleaning.
- 1/2" NPT inlet and outlet connections.
- Splash proof and silent bounded motor (50 dB).
- Linear flow valve for the ultimate flow control (no need to buy a separate valve and fitting).
- Air vent valve and partially enclosed impeller design to prime the pump in seconds. (No more frustrating air locked pumps).
- Stainless steal head that rotates 360 degrees to fit in virtually any installation.
- Big stable base with rubber ends to keep the pump from tipping.
- Power switch on base.
- Includes 10 ft long cord with plug (120V).
- Base acts as a cord wrap for convenient storage
- Patent pending
Proposition 65 Warning for California Consumers: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm.
- Details & Instructions
5.0 / 5.04 ReviewsIn its own tier!I bought two of these to replace my Mach II pumps. I was over with the priming difficulties as well as having no on/off switch. These Blichmann pumps are in another tier! 3 reasons to go buy them today.
1- has a bleed valve to get air out of line while spilling minimal wort and primed pump every time.
2- Having an actual on/off switch is so much better than trying to plug and unplug my old pumps.
3- It’s pumping capacity destroys the Mach! I can run one pump to recirculate wort through my HERMS system, where before I had to link 2 Mach pumps together.
Do yourself a favor and spend the extra $40 and get the better pump the first time.December 13, 2018Purchased
3 months agoNovember 2, 2018Purchased
4 months agoLove itMy bias is to buy things one time. This pump falls into that category. It seems very well made. The biggest attraction was ease of cleaning. I can't imagine why you'd buy a pump that doesn't come apart like this. What's the marginal value of knowing the parts that touch your liquids is whistle clean? Exactly.
I got the Transfer quick pump connection kit which is a must. The pump moves a good volume of liquid; we were able to transfer 70 gallons of cider in short order. Strongly recommend.October 23, 2018Purchased
5 months agoWhat a great pump!I just used it for the first time today and it was a snap. I loved how simple it was to prime by pulling the pressure release valve. Then when my brew was finished, I simply opened it up and washed all the pieces. How do you clean those other pumps? Pump some water through them and hope there's nothing left inside? Undo all the screws? I didn't need any tools to clean this one. It was definitely worth a few extra bucks.January 7, 2018Purchased
1 year ago
- Customer Q&A
Browse 3 questions Browse 3 questions and 5 answersWhat is the maximum heat range on this pump?BEST ANSWER: 212FHow do you keep hoses from collapsing when pumping boiling liquid?What is the horsepower (Hp) or "watts' of the motor?BEST ANSWER: 120W, 1/20HP. Plenty of power to pump the wort back up from the bottom of a kettle back up to the top and still hard enough to get it nice and frothy (aerated) when it does.