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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter

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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter

SKU: 7736

Designed for the avid home winemaker filtering more than 10 gallons, this Buon Vino Super Jet Filter is capable of filtering homemade wine to a crystal clear, brilliant perfection. A great gift for the serious home vintner.
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Designed for the avid home winemaker filtering more than 10 gallons, this Buon Vino Super Jet Filter is capable of filtering homemade wine to a crystal clear, brilliant perfection. A great gift for the serious home vintner.


  • Motorized filter with self-priming electric pump and motor
  • Capable of filtering 80 gallons of wine per hour
  • We recommended starting with #1 coarse filters, then filter through #2 polishing filters
  • Built-in pressure gauge
  • Carry handle and 4' power cord
  • Can also use the filter as a pump by bypassing the filter pads on the unit
  • Includes all the hoses and fittings you need
  • Filters sold separately

    Note: The use of a pre-filter will help prevent large sediment from entering the pump and burning out the motor which would void the warranty.
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love it added the filter and better hose clamps. it will leak about a glass of wine when I pumped 50 gallons but put a plastic bucket under it and it was done in about 1 tenth the time.
June 22, 2013
Great Filter
We got this filter and added the pre filter in line. What a difference in the taste of the wine. Yes it leaks a little but put a pan under it and that fix's that. Filter pads are priced fair. We love are machine and highly recommend it.
August 10, 2013
Buon Vino Super Jet Review
This machine worked great for me. I used it for making four standard sized barrels of wine. I bypassed the filter and used it as a wine pump for racking the wine. This alone is a valuable feature since I used to do it manually with a barrel pump. I could use different filters to choose the level of body and polish in the finished wine.
February 9, 2014
When it works, its outstanding
I received this as a Christmas present a few years ago and there is a significant difference in the quality of wine as compared to the wines that were polished by other means. The down side is the valve inside the pump can breakdown rather easily. I have replace this valve three times. At over thirty dollars a shot, this adds to the cost quickly. It is this problem that caused me to give the items a lukewarm review. Recently I bought the screen that acts as a pre-filter which seems to help.
June 11, 2012
Leaks big Time
For someone who is filtering 6 gallon or less forget this filter. I tightened the filter plates as much as I could and it still leaked. For someone that is filtering 12 or more gallons the percent of loss is perhaps acceptable but not so for 6 gallon or less.
March 4, 2013
Filter leaks
I used this filter to filter 12 gals of wine. As the filter became covered with the wine sediments, it began to leak. Eventually wine spurted out over 2 feet and covered my painted wall in red paint. This filter is NOT worth the money. It is nothing than a bigger version of their mini jet which has all the same issues. I even made a heavy aluminum plate to reinforce the tension plate, it helped, but did not stop this unit from leaking wine, and a lot of it.
April 18, 2013
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I had one of these when I owned a small commercial winery and loved it. Since I sold the winery, I am now playing with beer. Have there been any experiences using this as a filter for home beer? The beer filter you sell like a house water filter, seems to have too much waste and makes a mess...did not work well with a cider I did, plugged instantly...

Thoughs?
R O on Sep 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Although I haven't used my pump for beer, I am very pleased with it's performance for pumping and filtering wine. It works flawlessly with very little waste. The motor doesn't overheat even when pumping several gallons of wine!
What filters do you start with?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2016
BEST ANSWER: For reds, I start with the coarse filter and finish with the medium. For whites, I start with the medium and end with the fine.
The tubing on my filter is getting old. What are the correct dimensions for new tubing? Is the inlet the same as the outlet?

Thanks,

Dan
The Woodlands, TX
D J on May 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The 1/2" ID siphon hose works on the super jet, inlet and outlet.
HI. Can this unit function as a pump when not being used as a filter? If so, what if the gallons/hour? Also, when used as a filter, what is the gallons/hour? On this website it is indicated at 80/hour but on the Buon Vino website, it's 40/year. Somewhat conflicting info, no? Thanks for clarifying (no pun intended!).
J P on Apr 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, you can bypass the filter pads and use this to transfer wine without filtering. The unit is deigned to filter approximately 270 liters per hour, around 70 gallons, according to the Buon Vino site. If just transferring, it may run a bit quicker than that. -Mike W, Midwest Supplies

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