Ditch the auto-siphon and defy gravity: the Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit is a bite-sized package that revolutionizes your brewery’s efficiency. Forget about lifting heavy kegs and carboys. This kit, complete with self-priming pump, tubing, and a racking cane, lets you simply flip a switch to move any liquid imaginable from one vessel to another. Sit back, relax, have a beer, and watch the magic happen.
We realize you won't be able to actually defy gravity, but this little pump has some incredible lifting abilities that allow you to send your beverages from the floor up to your awaiting vessel. Transfer from primary to secondary, conical to keg, carboy to barrel - the possibilities are endless!
- ⅜” barbed and threaded inlet/outlet connections with integrated locking tubing collars
- Max Flow: 1 GPM
- Suction Ability: 5 Feet
- In-line Switch
- 8 ft. Cord
- Max Lift: 150 Feet
- Food Safe Head
- Temp Rating: up to 140 degrees F
- Voltage: 12v (Adapter included)
- Weight: 3.25lb
- Integrated dampening mounting feet
Includes: Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump, 24” Racking Cane, and 10’ 5/16” ID Tubing. If you already have the racking cane and 10' of 5/16 tubing, just grab the Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump to complete your set up.
|Support Documents||Click here for documents|
This pump is great. I operate a small commercial brewery (1 to 2 bbl brews) ant this is great for transferring from fermenters to kegs. I may buy another one for my house!
Using the pump saves having to lift full vessels and cuts way down on time vs gravity feed racking
Works great, half the time of gravity feed.
Nice pump that works well. I've noticed the air bubbles on the output and deduced that it is the outgassing of CO2. I've used it to transfer from a fermenter to a keg and got a lot of bubbles, but no oxidation through the life of the keg. Might be better than purging keg with CO2? Oh, and my back feels better.
The pump works very well, though as others have said, it likes to dance around if you don't have it permanently mounted. I've found setting it on a cloth instead of a hard surface keeps it still. The real problem is the incredibly cheap tubing that comes with it. It is so hard that it is almost impossible to work with. I had to dip the ends into nearly boiling water in order to get them pliable enough to go over the inlet and outlet on the pump. Also, it's so inflexible that the end pops out of the liquid when you're pumping so it's a 2 person job every time you use it.