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In-Line Sanitary Filter for Aeration Systems

$4.99

SKU# 41150

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Use as a microbiological air filter for aeration systems or keg hand pumps.

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$4.99

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In-Line Sanitary Filter for Aeration Systems

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  • In-Line Sanitary Filter for Aeration Systems
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Filters down to .023 micron with 99.99% efficiency. Use with 3/8" ID tubing (1/4" ID will also work). Can be used as a microbiological air filter for aeration systems, or keg hand pumps. This filter can also make sterile water for yeast starters, rehydrating dry yeast, or topping up.

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Works well!
I've had no issues with contamination. The only difficulty I had was getting the tube onto it but once I heated up the tube slightly I was able to wiggle it on.
January 21, 2016
sanitary filter
The short and sweet answer is need a reducer to adapt the filter to the smaller tubing coming out of most air pumps. Also if you are using the bubbler with wand ( which is great) than another reducer is required. Haven't purchased reducersyet but believe the filter will work great when I do.
May 1, 2016
Watch your sizes
I ordered this to put inline between my aquarium air pump with 1/4" barbs and the stainless airstone / wand I also purchased. The barbs on this are much larger than 1/4". The only way I could use this is if I get some couplers and larger tubing to go to the larger size for this and back to the smaller size for the wand.
November 23, 2015
In Line filter
Bought this a couple months ago, made all the adaptations to it and even went as far as buying tubing that would fit it. Long story short after assembling my set up with pump and everything it barely puts out a fizz from the wand. When you see demonstrations of this product using pure oxygen bottle it's not even close. I have yet to try the bottle method but disappointed I wasted my money and then some on this.
May 4, 2017
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4 months ago
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will the pores of the filter become clogged after several use?
A shopper on Jan 15, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My filter has not clogged yet after brewing ten + 10 gallon brews.
What's the max pressure rating or the recommended usage range?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I accidentally popped one at about 25psi, so less. I'd say 10 psi.
Is the plastic covering watertight? Is it ok to submerge this in Star-San and/or Wort?
L A on Sep 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: This filter can even filter water. It is watertight and can be submerged

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