Transfer Quick Pump Connector Kit
Faster to set up than a silver bullet. Helps your beer leap tall brew rigs in a single bound. This is the pump connector kit that you need in order to take your brew pump to the next level. Everything you need to make your brewing pump quick to set up and quick to take apart on brew day so that you can get back to what is really important - drinking...um, we mean brewing.
Works with Steelhead Pumps, March Pump 809, March Pump 815, Chugger Pump, or any other brew pumps with 1/2 NPT threaded inlets and outlets.
Cut the included tubing to the custom lengths you need for transferring hot wort between your all grain equipment or brew kettles. Female Disconnects on the tubing ensure easier operation of the disconnect itself, preventing burns from hot equipment.
Many don't realize you can control the flow of a magnetic-drive pump from the outlet. The stainless ball valve allows for precise flow control during a sparge or while filling your fermenter, without the need to invest in an expensive variable-speed pump. You can even cut the flow entirely while leaving the pump running. That way the pump doesn't lose its prime.
The easiest way to get your new brewing pump setup.
- Male Stainless Quick Disconnect x Male 1/2" NPT
- Female Stainless Quick Disconnect x 1/2" Barb
- Male Stainless Quick Disconnect x Female 1/2" NPT
- Worm Gear Clamp #2 stainless 1/4" - 7/8" OD
- Teflon Pipe Thread Tape - 30"
- Ball Valve Stainless 1/2"
- 1/2" ID Thermoplastic Tubing - 9 ft
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My connections came with no O-rings. Had leaks everywhere. Luckily it was just a 15 drive to a hardware store and 4 bucks for the O-rings, but I thought it was odd there were none installed.
Essential equipment when you upgrade to a pump. all the fittings and hose needed to make the minimum required connections. Highly recommended!!
it used to come with longer hoses
The quick disconnect kit allows for quick setup of wort chilling and it can be used to transfer the chilled wort into the fermenter.
Works amazingly- so glad I have it in my brewhouse