Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit
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 diaphragm pump, tubing, and a premium stainless steel 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.
Transfer from primary to secondary, conical to keg, carboy to barrel - the possibilities are endless!
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.
- Barbed 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)
- Current range: 1.6A-3.0A
- Weight: 3.25lb
- Integrated dampening mounting feet
Includes: Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump, 24” Stainless Steel Racking Cane, and 10’ 5/16” ID Tubing
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Works great so far
New purchase, but racked 50+ gallons of cider in less than 2 hours. The pump siphons are troublesome- besides having to lift full jugs to a table top, the one-way valve at the bottom often doesn't work well and the pump seal leaks air. Fussing with the siphon can stir up the lees.
The electric pump: Turbulence in the pump causes carbon dioxide to bubble out of the cider, but that clears up rapidly and I don't think the loss is a problem.
Get the kit with the stainless suck-up rod. Just stuffing the outlet tube into a carboy is not so good- it wants to coil up and not go to the bottom. Get another stainless rod, or. as I did, just run the tube inside a 3/8 inch ID plastic water pipe to make it stay straight.
I'd give it 5 stars except I've not used it long so can't comment on the long term. It does look well made.
I'll never go back to the siphon.
Unboxed and followed set up directions, seems simple enough. Ran a few gallons of clean water without any issues. Plan on using it this weekend to transfer 10 gallons of beer to bottle.
My back is not so good. This pump is the ticket for that! I use this pump to transfer RO water from the basement to the garage for treatment. When done brewing I pump the wort to the basement to the fermenter. To keep from lifting the secondary fermenter I pump to it from the primary. When kegging I pump back up to the garage to the keg in my Keezer. The pump is self priming. If it could handle higher temps I would use it to move hot water from the brew pot to the mash tun and hot liquor tank. I bought a little hot water recirc pump for that. I clean and sanitize my hose before and after each use but will probably replace the hose every few months to keep it sanitary.
I've only used it a couple of times it works fine for me.