Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump

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The Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump is the ultimate tool for moving any and all liquids. Eliminate the back-breaking work of lifting heavy kegs, carboys, and coolers, simply by hooking up this new self-priming pump and flipping a switch. Chill out and drink a beer while your homebrew transfers smoothly from one vessel to another - the diaphragm pump does all the work.

Transfer from primary to secondary, conical to keg, carboy to barrel… the possibilities are endless!

We recommend using with 5/16” tubing.

Note: This does not include tubing or racking cane, check out the Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit for a complete transfer kit solution.

Specs:

  • Barbed threaded inlet/outlet connections with integrated locking tubing collars
  • Max Flow: 1 Gallon Per Minute (GPM)
  • Self-Priming
  • Suction Ability: 5 Feet
  • Max Lift: 150 Feet
  • Food Safe Head
  • Temp Rating: up to 140 degrees F (Intended for cold-side transfers only)
  • 8 ft. Power Cord
  • In-line On/Off Switch
  • Voltage: 12v (Adapter included)
  • Current range: 1.6A-3.0A
  • Weight: 2lbs
  • Integrated vibration dampening mounting feet

Additional information

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SKU

43182

Customer Reviews

Based on 177 reviews
76%
(134)
15%
(27)
7%
(12)
1%
(2)
1%
(2)
K
Kenny L.
Solved my problem

Lifting five gallon bottles of water into a mash tun six ft above ground got old. This consistently lifts the water better than a chugged pump.

J
Joe F.
great little pump

I have used this pump for transferring beer and wine and for bottling wine. It is fast and easy to use.

J
J.F.
Just an okay pump due to maintenance needs.

I've moved probably 300 gallons of beverages through this pump. Mostly wine. Been in continuous service since 2020. I got my money's worth. I'm moving to a vacuum pump.

The good: this thing works, it's self priming. Hasn't overheated. Definitely great for transfers. Cheaper than a vacuum pump by 3-5x for an entry level wine model.

The bad: God forbid you ever get any particulate whatsoever in this thing. It will lose the ability to pull vacuum and pump. I'm talking ANYTHING whatsoever. The only way to clear it is to take it apart. Inside is the most insanely complex pump head I have ever rebuilt. 16 springs and four floating bobs, four collars, two custom molded silicone inserts, 10 screws. It can still get fouled with a pre-filter attached (shocked one isn't sold with the kit). It's at least an hour to rebuilt it. You will never get this thing adequately clean, and you can't thermally clean it, so I would never put beer through it if you are at all concerned with infection. The thing is basically a mechanical watch with liquid flowing through it.

Also not great: the switch body was ****, about a year into use the connections failed inside the switch. I had to open it up and re-solder the contacts myself, the cable should be better de-tensioned at this price.

So, if you balk at the price of a wine vacuum pump this can be a gateway drug that will last you a year or two, and for what it's worth, you'll likely get your money's worth out of it.. If you are serious buy a vacuum or pressure transfer setup and skip this weird middling device.

B
Bob L.
Changed brew day, transfer day and kegging day

No lifting = less agitation * clearer beer + less stress. Faster than gravity. I also use it to circulate One Step through my counterflow chiller as part of brew day cleanup. To quote another review - "Why did I wait to get this?"

R
Randall S.
Pump that works

The transfer pump works terrific, this was a replacement from one I bought 5 years ago and that one serves me very well until that all of a sudden stopped working, but very good for 5 years so it's a good piece of equipment.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 177 reviews
76%
(134)
15%
(27)
7%
(12)
1%
(2)
1%
(2)
K
Kenny L.
Solved my problem

Lifting five gallon bottles of water into a mash tun six ft above ground got old. This consistently lifts the water better than a chugged pump.

J
Joe F.
great little pump

I have used this pump for transferring beer and wine and for bottling wine. It is fast and easy to use.

J
J.F.
Just an okay pump due to maintenance needs.

I've moved probably 300 gallons of beverages through this pump. Mostly wine. Been in continuous service since 2020. I got my money's worth. I'm moving to a vacuum pump.

The good: this thing works, it's self priming. Hasn't overheated. Definitely great for transfers. Cheaper than a vacuum pump by 3-5x for an entry level wine model.

The bad: God forbid you ever get any particulate whatsoever in this thing. It will lose the ability to pull vacuum and pump. I'm talking ANYTHING whatsoever. The only way to clear it is to take it apart. Inside is the most insanely complex pump head I have ever rebuilt. 16 springs and four floating bobs, four collars, two custom molded silicone inserts, 10 screws. It can still get fouled with a pre-filter attached (shocked one isn't sold with the kit). It's at least an hour to rebuilt it. You will never get this thing adequately clean, and you can't thermally clean it, so I would never put beer through it if you are at all concerned with infection. The thing is basically a mechanical watch with liquid flowing through it.

Also not great: the switch body was ****, about a year into use the connections failed inside the switch. I had to open it up and re-solder the contacts myself, the cable should be better de-tensioned at this price.

So, if you balk at the price of a wine vacuum pump this can be a gateway drug that will last you a year or two, and for what it's worth, you'll likely get your money's worth out of it.. If you are serious buy a vacuum or pressure transfer setup and skip this weird middling device.

B
Bob L.
Changed brew day, transfer day and kegging day

No lifting = less agitation * clearer beer + less stress. Faster than gravity. I also use it to circulate One Step through my counterflow chiller as part of brew day cleanup. To quote another review - "Why did I wait to get this?"

R
Randall S.
Pump that works

The transfer pump works terrific, this was a replacement from one I bought 5 years ago and that one serves me very well until that all of a sudden stopped working, but very good for 5 years so it's a good piece of equipment.