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 a self-priming diaphragm 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.
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.
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.
- 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 you
- Weight: 3.25lb
- Integrated dampening mounting feet
Includes: Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump, 24” Racking Cane, and 10’ 5/16” ID Tubing
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This was sent as a gift so I can't really say how it's working out.
No more lifting heavy carboys to rack or bottle my wine thanks to this gem! Works as described. Will transfer 6 gallons in a bout 4-5 minutes.
Hi there! A several month ago I bought a Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit. I consider it is a great purchase. I have already used it six times and never have any problem. All items are included in kit and all features are tru. Thanks for NB!
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This pump does exactly what it needs to do: transfers fluids from point A to point B. No fuss, no muss. Any pump can do that, but it's the self-priming feature that really makes it stand out. After years of lifting full kegs and slowly, carefully lowing them into my keezer, it's so great to start with an empty keg and let the pump fill it once inside.
For those complaining about oxygenation: try purging your lines of all bubbles before you hook up your (purged and sealed) keg. That should give you about as close to an oxygen-free transfer as a homebrewer can get.
My only complaint about this pump, and the reason I don't give it 5 stars, is that it's LOUD. Maybe I'm spoiled because every pump I've ever used has been virtually silent, but I was taken aback when I first turned this one on. It's not a huge deal if you're just using it to transfer five gallons, but if you were hoping to use it to set up a DIY Quickcarb where it'll run for an hour or more in your kitchen, it might be a problem.
Otherwise, great pump.