Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit

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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.

Specs:

  • Barbed threaded inlet/outlet connections with integrated locking tubing collars
  • Max Flow: 1 GPM
  • Self-Priming
  • 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
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  • 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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SKU

42695

Customer Reviews

Based on 167 reviews
78%
(131)
10%
(17)
5%
(9)
1%
(1)
5%
(9)
P
Patton M.
Antigravity pump

Works great and makes transfers much easier. Clean up isn't too tough either.

j
joe
Works great

I have a bigger transfer pump this one is smaller and easier to handle. I tie it at the top of the carboy I am transferring from. Flush with sulfite water when done won't pump debris keep it out of wood chips.it can be carefully taken apart if necessary and cleaned....

W
Wesley W.
Pump - no surprises, it's as advertised (if you read the specs)

Well, it works as well as, or a bit better than, something at this price range usually does I've had lots worse, that is certain.

It has issues with solids, even small and soft solids such as yeast barm, but with a little practice (and a lot of patience, and a bit of wasting the last dozen centimeters of the fermentation vessel), you can get most of the liquid transferred.

DON'T try it on anything with seeds, as in blackberry or the like. You won't enjoy cleaning the impeller chamber ("screwdrivers are us") to get them out of there. The pump will still run, and fairly well all things considered, but there are places in the impeller which will trap small seeds and other particles, and no amount of Star-San and flushing will remove them. You're down to taking it apart and hoping like the dickens that you can get it to seal when you put it back together again. Took two tries, but I managed it. Yecch. Blackberry wine. Done for a friend with more blackberry canes than he has good sense. I got it all cleaned out and sealed finally, but I won't EVER do that again.

If you use this thing for innocuous stuff without a lot of solid matter in it, below about 70C (160F?), you will probably be very satisfied. Above that temperature expect a lot of cavitation and significantly lower throughput.

Cooled wort / must, no problem (caveat solids, see above). I think this is in the specifications on the sales site, so it isn't a surprise, or shouldn't be. Not a complaint, just a heads-up, read the specs.

Like I said, cheap pump, cheap results. I'm saving up for a pump rated for a bit more robust conditions. Hot wort, for one thing. Fewer spots for solids to "linger," for another. It will cost me quite a bit more, but I'm patient and will save up a few shekels per month toward it.

C
Customer

Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit

p
paul
Real handy tool

The transfer pump is great! It's easy to set up and operate. No more lifting heavy fermenters so you can siphon from them. I don't know how I got along without it!!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 167 reviews
78%
(131)
10%
(17)
5%
(9)
1%
(1)
5%
(9)
P
Patton M.
Antigravity pump

Works great and makes transfers much easier. Clean up isn't too tough either.

j
joe
Works great

I have a bigger transfer pump this one is smaller and easier to handle. I tie it at the top of the carboy I am transferring from. Flush with sulfite water when done won't pump debris keep it out of wood chips.it can be carefully taken apart if necessary and cleaned....

W
Wesley W.
Pump - no surprises, it's as advertised (if you read the specs)

Well, it works as well as, or a bit better than, something at this price range usually does I've had lots worse, that is certain.

It has issues with solids, even small and soft solids such as yeast barm, but with a little practice (and a lot of patience, and a bit of wasting the last dozen centimeters of the fermentation vessel), you can get most of the liquid transferred.

DON'T try it on anything with seeds, as in blackberry or the like. You won't enjoy cleaning the impeller chamber ("screwdrivers are us") to get them out of there. The pump will still run, and fairly well all things considered, but there are places in the impeller which will trap small seeds and other particles, and no amount of Star-San and flushing will remove them. You're down to taking it apart and hoping like the dickens that you can get it to seal when you put it back together again. Took two tries, but I managed it. Yecch. Blackberry wine. Done for a friend with more blackberry canes than he has good sense. I got it all cleaned out and sealed finally, but I won't EVER do that again.

If you use this thing for innocuous stuff without a lot of solid matter in it, below about 70C (160F?), you will probably be very satisfied. Above that temperature expect a lot of cavitation and significantly lower throughput.

Cooled wort / must, no problem (caveat solids, see above). I think this is in the specifications on the sales site, so it isn't a surprise, or shouldn't be. Not a complaint, just a heads-up, read the specs.

Like I said, cheap pump, cheap results. I'm saving up for a pump rated for a bit more robust conditions. Hot wort, for one thing. Fewer spots for solids to "linger," for another. It will cost me quite a bit more, but I'm patient and will save up a few shekels per month toward it.

C
Customer

Anti-Gravity Transfer Pump Kit

p
paul
Real handy tool

The transfer pump is great! It's easy to set up and operate. No more lifting heavy fermenters so you can siphon from them. I don't know how I got along without it!!