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Beer and Wine Filtering Kit (10")
FIL40

Beer and Wine Filtering Kit (10")

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Description

This cartridge filter is designed to be installed inline between two ball lock Cornelius kegs. The design uses Argon or Nitrogen gas pressure to push wine out of the full keg, through the filter and into the clean keg.


This kit includes a cartridge to filter out particles down to 1 micron in size, which is considered a "fine" or "polish" filtration. This is a fine place to start if your wine is already naturally very clear from successive rackings, or you have pre-fined the wine. If you do not wish to wait for racking to be effective or to pre-fine the wine ahead of filtration, MoreWine! suggests that you start with either our 5 micron or 3 micron cartridge and put the wine through successively finer filter media until you reach your desired level of clarity.

The Beer and Wine Filtering Kit comes with one 10" filter housing, a 1 micron 10" spun poly sediment filter, fittings for connection to the filter housing, 3' of beverage line, clamps, and two beverage out ball lock quick disconnects.

Spun-polypropylene filters are disposable filters and cannot be effectively cleaned for reuse. However, you can filter multiple kegs with one filter cartridge. Most customers report being able to filter 10-15 gallons of product, however you should be aware that your results will vary depending on the cloudiness of your beer or wine. 5-10 micron is considered rough filtration, 3 micron will remove most yeast, and 1 micron filtration will remove almost all yeast. All filters are rated nominal (will filter out 80-85% of matter at given rating).

 
Item # FIL40
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Availability California - Out Of Stock
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Weight 2 LBS
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Need a pressurized filtering setup to work with my Grainfather fermenters.
Ron Wellman on May 3, 2021
because I need it
ARMANDO F on Apr 8, 2021
Need a pressurized filtering setup to work with my Grainfather fermenters.
Ron Wellman on May 3, 2021
Suggested by a friend
GREGORY B on Apr 17, 2021
because I need it
ARMANDO F on Apr 8, 2021
To filter my beer
Scott S on Apr 5, 2021
For my next phase of filtering my wine, its an enclosed filter housing.
Vincenzo L on Apr 1, 2021
Because it is ready made for the exact job instead of buying something else and rigging for that job.
Michael M on Apr 1, 2021
Demand
Elmer C on Feb 25, 2021
To filter beer
Andrew R on Feb 23, 2021
I need to filter some beer
Ben H on Jan 16, 2021
Filter my beer.
Dwaine M on Dec 14, 2020
I want to improve the clarity of my beer
Vielka Garcia Pty 4 on Dec 4, 2020
No need to find parts to put together. Wish they had pin lock connectors
Muddy on Nov 18, 2020
plastic fittings and pressure relief valve
Trent F on Aug 26, 2020
Reviews and need to clarify beer
Kenneth M M on Aug 26, 2020
filter beer & seltzer
steve geer on Aug 24, 2020
Clear out the sediment
Darrell G on Aug 23, 2020
To filter beer
Niky on Aug 4, 2020
Price
Peter Novota on Jun 16, 2020
To filter the wine into the bottles
Carole R N on Jun 10, 2020
ease of use
scott h on May 14, 2020
Looks to be the best on the market for home brewing without breaking the bank.
Jerry on May 14, 2020
it is easy to find filter
Marc F on Jan 23, 2020
We are looking for a filter system that will filter essential Oil
Jolene W on Jan 23, 2020
to improve beer clarity
Santiago P on Oct 21, 2019
treating myself
Charles B on Sep 10, 2019
Previous one seems to function and required a second stage to filter.
Benjamin D L on Jul 25, 2019
quick and easy to filter wine
Steven B on Jul 11, 2019
I've been looking into this kind of filtering for a while and this looks like a quality setup at a great price. I'm excited to use it.
Brandon N on Jun 22, 2019
Best price
Richard I on May 3, 2019
I'm hoping it's the proper canister for the filters I ordered
james p on Apr 25, 2019
Hoping to get that clean, sparkly beer
Christopher Taylor on Apr 12, 2019
Saw it demonstrated on you tube
Richard T A on Mar 14, 2019
I wanted to make a clearer beer without waiting forever.
Leonid U on Feb 2, 2019
I want to use a filter of .045 in front of my bottle filler
Joseph Guglielmucci on Jan 28, 2019
Son wants it
Angelica T on Jan 21, 2019
tired of cardboard tasting beer.....
chad p on Jan 9, 2019
Filter mead
Leo K on Dec 24, 2018
I was recommended
Juan Antonio Alanis C on Aug 22, 2018
Required by third-party product inspection for "stop fermentation" step.
RICHARD P A on Aug 16, 2018
cold filtering
Thomas L on Jun 9, 2018
Trying to clear the beer...too much particulate
Ryker H on Apr 19, 2018
Wanted a way to filter beer between fermenter and serving keg
Eric D on Mar 30, 2018
to filter beer after adding fruit puree for flavoring
homebrewAF on Mar 16, 2018
Making kolsch wanted to filter it
Michael P on Jan 24, 2018
To filter my home brew
Caroll S on Jan 15, 2018
Suggested by a friend
GREGORY B on Apr 17, 2021
To filter my beer
Scott S on Apr 5, 2021
would this resist to pressure of the pump? I need to pump the beer to the keg and filter at the same time?
david Vepkhvadze on May 13, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The unit, if properly assembled, will withstand the pressure. The weak point would be the hose from the pump to the filter. As the filtering progresses, the filter material will become clogged increasing back pressure. If your hose isn’t secured tightly, expect a blowout.
Do you need to sanitize or rinse the filter before using it on beer or braggot?
Kenneth Hesser on May 6, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Sanitize the housing and tubes. When using a fresh filter, no need to sanitized. Just unwrap carefully with clan hands and install in housing. Works great!
I need new orings, but the only ones on the Morebeer site are for the water filter. I bought them and the beer filter leaks badly so they must not work with this beer filter. Where can I buy the orings for this unit.?
Gordon Lowe on Mar 24, 2021
BEST ANSWER: The o-rings are the same overall diameter. Some people have success with adding an additional o-ring when using a beer filter. Otherwise if you tighten the lid down very hard you should be able to achieve the compression necessary to avoid leaks. We apologize for any inconvenience and trouble. Cheers!
Reviews

3.8 / 5.0
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Rated 4 out of 5
filters well
filters our cider well but does potentially introduce oxygen into the transfer. hard to get the counter pressure accurate so that the transfer does not bubble within the filter housing.
May 13, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
Replace the barbed fittings
Mine had considerable leakage at the threads of the plastic barb fittings on the lid. The barbs themselves are flimsy and too narrow for the tubing. If you order this filter kit make sure to get two stainless 1/2" NPT 3/8" barb fittings to replace the plastic ones with.
April 6, 2021
Rated 5 out of 5
No leaks
Works great. I bought a cheaper one that leaked. This one comes with an o ring and doesn’t leak at all.
December 8, 2020
Purchased
7 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Great product, Thanks
This kit workers great. Crystal clear beer
November 9, 2020
Purchased
8 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Worked great
The red button didn't immediately purge the bubbles, so there was a bit of a mess until it cleared. After that it worked fine. Not sure why the directions say to keep the destination keg relief valve closed. If you leave it open the flow continues without having to continually release it.
August 14, 2020
Purchased
11 months ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Filter
Works great, glad that i bought this.
June 23, 2020
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Rated 4 out of 5
The filter unit itself worked very well. Pleased with the ease of use.
May 27, 2020
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 1 out of 5
poor engineering: leaks
Next to impossible to tighten enough to prevent leaking around the O ring. Even more challenging to loosen the lid if you do get it tight enough...very poorly engineered. Needs handles for leverage, or a better O ring assembly
September 20, 2019
Response from MoreFlavor
Thank you so much for your feedback. We are sorry about your experience. We try very hard to create the best experience for our customers and provide quality products. We really appreciate the honesty and value great feedback like this as it helps us improve our products. Cheers!
May 24, 2020
Malcolm lieban
Rated 3 out of 5
Gets rid of yeast for sure but not sparkling beer
I'm not saying this is a bad product because it does work it gets the yeast out of beer which does make it more pleasing to look at but if you're expecting to get sparkling clear beer like the commercial brewery's I would look somewhere else I've ran thru a five micron and then a one micron and it's still not even close to as clear as what you get from a commercial brewery but it does work That's just my two cents
August 27, 2019
Rated 4 out of 5
Check all connections before use
Would have been a 5 rating but I did not check the connections before I put it to use and had product everywhere because one of the clamps was not ratcheted down all the way.
January 15, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago