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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).

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Item # FIL40
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Weight 2LBS
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Juan Antonio Alanis C on Aug 22, 2018
cold filtering
Thomas L on Jun 9, 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
Casey D 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
Required by third-party product inspection for "stop fermentation" step.
RICHARD P A on Aug 16, 2018
Trying to clear the beer...too much particulate
Ryker H on Apr 19, 2018
Reviews

3.6 / 5.0
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Leaks under pressure no matter how tight the seal was
April 17, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Great for giving that extra shine to your beer
March 23, 2018
Purchased
8 months ago
Pretty good product, we have leak problems
We have a difficult time getting a good seal when screwing down the top. This results in leaks that get worse as the filter housing cools down from the cold beer, and then we have to tighten it again - usually it takes two people to get it tight enough. I am glad that I have the filter housing, filtering the beer is really valuable if kegs are going to events. But it is not as easy to use as I had hoped.
February 16, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Filter was too large for canister
Unfortunately the filter was too large for the container and it would not seal tight.
January 24, 2018
Purchased
10 months ago
Save your money!
I bought the filter in an attempt to ensure a clarity. But the o-ring did not/would not seal. There was more beer hitting the floor than was going to the keg. So I thought that maybe the .01 micron filter was a little much. So I started again with an .03 micron with the same results. I am truly disappointed!
April 17, 2017
Try Try Again...
The first try yielded a beer-drenched-kitchen and soaked hobbyist-brewer. The "O" ring that came with the filter was crimped when I opened the housing and I SHOULD HAVE been more cautious. Nonetheless I trudged ahead and the resulting bad-seal caused a shower of wort-laden brew all over the place.

I complained to Customer Service. They were great in responding with a sympathetic tone AND sending me TWO "O" rings! Long story short. I installed the ring, connected the two OUT ball locks and SLOWLY ramped up the pressure to push the sediment/liquid through the filter.

It worked great.
November 11, 2016
Great
People say they had leaking but I filtered 50 gallons of beer (5 - 10 gallon batches) in one day and never had an issue. Used 3 micron filters with all my beer.

Recommend it.
November 2, 2015
Good Filter
I've used this many times and have had very little issues. Still tinkering to use it as a hopback but for what it's meant for, it works great!
May 28, 2015
Good Filter
Used it for 3 batches. So far i feel the filter has improved each beer.
May 27, 2015
Good Product
I usually use it for filtering my ciders. However, with a carbon filter it serves a dual purpose. Chlorine and taste filtration :)
May 26, 2015