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Buon Vino 6 Plate Super Jet Filter
FIL11

Buon Vino 6 Plate Super Jet Filter

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Due to high demand, this item is currently out of stock. Be the first to receive your items by placing a pre-order today. We will automatically ship this to you when we receive more inventory.
 
The Buon Vino 6-Pad Wine Filter offers twice the filtering capacity of the Buon Vino 3-pad wine filter.  One of the major bummers of filtering is when you are all set up and everything is flowing along nicely and then your filter clogs.  You have to stop your operation and change pads.  If you are homewinemaker filtering 60 or more gallons we recommend you step up to the Buon Vino 6 from the Buon Vino 3.

Filter package includes 8' of 1/2 ID tubing on the input side and 4' of 1/2" ID tubing on the output side. Input side includes sediment tip but we recommend our 1/2" Racking set up (R310 or R315). The output side comes with a hook for hanging to the side of the carboy. You may also want a racking cane (R373 or R376) on this output side so your receiving vessel fills from the bottom instead of the top (to reduce oxidation.)  
 
Technical Specifications:
  • Delf-priming pump
  • Filtering surface area of 2400 square cm
  • Filtering rate: Approximately 270L per Hour
  • 3 Grades of pads: coarse, polish, and sterilizing
  • Dimensions: 51 cm (length) x 26 cm (width) x 46 cm (height)
  • Weight: 14 kilograms
Prebook Item: Please note this item is not currently in stock, but is available for Pre-Order. We do require payment in full in order to reserve stock.
 
 
Item # FIL11
Weight 31 LBS
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good size for filtering a 50 gallon batch of wine
Crown Winery l on Mar 5, 2021
good size for filtering a 50 gallon batch of wine
Crown Winery l on Mar 5, 2021
Can you mix filter sizes?
Alexander A. Ayala on Apr 7, 2022
BEST ANSWER: Firstly, all the filter pads must be the same size - made for the Super jet filter (smaller pads are for the mini jet filter). You need to ensure all 3 (or more if you have the 6 plate model) pads are the same rating., i.e all should be coarse, or all medium or all fine. You do one pore suze, then change all pads to the next an filter again and so on.
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Rated 3 out of 5
Leaker
I thought it did a good job actually filtering, but as stated in many reviews, it leaks. It leaks a lot. Reading this might be a problem, I sat the unit in a storage bin. Glad I did, filtering 40 gallons, it leaked several gallons. It was tightened to the point I feared it breaking.... still leaked.
August 19, 2021
Purchased
1 year ago
Rated 5 out of 5
Very good.
I have used it twicw now to coarse filter over 250 gallons of red wine from a totes to barrels. Each took about 5 hours to complete but did so with only one set of filters. Much better flow than the three pad unit I've used before.
October 3, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago