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The OxyWand™ 0.5 Micron
FE392
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The Oxywand can be used during red wine fermentations to help promote yeast health while simultaneously reducing undesireable sulphur based compounds. The OxyWand™ comes with the 24" stainless wand with turned end, a .5 micron diffusion stone, and the nut / washer required to connect the two. The assembly is 26" long and will easily reach the bottom of glass carboys, dropped into stainless conicals, Speidel fermenters, etc. 

To learn more read our MoreManual called Oxygen & Fermentation available on our website. For kit winemaking the Oxywand can also be used to degas wine by pumping in nitrogen to strip out excess CO2 left in solution.

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Weight 0.35LBS
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Long enough to reach the bottom of my conical
Steve G on May 28, 2018
Long enough to reach the bottom of my conical
Steve G on May 28, 2018
i need one
Keith H on Jan 30, 2018
i need one
Keith H on Jan 30, 2018
Do I need to buyanything else? If I get the O2 tank at a hardware store will this connect to it or do I need to buy connectors etc?
Christopher Howe on Mar 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Yes--you need a regulator for the oxygen bottle and tubing to connect the regulator to the wand. There are many kinds of regulators, a typical one is something like this: https://www.morebeer.com/products/oxygen-regulator.html If you want to see other options, go here: https://www.morebeer.com/category/wort-oxygenation-aeration.html
Oxygen Regulator - For Disposable Tanks w/Barb
Oxygen Regulator - For Disposable Tanks w/Barb
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It's OK, but very restrictive.
This item works ok as long as you're connecting it to a large O2 cylinder; it doesn't works well at all when using it with the small O2 cylinders and the screw on regulator. They don't produce enough pressure to really drive the O2 through the stone.
February 3, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
Good
Good thing to use to get your stuff the oxygen it needs.
January 30, 2018
Purchased
7 months ago
not right...
This is the only item that I've purchased from MoreBeer that is poor quality. The flair on the tube is just not right. Any small bump causes O2 to leak from the MFL or the stone just falls off. It's also very difficulty to put the stone back on once you take it off.

Lastly, threads are a big problem, but without taking the O2 hose off you can't clean the nut on the bottom. And if I have to take the O2 hose off, it would be just as easy to boil the entire wand and you don't need threads.

Good idea, but it needs some refinement.
April 26, 2016
a useful and well-made device
this is another well-made MoreBeer product. It solved 2 problems I frequently encountered: detaching the aeration stone so that I can confidently sanitize it, and letting me confidently get the stone to the bottom of the fermentation vessel. When I used a vinyl hose, I was never quite sure if it was at the bottom. A nice plus is that the stainless steel tube holding the stone is easier to clean than a vinyl tube.
October 11, 2015
Convenient; easy to sanitize
This is the 3rd gizmo I've had to oxygenate wort and I like it the best. I had the prior MoreBeer wand, but the head wasn't really designed for easy removal (although you could remove it). I also had an inline oxygenation setup, which would oxygenate the wort after it was pumped through my plate chiller. It worked fine, but was more hassle to set up, clean and use. This improved wand is the best of all worlds, because it's easy to use and also to sanitize. Plus -- versus an inline oxygenation setup -- you can use it in the fermenter after the fermentation has started (like within the first 24 hours for a wort and a little longer than that for mead).

I use it for worts with an OG over about 1.065, which is most of what I brew. I'd definitely recommend it for high-gravity worts.
May 6, 2015