Home Brew Beer and Wine Plate Filter
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I don't brew for competition, so I'm selling because I'm not worried about perfect beer.
This is a plate filter that can be used with beer or wine to remove sediment and yeast for crystal clear pouring. Already has the ball lock ends on both ends for forcing from one Cornelius (corny) keg to a second keg. It also comes with 28 filters (good for 14 batches, you use two filters per batch) which is an additional $49 if you bought separately. It's the same as this unit from MoreBeer.com http://morebeer.com/products/beer-wine-plate-filter-kit.htmlFrom MoreBeer.com:Most breweries and wineries use a large plate filter system to achieve clear product. Now you can do the same at home with two corny kegs. Our Beer and Wine Plate Filter Kit has a larger surface area, which means more yeast and particulate extraction than our cartridge filter, and comes with our plate filter, two disposable filter pads, tubing, flare fittings, and two flare beverage ball locks. Each filtering session requires two pads at a time, and each pad must be the same micron to work. The beer or wine is pushed out of the keg and into the housing at 5 PSI, where it passes on either side of the filter housing, then gets forced from the center through the pads, where it is then pushed out into your clean keg. The rough sides of both filters should be facing each other on the inside of the filter, so the smooth sides face outward.Each filter pad set is good for approximately 5 gallons of beer when the beer has been filtered by the previous size pads or you are starting with the rough filters. These pads are not designed to be back flushed and reused and should be used in one session.Has been used once, I would recommend replacing the tubing as it's cheap to replace and it has been sitting for a long time. I don't brew for competition, so I'm selling because I'm not worried about perfect beer.For instructions, go to http://morebeer.com/images/file.php?file_id=1308
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