Blow Siphon with Push Tap

Blow Siphon with Push Tap

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An Italian style, easy-to-use siphon that works with demi-johns and other vessels.  Blow into the small tube to pressurize your vessel and start the flow of liquid.  This siphon features a push tap at the output end which allows for quick on and off flow control. The bung is tapered to allow for use with multiple vessels.  This will work with neck openings from 1.25 - 3" Diameter.  Has a 4 ft long 1/2" diameter tubing coming off the top.  Extendable racking cane can reach 31.5" deep.

Push tap can easily be removed if not needed for your application.  



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Item # R520
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Weight 0.40LBS
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The push trap aerates the beer during transfer
Unfortunately, the push tap draws in air when it is open. Therefore, large volumes of air get mixed with the beer during transfer. I was unable to find a position where this did not happen. The tap also leaks when stopping/starting. As I have no desire to aerate my beer during packaging, this racking system is pretty much useless to me. Bummer that I tried it with a nice heavily dry hopped IPA...

The stopper does fit nicely into Speidel fermenters and I was able to generate a strong siphon with less effort than using my other sterile blow siphon. Unfortunately, the stopper is too big to fit into a standard glass carboy top.

The siphon came without instructions, but it was quite easy to figure it out. Unless I am missing something about the push tap, I strongly recommend never trying this siphon or the related products that are offered.
April 29, 2015