Sure. There are countless micros and brewpubs using plate-and-frame filters exactly like the Buon Vino. The only difference is scale.
Decide how much polish you want. I wouldn't try to go sterile; a 5-micron pad set will get you excellent clarity, even though that's technically a rough polish.
It helps if the beer is fined before trying to filter it. The clearer the beer, the easier the filtration. Try gelatine and/or isinglass.
Cold-crash the beer. That also precipitates stuff that causes haze - and that's the stuff that'll clog your filter. The colder the beer, the easier the filtration.
Make sure you sanitize everything thoroughly. Your buddy should know how to do that.
Make sure you have extra pads on hand. If you clog halfway through the run, you'll need to replace the pads.
Purge the receiving keg with CO2 before pushing the filtered beer into it.
If you've started with cold beer, keep it cold. Makes carbonation a hell of a lot faster.
If you've got further questions, let me know.