Fermtech Autosiphon

Fermtech Autosiphon - Indiana Red -
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One stroke of the racking cane/piston assembly will start a siphon when immersed in as little as six inches of beer or wine; less than six inches may require a second stroke. Includes a removeable diverter piece (essentially a big racking tube tip) to minimize sediment pickup.
Plastic; can be disassembled for cleaning and sanitizing.

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REVIEWS(54 Total Reviews)  Add A Review

    5 of 5 | August 15, 2006 at 08:59 PM

    Price: $11.00

    Pros: Ease of use, Function,

    Cons: Plastic

    Recommended? Yes

    I used mine the first time last week. Talk about brain dead simple. It Rocks!
    5 of 5 | August 13, 2006 at 06:49 PM

    Price: $0.00

    Pros: multi-function, ease of use, inexpensive

    Cons: trub cap fits loosely

    Recommended? Yes

    An autosiphon makes siphoning as simple and troublefree as possible. Even if the siphon is accidentally stopped starting it again is a breeze. In addition this can be used as a 'wine thief' to snag a sample of your brew (even out of a half full carboy) for testing purposes.
    4 of 5 | August 13, 2006 at 02:58 PM

    Price: $12.00

    Pros: Easy siphoning, worth the 12 bucks!

    Cons: Hard to clean hop leaves from inlet valve.

    Recommended? Yes

    Saves a lot of hassle when siphoning beer. I also use it to pump sanitizer through racking hoses for cleaning purposes. I have used it in water up to 170 degrees with no issues.

    If you are siphoning beer with a lot of hop leaves, use a hop screen or grain bag tied over the inlet to prevent cloggage and difficulty cleaning.
    4 of 5 | August 12, 2006 at 04:31 PM

    Price: $12.00

    Pros: Simple and quick to use

    Cons: Quality of product

    Recommended? Yes

    Easy to use, easy to sanitize etc. Dismantling is simple as well, but now that I have hd mine apart several times to clean it and just to figure out how it works, the bottom tip does not click back on as firmly as it did when new. I am afraid it's going to pop off the next time I use it.
    A handy tool and a good time saver.
    Reccomended, esp for realative HB noobs.