March Manufacturing 809 HS High Temp Pump
- kettle to primary
Looking at getting in to 10 gallon batches and have a few questions that a search didn't answer. With 5 gallon batches I would take my kettle and put it on a counter top and drain in to a carboy wi
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April 16, 2012 at 11:30 AM
Pros: It's a march, nuff said
Cons: Pricey and going higher all the time
Recommended? YesI decided gravity needed a little help so I bought a March and all the cam lock fittings to convert my whole sculpture. Total was just a shade over 200 bucks, OUCH. But ya gotta pay to play and that has been my largest expense so far and I am 99% done with a three tier fully equiped brew tower. It has RODI, a pressurized accumulator tan, moveable burners and a dump shelf for the MLT when it is spent. Build pics will follow.
March 19, 2012 at 01:01 PM
Pros: Easy transfers of hot water and wort.
Recommended? YesMy brew rig is probably different than others in that I use one pump to move liquor and wort all around the setup. My pump handles them all with ease. I have been able to stall the pump on occasion, but that is because of my setup and not the pump's fault.
August 4, 2011 at 11:15 AM
Pros: Perfect pump for this application.
Cons: Not self-priming.
Recommended? YesI added SS quick disconnects to make it even more perfect. Works fantastic - just make sure you have the vertical head to get the flow started and you'll no be disappointed.
December 1, 2010 at 01:54 PM
Pros: It works
Recommended? YesI use this pump to pump wort through my HERMS coil and also to pump from my BK through my plate chiller. Does what it is supposed to do and has never let me down.
September 25, 2010 at 10:47 AM
Pros: great for homebrewing
Cons: no self priming
Recommended? Yes809 HS -PL, love it