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Complete kit springer BM20/50 hole height 50mm
Out of production, last pieces
See the NEW VERSION
The Springer filter is longer 150cm. Everyone will have to cut it to the right length through a normal cutter.
In attachments instructions for mounting and cut springer
In attacchments the instructions for a correct use of springer
The filter Springer length 150 cm included
With this special joint is possible insert a Springer in a Braumeister BM20 without having to make any changes to your Braumeister and without disturbing the malt pipe.
Thanks to this joint besides getting an optimal filtration of coarse particles which escape the basket or malt pipe you have the great advantage to extract ALL the wort.
Output height at which you place the faucet makes 4.8 liters of must not escape if not tilting the BM. The tilt though because the exit of the rough parts, and defeats the deposit.
Thanks to how it's built the special fitting ALL the wort be sucked without tilting the tank.
The special siding is constructed completely in stainless steel AISI 316 and the article also includes the cap consists of all parts in stainless steel A2
The following photo is relative to all the pieces that make up the join, spare o-rings and gasket included
The design of this joint and the fact that it can be removed makes its cleaning and sanitising very easy.
All the gaskets are Food Grade Certified (including the red O-ring and top gasket) so they won’t release noxious substances and they are effective at 200 °C (set with quick peaks of 250 °C)
New version Complete kit for springer filter in a Braumeister BM20 / 50 with hole height 60mm from the bottom
New version Complete kit for springer filter in a Braumeister BM20 / 50 with hole height 50mm from the bottom
Impossible to cut the spring
The product is of high quality and looks even better in reality than on pictures. It fits perfectly on my Braumeister 20L+ . It leaves 2.1L of wort in my Braumeister 20L which is better than 4.8L when used without the springer.
The problem with the springer is that you have to cut it yourself. It was impossible to cut, I destroyed my first pliers and when using a larger pliers I injured my hand and could not even make a dent. I found a video on youtube where a blow torch was used. I tried the blow torch approach several times, but the spring could not be cut off, probably due to not enough heat. I decided to make a last try with the torch and this time it broke when cooled down and bent, so I guess it became brittle.
Unfortunately my springer was bent due to my unsuccessful cutting with pliers, so it does not filter particles as good as perfect springer would, and therefore i can not evaluate how good it filters particles.
If it wasn't for the problem cutting the springer, it would probably get a five star rating.
Hello. As you can see from the video and the instructions attached to the product, cutting a springer is very simple, obviously you need a steel cutter. Using a flame is the worst that can be done for the deformation of the coils.
Tried this for the first time yesterday. Perfect. 1.5 meter drop to mag pump. Recirculated at end of boil for a couple of mins. Wort crystal clear. Then transferred to FV. Best wort I've ever had with Braumeister. Not tried it with just siphon but with mag pump to pump to FV - flawless. Just make sure you order the correct size. 50mm or 60mm to centre of hole from bottom of pot. My 20 litre Braumeister is 50mm version but presume not all the same.