Eagle Brewing FE380 Aeration System

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The JGB Enterprises Aeration System is used instead of diffusing pure oxygen into your wort this system uses filtered air. The included air-pump pushes air through an inline sanitary filter which is then dispersed into the wort through out two micron threaded stainless steel diffusion stone. The advantage of an aeration system is that you never have to buy replacement oxygen tanks. The down side is that aeration takes longer than oxygenation. Because the atmosphere is only about 20% oxygen, the diffusion stone must be left running in the wort for approximately 30-120 minutes (go ever even 5 minutes of aeration is better than shaking the carboy). There is no concern of contamination during this period, however you do have to monitor the fermenter periodically for possibly over foaming. While you are brewing, this system can also be used to pre-fill fermenters with sanitary air. About the inline filters: There are two sides to the filter - an "in" and an "out". The direction you use doesn't matter, however, you want to take note of which way you first push air through it and always keep it that way. There is an arrow on the edge of the filter housing that we use to keep the air flow going one direction when using it. The filter should never get wet, so don't try to sanitize it by dunking it in sanitizer. If you want to clean the outside of it, use Alpet D2 (CL60). To store the filter, use a little tinfoil on the "In" of the filter and store in a zip-lock bag.

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3 comments on “Eagle Brewing FE380 Aeration System”

  1. Make a better one DIY. Works just fine but the hose from the filter to the stone is so stiff, and it comes packaged wound up, that its not very useful for getting it where you want it to stay in the bottom of your fermenter.

  2. It works as expected. The hose is hard to ... It works as expected. The hose is hard to straighten to bend to dip deeper into the wort in my conical. But overall it worked as described.

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