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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter Pad #3 (Fine)

Buon Vino Super Jet Filter Pad #3 (Fine)
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Model number: BVSJF3
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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter Pad #3 (Fine); package of 3

Buon Vino filters use a 3 grade pad system. The #3 Fine pads (0.5 micron) are finishing and sterilizing pads and these are very tight pads that remove very small particulate in your wine.  We strongly recommend that you filter with the #2 pad first before filtering with the #3 pads and that #3 pads be used to filter your wine before bottling. 

NOTE: We recommend that potassium sorbate be used if you will be bottling wine with residual sugar to prevent the possibility of unwanted secondary fermentation in the bottle.

Each package comes with 3 pads. Do Not Mix Filter Pad Types. All Filter Pads inserted into the Buon Vino Filter Machine for any filtering pass MUST be of the same grade for effective filtering, When the gauge pressure reads 10 psi, the filter pads should be changed. Pads are not reusable and should be discarded after initial use.

Only genuine Buon Vino pads should be used with the Buon Vino filter units. Using other pads may produce poor results, may damage the unit, and may void the warranty.

Download the Buon Vino Super Jet instruction manual for detailed instructions on proper set-up, use, and care of the filter unit and pads. These instructions should be read carefully and followed for best results.

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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter Pad #3 (Fine)
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Buon Vino Super Jet Filter Pad #3 (Fine)
I have tried several small batch (5-30 gal) wine filter systems over the years. They each had their drawbacks (slow, messy, manual syphon, not very precise). Once I saw the Buon Vino system I was hooked. It looked like and functioned like a real multi-plate wine filter system. It performs better than any other small batch filtering system I have seen or read about.

I have been using my Buon Vino filter for 25 years (at an avg. of 100 gal per year) now without any troubles.

For a dry barrel aged red I use the Number 2 filter and the wine is perfect. I can get up to 30 gal per set of filter pads.

For a dry wood chip aged white with a fining agent the filter pads may get clogged after 15-20 gal.

For my semi-sweet white wines I use the number 3 pads for crystal clear wines. I can get 20-25 gal per set of pads.