Diffusion Stone with 1/4 MFL Connection - 5 Microns

Model: 09D03-125
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  • Aerates wort before fermentation, helping to ensure a healthy start to the fermentation process
  • Made of durable and easy-to-clean stainless steel that will not crumble in your wort
  • Produces small bubbles that are ideal for the efficient absorption of gas into your wort
  • Also suitable for force carbonating beer inside of a keg
  • Features an in-line 1/4 MFL connection

Diffusion Stones, or "Air Stones", are commonly used to aerate wort before fermentation, which helps ensure a healthy start to the fermentation process. They can be attached to compressed oxygen tanks or air pumps, such as those used with aquariums. This "Stone" is made of stainless steel, so it's durable, easy-to-clean, and won't crumble in your wort after a few uses like other materials! The 5 micron stone produces small bubbles that are ideal for efficient absorption of the gas into your wort. It does take more pressure to force air through the smaller pores, which is not a problem when using compressed oxygen, but may not work well with lightly-powered air pumps.

The Diffusion Stone is also suitable for force carbonation of beer inside a keg, where the faster absorption of gas achieved by the small 5 micon pore size is a great advantage.

Recommendations for Use:
It's important to clean and sanitize diffusion stones thoroughly before each use, and it helps to clean the stone immediately after use as well. Boiling the stone for at least 5 minutes in clean water is the only reliable way to clean and sanitize it completely. It's important to make sure the air being fed into the stone is clean, to prevent contaminants from clogging the stone or infecting the wort. Ensure a clean air source or install an air filter. Avoid touching the porous surface of the stone to prevent any of the pores from becoming clogged.

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For the Diffusion Stone with 1/4 MFL Connection - 5 Microns Model:09D03-125 . How do you connect the 1/4" MFL fitting on the end to the gas dip tube?
by tiny33 on June 08, 2019
you will need to use a small piece of tubing to connect the gas tube to the diffusion stone with clamps at each sides connection point.
by Dave on June 11, 2019
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