396 GPH Submersible Pump + Recirculating Draft Line Cleaning Build

EcoPlus 728310 Eco 396 Submersible Pump, 396GPH

396 Gallon Per Hour/GPH Submersible Pump by EcoPlus.  396 Gallons per hour.  Included fittings: three-.75″ Barbed x .75″ Threaded, two-.5″ Barbed x .75″ Threaded and Nozzle x .75″ Threaded.  Pre-wired 69 inch 120v power cord.

I use a similar pump (although different) for a recirculating draft line cleaning setup.  Note that fittings sizes are different on this pump vs the one I use in that build.  Adjust accordingly  Another possible homebrewing application would be to set this up for use a part of a recirculating wort chiller setup.

Twitter Follower – connect with HBF on Twitter – Blaine Says… “That pump works great during wort chilling. A sink full of ice water pumped through the immersion wort chiller is fast.”

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3 thoughts on “396 GPH Submersible Pump + Recirculating Draft Line Cleaning Build

  1. Scott

    was this the post from the other article?

    Like the overall idea but I think a more elegant solution would be to use a 3/4″ MPT to 1/4″ FPT reducer (A) directly into the pump threads. Then into that would go a 1/4″ MPT keg post adapter (B), followed by a keg post (C).

    A) http://www.amazon.com/Schedule-PVC-Reducer-Bushing-MPT/dp/B005UR9V9E
    B) https://www.brewhardware.com/product_p/npttokegpost.htm?Click=6524
    C) https://www.brewhardware.com/product_p/ballpostliquid1932.htm?Click=6524

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  2. Jim

    I just put together this pump (396gph) and it runs perfectly fine with my 12′ 3/16″ ID lines. I’m honestly surprised that people are having issues, because it worked flawlessly for me. I followed the fitting guide from one of the commenters in the build article instead of doing the carbonation cap method, perhaps that’s part of the reason mine works.

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