Wine Bottle Filler | Moplen | 3 Spout

Wine Bottle Filler | Moplen | 3 Spout

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Get the functionality of a 3 spout gravity filler for a fraction of the price.  These fillers are a great alternative to more expensive fillers, while still allowing you to bottle at a quick rate.  For a more robust model in Stainless Steel, see our WE602.

These 3 spout models have an internal float mechanism to keep the reservoir full.  3 individual nozzles allow for independent filling of bottles.

Item # WE603
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Availability California - In Stock
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Weight 15 LBS
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Bruce M on Jul 10, 2020
Bruce M on Jul 10, 2020
Good deal!
Frank G on Nov 25, 2019
Good deal!
Frank G on Nov 25, 2019
What is the best way to prime the siphons?
Nicola Helm on Aug 31, 2018
BEST ANSWER: When the wine reaches high enough, I prime with my mouth

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Rated 3 out of 5
Worth the price with some tweaking
Let me quality this by saying I've never used this type of filler before. Up to now I've used a single siphon and fill tube. However with 90 gallons to bottle and some spare cash I thought the price was worth a try. Overall the quality is good. I have some design issues though. I don't have a pump so I set my carboys on a counter and the filler on a bench below. The shut off took a bunch of fussing to get it set to fully close at a decent level above the fill tube inlets. The tube gaskets don't seal very well so you have to be quick at swapping bottles to limit waste. A bummer is the height of the tubes when they lose suction. More than 1/2 gallon left in the tank and no drain valve. I added a drain valve and at least I can fill a couple of last bottles that way. I learned the hard way that it drops bottles easily off the ledge so I plan to build it a shelf with a lower catch shelf just in case. It sure fills bottles faster than my old siphon - more than 3 X faster. In the end I'm happy cause it is a faster way to go for a reasonable price. I may not use it for whites again as the fill shutoff sputters and spits aerating the wine. I plan on trying to modify the float to have the tube end submerged. Hopefully that will help. Remember I don't have a pump so it may work a whole lot differently than with 2-3 ft oh head pressure.
September 30, 2015
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I've done some more tweaking and now it is a good investment. The ball float won't shutoff for more than a couple of feet head and adds a ton of air. I ran a piece of tubing through the filler spout from my pump. I added a small float switch to turn th pump on and off. By adjusting the switch and length of tube from the filler, I can keep the wine coming in from below surface level and thus from sucking air. Still have one spout that leaks but otherwise for the price, I'm happy. Just prepare for some McGivering.
December 22, 2017
John Yale