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the filter does not attach to the funnel. it does just just sit in the base.
I purchased this item for filtering milk from our goats. I like the funnel itself, very sturdy, sits well and remains stable in any size jar. I actually added a second filter, to create a double filter. I got another stainless steel filter wi… see more
the filter does not attach to the funnel. it does just just sit in the base.
I purchased this item for filtering milk from our goats. I like the funnel itself, very sturdy, sits well and remains stable in any size jar. I actually added a second filter, to create a double filter. I got another stainless steel filter with a handle and a little peice tthat allows it to hang on the edges of a small pot. I bent the handle down, so it is out of the way. Then I place this one into the funnel. It hangs perfectly, filters, and breaks up the force of the milk being poured through, there by preventing the milk from moving the smaller filter in the lower portion of the filter. I love this filter/funnel set because I was able to actually improve the design and now double filter the milk all at once! see less

By Nistha on December 12, 2014
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The Kuchenpro 18/10 Stainless Steel Funnel with Filter fits into an Ocean Spray 3 liter Cranberry Juice container and has an added white handle, to boot for easy handling. For reusable oil, a paper towel inside the funnel and held in place by the filter is a good idea. For other cooking oil like for fish seared over … see more The Kuchenpro 18/10 Stainless Steel Funnel with Filter fits into an Ocean Spray 3 liter Cranberry Juice container and has an added white handle, to boot for easy handling. For reusable oil, a paper towel inside the funnel and held in place by the filter is a good idea. For other cooking oil like for fish seared over a gas grill grate in a cast iron skillet, I use a separate O.S. 3 liter bottle. see less
By Boomer on May 1, 2013
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Mine was made in Germany ! The distributer was Eurostoves ( sold through Amazon )
By Richard D. Burow on June 27, 2014
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inch and a half
By James Baker on August 13, 2014
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If the question is how much does this hold, probably 4 ounces or more.
So if you are willing to pour slowly yes, you could easily pour a gallon or more.
If you want to pour an gallon into it all at once no way. … see more
If the question is how much does this hold, probably 4 ounces or more.
So if you are willing to pour slowly yes, you could easily pour a gallon or more.
If you want to pour an gallon into it all at once no way.
If you want to strain a gallon of fluid, it will depend on how fine the screening is that you are going to use, I would suggest buying a 1 gallon mason jar and then using a filter in the band and pour it through that. If a big mesh is OK use stainless steel sprouting insert inside the band, in place of a lid, for finer filtration I would use cheese cloth or a coffee filter with the sprouting insert. Or simply buy a large Melita Style coffee unit and use a coffee filter and pour into that. I use such a set up with large coffee filters to filter a quart or more. Works well and the Melita style coffee pot makes it easy to pour into smaller containers. Or go straight into a gallon wide mouth mason jar.
I would also look at beer brewing supplies if you want to filter large amounts, as they are often filtering 5 gallons or more. see less

By Kris on July 23, 2014
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Top diameter (I.D.) 4.75 inches - diameter at bottom 1.5 inches (Thickness of wall is about 1/16 inch but very solid) and 3.5 inches top to bottom. The inner removable fine sieve is 2.5 inches (O.D.) and 1 inch deep. This is German made (Solingen) noted for highest quality steel and engineering overkill.
By GRIN-N-BARRETT on November 23, 2014
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1.6 inches
By S. Fogg on January 30, 2015
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it will hold approximately 1 quart a filter should be used in addition to the screen when filtering milk
By James Baker on August 26, 2014
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Unfortunately, these pieces are not available separately.
By Kitchen Essence Online SELLER on May 23, 2017
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Michael,
I just used mine this morning straining goat milk.
While I don't know exact dimensions I have ised this… see more
Michael,
I just used mine this morning straining goat milk.
While I don't know exact dimensions I have ised this
on my regular and wide mouth jars. This morning I used it on a wide
mouth quart jar and a regular pint jar. see less

By Nancy on March 10, 2014