I'm not sure who is right. But my answers should find a place with whoever
does the analysis', depending on what the analyst was really after. Hope we
standardise on 25 L else we shall be all over the place.
At the end of the day, I would imagine that the "Idling" temperature was
what they were after. I suppose, if you had all day, you could keep it on
750 W throughout. But 20 mins to get up to 78 C seems sensible.
Someone else in this series has given his definition of Moonshine. My belief
is that it was the reflection of the Moon on the steam being given off - not
smoke in the trees.
Behalf Of stevolate
Sent: 30 August 2006 12:26
Subject: Re: FW: [Distillers] New poll for Distillers
I notice the poll asks "How much power do you use to heat your
It dose not ask what power you turn the element down to, to distil.
> I have yet to wind my still up. But, having asked around a good deal, I
> think your poll will be complicated by so few alternatives.
> My findings are, for instance, warm up at 2000 -2500W then switch
> 750 W for tickover. A controller, or clever wiring could do this.
> prepared to use Propane.
> See what I mean by limited choices!
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