Thanks to all for the help.
The question was brought up about how I came up with the 17% yield
reading and the answer to that would be by using my hydrometer. SG at
start is around 1.115 and finishes at .978. I'm also figuring this in
Again thanks for the help.
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, "Harry" <gnikomson2000@...>
> --- In email@example.com, "stevolate" <stevolate@>
> > Hi Link
> > You need to divide not multiply.
> > 4,188 ml divided 90% = 4,653 ml /
> > You're not as close.
> > Hi Scakerbill
> > How did you determine you had 17% wash?
> > Happy drinking
> > Stevo
> Hi Stevo,
> I may be wrong, but I think Link's first calculation
> of 4,188 ml x 90% = 3796 ml refers to the accepted standard of
> recoverability of total ethanol. 90% is as reasonable as anyone
> expect. If that's the case then his figures are correct. You will
> note he does do a further DIVISION of this figure by 90% to reflect
> the poster's stated yield strength. It's coincidental that both
> figures just happened to be 90%. The yield strength could have
> something else.
> And I also (like you) would like to know how the 17% wash strength
> was derived. By SG readings & calcs?...or by 'guesstimate'
> according to sugar used?
> regards Harry