33752Re: So, how about a 1.5in column?
- Jan 2, 2006mcmaster.com
will sell u a 5 foot section of any copper pipe product
they are a little on the pricy side, but heck u only need three feet.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Dave" <diskmaster23@y...> wrote:
> That is pretty much the best way to acquire these hard to find
> They are otherwise very expensive if you purchase them via plumbing
> stores by 10 foot section.
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "Dean Thomas" <deanlil@p...>
> > You can use a 1.5 inch column but to get the same results you will
> need a
> > longer column or you will have to run your still slower.
> > Try looking at scrap metal yards and even plumbers/Air-
> > companies that work on larger buildings. There are many places
> this and
> > larger diameter pipes are available just try to think of
> that use
> > them and go and find yourself a tradesman that works in these
> > they will all have off cut they can't use.
> > I have found that in pursuing this hobby it is very beneficial to
> able to
> > think laterally when looking for possible components to build you
> > nightmare.
> > Good luck
> > Dean.
> > > I have just begun to research home distilling and most sources
> call for
> > > a 2 inch column. Is it possible to use 1.5 inch? I'm having a
> > > time finding 2 inch copper pipe but I can get 1.5 inch just
> > > road from my house.
> > >
> > > Thanks
> > > starch
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