45186Re: Cloudy Booze
- May 9, 2009Thanks Riku,
Least im not the only one that found that out. Why I dont post there anymore.... But i still think using a copper straight thru with teflon tape for temporary connections is the way to go.
Vino es Veritas,
Jim aka Waldo.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "abbababbaccc" <abbababbaccc@...> wrote:
> In HD they are paranoid about plastics including rubber, up to the extent where they refuse to believe scientific reseach and even twist facts and get personal if you argue. Not my kind of place to be.
> Anyway, it all comes down to the type of plastic or rubber you are using and where in your still you use it. As an example Amphora guys use NBR (IIRC) seals in the column of PDA-1 and I haven't heard anyone complaining about that. Countless Labmaster type stills have been built using rubber corks for sealing the column and in 20 years I haven't heard complaints about that either. Then again I have personal experience about polypropylene column that deformed in extended use while I've been using PP buckets as boilers for some five years now without problems.
> Slainte, Riku
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "jamesonbeam1" <jamesonbeam1@> wrote:
> > Tony,
> > Im sorry, but DO NOT even using plastic for joining joint connections.
> > Before becomming a Moderator here, I was posting on the Homedistiller's
> > Web Site and described how i connected my 1/2" lyne arme to my shotgun
> > condenser with 5/8" plastic/rubber hose pieces.... Even though it was a
> > straight through connection for quick takedown / cleaning / hidding and
> > the copper tubing was in direct contact with each other, I was severely
> > chastised and yelled at by all the Mods and even Dave himself for
> > suggesting this to beginners.
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