Re: [Distillers] boiling with raching rings and marbles.
Maybe if you used a ss pot scrubber you would get the same effect without the noise?
Paul Ihrig <pihrig@...> wrote:ok, i heard that you will get a better/faster even boil if you put raching rings & marbles in your boiler?wouldn't this be rather noisy?any one do this?thanks-paul
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- It shouldn't really - you're still getting the same amount of heat into the pot, so giving the same amount of vapour flow etc. Just a lot smoother. The difference would occur only if the big surges in boiling are resulting in surges in the vapour flow up the column, disrupting it a bit (shouldnt really). In my wee essence still its a problem because of the small amount of headroom, the surges result in the liquid being pushed up into the offtake pipe (column). Had to redistill my some gin essence on Sat because this occured, resulting in a whole lot of yellow gunk & bits of crushed berries being pushed over into the clear essence.Tony-----Original Message-----
From: Paul Ihrig [mailto:pihrig@...]
Sent: Tuesday, 1 April 2003 5:45 p.m.
Subject: RE: [Distillers] boiling with raching rings and marbles.ok..so would this have any affect on outputunder same same circumstances?same wash, heat, time...just shy of 2 pints without any thing in the boiler?