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  • maxime belair
    Hi, do you think this design below could work? Can the copper pipe go down in the pool and up again? Is 1/2 pipe too large for this. What about the pressure,
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 31 11:00 AM
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      Hi, 
                 do you think this design below could work?
      Can the copper pipe go down in the pool and up again?
      Is 1/2'' pipe too large for this.
      What about the pressure, this still like all other pot stills won't have a great access to air.
       
      Many thanks for your advices,
                                                                 Max B. 
        



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    • Johan
      I don t think the pressure will cause any problems. It s not much pressure. Johan Hi, do you think this design below could work? Can the copper pipe go down in
      Message 2 of 3 , Aug 1, 2003
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        I don’t think the pressure will cause any problems. It’s not much pressure.

         

        Johan

         

         

        Hi, 

                   do you think this design below could work?

        Can the copper pipe go down in the pool and up again?

        Is 1/2'' pipe too large for this.

        What about the pressure, this still like all other pot stills won't have a great access to air.

         

        Many thanks for your advices,

        .

      • BillyWeeble@cs.com
        In a message dated 7/31/03 11:02:58 AM Pacific Daylight Time, maxime_belair@yahoo.ca writes:
        Message 3 of 3 , Aug 3, 2003
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          In a message dated 7/31/03 11:02:58 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
          maxime_belair@... writes:

          << What about the pressure, this still like all other pot stills won't have a
          great access to air. >>

          Better make sure your connections at the boiler are strong and tight.
          The alcohol vapors will be pushed out from the back pressure and end up on your
          burner if any leaks are present. Good thing you are doing this outside and
          away from the house, huh? Don't forget to have a fire extinguisher handy. Good
          luck - I mean it.
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