RE: [Distillers] Re: Proud of my condensor - hate to cover it up.
- Grayson, Your coil is sure something to behold and I fully understand you
not wanting to cover it up. Speaking from a tube bending perspective you
have done wonders, a true work of art. From an efficiency standpoint I
wonder if you haven't made something to perfect. The windings are so very
tight; I would think some separation between the individual coils would
benefit the process of condensing the vapor. - My thoughts Derf.
From: Grayson Stewart [mailto:grayson_stewart66@...]
Sent: Sunday, February 29, 2004 1:42 PM
Subject: [Distillers] Re: Proud of my condensor - hate to cover it up.
Let's see if this works....I'll even list the tiny URL with the long
ones for good measure since I don't have alot of experience with the
tiny URL site.
The problem might be that Yahoo no longer allows public viewing of
briefcase files without a Yahoo ID. At any rate, I went back to
double check that the folder was available for public viewing.
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- From an efficiency standpoint I
> wonder if you haven't made something to perfect. The windings areso very
> tight; I would think some separation between the individual coilswould
> benefit the process of condensing the vapor. - My thoughts Derf.I wondered about the same thing too. Thats why I plan to
loosely pack a scrubber around the top portion of the condensor that
is single wound and also place one along the entire "inside" of the
coils. I assume the vapor will have to find somewhere to go and it
will condense on the tubing or the scrubbers.
I was also wondering just how much loss I will have to vapor
condensed BETWEEN the double row of coils and remains trapped
there. Every drop counts!