• G day, does anyone have a diagram of a shotgun condensor that could be used to make one???? Regards, Noel
Message 1 of 4 , Dec 11, 2001
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G'day,
does anyone have a diagram of a shotgun condensor that could be used to make
one????
Regards,
Noel
• Hi Everyone, Has anybody seen a good diagram of a shotgun condensor on the web? I ve found some info on homedistiller.org but have yet to find enough info to
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Hi Everyone,

Has anybody seen a good diagram of a shotgun condensor on the web?

I've found some info on homedistiller.org but have yet to find
enough info to build one.

As far as I understand the condensor consists of a number of
vertical pipes in a water jacket. But I need to know how all the
pipes are fed with vapour. Is it some kind of manifold arrangement?
The the pipes would have to be open to the air at the top so the
length of the pipes would need to be calculated to re-condense all
the vapour at a given coolent temp/vapour volume. I know from
reading the group that some of you guys have made one. Any help
greatly appreciated!

Many thanks...
• Probably the best site with an explanation of the construction of a shotgun condensor is Mike Nixons
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Probably the best site with an explanation of the construction of a shotgun condensor is Mike Nixons

http://www.amphora-society.com/Activities/Project/Introduction/Page_1/page_1.html

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From: mr_ethanol2003
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Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 10:17 PM
Subject: [Distillers] Shotgun Condensor

Hi Everyone,

Has anybody seen a good diagram of a shotgun condensor on the web?

I've found some info on homedistiller.org but have yet to find
enough info to build one.

As far as I understand the condensor consists of a number of
vertical pipes in a water jacket. But I need to know how all the
pipes are fed with vapour. Is it some kind of manifold arrangement?
The the pipes would have to be open to the air at the top so the
length of the pipes would need to be calculated to re-condense all
the vapour at a given coolent temp/vapour volume. I know from
reading the group that some of you guys have made one. Any help
greatly appreciated!

Many thanks...

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• Thanks Brian, That s a great link. I think I understand how they are constructed/operate now. ... a shotgun condensor is Mike Nixons ...
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Thanks Brian,

That's a great link. I think I understand how they are
constructed/operate now.

--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Brian Rowe <browe2@b...> wrote:
> Probably the best site with an explanation of the construction of
a shotgun condensor is Mike Nixons
>
> http://www.amphora-
society.com/Activities/Project/Introduction/Page_1/page_1.html
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: mr_ethanol2003
> To: Distillers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 10:17 PM
> Subject: [Distillers] Shotgun Condensor
>
>
> Hi Everyone,
>
> Has anybody seen a good diagram of a shotgun condensor on the
web?
>
> I've found some info on homedistiller.org but have yet to find
> enough info to build one.
>
> As far as I understand the condensor consists of a number of
> vertical pipes in a water jacket. But I need to know how all the
> pipes are fed with vapour. Is it some kind of manifold
arrangement?
> The the pipes would have to be open to the air at the top so the
> length of the pipes would need to be calculated to re-condense
all
> the vapour at a given coolent temp/vapour volume. I know from
> reading the group that some of you guys have made one. Any help
> greatly appreciated!
>
> Many thanks...
>
>
>
>
>
>
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