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    ... gallon ... With ... running. If ... column, ... Some of us are interested in speeding up things. For that the multiple column approach does work, although
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 7, 2008
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      --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "tyler_97355" <kd7enm@...> wrote:
      >
      > I would have to agree with Robert. Considering that most people in
      > this forum are hobby distillers who are only making a 5 to 15
      gallon
      > wash, there really is no need to make a large multi-column still.
      With
      > the difficulties that you might face with a multi-column still, it
      > would be easier to just run two batches or have two stills
      running. If
      > you are just stripping a batch, all you need is one unpacked
      column,
      > and a product condenser that can handle the power input.
      >
      > -Tyler
      >

      Some of us are interested in speeding up things. For that the
      multiple column approach does work, although it creates it's own set
      of problems. The easiest way is to build multiple identical columns
      with individual controls and condensers and set them up in the same
      boiler. After that you can try control and monitor them all in
      similar fashion and wonder where that one liter of booze went that
      didn't come out from your columns ;)

      Cheers, Riku
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