Re: multiple columns
- That's the case with traditional control techniques. Of course you
could add electric or regular ARC and headscompression units to make
it adjustment free, but that would add up in building costs.
A 4" column on the other hand has a whole new set of problems on
it's own ...
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, DDT <luckydraw@...> wrote:
> I used to have an old MG that had dual carbs. If dual columns are
> the trouble of those old side draft carbs I think I'd just make a
> > Some of us are interested in speeding up things. For that the
> > multiple column approach does work, although it creates it's
> > of problems. The easiest way is to build multiple identical
> > with individual controls and condensers and set them up in the
> > boiler. After that you can try control and monitor them all in
> > similar fashion and wonder where that one liter of booze went
> > didn't come out from your columns ;)