It's hard to use when it got accidently left behind in Sligo, in a box marked "IMPORTANT STILL STUFF" put in caravan first. Along with a load of turbo yeasts wine making gear and stuff. I think it was ousted when it came down to where shall I put my box of shoes. And it was oh I'll just move that box outside a moment. (This women obsession with shoes and it's the same in every country I've ever been to they salivate when they see a shoe shop/store and all common sense goes out the window). But I digress. I'll get the box when I go back for a visit and get all my power tools as well.
--- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "anthonyathawes" <anthony.athawes@...> wrote:
> Why aren't you using that that magical device for changing the Voltage to give exactly the temperature you require?
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, "burrows206" <jeffrey.burrows@> wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > I use two elements to heat up my boiler a 240volt x 2200watt and a 240volt x 850watt. I use both on heat up 25 litres to temperature . Then I knock off the240volt x 2200watt. And with my 240volt x 850watt element on my valved reflux still on full reflux it will keep my 25 litres wash ticking over and collecting heads and hearts at one litre an hour and at the onset of tails I plug the 240volt x 2200watt element in and collect flat out into the tails jar right up to 96 C
> > Now my question is I have a 10 gallon UK Imperial milk churn boiler and intend to run two hybrid MUM washes as per the recipe of 4 gallon US (15.141 litres) which will give me 8 gallonUS (30.282 litres). Will the 240volt x 850watt element keep the 8 gallonUS (30.282 litres) up to speed like on all my previous 25 litre washes
> > And if I were to make it up to 10 gallons UK Imperial or 50 litres would it still keep that going? The more I research it and think about it the more confusing it becomes.
> > Logic says it would take longer for the two elements to heat up 8 gallonUS (30.282 litres) to temperature but does the same hold true to maintain this temperature?
> > From a cheesed off Geoff trying to figure it out.
> > Geoff