Re: [Distillers] Re: Cross-flow adaptation
- Hi Baker,
Yes, VM set-up--maybe I should have been clearer. I don't know much
about LM as that's not what I've been trying to learn about lately.
Could be you're right for that kind of system... I honestly don't know :(
> Hi, Rasputin,
> Thanks for that, I only use a pot still and I'm still learning about the different classes of reflux still.
> I guess you are talking about vapour management and I was probably thinking of liquid management (?) where a part of the cooled liquid in the dam at the bottom of the condenser is drawn off, and with a condenser of sufficient capacity would, I expect, already be cool enough without a liebig.
> The Baker
> --- In Distillers@yahoogroups.com, Rasputin Paracelsus <rasputin@...> wrote:
>> Hello Baker,
>> Thanks for the comments. Yes, longer is not a big deal, is it.
>> As far as I can see, the liebig is needed because all the X-flow does is
>> ensure reflux. Still need a condenser to deal with the vapours taken
>> off, right?
>> (Someone correct me if I'm out to lunch. Actually, at the moment, I'm
>> out doing a stripping run on one of my MUM washes. Started it May 21st.
>> Last night, it was very slow, today quiet and down to 0.990. The other
>> one, with the slow BK-1, is still going at a reasonable rate)