44118Re: [new_distillers] Heat control
- Aug 30, 2013And it won't make a hefty power bill. Power bills are paid on kw hours. 5500 watts for a shorter amount of time is the same price as 1500 watts for a longer amount of time. The energy needed to do the work (heat up the wash, vaporize the spirit) is the same regardless of how long it takes to do it.On Fri, Aug 30, 2013 at 11:18 PM, Brendan Keith <bkeith@...> wrote:That's a common outlet for the oven or clothes dryer in North America.
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Subject: Re: [new_distillers] Heat controlI don't know much about power supplies in the US, but 5.5kW heating at 220V will require in the order of 25 amps. That is a substantial amount of current and beyond most domestic situations unless there is a special high-power installation. Expect a hefty bill.
Order an inexpensive 5500W heating element ...of course you will need 220 power supply. That will heat 7 gallons in just a few minutes.
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