Re: forced reflux?
> > > Lesstaight
> > This is what I've been looking for,the results that you have
> > posted on that web site are very interesting.seems pretty
> > forward.With a little luck and lots of patience I could buildone
> asGo for it 'decker,all the results on the web site are
> > I have good access to lots of copper.But I will take you up on
> > offer,to send me an onlder version.Let me know.
> It is'nt old,just replaced with a modified version,I've built 8
> in the last 12 months,there's always a better version around the
genuine,I've built one and the output and quality are
incredible,truly a new generation in amateur stills.
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> Hi Jim
> Love your site.
> The tests on deeper 3" trays how did it go.
> What hight is the outside wall of the new trays?
> Could you describe how the valves fit the tray, as in the photo it
> not clear how they are attached, or there size.Thanks Stevo
> What size hole is under the valve?
> What thickness copper sheet did you make trays out of.
> Thanks for any information, as I am about to build a Forced Reflux
> Happy drinking
Test went well,I have added some detail on site page
9,there are some modifications to do as the rig was put together for
I only had half a boiler load (25litres) and it was all over in an
hour (as the actress said).I shut down at 70% the last thing I need
is more booze.Diluted to 40% I got 7 litres of excellent product.
Mail me I can send more detail and photo's.