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Re: [new_distillers] Question re distilling temp.

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  • Dean Thomas
    No idea just a guess though could it be atmospheric pressure, lower pressure = lower boiling point higher pressure = higher boiling point. Hop on the net and
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 30, 2006
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      No idea just a guess though could it be atmospheric pressure, lower
      pressure = lower boiling point higher pressure = higher boiling point.
      Hop on the net and look up your local weather site.

      Dean.

      vickypoint2003 wrote:
      > I am in the process of distilling a stripped run which has been
      > diluted to 40%. I have also used bicarb soda in the alcohol to try and
      > improve the taste of my spirt.
      >
      > The temp of my run has stayed steady at 77.7c I have bled off about
      > 1.3 litre so far and the temp has remained very steady on this
      > reading. I have tested the thermometer on previous occassions and it
      > is very accurate,
      >
      > Can anyone please explain this. I have adjusted the water flow and
      > also the power input to the element. I have a helios triac. No
      > adjustemt will make the temp rise.
      >
      > Thanks
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