Subject: Re: All Grain mash 25 liter
>Actually Rob' response and Riku's rejoinder re separation of ...(etc.)might lead to a possibility:
given a large room and an electric still (ideally a quite small
one) operated with great care and attention to safety, could one
increase, a little, the atmospheric pressure IN THE ROOM ?!!
and Richard2005 wrote Absolutely. Just move to the Salton Sea.
>Actually it could be useful for separating ethyl acetate fromethanol. Anyone know how their boiling point difference goes when
--- In email@example.com, Robert Thomas
>> I could go on (suggesting I seal up the column to increase pressure)of ethanol? ;)- Rob
> but that might start getting dangerous for the humour-impaired!
> --- abbababbaccc <abbababbaccc@...> wrote:
>> > By altering the environmental atmospheric pressure of course, bet
> > you didn't think of that ;)
> >> > - Riku
> > --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Robert Thomas wrote>
> > > Riku, can you let me know how best to control the boiling point
Sorry, that might be a bit mixed up but I hope all the posts can be
followed so that the development of the idea can be seen.
Thanks Richard 2005 for the suggestion about the Salton Sea but I was
thinking of something that would be less of a hassle. Something that
could be of use to hobby distillers. The thought of increasing the
pressure in a room was more about the principle than the
practicalities but was quite serious . I have thought more about it
and will start a new thread in the distillers group ('new idea')
because it is not just about the basics of distilling. However I think
the working out of the practical side of it will be simple,
inexpensive, and applicable to more than one aspect of our hobby.
Someone else has probably done it but I haven't seen it in any of the
new distillers past messages- and I have read them all- or anywhere
else. The Baker p.s. now I can't see the top of the message on the
screen, I hope Yahoo hasn't swallowed it up!