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Re: [new_distillers] Re: First run!!!

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  • Jan Wouter
    ... Unfortunately when you use a thermostatic control you will get a burst of energy in your wash. What we try to control is not the temperature, but the
    Message 1 of 17 , Aug 4, 2006
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      2006/8/4, Allan DeGroot <adegroot@...>:
      >
      > Why does everone with electric heating elements first think about
      > lowering Voltage or limiting current?
      >
      > Does nobody besides me understand the way electric heating elements are
      > usually controlled in well engineered installations? (Rhetorical
      > question, because if they did I'd see the posts)
      >
      > The normal way is to use a thermostatic control that turns the element
      > on and off.
      >
      > the little premade "pucks" that control the temp on electric water
      > heaters are MADE to control water heating elements (Go figuire...)
      > and do the job fairly well, not to mention being relatively cheap
      > (Cheaper than the heating elements themselves typically are)
      >
      > AllanD


      Unfortunately when you use a thermostatic control you will get a burst of
      energy in your wash. What we try to control is not the temperature, but the
      amount of energy added to our wash.
      Jan Wouter


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