RE: [new_distillers] table top water distillers
- Don't modify the fan. Build a small box with a light dimmer wired to an
outlet and plug the heater portion into that, varying the heat. You could
expect this to induce a bit more reflux, but there aren't really that many
cooled surfaces for refluxing to occur. Overall it won't help much. Been
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of cornz_1
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 6:01 PM
Subject: [new_distillers] table top water distillers
Hi all, just wondered about thoughts on this.
I have tasted the "product" from one of these and its very very good.
So, armed with this info, off i went and bought:
Now the devices look identical and i had a good look at the coil
arrangement on the http://www.zen37219.zen.co.uk/still.htm one.
Guess what. Identical.
Best thing of all though is they are on ebay for £70 which is cheap for
a water distiller, let alone one that does "booze".
It also has a fan which im going to try and modify to affect the amount
of cooling.Would be nice to get some brandy or whiskies or even better
Anyway, when i get some mash done i'll give it a pop.