Re: [new_distillers] Re: alarm
- Thanks Brian,
I found a description of the thing at this website -
In fact I think that one of those things came with the microwave oven in the
kitchen. Handy little gadget.
Brian Shell - BDS (SC) wrote:
> If you get a Polder type electric thermometer they can be programmed at set
> temp to alarm. They also have a nice timer feature...helpful in charting
> your temps/time and the probe is 1/8 in Stainless which fits easily in a
> compression fitting at the top of the column.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: hogosha475 [SMTP:Hogosha475@...]
> > Sent: Wednesday, January 02, 2002 9:14 AM
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: [new_distillers] Re: alarm
> > > However - on to my question: has anyone (on the list) devised any
> > alarms
> > > for the still operation? Given the length of time for a typical
> > run, one
> > > wants to wander off now and again when all seems running fine. But
> > it
> > > would be useful to have some sort of temp.-linked (any other?)
> > alarm.
> > >
> > > Anyone?
> > > John V
> > At least one alarm that I can think of is a water alarm. These are
> > small and cheap, available at any home center. They are meant to be
> > put in your basement, and if there is a leak, the alarm goes off. I
> > figure it should be good for keeping you advised if your cooling
> > supply leaks or comes disconnected. Just a thought.
> > Defectfully
> > Patrick
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