Re: Mini still to ARC
The condenserworks just fine. What I'd do is to get a capillary joint
and add a 1 meter section below your current unit using that. An
internal sensorpipe can be added to a slanted plate design if you use
some creativity, especially if you have a version where the reflux
feed pipe goes back to column. 1.5mm pipe is damn small and probably
doesn't even exist as on the shelf item, so I assume you meant 1.5
meters column height which is just fine.
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> > > Now the scenario you have here is a tough one. Shortest
> > pipe I've tried succesfully was 40cm long. The external version
> needs Thanks for your kind words Allan,
> > > Cheers, Riku
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> > > A question to Riku.
> > > I have built a Bokakob 1.5" x20 "mini still and wish to convert
> it to
> > > an ext ARC.As there is only 14" of packing max for the arc
> > > Allan
> > >
> >Thanks for response Riku . I will bite the bullet and cut the mini
> and add an internal arc in a 1mtr ext.
> Will the 1.5mm pipe be ok for 1000watts .
> I also have 1meter 50 mm. If I use this can I use my 1.5 existing