Re: [new_distillers] Gas Burner
- I use a 8qt stainless steel pressure cooker for small experimental batches.I had to take out the safety lock on the handle and plug it ,it leaked. I hooked the tubing to the giggler outlet and put the thermometer in the middle of the blow out plug. I run it slow and can get 130 proof with ease.I pressure tested it with water and flame checked it with a lighter.I pinched the locks to get a tighter seal and put a light coat of Veggie oil on the seal to keep it from twisting when you turn the top to lock it. NEVER had a problem with this system !----- Original Message ----
From: hoediddle <MryWl5@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 12, 2007 7:29:00 AM
Subject: [new_distillers] Gas Burner
I've decided to build a small (8 litre) pot still using a pressure
cooker. I was planning on running this off one of the cooker's gas
burners in my kitchen.
Would this be relatively safe to do?
Will using a pressure cooker minimise the chance of any leaks?
Thanks for any help.
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