Thanks for correcting me, Harry.
I knew that was going to bite me in the ass! I haven't checked out
the PDA for years, obviously got it mixed up with another comercially
available still. I apoligize to anyone who owns or sells the PDA's
for dumping on your product.
You would think I'd have learned by now, RESEARCH your info before
you send it!
Standing in corner with dunce cap, Morgan
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, "Harry" <gnikomson2000@...>
> --- In email@example.com, "morganfield1"
> <morganfield1@> wrote:
> There are designs to homebuild a still on this
> > site, the "homedistiller" site, Harry's library, the list goes
> > any of which will produce a better product than either the PS II
> > the PDA. Just my stupid oppinion.
> > Tip one, Morgan
> I wouldn't include the PDA1 in that list. It's probably the only
> one out there at this juncture (talking commercial hobby stills
> that's engineered properly. Its only drawback is the slow output
> rate (1/2 litre/hr). Having said that, it was designed to produce
> alcohol of the highest purity, suitable for vodkas, schnapps &
> liqueurs & other infusions. And 1/2 litre/hr will make 1 x 1125 ml
> (40oz) @ 40% a/v. As a small hobbyist still, it has no equal.
> If you want simplicity in building, Alex's ministill (similar
> specs to PDA) is about as simple as it gets. These stills are in a
> class of their own for personal use. Riku's still is another of
> sound engineering, however his and Alex's are not (AFAIK) available
> through commercial outlets. Update this if I'm wrong.
> If any hobbyist or even a family barbecue can drink that much every
> hour, there better than I am, Gunga Dinh.
> regards Harry