Re: I am the student you are the teachers...here is what I have learned so far
- LOL Harry,
Well put - what I was trying to say.
Vino es Veritas,
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> I have already done so.
> correct me if I am wrong... we are working off of basic electricity
> and distilling principle here, regardless of column etc... correct?
Sort of correct. But you wanted to get your PDA-1 operational
first. Yes we do know about power control etc. but that comes after
the thing is able to make product, not just steam.
Many of the stills and reflux still columns seen here are home
fabricated by people with just enough technical knowledge to get
something working reasonably well.
Your PDA-1 is way more upmarket. It's a compound column designed and
fabricated by chemical engineers using all available technical tools
& equations. It is a properly balanced column regarding size, power
separation, heat transfer and output. Call it the Rolls Royce of kit
for personal hobby sized production. If you own a Roller, you don't
get Mitsubishi to give it a tune-up. :)
That's not to say that we Mitsu guys don't know how, but Roller
makers know more about their product and should be the first port of