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Re: sugar & condensors

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  • peter_vcb
    if your water is free i wouldnt worry about it being too efficient. some people like to have distillate coming out slightly warm from the liebeg since it is
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 30, 2002
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      if your water is free i wouldnt worry about it being too efficient.
      some people like to have distillate coming out slightly warm from the
      liebeg since it is meant to get rid of some of the more volatile
      compounds.

      --- In new_distillers@y..., BOKAKOB <bokakob@y...> wrote:
      >
      > No, condenser could be inefficient rather than too efficient. In
      this case you will see steam popping out of all possible places of
      your still, mainly from the top of your condenser. As long as
      condenser has enough cooling capacity a bit extra will not change
      anything. The main regulating measure for any still is the amount of
      input heat/energy fed in the boiler. Work with this first. Cheer,
      Alex...
      > Brian Rowe <browe2@b...> wrote:Can a condensor be too efficient?
      How would you measure effieciency anyway?
      > Cheers Rowee
      > Brian & Viki Rowe ICQ#: 82003964
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