What do u think
- Here is a drawing of my still, i haven't finished it yet but
hopefully it will b alright. It's one metre tall (1.5 inch copper)
with a 400mm long condensor and a couple of pass through pipes for
the reflux, i have seen that most pll with this sort of still has
either a pass through pipe at the bottom and at the top but mine r
both at the top, but mine has pure cold water through them not warm
water from the condensor. I was wondering if i should change that to
warm water or not or leave it the way it is????? (P.S. it has valves
to adjust the flow of all water! the picture is a bit crude) Thanx
Your design looks great - should do the trick nicely. It should be easy
enough to experiment with the plumbing, and find which works best for you.
The advantage of having the reflux cooling seperate is that you can turn it
off easily, without affecting the performance of the main vapour condensor.
But all in one is tidier, less prone to leaks, and fine if you're always
going to be running some reflux. Keep it as your've drawn it ?