Re: Question on carbon filtering
- Most seem to like it, I didnt.
I had troube with air locks, getting wet carbon in and out of it and
cleaning.I think i was unlucky to get one that always leaked from the
screw tops too. It attaches to a bucket with a tap. the problem is the
tap is an inch off the bottom of the bucket so there is an inch of
alchol left in the bucket unprocessed. Ok if your producing lots.or you
tip the bucket etc IMO bad design.
The Ooz wrote:
> I'm looking at a starter kit, and it seems that a 'z' filter is recommended?--
> Is this a good option, or an expensive option that favours the seller?
> >The carbon can just sit in the alcohol. The unwanted odors and
> >flavors will be absorbed by it. To use someone elses analogy, it is
> >like cooking food you put it in the oven for a little while turning
> >it now and then to fully cook it. Just passing it through a filter
> >once would be the equivalent of a one minute egg. Also the alcohol
> >should be cut to 40-50% to achieve the best results.
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