Orlando Gardner: thanks, how do I contact you via email
xoobis: Can you run this in your car....
danssv8: Just intrusted to see how much persent it actually produce , pls post a
video of catching the heart with the video , thanks , cheers.
Orlando Gardner: Thanks, how do I contact you? What is your email address.
realbrewing: Hi Beno..Yeah great question. I guess you need to answer that question. My
guess is if water is a resource you want to save then yes absolutely. I
think it can use between 200 and 400ml a minute and over 3 to 4 hours it
can be up to 200 litres. We live in Melbourne and should be water wise but
our dams are full at the minute and this was shot at Australian Home
Brewing and we don't have a washing machine to pour the collected water
into. A bit naught I guess. Cheers
realbrewing: If you car runs on very high quality spirits at up to 92% Alcohol..then I
would say yes but practicaly speaking I would go to the servo.... nice idea
realbrewing: Michael, really the main difference is that the copper version can be used
as a pot still where as the stainless model cvannot. This means it is more
versitile in the manner you can distil spirits (ie essences vs. traditional
methods). Both are just as easy for a novice to use.
Orlando Gardner: I have one of these copper condensers. I find that compared to the old
stainless steel column the copper column has two issues for me. First the
final percentage is not as high - 92 instead of 94. Second I find the still
will boil over and spew out the boiling wash. I have reduced the volume in
the boiler, always use anti foam, stainless steel pot scrubs and the
ceramic bits. I never had a boil over with the stainless steel column.
Beno32145: Would it be beneficial to circulate the water instead of letting it just go
down the drain?
realbrewing: The still produces upwards of 90% alcohol as high as 94%
Beno32145: well you would need 1 a van or wagon and 2 a constant source of water so i
would say no.
realbrewing: Orlando, I believe the issues you have outlined have less to do with the
still and more to do with the wash. I do have solutions to these issues
however. You are more than welcome to email us or come in and discuss them
as I believe they will rid you of these issues and allow you to create a
Michael Simpson: What is the main difference between an artisan and the turbo 500? what
would be better for a beginner?
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