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homedistlr wrote:Hi guys, I think I understand the benefits of stuffing the column with to increase the proof of your runs, but from what I understand using copper also removes sulfides as the vapor rises through the column. Can you still achieve the sulfide removal if you basically soak your finished product in a container with the copper mesh after the run? Sorry if the question sounds silly, but I'm trying to figure out if the benefit of copper only exists with vapor, or is if will provide the same sulfide extraction after the run. Any help is appreciated.
homedistlr wrote:Would something like this be a better approach?
http://www.morebeer.com/products/kupzit ... gQod9_8Mhw
homedistlr wrote:I understand. I looked over the documentation on the product here, http://www.morebeer.com/images/file.php?file_id=4692, before asking. It looks like it is currently used in the wine making process to remove sulfides so I wasn't sure if it would translate for us as well.
I think I'll give the copper mesh a try first. Thanks for the input and help.
Mikeinkaty wrote:Lots of cheap 100% copper mesh on EBay.
still_stirrin wrote:Mikeinkaty wrote:Lots of cheap 100% copper mesh on EBay.
Cheap copper????? Buyer beware! Not everything "posing" as copper really is. Make sure you're not enticed by the "too good to be true" sales pitch. You may be surprised in the end.
UnSub wrote:Bushman- I totally agree, I stopped at our local recycling center and didn't have any luck. The guys didn't seem at all interested in keeping an eye out for wire for me.
Cob- I'd be interested in finding 1000' for $30! I can usually find the best deals but that market didn't seem very flexible (but I'll keep looking).. Point me in a direction:)
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