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kook04 wrote: maybe cuts are the biggest learning curve, here.
LWTCS wrote:Give us a bit more narrative about your cooling management (please).
rad14701 wrote:Very well thought out, olddog... I'm really liking that build...
A small tear just ran down my cheek she's beautifulolddog wrote:I have just finished the final setup, LWTCS you can now see the flow path for both the Graham condenser and the dephlagmater.The valves will control the water supply to each condenser.
This is a rear view showing the feed to the dephlagmater.
I guess thats my still building finished for a while, its time to stop soldering and start fermenting a bit more.
Grumpy365 wrote:Olddog, have you been happy with this design? Is there anything you would do different?
Grumpy365 wrote:I see 2 pipes that confuse the living sh*t out of me. One pipe is on the condenser, one is on the flute. Your pipes pass thru them.
olddog wrote:I have now changed the condenser to a shotgun type with a 2"shell and 4 1/2" vapor tubes going through, which will knock down everything, the larger Graham condenser was a bit of an overkill.
None whatsoever.Grumpy365 wrote:Seriously, I'm not being sarcastic, did the "overkill" affect the output of your spirits negatively?
Yes, this is why I built the shotgun alternative with a 2"casing. You could always use the 3"you have for a 3"shotgun.Grumpy365 wrote:Was it just an overkill due to it's size and related material expense?
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