Steam Injection Attachment

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Re: Steam Injection Attachment

Postby Brutal » Tue Feb 24, 2015 10:05 am

Thanks guys. I probably should have built this thing to make sure it would fit in a bucket.. I have nothing it will fit in right now. If I was to narrow it by an inch or two It would probably fit in a 5 gallon bucket. I don't think it would affect the performance of the unit at all either. May do that.
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Re: Steam Injection Attachment

Postby Shine0n » Mon Jan 01, 2018 3:10 am

This thread has a little bit of age to it and is very informative so I thought I'd rise it to the top again since I'm looking into steam mashing to ease my pain of the process.

From what I've read in this thread there doesn't seem to be any bad reviews other than he couldn't fit it into a 5 gal bucket to clean some scale off. NO BIGGIE

The ss braided lines seems to be the best point here since they have no way of clogging and he mentioned using less wouldn't hurt but I see that if less would work the way he originally did it is better just because things happen and I for one don't want uncle Murphy coming knocking.

I think I'll go with a ball valve on the upper end mid way with a cork (natural) at the top to vent or a pressure relief valve.

Just thought I'd post this up again so anyone looking will easily find it.

Thanks Brutal
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