Deffuser plate

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Deffuser plate

Post by stillvodka » Thu Dec 13, 2018 11:41 pm

Never used one before, but came across this , Deffuser Plate I think Alloy is used https://brewhaus.com/blog/diffuser-plat ... -big-deal/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" rel="nofollow

Building a nice copper boiler, running on propane, thought thats good Idea

Anybody on here use one ? any idea what the thickness is best?

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Re: Deffuser plate

Post by fizzix » Fri Dec 14, 2018 1:29 am

I have a Brewhaus still and Brewhaus diffuser plate.
The plate is $20 from what I recall, and 3/16" thick.
Last time I looked it's not featured on their product web page, but they do sell them singly.

I've never NOT used it, but judging from it's scorch marks I'd rather that happening
on the diffuser plate than the bottom of my still. I run a 1500W modified (non-cycling) hotplate.

Recommended? Yes. Probably more so with open flame & pretty copper.

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Re: Deffuser plate

Post by Saltbush Bill » Fri Dec 14, 2018 5:12 am

Bit like that fancy new fishing lure , it'll catch more buyers than fish.....been stillin this long without one, reckon I can manage to keep going that way.

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Re: Deffuser plate

Post by MM-Brew » Wed Dec 19, 2018 10:06 pm

Good day you

Like fizzix (+1) I have a BH still, and I found that my diffuser plate helps a lot. It more stable while on my hot plate. I feel that it reduces any hot spots that may come from the hot plate. I also feel it help regulate temperature more effectively.

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