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    Can we please do something about the spammers? I and others have reported posts and users as spammers but no one is doing anything about them. Here's a list of the latest ones: Posts: http://adiforums.com/topic/9027-daily-market-analysis-from-forexmart/ http://adiforums.com/topic/9028-company-news-by-forexmart/ http://adiforums.com/topic/8370-instaforex-company-news/ http://adiforums.com/topic/8724-trade-btc-for-paypal-usd/ http://adiforums.com/topic/9080-hong-kong-wine-lovers-get-u-turn-on-festival’s-pet-cup-policy/ Users: http://adiforums.com/profile/11141-instaforex-gertrude/ http://adiforums.com/profile/14386-ifx-yvonne/ http://adiforums.com/profile/14482-elkhouli/ http://adiforums.com/profile/14810-wallcups/
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    a p-trap is helpful, but there needs to be sufficient height separating the column bottoms, P-trap and fluid level of the boiler. otherwise you wont have enough head for gravity to do its thing and overcome the micro pressures in the kettle. 12" of height difference between kettle fluid levels and the bottom of your column only gives you a gravity/pressure difference of 0.375 PSI. this is well within the range of pressures you can build in the kettle, even with an open vapor path. Many of the newcomers to the equipment market are using 12" or less height difference, realistically 24" or more would be ideal, but then height becomes a concern. throw in Dual columns, and your troubles double. individual plate flooding is another issue, it can either be bad plate design, or a combination of running too much heat and too much reflux, in which case back off on the heat, back off on dephlegmater flow and you will have the same results out of your parrot with fewer column flooding problems.
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    I've had no dealings with Corson, but I'm glad the moderators have decided not to delete this kind of content anymore. Unfortunately I think it is necessary. I'm sure any serious still manufacturer is on this forum regularly, and can defend themselves If needed. Heck, look how many posts @Southernhighlander has and it's not even complaints against him.
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