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  1. Hi Everyone, My current company didn't get the promised steam traps with their suite of Corson equipment. We have the 300 gal sized system (300 gal Mash Tun, 300 gal pot still, and 4x300gal fermenters). Our condensate return outlets on our mash cooker and still kettle jackets are 3/4" NPT. Would anyone know what exact spec steam trap was supposed to have been supplied? I'm thinking a 3/4" parallel trap is what we should be using. Am I missing something?
  2. This is usually done by creating a stable emulsion of your 'haze' component and your product. There is a lot of work being done in this area by the cannabis infused beverage people, so you may get better answers looking at this from that angle. Some folks are using sonication (equipment for this is pretty spendy), and my experience is the sonicated mixture settles out eventually. There are a number of emulsifiers on the market that do different things. It sounds like you are happy with the haze that is in the product at the start, so you may just need a simple emulsifier additive. Maybe the info in this link will be helpful. https://www.newcannabisventures.com/wp-content/uploads/white_paper_ascb_v9.pdf
  3. +1 for SEBpro PL. I also have been dosing my defoamer slightly diluted onto the top of the mash with a pump sprayer if it's foaming during the cook. It's also easier to knock down foaming in the fermenter with a sprayer.
  4. Its not the buckets. yellow tinge could be caused by iron oxide in small amounts or you could be having evaporative loss concentrating non-alcohols in the product to the point that the color changes. your condenser may have welds that need to be re-passivated
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