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  1. Al_The_Chemist

    Citric acid wash for copper bubble plates

    I'm trying to clean my bubble plates. I stared with a "Five star" bath and then over night in citric acid. While in the acid, the plates looked brand new. I thoroughly rinsed them before drying. When the plates finished drying the water drying pattern left dirty/reactive looking patterns (see picture). Anyone else running into this?
  2. FOR SALE: Artisan 200mm 20 Plate Vodka Column Condenser ... ATTENTION: WE HAVE DROPPED THE PRICE.... NOW SELLING FOR $39,000... originally $49,000. Two 165 gallon ported and insulated pots. Includes: - Platform with stairs & rails - (2) Radial gas burners - (1) Extra dephlegmator - (1) Extra condenser bottom - (1) Parrot - Interconnecting pipe More photos available upon request. For more information please e-mail kcurrie@southerntierbrewing.com Photo 8.pdf
  3. william-bailey

    Sizing Still/Boiler to Column Width

    We're close to pulling the trigger on our first equipment. We will be using GNS and run it through a 300L still and into a six inch bubble plate column. For 300L, we know that a 4 inch column would be way too small. We hope that 6 inch bubble plate would suffice but would love your expert opinion. Thanks friends!
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