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Looking for advice from our more experienced crew. We have a 4 plate bubbler column with a copper onion & dephlegmator. When running I believe we are getting our mash to hot in the boiler. 1. What should be the onion temperature above the boiler? Does it even matter? - Why do we ask a dumb question... We are running hot maybe 200'ish in the onion. 2. What happens if your boiling hot and using you depphelgmator to control the vapor temp before the condenser? 3. The vapor temp above the dephlegmator is controlled by our water flow in the dephlegmator. Essentially everything is getting knocked down from the Dephlegmator. Is this correct? Any advice is much appreciated! As the vapor travels up it follows onion, 4 plate bubbler column, dephlegmator, condenser.
We are upgrading our system and selling our 615 gallon combination pot/column still. We used this to make everything from vodka to whiskey. It is all currently dissembled and being cleaned. This still was used for 1.5 years. All of the parts are marked with a corresponding diagram of the still. We are currently asking $60,000 for the complete still. Please PM me if you are interested. Cheers, Winston