Absinthe Pete Posted September 23, 2010 Share Posted September 23, 2010 I'm going to build a still and need to know about steam heating it. So the tank I'm going to use is 200 gallon and I can either build a jacket around it or make it easy on myself (maybe) and use some sort of coiled tubing inside the tank. So my question is what do you guys think? Jacket it or use some stainless tubing inside the tank to heat up the wash with steam? If I use a coil any suggestion on diameter, how many times it coils around and shape and placement of it inside the tank? I have a full machine shop and weld stainless all the time. The steam generator we're going to be using is around 175,000 BTU. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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