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I am in the process of acquiring a 100l keg with 2 x 2.5kw elements and a 4" ferule on top for a triclamp.
I have until now used a t500 and made neutral, it frustrates me that it takes so long to get product off. I am happy in all other ways.
I am looking for something to continue making neutral (dare I call it vodka?) from tpw washes... recently experimented with wheat. I need to increase my throughput, not for commercial reasons but just to save how long I am in front of the still per month. AT the moment I do 3 x 25l strips and 1 x spirit run. total time is about 12 - 14 hours for about 10-12litre @ 40%
my budget is limited (isn't everyones) so I look at the Dash and think "ooh thats so shiney" but then read that to make vodka needs a gazillion bubble caps or 4 to 6 and a 500mm extension packed with scrubbers or copper mesh.
So I am thinking why not just get a longer section and fill it with mesh or scrubbers? and don't bother with the bubble sections at all?
Maybe I would like to experiment with rum and whiskey but whilst that isn't my motive for an upgrade it would be a welcome addition to my arsenal.
And if 4 plates with an extension is an option then do they all have to be sight glasses? or can they just be extensions with the ProCaps in?