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My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Tue Dec 27, 2016 3:45 pm

Hellooo:)

Here is my new column :) If you have any questions please write :)

1. WIRLESS REMOTE CONTROL

A wireless remote control connects to the control unit with Bluetooth technology so you don’t have to be in the same room, or even the same building, to control my column
For ease of operation the remote control has a 4.3’-inch high resolution touch screen with clear, intuitive menus and settings. If you’re just starting distilling, choose the easy mode with fully automatic distilling/rectification. If you’re more advanced, you can set all the main parameters yourself to experiment and achieve the final distillate that suits you best.
The remote control’s rechargeable battery will work for hours without recharging. However, even if the remote control runs out of power, distillation/rectification will continue.

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2. BOILER

The boiler, with its generous 50 l wash capacity, is our own design, just like the still’s other components. The main boiler features are as follows:
The heating element comprises two 2,000 W heaters. They are made of acid resistant steel for years of reliable operation.
The top and the bottom of the boiler are conical. This makes the structure rigid and keeps your still stable (despite its substantial weight and height). The conical shape of the boiler’s bottom, with a liquid outlet at the lowest point, also makes it easy to drain after distilling.
The side and top walls feature borosilicate sight glasses so you can easily monitor the boiler fill level and boiling process.
Three adjustable feet make it easy to level the still on different types of floor (leveling is a prerequisite for the correct rectification process).
Handles help you move the boiler if required.
Each boiler is Insulated with demountable, washable fabric for power saving.

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3. DISTILLATION/RECTIFICATION COLUMN (SPP COLUMN)

The SPP column has a temperature sensor to automatically control operating parameters for best alcohol quality.

The column, which is insulated with demountable and washable fabric, consists of two modules connected by a threaded SMS coupling. This means the still can be assembled in a few seconds without a wrench. The modules are well packed for delivery to protect against damage or SPP spillage in transit.

Spiral Prismatic Packing (SPP)
SPP is the heart of each SPP column. It’s a reflection of our quality that, as well as making SPP for our own stills, we supply professional-quality prismatic packing that’s valued worldwide by others who want the best packing material.

The specially-shaped ”springs”, both stainless steel and copper that make up our packing are the result of many years’ experience and months of testing. Our objective was a spring that optimizes the balance between the compactness of the column packing and your still’s efficiency of distillation.

The springs mustn’t be too big because this reduces “resolution” (by leaving too much void space between the wire that makes each spiral) and increases the energy demand for wetting the SPP. On the other hand, they mustn’t be too small, which reduces the column capacity and (with low heating power) leads to column flooding and general decline in column performance.

Due to their special shape and specific size, our SPP optimizes the vapor-liquid contact ratio and reduces the resistance of the rising vapor and descending liquid (condensate).


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4. CONTROL UNIT

The control unit is the ‘brain’ of the still and responsible for automation of all the still’s distilling processes. The control unit monitors, updates and controls heating elements in the boiler, the fores, hearts and water solenoid valves, temperature measurements from various digital sensors and the status of the column liquid levels.

When designing the control unit, we focused on safety so it protects you protection against incidents such as power interruption, lack of cooling water or uncontrolled alcohol boiling in the column. A microcomputer inside the box runs software that has been designed and written exclusively for my column.

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5. HEAD UNIT

Our head unit is another innovative component. For years we tried to produce a device for automated high-purity spirit collection, but until our current design we hadn’t achieved the desired result. This design has now proved successful and satisfied our, and our customers’, highest expectations.

Column may be based on the Nixon-Stone concept, but again, that’s where any similarities with other products end. Our still uses unique solutions. The main features are as follows:
A larger collection pan to retain all the fores and prevent them entering the hearts.
A specially designed vapor-flow track to maximize the vapor cooling efficiency.
Low water usage, for operational cost reduction and natural environment protection.
The head has a borosilicate, 360° sight glass for viewing distillation – in itself, a very enjoyable experience! The bottom section, culminating in a convenient quick-connection SMS coupling, is filled with stainless steel SPP, while the top section houses the flooding sensor.

Above the head is a condenser made of corrugated stainless steel tubing. It’s a closed coil filled with cooling water, which, due to its design, minimizes the use of cooling water.

Alcohol vapors condense on the condenser surface and drip into a fores-collection pan. A solenoid valve is fitted to the side of the head for emptying the pan. When the fores are collected, the ELM system is closed, which ensures the alcohol purity and helps to give a perfect product in the first run. The system is protected by a temperature sensor. When there’s no cooling water or the water flow is too low, the device switches off. Since the head is an open system, it doesn’t produce pressures that could pose a safety hazard.

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We producing spp from stainless steel , coper and Rectifying column
As we would like to expand our production, we are looking for partners to co-operate with us concerning sales on foreign markets.

Regards!
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby zedzedtop » Wed Dec 28, 2016 12:29 am

Looks like a lot of work just to make a couple of shots of espresso. Does it froth milk too? :)
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Wed Dec 28, 2016 3:47 pm

Our idea was to build a simple-to-use columns. I'll make you some coffee in my house :)
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby sugarcreek » Wed Dec 28, 2016 5:40 pm

plipek1 wrote:Our idea was to build a simple-to-use columns


I get it!! You're being sarcastic.
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Thu Dec 29, 2016 2:10 am

Why do you think so?
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby Mud » Thu Dec 29, 2016 8:05 pm

What's the price on one of these bad larries?
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby minime » Fri Dec 30, 2016 7:57 am

Been about 4 years since I distilled anything but this is the guy I got my SPP from back in the day. Gotta say if you're a column distiller that's the BEST investment you can make for quality.

I'd be betting on this distiller to achieve outstanding results......this guy sets VERY high standards.

Happy New year everyone :rkn:
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby Swedish Pride » Fri Dec 30, 2016 11:00 am

looks a bit like a fancy EACR ala Riku. is that a 2" column?
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:46 pm

Swedish Pride wrote:looks a bit like a fancy EACR ala Riku. is that a 2" column?


Yes:)

minime wrote:Been about 4 years since I distilled anything but this is the guy I got my SPP from back in the day. Gotta say if you're a column distiller that's the BEST investment you can make for quality.

I'd be betting on this distiller to achieve outstanding results......this guy sets VERY high standards.

Happy New year everyone :rkn:


Thank you for nice words. Truly I'm glad , that my works are pleasing for someone! :)

Happy New Year !
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Fri Dec 30, 2016 2:53 pm

I have moonshine distiller with 250L tank.

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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby Mud » Fri Dec 30, 2016 3:26 pm

Price?
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Fri Dec 30, 2016 3:51 pm

Mud wrote:Price?


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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby Rebel_Yell » Sat Dec 31, 2016 5:53 pm

Great to see you visiting short one! Happy new year to you too.

Great looking unit.
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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby plipek1 » Mon Jan 02, 2017 2:30 pm

Hi

I have a new controller with an application for android :)

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Re: My new Moonshine Distiller :)

Postby okie » Tue Jan 03, 2017 7:39 pm

Not for scotch I figure.
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