Still Spirits Turbo 500 Reflux Still Condensor (T500)
Complete easy to use (see video here) Home reflux Still to make distilled water, high purity alcohol, distilled water and Fuel Ethanol from a machine designed to give maximum alcohol yield of up to 95%. Will process a 23litre 'wash' in around 3.5 hours to make approx. 3.5litres at up to 93% abv.
The high quality alcohol made with the T500 turbo still, can be used in countries where it is legal to do so, to make commercial grade clear spirits such as Gin, White Rum and Vodka as well as any of the other spirits and liqueurs in the Still Spirits Essences range. CUTTING EDGE STILL TECHNOLOGY - The world's most advanced fractionating column for home use, which is designed and assembled in New Zealand. This easy to use still is made from Stainless Steel and features; A needle valve for ease of waterflow adjustment 25 Litre boiler with 2000w integrated element Boil dry reset and Thermal cut out fuse Waste discharge tap Included with the still are; 1x 100g T500 Copper Saddles 1x 12g Ceramic Boil Enhancers 1x 50ml Distilling Conditioner 1x 1kg T500 Ceramic Saddles, digital thermometer and T500 User Manual (download here). You will need to arrange to connect the cooling water pipe to your tap or washing machine cold inlet. an adaptor is provided but may need further parts from a plumbers merchant to suit your particular tap. This still uses approx. 400ml per minute to cool but this depends on water and environmental temperatures.
*The still can be used to produce alcoholic spirit, Bio Fuel or for distilling water however, It is illegal to manufacture spirits in the UK without a distiller's licence which is required under the provisions of section 12 of the Alcoholic Liquor Duties Act 1979 and this includes manufacture for "own/domestic use". Public Notice 39 - "Spirits production in the UK" dated July 2006 provides further information about HM Revenue & Customs' requirements. If you require further assistance then please contact the National Advice Service on Telephone 0845 010 9000 or www.hmrc.gov.uk Where you can obtain & view Public Notice 39.