1000L Whiskey Brandy Gin Miniature Alcohol Copper Distiller

1000L Whiskey Brandy Gin Miniature Alcohol Copper Distiller

USD 60000.00 - 80000.00
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DEGONG equipment

Free Member  (2021)

[ Jinan, SA,China ]

Business Type:  Manufacturer, Wholesaler, Trading Company

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The history of distillation is long and glorious-in fact, it can be said to be paving gold! There is evidence that the Babylonians had a rough understanding of the distillation process more than 3,000 years ago, and they did not keep secrets. By the 1st century BC, ancient civilizations in China, Pakistan, and Europe were being perfected, including the ancient Romans. Thanks to alchemy, the science of distillation has been further developed. This discipline—between science and mysticism—is entirely concerned with turning materials into gold.

Advanced technology enabled the distillation of later spirits. The first book on distillation was published by the Germans in 1500, but at that time this process was used to make perfume or medicine. Only 100 years later, people began to pay attention to the idea of ??drinking for pleasure. However, in the 19th century, modern forms of distillation were born!

Step 1: Obtain your device
The distiller works on the distiller and can be a tank distiller the oldest distiller type or a column distiller. This is a complicated machine with the columns extending all the way to the ceiling. The distiller is connected to the condenser the container through which the cooling water passes, and the condenser is connected to the barrel to collect the finished distillate.

Step 2: Clean the distiller
Your distiller must be cleaned thoroughly before each distillation. After all, you don't want the dirt from the last distillation to mess up your gin!

Step 3: Add alcohol and botanicals
There are many unique distillation techniques, usually developed by the distiller after months and years of experimentation. But the basic principle remains the same: first add vegetable and alkaline alcohol also called neutral alcohol to the still. This spirit is a fermented alcohol, usually made from grains without added flavors. It is a mixture of water and pure alcohol.

Step 4: Heating
The heat source—some distillers use an open flame, while others use a furnace or electric heat source—start heating the bottom of the distiller. Alcohol starts to boil at 73 degrees Celsius, while water does not boil until it reaches 100 degrees Celsius. This means that the alcohol in the neutral spirits will turn into gas and start to rise, while most of the water will stay at the bottom of the still.

Step 5: Cool down and capture
As a gas, the alcohol passes upward through the distillation head, tank top, or distillation tower. It then passes through a condenser filled with cold water, where it cools and turns back into liquid. The final distillate drips into the barrel, where the distiller can decide whether to keep it or return it to the distiller for a second round of distillation to become a higher concentration of water and alcohol solution.

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DEGONG is one of the professional manufacturers of brewed products in China. In order to export high-quality products, we also have a professional sales team. We all have great enthusiasm. We are willing to provide our customers with the best service. They are also friends. Therefore, if you choose DEGONG, you will not be disappointed in us. If you do business with us, you will feel very at ease.

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