|Working principle of distillation tower|
The only parts of the distillation tower that are truly "mobile" are the agitator, washing/beer and steam, the boy will move the steam! Tower distillation is actually just a phase change on the plate again and again, until the contents reach your product condenser, where they become liquid forever—consumed as the spirit of the craft. Although this seems to be a very simple concept, it is important for good operation to understand and understand why each part is in its specific location.
You start this process, and your fermentation (another process) becomes the washing in your pot, keg or kettle, beer or kettle. Once you are ready to convert it to ethanol, you can turn up the heat, and if equipped with a stirrer, you can distribute the heat more evenly until it emits upward moving steam. At this point, it is preferred to use a plate and blister system because of its wide range of operations and tolerance.
Therefore, the steam passes up through the blisters on each plate along the path of least resistance. If you are in the early stages of operation, there is almost no liquid on each plate, and the steam will continue to move upwards until it encounters a colder object and condenses, and then forms a liquid bed on each plate. In this way, you have completed a distillation cycle.
The steam will continue this mode multiple times for as many trays as there are in your column. The interesting and scientific part is that when the liquid bed is formed, the vapor passing through the bubble dissipates into each liquid bed, causing the liquid to reheat (because the vapor is hotter than the liquid) and each plate starts to boil, thereby producing more steam.
You will also notice that the lid on the plate looks more like a cup. These allow the liquid to spill into them and drain back to the plate below to evaporate later. This also ensures that the plates will not overflow and the steam will heat your liquid bed appropriately.
Each time the steam condenses and then changes back to steam, a phase change occurs and completes a distillation cycle. This also occurs at the top of the electroplating column, which we call a fractionator. Now, this ingenious device is a tube in a shell condenser, and its through tube is large enough to move in both directions. So, at some point, steam will continue to move upward, and some of the steam will hit the plate below.
The steam passing through the condenser travels towards the end of the road or the shotgun condenser. This is another tube in the shell condenser, but the through tube of this tube is much smaller, which creates more surface space for the steam to be shot down.
The vapor is now in its final liquid state and will pour out of the parrot. Don't forget to put your altimeter there and see what ABV you have created!
This is the basic beginner's version of column distillation. It is a phase change that occurs repeatedly, with the assistance of distillation tower components such as copper plates and bubble caps, until it encounters a cooling condenser, where it becomes the final liquid, and is now called "liquid courage" by young children.
The special attention we give in the final quality inspection of each work is also a guarantee of unparalleled reliability and robustness. If you have any needs or questions, please contact us.