15L fractional distiller This page describes some technical aspects of the
"Alex 15" 15L fractional still.
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"Alex 15" 15L FRACTIONAL STILL
The 15L fractional still.
The unit is the smallest in the range of our fractional
While this still is the smallest one, it still has the full
functionality of a
fractional still. 15L distiller includes a 15-liter
stainless steel boiler with a waste release valve. A
fractional column with a packed reflux cartridge slides into
the primary column and turns it into the fractional: the
outer distillation column is empty inside. It acts as a
stripping column, producing stripped alcohol at 3L per hour.
In fractional distillation, the removable cartridge should
be inserted into the primary column - converting it into a
fractional column with valve reflux ratio control.
15L fractional still has 100% stainless steel construction, and
there is no ethanol and plastic contact. The plastic tubes are
for the cooling water supply only. The sliding column is made of
stainless steel and packed with stainless steel coils. Note that
the latest models do not have a sliding cartridge but are filled
with removable packing instead.
15L fractional still is designed for exploitation with an
electric stove or gas burner so that anyone can enjoy this
distiller regardless of location and kind of power supply - use
your electric cooker. The still is compact and mobile and can
fit into a medium-sized bag. The 15L fractional distiller is
ideal for hobby alcohol distilling.
The new model N15 still resembles a bigger N25 unit and is also
equipped with an electric heater.
The "Alex 15" 15L still makes 600mL - 1000mL of pure 95% alcohol
per hour. The 15L still produces alcohol on a small scale that
can be used as fuel, medicinal, or as a base for alcoholic
drinks production. The "Alex 15" fractional still can be
equipped with an infusion chamber (sold separately) for
herbs-infused alcoholic drinks production - gin, for example.