So I had a thought about an hour ago
I have two6×6 bases I could turn one into a still and the other into a pressure recovery vessel. It would essentially closed loop reduce the oils in a “still” style recovery + if I still it down in the spllater platter and recover the alcohol in the regualr base I’ll be able to just pour/scrape the splatter platter.
Here’s how i would do it i would have the splatter platter base on a 175°F burner and have the top 1.5" triclamp openeing sealed off with a triclamp cover. It would boil and go thru a stainless hose on the recovery port. The vapors would condense back into alcohol thru the dewaxing column and go thru another braided teflon hose into another 6×6 base (recovery). There would be a vacuum applied on the 6×6 recovery base.
Should i do this? Would it be better to directly add the dewaxing column to the 6×6 base i plan to use as a recovery vessel?