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  • augiedoggy
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    Originally posted by gculhane View Post
    That's what I would think to, good luck Sean, On most vent condensing systems in just lite spray, below the 180° elbow.

    Gregg Culhane
    Yes , The water would have to travel up and over the bend which isnt going to happen on a properly designed system. Plus the cold water spray actually created a negative pressure which aids in pulling the steam from the kettle so Ive been told.

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  • Sgaura79
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    Originally posted by gculhane View Post
    That's what I would think to, good luck Sean, On most vent condensing systems in just lite spray, below the 180° elbow.

    Gregg Culhane
    Thanks Greg! Just saw this haha

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  • gculhane
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    That's what I would think to, good luck Sean, On most vent condensing systems in just lite spray, below the 180° elbow.

    Gregg Culhane

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  • Sgaura79
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    Originally posted by gculhane View Post
    I don't think it really matters, other then maybe mineral build up, ??
    That's what I figured. I don't see how water could make it's way into the kettle. The mineral build is a concern I have though.
    Thanks for your input

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  • gculhane
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    I don't think it really matters, other then maybe mineral build up, ??

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  • Sgaura79
    started a topic Brew Kettle Condenser Water (city or filtered?)

    Brew Kettle Condenser Water (city or filtered?)

    Hello,

    Any thoughts on whether to run plain city water or filtered water to a kettle steam condenser?

    Thanks,
    Sean
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