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Old 11-13-2011, 01:26 PM   #11
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I like electric personally but you could use gas and make one of those amazing instant steam/hot water contraptions using a burner, stove pipe and copper coil.

But if you are renting then it probably is an apartment isn't it? Which means no gas... Oh well.

How big are your batches? A 1500w element would definitely suffice for 5 gal batches. It may not be the quickest but it would work.
To follow up: search for "flash boiler" if you can do gas/propane.

Otherwise 120v electric will do it for a 5 gal batch.


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Old 11-13-2011, 02:23 PM   #12
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You could still use a water heater to fill your system with hot water. Starting out at 120-140 degrees would save a lot of time waiting for the system to get up to temp. But, as mentioned, you wouldn't be able to run this water through a filtration system like RO because the hot temperatures would destroy the membrane.
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