This listing closed and did not sell.

"Alex 25" Home Brew Still Brand new item

  • No reserve No reserve 
  • Closed: Sat 6 Mar 2010, 8:30 pm
Listing #: 275011001
"Alex 25" - ALcohol EXtractor is the only still on the market that has the uniform stainless still construction and has no any plastic plugs, seals and valves that is heavily used in most of available on market stills, the ethanol conducting tubes and reflux ratio valve are all made out of stainless steel so there is no ethanol and plastic contact no polymer contamination of ethanol.
The still has two separate columns one for fractional distillation and another for simple pot still mode, with application of infusion chamber the still can be used for botanical infusion of your spirits - Gin distillation...
The fractional distillation offers to you a low cost of distillation (under $4 per liter of 40% vodka) and highest quality possible.
Fractional distiller capable to make real spirit @96% alc/vol (percentage stays the same from start to end of distillation), free of impurities that can be just diluted with water and used without any filtration after few hours of settling.
"Alex 25" fractional still consists of 25L batch vessel equipped with release ball valve for easy waste disposal, 1.5 kw heating element,
Raw spirit production column.
Fractional column.
All construction made of food grade1.5 and 2 mm thick stainless steel
Made in NZ by
Can produce up to 8L of purified spirit in one go.
Production speed is 1.5 L per hour purified spirit, and 3 L p/h raw spirits. Detailed information, step by step CD, manual and GST invoice will be supplied with distiller.
The infusion chamber on photo is only example and not included in this sale.

Shipping details

  • $35.00  Within New Zealand.
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: Christchurch City, Canterbury, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash

About the seller

poliana (146 146 positive feedback) Address Verified Mar 2013
  • 100% positive feedback
  • Member since Mar 2004

Closes: Sat 6 Mar, 8:30 pm. 2010