King Still Copper Glass Reflux Still 100GC: Copper Glass Reflux Condenser with 4x 4in Bubble Plate Sections with 100L Stainless Steel Boiler Distillation System


KINGSTILL Copper Glass Reflux Still 100GC: Copper Glass Reflux Condenser with 4x 4in Bubble Plate Sections with 100L Stainless Steel Boiler

This system includes:

100L / 11 Gallon (Total Volume) SUS304 Electric boiler (Thickness 2mm)  

  • 1PC 5.5KW electric heating elements
  • 1PC Analog/digital thermometer
  • 1 in drain valve at bottom of boiler 
  • Boiler cap for 4” column
  • Size: diameter 500mm, depth 450mm

4 Plates 4 Inch COPPER Glass Column

  • 4" 4 sections GLASS distillery tower with 4sections of 150mm 4" glass tubes, 4 pcs of 4" copper bubble plates
  • 200MM copper dephlegmator
  • 4”-2” copper reducer
  • 180 degree 2” bend and 450mm 3” copper condenser
  • 250mm diameter Copper Helmets
  • Thermometers in the 4”-2” reducer
  • Copper parrot with drain valve
  • A pack of water tubes and push-fits
  • All clamps and gaskets for connection

Electric Control Box 

  • Rated for 220V or 110V single phase 50-60 Hz. 
  • Control nut for adjusting heating element power

    Distillation Equipment - Operational Guide


    KINGSTILL is the trusted source for distillery equipment capable of performing the highest quality distillations. Our collection of professional distilling equipment is  perfect for small-scale distillers and spirit company who are seeking quality and durability in producing the finest spirits. As the manufacturer of the great compact distillers, our innovations are renowned in the world of distillation. With the most sophisticated equipment, you can greatly improve your distilling operations. Our alcohol distilling equipment includes the essentials every distiller need. We are dedicated to providing the finest professional distilling equipment.

    The distillation and storage of alcoholic spirits have some potentially fatal dangers associated with it. This home distiller can product very hight strength ethanol, up to 95% Alcohol by Volume (ABV) or 190 Proof. Abiding by the following basic safety rules will reduce any risk:

    • The greatest risk to your health during distilling is the risk of fire. Distillation involves the collection of a flammable liquid near a heat source. Thus, it's crucial to keep a fire extinguisher nearby.

    • Check your equipment carefully before each run. Ensure all the openings and pathways are not blocked, and all valves are working.

    • Never leave the running home distiller unattended.

    • Do not run the home distiller while you are tired, sick, upset, or under the influence of alcohol or any other intoxicating drugs.

    • Do not allow vapours or liquid product to be anywhere near a heat source, especially a naked flame.

    • Ensure that the distilling area is well ventilated and wipe up any liquid spills immediately.

    Step by Step Operational Guide:

    1. Connect your distillers/stills to the heat source and cooling water source

    2. Carefully siphon/pump your fermented wash into your distiller/still to approximately 3/4 of its volume. The wash can foam up when first heated so do not overfill.

    3. Bring the wash up to boiling temperature and start the cooling water through the condensers once the temperature rises to about 50°C to 60°C. Distillation starts at any point from here.

    4. FORESHOTS: Collect up to 80°C (175°F). Discard this as it contains some amount of methanol and other poison.

    5. HEADS: Collect from 80°C (176°F) to (91°C) 197°F, usually + 80% ABV (+160 proof). This can be re-distilled later.

    6. HEARTS: Collect and save from 91°C (196°F) to 95°C (203°F), start round 80% ABV (160 proof) until below 65% ABV (130 proof) or personal experience. This is the best stuff.

    7. TAILS: From over 95°C (203°F) to 97°C/ 98°C (207°F/208°F), collect until the taste and smell prove to no alcohol. This can be re-distilled.

    8. Stop distilling the moment the temperature gets to 96°C to prevent the flavours from getting nasty.

    9. Set aside any distillate that smells of tails/fuels. You can add such distillate to the wash of the next run, and cleaned up then.

    10. Turn off the power, then the cooling water.

    11. Open the lid of the distiller/stills so that it doesn't create a vacuum inside the distiller & crush it.

    12. Wash up your distillers/stills, dry, and keep in a safe place.