8 Gallon (30 Liter) Copper Distillation Thumper for 25 Gallon (95 Liter) stills

8 Gallon Copper Distillation Thumper with 3" access and triclamp, temperature gauge, and 1/2" ball valve drain. Vertical piping with 3/4" pipe.
Manufacturer: Stampede Stills

This Copper 8 Gallon Thumper/Condenser is the perfect addition to an 24 to 28 gallon still. The advantages of a thumper would be gaining a higher proof on the first run and/or to add back flavor that is lost during the first distillation process from the pot.  This thumper can also be used a barrel still or column still depending on how you make attachments.

8 Gallon Thumper

3" ferrule with locking triclamp, gasket and stainless sanitary end cap

Temperature gauge placed at the vapor line to help you manage your still

1/2" ball valve drain for quick emptying.

3/4" copper pipe stubbed out ready for plumbing to your still (if you need help with this part, please contact us as will need measurements to help you).

20 oz Revere copper and silver based, lead-free solder



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