How To Make Your Own Pressure Cooker, Or Still.




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SupraViperhead: Good thing I came here to make a pressure cooker, not a still, haha.

Tyler Winebrenner: i took a tea kettle into the metal shop at school and welded the lid shut and welded a brass fitting in the spout

Eric Harbour: You sir are an idiot... You are dangerous to yourself and to others as well. Your "You should be ok." leads people to make the same mistakes as you. I don't have the time to write everything you have done that is dangerous process and product wise. You have made an unstable bomb that produces a product that could be toxic. This video needs to be deleted.

Chilli Bongo KING: when he said "all kinds of toxic in it like ethanol" he mant methanol. Ethanol is the non toxic one

Alex Smyth: What type of sealant can be used for this?

moshy adam: I live In new england lol mass I have a ocean state job lot u should hook me up with ur mash and ill give u mine lol 

Jim Bob: That's not a pressure cooker idiot.

AMAC: NIce video. Also, balls!

Brandon Collins: You messed up on the title, I think this is what you were going for:"How NOT to make your own pressure cooker, or still."

Chad Howarth: Start at 150 degrees or so. That way the methanol comes out by itself. Once you're not getting anything at that temp, go up to 175 or so and switch to a new catch. This will be mostly ethanol with water mixed in, 190 proof tops... probably less.

diablofire2424: please dont make videos on subjects that you dont know about im fifteen and i know the concepts of making a pressure cooker into a still but i dont make videos on it you cant make a video on just basic knowledge you have to put in your hours

jason mortimer: you obviously have no idea.

Dan Bock: It is a pressure cooker after what he's done to it idiot.

colten birkbeck: What did u use for the sealant on the lid????

Patrick Tinker: I've went a got all the stuff I need to make still, I even bought a presser cooker. But IM having problems I put some water in to try it and it hardly dripped out a quarter of a cup. Idk what to do please HELP

0797buda: use a draft excluder with a stick back. the are very cheap easy to fit. i started with flour and water this will work but is not worth trying can get messy trying to repair leaks when the still is running + that liquid that your trying to catch is flammable i have had a accident and set fire to a cooker hood. dont leave the still unattended till your happy with the design thats tried and tested 

jeffreybones86: Are you sure thats 3/8 copper looks like 1/2 inch unless you have super tiny fingers lol

Dillonfromforks: YOU ARE A freakING RETARD AND YOURE GOING TO GET ALOT OF PEOPLE KILLED. DO NOT FOLLOW THIS MORONS ADVICE ON HOW TO MAKE A STILL. THE RUBBER GASKETS ARE NOT FOOD GRADE THEY ARE LACED WITH HARMFUL AND DEADLY CHEMICALS. 

seoulkidd1: What kind of drill bit did you use?

colten birkbeck: What did u use for the sealant on the lid????

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mccullough7197: It's most Likely silicone because silicone is none toxic that's why we use it in our cook wear

sawceed: From what I was told it is no easy task to drill stainless steel so how did u drill the holes in the top if the pot as I am a newb in the game

lasvegasjo: same toxins by drinking water tap or fkn bottled. go figure

Chris J: Yes it can be toxic. Methanol is a by product of the fermentation process, and is highly toxic to us. It can do anything from make you blind to death with as little as 5-10 mL. Methanol though, has a boiling point of around 145F. So the first bit that does come off may or may not contain Methanol as the temperature rises. Always toss the heads and tails...

dan cooper: It seems that I'm the only one in the world that knows the difference between the words "then" and "than".

the fanninator: why cant you use aluminum in the still

MrIHADANACCOUNT: LOL. No modifications needed. This puppy IS a bomb waiting for the opportunity to send a thermometer or multiple pairs of vice-grips through the eyes and heads of anyone within 10 feet! (It's a good thing that this one did NOT build up high pressure.

North Charleston: Hello chubs, you need to keep the temp anywhere between 180 and 208. When you hit around 170, lower the heat to slowly let it rise and monitor how hot your coil is. Touch it every few degrees. When it gets hot you know you are making shine. Lower your temp a bit. If the pipe cools you know to raise it back where it was. Setups and elevation affect production. You do not want a boil just steam. Above 170 you want a slow heat rise. Less heat the better to prevent water steam. Leaks are the enemy.

Chance Wheatley: How much will this make??

MelMels nRich: and dont use silicone caulking for bathroom tile as a sealant, it becomes supple and may leak under the high heat and pressure, use permatex, its the stuff mechanics use to seal gaskets on engine blocks and will withstand the heat and wont go soft

Seth Chambliss: make the hole just big enough to get ur copper tubing thru it..it will be a tight fit... and then use wet flower to seal up around it....after it dries it will be air tight...and u wont have to worry about any toxins from rubber or plastic leaking into the shine.

Phil Wallace: You are a freaking idiot.

Matthew Harris: Quick question... I like this idea so I think I'm going to use your idea. However, I was wondering if the pot has to be stainless steel or if aluminum would work? I only have aluminum and would prefer to not go buy a new pot. Thank you.

Josh Walden: I'm going to try and use a rubber band to seal my steal, I have a different set up with a pot than he does, but it is basically the same idea just updated a little. The flour dough seal is a mess and a hassle to do every time I run so I want to find a simpler way to do it. this sounds interesting!

James Raulerson: Them rubber stoppers would have you wanting to lick the butthole out of a dead skunk to get that taste out of your mouth. Luckily being in New England, there's plenty of those things laying on the side of the road. Just use holes big enough for everything to fit and pack it with balls of dough. Dough won't taint your distillation.

wingmanalive: He said the sealant could make poison, not the flour/water mix.

bamaoutlawxxx: i made the same one....i had a cheap temp.gauge....thought i was at about 175 was actuially at 168....get a real temp gauge.....i make about 2 1/2 quarts after tossing the first 60 ml. and then get about a jar of shine at about 80 proof.

enament: You are going to do this on a gas burner! Is your insurance going to cover that?

MAtt Snider: This guy is a crack head man he doesn't know crap. The only info this jackass got his informataion from was from Moonshiners tv show. This freaking guy is freaking up American History and these are the freaking assholes that r doing this crap just to make money. Instead of living history for another 3000 years.

iiiears: Wanted to make a distiller and use something like Tube and Fin Transmission Cooler with electric fan in place of the container of water. Does anyone know if the type of stainless steel is important? - Thaknk you for the video nick. It wis helpful. Not sure i would use any stoppers would prefer threaded fittings particyularly with alcohol. w Distilling water produces corrosive chlorine so there is that. - THX again.

pxmstr: I think ur vid is suburb!!

amore0421: why not use a pressure cure instead of a pot?

Presten Schmidt: Hey dude I made my still and I based it off your design but I used an actually pressure cooker. This is my first time . What did you use to make your hooch and what was your process if you don't mind me asking? My email is pnaoutlaw@hotmail.com. Any help is appreciated

Donald Shipley: hey this guy is funny .. better off doing sit downfor awhile and work yur way up to doing stand up

cenzo227: I just used a paint can instead of the pressure cooker cause I'm cheap and an empty paint can at home depot is 2$ so

CamoKing: Have you had any problems with the stoppers leaching a bad taste or getting sick from the oils in natural rubber stoppers?

Seth Chambliss: Take tht back..he did say ethanol but he meant methanol lol...bad idea using rubber and any kind of sealant tho...and just a FYI if ur gonna have a bucket filled with Ice for ur worm to go through...make sure u drill a hole in the bottom of the bucket so tht when the ice melts the water doesn't come out of the hole tht u have the end of ur worm coming out of...or just use wet flower to seal up tht hole..and use it to seal up the holes on the lid also...it will seal up air tight and it wont rele

Shaw Family Videos: Dude, that's not a presser cooker! Don't look real safe. Alcohol Vapors are extremely flammable, Those vapors leak outta that pot and reach the open gas flame when you get to the end of your run... you got your self a bomb! Your lucky you didn't Blow up your kitchen Bro!

School: Thanks for teaching us how to fix it. The problem with most Medical assistant in california is usually the cost of education. Hopefully it'll pay off. Thanks again.
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