Building A Sap Evaporator

Building A Sap Evaporator - span class news dt mar 26 2014 span nbsp 0183 32 making your sap into syrup and building your own evaporator at the back side of the evaporator between the 2 rows of cinder blocks we placed 2 rows of blocks to create a u shape for the third row of blocks in the back we left a large gap about 6 in the middle between the blocks this would be the start of our chimney span class news dt apr 12 2014 span nbsp 0183 32 how to build an evaporator from stuff laying around step 1 find a level site that won t be growing anything for the next 24 36 months step 2 align rear blocks to leave a gap for the chimney block step 3 add the second layer of blocks on top of the first step 4 use another block to cover alan garbers shares how he built an inexpensive but highly productive maple syrup evaporator i found used steam table pans to be just the ticket steam table pans can be found at any used restaurant.
equipment dealer and at many scrap metal dealers i was able to get my pans for 3 00 to 5 00 each p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div author alan garbers div li ul ul ul div div div li the sweet taste of homemade maple syrup maple syrup is made by collecting sap from maple trees and then figuring out a way to remove the excess water one of the most popular ways to do this is by using an evaporator to heat the sap boiling off this water as steam p div class b factrow b twofr div class b vlist2col ul li div author buy tool bags div li ul ul ul div div div li making a maple syrup evaporator the drum acts as the evaporator and maple sap is added to it until the water from it evaporates and gives the liquid a dark sweet look in the end the maple syrup can be taken out of the evaporator when it reaches the desired temperature all impurities and excess fluid evaporate.
and leaves pure maple syrup in the end span class news dt mar 07 2011 span nbsp 0183 32 build a homemade maple syrup evaporator it takes about 100 square inches of pan surface to boil off one gallon of water per hour steam table trays are approximately 12 inches by 20 inches or 240 square inches which means each pan will as the sap boils the color and consistency will change you can use butter along the edges of the evaporator pan to keep the maple sugar from boiling over the sides of your pan watch the sap carefully and test the quality frequently to ensure you do not over boil your syrup into candy
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