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I hope all this is useful for you. Cheers.

Statistics: Posted by syrinx — Tue Mar 21, 2017 2:16 pm

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I've adjusted the units in the preferences into the usual French units (°C, kg, L, g, ...)

But in few menus, there are still the US units: fermenters, yeast, calculator for mashing.

Please have a look to these picture in a Word file.

Thank you.

Statistics: Posted by syrinx — Tue Mar 21, 2017 5:48 am

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ColoradoBrewer wrote:

Also, you will need to copy your library files to your new laptop in order have your saved recipes and personalized settings available. If you don't know how to do this you should be able to find the info easily by searching the forum. If not, just come back and I or someone else will tell you how.

Also, you will need to copy your library files to your new laptop in order have your saved recipes and personalized settings available. If you don't know how to do this you should be able to find the info easily by searching the forum. If not, just come back and I or someone else will tell you how.

Thank! That's an important detail!

Statistics: Posted by slothrob — Sat Mar 11, 2017 12:58 pm

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Preboil, you had 28L x 1 gallon/3.785 L x 42 points/gallon = 310 points

310.8/445 = 0.698, or 69.8% eff.

However, postboil you had (14.6 L + 3.6 L) ÷ 3.785 L/gal x 58 points/gallon = 279 total points

279/445 = 0.627 or 62.7 % efficency.

So, you have either a gravity or volume measurement error, somewhere.

Statistics: Posted by slothrob — Thu Feb 23, 2017 10:41 am

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I should of got 29.5L @ 100°C ( 1.039 ) pre boil. My actual was 28L @ 1.042.

I had my boil off set to 3L/hr & a 90min boil so loss to boil should of been 4.5L. I ended up boiling off quite a bit more with only 14.6L to my fermenter + my 3.6L of trub but my gravity was 1.058 temp corrected instead of 1.046 expected. My efficiency was therefore more like 74% to work out my grain bill. My boil off would be something more like 5L/hr at a guess.

I went into the dilution calculator & put in my 14.6L fluid 1 volume

I put in 1.058 fluid gravity 1

I left 1.000 for fluid gravity 2

I put 20L ( expected fermenter volume ) in combined volume

I then get 5.4L in fluid 2 volume

I get 1.042 combined gravity which is short of my expected 1.046 for the recipe.

If I then change my fluid 2 volume to 3.7L, combined volume is then 18.3L @ 1.046 ( recipe expected )

So adding 3.7L to my 14.6L I'll get 1.046 but only 18.3L instead of 20L expected into my fermenter. How would this be worked out in my recipe for my efficiency?

If any of you can possibly help, I would greatly appreciate your knowledge.

Thanks in advance

Brian

Statistics: Posted by Crusty — Thu Feb 23, 2017 12:47 am

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Statistics: Posted by deano1602 — Sat Feb 18, 2017 4:35 pm

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