All drawings and the bill of material are complete! The individual drawings are linked to the corresponding module at the main page. The complete BoM as per today can be found below.

Module Item Description Quantity Unit
1 Electrical Enclosure 200x120x75 mm 1 pcs
1 Cable gland M25 1 pcs
1 Cable gland M16 3 pcs
1 Pipe bracket 15-19 mm 2 pcs
1 Pipe bracket 31-45 mm 1 pcs
1 Fender washer M8 30 mm 4 pcs
1 Hex nut M8 5 pcs
1 Thread Bolt M8, 30 mm 2 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 15×1, 100 mm 1 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 15×1, 20 mm 4 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 15×1, 56 mm 1 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 15×1, 24 mm 1 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 18×1, 270 mm 1 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 18×1, 235 mm 1 pcs
2 Packing copper mesh 2 pcs
2 Copper Pipe 12×1, 319 mm 1 pcs
2 Elbow 90° 15×15 7 pcs
2 Elbow 45° 15Ax15 1 pcs
2 Reduced Coupler 15Ax12 3 pcs
2 Reduced Coupler 18Ax15 3 pcs
2 Reduced Sleve 18×15 1 pcs
2 Tee Piece 18x15x18 3 pcs
2 Insulation, 26 mm x20 mm foam self-seal, 0,5 m 1 pcs
3 Pump, Ulka HF, 240V, 22W 1 pcs
3 Cable 240 VAC, 2-wire, 100 mm 1 pcs
3 Blade connectors 2 pcs
3 Cable 240 VAC, 100 mm 1 pcs
3 Ring terminal 1 pcs
3 Heat shrink tubing, 10 mm 2 pcs
4 Silicone tubing 10 mm x 2 mm, 100 mm 2 pcs
4 Silicone tubing 16 mm x 2 mm, 10 mm 1 pcs
4 Silicone tubing 20 mm x 2 mm, 20 mm 2 pcs
4 Silicone tubing 20 mm x 2 mm, 35 mm 1 pcs
4 Silicone tubing 20 mm x 2 mm, 45 mm 1 pcs
4 Copper pipe 6×1, 10 mm 1 pcs
4 Hose clamp 16-20mm 8 pcs
4 Hose clamp 10-16mm 2 pcs
5 Heating cardrige 8mm x 150mm AC 220V 200W 1 pcs
5 Temperature Controler Switch, normally closed protector, switch temperature 100 C 1 pcs
5 Cable 240V AC, 2-wire 1 pcs
5 Hose clamp 18-26mm 3 pcs
5 Tin foil, aluminium 100 x 1000 mm 1 pcs
5 Heat shrink tubing, 10 mm 2 pcs
6 SSR relais module 2 pcs
6 AC-DC-Converter, power supply 110-240 VDC, 5 VDC 1 pcs
6 Pin header, 3 pin 1 pcs
6 Cable 240V AC, 3-wire, 150 mm 1 pcs
6 USB cable, Type B plug, 200 mm 1 pcs
6 Power cord, 3 wire, 240 VAC, 1 m 1 pcs
6 Power plug 1 pcs
6 PCB matrix board, 80 x 50 1 pcs
6 Screw terminal block, 2-Pin 1 pcs
6 Screw terminal block, 3-Pin 1 pcs
7 Arduino uno board or clone 1 pcs
7 Arduino shield, prototype board 1 pcs
7 Resistor 4.7k 1 pcs
7 Wire, 80 mm 1 pcs
7 Pin socket, 3 pin 1 pcs
7 Pin socket, 2 pin 1 pcs
8 Cable, 2-wire, 100 mm 1 pcs
8 Heat shrink tubing, 10 mm 8 pcs
8 Pin header, 2 pin 1 pcs
8 Pin header, 3 pin 2 pcs
8 Temperature sensor, DS18B20 2 pcs
8 Cable, 3-wire, 400 mm 1 pcs
9 Pin header, 3 pin 3 pcs
9 Pin header, 2 pin 1 pcs
9 Cable, 3-wire, 150 mm 3 pcs
9 Push button, LED backlight, yellow 1 pcs
9 Push button, LED backlight, red 1 pcs
9 Push button, LED backlight, green 1 pcs
9 Switch, LED backlight, white 1 pcs
9 Cable 240 VAC, 2-wire, 150 mm 1 pcs
9 Cable, 2-wire, 150 mm 1 pcs

3 thoughts to “Bill of Material ver 0.1

  • Christian

    Hi Robert!
    This is a very nice project but a had some difficulties.
    The pump, for example, seems to be too big.
    I ordered the ulka ep5 as in the description; it’s diameter is about 5,2 cm.
    The outlet diameter is bigger, too.
    I guess I should have ordered the ulka HF.
    The 15mm pipe (part 13) seems to be 10-15mm too short – it’s just 4mm inside the enclosure.
    Please have a look and tell me if I did something wrong!

    Best regards from Hamburg,
    Christian

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    • Robert

      Hi Christian
      You are perfectly right. It should read Ulka HF. I am sorry for the confusion and the hassle caused. I updated bill of material and drawing accordingly.

      Regarding the pipe ending inside the case. It is pretty short yes. May be the height of the cable glands you are using is different? Usually there should be 10 mm of copper pipe to fix the tube at.

      Best regards
      Robert

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  • Christian

    Hi Robert, it’s me again!
    I’m not sure but I’m not able to get the pump inlet tube through the M16 cable gland.
    The outer diameter of the tube is 14mm.
    I think that’s not possible.
    Can you please give me kind of a manual for the microstill? It’s my first electronic project and I neither got knowledge of destilling.
    Which buttons have to be pushed, why; how do I separate the metanol?
    I really look forward to get this working,
    Thank you!

    Kind regards,
    Christian

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