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Im sure this has been covered many time before but I want to know what the absolute lowest temp for reaction? I have been making 15 gallons at a time and normally been heating to 120 degrees, mixing 30 minutes and settling 2 hours. This has always worked well for me. Now that winter is here it takes considerable time to heat the oil to 120. Last week I heated to around 100 degrees and it seemed to work just fine. Got a nice layer of gly as usual. Trying to save time by not having to heat as long in winter. Anybody ever reacted at temps below 100? Thanks in advance..........Maxx
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