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Old 12-07-2011, 03:36 PM
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If I remember right he said that it required twice the Magnesol if the Methanol is still in it. I usually recover a little over a gallon of Methanol from the bio after using 5 in the reaction. (37.5 gallons of oil yielding 31-35 gallons of bio).
Are you recovering a little over a gallon from the bio AND the glycerin or just the bio?
Are you heating and running through a condensor? What temp? How long does it take you?

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