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Old 07-12-2014, 06:25 PM
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Biodiesel water heaters, are these good?

I picked up a number of 240v I believe, 50 gallon water heaters, ball valve drain on bottom, in and out on top plus pressure relief and electrical hookup.

8 total, pulled from service for an apartment remodel... Would that kind be good for making Biodiesel?
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that's pretty much what we use. Google "Appleseed processor" or "Upsidedown Appleseed" for design ideas. Ours has a 1 hp pump instead of the smaller. If i were to make another I would probably invert it (supposed to have better drainage)
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Anyone in the Salem/Indepence are needing a water heater?
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