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Smile Biodiesel Processing System

I found this kit a while back and it seems to be the cheapest so far. This summer if I can afford it I would like to purchase it and some large storage containers for the WVO and final product. Does anyone know if this is a good system. I know that it is just the parts and I need to get the drums, bulk storage, and water heater as well as the raw materials. Before I forget the website is:

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I found this kit a while back and it seems to be the cheapest so far. This summer if I can afford it I would like to purchase it and some large storage containers for the WVO and final product. Does anyone know if this is a good system. I know that it is just the parts and I need to get the drums, bulk storage, and water heater as well as the raw materials. Before I forget the website is:

http://www.b100supply.com/index.cfm
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Biodiesel Processing System


Thanks.
Could'nt say...............I don't use an appleseed style processer.

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That's a nice system and used by many home brewers but my preference is to monitor the reaction externally versus enclosed(water heater),mine is water heater,reaction drum,wash drum and dry/final drum mostly due to extra space I haveClick the image to open in full size.
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