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Old 11-01-2006, 07:00 PM
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Drying Bio

I'm looking to speed up the drying process of my bio. I just got some spray nozzels that I'm going to experiment with.
My question to those here that wash and dry is what temp do you heat the bio to when spray (mist) drying.
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OK. Maybe this will be a better question.
How do you dry your diesel??
I'm looking for input on how to dry the bio after the wash. I know Fabman and some others don't wash, but is there anyone here that does and if so how do you dry it.
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