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Old 04-26-2007, 05:19 PM
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Fabman have you or anyone heard of this stuff. A friend has been in contact with this guy and he's saying it's better than Magnesol. According to their web site you use less and it costs less than magnesol from Fryerpower.
http://www.floridabiodieselinc.com/biodry.html
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Old 04-26-2007, 09:53 PM
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Yes, I've heard of it, and been to their website. My problem with it is no studies have been done like with Magnesol. I think I may order a small amount and try it, then check the results with my Gas Chromatograph.

I'm a little sceptical about it tho, the Chinese tried shipping the same chemical that magnesol sells in the US and run into a stone wall because The Dallas Group [ the people who own Magnesol] have it patented and nobody can import it here.
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What you guys really need to do is take some magnesol and some regular magnesium silicate and compare them under a microscope to see if magnesol really is any different.

my money says its not.. I would imagine their markup is probably huge compared to the cost of a bag of raw material.
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Hey Fabman- have you ever heard of anyone using either muriatic acid, or sulfuric acid to dry bio? I was told that it is ok?????
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Hey Fabman- have you ever heard of anyone using either muriatic acid, or sulfuric acid to dry bio? I was told that it is ok?????
Huh???? Makes absolutely no sense! New one on me..............
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