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Still would like more info.
What kind of information are you seeking?
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To start, detailed pictures would be nice.
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To start, detailed pictures would be nice.
If you are referring to the OP, he hasn't posted anything since he started this thread 5 years ago. But here's a great place to see everything you need to know about processors, how to build one, and all things biodiesel:

http://www.make-biodiesel.org/

Easily one of the best sites out there. Information is current, and continually updated with state of the art procedures, processes, and equipment.
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