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Does anyone know what causes suspened glycerin in your homemade bio? I have been happily making for two years now, but seem to have a bad reaction. It seperated into three layers instead of two, one dark, one a little lighter, then normal looking bio on top. When I drained off these two layers, the bio won't filter, the filters keep plugging up, just instantly, without even a gallon going through. What causes this.
Whats FFA, I don't use any animal fats, only completely liquid oils. What do you mean, like reacting the same stuff again? I don't have a pH tester or anything like that, I just do trial and error test batches.
Sounds like a soap layer, a good indicator of to much water present.
Soaps form when there are a lot of FFAs present which indicates an incomplete reaction.
Sometimes you can break the emulsion (soap) layer by heating.
2006 F350 4X4 Crew Cab King Ranch edition strictly factory, for now.
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