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Old 01-11-2008, 05:39 PM
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Want to start making bio. I have been scouring the internet for design ideas for my bio production facility(my barn). I have seen a couple of designs, some instruction for thier use, some ideas for supplies. I figured I would pick yalls brains a little while. Any diagrams, recipes, instructions, experiences would be appreciated. I am really tired of paying mohmar for my diesel, would rather help ******* people. I have a basic understanding of the process, just need the details. Thanks ahead of time. Oh, and lots of pics of plants would be great.
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Old 01-12-2008, 06:31 AM
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Here's an excellent site:
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Glad to hear it! The aforementioned sight is a good one. After spending the last year researching and collecting oil, I went into small scale production a few weeks ago. Have produced 85 gallons so far, in three batches. IMO unless you want/like spending your time researching, collecting, designing, and building a processor, just buy a BIOPRO.

Had I known about them first and had any idea the amount of time and expense I would invest in this project, I would have spent the $8,000 for their plug-n-play model. Check it out and let me know what you think. I will be glad to give you the benefit of my experience, but the biodiesel formats are extremely knowledgable...I'm still considered a NB.

Love the sound of my truck on this stuff...had a bad injector before I started on it and haven't got it fixed yet, but it still is much quieter and I am producing excellent quality fuel...better than anything you can buy!

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