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Old 04-16-2008, 11:08 AM
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Hey all,

I've been thinking about making bio diesel and am looking to get a kit. I kind of want to stay away from 'making' one from a whole bunch of different materials because I don't think I have the knowledge to do this properly. Do any of you have any experience with this processor?

Freedom Fueler Biodiesel Processor

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Hey all,

I've been thinking about making bio diesel and am looking to get a kit. I kind of want to stay away from 'making' one from a whole bunch of different materials because I don't think I have the knowledge to do this properly. Do any of you have any experience with this processor?

Freedom Fueler Biodiesel Processor

Thanks in advance,
Brian
If you are willing to pay that much for a processor I would seriously consider the BioPro 150 or BioPro 190.

Utah Biodiesel Supply - Bio Pro 150 Automated Biodiesel Processor

This is what I was seriously looking at. They are fully automatic and I have read nothing but great reviews about them. However, after much debate I decided that I didn't want to play around with dangerous chemicals. I'm way to much of a klutz to be messin around with chemicals that can kill me.

I see that you're in Jersey too. I would check with your local regulations in regards to keeping methanol and lye at your residence.
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