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Old 04-23-2008, 09:21 PM
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Question New To Wvo In Knoxville,tn

Well, I am going to try to get some suppliers of WVO in Knoxville, Tn. Have an old electric water heater, a safe place to make bio, and, Hopefully, will be making it soon! I was wondering if I could use 110V instead of 220 for the heater element and what kind of system works best to clean oil? There is a guy on E-bay selling a Centrifuge made to filter WVO? anyone use these? Also, what do you'll think of the frybird or greasecar systems? I liked Chemistry in school, so i thought I'd try doing that to start and maybe switch to WVO once heated if worth trouble.
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Old 04-24-2008, 10:52 AM
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Do you research

Here is a link to a thread about Bio-d vs WVO. Why not just use biodiesel? - Forums
What kind of driving do you do?
What climate do you live in?
What type of outfit are you driving?
Answering these questions and a few others will help you make the right decision on what fuel to use.
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