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using hydrogenated WVO

I have been told not to hydrogenated that it is a real PITA to filter. I might have a line on about 300 gallons a month but it is hydrogenated oil. Can I use it? Is there a way to filter it out that wont plug my filters?

I am looking into running straight oil in a vegistroke system
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I have been told not to hydrogenated that it is a real PITA to filter. I might have a line on about 300 gallons a month but it is hydrogenated oil. Can I use it? Is there a way to filter it out that wont plug my filters?

I am looking into running straight oil in a vegistroke system
Find somebody that makes bio and trade it to him for some of his better oil. Hydrogenated oil jells at a lot higher temps, and can be problematic to filter.
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It works if heated

Think about a two tank system where the WVO is heated. You can find out how to use it here FRYBRID SVO/WVO FORUM an open and public discussion of Vegetable Oil as a fuel
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The Vegistroke system is a daul tank set up. You can use that oil if you like but of course you may experience a little longer switch over times. If you have bought a turn key system, then that means your entire Vegistroke system is heated.
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The Vegistroke system is a daul tank set up. You can use that oil if you like but of course you may experience a little longer switch over times. If you have bought a turn key system, then that means your entire Vegistroke system is heated.
that is good news cuz I am planning to get your system just need to save a little more money. What about filtering it is there anything to do to make it clog less?
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