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Old 06-03-2008, 12:59 AM
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Pre-Heating before centrifuge

Hey everyone, just wondering if anyone has some experience with the dieselcraft centrifuge oc20. I'm wondering if it is necessary to pre heat the wvo to 160 f before running it through the centrifuge, or if it can just be gradually heated while cyclicly passing it by two water heater elements. I have based my system on Dieselcraft Centrifuge for WVO and it seems that sunwizard does't pre heat. Thanks in advance everyone
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