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Old 07-01-2008, 10:22 PM
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Does anyone use a "push-pull" Reactor?

The guy that I am working with showed me plans for a "push-pull" reactor. Supposedly produces higher quality bio, and claims to so good no washing is needed (sorry, I don't think I push it that far, but if it is better quality going into the wash...) Anyway curious as to what your opinions are.

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Meet Graham: Graham's biodiesel docs.

He's another bio "nut" that has done some great work. I haven't built his processor, but other's I know have and think it's great.
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Thanks for the site Don

this answered a few remaining questions that we had on how to make a few different parts. thanks again, will forward this to my partner.
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I use his GL! process and built my processor accordingly. Works great so far. Working on a centrifuge to speed up the finish fuel time so as to not have to relay on settling 100% to filter out the soaps.
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