Thinking about getting the B-60 from Beach Bio for $1339.00 making 45 gal batches but I want to know if you all have any knowledge of Beach bio. Seeing how I lost the Dennys restaurants I can get at least one (hopefully four) sm restaurants
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This site will give you the basics of biodiesel. It contains plans for building an "appleseed" style of processor along with links to kits, and parts. There are many styles of processors, but I would stay away from plastic tank processors. If you build with steel tanks and steel pipe you'll have a much better system, and a lot safer system.
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me and a buddy went in on the beach bio drywash system. The customer service isn't the best. all the parts they sent me probably totaled $600. I had a shipping issue and it took them a month to get me my drywash filter. all you are paying for is the instructions on how to make it. if you do enough research you wont need to spend the extra money. also everything they send you is pvc. i changed everything out with galvanized and brass fittings. the tanks they send you are good but there are other clean drain type tanks. i like the plastic b/c i can see everything going on. no issues. have made 100 gallons so far with no issues.
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