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Old 09-20-2008, 06:12 PM
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Anyone use a Venturi?

Finally finish our Eco-Processor. Not really excited about the performance of the Venturi. Used the plans that were online using pieces of Copper. Would like to make something with a little better suction. Anyone know of good plans?

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I use one for mixing and injecting the methoxide, I got it from B100 supply

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Saw that one too. How long is it? Might need to bite the bullet and just spend the $50.00.

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it's about 10 inches long and works great. I copied the fuelmiester design for their catylst injection lid for the poly tank. all my tanks are stainless but the design realy is great for the injector lid.
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Ya really want to avoid copper coming in contact w/your VO and biodiesel. It accelerates the natural degradation of the oil/fuel. This reaction/degradation is called oxidative polymerization and is currently the biggest 'enemy' of VO and subsequently biodiesel. The biodiesel industry is still struggling to find additives/fuel stabilizers to combat this problem.
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Ya really want to avoid copper coming in contact w/your VO and biodiesel. It accelerates the natural degradation of the oil/fuel. This reaction/degradation is called oxidative polymerization and is currently the biggest 'enemy' of VO and subsequently biodiesel. The biodiesel industry is still struggling to find additives/fuel stabilizers to combat this problem.
might be another reason to get the venturi from B100 supply, I believe it's either plastic or PVC. thanks
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