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Old 12-09-2008, 08:10 PM
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Appleseed Processor

I am just starting to make my own appleseed processor. I have a quick and easy question (I hope). If I make my processor COMPLETELY self contained is there a possibility during any/all phases of the bio-making process that I will incur any pressure buildup (not including any pressures gained from heating the oil itself) Is it a bad idea to keep the processor contained? (noxious/explosive fumes build-up)? Also, ANY help or do's/don'ts about building my processor would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
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I am just starting to make my own appleseed processor. I have a quick and easy question (I hope). If I make my processor COMPLETELY self contained is there a possibility during any/all phases of the bio-making process that I will incur any pressure buildup (not including any pressures gained from heating the oil itself) Is it a bad idea to keep the processor contained? (noxious/explosive fumes build-up)? Also, ANY help or do's/don'ts about building my processor would be greatly appreciated! Thanks
Your processor should be vented OUTSIDE of the building you use.

We have a biodiesel forum here on FTE, and almost 30 people that make bio. Lots of info, and we're all willing to help you get started. Link to our bio forum: http://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/forum168/

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Oh sorry about that, I have posted in the wrong forum. Any admin please feel free to move my topic to the correct forum. BTW thanks fabmandelux
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