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Old 05-06-2010, 04:20 PM
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Rancid WVO

Hello all. I am interested in making my own biodiesel and have been reading up on how the process works. Recently I ran across the chance to pick up a few hundred gallons of old oil. I was told that it was rancid. Im not sure what that means and how that would affect using a rancid oil to make biodiesel. Anyone with knowledge about this? Thanks in advance.
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I geuss you would have to elaborate on Rancid. IT could mean high titration, very puke smelling, Or milky watery oil.
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