Here is a sweet filtering system. Can filter almost anything down to 0.5 micron. Operates at a volume of about 20-50 gpm depending on product.
wvo filtering set up with video
watch the video have fun
few more wvo video links
The basic minimum for dino diesel is 5 micron, now almost no one uses that standard, most stations take it down to 2-3 microns, some applications e.g. jet fuel is taken down to .5 micron.
When I hit the Lotto, I'm gonna buy that filtering system.. It would take me hitting the Lotto to be able to afford that thing.
<<<EDIT>>> I was talking about the mammoth black pump not the kung poa jette set up of course..
1993 Dodge 2500, SVO, Banks Turbo Package, Exhaust Brake, etc etc.
For the planet.
That appears to be a fuel tank polisher system. You use them when you have dirty tanks. I have seen them used on boats.
Gannamede how is that sand filter comming along, update please!
1985 300SD 326K no mods, his 59K on veg(since October 05)
01 Jetta TDI 251K stock, my sons 107k on veg(since august 06)
99 Suburban 6.5L 252K stock, 1,500k on veg(since sept 08)gone, tranny broke, 98 E300 TD 157K stock, hers,5K on blend of Dino and my mix,75% WVO, 25% stale RUG, AMSOIL cetane boost, AMSOIL diesel fuel modifier, pure gum turpentine, acetone
Check into the centrofuge setup. Expensive? Getting started, yes but after getting going, no more buying filters. I've just gotten set up and am happy as a clam, or whatever the saying goes!! There are a couple of discussions going right now!!
Here is my $9.00 pre-filter:
The housing-easily founding laying around pretty much anywhere. The holes were cut with a 1-1/4" hole saw.
The filter media-old t-shirts. I just went through a pile my mom was going to donate to the salvation army.
Why did this all cost $9.00? I ordered 12" stainless steel hose clamps from McMaster-Carr in order to fasten the filter media to the housing. They only came in packs of five. Not a bad deal as far as I'm concerned. The t-shirts filter out all of the big crud (breading, fries, even flour to an extent) and some of the PHO depending on the temperature. I try to let the oil cool by sitting in the shade if the cubee/bucket has been sitting in the sun.
2003 F-350 FX4 7.3L
lots of wvo filter ideas at this link
I have a question. It seems that you really know what your doing. I am new to wvo but I really like it. I have a perfect location to set up wvo production for personel and farm use. I am in tennessee. Do you ever assist setting up a wvo production. I would be willing to pay to get it set up properly. I am a mechanical contractor so I have a pretty good idea but could use some direction. thanks a lot. airtimetom.
I'm in TN,if your near me.I could show you.
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83 SD straight exhaust 94 Cobra
Cold air,real cold.Cobra electric radiator fan,Monark nozzles,10 psi electric fuel pump.85 amp alternator 12" subs.23 psi boost, 30 micron filter,an 5 micron filter added
2 tank,wvo,boost guage ,line heaters,coolant heater Fattywagons customer. 99 S320 with 75 more hp.
best way to clean your oil is to use a 100 micron filter to pull the big stuff out, then use a centrifuge to pull all the fine particulate matter out which is suspended in the oil. I you start using the centrifuge you will see all the crap that filters dont catch and then wonder what the hell that crap has been doing to your engine prior to the use of the centrifuge. Shocking your system with diesel additive to clean the injectors is all fine and dandy, but best results are obtained through the use of a centrifuge.
may want to take a look at this link lots of wvo filtering ideas photo's and video
Hey Gannamede I was thinking of trying sand filtration and saw this old post . How did it work out ? :-)
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