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GL1 dewatering: is heating to 190F necessary? Alot of SVO'ers heat to 140F
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Hi all,

I've finally got my processor up and running. Just trying it out to identify major leaks and such. Theres a few things I did that did not completely work out, but it still works Smile

One of the questions I have about dewatering w/ the GL1 ecosystem is how hot do you get the oil? Graham say 190F, but if you read alot of posts from the WVO guys, they dewater around 140-160F. Is it possible to do so at, say, 150F using the GL1? Has any GL1 builder dewatered at temperatures lower than 190F?

Thanks,
Bob

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