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Biodiesel Processors Designs from buckets to expensive stainless steel semi automated processors and photo galleries of processors.


Biodiesel Processors Designs


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WOW!

Nice work Rick. The page is chock full of the best of the best processor info, and the rest of your site continues to be the best place on the net to get good, concise biodiesel info.

Kudos,

Bob


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Big Fat Propaganda Video


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chicken fat to biodiesel video


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A short stop-motion video about glycerol as a byproduct/waste of biodiesel production. Made for the TBP01x pre-course challenge.



The Story of Glycerol





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When the biodiesel fuel truck parks in front of the 12-story, 120,000-square-foot office building on West 20th Street, it draws attention from superintendents in the surrounding buildings.

Fuel for Change: The Biodiesel Alternative

 
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Bacterial and fungal infections in your tank can be hard to deal with. No one knows that better than Marine biodiesel users.

Diesel and Biocides




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Dow Chemical speaks on the little buggers that spoil diesel (and biodiesel).

Microbial Contamination of Diesel Fuel: Impact, Causes and Prevention


The first section will address the impact of uncontrolled microbial contamination of diesel fuels. Its objective is to show the connection between a variety of performance problems and microbial growth in diesel systems. In order to control contamination successfully, operators must understand its causes and dynamics, which will be the focus of the second section. The remainder of the paper will address approaches for preventing and curing microbial contamination.

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Dry fuel is important. This link is for discussion so as not to corrupt Rick's Links:
http://biodiesel.infopop.cc/ev...217068973#4217068973



 
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A Microbial infection can be extremely frustrating as evidenced by this persons experience:

ULSD and Biodiesel Exposed!

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Here is some more fun pics from a microbial disaster, for those interested, fun times...
http://biodiesel.infopop.cc/ev...9605551/m/8097062973
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Microbes can not infect dry fuel. They require water. Keep fuel dry, and there won't be microbes growing in it.



 
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Pressure’s On: A simple gauge can tell you loads about the health of your fuel filter and help prevent unexpected engine woes that come at precisely the wrong moment.


Fuel Filter Gauge





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A two page Technical Bulletin from the EPA on the Diesel Particulate Filter.

Disesel Particulate Filter Operation and Maintenance





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Diesel Power Magazine reprints a GE paper on fuel stability.


Biodiesel Engine Safety - Dieseltech



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Interesting, Rick.

Those guys assume that we all neutralise with acid, which we don't.

I have been aware for a while that acid may not be a good way to neutralise before water washing, depending on soap levels.
 
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Hi Dgs,
I think there is quite a bit of outdated/misinformation in that article. The neutralization comment being one of them.
Even though they state its made in batches I think it is mainly focusing on commercial production techniques.
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I generally try to stick to content less than a year old, but this one slipped through. Looking at the references, I'd estimate the original GE paper to be about 10 years old.

However, there is a lot of information in the article that is not out of date.

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The Green Challenge is the largest international green business plan competition, set up by the Dutch Postcode Lottery. This year has been awarded a start-up that transforms coffee waste in advanced biofuel and a Vietnamese social enterprise.

GREEN START-UP BIO-BEAN WINS GREEN CHALLENGE AND €500,000

 
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