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Hi Everyone.

I have a CJC D38 desorber that I no longer require.

It is perfect for either drying biodiesel after water washing or dewatering the feedstock prior to reaction.

It works on the vacuum principle of lowering the boiling point of water and extracting it. Original designed for the marine industry to dewater fuel on ships, it has been adopted by the bio trade with great success. For more info on the machine, follow this link. http://www.cc-jensen.com/index.php?m=p&pid=39

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Would love one of those but due to no room in my dads garage I have got nowhere to put it.
We should all have one.would make life a lot easier.

Thought I should reply as no one else have.


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