We have stopped producing biodiesel from the WVO from our restaurants and have put our equipment out to auction. Here are the items and links to the auction.
Unit # 72743, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72743 . This BioPro 380 had INCOSEP from the factory.
Unit # 72744, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72744 . This BioPro 380 had INCOSEP added along with other updates.
Unit # 72745, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72745 . This Satellite 400 gallon collection unit was made by a company that builds porta john collection systems. They made this one for us to collect used cooking oil. Designed to be slid in and out of an 8’ pickup box.
Unit # 72738, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72738 . This is a 500 gallon double walled fuel tank.
Unit # 72741, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72741 . This is a 250 gallon double wall fuel tank with a tall stand.
Unit # 72742, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72742 . This is a 250 gallon double walled fuel tank with feet.
Unit # 72770, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72770 . This is a mixing/ shearing pump we used to blend biodiesel and diesel in winter. Electrical is 3 phase.
Unit # 72739, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72739 . These are pumps we used to stir WVO and to run our drier.
Unit # 72778, http://www.crankyape.com/defau...tem&ItemNumber=72778 . If you need a trailer mounted light tower and 8kV generator.
Just a note on these BioPro's
They were kept in EXCELLENT condition (I know, I helped keep them that way).
If you're after a sweet deal on some really well maintained BioPro's and other equipment for Biodiesel, this is one heck of a chance.
They were located on an Indian Reservation in a heated space dedicated to making Biodiesel and everything was always kept in perfect operating condition. The reservation is just phasing out their Biodiesel program (administration going another way).
Anyway, I can vouch for these BioPro's. They're in excellent shape!
Thanks for the comments Graydon. You were a great mentor to me as we figured out how to make biodiesel. When we had the tests come back showing we made the ASTM standards you were as happy as we were. Unfortunately priorities change and we had to focus our efforts in a different direction. Thanks for the help and support and for guiding me to the products I needed to make this project a success.
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