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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Jethro Bodine
As usual Biaster, you only half understand what is being said. When DGS says... Hi gilfish, The gl......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Dgs
Hi john, you need to create @ 25% of the total glycerol for this 30/70 reaction to work well. It ver......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Biaster
As WesleyB frequently points out, Neutralization of FFA's is ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Dgs
Hi gilfish, The glyc pre-wash will reduce saponification but not remove it,because although reducing......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by john galt
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by gilfish
I will try DGS variation of this method to see.One thing, because the catalyst is not consumed in t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by dannodiesel
Tilly is right......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Kieran C.
Hi John, As long as you know the titration of the oil you are using and adjust the amounts according......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by Dgs
Hi John, What you can try is a process where the two stages are reversed. I have done this in the pa......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Two stage no titration process (in Making Biodiesel) by gilfish
I have been doing it since Hyfly first put the idea forward, my oil is low titrating like yours 1-2 ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Acid split glycerol's water content? (in Other uses for Glycerine by-product) by WesleyB
A free fatty acid is a carboxylic acid with an even number of carbon atoms numbering 4 to 28 carbon ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Acid split glycerol's water content? (in Other uses for Glycerine by-product) by julianf
That was what i was trying to say - The equations discussed above are neutralization of the total v......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Acid split glycerol's water content? (in Other uses for Glycerine by-product) by WesleyB
If I understand, the question was adding acid to glycerine derived from a single stage base reaction......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Acid split glycerol's water content? (in Other uses for Glycerine by-product) by julianf
Thank you for the replies, and im sorry it has taken me time to come back to this. I used Phosphori......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Do I need to have a return solenoid valve? (in Miscellaneous vehicles and engines) by maddasher
It would increase diesel use so much it would be cost prohibitive. Put in the valve....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Do I need to have a return solenoid valve? (in Miscellaneous vehicles and engines) by dannodiesel
Hi...that should work but will increase your usage of diesel.......
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Discussion Topic  Do I need to have a return solenoid valve? (in Miscellaneous vehicles and engines) by JRogersOU
I am working on converting my 97 Ford PSD. I have been planning on having a return solenoid valve, r......
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Discussion Topic  B100 in a cummins common rail? (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by dave silva
I have a 2003 Dodge 3500 cummins. Lots of conflicting info on the various diesel sites and some on ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Dgs
Just looked up the ph change and it's 6.0 which isn't low enough. I still have some "spent glycerol"......
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Dgs
My commercial friend used to use bromothymolblue indicator, and add the sulphuric until the sample t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by cloudburst
What about the ph level, what is a good number to aim for?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Dgs
The Methanol is usually removed first before acid is added....
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by cloudburst
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Dgs
I think cloudburst is referring to the Emulsified often lumpy layer of "spent glycerol" that is bel......
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Discussion Topic  RE: separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by WesleyB
I've never heard of rag layer? Can you explain your question a bit more?...
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Discussion Topic  separating glycerine and acid oil (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by cloudburst
I work for a company that produces biodiesel. We have come into a large amount of rag layer and we a......
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Discussion Topic  RE: need answers before i continue and a hello! (in Biodiesel Quality) by roughhabitz
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Discussion Topic  RE: Filter Press for Biodiesel ? Has anyone use it ? (in Oil Collection) by kaya
Should I put a small tank between the pump(s) and the main tank to prevent the possibility of any oi......
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Poll  RE: Anthropogenic Global Warming- Your thoughts please (in General Environmental Discussion) by rustycaddy
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Poll  RE: Anthropogenic Global Warming- Your thoughts please (in General Environmental Discussion) by john galt
Oregon-based physicist Gordon Fulks sums it up well: “CO2 is said to be responsible for global warmi......
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Poll  RE: Anthropogenic Global Warming- Your thoughts please (in General Environmental Discussion) by john galt
Extent of Antarctic sea ice reaches record levels, scientists say By Jane Ryan and Sam Ikin Updated......
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Discussion Topic  RE: drying oil in a drum with fire ? (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Ttommy
I have done a lot of oil drying with both wood fire and my oil fired burners. Wood is slow and inef......
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Discussion Topic  RE: drying oil in a drum with fire ? (in General Biodiesel Discussion) by Kenr34
Yeah use an open top drum, or cut the top out of one. Fill it 3/4 full or so and build a fire under ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Kieran C.
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Biaster
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by imakebiodiesel
A static mixer is a plastic component that looks a bit like a auger drill bit. It fits inside a pip......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by David Shinn
Hello Maurice and IMB, What another interesting discussion this is. I was speaking with DGS at the ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Kieran C.
You are going to have to wait a long time for me to turn nasty. I have only pointed out a few proble......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by imakebiodiesel
Keiran C's contructive phase didnt last very long. So Im sorry to say he's back on the Ignore List....
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Dgs
Kieran C, Every time you make a post that seems to be polite and constructive we are just waiting fo......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Kieran C.
The pump is ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by imakebiodiesel
The pump is just one small part of a very expensive biodiesel processor and gives one an indication ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Kieran C.
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by imakebiodiesel
Hi Maurice, its a matter of horses for courses. If you use an excess of both methanol and catalyst ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by Maurice_Mynah
Hi All, I have to admit that I'm staggered when I read how much Koh you are putting in. When I purc......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Accelerated Conversion. (in Ireland Biodiesel) by imakebiodiesel
Just one of the Graco husky pumps used by Rothermel currently costs 900 dollars and in the Uk costs ......
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Discussion Topic  Converting a VW Rabbit (in General SVO Discussion) by Todd T
I just bought an '82 VW Rabbit diesel, 1.6l engine. Runs great and in really great condition. I am c......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Biodiesel in Ireland (in Ireland Biodiesel) by markerbiofuel
Dear all users I'm new to this forum and still getting used to it so please bare with me. I'm looki......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Comments - Copper Internal Reflux (in Methanol Recovery) by Project23D
the marbles are preventing the heat to rise, thus explaining why you have lower head temp. perhaps, ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: questions poor mans titration (in Making Biodiesel) by dave silva
Yes, I've read that JTF has some problems (like 3.5 grams/liter NAOH) But still, this test would h......
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