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    Re: What year to worry about rubber hoses?

    What about other rubber parts... like seals? Any chance these could degrade over time? If so, what seals are made of rubber in an engine... is there any signs of seal damage I should look out for?
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    Re: Converting these vehicles

    OK, now Im just confused.

    I am far from mechanically minded and havent really got a clue how to actually do this.

    Can anyone forward me links to actual pre-filters and no-return valves that are...
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    Re: Converting these vehicles

    Thanks Cade. In the past I have used 50% mixes on cars for the first few tanks, then changed the fuel filter after the first tank of 100% has gone through. Admittedly these cares were only about 5 or...
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    Converting these vehicles

    Hi all,

    I am converting these vehicles to use B100. The fuel I am using has been commercially produced from fish oil.

    Can anyone offer me any advice on anything I should do to these vehicles...
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    What year to worry about rubber hoses?

    Hi all,

    Long time off the forum, good to be back.

    What year of vehicle manufacture do I have to worry about changing rubber parts? (When did they start coming with Viton parts)

    What parts...
  6. Need an effective battery powered drying process

    Hi all,

    I haved moved my biodiesel refinery to a rural location, which has created challenges with power supply.

    The machine traditionally requires 3-phase power for full effective operation....
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    Re: Air bubble drying method

    Excuse my ignorance, but what does a compressor from a fridge look like and can it powered by a truck battery? Is it the same as a pump?

    Thanks,
    Dave
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    Re: Water in Oil - Testing and Drying

    One of our current systems uses a vacuum pump to remove the water evaporated from the heating process. The drying tank uses two heating elements to hold the washed biodiesel at 75c for one hour.
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  9. Current applications of biodiesel in cold environments

    Does anyone know any real-life situations where there are large engines, preferably stationery power generators, using tallow biodiesel in a cold environment (less than -1C) for at least part of the...
  10. Re: Jatoil report progress towards jatropha oil production

    Interesting article.
    After a few years in the Jatropha game though, Im somewhat jaded, and find articles like this difficult to believe. I only accept things such as claims of agri-stations when I...
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    Re: BioDiesel Stickers

    Thanks for the links to all the useful sticker sites folks. Im getting my graphics friend to get these put onto sticker sized files so they can be taken to any print shop and printed out.

    PM me...
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    Re: Biodiesel in Cambodia

    Thank you.. can I return the favour?
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    Re: Biodiesel in Cambodia

    ey guys, just an updateon whats happening with Biodiesel Cambodia

    We startedoff with groowng 10ha of Jatropha on barren land, donated by a rural ag school. We then sourced free cooking oil from...
  14. Re: Sell Used Vegetable Oil for USD220 Per Metric ton

    Most definitely a scame. Jatropha oil sells for US$400/MT, Palm over $600,and canola for AUS$1200
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    Do you want to buy a feedstock oil?

    Is there any market for Jatropha oil as a feedstock to produce biodiesel in Australia?

    Obviously the type of biodiesel that you produce depends on the oil used. Jatropha oil requires no degumming...
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    Do you want to buy a quality oil feedstock?

    Is there any market for Jatropha oil as a feedstock to produce biodiesel in Australia?

    Obviously the type of biodiesel that you produce depends on the oil used. Jatropha oil requires no degumming...
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    Seed crushers - looking to buy seed oil cake

    Hi folks,

    If anyone knows of someone selling 15-20tonnes of seed oil cake, please let me know!

    Cheers,

    Dave
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    Looking to buy seed oil cake

    Hi folks,

    If anyone knows of someone selling 15-20tonnes of seed oil cake, please let me know!

    Cheers,

    Dave
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    Biodiesel in Cambodia

    Hey guys,

    Its been ages since I made contact. Just wanted to give you an update of how things are going.

    Checkout Biodiesel Cambodia - Clean Energy for Cambodia

    Again, if anyone can help me...
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    Using Methanol and Testing Methanol Purity

    Hey guys,

    Two questions.

    1. What is the minimum purity required for the BD reaction using KOH?
    I am in Cambodia and there are varying levels of purity available. For a full and complete...
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    Re: Biodiesel from Jatropha

    Thanks all.

    The website is finally up, so you can check it out.

    Theres a few weird things going on with links and stuff, and some things Iwant to add, but the most of it is there... so check it...
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    Re: Testing biodiesel for unconverted oil

    yes, THANK YOU!
  23. Thread: Screw press

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    Re: Screw press

    Here is the email address for the dealer of Keller Kek screw presses. He is the Australian distributor for Egon Keller & Co.

    Steven Hobbs: shobbs@wimmera.com.au


    Drop him an email, and he can...
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    Re: Waste Water/Effluent

    That's great. Thank you! I've really wanted to do this but was unsure. This is something I can definitely do.

    (No, I needed it dumbed down)
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    Re: Biodiesel from Jatropha

    Hi Amar,

    Sure thing.

    Im building a biodiesel plant in rural Cambodia, partially funded by an NGO (looking for extra funding to buy some bits and pieces if anyone has a few hundred $$ spare...)....
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