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    Re: Foolproof Room Temperature (FRT) Biodiesel

    So you mean I can use your method and make biodiesel from my 200 litre block of lard without first having to heat it until it melts?
    I find that totally amazing.

    Can't wait to give it a crack...
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    Re: The chemistry of the glycerol (and soap) phase

    You are wrong Mark or do you find pleasure in peddling misinformation?

    1 heating step, then
    1 cooling step.

    Go and actually read the instructions before having a hissy fit.

    MAKING THE...
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    Re: Foolproof Room Temperature (FRT) Biodiesel

    [QUOTE=Dr Mark;66583]Note to anyone reading this thread:

    1. The Dr Pepper method has two heating steps:

    > the "drying" process for the WVO
    > the heating step for the...
  4. Thread: Fat fail

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    Re: Fat fail

    Oh my bad. I see where you are now. That fat titrates very high and would be a problem right from the start.

    I have never used anything that high. It may not do what you want it to,...
  5. Thread: Fat fail

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    Re: Fat fail

    [QUOTE=Johnnojack;66520]250ml of methanol and added it to 10litres of 'fat'[QUOTE]

    With all due respect, Are you just chucking darts at the wall to come up with these numbers?

    You would need 2...
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    Re: Confusing problem with my biodiesel

    If I where using NaOH I would be using around 5g as base amount. If you are doing 1L test batches then as a test you could do one at 4.5, 5 and 5.5 and see what works best for you. I have found...
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    Re: Foolproof Room Temperature (FRT) Biodiesel

    And not to mention the NaOH/KOH you save by not using more than is required.


    I don't believe there is such thing as a foolproof anything in life, because no matter what along will come some fool...
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    Re: Use for bio waste?

    The point is 2 kg of sugar in a 6 cubic metre truck load of concrete is enough to stop it from setting. So if you think 20 litres of byproduct would have no effect, then maybe you need to rethink it.
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    Re: Use for bio waste?

    You really think so?

    Well try this next time you get to doing some concreting done. Chuck a 2 kg bag of sugar into the back of the truck and get them to give it a real got mixing. You should...
  10. Thread: Fat fail

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    Re: Fat fail

    tits of 8 are a bit high for my liking. Dig a hole and bury it.
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    Re: series 60 brakes.

    My thoughts is it is not a blocked hose at all, but rather the piston in the master cylinder for the rear circuit is stuck and not returning. I would start by loosening pipe to the rear brakes right...
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    Re: 5W50 or 10w50 or 20W50

    I would not want to be counting on that alone. Oil in the pump= slippery + lots of back pressure ???? Might just be enough to make the pump spin backwards and you lose oil pressure.
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    Re: 5W50 or 10w50 or 20W50

    Provided thosw items are rated or the temps they may encounter. The pump at 1-4 litres per minute would be around the capacity I would expect you would need.
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    Re: 5W50 or 10w50 or 20W50

    ou would also want a non return valve in the priming pump circuit so that once you start the engine and shut off the priming pump your oil pressure does not bleed off through it back into your sump....
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    Re: Quite surprising

    It's getting that way that you don't have to think at all. Just get an app to do it all for you.
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    Re: Blending Diesel with Filtered Vegetable Oil?

    There is a very simple reason your engine sounds different on WVO. It has nothing at all to do with lubricity of the fuel.
    A simple test to prove it is when running on dino fill an oil can with ATF...
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    Re: Generator question

    Mate you might find the pump draws way more than you think when it starts. Plug it into the generator on it's own and run it through a few cycles. You may be surprised.

    I have a 6.5kVa inverter...
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    Re: how to clean dirty oil containers

    It's a bit like the camping trick to clean your frying pan. Go down the waterhole/creek/beach, use sand as a scourer and rinse when done.

    Blue metal with it's jagged edges will work much better...
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    Re: how to clean dirty oil containers

    I would stay away from using diesel. It is vegi, so clean it much the same way as a well used greasy fry pan.
    Some cheap dish washing detergent and some water, then shake the crap outa them.

    If...
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    No worries David. I thought you meant litres, and not ml.

    Had to get in before Tilly saw that LOL.
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    Re: Reduced oil temperature in reactor ?

    Um that has gotta be a typo ..... correct?

    Otherwise 130ml of methanol would hardly even wet 13kg of KOH, let alone dissolve it.
  22. Re: Aftermarket fuel filter & sediment / water trap assemblies

    It is only B10 ... but that is a start.
  23. Re: Aftermarket fuel filter & sediment / water trap assemblies

    After the diaphragm died in the OEM filter, I removed the unit. Got a small piece of angle iron and drilled that to fit the OEM holes on one side and the CAV filter along the other side I lost the...
  24. Re: Aftermarket fuel filter & sediment / water trap assemblies

    I have that same filter. No way would I consider replacing the pump primer with the diaphragm type. In my experience all the diaphragm types are stuffed within 2 years of BD use.
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    Re: Adventurers in common rail repair

    Sounds like you have almost solved the problem.
    Interesting that the garages could not fix it. I guess it depends if they had any experience with Pugs.

    good luck.
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