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Old 02-02-2011, 05:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Oil Cleaning Centrifuge - for biodiesel and WVO

I got an e-mail today from EngineHeaters.co.uk (the same that I got a heating pad group buy through) asking if anyone here is interested in buying an oil cleaning centrifuge.
Adam, I am wondering if any members of your group operate their
vehicles on bio-diesel made from waste vegetable oil (WVO).

The reason I ask is, we have in the UK a few oil cleaning centrifuges
designed to be installed on diesel engines but they are very popular
with individuals making their own fuel from WVO.

The centrifuges are power by oil pressure from a pump and remove
solids as small as 1 micron. Best of all, there are no filter
elements to purchase, change and dispose of.

I have attached brochures on two of the smaller centrifuges, if there
is an interest I will work out special pricing for you along with
shipping costs.
If anyone is interested, please let me know, I can send the pdf brochures and give you the contact info. (I'll be glad to pass this onto someone else)

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Old 04-07-2014, 02:30 PM   #2 (permalink)
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saw a video about this today. Looks effective at cleaning crap out.

they just centrifuge it, filter it in steps down to 2 microns, cut it with %20 gas, and feed it to a diesel, and then they have "black diesel". About as simple as it gets...

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