Re: [DMCForum] Re: Gas alternatives, then?
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Re: [DMCForum] Re: Gas alternatives, then?



You can buy a pre-assembled Bio-D reactor for under $3k that you just
add the raw materials to and fill up your car or truck.  This size
reactor will keep most cars fueled up with out any problems or need for
a storage tank.  They are possible to build for a few hundred dollars if
you have the time to experiment.

My first batch was done in a lab probably using $50k worth of
equipment.  The second batch was done in the kitchen for just a few $
worth of supplies.

Andrei

Ryan Wright wrote:

>On 8/16/05, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

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>>BTW, you seem to be using "greasel" and "biodeisel"
>>interchangeably.  Again, I thought they were
>>different.
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>Marc:
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>Biodiesel: This is the boiling, treating with lye, etc. A big process
>that most people won't do on their own. Advantage: You can put it into
>virtually any diesel engine and just run it. Just dump it in the gas
>tank and go. No engine modifications whatsoever are required.
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>Greasel: This is the name of a company providing conversion kits that
>allow you to run straight (unprocessed) vegetable oil in virtually any
>diesel engine. Advantage: No need to make biodiesel. Just dump in raw
>vegetable oil and go (used oil should be strained to remove floating
>particles; a coffee filter works fine).
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>-Ryan
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