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

The problem with the "greasle" set up is that it requires you to keep
the fuel warm, and possibly alternate fuels.

Only rendered biodiesel can truley be poured, and stored just like
petroleum diesel can.


--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Ryan Wright <ryanpwright@xxxx> wrote:
> On 8/16/05, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@xxxx> wrote:
> > BTW, you seem to be using "greasel" and "biodeisel"
> > interchangeably.  Again, I thought they were
> > different.
> Marc:
> 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.
> 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).
> -Ryan


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