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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-21-2007, 05:13 AM Thread Starter
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Titrating BioDiesel for Beginners

Well I've been getting requests for this so I finally got a break and put up a page..

How to titrate for newbies and beginners..
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Very nice writeup!


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Thanks for the great write-up. It has been 14 years since I had chemistry and your writeup really makes it easy. I am really interested in making biodiesel but am trying to learn as much as possible before starting. My problem now is finding the oil.
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does anyone have a book that they can rocommend on how to get started and exactly what is needed and how to understand the process of making Bio?

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Here is a tip on getting used oil.....

Offer them 15-30 cent a gallon for the oil. Resturants now are usually not charged to get their oil picked up. Bring your own container and then offer them some cash for it. Works good for me.
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