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filtering, price= $200 to filter !y "aste vegetable oil (#$% and it "or&s great' I no longer need to buy replace!ent filters, and it de"aters the $% ("hich no filters can do - including ("ater bloc&( types' ' I put the $% suc&ed right fro! the du!pster through a )00 !esh screen into the rig, no settling needed' *he $% needs to be heated to +)20F and then pu!ped through it at ,0psi and 0',gp!' It spins at around -000 rp!s' *he "ay I have the "ater heating ele!ents, it is re!oving "ater both by centrifuge action (the best and by Flash evaporation' I have sent sa!ples to a testing lab and it sho"ed good results, both for "ater and particle re!oval' Its easy to clean the rotor of the goop it re!oves' %ne operating tric& I have learned is to capture the output of the rotor fro! the instant I shut off the pu!p, since it starts to du!p $% "ith "ater and dirt as it slo"s' I run it all in a single barrel, and fro! !y testing . passes see!s to get !ost of the particles out, so it ta&es 2-/ hours for a .0-00 gallon batch' *he longer you run, the !ore it re!oves' *his "or&s as a !obile rig very easily and is "hat I intend to use it for, as "ell as at ho!e' #ith any version of this you should !a&e provisions to capture the output of the centrifuge right "hen you turn it off' *he output at that ti!e is often very dirty besides containing up to . o1' of "ater (if there "as any "ater' 2y doing this you are re!oving at least part of the "ater as a true centrifuge does, "hich is better than the Flash evaporating that this also does' *his can also !a&e it so you can avoid the !ist"ash step' Diagram3
I used a closed top barrel, put upside do"n so I could use the /4. threaded fitting, then cut off the top ("hich used to be the botto!' 5ote that I tilt the barrel to"ards the output so that any "ater on the botto! gets sent into the CF' If you don6t suc& fro! the lo"est point, there could be a poc&et of "ater that settles out and &eeps re-conta!inating the de"atered $%' 7 cone botto! tan& "ould be the best, but this "as a lot cheaper' 8ere is a good "ay to test if you have a good barrel drain and tilt, pour an inch of "ater in the botto! and see if it all runs out the drain pipe' *he suction should co!e fro! the lo"est point, and the pipe should go
continuously lo"er until the pu!p' %ther"ise you could get a poc&et of "ater in your pipes' *his the !ost co!!on proble! I see no" that !any have tried to copy !y design and (i!prove( it' 9easons that I !oved the CF belo" the ri! of the barrel (see )0-).-0: pics belo" in the ti!eline , "as so it could be li;uid tight if I sealed "here the feed line perforates the dru! "ith a bul&head fitting, and using a solid lid "ith gas&et, it could be run or at least carry a load of $% "hile travelling do"n the road' #hen I run a batch that6s less than .0 gallons, li&e around 20-/0g, it can splash a little and I set a lid on top, "ith it partially open by the CF for "ater vapor to escape' 7 piece of "indo" screen also "or&s good to prevent splashes or debris getting in there' *he only debris I ever got "as insects flying into the $%' *he CF place!ent I used is also a better height for the "indo" screen tric&, "hich still allo"s the "ater vapor to escape' <any have as&ed !e "hy don6t you use 2 barrels so you are sure that all the $% goes through the CF each pass' I tried it, and so have !any others, it doesn6t reduce the nu!ber of passes, and it !a&es it !uch harder to run since you need to be there each ti!e before the barrel runs out to prevent pu!p da!age and capture the output of "ater and goo fro! the CF' 7nd you need to clean the rotor !uch !ore, each ti!e it runs out' Its not "orth it' *hats too !uch babysitting for !e, I li&e to start it up and co!e bac& . hours later "hen its done' I thin& running the CF on a "ater heater is a good idea' I a! using "ater heater ele!ents, and "hen there is lots of "ater or particles, I heat up the barrel, turn off the po"er and let it settle overnight and drain the botto!, so having an insulated tan& and ther!ostat on it helps' 7 "ater heater !a&es the plu!bing a little si!pler than the inline heater I have been using' 7nd "e can find the! cheap or free' 7 dra"bac& is you only have ) ele!ent so heating is lo"er since you should disconnect the top ele!ent, and re"ire the botto! one for )20v instead of 2.0v' 8ere is ho" it could be plu!bed on a "ater heater3
5ote if you !a&e a rig "ith a "ater heater you should put so!e &ind of "arning light connected "hen the ele!ent is on or other safety device so you don6t drain the tan& "hile the heater ele!ent is still on, or you could start a fire or burn up your ele!ent' *his is not a proble! "ith the "ay I operate the inline heaters since the ele!ents stay sub!erged in $% at
. through the centrifuge "ith no other filtering and it "or&s great' Aasy to clean. you do so at your o"n ris&. it goes pu!p+heater+centrifuge+barrel3 *his "as before I added the fittings on the botto! of the barrel for the pu!p inta&e' *he pu!p is a free po"er steering pu!p off a B. !icron screen on suc&er.all ti!es. <itsubishi !ontero.0psi. no !ore filters to buy' 9uns at . don6t bla!e !e> I &ept all the te?t and dates so you can see its develop!ent as I "ent along3 20 @epte!ber 200: I =ust ran !y first batch of )0 gallons of #$% straight fro! the restaurant barrel. hoo&ed to an old . ) gp!' 8ere is !y rig. )00 !esh (). and the ther!ostat "ould =ust cycle on and off. even "hen the tan& is drained' If you build any type of rig li&e these.
hp !otor I had' 7s s!all as )4. this is "hat I had laying around (I got a better pu!p later.)-20rp! /4. hp should "or&. pics later in this post 3 *his pu!p "as easy since it had a rubber line going to the reservoir "hich I =ust turned up"ard and attached !y inlet hose3 .
and its less li&ely to burn the $% on the ele!ent' I did / passes "ith decreasing a!ounts filtered each pass. "hich !eans lo"er "att density.*his goes into a .000" 220v "ater heater ele!ent run at ))0v (=))20" in a tee in the botto! of the )'20( vertical pipe' *hey are longer than an si!ilar "attage ))0v ele!ent. lots in the first pass. and you get !ore heat loss' Clus you get better heat transfer "ith flo" across the ele!ent. it adds 20-/0F right before the CF' If you had to heat the entire barrel that !uch !ore !eans it ta&es !uch longer. "hich !eans less chance of ther!al poly!eri1ation (burning of the $%' *he oil started at 00 F and got up to ))0 F first pass' 7n inline heater is !ore efficient since you don6t have to heat up the entire barrel. "ith al!ost no blac& sludge /rd pass' 8ere is the blac& gun& that stays in the rotor3 .
0psi' *his oil "as "ater-free to begin "ith according to a pan test' *he oil I started "ith "as blac& and you couldn6t see through it at all' 7nd here is the s"eet iced tea drin&able loo&ing #$% after only )0 !ins for )0 gals3 .Dou guys "or&ing on the (holy grail( of !obile flash evaporator and filtering !ight "ant to loo& into this since "ith a little higher te!p it !ight do both' %r you could do a flash or vacuu! evap' then right into this' 7t )20 F I "as seeing s!all puffs of stea! or ato!i1ed oil "hen pu!ping the hot oil through 2 s!all orifices at .
gp!' Design and operating this rig: .8ere is the !a&ers "ebsite "ith a diagra! of ho" it "or&s3 http344"""'dieselcraft'co!4productinfoE%C20'ht!l Its very easy to clean. ta&e a nut off the rotor. but its about 0'. you open it. and "ipe inside parts "ith a rag' It !a&es a !ess on the rag but not !uch else' I thin& you could clean lots before the rotor fills' *he dirt is really co!pressed' I could have done hundreds of gallons of the oil I had "ithout cleaning it' 2ut I "anted to clean it often =ust to see the goop' It needs specific flo" rates to "or&' *he dieselcraft "ebsite gives info.
visible "ater. I use both ))20"att inline heaters' *his !a&es the first pass $% going through the CF about )20F' 7fter ) hour.-B. it !ay be possible to re!ove sugars4acids "ithout a !ist"ash if you capture the output at pu!p shutoff Idea G/' 9un this thing hot enough to do the flash evap and centrifuge in one pass' I had 2 heater ele!ents in it at first. it self pri!es . "ait about ) !inute. this one is about /(?/(?/( not counting the pulley and reservoir' Dou also "ant it to be easy to !ount and to seperate the reservoir to input directly to pu!p' %ther !odels "ith the sa!e pu!p I used is Dodge D00 and !itsubishi 2'0F truc& fro! B0-B.For the pu!p. "hen the top one sprung a lea& and sprayed a fine colu!n about /06 straight up producing a "ar! golden shri!p s!elling oil sho"er' I too& it off until I solve the gas&et issue' 2.000" heater ele!ent at the top *' Idea G)' put a / "ay valve on =ust before the centrifuge. then start the pu!p' #hen you hear it "hine you &no" its "or&ing' For the )st hour. left in there on purpose to see "hether it can re!ove it' <ist "ashed in the sa!e barrel the centrifuge runs in' .' *est your pu!p "ith open flo". then shut off' Dou don6t "ant cold oil going through' *hen I turn on the heater ele!ent. that I designed it to have a second . change the pulley si1e on the !otor' <y !otor pulley is s!all so its reducing the slo" )-20rp! !otor so!e' %r you could use a variable speed !otor if you "anted to be really cool' %perating3 *urn on the pu!p to fill the lines before turning on the heater> I turn it on for =ust a fe" seconds. until the first oil drips fro! the centrifuge. @epte!ber 200: AH9AI7> (is that "hat a "i1ard is supposed to say "hen an e?peri!ent succeedsJ I ran the sa!e )0 gallons of oil "hich no" after !ist"ashing had lots of "ater. you "ant a s!all one. "hich heats the $% slo"ly to ):0F by the end "hen I a! done after 2-/ !ore hours' Future ideas to test3 *his is so close to a flash evaporator already. run it through a seperate orifice several ti!es into the sa!e barrel until its hot and flash evaporated' *hen flip the valve to filter' Idea G2' 7bout a pint of "ater !ay be trapped in the rotor along "ith the gun&' *ry putting a .uic&. it should be about )'0 gp!' *his is the right open flo" "hich "ill !agically drop to about 0'. this idea "or&s. and <onteros fro! B. I usually stop.uart =ar under the output =ust "hen I shut the centrifuge off to see if any "ater co!es out' (edit.0psi' If its not the right flo". gp! at .catches about . you "ant a s!all gear or vane pu!p' I al!ost bought an %berdorfer )00029 gear pu!p on ebay for $B0 until I reali1ed that po"er steering pu!ps are the right si1e pu!ps' <ost pu!ps are too big.see page )2. o1'. capture the output and clean the rotor' *hen "hen I restart I use only ) of the heaters.
then did the pan test' 5o bubbles at all. then a )'0( ID "asher "ith a )4B( ? )'20( %-ring inside' *he bigger "asher acts li&e a retainer. "hich is another thing that !ade !e suspect this "as stea! and not ato!i1ed oil' It also fits *i!6s description of ho" his flash evap' stea! releases.. you can hear little rando! puffs =ust before each stea! cloud is visible' @o I left it run for about 2 hours. and it "or&ed great' *his batch "as /0 gallons.uic& at about )20 F. %ctober 200: I had an e!ail as&ing for !ore detailed pics so here are so!e !ore' Centrifuge in the barrel' *he *ee before it is the pressure relief valve "ith a plastic elbo" over it to direct the flo" do"n3 .uic& and !a&es both the centrifuge and the flash evaporator functions "or& better' ). and I "aited until it "as not puffing any!ore.I hoo&ed up a 2?: concentrating parabolic solar panel to add the e.%ctober 200: I =ust ran !y second batch through this centrifuge. around )4. but still easy to "ipe out. and I ran it for about /0 !inutes' *he a!ount of gun& in the rotor "as large. and I thought I =ust ruined the cleanest #$% I had seen (clean since it had previously been through the centrifuge for about 2 hours = : passes' *he !il&y e!ulsion cleared up in about )0 !inutes of running' It started puffing out !any clouds of stea! really .( thic& all around. "ith )( of beer foa! loo&ing head. preventing blo"out' *his seals great and has handled the high te!p and pressure used "ith !y rig' @o no" I a! using 2 . it slo"ly got up to about 200 F. !uch !ore than the first ti!e I ran the oil' 5ote -it had not puffed any stea! after )0 !inutes into the original run a fe" days ago. &ind of a plastic !ud te?ture to the gun&' I added the pressure relief valve suggested earlier in this thread fro! graingers' It popped off and released so!e pressure at first "ith cold oil since at startup the pressure is higher. totally blac& and s!elled li&e french fries. AH9AI7> no "ater' *his thing =ust !ight be the holy grail> <ore testing to co!e''' 0. and then closed and didn6t pop again' )) %ctober 200: I solved the sealing of the "ater heater ele!ents' Hse a )4):( thic& by )'20( ID !etal "asher first on the ele!ent.000 "att heater ele!ents "hich gets the #$% hot real .uivalent heat of !y 2nd ))20" heater ele!ent "hich I don6t have installed until the seal is fi?ed' Clus I =ust li&e solar and had it laying around' 9ight a"ay it for!ed a terrible e!ulsion.
8ere is the first heater ele!ent3 @econd heater ele!ent (sho"ing the !etal "ashers that hold the o-ring in place 3 .
Carabolic concentrating 26?:6 solar collector (not needed "ith the 2 "ater heaters. but fun> .
Pan test for water 8ere is ho" I do !y pan test for "ater @!ear a finger of "vo accross a fry pan (cast iron preferred as a te!p chec&' Ieep the sa!ple of "vo to be tested handy' Anough for )4.(-/4B( thic&ness covering the botto! "or&s best' 8eat the pan on high te!p until the s!ear begins to really s!o&e then pour in the sa!ple' 5%*A3 .
labeled sa!ples as G/' *his is so!e very interesting results "hich leads to a ne" "ay to run this "here you could re!ove the "ater !uch faster "hich I "ill test ne?t ti!e3 9un ) pass. and had acid C8' *here "as still a large a!ount of "ater suspended and on the "alls of the barrel' *hen ran the rig for : passes on this !ess' Fots of stea! puffing out. and !ay solve the issue of re. and did a !ist"ash "ith a !istpro no11le. e!pty the rotor of "ater. and drained the free "ater fro! the botto! "hich loo&ed li&e "hite !il&. cup vinegar to !a&e sure "e got lots of acid. and also really "ashed it' *hen I let this settle only for about /0 !inutes. adding about ) gallon of "ater' *hen I ran the rig "ithout the centrifuge for about )0 !inutes.Do not pour in a sa!ple "ith any visible "ater' If "ater droplets are visible no testing is needed' *here is "ater present in your sa!ple' $isible droplets of "ater "ill spatter hot oil out of the pan and !ay cause burns or fire' Foo& closely at the botto! of the pan "here the oil !eets it' 7re there very s!all bubbles for!ing' *his indicates so!e suspended "ater' *he nu!ber of bubbles indicates ho" !uch "ater is present in suspended for!' Removing suspended water in 1 pass 2/ %ctober 200: 7 !a=or develop!ent to report today' *his rig does re!ove suspended "ater as a true centrifuge> (but it &eeps it in the rotor #ith only a si!ple change to ho" you operate it3 you !ust capture all the output right after turning off the pu!p' @everal ti!es half the rotor contents "ere dirty "ater> (even "hile the output "as close to passing the pan test It "ill re!ove and collect up to . the rotor contained . o1' "ater each ti!e you do this' *his !a&es for very fast de"atering. o1' of free "ater "hich I captured the output "hen I turned it off' 7nd about the sa!e a!ount of blac& goo' *ested "ater free "ith the pan test. and "hen I stopped !id"ay 2 ti!es.uiring a !ist"ash beforehand "hich has been discussed so !uch' I ran tests today "hich are getting sent to the lab for testing' I started "ith )2 gallons right fro! the du!pster. and pu!ped into it and heated the other 0 gallons I had saved of G) to )20F. passes on 0 gallons of this !ess' Fabeled as sa!ple G2' *he rotor captured about 2 o1' "ater "ith acid C8' 7nd re!oved lots of blac& goo' It re!oved all traces of "ater in the pan test' *hen cleaned out the rig. it hasn6t settled out after )2 hours of heat K settle' 9an the centrifuge only (no !ist"ash for . and then I suc&ed up a thic& e!ulsion layer in an old settling barrel that "ouldn6t seperate after about a !onth of heat K settle' *hese are all things I "ould nor!ally avoid but I "as going for bad conditions' *hen I ran it through all the rig "ithout the centrifuge circulating it "ell and suspending it all in a nice !ess' @aved a gallon of this for testing labeled G)' @aved 0 gallons of G) to process later belo"' *his "as dangerous to do a pan test on it pops so bad' 7nd the "ater4acid is suspended. "hich turned this into and even "orse e!ulsion loo&ing li&e chocolate !il&. and on purpose suc&ed up so!e crud fro! the botto! of the barrel' 7nd then I added )4. repeat until no !ore stea! puffs "hich in every case has been a si!ple and accurate indicator that it "ill pass the pan test' .
"hich had lots of suspended "ater according to a pan test' 7nd the filtered $% passed the pan test "ith no bubbles after ) pass at only )20F te!ps' 7nd the stuff I captured fro! the rotor is horrible on the pan test.*his also !eans "ith any version of this you should !a&e provisions to capture the output of the rotor right "hen you turn it off' *he output of the rotor at that ti!e is often very dirty besides containing "ater (if there "as suspended or free "ater' %perating li&e this could lead to the holy grail .-0.uire a !ist"ash' 2. and this dru! lid $-'2B fro! grainger' *hen I drilled a hole in the top center and stuc& this . fro! here at !c!aster Lust add fittings to connect to a garden hose' I !ist"ash until the "ater co!es out clear' I a! testing using a *D@ (total dissolved solids !eter on a !ini-!ist"ash of about a cup of the $% to deter!ine if a !ist"ash is needed and if its re!oving anything' <ost of the ti!e I have deter!ined that a !ist"ash isn6t helping and is not needed' I hoo& a clear braided hose to the valve at the botto!. and I see so!e s!all globules of free "ater in the botto! even' istwash Rig 2. %ctober 200: 5ote after testing !any batches "ith !y *D@ !eter (belo" I have sho"n that the CF re!oves the conta!inants so "ell that I don6t !ist"ash any !ore' 8ere is "hat I built to !ist"ash so!e very bad $% I got' I use the sa!e CF barrel sho"n above. very crac&ly and dangerous. %ctober 200: I =ust ran the first test of !y ne" capture !ethod. "hich goes straight up the side of the barrel' 7fter I have !ist"ashed for /0 !inutes and there is an inch or 2 of "ater on the .gph !ist head in it $22').*2/ .an at ho!e and !obile version that doesn6t re. on !y bad G) oil fro! above that I had saved.
uic& "ay to see if a !ist"ash is needed. I only have good sources' 5o" the tric& is trying it on enough batches to &no" "hat the threshold of a bad *D@ is' *he AC7 says for drin&ing "ater 000pp! *D@ is their reco!!ended li!it. and only detects the vinegar' I then did !ini !ist"ashes on several batches of !y $%.5ove!ber 200: I =ust co!pleted the first tests "ith these !eters. !agnesiu!. I close the valve.( of distilled "ater' (distilled = 0pp!' *otally repeatable. and a single drop of soap (reads )00pp! added' 7nd it "or&s =ust as reliably "ith !y tap "ater "hich starts at :0pp! *D@. and !easure "ith the *D@ !eter' I thin& this is an accurate. and if you test the !ist"ash "ater after.uart =ar' *hen I sha&e "ell. and iron being the !ain parts of *D@' (I had a engineer friend "ho did tests for AC7 on far! "ells run lab tests on !y "ater a fe" years ago' Fro! the instructions that ca!e "ith the !eter3 *D@ includes any inorganic ele!ent present other than the pure "ater !olecule' #a$ test results 0. then lay the hose belo" the barrel on the ground. let it sit overnight for good separation. 0-/0 pp! *D@. put it in another glass. "hich proves I have a good $% source. the sa!e tiny additives increase it to around 200pp!' I thin& *D@ is !uch better than the C8 !eter. "ith sa!ples that "ere straight fro! the du!pster. and it also responds accurately to a tiny a!ount of vinegar. and they are very sensitive' I thin& the *D@ !eter is best since its sho"ing acids and salts and soap' *he *D@ !eter is sensitive enough to give a reading of )00pp! "ith only a fe" grains of salt added to a glass "ith /4. I add )42 cup $% and )4. "hich has trouble "ith repeatablity. cup distilled "ater to a . if it "or&ed' It "ould be interesting to see so!e other results "ith nasty $%. and could probably avoid the !ist"ash' 8ere is ho" I do a !ini !ist"ash. cheap and .botto!. so its also interesting to chec& your tap "ater. !ine "as :0' Its "ell "ater "ith the !inerals calciu!. I open the valve and "ater goes into the hose and up the side' *hen "hen the "ater gets high enough it co!es out the hose auto!atically !aintaining "hatever level I choose by ho" high the hose is' I cla!p the hose in different positions onto the rigid CF pipe that goes up the side' Dou could use any pipe or board for the sa!e function' *his is nice since it allo"s ad=usting for different batch si1es' #hen its done.5ove!ber 200: Fab test results are in for the first sa!ples I sent' . and leave it settle for a fe" hours to seperate the "ater' *hen I use a syringe to suc& the "ater off the botto!. as "ell as !ist"ashed and centrifuged batches' *hey all "ere clean. and drifts around. and use the sa!e valve to drain all the "ater off the botto! by "atching "hen $% starts to co!e out' !D" meter testing to decide whether to mistwash ).
suc&ed fro! du!pster "ith )00 !esh screen' @a!ple 2 "as ) pass.. B00./'-M *he +)0 !icron reduction loo&s very good. 2/.-20.B/.2. even "ith ) pass. but I can6t find anyone "ho has published this data for any fluid. /.0pp!.0. 0B.. +)0 !icron ) pass = :0'0M. 00-)20F' @a!ple / "as heated.@a!ple ) "as the original $%. !a&ing the s!all particles not re!ove' %r the !ist"ash bro&e the particles do"n to s!aller si1e. !icron.B'0M.-Bpp! by Iarl Fischer 7@*< D:/0. 0 <ore testing is needed to deter!ine the best "ay if you "ant to re!ove N)0 !icrons (!ore passes./B )0-). )2. G/=. !uch less $%' Parts #%st Oty'''Description'''Cost ) Dieselcraft %C-20 centrifuge fro! """'dieselcraft'co! $220 (no" $2. or sa!pling errors' Interesting results for "ater reduction' G)= -0Bpp!. !ist"ash. )/2. not by evaporative !eans ("hich could !a&e the pan test not reliable' 8ere are the G of particles per !l by 8I7C 8F-))B0 !ethod3 sa!ple ).M : pass = . since they often only re!ove 00M + )0 !icrons' I a! surprised at the no reductions in N)0 !icron category' <aybe it "as because of the !ist"ash "hich I didn6t settle out. M reduction3 +).. . )20-)B0F' I did so!e calcs' on the particle nu!bers. "hen I captured the output at shutdo"n' *his sho"s the pan test is not detecting "ater belo" 0. +20.2. G2= 0.' It re!oved !y suspended "ater. /2'./ 0:-)0. 2/.M reduction to )0 !icron' #e no" have !ore public testing data for this than for any other filter !ethod' I "ould li&e to see the sa!e test run on a 2 !icron absolute or )0 !icron no!inal filter as a co!parison. I tested the captured $% and it "as very bad on the pan test (lots of crac&les' *his sho"ed it "as re!oving the "ater by true centrifuge in the rotor. o1 .2/0. and that is the si1e that !ost people are filtering to' 7lthough a )0 !icron no!inal filter "on6t co!e close to this. "hich put a lot of "ater in the rotor (. ).B2. "ith relief and guage and tees Cu!p4!otor3 . leave !ist"ash "ater settleJ <y truc& is a )0 !icron stoc& filter so I a! happy "ith the .. )0:0 ).0pp!' I ran 2 pan tests on each sa!ple separated by several hours' G) sho"ed lots of bubbles' G2 and / had no bubbles' #hen I shutdo"n after ) pass and captured the output. )B0:-. : passes. 2.
Q ? )'20Q steel pipe (for heating ele!ent R$0 ) or 2-.) -Co"er @teering Cu!p fro! =un&yard $20 ) -P 8C or greater ))0v electric !otor )-20rp! (Lun&yard or 8arbor Freight cheapie $20 ) -)'0Q pulley "heel for the electric !otor $0 ) -0'0( $-belt %r for an off the shelf pu!p4!otor3 http344"""'!c!aster'co!4nav4enter'aspJpagenu!=/)B pu!p only loo& at loo& at partG .2-)I)2 $2/) pu!p4!otor ready to go partG .2-)I) $22/ *hese should "or& "ith an %C-20 or 00. and ff20 and :03 pu!p only loo& at loo& at partG . $B'0B R$.0v "ater heater heating ele!ent (at ))0v = ))20# R$B ) -)'20Q steel * (use 2 tees if youSre putting 2 heating ele!ents in R$. $2) 0ft Fength of hydraulic hose (get it fro! the car you pull the C@ pu!p fro! Bft Fength of )42Q or bigger hi-te!p hose to attach to input of C@ pu!p ) -2.000I# 2... ) pressure relief valve 20-200psi (grainger part :D.)5 gear pu!p close coupled to a )4/hp )-20rp! !otor that I got on ebay for $2/'00 "hich is "or&ing nicely3 .2-2I/) $/:B 8ere is another source that offers both the CF and pu!p4!otor co!bos http344"""'vegpo"er'co!4order4catpage'cf!JcatEselected=)).)0 $0 or !c!aster partG B0BBI). then a )'0( ID "asher "ith a )4B( ? )'20( %-ring inside (to seal the heating ele!ent fro! a *ractor parts counter &ot a new pump 2: Lanuary 200@everal people have reported the vanes stic&ing in their po"er steering pu!ps. ) -BQ ? )42Q steel tube to attach to centrifuge input R$. )4):( thic& by )'20( ID !etal "asher first on the ele!ent. ) 9educer to attach CF )42( to )'20Q R$0 ) 9educer to attach C@ output to )'20Q input R$)0 Clu!bing fittings to attach to the botto! of the barrel to flo" to the input of the C@ pu!p R$)0 ) Cressure Tauge (grainger G0#U/. its an %berdorfer . !a&ing it not "or& until its disasse!bled and cleaned' 7 gear pu!p is better since it "on6t have that proble!' 8ere is !y ne" pu!p4!otor co!bo.
outlets. "hich I use to turn on and off the pu!p and 2 heaters separately' *his saves !e fro! unplugging those / plugs each ti!e I shut do"n' #ith an e?tra s"itch and outlet for future ideas' .'dded a switch panel: I added a s"itch panel "ith e?tension cords and . s"itches connected to .
"hich I prefer since then its easier to chec& and clean the CF rotor' I put a sealed lid on the barrel so it can carry $% "hile !oving.uiet honda 2000"att generator. to use "hen I a! travelling long distances so I don6t have to carry hundreds of gallons of $eg' %il' I run it "ith a little. . or plugin po"er if I a! stopped "here I have it.o$ile ()oly &rail( version of this rig: I !ade a !obile unit out of this sa!e rig. it de"aters at about /0-00M of the speed of "hen the lid is off the barrel' . or have the CF running to process it' *his is "hy I have the CF !ounted belo" the ri! of the barrel' #ith the lid.
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