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High Quality Biodiesel and Engine Life I have made biodiesel but have some questions

To a large extent, the longevity of diesel engines is a result of the lubricity of
diesel fuel.

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How The BioPro™ 150 Automated Biodiesel Processor Works

The BioPro™ 150, through a chemical process converts organic oils into an alternative to diesel fuel called Biodiesel. The common name for the process is called an acid/base catalyzation. It's just a fancy word meaning that the oil is chemically altered to allow it to run in an unmodified diesel engine.

How The BioPro™ 190 Automated Biodiesel Processor Works
BioPro™ 190

The BioPro™ 190 and The BioPro™ 190EX convert plant or animal oil feedstocks into biodiesel. Biodiesel burns significantly cleaner than diesel fuel – up to 90% less CO2 per gallon and 50% less particulate matter – and can be used to fuel any diesel engine with no need to adapt or modify it.

How The BioPro™ 380 Automated Biodiesel Processor Works
BioPro™ 380

The BioPro™ 380 (BP-380) converts organic oils into an alternative to diesel fuel called Biodiesel through a chemical process. The common name for the process is called an acid/base catalyzation. It's just a fancy word meaning that the oil is chemically altered to allow it to run in an unmodified diesel engine.

How to Prepare Your Feedstock I have made biodiesel but have some questions

The BioPro 190 will not process oil of mineral origin such as motor oil

The BioPro™ 190 is designed to process feedstock of vegetable or animal origin. This would include crude de-gummed oil, vegetable oils, tallow, lard, yellow grease, or any mixture of the above. These are collectively known as “feedstock”. Often animal feedstock is found in solid form, even at room temperature (think of leftover bacon grease in your frying pan.) Since the BioPro™ 190 can only process liquid feedstock, any solid tallow must be melted prior to processing.

How to Titrate Oil Prior to Making Biodiesel I know more than you do, so surprise me.


To accurately determine the acidity (FFA content) of your oil, you need to accurately know the strength of your base solution. It is nearly impossible to measure out a small amount of the base (like sodium hydroxide) to mix into a solution with a high degree of accuracy. One of the problems encountered in trying to do this, is the fact that NaOH quickly absorbs water and CO2 out of the air. This makes the compound both heavier and weaker. Steps 2-6 (above) have allowed you to determine the strength of the basic solution that you are using to titrate your oil. To double check the strength of your base solution, repeat steps 2-6 to make sure the results compare.

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