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Biodiesel Processor System Manual
version 2 June 13, 2014
Jim Leidel
Director of Clean Energy Systems leidel@oakland.edu www.oakland.edu/BIOMASS
CONTENTS
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Training
Part 3: Safety Protocols
Part 4: Operational Procedure Part 5: Biodiesel Lab & Quiz Part 6: Feedstock Supply
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
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Biodiesel is a renewable fuel derived from a chemical reaction of alcohol and vegetable or animal oils, fats, or greases. These oils or fats are chemically altered in order to allow use in any diesel engine or home oil heating system, with little or no modification. A process called transesterification removes the glycerin component of the oil (which is a triglyceride molecule), resulting in a much thinner, or less viscous, product which stays liquid down to much lower temperatures. Biodiesel can be used in any diesel engine in pure form or blended with petroleum diesel in any percentage. Existing gas stations, pumps, and tanks can use biodiesel, providing a near seamless integration into our vast petroleum infrastructure. Even a commonly used blend of 20% biodiesel and 80% petroleum diesel (B20) will significantly reduce harmful pollutants, as well as carbon dioxide gas, reducing your vehicles contribution to climate change.
One of the most exciting aspects of biodiesel is the fact that it is readily produced from used restaurant fryer oils. Restaurants must properly dispose of significant quantities of waste veggie oil (often referred to as grease, or its trade name, yellow grease). The oil may therefore be easily be acquired for small scale biodiesel production operation. Using recycled waste fryer oil to produce biodiesel provides the benefits of a U.S. grown, renewable fuel, as well as offering a low cost option to recycle a waste product and put it to good use reducing carbon dioxide and other harmful emissions.
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