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Power hug!!

  1. 1. By Tessa SalazarA brew to refill LOGO
  2. 2. “ A Government ThatGoverns Least GovernsBest” LOGO
  3. 3. Survivalist/naturalistoff-gridHome-brewers LOGO
  4. 4.  But how exactly, do these survivalist get their hands on a seemingly magic such as biodiesel? LOGO
  5. 5. Using…….Used oil LOGO
  6. 6. The beekeeper brewsdiesel too… LOGO
  7. 7. Joel Magsaysay……….“Biodesiel cleans your fuel tank,linesinjection pump,and injectors”“The only thing you can convert is yourmind” LOGO
  8. 8. They’re dirty…. Joel reiterates that the regular diesel fuels should be the onesto blame for clogging up the fuel systems of vehicles…. LOGO
  9. 9.  “If your vehicles clog up after using biodiesel, it’s because the regular diesel contains high levels of sulfur, sludge, algal bacteria, and even water. Biodiesel cleans these residues out of the fuel systems for the first few months.” LOGO
  10. 10. Christopher s. tanChemistry teacher at the PSHSstudied and experimented on different vegetable oil blends LOGO
  11. 11. Biodiesel enthusiast,,,,Cuenca, a us immigrant laid off from areal estate firm in 2005, got into jobs topay for his training with Morris. LOGO
  12. 12. Commercial volumes…. Big step to invest multimillion- peso biodiesel equipment Aiming to biodiesel cheaper LOGO
  13. 13. Use with caution… Jun Lao chief operating of Chemrez LOGO
  14. 14. From the kithchento the car….. 1. Collect used vegetable oil. Home brewers usually get(or buy their used cooking oil from fast food restaurants. The tediousness of processing from oil to fuel, however, depends on how clean” the used oils are collected in a safe storage area away from heat and water and the container must be airtight. LOGO
  15. 15. 2. First filtration stage-the crude stage-removes all foodsediments LOGO
  16. 16. 3. Removes all traces ofwater. a hydrometer detect water content. LOGO
  17. 17. 4. The acid content is then kept incheck. Too much acidityproduces glycerine, soapy, stickysubstance that is no- no forengine. LOGO
  18. 18. 5. The catalyst methoxide iscarefully added. Methoxide ismix of sodium hydroxide andalcohol which is added in theright amounts, speeds up therefinement process the fuel. LOGO
  19. 19. 6. Sodium methoxide is dissolvewith the alcohol (white containerwith hose LOGO
  20. 20. 7. The methoxide with alcohol ismixed into the filtered oil for onehour at 50 degrees c. during thisprocess glycerine sloughs off. LOGO
  21. 21. 8. The biodiesel is washed withwater to remove all traces of soapand NaOH. LOGO
  22. 22. 9.The washed biodiesel is “dried.” The finished producthas distinct “ fruity smell. LOGO
  23. 23. TAPOS NA!!! LOGO
  24. 24. TENK YAH!!! (-____-) HI HI HI !! LOGO