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Old 01-09-2011, 09:24 PM
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Brownies anyone?? More Centrifuge stuff...

Well here is some thing interesting, I normally can run a couple hundred gallons of oil before I get much (1/4") junk to scrape from my CF bowl.
Last weekend I ran about 70 gal. And this is what I got. This oil was from a new source and that could be the reason ALSO I decided to try running it hotter, 150* instead of 130*... did that make the difference? I doubt it but if so that's quite a difference.
I was running the fuge with about 15 gal. to go to finish the batch when I heard a vibration from the bowl as if it were out of balance so i decided to shut it down to inspect. Good thing I did.

The "brownie dough" you see is an inch deep at the bottom and tapers to about 1/4" at top.




This is a pie pan almost full of what i scraped from the bowl.



Looks like brownines!
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:54 PM
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Welcome to my world. I almost get that from 30 gallons.
I started running through a 400 and 200 after my 600 mesh barrel filters. That has reduced it down a lot..
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i like brownies!
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Umm, tasty looking.
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Is it a chicken joint?

That is awesome! I get stuff like that in the settleing tank, and in the fuge. Looks to be flour.
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looks delicious
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i love how you put in a pie pan and even sliced it. take it to work and see if anyone gives the recipe a try...
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Clay
Is it a chicken joint?

That is awesome! I get stuff like that in the settleing tank, and in the fuge. Looks to be flour.
Not a chicken joint but they do serve chicken strips. They have a wide aray on the menu and serve things like chicken strips, fried catfish, fried onion rings, fried green beans, fried tortilia chips, beer battered fried potatoes...etc. etc. Yes it looks like flour to me too.
I eat there once a week and also go for ther micro brew. Its an awsome place to eat. Been going there for about 18 years since it opened.
If you ever come to town, i recommend it.
Bricktown Brewery - Oklahoma City :: Menu
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Its most likely flower and breading and I'm willing to bet they have their own in house oil filter so thats why you have so much of it.
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Its most likely flower and breading and I'm willing to bet they have their own in house oil filter so thats why you have so much of it.
It looks, feels, smells, tastes the same as what always comes from the bowl, just a lot more of it. Very small particles so im thinking flour.






















No i didnt actually taste it.
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