I have an older SimpleCentrifuge 2 piece bowl design and WVOdesigns inline heater. Perfect setup.
SimpleCentrifuge is coming out with a bowl design in October that will be more user friendly. I called them to order replacement seals and screws as I broke one of my seals, stretched another, and almost lost one of the screws in 40 gallons of wvo muck.
They sent me all the seals and screws for free. They are also doing a trade up program when the new one comes out. Send in the old one and get $400 credit twards the new one.
WVODesigns is cheaper because it is cast aluminum bowl from outside the US.
Simple Centrifuge is Billet aluminum made in the US.
^^^What Cashflow said^^^
Leon(WVO designs) knows what his "Made in China" centrifuge is worth. that is why he charges less for it. You will get what you pay for.
It is a cast aluminum, inferior POS..... IMHO.
On the other hand, if you are looking for an all "Made in the U.S.A" product, call Simple Centrifuge. All machined, billet aluminum rotor that is actually balanced. HEAVY cast enclosure and state of the art technology, so state of the art that WVO designs hasn't even been able to keep up copying their ideas!
I also recomend NOT using an inline heater. Using a 6-10 gallon water heater will act as an appleseed processor, removing water and setiment before the CF. What some guys fail to realize when setting up a CF is this......Its NOT a garbage disposal. It is best suited for "polishing" oil, not to get the big chunks.
Just my opinions, I could be wrong.
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