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Old 02-06-2012, 09:45 AM
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anybody read up on this... or bought the kit to filter wmo

considering running a mixture of wmo to diesel/conditioner
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I've thought recently about buying the turn key processor this guy is selling.
I've got a thousand gallons of WMO from the generators I maintain at work just laying around at any given time, so it would be nice to get some use out of it.
I've searched around quite a bit for options and so far this one seems the most reasonable. I'd love to hear input from others who have tried it.
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I am not going to waste my time going off on a rant here, but this may be interesting reading....

WMO Centrifuge Results

WMO is best suited for heating the shop IMHO.

Although, shops like Casserly, Dynomite, Swamps, Alliant Industries, Ford dealers, etc are countingon companies like mentioned in the OP to keep in busines.

Ever wonder where the metal from the bearings goes from the cam, crank, and material from the cylinder walls, cam surface, crank journals, etc.....yup- righ thru your injectors.

Here is a test......filter up some WMO, mix it 50/50 with D2 and place it in a mason jar. Place it in a nice warm place for a couple weeks. Drain off the liquid and see what is in the bottom of the jar......sludge.

Fact is guys, if it has alredy escaped you oil filter, it surely will escape the grasp of some water filters! If you choose to run WMO, do youself a favor and build a gravity fed CF. THen you will be able to see what was in WMO. Sludge, metal and water. All not so good things for expensive injectors.
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Old 02-06-2012, 03:27 PM
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Here is some more documentation of the beautiful goodness in WMO

Simple Centrifuge ...putting a centrifuge in every garage!

Simple Centrifuge ...putting a centrifuge in every garage!

Simple Centrifuge ...putting a centrifuge in every garage!


Paper/fiberglass filters are not going to remove this stuff. If it did, this stuff would not end up in the crankcase and be drained.
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thanks for the input guys really appreciated.. i think im going to make a setup out of a 55 gal drum with a centrifuge on it and pre filter.. ill post up pics as i go, and give reviews on the super duty how she handles the wmo
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thanks for the input guys really appreciated.. i think im going to make a setup out of a 55 gal drum with a centrifuge on it and pre filter.. ill post up pics as i go, and give reviews on the super duty how she handles the wmo

Sean400

Thanks for taking me seriously. However, for the cost of a Diesel Craft CF, you could go this route and really enjoy a positive alternative fuel experience.

Check the ---->Centrifuge Bowl + Baldor Motor + Motor Mount

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A spinner CF is a toy compared to a gravity fed machine.
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Old 02-06-2012, 05:58 PM
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Yeah I agree, I wasn't ever planning on running it in my truck. I've got some remote diesel powered well pumps that I'd like to run for 'free' if possible. I'll be curious to see how the centrifuge works out for you.
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ill look into that gravity fed, for wmo is it necessary to run a separate auxiliary tank like SVO? i was hoping to add about 5-10gallons of pump diesel to my mix if needed
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