making fuels at home, we will shed some light on the truth about making fuels, and will deal with common
misconceptions and falsehoods in this area.

The truth is you can make fuel from various materials, cheaply and very easily, some fuels require no money to
make once setup is completed, and some fuels, such as biodiesel can be safely made with good quality for 60
cents a gallon, so if you have a diesel truck, car, or even one of the newer diesel motorcycles you may want to
pull up a chair and start learnig how to cut, or eliminate fuel costs completely, this is not a joke, but it is a reality
that few seek to get involved with because of the flawed thinking that it is hard to do at home.

differences in the machines, so you can make all three types of fuels from one machine, no need to buy two or
more to get the fuels you need

2. Veggie oil fuels, WVO (waste veggie oil, and SVO, straight veggie oils fuels are the same and can be made for
no cost, these fuels are made from refining vegetable oils used in the food making process

3. WMO, or waste motor oil fuels can be made for free

4. Biodiesel fuels can be made for costs at or below 60 cents a gallon, this fuel is thinned out veggie oil fuel, the
thinning process is done by adding chemicals ($cost$) which break down the molecular chain in the fuel, causing
the glycerin to seperate from the veggie oil fuel and settle to the bottom, the fuel on top is real, honest to
goodness biodiesel fuel

5. Used oil fuels, this includes motor oils, transmission fluids, vegetable oil from fryers, and even biodiesel will
still have color to it, motor oil will still be dark like motor oil, you will see people on the net showing you used
motor oils that are clear like tea, but they are showing you oils that are NOT used, this is a common sales tactic
done by some of those unscrupulous people who want to sell you their equipment

6. veggie oil will still appear dark when processed, it will look like a caramel color, this is normal, and many many
people use this fuel and have driven many thousands of miles on this fuel with no issues, we have a friend who
has driven 300,000 miles in two trucks on caramel colored veggie oil fuel with no issues!

7. Biodiesel will not look clear like water either, it will be a tiny bit lighter than veggie oil fuel, and it will have an
iced tea color to it, similar to brisk iced tea in a plastic bottle

8. ALL oil to be processed must be heated, we recommend heating your veggie oils for making SVO/WVO fuels to
190-210 degrees, this is done to remove water, the oil is heated inside of a tank that you buy or build, the oil is
held at that temp for 24 hours, the water will settle very quickly to the bottom of the tank where it can be drained
off with a valve, this giives you oil with minimal water in it for processing

9. Waste motor oil, transmission fluids and like oils need to be heated to a temp of 140-160 degrees, this is to
make the oils flow easier, and the water to settle out of the oil so it can be drained off, as well as to drain off
antifreeze, the lower temp of the motor oil as compared to veggie oils is a safety issue, some engines in a sad
state of tune or mechanical condition will allow gasoline to get into the oil making the oil much more flammable,
10. WVO/SVO/WMO can be processed and poured directly into the tank of the vehicle for warmer climates, some
folks like to add a splash of diesel for thinning of the oil during winter months, or use a fuel tank heater to keep
the fuel flowing smoothly as it can gel in the winter months making starting harder unless warmed, but there are a
number of fuel warmers on the market to combat this

Below:  a few pictures of the centrifuges we build