Biopro 190 | Home Biodiesel Equipment (Part 4)

The little brother to the Biopro 380 is the Biopro 190. It was invented by HER energy which is a company out of Chico, California that manufactures these. It is the original unit that they produced. They then moved up to a 380, which can do 100 gallons, then they also have a small one that can do 40 gallons. This unit allows you to make 50 gallons of fuel every 48 hours. It works exactly like the larger unit, only it’s smaller so it would fit perfectly in a garage. It handily doesn’t say biodiesel on it anywhere, so it doesn’t give you away as to what you’re doing in your garage. It just says Biopro 190. It does make wonderful biodiesel. In fact, the fuel made in this machine is so good, when done right, that you can actually pass what are called the ASTM standards for biodiesel, which allows you the opportunity to apply to sell the fuel. We’ve tested it multiple times, we know it’s good. What we’re going to do now is, we actually have made a batch in this machine, and if our camera will pan down near the bottom here, we’ll notice that we have finished fuel. We have drained off the glycerin, from this machine, and so we now have 50 gallons, of washed, dried, reactive, ready to use fuel to put in our vehicles. And so how we’re going to work this is I have a handy hose that attaches to the bottom of this unit, and then we’re going to attach it to a hose up above, and this hose happens to attach to not just any fuel filler pump, but a GPI fuel filler pump, the best in the industry. It pumps massive amounts of fuel, incredibly fast. So I hook this up, and just like having a gas station at my house, I open my valve down at the bottom, pull off my fuel filler pump, I turn it on, and I walk over to a barrel, and I’ve got fuel. Beautiful, golden fuel, ready to use in my vehicle for under a dollar a gallon. This fuel filler pump just chugs like a banshee? Take a look at how beautiful golden color that is. We’re going to fill this barrel and another barrel all the way full. This can actually be put right into a vehicle. The fuel that comes out of these Biopro’s is so incredibly clear that I’m going to take this glass jar, and put a little bit of it in it, and you’ll be amazed at how clear this is. In fact, this looks cleaner than most diesel fuel. I’ll put this in here and keep that going. While I’m fueling I have beautiful, crystal clear fuel that I can now put in diesels. One of the benefits of using this is, I’ve made this fuel for 96 cents a gallon and then I get to turn around and claim the tax credit because I use waste vegetable oil to make it. I’m making’ fuel for 46 cents a gallon, that’s pretty darn cool to me. We’ve now filled up the barrel below it, so we decided to fill the one up above it. Nothing’ like free fuel huh? Again, to do this, we’ve gone out and collected oil, we’ve come back, we’ve filtered it, we’ve put it in the machine, we’ve added some chemicals, we let it rip, we came back and drained off the glycerin. Then we washed it. Then we let it dry, and we have pure gold baby. Biodiesel, the truck, the fuel, everything you need to get down the road.

One of the benefits of the biopro 190, 380 and the 150 is that they automatically wash. In fact, all I have to do to wash a batch is press the wash button. It begins a batch, spraying water in, and it just takes care of it. It also dries it. However, we have no oil in here so I can actually manually override everything so I can make stuff any way I want. And then we’re going to turn on the water so we can show you how great the water actually going’ in is.

So we’ve now just finished draining this fuel, you can hear it kind of screaming here. We now put 50 gallons of biodiesel into these barrels over here, and so we’re now finished. So we now have the complete process. So we’ve now shown you from start to finish how to make fuel; we bring it in, we filter it, we haven’t had to titrate in this setting if you’ve noticed, and that’s because these machines use sulfuric acid, as long as we know that they titrate below 16, which is about 5% free fatty-acid, these machines will handle it. They really don’t care about high free fatty-acid oil. The oil does have to be fairly dry just like we talked about earlier, but if it’s dry oil, and it’s below 5% free fatty-acid, we simply throw it in here. We always have the same amount of chemicals every time, we push the buttons and we let them rip. The cost on these machines is a little bit high, but you’re getting an industrial grade machine for the biopro 190 it runs about 8,395 plus shipping. It’s eight thousand three hundred and ninety five dollars. And then for the biopro 380, which is the hundred gallon unit it runs about 12,995 dollars. If you’re interested in seeing a machine anywhere near you, we have a full network of dealers. You can find those dealers at www dot bioprodealers dot com. We have them all over the United States, and we’re moving into different countries as well. I happen to also be a dealer of Utah biodiesel supply, and if you can’t find one contact me and I can put you in touch with someone who’s bought one who would like to show it off. It’s kind of like a nice new toy, we all like to brag about them. They’re wonderful machines, they’re incredibly sturdy, made of thick stainless steel, industrial grade components throughout them, and they make biodiesel batch after batch after batch. How’s that? Thanks for watching. We hope to see you again.

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One Response to “Biopro 190 | Home Biodiesel Equipment (Part 4)”

  1. Nidawhosoda Says:

    Cool post, I did not thought this would be so awesome when I klicked at the link.

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