Are you involved in oil exploration?

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Are you involved in oil exploration?
« on: 10/11/2011 13:15:14 »
For those with an interest in oil exploration, the PESGB 'Prospex' exhibition will take place at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London, N1 on Dec 13th & 14th.

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Re: Are you involved in oil exploration?
« Reply #1 on: 10/11/2011 17:21:03 »
Whale oil be damned, arrrr.
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Re: Are you involved in oil exploration?
« Reply #2 on: 10/11/2011 17:33:20 »
my unfiltered WVO[used fry oil] wont drip consistently after poured/agitated into the tank. After ~2 days the drip is better= the suspended stuff that plugs the drip has settled..Q= any idea as to how to get the valve plugging stuff to settle faster? Trying to avoid filtering.........thanx

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Re: Are you involved in oil exploration?
« Reply #3 on: 14/11/2011 12:28:03 »
my unfiltered WVO[used fry oil] wont drip consistently after poured/agitated into the tank. After ~2 days the drip is better= the suspended stuff that plugs the drip has settled..Q= any idea as to how to get the valve plugging stuff to settle faster? Trying to avoid filtering.........thanx
If this was water and suspended silt / clay , I would suggest floculants - I suspect that there are none suitable for used oil.

The commercial biodeisel set ups I have seen reply on filtration...