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Tuesday, January 18, 2011 3:18:31 AM
Do most people filter their oil hot or cold?


I used to always do it hot, but I would never let the help filter the oil hot.

Just wondering what folks were doing these days.
Bowler Roller
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 3:36:18 AM
Never did it on the road, but when I worked in restaurants, I always did it hot.
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Gary C
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 4:46:26 AM
If you filter it cold, it just goops up the screen. Hot is the only way, and the quickest. Not so hot to melt plastic, or cook anything, but at least 110 degrees.
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sausageseller
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 3:18:58 PM
Frying oil has really jumped in price the last 2 weeks.
Filtering oil every night and limiting fryer hours will be a good way to offset the prices.
Many people don't know that if you gradually heat oil up it will lead to greater longevity.
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011 3:36:20 PM
As long as my freedom fries don't taste like fish I don't care how you filter the oil.
I have done so much,with so little,for so long,I am now qualified to do anything with nothing!
Benjibear
Tuesday, January 18, 2011 4:11:37 PM
Anyone using their old oil to burn in the diesel trucks or generators?
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011 11:27:40 PM
always hot, you can get some settlement out of it when its cold like before you fire them up, just pour it through a skimmer, but the best is to filtrate hot, and for the other question, most of the fairs we play we have a farmer or someone that reuses the oil. we have 2 guys that pay us a few bucks a jug.... every penny in the pocket counts....
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captflash
Wednesday, January 19, 2011 1:28:21 AM
hi guys .......flash here this is going to be my 5th trip from pa to gibtown for trade show ....it costs me 50.00 for fuel... round trip got questions .....i got answers
see ya in gibtown
Matt C.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011 1:38:39 AM
Originally Posted by: captflash 

hi guys .......flash here this is going to be my 5th trip from pa to gibtown for trade show ....it costs me 50.00 for fuel... round trip got questions .....i got answers
see ya in gibtown



Do you drive one of those smart cars or something? lol

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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 1:58:27 AM
Originally Posted by: Matt C. 

Do you drive one of those smart cars or something? lol

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Grease Brothers run on used veggie oil(filtered of course).
I have done so much,with so little,for so long,I am now qualified to do anything with nothing!
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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 2:27:22 AM
Is the veggie oil filtered then processed with lye?


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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 2:56:43 AM
Look at what these guys are doing with oil there other sites showing them washing the oil with misters


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Wednesday, January 19, 2011 11:28:54 PM
Originally Posted by: Benjibear 

Anyone using their old oil to burn in the diesel trucks or generators?


some moron filled an empty rotella gallon jug with used fryer oil this summer, and THIS moron poured it into the genny. only noticed it was fry oil as a lil "crispie" slid out of view into the block. oooooops

popper bizzitch got in trouble for that. but still my fault hehe
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captflash
Sunday, January 23, 2011 5:36:03 AM
hi guys
that was a very interesting video........but i have one question....why would you use a fossil fuel to make an alternative one .....hmmmm
it's all about heat transfer and placement of values... all the magic happens between 160 180 degrees.....you know i tryed to promote myself and brother a few years back
no body wanted to listen,, fuel is going to go over 5.00 a gal 3.68 in williamsport pa area two guys came and stuck there nose in... Vern Spranno and Shawn Excum.....how much is it worth to get educated .....
and yes we have looked at the smart car with the diesel
this is a great site to educate your self www.greasecar.com 
i'm going to drive 2400 miles in a 1988 ford 1 ton truck pullin a trailer with a car on it ......yep 50.00 dollars and a couple of filters .....
any questions? love to answer for ya
570 547 6289 park phone ...i'm not to far away
love flash
Benjibear
Sunday, January 23, 2011 11:45:09 AM
Originally Posted by: captflash 

hi guys
that was a very interesting video........but i have one question....why would you use a fossil fuel to make an alternative one .....hmmmm
it's all about heat transfer and placement of values... all the magic happens between 160 180 degrees.....you know i tryed to promote myself and brother a few years back
no body wanted to listen,, fuel is going to go over 5.00 a gal 3.68 in williamsport pa area two guys came and stuck there nose in... Vern Spranno and Shawn Excum.....how much is it worth to get educated .....
and yes we have looked at the smart car with the diesel
this is a great site to educate your self www.greasecar.com 
i'm going to drive 2400 miles in a 1988 ford 1 ton truck pullin a trailer with a car on it ......yep 50.00 dollars and a couple of filters .....
any questions? love to answer for ya
570 547 6289 park phone ...i'm not to far away
love flash




Looks like a good site.
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