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The Perfect Companion For A BioPro 150, 190, or 380 Automated Biodiesel Processor!
Produced by Springboard Biodiesel, the same company that manufactures the famous BioPro line of processors, these dry wash towers are the perfect addition to your Biodiesel production environment! Made from high strength steel and powder coated to withstand the harshest Biodiesel setup, these towers are ready for action!
As with the BioPro line of processors, these towers were designed to be easy to use, easy to operate, and deliver great results all at the same time! Due to the compact design, and the Patent Pending ThetaLock technology, these towers are extremely simple to set up and use with practically any Biodiesel processor available.
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How They Work
The Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers work by using special dry wash media specifically designed for the Biodiesel market. The media, when used in conjuction with the Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers, allows for Biodiesel to be washed much faster than using water washing. To do this, the towers come stock with BD-ZorbX dry wash media in one tower and DW-R10 Ion Exchange dry wash media in the other tower.
A pump then slowly pumps unwashed Biodiesel through the BD Zorb and then through the DW-R10 resin. The BD Zorb and DW-R10 work together to remove the residual glycerin and soaps left from the Biodiesel production process. The final result is Biodiesel that is free of soaps and glycerin. This cleansed fuel is then pumped out of the towers and into a vessel of your choice.
Tutorial Video On Dry Washing
Dry Washing Basics
When dry washing, it's important to do a few tests to ensure your fuel is converted and ready to be washed. Dry washing can mask poor conversion fuel because emulsions don't occur. It's also difficult to know when dry wash media has been exhausted just by using looking at the fuel. This is because soap can easily dissolve into Biodiesel and in some cases won't effect the clarity of the fuel.
To ensure best results, here's some tests we recommend be performed on a regular basis.
2) Test Biodiesel for soap content both before and after dry washing through the towers..
Daniel Bowen from Springboard Biodiesel shows how to
properly perform a soap test on Biodiesel.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT DRY WASH SYSTEMS
Ion Exchange resins, such as DW-R10, Purolite, and others, as well as absorbent media, such as Magnesol and BD Zorb, effectively remove trace amounts of glycerin, soap, and ionic compounds. They are not, however, effective at removing residual methanol. Typically, unwashed biodiesel will contain 1-1.5% or higher residual methanol by volume. If this is not removed, the biodiesel will not comply with ASTM D6751. ASTM D2887, ASTM D2887M, EN14110, ASTM D93, and ASTM D613 are all sections of the ASTM D6751 standard which may be adversely effected if residual methanol is not removed from the finished fuel.
Bottom Line: Neither the SpringPro T76, nor any other dry wash column system constitutes a complete purification solution for unwashed biodiesel. To achieve ASTM D6751 compliance, a drywash column system must be used in conjunction with demethylation. To sufficiently demethylate raw biodiesel, it must be subjected to conditions equivalent to 180 degrees Fahrenheit and 60 torr. The drywash media supplied in the SpringPro T76 is NOT adversely affected by the presence of residual methanol, and in fact, we suggest running raw biodiesel through the SpringPro T76 before demethylation.
In the absence of a demethylation system in place, it is possible to reduce amounts of methanol in raw, unwashed Biodiesel by utilizing the 5% Pre-Wash Method. Details can be found by clicking here.
Simple To Use
When Springboard designed the Spring Pro T76, they researched several ways to make the dry wash towers simple to use, easy to maintain, and easy to refill. Out of this research was born the new patent pending Theta-Lok technology that allows each column to easily tilt 40 degrees.
By using the Theta-Lok technology, it allows the bottom of the towers to elevate making it much more easy to unload spent resin through the bottom ports of each of the the dry wash columns.
Fits A BioPro Like A Glove!
The Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers can easily connect to any of the BioPro processors with extreme ease. By ordering the special "Premium Package", it's as simple as connecting hoses and flipping a switch! Soon instead of washing Biodiesel in 24 hours with water, the Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers can cleanse your Biodiesel in a fraction of the time and use no water at all!
All In One & Ready To Use
The SpringPro T76 comes pre-loaded with dry wash media and has all of the fittings, filter, and pump to get up & running fast!
The SpringPro T76 includes two 10" Dry Wash Towers, an inlet strainer, a 20 GPH stainless steel metering pump which maintains its flow largely independent
of head pressure, braided stainless steel jacketed plumbing to and from the inlet and exit of the T76,
an exit fuel filter (automotive style), fuel filter pressure gauge, braided stainless steel jacketed
connection hose attached camlock end for easy connection to a BioPro or other processor,
as well as power cord, switch, and appropriate fuse.
The Spring Pro T76 system can be attached to practically any Biodiesel processor with ease. It also turns the Spring Pro T76 towers into a complete Dry Washing System.
SpringPro T76 System Includes:
You can learn even more about the Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers!
Click here to see the Spring Pro T76 Frequently Asked Questions page.
This comprehensive FAQ published by Springboard Biodiesel discusses just about every question under the sun in regards to the Spring Pro T76 Dry Wash Towers.
Learn more about dry washing Biodiesel with this great collection of resources.
DW-R10 Dry Wash Resin Our DW-R10 Resin page goes into detail about why dry washing works.
BD-Zorb X Cellulose Media Our BD-Zorb page discusses the benefits of using a cellulose fiber media for dry washing biodiesel.
How To Flush A Column This great video details how to properly flush Ion Exchange Resin
How To Test Soap Content This video details how to test Biodiesel for soap content
Soap Test Kit This kit was built just for testing soap contents in Biodiesel when dry washing
Dry Washing Forum This forum is packed full of people that know dry washing like no other.
Saw Dust Dry Washing Explained Article all about using cellulose media (Eco2Pure).
Ion Exchange Dry Washing Explained Article all about using Ion Exchange Resins.
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