This video shows a vegetable oil heavy fuel gasifier that I built in an attempt to fuel a gasoline engine with waste oil. Here i test this with an old lawnmower engine. In this video I use vegetable oil as fuel, but used motor oil should work as well.The other videos shows the build of a similar used motor oil gasifier that I built from an old fire extinguisher and some pipe. It works by pyrolysis.This one has an improved burner and sideways canister orientation.
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- DIY Video : How to build a Simple Woodgas generator for small electric RV generatorThis is the build of a simple Wood gas generator for small 5HP electric generator.This is made from simple materials that can be easily found around your home. The main generator here is a 20 gallon garbage can inside I have a wine cooler and inside there I have hung a small steel bowl. It's just connected up to this very long aluminum duck line to my filter and my filter has been filled with wood pellets to also serve as the fuel. . Then the outlet line goes over to an air inlet port.When you burn the gas you have to add air and this is the valve I've designed to allow that. It goes all the way to the RV Gas engine.You can cut off the fuel by using a wire to cut off the fuel pump. We use a 20 gallon garbage can as the filter.So first I use a quarter inch drill to put two holes in here and then I've enlarged it with a nibbler.Put a harbour wire down in the can where the filter medium is dumped. I use pine wood shavings as a filter medium.Use about 1/3 to fill up my 20 gallon. The reactor is basically constructed out of a stainless steel thermos, which is a central cylinder that is double walled and it has like a one inch opening at the bottom. And below that we've just hung a steel mixing bowl that we basically drilled a lot of holes into and then hung by these three chains that you have riveted in. And then we just connected it with a simple 20 foot ordinary dryer duct. The reactor is filled up some wood pellets ,we have stretched out the hose, this will cool the gas into the improved 20 gallon filter. And I'm going to be driving this with a small air mattress pump. And what I've done is I've rigged myself a dimmer control here so I can actually control the speed. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WLuZP71dc0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLUNw4knlkc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uz93cb0zPlk
- DIY Video :How to build your own Homemade Lumber Mill from Scratch .This projects goes over the build of a cheap homemade lumber mill using materials around your home This mill has a 12 inch saw blade purchased from Home Depot that cab do cross cuts, or it can do longitudinal rip cut.I am gonna be cutting the long direction on the word. First step is building the rollers. Four rollers are made out scrap materials lying around. The wheels are made of polycarbonate material .These are adjusted on a drill to ensure that they roll smoothly on the pipes. Next step is the build the tracks.Here I use 2 old steel pipes and welded to make a long one. 3 more pipes are welded on top of those 2 long pipes horizontally to give stability. Make sure the pipes are all lined up . 2 rolling carts are made from the leftover pipes tha slides across the pipes.Make sure these are parallel to each other.4 sliding pipes are bolted on these carts. 4 pieces of pipes are welded on top of these rolling pipes that are paralled to the horizontal pipes below .They act as a crank that can pull the sliding pipes. Threaded holes are put along the pipe that connects the sliding pipes.2 cables are connected in opposite ways to a small spring pulley system that can help sliding pipes move vertically up and down when the top crank is rotated. The Saw Blade is attached to a steel rod.The blade is attached to a washer on the other side to ensure it doesn't fly off. The axle is passed through a square metal box which is bolted using a bearing on both sides. The motors attaches to the top of the box mount .A pulley is then attached to the metal rod from the motor using a small wheel. The next step is to take whole side assembly thing attach it to the cart so it can pivot. Ball bearings are attached to the box on both sides.This must be placed at a very specific distance away from the blade. So that when I flip it the the edge of the blade will line up so it cuts clean without cutting deeper into the wood and without not cutting far enough and leaving it still attached.When its swiveled it will pivot the blade perfectly. Next step is make take the whole motor and blade assembly and attach it to our rails so that it can slide and rotate . We attached 2 pieces on both sides of the motor blade assembly to ensure that the system stays perfectly straight while cutting horizontal or vertical. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtL7LoFeTyg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=txUgR7kYpgI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUxo36NebVA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOEHT1UrbKM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deblj68KZug https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Axo2w5_qHd8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uhvSBLY0Xc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5sPu_TcUtyU