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Photo Gallery - This gallery represents the work over several years. Some designs have been replaced and/or updated as time progressed. Most images contain a date stamp visable on the large version. Please note the date when viewing. We are always experimenting with new concepts and designs. If you have any questions about any photo please contact us.
Total photos in gallery 1280 - Latest photo update 2016/07/11 12:37:36
Asterisk(*) indicates new photos in the past 30 days
Adapter 56C to 56J ( 15 )
Algae Recovery ( 42 )
Bacterial fermentation ( 1 )
Balancer Mandrels ( 8 )
Bearing replacement ( 25 )
Botry Culture ( 2 )
Building a gantry ( 16 )
Chestnut Extract ( 9 )
CNC Coolant ( 6 )
Coconut Oil ( 8 )
Construction ( 43 )
Contaminated diesel ( 2 )
Craig's Machine ( 31 )
Cross Drill End Bell ( 10 )
Crude oil ( 5 )
Custom motor shaft ( 23 )
Experimental Motor ( 19 )
Explosion proof motor ( 3 )
Feed Cone ( 29 )
Feed Cone with Fins ( 6 )
Feed Tube ( 3 )
Filter Paper ( 7 )
Ford on WMO ( 2 )
Foundry ( 5 )
Foundry 2 ( 18 )
Gear pump ( 2 )
Grinding fluid ( 19 )
Grinding fluid 2 ( 14 )
Heaters ( 9 )
History ( 11 )
Homemade Diesel ( 7 )
Homemade diesel 2 ( 41 )
Homemade Diesel 3 ( 15 )
Homemade Diesel 4 ( 12 )
How it works ( 3 )
Hydraulic Oil ( 3 )
Keyless Bushing ( 11 )
Lab Centrifuge ( 16 )
Lab Centrifuge 2 ( 18 )
Lapidary Cutting Oil ( 2 )
Lock motor shaft ( 6 )
Magnesol removal ( 6 )
Microwave heater ( 7 )
Misc. Mods ( 4 )
Mitsubishi 4x4 on WMO ( 10 )
New Feed Cone ( 16 )
New Feed Tube ( 7 )
New Rotor 2013 ( 24 )
New rotor design ( 16 )
Oil and Contaminants ( 42 )
Oil Skimmer ( 8 )
Our Shop ( 37 )
Peristaltic Pump ( 29 )
Powder Coating ( 10 )
Renderings ( 8 )
Retrofit rotor for WVOD ( 17 )
Rework Mount ( 10 )
Rotor fins ( 34 )
Rotor Fins One Piece ( 6 )
Seal ( 6 )
Sea Weed ( 4 )
Sediment removal ( 16 )
See thru lid - Building ( 16 )
See thru lid - Testing ( 28 )
Skim Tube ( 56 )
Skim Tube for VCO ( 8 )
Small Settling Tank ( 14 )
Tanks ( 9 )
Tanks - Complete System ( 13 )
Tap drain ( 10 )
Testing Seal Screws ( 6 )
Tests by fuelfarmer ( 22 )
Turn key machine ( 38 )
Two part rotor ( 30 )
Ultrasonic filter cleaning ( 8 )
Updates ( 26 )
Users Machines ( 34 )
Vacuum pickup ( 3 )
VW on WMO ( 7 )
Water-Oil Seperator ( 7 )
Water trap ( 5 )
Wine Clarification ( 4 )
WVO Heat Tests ( 7 )
WVO Pump ( 6 )
WVO Tests ( 14 )
Seal
This shows the v-ring seal and the method we use to grease and install it.
To keep grease off the shaft during installation of the v-ring shaft seal I found this dental pick at the pharmacy. The curved shape allows me to get into tight spots with accuracy. Lay down a nice bead of grease in the seal race. This is a standard axle grease. I made this simple tool to install the seal. It's a piece of round stock with a 0.65 inch hole bored through it. A piece of wood with a hole drilled in it would also work.
To keep grease off the shaft during installation of the v-ring shaft seal I found this dental pick at the pharmacy. The curved shape allows me to get into tight spots with accuracy. Lay down a nice bead of grease in the seal race. This is a standard axle grease. I made this simple tool to install the seal. It's a piece of round stock with a 0.65 inch hole bored through it. A piece of wood with a hole drilled in it would also work.
Slowly press the seal installer all the way down to the hub. The depth of the seal race provides the proper lip compression of the seal. Simply push it down and it's installed perfectly. This is the installed v-ring. This should be kept greased to ensure a long seal life. Machine was flooded. I expected the worst but the seal kept the motor nice and dry. This photo was taken just after the motor was removed. As it turned out the motor was fine. It had over heated. Cleaned the fan, gave it a once over, and put it back into the machine. This motor is about 3 year old. All original.
Slowly press the seal installer all the way down to the hub. The depth of the seal race provides the proper lip compression of the seal. Simply push it down and it's installed perfectly. This is the installed v-ring. This should be kept greased to ensure a long seal life. Machine was flooded. I expected the worst but the seal kept the motor nice and dry. This photo was taken just after the motor was removed. As it turned out the motor was fine. It had over heated. Cleaned the fan, gave it a once over, and put it back into the machine. This motor is about 3 year old. All original.
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