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Here is the Department of Energy (DOE) link that describes current
in converting agricultural waste straw into ethanol for fuel.
Alcohol Fuel How To
Make your own Alcohol Fuel - http://running_on_alcohol.tripod.com/index.html
This is a DOE publication on the properties, handling and use of fuel ethanol. 31 pages, Adobe.pdf format. Mostly it is about E-85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline), but also it discusses anhydrous ethanol, and gives the fuel industry view on ethanol as a viable fuel.
If you want to use your home-made ethanol in your car as E-85 (85% ethanol and 15% gasoline, before you mix it with gasoline, it has to be 100% pure: 200 proof. This will be a high octane fuel: about 102 octane. You may get about 10% less mileage as there is technically less energy in alcohol than gasoline. If you increased your compression and do everything to optimize your engine for alcohol, it will actually get better mileage and/or more power, as a higher octane (slower burning) fuel is more efficient. But even though the Charles 803 still will make 194 proof, first time, every time, you can never remove that last 3% of water using a still of any kind. You will need to use a molecular sieve. This sounds technical, but it is real easy. Just read this letter I got from Dr. Grant Carlson with Eco-Rebuilders. "Since we remanufacture old third generation Corvettes with big horsepower-high compression-fuel injected engines, homemade E85 is important to our customers. A molecular sieve is just zeolite: link to information about the manufacturer we use is shown here. Buy Type 3A in 10lb bags (looks like a small pea gravel) it is only a couple of bucks and it works very well to dehydrate the ethanol. We mix about 5lbs in a 5 gallon can and let it sit with the ethanol overnight and pour the dehydrated ethanol through a screen, into another can the next day. To get the water out of the zeolite we just broil it on the backyard grill - it is reusable indefinitely.
This link takes you to a site where you can order 3A Zeolyte for
the ethanol you make to turn it into 200 proof alcohol, suitable for
with gasoline to make your own E85.
American Farm Bureau Federation www.fb.com
Canadian Renewable Fuels Association www.greenfuels.org Corn Marketing Program of Michigan www.micorn.org
Ethanol Producers & Consumers www.ethanolmt.org
European Bioethanol Fuel Association http://www.ebio.org/home.php
Governors' Ethanol Coalition www.ethanol-gec.org
Illinois Corn Growers Association www.ilcorn.org
Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs www.iira.org
Iowa Renewable Fuels Association www.iowarfa.org
Jamestown/Stutsman Development Corp. www.growingjamestown.com
Kansas Association of Ethanol Processors www.ethanolkansas.com
Kansas Corn Commission www.ksgrains.com
Missouri Corn Growers Association www.mocorn.org
National Ethanol Vehicle Coalition www.e85fuel.com
National Grain Sorghum Producers www.sorghumgrowers.com
Nebraska Public Power Districtwww.ethanolsites.com
Northwest Missouri State University www.nwmissouri.edu
Ohio Corn Marketing Program www.ohiocorn.org
South Dakota Corn Growers Association www.sdcorn.org
Sugar Processing Research Institute www.spriinc.org
Texas Renewable Energy Industries Association www.treia.org
Virginia Clean Cities www.hrccc.org
Try this site for buying a good hydrometer online.http://www.alcoholcontrols.com/alhyd.html
DISTILLERS - STILLS
California Energy Commission’s Website
How to make drinking alcohol
The Alternative Fuels and Advanced Vehicles Data Center (AFDC,
known as the Alternative Fuels Data Center)
provides a wide range of information and resources to enable the use of alternative fuels (as defined by the Energy Policy Act of 1992), in addition to other petroleum reduction options such as advanced vehicles, fuel blends, idle reduction, and fuel economy.
Continuous hydrogen and alcohol generator from coal http://www.freepatentsonline.com/7371265.html
Ace Ethanol, LLC
Adkins Energy, LLC
Al-Corn Clean Fuel
Archer Daniels Midland Co.
Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings, Inc.
Badger State Ethanol, LLC
Big River Resources West Burlington, LLC
Blue Flint Ethanol
Central Indiana Ethanol, LLC
Central MN Ethanol Coop
Chippewa Valley Ethanol Co.
Commonwealth Agri-Energy, LLC
Dakota Ethanol, LLC
East Kansas Agri-Energy, LLC
Glacial Lakes Energy, LLC
Golden Cheese Company of California
Golden Grain Energy, LLC
Granite Falls Energy, LLC
GTL Resources, USA
Iroquois Bio-Energy Company, LLC
KAAPA Ethanol, LLC
Lincolnland Agri-Energy, LLC
Little Sioux Corn Processors, LP www.littlesiouxcornprocessors.com
Louis Dreyfus Commodities
Merrick & Company
Mid-Missouri Energy, Inc.
Pacific Ethanol, Inc.
Quad County Corn Processors www.quad-county.com
Siouxland Energy & Livestock Coop
Tate & Lyle
The Andersons Inc.
Trenton Agri Products, LLC
United Wisconsin Grain Producers, LLC www.uwgp.com
VeraSun Energy Corporation
Western New York Energy, LLC
Western Wisconsin Energy, LLC www.westernwisconsinenergy.com
Xethanol BioFuels, LLC
Advanced BioEnergy, LLC advancedbioenergy.com AE Biofuels Inc. www.aebiofuels.com
Alico Inc. <>www.alicoinc.com
Alpha Holdings, LLC www.alphaholdingsllc.com
American Ethanol, Inc. <>www.americasethanol.com
BioEnergy International, LLC <>www.bioenergyllc.com
BioFuel Energy, LLC <>www.bfenergy.com
Bioverda US Holdings LLC <>www.ntr.ie
BlueFire Ethanol, Inc. <>www.bluefireethanol.com
Buffalo Ridge Energy <>www.buffaloridgeenergy.com
Bunge North America <>www.bungenorthamerica.com
California Ethanol & Power, LLC www.californiaethanolpower.com
Cascade Grain Products, LLC www.cascadegrain.com
Corn, LP <>www.cornlp.com
Didion Ethanol LLCwww.didionmilling.com
E85, Inc. <>www.e85.com
Earth Friendly Fuels, LLC <>www.earthfriendlyfuels.net
Empire Biofuels, LLC <>www.empiregreenbiofuels.com
Empire State Ethanol & Energy, LLC <>www.ese2.us
Ethanex Energy, Inc. <>www.ethanexenergy.com
Ethanol Grain Processors, LLC <>www.egpllc.com
First United Ethanol, LLCwww.firstunitedethanol.com Great Western Ethanol, LLC <>www.greatwesternethanol.com
Green Plains Renewable Energy, Inc. <>www.gpreethanol.com
Harvest Biofuels LLC <>www.harvestbiofuels.net
Heron Lake BioEnergy, LLC <>www.heronlakebioenergy.com
High Plains Energy, Inc. <>www.hpenergyinc.com
Illini Bio-Energy <>www.illinibioenergy.com
Iogen Corp. <>www.iogen.ca
Losonoco Inc. <>www.losonoco.com
Midwest Ethanol Producers LLC <>www.midwestethanol.com
North Eastern Illinois Ethanol Developers LLC <>www.neiedethanol.com
Northern Ethanol Inc. <>www.northern-ethanol.com
Osage Bio Energy <>www.osagebioenergy.com
Panda Ethanol, Inc. <>www.pandaethanol.com
Patriot Renewable Fuels LLC <>www.patriotrenewablfuels.com
Penford Products Company <>www.penx.com
Permolex International LP <>www.permolex.com
Primesouth Inc. <>www.primesouth.biz
Range Fuels, Inc.
Rawhide Management www.rawhideenergy.com
Sendero Matagorda Renewable Energy <> <>www.sendero.biz US Canadian Biofuels, Inc. www.uscbiofuels.net
Alfa Laval, Inc. www.alfalaval.com
Alltech Biotechnology www.alltech.com
Brenntag Great Lakes, LLC www.brenntaggreatlakes.com
Emerald Foam Control, LLC
Fermentis - S.I. Lesaffre
Genencor International, Inc.
Grace Davison www.gracedavison.com
Lignol Energy Corp. www.lignol.ca
Peabody Energy Corp.
Pioneer, A DuPont Company
Siemens Energy & Automation
AgCountry Farm Credit Services www.agcountry.com
AgStar Financial Services
Christianson & Associates, PLLP
Deere & Company, JD Agri Services Division
Encore Business Solutions
Greene Holcomb & Fisher LLC
Kennedy and Coe, LLC
McGladrey & Pullen, LLP
Moore Stephens Frost Financial Group
Summit Software, Inc.
Weaver & Tidwell
Wells Fargo Securities, LLC
Arent Fox PLLC
Chapman and Cutler LLP
Faegre & Benson LLP
Fredrikson & Byron, PA
Fulbright & Jaworski LLP
Greenberg Traurig, LLP
Milo Belle Consultants
Stoel Rives LLP
Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati www.wsgr.com
Archer Daniels Midland
Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings, Inc.
Green Plains Renewable Energy.
Lignol Energy Corporation
Pacific Ethanol, Inc.
Renova Energy (Wyoming Ethanol)
The Andersons Inc.
DAVID BLUM - ALCOHOL CAN BE GAS - BIBLE ON MAKING ALCOHOL FOR FUEL
Station Locations - E85 Fueling
To see if you can drive your alcohol powered vehicle in the HOV lanes, click here: http://www.afdc.doe.gov/p_single_faq.cgi?10
FFV’s (Flexible Fuel Vehicles), factory ready to use E-85, are
available. Approximately 2 million FFV’s have already been sold in the
United States, even though many buyers are completely unaware that they
use E85 fuel (85% Ethanol). This is according to the National Ethanol
Coalition. Check your owner's manual, visit with your dealer, or see
list of current model year FFVs to determine if you drive a vehicle
can fuel with E85. Here is a list of car models currently available as
flexible fuel vehicles.
This related link takes you to a site where you can search vehicles made in year 2000 or later to see if they are already considered an FFV vehicle. http://www.eere.energy.gov/cleancities/afdc/afv/models.html
Here is the root link for this site.
Whatever feed stock you now use, and ferment with Temperature Tolerant Turbo Yeast will improve your fermentation! Whatever pH you currently ferment in, Temperature Tolerant Turbo Yeast will ferment to and it have it´s general best performance between pH 4 and 5.5.