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Ethanol distiller for sale. Make your own fuel with this! $175!!

 
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This distiller works great! I purchased it from Steven Harris' website.

I've used it to make about five batches.

I've distilled expired chocolate sauces and flavored syrups. You can even make ethanol from stale bread! I haven't tried that.

I'm selling this because I am not pursuing the hobby anymore, but it is a very interesting and fun one!

Browse Mr. Harris' website for more information.

This sale includes:

-distiller

-test kit

-Zeolite 3A, for converting 89% Ethanol to 95%-99% so it can be mixed with gasoline

-The Zeolite video, so you know how to use the Zeolite

$175 plus shipping from Minnesota.
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I would so like one of these but the legal position here in France ......................

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David Livingston wrote:I would so like one of these but the legal position here in France ......................

David



It is a WATER distiller! Completely legal if used accordingly.
 
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I'm uncertain of the legality in France, but in the states you're supposed to get a permit and you must denature the ethanol to make it unfit for human consumption.

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