How to Turn Corn into Biofuel

If gas prices are too high for you and your car can run on ethanol E-85, you can try making your own biodiesel from corn. The process is complex and there are some security measures you need to know, but almost anyone can make biofuel for your car (or other) right in your own backyard.

Things you need:
  • Corn
  • Enzyme liquefaction
  • Water
  • Authorization distillation fuel
  • Distiller
  • Screening mill (7/64th inch)
  • Disk Mill

  1. Grind corn, similar to the consistency of corn.
  2. Add water (not corn, not yet) to cook in peace and bring the temperature up to 170 degrees (F). You'll need about 30 gallons of water per bushel of corn.
  3. Slowly add the corn meal, ground water, but be careful not to cause "lumps".
  4. Add three measuring spoons (supplied with enzyme) to a value of the enzyme alpha-amylase in the mixture.
  5. Stir the solution at this temperature for 15 minutes.
  6. Increasing the temperature of the mixture to a boil and simmer for 30 minutes drive.
  7. Reduce heat after 30 minutes at 170 degrees.
  8. Add three tablespoons of enzyme and stir for 30 minutes.
  9. Reduce temperature to 85 degrees (F) and adding six more tablespoons of the enzyme.
  10. Store at 85 degrees for 48-72 hours to complete the fermentation.
  11. After fermentation is complete, you must use the mill screening to filter the mixture. What will you be left to the is E85.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks a million, I've always wanted to know how to make my own ethanol!

    (not sarcastic by the way)



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