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Homemade Babington Ball Waste Oil Burner Boiler Furnace Part 2

I've mostly finished the Babington ball burner which I am mounting into a boiler. In this video I show it working while installed in the burner and connected to my wood burner. Update: I scrapped the project, but I'll leave the video here for others to get ideas.
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Waste Oil Heater

Babington style burner waste oil heater
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Waste Oil Burner Assembly and how it was made.wmv

After many question on how the burner works i did a short video on its construction and the parts in it and where i got the parts form I hope its imformative and helpfull for those looking to construct something similar After it was pointed out to me the nozzle is rated at 1 GAL per hr or 4 ltrs per hr but but with the low volume of air i use it uses about 1 ltr per her.. thanks to thetrailstop
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Burner test fire.

Do try this at home kids.
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Babington waste oil burner test

Initial test of my original design which I later used in the Brinkmann Afterburner waste oil furnace. This video was shot in May of 2007. With high oil prices, there's a lot of interest in utilizing used motor oil and waste vegetable lately for heat, and the Babington nozzle is one of the best ways to do it because the nozzle will not clog from debris in the oil. Copyright Subsurface Media,
112,132 views | Feb 24, 2011

waste oil burner for scrapping construction and first fire up

DIY Waste Oil Burner for high power heating and Melting for scrapping. Build demonstration and first firing up to show running. Please like and subscribe and see other burners on my channel. UPDATE: Burner with large blower shown here: oil burner designed for melting scrap aluminium and maybe copper as well as foundary use. The burner will run on any waste oil including used engine oil, waste vegetable oil, transmission fluid or even liquid lard. The oil burner was built from an old fire extinguisher bottle and some car exhaust pieces. The only measurements taken were that of the exhaust pipe which is 50MM. The positioning of the inlet and outlet was simply eyeballed. As can be seen by the paint burning off, the waste oil burner was built and then fired up successfully from the very first lighting. To preheat, a piece of old oily rag is used. This wicks up the oil in the bottom of the burner and pre heats the oil to vaporise and burn. With a stronger blower and without excessive oil in the burner when lit, startup will normally be much quicker and output far stronger. The blower is from a car and was very underpowered for the potential of this burner. The pulsing flame on startup is due to the weak air supply and when Filming the vid I forgot to turn the oil off so upon lighting had a large pool in the bottom. As can be seen later in the Vid, once the excess oil has burned off the flame is steady. The excess smoke is a factor of the weak air supply not mixing correctly with the vaporised oil. With the right strength blower combustion will be totally clean. With a strong air supply I expect the potential output of this burner to exceede 200 Kw and maybe over 300KW, depending on the strength of the air source used. The downward firing is to facilitate the melting of small pieces of scrap aluminium parts and to seperate these from steel components with a minimum of labour. Fuel regulation was simply with a 14" ball valve. The waste engine oil used was very thick and not quite flowing quick enough to keep up with the demands of the burner even at the low air supply. The test was successful however in that the burner fired up easily even with nearly every less than ideal factor against it and ran well given the low air supply. I expect it to be a very different beast when fed sufficent Oxygen.
88,596 views | Jul 02, 2014

Creating the flash steam boiler for Hydroplane.AVI

Test of burners without cladding.
285,509 views | Jun 18, 2011

Waste oil Burner.wmv

Oil burner and Foundry This is the waste oil burner i was working on in the last video It works on wvo and wmo, it runs on duel fuel LPG to start with the Veg oil, Veg oil burns so much hotter than LPG, It runs on air from about 3psi to 10 psi the higher the pressure the greater the oil consumption { around 3 Ltrs per hr } The oil reservior holds 18 Ltrs and is heated with a 2000w haeting element in the bottom , the oil was heated to about 30c , I am thinking of using the burner to pre heat the oil in reservior via tube welded into it The Compressor was an old LPG cylinder out of a car { I DO NOT RECOMMEND THAT YOU JUST CUT INTO A GAS CYLINDER IN ANY FORM THIS IS EXTREMELY DANGERIOUS} The furnace is a couple of old kegs cut and filled with heat resistant concrete Most of the Stuff is made from recycled Stainless steel collected from either the Local Recycle centre or the scrap merchant for a few bucks Please comment and share this video with other like minded as your self Thanks for watching
380,622 views | Oct 17, 2010

Home made waste oil burner Gorilec na odpadno olje Slovenija

How to made a multi-oil Burner which works with all waste oil. You must conect air compresor and calibrate the presure 0-1 B.
39,729 views | Mar 22, 2009

Babington burner 01 waste oil

Babington burner, testing, waste motor oil, 38 flare cap, #80 bit holes, 55 psi, Ambient temp ~75 deg F. Waste motor oil, diesel #2 fuel oil, mineral spirits, turpentine, and blend ratios of waste oil : diesel #2 fuel oil, mineral spirits, turpentine tested for cold start performance. Waste motor oil works after burner is hot (prime burn of about 1 fl oz lower flashpoint fuel, or blend). Precautionary advise- Not use a fuel with a flashpoint below 100 deg F neither by itself, Nor as a diluent for blends. 100 deg F is derived from Commercial Babington burner list with DF-A at the low end with a flashpoint of 100 deg F. Turpentine is listed at 90 deg F, and is a touch below the line, mine being 20 years old, and some of the mineral spirits were from brush washings saved to a gallon container, and allowed to settle, and the seperated mineral spirits on top was decanted off for use. Small batch testing via 1 fl ounce medicine cup with 3-4 fl ounces at the max. for testing, with a fire extinguisher (ABC type) handy close by.
40,657 views | Aug 07, 2009

DIY Quality Homemade Waste Oil Burner Heater

Watch how easy it is to start & run. -FREE- Full description & dimensions video. Extremely efficient, low maintenance and easy to clean. It took many years of R&D. A used smog pump from a junk yard is 5-10 bucks. (most 1980s car truck.) IF you would like the same one I have the PN is 32-212 for a rebuilt at Auto zone & it's around 55 bucks. FYI - Might still need a pulley! Using a smog pump PULSES the air @ low pressure atomizes the oil keeping all the heat in the heater NOT out the chimney. (I had tried air compressor & blowers.) FYI - This burner setup can be used in most any wood burning stove. The more air tight the stove is the more efficient it will be. I used it many years at first with manual control in a pot belly stove & never had a problem. The nice thing about this design is being able to control the room temp, not having to shut it off & re-light it! It don't sound like much but it was a challenge to be able to idle it without a flame out condition. After your room is up to temp it uses very little oil. Also I can adjust the controls and fill the entire inside of the stove with totally blue flames. Gasifier? Questions - just ask, comments are very appreciated too! Thank You for watching - Jeff.
144,912 views | Mar 15, 2013

Waste oil burner heater

my homemade waste oil burner in process of development and improvement .
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Oliekachel, babington

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How to Build the Kwiky All Fuel Foundry Burner

This video shows how to make the Kwiky burner. Kwiky, because it is so easy to build. All fuel because it can be run on waste motor oil, waste vegetable oil, kerosene, diesel, propane, and natural gas too. It is the easiest way to build a siphon burner that works that I know of. It uses common plumbing and welding parts that you can get from any local "big box" store. You can see more details of how to build it on this web page: http:www.backyard-foundry.comHow-to-Build-The-Kwiky-all-Fuel-Foundry-Burner.htmlIf you build one, send me some hot pictures that I can post on my web site!! My e-mail is backyard-metal-casting-e-zine (@)
74,384 views | Jul 08, 2012

Babington Waste Oil Heater Instructions

The following are the instructions for the operation of the Waste Oil Burner (Plans available on Ebay). The assembly of the details is covered by the assembly drawing prints that I am selling on Ebay. Some machining skills and tools are required to build the details for this assembly. If you need help, find a local machinist or contact me to purchase the components that are difficult to machine. The materials and the sizes of the materials can be modified to adapt to different supplies that may be available in your area. I used a yard roller for my heater. I used a 55 gallon drum for my brother's heater. This unit should never be left unattended and should be used at the operators our risk.
49,470 views | Dec 04, 2010

DIY Metal Casting Propane Waste Oil Furnace Burner

Super Dave walks you through build a kick ass propane and waste oil burner for a home metal casting foundry. David uses this burner for melting cast iron at 3000F. The burner pipe needs to be at least 2 inches ID, but larger will work too. And it's 16 inches long, but it can be longer or shorter as needed. And it will work without the tabulator, or you can fabricate your own from sheet metal, there is no magic to it.
46,713 views | Jan 31, 2012

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