Biofuels on the other hand, are renewable. We can just plant more, and if we plant them as
fast as we use them, they are a sustainable resource.
Disclaimer: SaferWholesale does not
warranty the biodiesel that you produce in the processor. You are solely
responsible for the vehicle and the engine that you put your biodiesel
in. While manufacturer’s warranties cover the craftsmanship of their
diesel engine, they should not void a warranty due to use of
high-quality biodiesel. However; if you use biodiesel that is not of
high quality you can damage your diesel engine, and those malfunctions
are not covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. If you are making
biodiesel for your own use, you take on those responsibilities. If you
are making biodiesel for someone other than yourself you will also take
on those responsibilities for that person’s diesel engine.
Some vehicles pre-1993 do not have the proper fuel lines from the
tank to the distribution block, so it is your responsibility to change
those lines if needed. All post-1993 diesel vehicles have the approved
lines for use with the biodiesel.
** MAKE SURE TO KEEP LYE IN A SECURE, COOL, DRY AREA. BE SURE THAT CHILDREN AND PETS CANNOT OBTAIN ACCESS**
You are solely responsible for wearing proper safety equipment,
and utilizing correct safety measures to ensure safe operation and
SaferWholesale is not responsible
for accidents, fires, diesel engine failure, chemical related incidents,
or damages cause by spills / leaks from the biodiesel processor.