Este BIOCOMBUSTIBILE SIGUR? (Umplerea cu motorină în locuri îndepărtate) | Navigare Ep 334

Este BIOCOMBUSTIBILE SIGUR?  (Umplerea cu motorină în locuri îndepărtate) |  Navigare Ep 334

Găsirea motorinei este întotdeauna o provocare. Dar când tot ceea ce aveți la dispoziție este biocombustibil, cât de sigur este biodieselul într-un motor de barca cu pânze? Apoi mai e problema de a găsi un loc unde să părăsești și barca… Dacă ți-a plăcut acest videoclip, trimite-ne un scurt „Mulțumesc mult” prin SUPER MULTUMESC! 🙏 00:00 Navigare cu vreme nefavorabilă (încă) 02:21 Navigarea în strâmtoarea Buton, Sulawesi 05:14 Baubau (Bau-Bau?) 07:25 Cum să găsiți motorină în locuri îndepărtate 13:55 Problema cu biocombustibilul 14:41 Indonezia biodieselul explicat 16:09 Prețul combustibilului în Indonezia 17:04 Cum să introduceți combustibilul la bord 🤙 Susține videoclipurile noastre: PATREON | FTBMates | Fondul de rom – Vă mulțumim pentru vizionare, vă rugăm să dați LIKE și SUBSCRIBE, ne ajută cu adevărat să fim remarcați. Pace și vânturi bune! Liz și Jamie ▶️ CUM AM ÎNCEPUT SĂ NAVIGAM – ▶️ SABAH LA LOMBOK [PLAYLIST]
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25 thoughts on “Este BIOCOMBUSTIBILE SIGUR? (Umplerea cu motorină în locuri îndepărtate) | Navigare Ep 334

  1. We had a bad experiance last year with bio diesel. During a rough passage the fuel in one tank broke down, and half filled our racor filter with fat. We had it tested and it was shown to be the fame content separating. The fuel itself wont harm and engine, and most diesels will run happily on it, but its shelf life is only around 90 days before it starts to break down. Also the fame content is hydroscopic, and therefore atracts moisture. As we all know water is the prime cause of diesel bug. We run with fuel additives to help prevent the break down of the fuel, and a diesel bug preventor.

  2. Here in Sweden there are two different bio-oils that can be put into diesel. FAME from veggieoil or HVO that is made from all sorts of bio residue. Animal fat, used veggie oil a.s.o. HVO is chemically altered to be as close to diesel as possible, and is either mixed into diesel or sold as straight HVO100.
    They have to put at least 5% bifuel in diesel for cars, but at marine fuelstations they allow 0% for better storage.
    FAME burns well, but there are bacteria that can grow and form clumps in the tank with time. HVO have no problems other than being a bit more expensive than normal diesel. The last fillup in my boat every fall, I put in HVO or marine diesel.
    There're additives to put in to prevent bacterial growth that seems to work fine too.

  3. 70 p. a liter! That's a bargain! And the fun of going to town and seeing the people! Those kids are charming – wish I could have heard them address Liz as Mister… Take care, guys. A la prochaine!

  4. Good work, capturing the rainbow on film. I had to use my imagination regarding the unicorn, however. Was he running before a storm under bare pole? That's the picture I drew in my mind, anyway. It's not easy being a dad, sometimes.
    Not that you had any choice, but I question the environmental benefits of Indonesia's bio diesel. Whether you're burning that, or dinosaur wee, you're adding a couple of oxygen bits to a carbon bit and spitting it out the exhaust as C02. In the case of Indonesia's bio diesel, you're cutting down native habitat to facilitate the process. Drilling a hole in a Middle Eastern desert might just be a better option, overall.
    I don't know if I've missed an episode or two, but what's happened with your vibration issues? The suspense is killing me! It's like reading an Agatha Christie novel with one eye on an episode of Midsommer Murders, except, after this amount of time, it's more like a "who hasn't fixed it" rather than a "who done it".
    Thanks for your efforts, once again.

  5. You have a newer Beta diesel engine so the issues with tiny injection pump & injector internal rubber o-rings and seals shouldn't be much of a problem since all newer diesel builds use Viton rubber for seals which is up to the rigors of exposure to biofuels and won't be rapidly degraded.

    Older motors with aged rubber bits inside of them are martyrs to the biofuels. Many such old seals are barely holding together as it is and exposure to bio will finish them off right quick. Biodiesel makes a really good cleaner compared to dino diesel as it does a great job dissolving gunk and sticky glues just as much as the old seals and gaskets inside an older fuel system.

    I'm assuming you replaced all of your fuel lines when you repowered and hopefully you used biodiesel-rated hoses in the process since those rubber hoses that aren't made to withstand it can be rapidly attacked and fall apart from the inside out and fill your tanks, pumps, and filters with tiny rubber coffee grounds and goey glop from the dissolving non-Viton rubber bits.

    Finally bio is hydrophilic and will attract moisture contributing to diesel bug. We always use Biobor JF additive to poison and kill any biotics in the fuel before they get a chance to spread and grow. Prevention is better than a cure.

  6. Oil is the Sun's natural energy storage system. First, there is no such thing as "renewable" energy. Solar is NOT renewable in any real sense of the word. The correct word is "abundant". However, no part of that energy get renewed. There is less sun today than yesterday. Oil, however, is being created every day. We now know that the earth is essentially an oil producing planet. Oil comes from the Sun and components of the earth and is not "bad" anymore than the majority of stuff on earth is "bad" as most of it will kill you if you try to consume it or use it improperly.

  7. Heads Up!
    Biodiesel has the tendency to remove sludge/slime/buildup/etc. from the inside of diesel tanks and lines (as it has the tendency to be thinner than typical diesel). This now free sludge/slime/buildup now goes into the filters and can foul the injectors. Change the filters more often, this helps.

  8. Biofuels are not kind to the environment. Should never be used.
    I grew up in Sulawesi and to carve away at a tropical rainforest to plant palm is disgusting.

    Myth one. Oil is fossil fuel
    Myth two. It is running out

    Environmental concerns are politically and financially motivated. Nothing more

  9. I used to run my 1980 Mercedes 300D on 100% used frying oil, a friend of mine would treat it first with alcohol and lime. I was a chef so I could get oil from several chef-pals which I could then trade for treated fuel oil. I drove 300k-400k miles for only 28 cents a liter. I did use a treatment that killed the bugs but fuels with animal fat grow more bugs than Palm. Almost all the commercial frying oils are cottonseed, aka rapeseed. Bio-fuel is a better lubricant and does destroy certain grades of plastic and rubber hoses. All the fuel lines they sell at Mercedes will be bio fuel up graded. They are stock on MB engines and equipment. On Youtube there are videos that show the procedure to make Poly-diesel from plastic scraps. This will clean up the oceans faster than any other way. All that plastic is just fuel in storage.

  10. 104th fan LIKE; 483rd desktop phantom shipmate view. I've seen a few old Mercedes-Benz that had conversions to their "D" engines so they could run on repurposed cooking oil – with the added benefit of exhaust with the appetizing aroma of a donut shop. I haven't actually smelled one for proof… but that sort of biodiesel seemed like a good DIY option, for those so inclined.

  11. Price of fuel I know too well, at 14mpg in the old Range Rover I'm a regular customer for Petrol at the local pump, just a little top up in the tank last week with £80 worth, probably be back next week for more, currently now down to £1.57 ltr

  12. There was a YT family who recently reported that their jerry cans were not filled up to what the kiosk meter said, ie they were cheated of about 10% volume. Was that your experience?

  13. Looks like you have limited options. I guess fossil fuels are bad enough without mixing them with palm oil which is further destroying the environment. Until you have an alternative fuel option the biggest concern will be if it’s doing damage to the engine and pipe work on Esper. Back here in old Blighty some older cars are having problems using E10 petrol because of bio fuel.

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