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I am going to pick up a biodiesel processing set up and it run on 220 volts....I know they make international 110-220 converters...I could not find anything definitive by googling it but do they make American 110 set up to 220? Thanks in advance..
 

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Nevermind...I think I found one at radioshack.
 

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Try amazon.com
 

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Hey all,

I am going to pick up a biodiesel processing set up and it run on 220 volts....I know they make international 110-220 converters...I could not find anything definitive by googling it but do they make American 110 set up to 220? Thanks in advance..
Unless I'm missing something, you don't need a converter: You already have 220 volts at your home. Your clothes dryer and your water heater probably run on 220 volts. If you're buying a Euro processor, then you'll probably have to do some fiddling with voltage/frequency; otherwise you're good to go.

But, like I said: I'd need more info to really know what you're getting into. Sorry: I'm an electrician by trade, and I can't help chime in with stuff like this.
 

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Unless I'm missing something, you don't need a converter: You already have 220 volts at your home. Your clothes dryer and your water heater probably run on 220 volts. If you're buying a Euro processor, then you'll probably have to do some fiddling with voltage/frequency; otherwise you're good to go.

But, like I said: I'd need more info to really know what you're getting into. Sorry: I'm an electrician by trade, and I can't help chime in with stuff like this.
Thanks bud.:thumbsup
 
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