Safety precautions when making biodiesel fuel:
- Use the same safety precautions that are standard practice in any chemistry laboratory. Eye protection, gloves, long sleeve shirts, shoes, a designated eye wash nearby, etc.
- Ensure operator safety. Set the system on a stable and rigid structure so it will not tip over easily, especially when filled with potentially caustic or volatile fluids.
- Keep the liquids ENCLOSED at all times to minimize exposure to potentially explosive spills or vapors. Ensure that the system is entirely sealed.
- Ensure that there is no way a spark can be created in the area where the system is set up.
Title: What you should know when making biodiesel fuel?
Description: Safety precautions when making biodiesel fuel
Last Edited: 9/19/2013
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