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Old 01-09-2008, 10:09:17 AM
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Default Murphys waste oil burner machines

Has any one went to the shop tools on enginads and looked at the murphys machines , waste oil heaters , i bought the plans. has any one else bought the plans or tried to build a waste oil burner for the shop heater . thanks ron brown in central illinois

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Old 02-06-2008, 12:59:16 PM
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I guess not! LOL

Do you need help? I'm almost always available.

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I've always been fascinated with these type burners and encouraged a friend who recently built a shop to buy your plans, but no luck.
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Default Re: Murphys waste oil burner machines

Murphy, I'm looking pretty seriously at purchasing your waste oil burner plans,But was wondering what else a person would need to build this? Such as the blowers,injectors,filters,Etc. Do you provide a source and prices to get all the extra eqp?I have the propane tank and a good supply of steel and drums,But before I would put out the money for the plans,I would really like to know roughly how much extra it'll cost me.Thanks, Mark
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Old 04-19-2008, 09:39:38 PM
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Default Re: Murphys waste oil burner machines

I spent less than $150 to build mine because I found almost all of it dumpster diving.

There are no "flux capacitors" that you will have a hard time building or finding.. No tricks or gimmicks and it works great!

check out my website www.MurphysMachines.com for more info or to contact me for questions. My phone is listed there also.

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