There is a mixture database over in the database part of the forum. I encourage members to put in their data but everybody is pretty busy… there are a few. I think about 20% to 25% wvo to 100 Hho is about the norm. The tank being outside may be a problem. The oil burner does need to modified to run on veg oil. An air/oil preheater plus a compressor in addition to changing the nozzle and adapter. There are a lot photos of the modified burners over in the Photos section of the forum. Just curious, why would you get your diesel from the gas station instead of your oilman?
I have two tanks for oil. One outside the house, the other in the garage. In order to put oil in, the gov’t now requires that tanks be inspected, cost about $75. If I plan to use wvo or wmo or biodiesel then I don’t want to bother getting it inspected for nothing. I found a site that describes making biodiesel for HHO but I was also wondering about wmo.
I’m successfully burning a mix of mixing 20% WVO with 80% HHO in my boiler type furnace with NO changes other than the amount of air the furnace uses. I find that the MIX needs a little more air to burn clean. I have been doing this for about 4 months now. I live in the N.E. USA. About every two weeks I clean the fire end of the burner. It always needs it and takes about 20 minutes. I have not changed the nozzle yet. It burns very well. I am NOT PRE-HEATING ANYTHING in this setup. I did put in a smaller nozzle at the start of this because I wanted to experiment with it. I reduced from a .85 GPH to a .65 GPH and am very happy with it. Let me make myself clear here. I changed to a smaller nozzle prior to using the mix. I got the smaller nozzle running right and then (several days later) changed to the mix. One more thing. I started this whole project with the advice of this forum and a little one on one with Jesse Parris. When I started I knew NOTHING about furnaces. I am mechanically handy though. There you have it.