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Welcome to our new and updated site. Browsing through the site you will find information on mass and liquid measurement as well as discussions on many of the latest consumer measurement issues. Take a look at our ever popular and expanding calculators & conversion sections.

We have just added sections on calibrating open neck provers and made available our Gravimetric Proving Worksheet. Also now available is the H2O density reference book and an open neck proving worksheet. There is so much to see, please look around and don't hesitate to contact us with your comments or to enquire about your custom metrology software needs.

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Tired of the high cost of fuels? Learn to make your own fuel at home from waste oil for pennies a gallon. No more paying outrageous pump prices for a product you can make in your spare time. Biodiesel.

Motor fuel means any fuel intended for use in internal combustion engines. In same cases these fuels may also have other uses such as Hydrogen for a fuel cell. If it is a fuel burned for internal combustion for locomotion or stationary power, we will discuss it here. The obvious fuels are gasoline or petrol, diesel and propane but we will also discus emerging fuels such as bio-diesel, compressed natural gas (CNG), liquefied natural gas (LNG), Hydrogen and others. Look for the links at the top of the page to see what is currently covered. Stay tuned for even more discussions.

While we are at it, and in keeping with the philosophy of this site, we will discuss the best methods for measuring these fuels, the drawbacks and issues involved and how to address them. We will also look at related emerging liquids such as DEF which is not a fuel at all but may be considered as a mandatory additive for some newer engines.


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