Learn how to dehydrate gasoline for long term storage. This will enable you to store some extra gasoline in case you are off grid and have trouble getting to buy more in winter or in case of a grid down or shortage situation.
One of the keys to being prepared for when there is a catastrophic event that threatens your survival is to have things in long-term storage. One those things that you will need to have on hand in order to survive would be gasoline in order to run an emergency generator. This way you would be able to supply electric power in order to run your important needs.
The video was designed to introduce the watcher to a process that helps to prepare gasoline for long-term storage. This video tutorial for dehydrating gasoline for long term storage is from, EZ Off-Grid.
The creator of the video was looking to educate the watchers of the video about a typical mistake that people make when storing gasoline it contains. If you have ever stored gasoline in the tank of a small engine (such as a generator) you have probably noticed that the longer you store it the more likely you will end up with contaminated gasoline from excessive water accumulation.
While dehydrating normally means completely drying out as in food dehydration. Not quite the same with gasoline, it refers mainly to remove the excess amount of water that is commonly absorbed into the gasoline over time.
Benefits of watching the video DIY Project: How to Dehydrate Gasoline for Long Term Storage
Discover a highly effective way to remove the excessive amount of water that frequently is absorbed into Ethanol-based gasoline being stored long-term.
The video describes all of the materials, supplies, and tools that are needed to get started.
The video helps to walk the viewer through the whole process of assembling the gasoline dehydrator and to show you how to use it.