biodiesel Equipment

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Biodiesel

by AVA - Huep GmbH u. Co. KG     based in Herrsching, GERMANY

Biodiesel is an alternative to regular crude oil-based diesel fuels due to the fact that the combustion characteristics in the engine are very similar. Biodiesel is therefore one of the substances that can be used as a replacement for fossil fuels.

FuelMatic - Biodiesel Production System

by Green Fuels LTD     based in Cheltenham, UNITED KINGDOM

FuelMatic incorporates our innovative GSX patent-pending technology and our intelligent GFM operation system to allow the conversion a wide variety of feedstock oils into biodiesel.

End Products: Biofuels

by HydroMentia, Inc.     based in Ocala, FLORIDA (USA)

With focus on the development of renewable energy sources, significant research is being directed toward the production and conversion of algal biomass to energy products, including biodiesel and ethanol.

Integrated bioRefinery - Waste-Generating & Energy-Consuming Systems

by Himark bioGas Inc     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

IMUS™ technology integrates effectively with other waste-generating and/or energy-consuming systems. The Integrated bioRefinery model seamlessly unites IMUS™ anaerobic digestion technology with other systems: Ethanol & bioDiesel production. Livestock feeding operations. Slaughter facilities. Food & beverage processing. Green houses. Pulp & paper ...

Alternative Fuels

by Lux Research     based in Boston, MASSACHUSETTS (USA)

Because of the short supply, rising costs, and global warming associated with conventional fuels, oil and gas companies, utilities, governments, and other players across the energy, agriculture, automotive, and aerospace industries are investing in new fuel sources that promise economic and environmental benefits. Using feedstocks that span ...

Biofuels

by The North East of England Process Industry Cluster (NEPIC)     based in Cleveland, UNITED KINGDOM

Biofuel is a common name for fuels that have been created from renewable sources and is generally associated with liquid fuels. Biomass is another common name for fuels that have been created from renewable sources and is often associated with solid fuels. Renewable fuels are liquid, solid or gaseous materials that have been derived from renewable ...

Model GC-BF-S50 - Bioester For Biofuel And Heating Oil Formulations

by IUCT     based in Mollet del Vallès, SPAIN

S50 is a bioester derived from natural oils which is compatible with diesel / FAME blends. S50 is structurally similar to FAME. It is composed of natural free fatty acids identical to the ones found in FAME. The only chemical difference is that S50 contains a glycerol monoalcohol instead of methanol.

Combustion and Construction of Power & Heat Generating Plants

by TIG Group GmbH     based in Husum, GERMANY

We have worked on the design and construction of power and heat generating plants with combustion of solid fuels already for many years now. In the past several plants have been erected and successfully commissioned by using our own combustion grate technology for the thermal use of different biomasses and for different clients and industries.

Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (CHyP) Technology

by Candaxa Energy Inc.     based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Candaxa's cellulose to hydrogen power (CHyP) technology provider has successfully tested over 30 different biomass feedstocks and mixtures to generate drop-in ready renewable gasoline, diesel fuel and aviation fuel.  The feedstocks tested include: switchgrass, cotton gin trash, palm fronds, old railroad ties, urban yard waste, ...

Bioethanol

by Abengoa Bioenergy     based in Chesterfield, MONTANA (USA)

The ethanol produced can be used as a fuel additive and as an industrial chemical product. Most of the fuel ethanol in the USA and Canada is used as a gasoline additive and an enhancer of the number of octanes to replace the MTBE (Methyl-Tertiary-Butyl-Ether) by the direct mixing with the gasoline. A 10% volume ethanol blend (e10), known as ...

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