biodiesel in diesel Equipment in Norway

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Multi-Biofuel Spectrometer

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The InfraSpec Multi-biofuel Spectometer is a spectral range analyzer covering a wavelength range of 5.4-10.8 µm (1850-925 cm-1), capable of measuring more than one component in the biofuel sample. The advantage of a filter-based spectrometer is there are no moving parts making it a compact, rugged, portable analyzer that is easy for ...

InfraSpec - Model EB - ppm Level Biodiesel Detection

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

The InfraSpec Biodiesel Detection Spectrometer, Model EB, with a flow-through sample system and automated syringe pump, detects biodiesel in diesel fuel down to 100 ppm in under 5 minutes at a cost less than other analytical instruments. It provides an easy, on-site check for users wanting to detect ppm levels of biodiesel in diesel such as ...

InfraCal - Biodiesel Blend Analyzer

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

As more countries are looking at reducing foreign oil dependence and using cleaner burning fuels, the amount of biodiesel blended into diesel fuel is increasing rapidly. The InfraCal Biodiesel Blend Analyzer is a fixed-filter infrared analyzers that, unlike FTIR spectrometers has no moving parts. It is a rugged, compact, portable instrument that ...

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.

Biodiesel

by ACCIONA Energy     based in SARRIGUREN, SPAIN

ACCIONA Energy produces biodiesel from first-use vegetable oils that complies with the quality parameters established by EU legislation. The biodiesel, obtained from vegetable oils, substantially reduces polluting gas emissions produced by conventional diesel fuel, which it can replace (either pure or mixed) without having to make any changes to ...

Biodiesel Production

by PESCO-BEAM Environmental Solutions, Inc.     based in Roanoke, VIRGINIA (USA)

PESCO-BEAM Bio-diesel Systems are the most complete systems on the market today. Our Bio-diesel Systems include all the process modules to deal with a wide variety of feedstock, including yellow grease, canola oil, soy oil, palm oil and also animal fats. Our systems are designed to efficiently convert these fats and oils into bio-diesel, obtaining ...

InfraSpec - Spectometer for Biofuels

by Wilks - A Spectro Scientific Company     based in East Norwalk, CONNECTICUT (USA)

There are three InfraSpec Spectometer models tailored for specific biofuel analyses. Model E is for non-volatile samples that include biodiesel blend and biodiesel production measurements. Model ES has a sample plate cover to reduce evaporation that can affect the reading of volatile samples such as ethanol in gasoline/petrol or ethanol in water. ...

Amyris Renewable Diesel

by Amyris Biotechnologies, Inc.     based in Emeryville, CALIFORNIA (USA)

The first Amyris fuel – a renewable diesel – is planned to be commercially available as early as 2010. Reducing CO2 emissions without compromising engine performance or price, Amyris diesel solves many of the performance challenges, such as cold flow and stability, associated with conventional biodiesels. Amyris renewable diesel works well even at ...

MBP - Biofuel

by MBP Trading SA     based in Neuchâtel, SWITZERLAND

MBP biofuels and bioliquids are carbon neutral and cost efficient alternatives to mineral oil based heavy fuels, light fuels as well as diesel.

ReNew Fuel

by Cellana LLC     based in Kailua-Kona, HAWAII (USA)

The need for an alternative to fossil fuels has never been more apparent than today, and algae may provide and important part of the solution. Demand for biofuels has risen dramatically over the past decade due to the converging forces of crude oil cost, ongoing environmental and sustainability issues, and national energy security. The ...

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