Category: Biodiesel

Biodiesel process

Biodiesel is an alternative diesel fuel consisting of fatty acid alkyl monoesters from vegetable oils or animal fats. At present, most biodiesel is produced from soybean oil, methanol and an alkaline catalyst (cholinesterase). However, most of the cheap oils that are not easily digested by human body can be converted into biodiesel. (1) physical refining:

What Is Biodiesel Feedstock?

Biodiesel is as an eco-friendly alternative to traditional diesel fuels, and can be used to power a standard diesel engine. Made from plant and animal oils, this fuel is often blended with regular diesel to balance environmental and performance factors. To make biodiesel fuel, producers mix biodiesel feedstock with alcohol in a special processing machine. These machines transform

What is Biodiesel Fuel?

Biodiesel is a natural and renewable domestic fuel alternative for diesel engines made from vegetable oils, mostly soy and corn. It contains no petroleum, is nontoxic and biodegradable. This type of fuel burns clean, which results in a significant reduction of the types of pollutants that contribute to smog and global warming and emits up to 85%