The raw materials for biodiesel are oils and fats and lower alcohols. Biodiesel can be produced from common vegetable oils, animal oils, and waste oils. Lower alcohols are typically methanol, ethanol and other lower alcohols. 1.1 oil fatty 1.1.1 Waste oil Waste oils include waste edible oils, acidified oils in the oil industry, and low-quality oils in the grain
Filtration is a key process step in the edible/vegetable oil industry. The presence of gums, slimes and gels requires experience in filtration. Knowledge in combination with creativity is the key to success in solving filtration problems. Filtration Group has more than 50 years experience in filtration of edible oils. More than 5000 filters have been
Edible oil refining processing line usually refers to refinery of crude oil. Presence of impurities in crude oil, not only affects the practical value and safe storage of oil, but also brings difficult to oil deep processing. However, edible oil refining machine is not a complete removal of impurities in oil, but remove detrimental impurities
Biodiesel, also known as fatty acid methyl esters (Fatty Acid Ester) uses the fruit of plants, seeds, vegetable oils or animal fat milk ducts, waste cooking oil and others as materials. It is obtained by lactide reaction (Transesterification reaction) with alcohols (methanol, ethanol). German engineer Dr. Rudolf Diesel (1858-1913) first mentioned the concept of biodiesel.
Biodiesel technology refers to transesterification process to replace waste oil into renewable diesel fuels. Biodiesel is able to obtain from a large variety of animal or vegetable oils including soybean oil, rapeseed oil, palm oil, pistacia oil, other wild plant oil, algae, aquatic plants, food waste oil etc. Which kind of waste oil can be