Biodiesel

Biodiesel

Biodiesel is technically methyl or ethyl ester of fatty acids. It is derived from vegetable oils or animal fat oils. Biodiesel has physical characteristics and combustion properties closer to that of conventional “high speed diesel” (HSD) derived from crude oil; hence it could be used to directly replace HSD in engines. As the source of biodiesel is renewable, it can provide sustainable fuel. The emissions from these biodiesel engines are 20% to 50% lower as compared to those running on high-speed diesel. What’s more, engines running on biodiesel do not emit any sulfur.
Biodiesel engines run smoother, have better combustion efficiencies due to extra oxygen in the fuel and can take any blend of biodiesel and high speed diesel.

We have developed a batch processing plant for biodiesel production. The plant is capable of taking multiple feedstocksWe provide specific feedstock based process optimization to customers. The typical capacity of the plant is based on 10 tonnes per day of feedstock which translates to about 11,000 liters of biodiesel per day on a two shift basis.

 
 

How it works

Biodiesel