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Biobutanol equipment

  • Biobutanol Technology

    Butanol is being seen as a more superior alternative fuel than ethanol due to its more favourable chemical / physical properties. Butanol has clear advantages such as significantly lower vapour pressure and higher flashpoint. Butanol is less miscible with water and far less corrosive so it can be shipped and distributed through existing ...

    By Butalco GmbH based in Fuerigen, SWITZERLAND.

  • Butamax - Ethanol

    At Butamax, we are developing a comprehensive licensing package to supply current ethanol operations with new renewable fuel technologies enabling the economically advantaged production of biobutanol.

    By Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC based in Wilmington, DELAWARE (USA).

  • Biofuels

    The term “biofuel” refers to any transportation or liquid fuel made from biomass. Examples include biobutanol—sometimes called “bio-based isobutanol” or “bio-isobutanol”—and ethanol.

    By Butamax Advanced Biofuels LLC based in Wilmington, DELAWARE (USA).

  • Frontline BioEnergy - Gasification Systems - Syngas & Biofuels

    Frontline BioEnergy gasification systems have the scalability for biofuels operation making syngas.  Syngas is produced by utilizing steam and oxygen instead of air in the gasification process – producing a very low nitrogen gas that is suitable for various reforming and fermentation processes.  This process creates a ...

    By Frontline BioEnergy, LLC based in Ames, IOWA (USA).

  • Butanol

    Butanol is an energy dense pure alcohol formed by fermentation from corn, grass, leaves, and other biomass. Having double the amount of carbon as ethanol, which equates to a 25 percent increase in harvestable energy (BTU's), the molecule has an energy content similar to that of gasoline. Butanol can be burned without modifications in an existing ...

    By Advanced Biofuels Association (ABFA) based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (USA). from Fuels and Products Product line

  • ATL - UAV Fuel Bladder Tanks

    ATL, an AS 9100C and ISO 9001 company, proudly produces flexible fuel cell bladder tanks for aircraft, drones/UAVs, rotorcraft, missiles, ROVs & UUVs. These tough, light-weight flex-tanks resist motor gasoline, diesel, avgas and JP fuels including JP-8, JP-10 and JP-TS. Other bladders are available for hydrogen, propane and alcohol fuels.

    By Aero Tec Laboratories Inc., USA based in Ramsey, NEW JERSEY (USA).

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