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Biodiesel Content In Diesel Fuel equipment

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    InfraSpec - Multi-Biofuel Spectrometer

    The InfraSpec VFA-IR Spectrometer is a portable infrared analyzer that provides on-site analysis of biodiesel in diesel, ethanol in gasoline and water in ethanol, all  in less than a minute. Weighing less than 5 lbs. including the rechargeable battery, the system may be on the move for a full shift before requiring a recharge. The InfraSpec ...

    By Spectro Scientific based in Chelmsford, MASSACHUSETTS (USA). from Biodiesel Blend Analyzers Product line

  • VHG Labs - Biodiesel Fuels

    The analysis of biodiesel fuels has become an important part of modern petroleum analysis. Biodiesel fuels are made using a percentage of new or recycled feedstock, which include canola, rapeseed, soy, animal fat, and vegetable oils.

    By LGC Standards based in Teddington, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • BioGTS - Biodiesel Plant

    The BioGTS biodiesel technology can produce environmentally friendly biodiesel more cost-effectively from animal- and plant-based fats, oils and greases generated in food industries, restaurants, agriculture, etc. The biodiesel produced by our BioGTS biodiesel plants is a high-quality fuel that meets the international biodiesel standards.

    By BioGTS Ltd. based in Jyväskylä, FINLAND.

  • Traditional Biodiesel Production Processes

    Traditional biodiesel production processes typically utilize feedstocks with Free Fatty Acid (“FFA”) content less than 1% because the presence of FFAs during the transesterification process will produce soaps and emulsions, which prevents the separation of methyl esters from glycerine. For this reason, traditional processes typically ...

    By BIOX Corporation based in Hamilton, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • MBP - Biofuel

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

    By MBP Trading SA based in Neuchâtel, SWITZERLAND.

  • 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).

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