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  • Biofuel from Waste

    There are various sources of waste suitable for bio-fuel production. Agregatas technology can be successfully applied to most of raw material types. These production stages are common to most of waste raw materials:

    By UAB Agregatas based in Vilnius, LITHUANIA. from Solid Biofuel Product line

  • Biofuel From Wood

    Wood waste is valuable resource for bio-fuel productionAgregatas technology covers all stages of making wood pellets or briquettes from various kinds of wood raw materials (logs, chips, sawdust etc.). Raw material preparation (shredding, separation), Drying (for wet raw material), Secondary milling (optional for some types of raw material), ...

    By UAB Agregatas based in Vilnius, LITHUANIA. from Solid Biofuel Product line

  • Cellulosic Ethanol

    Iogen’s cellulosic biofuels technology incorporates all of the necessary steps required to convert a wide variety of cellulosic feedstocks into ethanol and other biofuels.

    By Iogen Corporation based in Ottawa, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (CHyP) Technology

    Candaxa has been monitoring the developments within the biomass conversion industry for a few years. We believe that the Cellulose to Hydrogen Power (ChyP) technology being developed by Proton Power, Inc. (PPI), is well suited to our small to mid scale biomass to renewable diesel projects. PPI has successfully implemented CHyP technology on a ...

    By Candaxa Energy Inc. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Pyrolysis Technology

    Fast pyrolysis is the thermochemical decomposition of biomass through rapid heating in absence of oxygen. Our technology applies this process on an industrial scale to convert lignocellulosic (non-food) biomass into a dark-brown liquid best known as pyrolysis oil.

    By BTG Bioliquids BV based in Enschede, NETHERLANDS.

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