Biodiesel fuel

Currently, ecological topics, such as minimization of the consequences of soil contamination with oil processing products, are a subject of much concern and require immediate attention.

Unfortunately, for now, we cannot state that production of biodiesel fuel is considered a state-wide priority in Russia, unlike Spain, Germany and some other countries, although, some regional governments implement state programs to address this issue. However, despite this, biodiesel fuel continues to attract much attention both from scientists and potential customers.

This type of fuel can be used both in its pure form and as mixture with other fuels, such as classical diesel fuel. It is remarkable that such mixtures (i.e., a mixture of classic diesel and biodiesel fuels) does not require any alterations in car engines, thus, making biodiesel fuel an even more attractive option.

It should be noted that, according to statistics, over the last few years biodiesel fuel share in European fuel market has grown up to 80% of the total amount of fuel. Production of biodiesel fuel began more than 20 years ago and currently there are several hundreds of facilities producing such fuel. In addition, biodiesel fuel also significantly increases the service life of car engines as it has excellent lubricant capabilities and is rich in oxygen.

A similar trend can also be observed in Russia; however, it cannot be compared to European situation. But this situation is changing. Biodiesel fuel is quite easy to purchase in Russia, as the Russian market reacts to customer demand. It is evident that biodiesel fuel production grows, while existing ecological standards become much stricter. One of biodiesel fuel production techniques involves addition of used engine oil via engine oil processing unit. This unit, weighting no more than 250 kg, has undoubtedly gained some well-deserved reputation for itself, as its production output is quite impressive – 35 liters per minute. Engine oil processing unit is primarily used for preemptive purification of used engine oil from mechanical contaminants. The resulting purified oil is then added to diesel fuel (though its content may not exceed 6%). Used engine oil processing unit is a profitable investment. The quality of products provided on our website is proven by appropriate certificates. More information regarding the technical parameters of our product can be found in corresponding tables.

It is evident that biodiesel fuel slowly replaces the classical diesel as it does not meet the growing requirements to permissible level of environmental impact. Biodiesel fuel is the future that is available today!