Distilled biodiesel has many benefits over petroleum-based diesel. This is a cost-effective choice for businesses and residents operating and maintaining trucks. It is not only good for the health of the environment, but it is an economical alternative to burning fossil fuels to produce and purify. Biofuel, such as biodiesel, is a sustainable product that has a positive impact on the future of global fuel consumption.
What is Biodiesel?
Biodiesel is a type of biofuel that is similar to petroleum-based diesel, a fossil fuel. It can seamlessly replace fossil fuel diesel. Biodiesel is a sustainable fuel that is produced from “feed stores” composed of complex organic molecules found in nature. The complex biomolecules include fatty acids derived from animals such tallow or cow fat; vegetable oil such as soybean oil and corn oil and cooking oil like that from restaurants that has already been used and disposed of. These oils are converted to diesel fuel through a chemical process known as transesterification.
Distilled Biodiesel is a clean fuel that has been purified through the process of distillation. Biofuel distillation is a method for taking a biofuel and removing particles and impurities within the liquid through the evaporation and condensation process. These particles and impurities can lead to the clogging of the fuel filters in trucks.
Distilled Bio-Diesel Has Many Over Using Petroleum-based Diesel
Distilled biodiesel, when used in cold weather, has many advantages over non-distilled diesel. It performs better than untreated biodiesel in cold weather climates and during the winter. Fuel combustion is improved when compared to fossil fuels.
There is a dependable supply of this fuel since it can be manufactured from a variety of complex biomolecules such as fatty acids. Because the source of this fuel is biochemically synthesized from products grown and found in nature, there is a constant supply of this fuel, and it should not be as expensive to buy such as fossil fuels which are always in demand.
Biodiesel has a positive impact on the environment. It is a clean-burning fuel and is low in carbon. It reduces gas emissions by 57 – 86% over petroleum-based diesel. Hydrocarbon gas emission is also reduced up to 20%. The American Petroleum Institute, according to Ernie DeMartino, the CEO of Biodiesel Experts International based in Pearland, Texas, is regularly calling for tighter requirements on the quality of biofuels being manufactured in the United States. The standards for the production of biodiesel have always been strict and will continue to strict.
Biofuel has more advantages than petroleum-based products. It is sustainable and has a reliable supply, is not in demand when compared to petroleum, and is more economical.
It has a positive impact on the environment and will someday lead the global fuel market.