Biodiesel is a clean burning alternative fuel produced from biological resources other than petroleum. Extraction from renewable resources - plant oils (rapeseed, sunflower, soybean, palm oil, etc.), animal fats, or waste vegetable/animal oil (used cooking oil) - and environmental protection are the greatest advantages of biodiesel.

This is the most promising and environmentally friendly fuel - simple to use, biodegradable, nontoxic, and essentially almost free of sulphur and aromatics.

The use of biodiesel in the engine cylinder does not form soot deposits or exhaust emissions of sulphur oxides and sulphates (major components of acid rain).

Biodiesel can be used as pure fuel (blend B100) or blended with petroleum diesel in any proportion.

Directive 2003/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council requires the replacement of 5.75% of petroleum fuels with biofuel across all Member States by December 31, 2010.

Biodiesel Unadditiviert

Biodiesel Additiviert

Glycerol (or glycerin, glycerine) is a trivalent alcohol. Glycerol is a colorless viscous liquid heavier than water. Glycerol is sweet in taste, which gave its name (from the Greek γλικοσ - sweet). It is soluble in water and hygroscopic - added to a mixture it has the effect of keeping the substance moist.

Harmless to the body, glycerin is used as a food additive, a filler in cosmetics, in confectionery, printing and textile industry. As a humectant it is used in the manufacture of tobacco products.