BiodieselBiodiesel fuel has chemical properties that are very similar to conventional diesel fuel, and does not require any engine modifications or new equipment to enable its use as a blend stock or substitute for conventional diesel.
The ProcessViesel Fuel in collaboration with Novozymes and Tactical Fabrication has developed a biodiesel production using enzymes
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The benefits of the enzymatic process
The benefits of enzyme catalysts in the production of biodiesel have long been apparent, but until now their adoption on a commercial scale has not been economically feasible. Viesel’s process has demonstrated that enzymes are an exciting catalyst that requires less energy and fewer chemicals. When coupled with resin technologies for refining to ASTM specifications, the process becomes cost comparable to traditional catalysts. But the true economic benefit of enzymes comes in their ability to handle a variety of inexpensive feedstocks making enzymes a financially prudent route for biodiesel producers, allowing them to thrive despite low RIN prices and the disappearance of tax incentives.
Top Five Reasons Why Smart Customers Are Using Biodiesel
• Biodiesel is America’s first domestically produced, commercially available Advanced Biofuel and meets EPA requirements
• U.S. biodiesel reduces lifecycle carbon emissions by over 50 percent compared to petro diesel
• Not sacrificing food for fuel
• Biodiesel is produced from a variety of renewable resources and by‐products of producing food for humans and animals
• From the soybeans used to produce biodiesel, 81% of the soybean’s yield is protein that enters the market for either human consumption or animal feed.
• Reduces our dependence on foreign oil
• Expands and diversifies our domestic refinery capacity
• Most economical option for turning oils and fats into usable fuel diesel applications
• Creates added outlets for farm‐based products
• Creates U.S. manufacturing jobs
• Drop‐in replacement for diesel fuel
• No vehicle modifications needed
• Similar, seamless performance compared to diesel
• Dispensed through existing fueling stations
• 30‐40 percent fuel efficiency gains with diesel engine