What is Biodiesel Fuel?
A biodegradable transportation fuel for use in diesel engines that is produced through
Transesterification of organically derived oils or fats. Biodiesel is used as a component
of diesel fuel. It can be used as a replacement for diesel.
Biodiesel fuel is a clean burning alternative fuel that comes from 100% renewable resources.
It is considered the fuel of the future. Biodiesel does not contain petroleum, but can be mixed
with petroleum to produce a Biodiesel blend that can be used in a variety of vehicles.
Pure Biodiesel fuel, though, can only be used in diesel engines. Biodiesel is biodegradable
and non-toxic; making it so safe that common table salt has been proven more toxic.
Biodiesel in Non-Transportation Applications.
Biodiesel can be used in boilers or home heating oil applications, other uses include:
(agriculture power, boiler fuels, construction, forestry, mining, etc.)
70CentsaGallon.com can help your fleet reduce it’s carbon footprint and cut fuel costs. Fleet managers and busy contractors that use diesel trucks daily to run their businesses can also run their fleets on BioDiesel fuel they make themselves on-site.
It hardly needs stating, volatile and record-breaking fuel prices pose fleet managers biggest challenge. In fact, the cost of fuel is closing in on depreciation as the largest expense. Fleet funding company Alphabet found 39% of managers say fuel prices are the biggest motivator of fleet policy changes. Fleets are tackling the fuel cost situation in a number of different ways to include Alternative fuels. B-500 is versatile to meet your corporate fuel needs.
You can produce Biodiesel at home safely for your own personal vehicles.
This 2005 Ford Excursion has a 44-gallon fuel tank. Equipped with the 6.0-liter Power Stroke 32-valve diesel engine. You get about 13 to 20 MPG some environmentalists to renamed it the “Ford Valdez” after Exxon’s ill-fated oil tanker. At $4.50 a gallon for petroleum based diesel fuel, to fill the tank up will cost you $198.00 dollars! With the B-60 home system you can fill your tank up for $30.80 or (.70 cents a gallon) with your own biodiesel. The B-60 Home Bio Diesel system pays for itself in 3 months.
School buses are one of the largest mass transit programs in the United States. Every school
day, some 440,000 yellow school buses transport more than 24 million children to and from
schools and school-related activities. At the current time, the vast majority of the school buses
are powered by heavy-duty diesel engines and consume conventional #2 diesel fuel
(although a small share of school bus engines now in use are designed for gasoline).
“We are a school bus fleet. We have 32 buses, and we have used about
80,000 gallons of B20 in the last year. We decided to make the switch to
Biodiesebecause we were worried about the health of our
students, staff and the public from breathing
diesel exhaust. Everyone in our school district now breathes easier
now that we are running B20.”Wayne Hettler, St. Johns, MI
City buses and fire trucks can also use this wonderful fuel.
FARMS Farmers have long acknowledge the uses of Bio-diesel.
AIRPORT GROUND VEHICLES
Busy airports around the world can produce and use this fuel onsite.