Tag - bio fuel

What is Bio Fuel ? Part 4 Storage and Supply

What are the implications of using bio-liquids in existing oil storage and supply systems Findings from the heating oil project have shown that, subject to the use of bio-liquid compatible filters and fire valves, no other...

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What is Bio Fuel ? – Part 3 The Implications

What are the implications of using bio fuel in existing appliances ? The properties of bio-liquids and bio-liquid blends in comparrision to mineral fuels such as kerosene are different. This is an important factor to bear...

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What is Bio Fuel ? Part 2 – The research

OFTEC Heating Oil Project - Bio-Liquids For the production of new bio-liquid compatible equipment such as boilers, burners and oil tanks, as well as the conversion of existing installations and equipment, it is vitally important and...

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Fuel Transfer to Iced in City a success !

ANCHORAGE, Alaska—A Russian tanker that went on an ocean odyssey of 5,000 miles to deliver fuel to the iced-in city of Nome was offloading the gasoline and diesel in what officials say is smooth sailing...

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Oil Heating Equipment

Oil Heating Equipment What makes up a good oil central heating system? A good oil-fired central heating system will contain the same controls as a modern gas-fired system. In particular it should have: a room thermostat, ideally...

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Fuel Transfer Pumps at Fueldump

Fuel Transfer Pumps   Here at Fueldump we now have available the complete range of FMT fuel transfer pumps. FMT are a Swiss/German company who produce only the best in fuel transfer pumps and flowmeters. As we...

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Diesel Pumps – Diesel Transfer Pumps – How They Work …………

Most Diesel Transfer Pumps are Rotary Vane Pumps…. A rotary vane pump is a positive-displacement pump that consists of vanes mounted to a rotor that rotates inside of a cavity. In some cases these vanes can...

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Bio heating trial passes inspection

Two properties taking part in a trial of bio-liquids in Northern Ireland have  passed their second inspection with flying colours. Both heating systems have been converted to run on a bio-liquid blend, consisting of 70% kerosene and 30% fatty acid...

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The fight for bio-liquids

The new B30K fuel will be a mix of 30% FAME bio-fuel and 70% kerosene, and can be used on existing oil heating appliances with very few system modifications. It is estimated that carbon emissions from the B30K...

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