KEATON ENERGY HOLDINGS PVT LTD Importers Biodiesel, Distilled Biodiesel and distributes across India and globe.
Our sourcing network is supported by a managed rail fleet that supplies fuel from locations throughout india and Globe.
What is Biofuel?
Biofuel is a fuel produced from organic material like plant materials, vegetable oil, animal fat, and cellulosic biomass.
Depending on the feedstock used, biofuel may qualify as carbon-neutral. This is achieved when the carbon dioxide absorbed by the plants equals the CO2 released when the fuel combusts.
Biodiesel is produced from oils or fats using transesterification. The resulting liquid is similar in composition to fossil and mineral diesel. Consisting mostly of fatty acid methyl esters (FAMEs), biodiesel is the most common biofuel in Europe. Its feedstocks include animal fats,vegtable oils soy, , jatropha, mustard, flax, sunflower, palm oil, hemp and algae.
Pure biodiesel (B100) currently reduces emissions by up to 60% compared to diesel. It can be used in any diesel engine when mixed with petroleum diesel. In fact, it is technically possible to run a diesel engine on pure biodiesel B100. However, biodiesel is most commonly blended with petroleum diesel (B5, B20, etc.) to avoid “gelling” in cold weather environments.
Ethanol fuel is the most common biofuel worldwide. It is produced by fermentation of sugars derived from wheat, corn, sugar beets, sugar cane, molasses and any sugar or starch from which alcoholic beverages can be made. The ethanol production methods used are enzyme digestion, fermentation of the sugars, distillation and drying.
Ethanol can be mixed with gasoline to any percentage for use in petrol engines. Indeed, most modern petrol engines can run on blends of up to 15% ethanol with petroleum gasoline.
Firewood is the most conventional and ancient biofuel, and the most commonly used solid biomass fuel. It is still used in many parts of the world for both domestic (cooking, home heating) and industrial (thermal power plants, industrial boilers) purposes. Solid biomass comes in less convenient forms than liquid fuels. These include sawdust, wood chips, grass, waste wood and agricultural residues.
Solid biomass will typically undergo densification prior to being used for commercial purposes. The predominant densification processes used today yield wood pellets, cubes, or pucks. The pellet process is most common in Europe, and is typically carried out on a pure wood product.
Biogas refers to a mixture of different gases produced by the breakdown of organic matter. The breakdown process, which entails depriving the organics of oxygen, is called anaerobic digestion. Biogas can be produced from raw materials such as agricultural waste, plant material, sewage or food waste.
Biogas is suitable for use as a fuel, burning easily without producing much po
Wholesale Solutions for Renewable Fuel Producers
Targray is a major international supplier of biofuel feedstock – the source material used to produce renewable fuels like biodiesel, renewable diesel fuel and ethanol. First-generation biofuel is produced from vegtable oil and food crops such as palm, rapeseed soy, beets and cereals like Corn and wheat. Second- and third-generation biofuel is produced from biomass feedstocks that do not compete with food & feed crops. Examples include animal tallow, used cooking oils, agricultural waste and residues, municipal solid waste, non-food crops and algae.
As one of the largest international ISCC- Certified biodiesel solution providers, we can provide large scale biodiesel production facilities and crude oil refineries with commercial quantities of used cooking oil, soyabine oil , animal fats , and other biofuel feedstock.