Posted by Krzysztof Lis on May 9, 2008
I read today an article about some advantages of using biodiesel. I must say that I can’t agree with all the enthusiastic claims stated there.
Biodiesel is inexpensive.
This is not true in every case. In Poland you can buy petrodiesel for 4.29 PLN/liter (close to 7.4 $/gal!) and vegetable oil (in small amounts) for more than 3.00 PLN/liter (more than 5.1 $/gal). WAIT! There is more to read… read on »
Posted by Krzysztof Lis on April 8, 2008
I guess after an article I wrote about biodiesel gelling, you’d be interested in more specific data about when your biodiesel will start to freeze. It depends on what is this biodiesel made from. Here’s a nice table with those temperatures. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »
Posted by Krzysztof Lis on March 31, 2008
Winter is almost over on the northern hemisphere, so you probably experience increasing temperatures. Biodiesel gelling is a serious concern in cold climate, or during cold winter months. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »
Posted by Krzysztof Lis on March 30, 2008
by Daniel Roshard
In todays society, Researchers in the United States and around the world are searching for ways to develop alternate forms of fuel. With the ever-rising fuel costs, developing alternate energy is a priority. Bio diesel was developed to combat the high gas and oil prices. It is especially made for use in bio diesel cars and trucks. Bio diesel is made from all naturalfoods that produce oil. Oils such as vegetable, canola, peanut, rapeseed, palm and olive oil can be used as bio diesel fuel. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »