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What is Bioheat?
Bioheat is a 2% to 5% blend of biodiesel (ASTM D6751) with standard heating oil. Biodiesel itself is a clean burning alternative fuel produced from domestic renewable resources like plant oils, animal fats and used cooking oils. Biodiesel is not straight, unprocessed oils, but a refined product, produced under strict and controlled specifications.
Biodiesel can be freely blended with conventional petroleum heating oil and is fully soluble. Oil burners sold in the U.S. are UL listed for use with Bioheat meeting ASTM D396 and Bioheat has been endorsed by the Oil Manufacturers Association.
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Where does Biodiesel come from?
Currently 47% of Biodiesel is commonly made from soybean oil. Another 14% is corn oil derived from a high nutrient livestock feed and co-product of ethanol production. 13% comes from animal fats and the remainder is a combination of canola oil, yellow grease, brown grease, and other materials. The majority of the materials are EPA approved. There are constantly new sources being explored, such as pennycress, algae, jatropha, palm oil, low ricin castor, and seashore mallow.
- CANOLA, BROWN & YELLOW GREASE
- ANIMAL FATS
- CORN OIL
- SOYBEAN OIL
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