Bioester B100 is used as a stand-alone, fully serviceable fuel for compression ignition engines, whereas the RME/FAME Biodiesel is a biocomponent of conventional diesel fuel. Both have physicochemical properties similar to those of diesel oil, while being renewable and biodegradable. They are manufactured on the basis of rapeseed and other vegetable oils. The RME/FAME Biodiesel has a low sulfur content.
Bioester B100 is a methyl ester applied as independent, whole fuel for Diesel engines.
Bioester B100 is produced in the process of transesterification of plant oils with methanol. The properties of the Biodiesel are close to those of traditional Diesel fuel, however, Bioester B100 is additionally fully recyclable and biodegradable. Its regular use reduces the volume of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, as proven by the Certificate confirming the fulfillment of Sustainable Development Criteria.
Bioester 100, manufactured by ORLEN Południe, complies with Polish and European standards
- manufactured on the basis of rapeseed oil (RME) or plant oils (FAME)
- offers perfect low-temperature properties
- very good lubricating properties have beneficial impact on engine performance and durability
- low sulfur content
As independent, whole fuel B100 for direct application in Diesel engines.
Transport and sales
- sales in railway and car cisterns
- car cistern loading: from the bottom and from the top
- not governed by RID and ADR regulations regarding the carriage of dangerous goods
- opening hours: continuously from Monday to from 6.00 a.m. to Saturday to 2.00 p.m.
- sales in the suspended and paid excise duty procedure
- CN product code: 3826 00 10
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