Petroleum Tanks - Biofuel
Biofuel is a type of combustible liquid derived from biological sources, such as plants, animals, or microorganisms. Biofuels are renewable and can be used to replace or supplement traditional fossil fuels, such as gasoline, diesel and heating oil. Common types of biofuels include biodiesel, ethanol, and biogas. Biofuels are produced through a variety of processes, including fermentation, pyrolysis, and gasification.
The most common type of renewable fuel compatible with residential heating tanks is biodiesel. Biodiesel is a renewable combustible liquid made from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled cooking grease. It is a clean burning combustible that can be used in any diesel engine or oil-fired burner with little or no modifications.
Biofuel is increasingly being used for heating buildings in Canada. In fact, the Canadian government has set a target of having 5% of all energy used for heating come from renewable sources by 2030. This includes biofuel, which is a renewable energy source.
Biofuel has many advantages when it comes to heating products. Biofuel is a renewable energy source, meaning it can be replenished quickly and is not a finite resource like fossil fuels. It is also a clean burning fuel, meaning it produces less emissions than traditional fossil fuels. Finally, biofuel is a versatile combustible, meaning it can be used in a variety of heating products.
Yes, biofuel is compatible with steel tank heating products from Granby Industries. Granby Industries offers a range of steel tanks that are designed to be used with biofuel. These tanks have been tested to ensure that they are safe for use with biofuel. Additionally, Granby Industries offers a range of accessories and components that are designed to be used with biofuel.
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Granby Industries is a member of the Steel Tank Institute. Steel and alternative fuels facts can be found under the website of steel tank institute: Fuels Compatibility Statement – Steel Tank Institute/Steel Plate Fabricators Association (STI/SPFA) (stispfa.org)