Bioethanol

Bioethanol is a substitute for the traditional petrol. It is produced by corn, barley, sugar cane and others.

According the renewable sources energy law the content of bioethanol in the automotive gasoline should reach 9% (Indication B9) in 2016.

Bioethanol is a renewable source energy, a substitute or supplement to the traditional petroleum. The bioethanol is not only characterized with higher octane and provides accordingly more effective work of the engine, but also produces less harmful emissions in the atmosphere. The Bioethanol does not contain toxic components and sulphur and it is produced by waste-free process.

At combustion the bioethanol does not produce greenhouse gases, smell or smoke, but only water vapour and carbon dioxide as every live fire. The combustion of 1 litre bioethanol produces carbon dioxide equal to the quantity produced when burning two big candles.

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