The science of ethanol
Bioethanol is pure alcohol. The combustion of bioethanol is clean which makes it an efficient and effective source of heat because there is no soot, ash or harmful emissions that need to be extracted through a flue - meaning all the heat stays in your room.
Bioethanol is a renewable and sustainable fuel source.
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How is bioethanol made?
Bioethanol - or simply 'ethanol' is a renewable energy source made by fermenting the sugar and starch components of plant by-products - mainly sugarcane and crops like grain, using yeast. It is also made from corn, potatoes, milk, rice, beetroot and recently grapes, banana and dates depending on the countries agricultural strength.
Why is it clean burning?
Bioethanol is a renewable liquid fuel produced from agricultural by-products which burns clean - no smoke, no sparks, no fuss. The combustion of bioethanol results in a clean emission: Heat, Steam and Carbon Dioxide.
Why is it sustainable?
During combustion, the emissions from bioethanol are Heat, Steam and a small amount of Carbon Dioxide. Carbon Dioxide is absorbed by plants, it is then processed via photosynthesis to help the plant grow. This infinite cycle of creation and combustion of energy makes bioethanol a carbon neutral fuel source.