Florida (PRWEB) June 21, 2006
Biodieselathome.net, a company dedicated to the spread of information about alternative fuels has recently introduced instructions for making inexpensive alternative fuels at home.
The introduction of this valuable information will allow visitors to the site to make biodiesel at home, the innovative alternative fuel derived from vegetable oil. Biodiesel is a clean burning fuel alternative that is produced from domestic resources, such as soybeans. Biodiesel can be used in diesel engines without any modifications, making it the best biodegradable, nontoxic form of fuel available. In fact it is so safe, that common table salt has been found to be more toxic that biodiesel.
Unlike the usual vegetable oil based fuels that can only be used in modified, specially made combustion- ignition engines, biodiesel can be used in its simplest form to power the everyday diesel engines on the market today. Imagine companies shipping their products in big rigs run on biodiesel and farmers running their equipment on this biodegradable product.
Biodiesel is made through the simple chemical process of transesterification. During this process, the glycerin is removed from fat or vegetable oil. The process naturally leaves behind byproducts, including methyl esters, which is the chemical name for biodiesel, and glycerin, commonly used in soap production. The best part about biodiesel is that it is free of sulfur and aromatics, something that can’t be said about traditional fuels.
Biodieselathome.net has rapidly become an online leader in the biodiesel information industry. The company represents the latest information concerning biodiesel kits, news, and even legislation. Biodieselathome.net also provides information on purchasing kits and tanks to assist readers at home in producing their own alternative fuel.
Biodieselathome.net (also owns My Home Improvement Center) provides information on biodiesel production choices. The company also strives to provide breaking news and consistently updated information concerning the use of biodiesel as an alternative fuel. For more information please visit: How to Make BioDiesel at Home
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