Biodiesel is the name given to any fuel produced from vegetable or animal fats, whether they’re recycled or new. The most common biofuels used to make biodiesel come from sunflower, soy and palm oil as well as jatropha. However, biofuel can also be produced from vegetables including mustard, rapeseed, flax, mahua and algae. Given that biodiesel is one of the most commonly used biofuels, you could stand to enhance your offering by increasing the efficiency of your production facility, which is where our heat exchangers and processing solutions for biodiesel and biofuel come in especially useful.
At Teralba, we’ve been at the forefront of our industry since 1975, serving clients from a broad range of industries in Australia. Thanks to our stellar reputation, we have a global client base, proving our commitment to remaining at the cutting-edge of technological advancements. Our heat exchangers and processing solutions can be used for:
If you want to learn more about the inner workings of our technologically advanced heat exchangers and processing solutions for biodiesel and biofuel, we hope to hear from you.
At Teralba, we develop a range of our heat exchangers that are affordable and comply with the most stringent international quality and safety standards, and we guarantee they’ll remain functional and economical for years or even decades to come. However, we also stock heat exchangers and processing solutions from some of the world’s most revered industry names. Some of our most high-in-demand heat exchangers for biofuel include the Dimpleflo Double Tube solution and the Dimpleflo Multitube solution.
If you need advice on which solution will be most suitable for your production facility, don’t hesitate to send us a message or call us on 1300 20 70 20. While you’re here, check out our processing solutions for environmental wastewater.
For further information or to obtain a heat exchanger selection and quotation please email your requirements through to our experienced heat transfer engineers at: email@example.com or phone: 1300 20 70 20