Lanxess ion exchange cleans biofuel

October 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;10/30/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 41, p38
Trade Publication
This article focuses on the ion exchange technology of Lanxess. It has demonstrated that the technology can remove impurities in industrial-scale biodiesel facilities with capacities of up to 300,000 tonne/year. Fuel standards stipulates that biodiesel contains limited quantities of water, salts, ash and free glycerine. Ion exchangers enables clean biodiesel to be produced in an extremely elegant way, according to Lanxess ion exchange expert Stefan Neumann.


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