THE RIGHT PRODUCTS FOR MOVING ETHANOL/BIODIESEL
Material Handling, Fuel Transfers, Safe Fluid Handling,
As economies around the world continue to shift toward more sustainable operations, the demand for “green” fuels, such as ethanol and biodiesel, has skyrocketed.
Any company that focuses on the synthesis, movement, refinement or distribution of petrochemicals or other liquid fuel sources would be remiss not to start working with the fuel sources. A recent report from Environmental Entrepreneurs found that US biofuels capacity for 2013 is at 1 billion gallons of gasoline equivalent.
This number is expected to rise to between 1.4 billion and 1.6 billion by 2015. The fuel source has prompted 159 companies to construct 160 commercial facilities dedicated to biofuels.
It’s clearly in chemical and fuel company’s best interest to capitalise on demand for biofuels. Carbis Inc. has noted this rising interest in the new fuels, and has developed several products that make it easier for companies to work with these materials.
Carbis has developed a program that lets it skid-mount any loading and metering system, regardless if it’s used for loading or unloading skid systems for tank trucks and rail cars, fuel transfers or similar tasks.
The fluid handling systems are also ideal for moving and transferring ethanol, which has also grabbed the attention of environmental groups around the world. This fuel source can be made from several forms of feedstocks, including grain, sorghum, hemp, barley, potatoes and others. These fuels burn extremely clean, so they comply with many of the world’s stringent emissions regulations.
Perhaps best of all, Carbis designs these structures specifically to meet the needs of unique loading and unloading facilities. Using a compact design, Carbis’ products take up less floor space in any given plant or warehouse, and require very little maintenance.
Altogether, this means a more productive operation and a better bottom line.
CARBIS – The World Leader in Fall Prevention Equipment
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