History of biofuels’ production received from an oil plants reaches the last age. The fuel vegetable oil as a power unit has been used for the first time in the engine constructed by the Rudolf Diesel. An overproduction of food in Europe brought about the wider using a plants in a industry and in the production of fuels. In Poland such a "powermade” plant is a rape, from which the "biodiesel ” is produced. The vegetable oil in natural form hasn’t found the wide implementation as a fuel to a disel engines, howsoever possessing a suitable device we can in simply way produce the fuel based on these oils. By an esterification’s process of methanol fatty acids contained in an oil plants we can get a product, which great replaces a derv (ON).
Process of receiving the fuel is based on safe, a low - temperature and low-pressure technology. In the processed device, the esterification’s process of rapeseed fuel lasts about 60 minutes, however a process of gravitational sedimentation is long-lasting process, lasting about 16 hours. For replacement a rapeseed oil for a fuel, optimal in saving way, will be the device about capacity near 1200 litres.
In the proposed by us device, we can produce 1000 litres of the biofuel within a 1 cycle. Within one day we can carry out 15 cycles, so a practical efficiency of the device is 15 000 litres per day - using the sedimentations reservoirs.
The Biodiesel is more ecological in relation to the ON ( the content of a sulhur only 18mg/kilo) is renewable and non-toxic. Accidentally spilled oil on a soil is biodegradated in 21 days.