GlobeCore biodiesel reactors started working in the Philippines
End of February this year, the commissioning team of our company went to Lucena in the Philippines, to work on launching two biodiesel reactors.
The Philippines is a country that does not possess oil resources, therefore has a policy ensuring the development and production of alternative fuels. Local biodiesel production from coconut oil is expected to grow every year.
Two biodiesel reactors set into operation in Lucen run on continuous flow operation each with capacity 6,25 m3/h. The new GlobeCore reactors replaced the old batch system of three reactors, and made it possible to increase the efficiency of the biodiesel production.
Among the distinguishing features of GlobeCore biodiesel plants are:
- great versatility (biodiesel can be produced from a variety of raw materials – animal fats, vegetable oils, algae, etc.);
- energy efficiency;
- high productivity;
- ease of operation.