Multi-Feedstock Biodiesel Plants: Valuable Fuel from Waste Oil
Christof Industries’ intensive research and development efforts have enabled it to standardise innovative processes for producing biodiesel. We produce high-quality biodiesel that fulfils the quality standards EN 14214 and ASTM-D6751-02 from cheap raw materials and waste oil.
Efficiency thanks to Flexible “Feed”
In Christof Industries’ multi-feedstock biodiesel plants, unpurified raw oils as well as various waste cooking oils and waste frying fats, fatty acids and other plant oils (rapeseed oil, sunflower oil, etc.) of varying quality (FFA content) can all be processed. Our patented technology ensures that greater quantities of biodiesel can be produced than through conventional processes.
Bespoke Plants with Valuable By-Products
Depending on our customers’ specific needs, we plan, develop and erect multi-feedstock biodiesel plants with an annual output ranging from 50,000 to 250,000 t of biodiesel. Our biodiesel plants combine the vision of an environmentally friendly circular economy with maximum financial benefits, from the efficient use of raw materials and the high degree of recovery of auxiliary materials through to the complete onward processing of by-products (e.g. agricultural fertiliser, raw materials for use in pharmaceuticals, etc.) Almost zero waste products result from the production of biodiesel.
- Consulting, planning and vertically integrated solutions
- Engineering (planning permissions, basic and detail engineering)
- EPC turnkey implementation of multi-feedstock biodiesel plants
- Service & maintenance and operations
FFAT – Mobile Container Solution
- Mobile container facility up to 9,000 yato
- Simple upgrade/expansion solution for all existing transesterification technologies
- Additional processing of secondary raw materials (low-quality and cheap by-products and/or waste products)
- Low production costs thanks to the regenerating catalysator
- Payback within three years
- No high-pressure or high-temperature processes, no residues or by-products