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Higher fatty acid methyl esters are produced from vegetable oil so as an environment-friendly product they are helpful in reducing the global emission of carbon dioxide. Fatty acid methyl esters are created by means of chemical reaction called transesterification.

Transesterification is a reaction where triacylglycerols particles react with alcohol with the usage of a catalyst (eg. KOH, NaOH, NaOCH3, etc.). The products of reaction are fatty acid esters and glycerin.

Methyl esters are used as a biocomponent of fuel oil.

In comparison with the traditional fuel it can be characterized by following advantages:

  • very low sulphur content
  • completely biodegradable
  • energy value comparable with fuel oil
  • it significantly lowers the emission of particles and hydrocarbons
  • higher ignition temperature than fuel oil
  • better lubricating characteristics

Raw glycerin is a by-product of methyl esters production. In its refined form is a thick, oily, sweet-tasting liquid, easily soluble in water and in alcohol, insoluble in ether and in chloroform. It has many applications.

Most common usage of raw glycerin:

  • Further refining to refined glycerin
  • In the process of biogas production
  • Combustion
  • Production of resins
  • Production of building materials
  • Production of plastic


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