Biofuel – a highly current product that MoRe can characterize and analyze


The raw materials used in liquid biofuel production fall into two existing categories, sugar or starch-based raw materials and raw materials containing oils and fats. There are also two more categories; lignocellulose and carbon dioxide and electricity but they are still under development. Agricultural residues and fish residues may also become relevant in the long term.

Production often takes place in two stages;

Raw material - conversion - intermediate product - conversion - fuel. In that process, it is important to both characterize the raw material and the intermediate products as well as the final product for quality assurance. MoRe Research can analyze ethanol content, lignin content, starch, carbohydrates, pine oil. Please contact us about analysis.

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