IS BIOETHANOL FUEL SAFE?

IS BIOETHANOL FUEL SAFE?

Some may suggest that ethanol may not be a fully safe source of energy. Obviously, it is not the fuel but fire that causes the risk. Just like wood scattered around the room should not be the cause for concerns – until someone sets it on fire.

Bioethanol of plant origin is a fully renewable and green source of energy. While burning, it does not produce any smoke, smell or ash and the emission of carbon dioxide is insignificant. Also, no other carcinogenic substances are produced during the burning process, as opposed to other type of fireplaces.

"A FULLY RENEWABLE AND GREEN SOURCE OF ENERGY"

What can be dangerous however is the direct contact between the flame and the fuel. This could cause the boiling fuel to splash around the burner or unexpectedly burst into flames. Such fires are also extremely vulnerable to gentle gusts of air, creating fireballs and setting surrounding objects alight.

Planika eliminated all the above. In the combustion process, only the ethanol vapours have a direct contact with the fire, guaranteeing a stable and safe flame every time.

FANOLA® BIOETHANOL FUEL BY PLANIKA

Fanola® is a biologically clean, ecological fuel based on alcohol which has undergone double rectification process. Ethanol is of plant origin, obtained through fermentation of saccharine from seasonal produce.

The burning process of Fanola® is described as 'clean', as the only by-products of the burning are: heat, CO2 and water vapour.

After the whole series of tests, Fanola® has been awarded the EcoFuel certificate proving the highest quality standards in terms of safety for humans and environment.

Fanola® is available in 1 litre bottles or 5 litre canisters with free shipping from Planika UK.


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