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KieselGreen 5 Liter Bioethanol 96.6% pure ethanol with cap valve€25,50 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 1 Liter bioethanol 96.6% biofuel in liter bottle ambient fireplace€5,95 Add to basket
Kynast Bioethanol 1 Liter bioethanol 96.6% biofuel in liter bottle ambient fireplace€5,95 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 6 Liter bioethanol 96.6% biofuel in liter bottle ambient fireplace€24,95 Add to basket
Bioethanol 10 Liter bioethanol 96.6% biofuel in jerry can for ambiance fireplaces€45,95 Add to basket
Kieselgreen Bioethanol 12 Liter 96.6% odorless biofuel in liter bottle€46,00 Add to basket
Kynast Bioethanol 12 Liter Bottle 96,6% Biofuel€46,00 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 20 Liter Bioethanol 96,6% biofuel in jerrycan€87,50 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 30 Liter Bioethanol 96,6% biofuel in jerrycan€127,50 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 60 Liter Bioethanol 96,6% biofuel in jerrycan€251,50 Add to basket
Bioethanol 90 Liter bioethanol 96,6% biofuel in jerrycan for fireplaces€363,00 Add to basket
KieselGreen Bioethanol 120 Liter Bioethanol 96,6% biofuel in jerrycan€485,00 Add to basket
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Explanation of Kieselgreen Bioethanol 96.6%:
The production of Kieselgreen bioethanol with an alcohol purity of 96.6% is achieved through two processes. First, fermentation takes place, followed by distillation. In order to obtain 100% alcohol, a further process has to be carried out. This third process is called absolutation.
The quality of bioethanol varies from manufacturer to manufacturer. The percentage of bioethanol that can be produced depends on the manufacturing process and even more on the raw materials. Bioethanol is often available on the market made from mouldy and polluted raw materials, containing by-products or residues such as acetone, and is often used in industry because of the need for products with different alcohol percentages.
However, this is not the case with fireplaces and ovens. Here a pure product ensures a nicer, healthier and better combustion. It is therefore important that the fuel is as pure as possible.
Our bioethanol supplier therefore uses high quality European vegetable raw materials for the production processes and thus guarantees a pure and high quality product.
Thus, with our 96.6% Kieselgreen bio-ethanol we supply a product of very good quality, and with our bio-ethanol with an alcohol percentage of no less than 100% it is even an outstanding product!
Explanation about bio-ethanol:
Atmospheric fireplace bioethanol is always denatured. This denaturation means that the ethanol is made unusable for human consumption. This is done by adding a minimum amount of "bitter substances" to the ethanol. If this is not added, so called excise tax has to be paid on the fuel, just like with alcoholic beverages.
In science / chemistry there are general rules to indicate the percentage or value, of for example alcohol. If one hundred percent ethanol is made, one has to accurately state this value (this means that no more water is included in the product), it doesn't matter if an additive (like MEK or Bitrex) is added AFTER that. The additives do not change the properties of the material - like flammability, density, mass, freezing, etc. -and is therefore irrelevant and unproven. Using or stating a different percentage can cause confusion for the user or, in the worst case, even cause accidents.
The situation is different when water is added or still present. Water is in fact the product, that influences the properties of ethanol.
96.6% ethanol, for example, means nothing but the liquid contains 96.6% ethanol and 3.4% water.
The freezing point of e.g. -111 C is shifted further and further up with sinking percentage of ethanol. For example, the freezing point of 50% ethanol (i.e. 50% ethanol and 50% water) is at -32C.
The situation is similar with flammability:
Therefore, if the alcohol content is only 30% (examples), water is present in the liquid 70%, and it cannot be ignited.
Whether it contains additives or not. Relevant is the water content in ethanol to determine the percentage.
Combustion of bioethanol
As can be deduced from the chemical reaction when burning bioethanol: C2H5OH+3O2 ®2CO2+3H2O, only CO2 and water vapor are released. The vapor that is released is a harmless mixture of water vapor and CO2, this is equal to that of humans and animals when breathing out. The oxygen consumption during combustion is comparable to burning a number of candles. For this reason, some form of ventilation is desirable, for houses built in the last 10 years this is provided by the standard mechanical air circulation system. In older houses, without an air circulation system, you have to regulate this yourself. This can be done by opening a window ajar, etc. When burning Kieselgreen Bio-ethanol from movingfire, a beautiful flame emerges, calm and predictable, without smoke, soot, sparks and the annoying ash. There is no need for a smoke channel, this can be closed.
Bioethanolshop production label
The Bioethanolshop label guarantees that the bioethanol is ethically, organically and fair trade produced and sourced. The ethanol is produced from European rye fields and made into bioethanol in a modern, well-developed factory.
Kieselgreen Bioethanol is an organic product and is made from natural products such as cane and beet sugar, potatoes, corn, grain,... etc. Another word for pure Bio ethanol is denatured alcohol. The scientific notation for ethanol is C2H6O.
Only pure biological ethanol with a complete combustion guarantees the benefits, we recommend you use our Bio ethanol. Our Bio ethanol is recommended for all types of fireplaces where the use of Bio ethanol is prescribed. From experience we know that our Bio ethanol in combination with our fireplaces is optimal.
Important to know: when burning the stove, 2/3 of the heat disappears through the flue. So if this flue is closed, the heating capacity increases 3 times.
Testing of Kieselgreen bioethanol
Kieselgreen's bioethanol is tested by the German TüV and certified in accordance with ISO 9001.