Biodiesel is diesel fuel made from vegetable oils, animal fats, or recycled restaurant greases. It's safe, biodegradable, and produces less air pollutants than petroleum-based diesel.
Resonant Technology has developed a proprietary production technique that provides a lower cost method of producing biodiesel, adds flexible feedstock capabilities and reduces the overall footprint of a commercial facility. The proprietary process is based on the phenomena of hydrodynamic cavitation. Specifically, the technology centers on the design of an engineered orifice nozzle, or Vena contracta, based on incompressible fluid dynamics, that will reliably produce hydrodynamic cavitation in large-scale production systems.
Biomass to Liquid Fuels Technology
The Biomass to Liquid Fuel process converts carbon based biomass, such as utility poles and Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) into low-carbon, renewable transportation fuels including jet fuel and diesel. The process begins with the gasification of the organic (carbon containing) material to produce a synthesis gas (syngas). This syngas is further converted via a Fischer-Tropsch
process to produce liquid fuels such as Synthetic Paraffinic Kerosene [SPK] Jet Fuel or renewable diesel. The resulting fuel is a “drop in” renewable biofuel replacement for its petroleum derived counterpart.