Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbons made up of 7 to 10 carbons in length. The word
'octane' means eight carbons in a chain. The shorter the chain of carbons, the more power it
offers an engine.
B’BOX Group has made biogasoline by making the hydrocarbon chains of oils to match
those of gasoline and can be used in place of gasoline. It will burn like gasoline with the same
properties as gasoline.
Oils used to make B’BOX Group biogasoline
Any vegetable oil (e.g., corn oil, soybean oil, sunflower oil, Jatropa oil) and a wide variety of other
oils can be used to make the biogasoline. These oils can be created from many plant species which can
grow in semi-arid regions, while others can even be grown in the ocean. This versatility in growing
climates and environments will allow most regions to grow their own fuel.
2nd Generation Biodiesel
Biodiesel is a renewable source of energy and it can be produced from oils like sunflower, palm,
coconut, corn, Jatropa, waste oils (KFC, McDonalds) and animal fats. It has several advantages…
- Low toxicity in comparison with diesel fuel
- Degrades more rapidly than diesel fuel, minimizing the environmental consequences of spills.
- Lower emissions of contaminants such as carbon monoxide, particulate matter and polycyclic
- There is no sulfur dioxide (SO 2) emission.
- It can be used as such or can be blended with diesel from as low as 5% to a maximum of 100%
These oils can be used to power the fleet vehicles operated by delivery business (e.g., FedEx, UPS,
etc.) and government agencies.
Portability of the machine for making B’BOX Group biogasoline and biodiesel
The machine for making the biogasoline is portable and can be located in remote areas, such as farms and
villages, which do not have gasoline. Production can be calibrated and scaled to produce small to very
Octane Level of B’BOX Group biogasoline and biodiesel
The biogasoline will not self-ignite when compressed and will have an octane number in the 90s.