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Ebios Bio Ethanol Fires

Ebios bioethanol

Ebios Bioethanol

Designer bioethanol fires by Ebios are manufactured to suit today's modern living for homes with no chimney or flue. Bioethanol fires are a none-fossil fuel made by fermenting the sugar and starch components of organic matter – mainly potatoes, sugarcane and crops like grain or hay. When burning bioethanol only a small amount of co2 is created, meaning a clean combustion without smell or emissions with no need for a flue or chimney, at around 17c the bioethanol changes from liquid to gas, therefore it is only the bioethanol gas, which is burning when lit and not the liquid itself.

Cleaner Emission

Clean emissions are a result of the bioethanol being completely composed of the biological matter, the combustion results in the clean emission of only carbon dioxide and water vapor. The co2 or carbon dioxide is absorbed by plants, therefore, it via photosynthesis to help the plant grow. This cycle of creation and combustion of energy – in a way "recycling of energy" – renders bioethanol into a carbon-neutral fuel.

A Moore Efficient Green Energy

The ebios range of products is engineered in a way that their combustion temperature will secure a small fuel consumption resulting in a clean combustion of bioethanol, all the heat generated will keep in your home.


Handling and Storage

Bioethanol is a Class 1B Flammable Liquid (for flammability) and rated Class 3 PGII (for transport) and is therefore regulated by various standards around the world. We advise all customers familiarize themselves with regulations and comply in order safely to handle and store, decant and use bioethanol for your ebios-fire® product.

Bioethanol for ebios-fire Products

The ebios range of fire burners can only be operated with bioethanol at least 96% and max 97.5% purity. It is recommended ebios-fire bioethanol of 96.5%.


Consumption of Fuel

Bioethanol fires flame behavior is determined by the draft conditions in the fire situation and airflow around the burner, both can affect the combustion temperature and the consumption of fuel.

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