This page has been created to give some basic insight into bioethanol fuel and gel fuel. Despite these two types of fuel being presented differently they are both essentially the same, a sustainable, eco-friendly, green energy source. Read the extra guide if you want to read more about the differences between bioethanol fuel and gel fuel.
Bio-Ethanol Fuel Explained
Bioethanol fuel, or bio gel fuel, is a form of renewable energy made from natural ingredients. Ethanol is commonly made from the fermentation of biomass such as corn, sugarcane, hemp, sugarcane, potato and cassava. Gel fire and bio-ethanol fireplace fuel is actually called ethyl alcohol, the same type of alcohol that is found in beer, wine and spirits, basically all alcoholic beverages. In its purest form it is 100% alcohol, however the proof rating in the bottles of bio-ethanol fuel purchased for fireplaces is typically around 96%. The missing 4% is additives which are blended with the alcohol to discourage it from being used as a recreational drink.
Buy Bioethanol Fireplace Fuel
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Bio Ethanol is a Green Energy Option
Bio ethanol fuel has many uses, not just in fireplaces. In fact, it is now mainly used as an additive to motoring fuels to reduce the reliance on carbon fuels. Ethanol-blended motor fuel is widely used in Brazil, the United States, and Europe. Petrol pumps in the US quote 10% ethanol is blended with the petroleum fuel.
Alcohol is highly flammable therefore bioethanol fireplace safety and gel fire safety is an important concern when you buy bioethanol fuel, or buy gel fuel, especially the handling and storage of the fuel, filling of the burner and lighting and extinguishing the fire.
More Bio-Ethanol Fireplace Technical Pages
Below is an example of some of out bio ethanol fireplace technical pages, For the full list use the main menu.
- Guide to Bioethanol Fireplace Running Costs
- Guide to Buying a Table Top Bio Ethanol Fire
- Guide to Buying an Outdoor Bio Ethanol Fireplace or Gel Burner
- Guide to Ceramic Wool Sponge Use in a Bioethanol Burner
- Guide to Choosing a Bio-Ethanol Burner Tray Insert Firebox
- Guide to Choosing a Bio-Ethanol Fireplace Design
- Guide to Outdoor Heating on Terrace Patio Balcony or Garden
- How To Reduce Your Gas Usage and Utility Bills 2021
- Installation Guide for Wall Mounted Bio Ethanol Fireplace Designs
- Ventilation for Bioethanol Fireplace and Gel Burner Fires
Why Change to a Bio Ethanol Fireplace?
There are number of positives to look at when considering your next fireplace purchase. Buying a Gas, Electric or Wood Burning fireplace from a retailer may involve complicated installation work that can be costly and, especially in the case of wood there are issues over storage of the fuel and the mess caused by the ash. Also, apart from the electric fire, a gas or wood burning fire will need a chimney, something that a lot of modern houses do not have. Did you know that bioethanol flueless fire designs do not need a chimney or flue system to be used? This means they are perfect for new, modern homes. They are also a great solution for older homes that have a faulty chimney that needs to be repaired. Or you may be looking to block up or remove an existing chimney to reduce your heating bills. Either way, flueless bioethanol fireplaces are a great, cost effective heating solution for a room where secondary heat is required. They are also good for the environment, unlike burning gas or coal. That is why it is best to look at the options and guides that are shown on the website before making a decision on your next fireplace purchase. Choose a flueless fire, or if you like a, no chimney fire, that uses clean burning bioethanol fuel.