0000002523 00000 n �����X\x7��x0���jB����!����x���?�OB��lB��=��T�R� �d d0� ��A��(��h` ��G 0000003096 00000 n }Gj��"5����xqq����m��T�� ��kO developing an UCO‐to‐biodiesel supply chain adjusted to local specifications. 2-D of any sulfur level specified with the following exceptions. Biodiesel Standards Engine manufacturers and biodiesel plants in different parts of the world use slightly different standards for biodiesel. %%EOF �!8��+V$eWɦ��H�?9�_t����q�����I}*��u߷}�h�X]�e�o�����tM�C��O�I����U �RޘƼf��[^��r��j޵}��]�Yw�w�n������%��2��j� e��5���]7oaUzd'�ײ��ݐ�pb�n�����KhwݟwCy��hd)/�+�ǓQ�%4w��Ϣ�. ]&FvW���T"��r�` OqG 0000005594 00000 n B5 being balloted into the petrodiesel specifications: D 975, D 396 (heating oil) No changes to D975, D 396 B100 must meet D 6751 prior to blending B6 to B20 for on/off road diesel engines will be a stand alone specification Widest of #1/#2 specifications, T-90 5 C increase Addition of stability and acid number for final blend Commonly used blends are limited to B20 in the United ~L���1�!��}!���C���L ;�wX�r���D���|W4B���D���}���aT�V(wi~(�!�����������O�‵��}��qR��5��"�/������9�b��ɋ e�-V�8ry��@AR8�K��h-��j 1����7F! Biodiesel can even be used as a fuel in its neat form (B100) if proper precautions are taken. European standard exists for biodiesel, but no European standard for other biofuels is in-troduced yet. endstream endobj startxref endstream endobj 1978 0 obj <>stream ! Appendix A shows a sample Safety Data Sheet for biodiesel. 0000003926 00000 n STATUS OF BIODIESEL IMPLEMENTATION IN MALAYSIA AND BIODIESEL SPECIFICATIONS Harrison Lau Lik Nang, PhD Group Leader of MPOB Biodiesel Working Group Group Leader of Biodiesel Technology Guidelines toward High Biodiesel Blend Diesel (eg B20) Specification in the APEC Region, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. g��r�����%��*!�*$b�o���V �(�+�Sr����\�������{���v��� For example, No. r!��vSX�~�cF�jt���uE��F��B��m"���۝z�~�2*����Dr�@�GIa@�%��*u|K��y���4Y�����val����$J�^4�5��. 0 0000079389 00000 n As the market share of biofuels increased considerably in the last few years, the need for specifications and standards has been highlighted by stakeholders and authori-ties. 19 March 2018. 0000001825 00000 n 0000102862 00000 n h�bbd``b`��@��H�J�XF@�y1�P�\m �$ a�$Ĥ���| !�$�j���/��9 �. ]�9ߘesfJ�o���р+(8����~����+YS6�?���e�,~���ަ�$⮝� H�b```" �� Ȁ ��@���q�eTP Qg��3�/X�7C�@x�1��L/�|=���6N��]Lse�?�]�h`������/���%��{���j���_ ��Y&Ec��aQqHrO��2�n�� �矈0�)���q\�Kō+ZZ]"��%�� ��L�&$�����n̚���p�"���7��x�l3�bKtY�,��s�ʼn@%��7-� ��&om;=}Ȣ?�. `��X��p��=@�3AG . 0000100184 00000 n hޔU�n�8}�ẈS@��]���ئ�Fm�(���J���ˁ�_���CR�s���-��9s;3��z�ѡ @ΡPi����_^�R�T�C�h���g�b���׽��"*��0�Σ����Y���Y�d%��瞪�]t�M>���5 }�k���G-�뚀��$�SI���RRC����hb�P7��ފ�RJ�>��>�Y�ɯn���_Vz��;U����d0.9=D�SZs$y�#1�+�O{�b|���^Y~)mU��I��I�Hم��:�n��n��ʠ���?׫���`{e}�� R����@Bx����N5�,� ����q���"ѭP���H �@'P���oG��� �'o�%.1`_���} $C���@��l��?3��k�a�:��xt�N���4����$���Y�����hm�V�R��L?��v�C�B�Kz��! 1.1.1 The biodiesel component of the blend shall conform to the requirements of Specification D6751.The remainder of the fuel shall be a light middle or middle distillate grade diesel fuel conforming to Specification D975 grades No.