REG-9000 Distilled Biodiesel is the purest and most consistent form of biodiesel fuel available. Distillation involves evaporating the desirable elements of biodiesel and leaving behind minor components that have a higher potential to clog filters. The fuel is then condensed back into its purest form, resulting in superior cold weather performance, the potential for lower carbon intensity scores and a biodiesel that blends easily with petroleum diesel.
Features and Benefits
Superior cold weather performance
Distillation allows the fuel to outperform undistilled biodiesel with a lower Cloud Point in cold weather. Learn more in our distillation white paper here.
More consistency and better blending.
Makes cost less susceptible to fluctuations in the commodity markets.
Lower carbon intensity (CI) score
Feedstock flexibility makes it easier to use raw materials that result in a biodiesel fuel with lower CI scores, which is better for the environment and is incentivized in some markets.
The Benefits of Biodiesel Distillation
Learn how distillation creates the purest biodiesel available and why that's good news for you.
While other producers turn to naturally refined feedstocks like soybean oil, the REG distillation process means we can make high-performing biodiesel regardless of the feedstock. This feedstock flexibility makes it easier to use raw materials with lower
carbon intensity scores, increasing the environmental friendliness of our fuel.