There are a large number of systems on the market to produce biodiesel from a wide variety of feedstock. IPT provides either the basic design pioneered by the University of Kassel in Germany and placed into the public domain. Or a newer ultrasonic cavitation system based on the IncBio processor. There have been a number of Kassel types of units built worldwide and their simplicity of operation has made them very popular.The first facility to use this design was for the benefit of a large German trucking company that wished to control its fuel costs by making their own and control their pollution footprint by using B100 in all their trucks.
Horizontal, Modular, Waterless System:
They have the flexibility to accept a wide variety of feedstock, are built offsite and shipped on skids, provide a continuous flow of biodiesel, can easily expand production by the simple expedient of adding additional reactors.
Ultrasonic Cavitation System
The ultrasonic cavitation system allows to process a much higher level of FFAs and can be built in smaller sizes. They have had a lot of success in Europe and the most recent transesterification unit will extract Omega 3 from fish oils.