The BioCube is a compact, community-sized biodiesel processor that can produce up to 250 litres /hour of high quality biodiesel from a wide variety of feedstock such as waste coconut, jatropha, pongamia and waste vegetable oil.
It's been designed and developed by the Biofuel Partnership, based in Molendinar, Australia.
It is designed primarily for communities in developing nations to be able to create sustainable wealth creation enterprises for them; it's like having their own green fuel station. The biodiesel they produce can be used directly in any modern diesel engine to power a generator, agricultural machinery or a diesel vehicle.
Other customers include large plantation owners who want to convert their crop into biodiesel (rather than pay someone else to have it refined), fleet owners, farming cooperatives, provincial and central governments, and aid agencies such as the Gates Foundation.
The BioCube is portable, easy to use and runs off the biodiesel it produces so is 'clean and green'.
Check out our website and the video of the BioCube prototype attached: http://www.biofuelpartnership.com