SDG Bio Fuels

SDG Biofuels Private Limited is an industrial manufacturing company producing renewable chemicals, fuels and natural oils. Our multi-product production facility is located near to the port city of Visakhaptanam, India. SDG Biofuels is an industrial biotechnology company producing renewable chemicals and fuels using patented microbes and enzymes.

Our mission is to develop renewable manufacturing technologies that advance our vision of global production of secure, sustainable and environmentally friendly sources of energy industrial products.

An experienced and committed team enables SDG Biofuels to produce and distribute its products worldwide.

SDG Biofuels Private Limited operates an integrated renewable chemical, fuel and natural oil production facility in Visakhapatnam, India. We are licensed to sell the products produced at our multi-product production facility into the domestic Indian market and the international market.


Biodiesel :

Biodiesel, or fatty acid methyl ester, is a renewable chemical and fuel commonly produced from vegetable oil or animal fat. This non-petroleum based product can be used as diesel fuel, textile lubricant and industrial heating oil fuel. Biodiesel is an environmentally friendly and bio-degradable.

Our biodiesel conforms to ASTM and EN standards.

Where does biodiesel come from?

Biodiesel is produced from vegetable oil or animal fats. In Visakhapatnam, India, SDG Biofuels produces biodiesel from non-edible palm stearin and refined palm oil. Crude glycerin is produced as a byproduct during the biodiesel production process and can be further processed into refined glycerin.

What is biodiesel used for?

Biodiesel is used as transportation fuel and heating oil. The biodiesel SDG Biofuels produces provides an alternative, renewable energy solution to these industries. Biodiesel significantly reduces greenhouse gas emissions and dependence on petroleum-based fuels.

Refined Glycerin :

Refined glycerin is a colorless, odorless, liquid which is the main molecule of fats known as triglycerides. Triglycerides occur naturally in vegetable oils, animal fat and in humans, while many industrial manufacturing processes produce large quantities of crude glycerin as a by-product.

Our refined glycerin conforms to USP and IP standards and is IP certified.

Where does glycerin come from?

Today, glycerin is primarily produced as a by-product during various manufacturing processes such as soap-making and biodiesel production. Glycerin as a by-product is an impure form called crude glycerin, which is generally 80 percent pure. Crude glycerin can be sold as a stand-alone product or refined into a pure product called refined glycerin, which is generally 98% pure. The process of refining glycerin involves removing water, odors and other undesirable organic matter. SDG Biofuels produces crude glycerin as by-product of biodiesel production and refines crude glycerin at our plant in Visakhapatnam, India where we also produce edible oils.

What is glycerin used for?

There are thousands of established uses for glycerin in pharmaceutical, food and beverage, cosmetic and other industries. Glycerin is used to manufacture soap and bubble-blowing solutions, as a thickening agent in liqueurs, as a filler in cookies and is found in cough syrups, toothpaste, mouthwashes and other personal care products. Glycerin can even be used as an anti-static agent in clothing.

Nautral Oils

Natural oils contain virtually no trans fats and have a high concentration of heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty fats. Natural oils are liquid at room temperature and boil at about 70 degrees F, which make them an excellent replacement for traditional vegetable cooking oil.

Where does natural oils come from?

Natural oils are produced from crude palm oil in three stages: degumming, bleaching and deodorizing. First, crude palm oil is degummed to separate its various components. Next, the crude palm oil is bleached and deodorized. And finally, the free fatty acids in crude palm oil are distilled to obtain refined palm oil. SDG Biofuels produces edible refined palm oil at our production facility in Visakhapatnam, India.

What are natural oils used for?

Natural oils are commonly used as an industrial frying oil for corn and potato chips, snack foods, and instant noodles but have many other uses in food and soap markets as well. The high monounsaturated fatty acid count and low trans fat content make edible oils a healthy alterative to traditional vegetable cooking oil.

Biodiesel production is around 30,000 liters per day. Through high quality international standard DIN EN 14214 and ASTM D6751 quality biodiesel include requirements. Department of Energy And the process The byproduct is glycerin which is a Technical Grade of 10,000 tons per year. The demand is much higher today. In order to produce the upstream of chemicals the next addition to the food, pharmaceutical and cosmetics etc.. , to make biodiesel (B100) production. standard quality continuous system. since production and storage. transportation of products to the site. Selling products to consumers, the company has added two additional process steps.

  1. Addition of Anti-Oxidation. :

    the product is delivered to the purchaser. To provide confidence that the uncertainties. Stable to react with oxygen (Oxidation Test) is above the standards of the Department of Energy over time.

  2. Nitrogen Gas Supply System :

    To guarantee quality One of the Company for the installation of nitrogen gas supplied to the production process and create a N2 atmosphere to the product tank. To prevent adding Of moisture And exposure to air of the product. During storage

Quality Control

As part of the quality control (Quality Assurance), and the company provided a quality control system throughout the cycle. From the raw material stage Continue to monitor the reaction. The final product is delivered to the customer. This is to ensure the quality. That customers will receive the standard.