Let’s face it, ethanol is pure alcohol! No different to methylated spirits, rubbing alcohol or even the Grappa that the Europeans find to be a ‘digestive’ after a big meal! Not for me thanks! Our specially formulated VioFuel is made from sugar cane. Ethanol can also be made from other plant material but sugar cane seems to be the most viable source. It’s the sugar and starches that break right down as it’s processed. And when they say it’s made from sugar cane it’s really the molasses that’s fermented and distilled to become pure ethanol.
No More Propane!
Ethanol is a clean, convenient, safe and easy to use fuel, suitable for use in today’s modern ethanol fireplaces, firetables and decorative burners. Ethanol’s stable burning characteristics, heat output, and low odor make it a great fuel for use in ethanol fires; where both heat and a real flame are desired to create the look and feel of a real fire without the mess or hassle of traditional forms of fireplaces. No more bulky propane tank right under your table or right in your outdoor entertaining area. Just a clean, quiet dancing flame.
For every 1 litre of Ethanol burnt, over 900 ml of water vapor is emitted. That’s why the warmth is so cozy. Ethanol is a renewable, sustainable fuel
What is a Denaturant
Ethanol is a pure alcohol. A denaturant is added to prevent the liquid being used in beverages for human consumption. Our VioFuel is specially formulated with a light attractive fragrance.
VioFuel Ethanol is produced from molasses, the by product of sugar milling. The molasses is distilled to produce Ethanol. VioFuel Ethanol is produced from Sugar Cane; a renewable resource and is considered to be a sustainable fuel.
VioFuel Ethanol Fire Fuel is designed and recommended for use in most Ethanol fireplaces. It burns with a beautiful yellow flame and is scented with a gentle aromatic fragrance. You can see demonstration videos right here on YouTube.
Never use any other type of fuel or blended Ethanol in an Ethanol fireplace. Only use fuels recommended for use by the manufacturer and never, ever use petrol, kerosene, turpentine.
Remember, these other fuels are highly volatile and are not suitable for use in an ethanol fireplace. Use of these fuels in an ethanol fireplace is extremely dangerous.
Read the appliance manufacturer’s instructions before filling or using.
Always provide adequate ventilation where the appliance is used.
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