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Manorama Produced De-oiled cake of Sal Seed, Mahua(Mowrah) Seed, Karanj and others tree born oilseeds.Seed cakes are produced by expelling oil from highoil-bearing Seeds. Expelled Oilseed Cake contains8-12% oil depending on the efficiency of expeller.

Solvent Extraction is carried out for Expelled Cake / LowOil-bearing Seeds. Hexane is used as ExtractingSolvent. De-oiled Meal contains 1% Oil.Oilseed Cake (meals) is also accepted as an use full organic nitrogenous fertilizer. Apart from their contribution to N.P.K., they have number of benefits in agriculture, which none of the synthetic fertilizers or pesticidescan offer.

They bring in the wonderful molecules nature has designed to help the plants flourish naturally. They provide slow and steady nourishment, stimulation, protection from soil nematodes and insects; improve yields, and quality of product like taste, flavor, amino acid composition etc and very effective for vegetable and agricultural crop.

Mowrah meal is as an “outstanding efficacious treatment” and “very effective earthworm eradicator” for lawn grass.

Oil Seed Extraction for fire fuel & Biomass


Sal Seeds Extraction is co-fired as a secondary fuel in a coal-burning powerplant and other. If the plant is using high-sulfur coal co-firing Sal SeedsExtraction could help reduce sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions.Co-firing with Sal Seeds Extraction decreases net carbon dioxide emissionsfrom the power plant (Our Sal Seeds Extraction comes from a sustainablesource).

Biomass Pellets and Bricks

Sal Seed Extraction for Biomass Pellets and Bricks are useful energy for domestic uses burningwood in a fireplace or woodstove, small businesses, and government buildings are convertingtheir boiler and heating systems to utilize a more advance, efficient and cleaner fuels.Pellets and bricks are different forms of densified fuels. These biomass fuels are made indifferent sizes, ranging from pea-sized pellets to logs 12 inches long and 6 inches in diameter.

Bio - Diesel

Biodiesel is the name of a clean burning alternative fuel, produced from domestic, renewable resources. Biodiesel contains no petroleum. Bio-diesel is a fatty acid of ethyl or methyl ester made from virgin or used non-edible vegetable oils. The main commodity sources for Bio-diesel in India can be non-edible oils obtained from plant species such as Jatrophacurcas (Ratanjyot), Pongamiapinnata (Karanj), Calophylluminophyllum (Nagchampa) etc.

Bio-diesel contains no petroleum, but it can be blended at any level with petroleum diesel to create a Bio-diesel blend or can be used in its pure form. Just like petroleum diesel, Bio-diesel Operates in compression engine; which essentially require very little or no engine modifications because Bio-diesel has properties similar to petroleum diesel fuels. It can be stored just like the petroleum diesel fuel and hence does not require separate infrastructure. The use of Bio-diesel in conventional diesel engines results in substantial reduction of un-brunt hydrocarbons, carbon monoxide and particular matters. Bio-diesel is considered clean fuel since it has almost no sulphur, no aromatics and has about 10% built-in oxygen, which helps it to burn fully. Its higher cetane number improves the ignition quality even when blended in the petroleum diesel and we are processing following seeds:

Atrophacurcus is a drought-resistant perennial, growing well in marginal/poor soil. It is easy to establish, grows relatively quickly and lives, producing seeds for 50 years.

Jatropha the wonder plant produces seeds with an oil content of 37%. The oil can be combusted as fuel without being refined. It burns with clear smoke-free flame, tested successfully as fuel for simple diesel engine. The by-products are press cake a good organic fertilizer, oil contains also insecticide.

Kusum: Botanical name is Schleicheratriguga.
The Kusum tree grows to a height of 35-45 ft. and bears a fruit with a pulpy edible aril containing one or two almost round seeds some 1.5cm in diameter and weighing between 0.5 and 1.0g. The fruit pulp is much appreciated by local people for its refreshing acid taste. The kernels comprise 60-65% of the seed weight and contain between 59% and 72% fat.

The kernels also contain cyanolipids that can produce HCN up to 0.5% of the kernel weight. The presence of these uncommon compounds has been found in most members of the Sapindaceaea family. The oil is used in the localities where it is extracted as a medicinal oil, a hair dressing and for soap. Conventional saponification is not favoured due to the presence of up to 1.2% HCN in the effluent.

Karanja: (Derris indica)
Also known as Pongamiapinnata is a legume tree with sees containing oils and fatty acids suitable for biodiesel production. It is a fast-growing evergreen tree which reaches 40 feet in height and spread, forming a broad, spreading canopy casting moderate shade. The three-inch-long, pinnately compound, glossy green leaves are briefly deciduous, dropping for just a short period of time in early spring but being quickly replaced by new growth. Small clusters of white, purple, and pink flowers blossom on their branches throughout the year, maturing into brown seed pods.

Derris indicais is one of the few nitrogen fixing trees (NFTS) to produce seeds containing 30- 42% non edible oil. The seed oil is an important asset of this tree having been used as lamp oil, in soap making, and as a lubricant for thousands of years.

Ethanol (ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol, ETOH) is a clear, colorless liquid with a characteristic, agreeable odor. In dilute aqueous solution, it has a somewhat sweet flavor, but in more concentrated solutions it has a burning taste. Ethanol, CH3CH2OH, is an alcohol, a group of chemical compounds whose molecules contain a hydroxyl group, -OH, bonded to a carbon atom. Alcohol originally referred to any fine powder, but medieval alchemists later applied the term to the refined products of distillation, and this led to the current usage.

Ethanol is used as an automotive fuel by itself and can be mixed with gasoline to form what has been called "gasohol" FUEL ETHANOL- the most common blends contain 10% ethanol and 85% ethanol mixed with gasoline. Because the ethanol molecule contains oxygen, it allows the engine to more completely combust the fuel, resulting in fewer emissions. Since ethanol is produced from plants that harness the power of the sun, ethanol is also considered a renewable fuel. Therefore, ethanol has many advantages as an automotive fuel. We are use Mahua for ethanol.

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