Q: What's the difference between Biodiesel, SVO, and WVO?
A: See definitions below:
- Biodiesel - Diesel fuel that has been refined from any vegetable oil. Biodiesel is available commercially straight and blended. It is designated by a "B" and the percentage: B10=10% bio, 90% petro. It can be refined from virgin sources like soybean oil, or from recycled sources like Waste Vegetable Oil. Biodiesel requires little if any modification to diesel fuel systems.
SVO - Straight Vegetable Oil. Requires fuel system modifications to use.
WVO - Waste Vegetable Oil. This requires multiple stages of filtering, as well as extensive modifications to the fuel system.
A: (someone with more knowledge than me would need to answer this)