Fanola® is a biologically clean, ecological fuel based on alcohol which has undergone double rectification process. Ethanol is of plant origin, obtained through fermentation of saccharine from seasonal produce.
The burning process of Fanola® is described as “clean”, as the only by-products of the burning are: heat, CO2 and water vapour.
After the whole series of tests, Fanola® has been awarded the EcoFuel certificate proving the highest quality standards in terms of safety for humans and environment. That allowed the bio fireplaces to gain trust and popularity among clients.
Bio-ethanol Fanola® being a non-consumption product has undergone the process of denaturation. The product must be used according to the specifications and instructions given on the label as well as the user’s manual. Denatured ethanol consists of organic substances, making a neutral impact on the environment.
Biofuel Fanola® has been developed to be applied in
Tested on a group of 100 users, the comparison tests of bio-fuels available on the market proved that 93% respondents chose Fanola® to be the most pleasant in use.
Features & Conditions of burning
- no smoke or unpleasant smell during burning process
- approved safety of usage
- burning by-products are: heat, water vapour and CO2 (comparable to the amounts of human breath)
- complete burning without any residue, soot, ashes or harmful substances
- no need for additional ventilation
Detailed conditions of burning are described in the user’s manual placed on the label
Fanola® comprises only of organic substances, thus its impact on the natural environment is neutral.
It has been licensed to display the EcoFuel Safety Certificate. That demonstrates commitment to offer products or services that meet the stringent environmental, quality and performance criteria. The certificate indicates that the product has undergone rigorous scientific testing, to prove its compliance with the European Union environmental performance standards.