Convert Biomass Into BioFuel In Our Practical Training
Workshop At Thomro Biofuels
Workshop At Thomro Biofuels
Equip your self with the skills you need in the production of bioethanol, biodiesel, biogas, bioCNG and bioelectricity from biomass.
WE ARE ENGAGED N DEVELOPING COST-EFFECTIVE BIOFUELS AND
We are also engaged in cost optimization of feedstock plantation management and Bioethanol Production
MESSAGE FROM CEO
PROF. THOMSON SINKALA
G-Still ethanol production technology
Our company is proud to be the first in Zambia to use the G-Still ethanol production technology and to also be the preferred representative in Eastern and Southern Africa for this Polish innovation. GENIO stills are ideal for the production of high alcohol content spirits such as vodkas, as well as rich tasting and aromatic gins, rums, whiskies and brandies. In comparison to the more traditional manually operated column plate stills, the performance of GENIO stills is unapproachable in terms of efficiency, speed, size, product purity, and ease of operation. We invite you to come and see this technology in action.
CT Systems biodiesel production technologies
Thomro Investments is proud to be the first in Zambia to use the CT Systems cavitation technology for biodiesel production. We are also honored to be the preferred representative of CT Systems technologies in SADC Region for this innovation. CT Systems is a leading equipment developer and manufacturer in hydrodynamic and ultrasonic cavitation technologies.
The production technologies are modular which allow processing from 1 up to 16 cubic meters of oil into biodiesel per hour. These
highly effective cavitation reactors come with reliable separation system proven over years with original user-friendly software, all of which make the units the most modern in the world market for biodiesel production. The technology yields a consistent production of biodiesel that meets desired standards, such as the EU EN14214 Biodiesel Fuel Quality Standard.
WE ARE COMMITTED TO THE
We are leading energy-based private sector efforts to save Zambia’s forestry by providing affordable alternative renewable fuels for transport as well as clean cooking to replace charcoal and wood used by more than 70% of the country’s population, thus also significantly reducing negative impacts on human health and natural resources.
By innovatively introducing bioethanol, biodiesel, bioCNG and bioelectricity in Zambia’s household and national economies, all of which involve both rural and urban poor communities in their production, we help raise affordability on sustainable basis for the majority in the country and stimulate inclusive governance of Zambia’s natural resources, for the benefit of all.