Bioethanol is a product that is extremely popular and is widely used in developed countries as an alternative energy source. It is produced from cellulosic biomass - corn, wheat, potatoes, millet, sugar beet.

To obtain bioethanol the raw materials undergo fermentation and the resulting bioethanol is distilled. The residual water is extracted from the alcohol and bioethanol is produced with a purity 95%.

While burning bioethanol emits no smoke, fumes, odors or noxious gases, but only water vapor as any live fire and carbon dioxide. Two natural substances that we are constantly inhaling and exhaling. The combustion of 1 liter ethanol produces carbon dioxide equal to the amount released during the burning of two medium-sized candles. Water vapors contribute to increasing the humidity, which is undoubtedly better for your health than dry air produced by electrical heating sources.