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    All Scania Euro 5 trucks can operate on B100

    All Scania Euro 5 trucks can operate on B100 if specified for it at the factory. Those not factory-specified for B100 can be converted at minimal cost, after a short visit to a Scania workshop.
    Scania Australia says it also offers five engine applications from 320hp to 580hp in the Euro 6 range that can operate on B100.
    https://www.trucksales.com.au/editor...-plant-119572/

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    Re: All Scania Euro 5 trucks can operate on B100

    What specification dow the B100 have to meet I wonder. Pretty hard to get hold of compliant B100 I imagine?

    I heard somewhere that there is a bio plant in East Gippsland, VIC that has started production again after a financial hiatus. Anyone know anything about that?
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    Re: All Scania Euro 5 trucks can operate on B100

    There is a large composting company South of Adealide who make their own Biodiesel from fat from grease traps. They use it in their fleet of Scania trucks which they bought for their bio using spec.
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    Re: All Scania Euro 5 trucks can operate on B100

    Quote Originally Posted by 3DB View Post
    What specification dow the B100 have to meet I wonder. Pretty hard to get hold of compliant B100 I imagine?

    I heard somewhere that there is a bio plant in East Gippsland, VIC that has started production again after a financial hiatus. Anyone know anything about that?
    Factory near Wangaratta is about to start up again, was in the news a little while back.
    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-07-1...opens/11318966

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