The Digest’s 2018 Multi-Slide Guide to ARA’s ReadiJet drop-in renewable fuel technology

June 1, 2018 |

ReadiJet contains the same molecules and has the same performance as petroleum jet fuel, all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It meets Jet-A, Jet-A1, JP-5, JP-8 fuel specifications without the need for blending with petroleum.  ReadiJet is undergoing ASTM certification for commercial use and MILSPEC certification for operational use by the US Navy.

On October 29, 2012, ReadiJet was flown in the world’s first ever 100% biofuel flight using fuel that meets petroleum specifications without blending. The National Research Council Canada conducted the flight in their Falcon 20 aircraft.  The flight showed over 50% reduction in particle emissions and black carbon emissions while offering a 1.5% reduction in specific fuel flow compared to its petroleum counterpart. This equates to longer range for aircraft flying with ReadiJet.

ARA’s Chuck Red gave this illuminating overview of ARA’s ReadiDiesel and ReadiJet technology at ABLC 2018 in Washington.

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