EN14214 is a European standard that establishes the specifications and requirements for biodiesel fuel. Primarily used in the European Union, this standard defines the parameters for biodiesel produced from vegetable oils or animal fats, ensuring its quality and compatibility with conventional diesel engines.
To find more information about EN14214, you can visit the following active websites:
1. European Committee for Standardization (CEN) – This website provides comprehensive details about EN14214 and its requirements. It includes information about the standardization process, technical specifications, and the benefits of using biodiesel fuel.
2. International Organization for Standardization (ISO) – ISO also provides information about EN14214, as it is the European equivalent of the international biodiesel standard ISO 14214. On this website, you can explore the technical aspects of the standard, its relationship with ISO norms, and how it aligns with other international biodiesel standards.
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