Digital safety may not be the first thing you think of when you purchase a bio-ethanol fireplace or an infrared heater. But recently there are more and more messages about digital (in) security by products that are registered on your network. From locks that can easily be hacked to cameras whose images are publicly accessible. A research report has recently been published by
The short answer is "No, bioethanol is not toxic, and a bioethanol fireplace does not have to be dangerous, but depends on ...". We go deeper into both points to give a complete answer.
Bioethanol is made from natural products such as corn and cane sugar. In the purest form it is actually 100% alcohol. Since heavy duty is levied on pure alcohol, bioethanol is artificially contaminated, or "denatured". A substance is mixed in through which it is made undrinkable.