Diesel

Diesel fuel is a mixture of hydrocarbons—with boiling points in the range of 150 to 380°C—which comes from petroleum. Moreover, petroleum crude oils consist of hydrocarbons of three major classes. Firstly, paraffinic; secondly, naphthenic; and thirdly, aromatic hydrocarbons. The most common type of this fuel is a specific fractional distillate of petroleum fuel oil. Ultra-low-sulfur diesel (ULSD) is a standard for defining fuel with substantially lowered sulfur contents.

  • D2 Gasoil L-0.2-62 GOST 305-82
  • D2 Automotive Fuel Oil (AGO)
  • Euro 4 EN590 GOST 52368
  • 10 ppm Gasoil Ultra-Low Sulphur EN590
  • 50 ppm Gasoil Ultra-Low Sulphur EN590
  • 500 ppm Gasoil Ultra-Low Sulphur EN590
  • 5000 ppm Gasoil Ultra-Low Sulphur EN590
  • High Speed (HSD)