Avgas 100 LL

Avgas 100 LL

Aviation gasoline AVGAS 100LL is a high octane mixture of hydrocarbons prepared by the processing of crude…
B-91/115

B-91/115

For many years, the gasoline B-91/115 has been one of the most popular types of fuel for…
Production

Production

Production of the aviation fuel LLC 'Ecotechnokhim' offers the services of rehandling and refining of the pure…

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The modern production area including a hydrocarbon distillation factory in Priozersk district.

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Our goal is to strengthen our place in the global market with affordable prices and to provide quality service.

HIGH QUALITY

Our aviation fuel meets the requirements of the national standard GOST 1012-2013 and the requirements of Technical Regulations of the Customs Union №826 since 11.10.11

Own Production

The production area, which occupies 20 hectares, includes a hydrocarbons distilling factory, compounding unit, storage park 10,000 m3, storage of petroleum products for the calibrated production, laboratory with our own fuels examination facility system, loading and discharge rack with 12 places for gasoline tank cars.

Quality Control

All criterias are determined in our own laboratory, located directly on the production in Priozersk district, which has its own fuels examination facility system. Storage tanks are always checked and meet all the requirements of the national standard GOST 1012-2013.

Technical requirements

The standard hig octane fuel for aviation piston engines. It has a high lead content and is dyed green. There are two major specifications for Avgas 100. The ASTM D 910 and UK DEF STAN 91-90.This grade is the low lead version of Avgas 100. Low lead is a relative term. There is still up to 0.56 g/litre of lead in Avgas 100LL. This grade is listed in the same specifications as Avgas 100, namely ASTM D 910 and UK DEF STAN 91-90.

Piston engines

Emissions of piston engine aircraft using aviation gasoline (avgas) Piston or Spark Ignition Engine aircrafts use gasoline or petrol-based fuel called Avgas or Aviation Gasoline which is derived from regular commercial gasoline.
Turbine engines use more heavier diesel like fuel which is specially formulated in order to cope with extreme conditions at high altitude.

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