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Avgas 100 LL

 The most popular aviation fuel, designed for use in piston aviation engines.

This low lead fuel is dyed blue for easy visual check.  Aviation gasoline AVGAS 100LL is a high octane mixture of hydrocarbons prepared by the processing of crude oil. It contains anti-knock, anti-oxidant, dye and anti-static additives.

AVGAS 100LL fumes are highly explosive when mixed with air. Proper use and storage of aviation fuel will ensure chemical stability of the product

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Application

Aviation gasoline AVGAS 100 LL is used to power piston-engine aircraft.

Storage

Gasoline should be stored in containers that protect the fuel from air, moisture and mechanical impurities away from direct sunlight and heating (underground and above ground tanks with limited air exchange).

These restrictions limit both the loss associated with evaporation and loss of the lightest elements, which may change the two key parameters of gasoline: vapour pressure and fractional composition. We work closely with our customers to ensure storage solutions are both suitable and safe!

Guaranteed technical properties

Aviation gasoline 100 LL is produced according to DEF STAN 91-90 ed.3 , ASTM D 910 and WT-09/OBR PR/PD/48.

Warranty period

Properly stored and secured aviation fuel holds its technical properties within 24 month period


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PROPERTIES

Colour Blue
Knock rating
Motor Octane Number, MON Min 99,6
Performance Number, PN Min 130
Distillation
Initial boiling point °C Report
10% vol. at °C Max 75
40% vol. at °C Min 75
50% vol. at °C Max 105
90% vol. at °C Max 135
Final boiling point °C Max 170
Productivity %(v/v) Min 97
Residue volume %(v/v) Max 1,5
Loss volume %(v/v) Max 1,5
Sum of 10%+50% evaporated
°C Min 135
Total sulphur %(m/m) Max 0,05
Lead content gPb/l Max 0,56
Density at t=15 °C kg/m3 Report
Specific energy MJ/kg Min 43,5
Freezing point °C Max (-58)
Copper strip corrosion
2h at t=100°C Corrosion level Max 1
Existent gum mg/100ml Max 3
Water reaction
Volume change ml Max±2
Electrical conductivity at 20°C pS/m 50-450
Reid vapour pressure at 37,8°C kPa 38-49
Oxidation stability
16 h at 100°C
Potential gums mg/100ml Max 6
Precipitate mg/100ml Max 2