The table gives basic, indicative information about AvGas load: AvGas weight and volume depending on package type: drums, ISO tanks, cistern truck at a given density.
0,715 – AvGas density at ISA [kg/dm3]
|PACKAGING||NUMBER OF DRUMS||GASOLINE WEIGHT||VOLUME|
|DRUM 140 kg||–||–||140||195,80||51,73||43,08|
|TANK TRUCK||–||–||25 000***||34 965||9 237||7 692|
|ISO TANK 20′||–||–||17 100||23 916||6 318||5 261|
|ISO TANK 25′||–||–||21 600||30 210||7 981||6 646|
|–||CONTAINER 20′||80||11 200||15 664||4 138||3 446|
|–||CONTAINER 40′||160*||22 400**||31 329||8 276||6 892|
*as long as it does not exceed the gross vehicle mass or it is not inconsistent with other provisions and restrictions
**maximum allowed load for 40′ container may differ depending on the destination.
*** maximum net weight of gasoline in cistern truck may vary depending on the type and place of delivery.
– the unit of account at a commercial transaction is 1 kg of the product being sold.
– 1kg of aviation gasoline at a reference density of 0,715 kg/m3 at the temperature 15°C is about. 1,4 liters
– density of gasoline is determined at temperature 15°C due to the tax regulations (excise tax)
– drum of capacity 216 liters (around 140 kg) is filled in around 90 percents of its capacity due to the vapor pressure (ADR regulations)
Due to the specific of work, in case of export shipments, last loadings are taking place until 13:30.
After this time, loading for export shipments, custom clearance will be made on the next day by Customs Agent.
0,715 – the average density of gasoline [kg/dm³] at temp. 15 °C
|Kilogram[kg]||Liter[l]||Galon USA[gal]||Galon UK[galUK]|