FUELS

UNLEADED GASOLINES, AI-92-K5-Euro and AI-95-K5-Euro grades are produced in accordance with STB (Standards of the Republic of Belarus) 1656-2016 (EN228-2012, NEQ) "Automotive fuels. Unleaded gasolines. Specifications" and conform to requirements of CU TR (Customs Union Technical Regulations) 013/2011 "On requirements to automotive and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and fuel oil".
In accordance with STB 1656-2016 unleaded gasolines are intended for use as motor fuels on vehicles with gasoline engines designed to run on unleaded gasoline. It is recommended to use gasolines: В class — in summer (April 1st — September 30th); D class — in winter (November 1st — March 31st).

No.

Property

AI‑92‑K5‑Euro

AI‑95‑K5‑Euro

1 Octane number (RON), min: 92.0 95.0
2 Octane number (MON), min: 83.0 85.0
3 Lead content, mg/dm3, max 5.0
4 Density at 15 °C, kg/m3 720.0–775.0
5 Sulfur content, mg/kg, max 10.0
6 Oxidation stability, min 360
7 Gum concentration (washed with solvent), mg/100 cm3, max 5
8 Copper strip corrosion (3 h at 50 °C), class Class 1
9 Appearance Transparent and clear
10 Hydrocarbons,% vol., max

 

‑ olefinic: 18.0
‑ aromatic: 35.0
11 Benzene,% vol., max 1.00
12 Oxygen,% wt., max 2.7
13 Oxygenates,% vol., max:

 

‑ methanol 1.0
‑ ethanol 5.0
‑ isopropyl alcohol 10.0
‑ isobutyl alcohol 10.0
‑ tert‑butyl alcohol 7.0
‑ ethers containing 5 or more C atoms in a molecule 15.0
‑ other oxygenates 10.0
14 Iron content, mg/dm3, max none
15 Manganese content, mg/dm3, max none
16 Monomethylaniline,% vol., max none
17 Reid vapor pressure (VP), kPa:  
for В class 45.0–70.0
for D class 60.0–90.0
18 Gasoline distilled at 70 °C (Е70),% vol. 20.0–48.0 (for B class) 22.0–50.0 (for D class)
19 Gasoline distilled at 100 °C (Е100),% vol. 46.0–71.0
20 Gasoline distilled at 150 °C (Е150),
% vol., min
75.0
21 Final boiling point (FBP), °C, max 210
22 Distillation test residue,% (vol.), max 2

DIESEL FUEL (Euro-5) is produced in accordance with STB 1658–2015 (EN590:2013, NEQ) “Automotve fuels. Diesel fuel. Specifcatons” and conforms to requirements of CU TR 013/2011 “On requirements to automotve and aviaton gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and fuel oil”.
In accordance with STB 1658–2015 diesel fuel is intended for usage in compression igniton engines.
It is recommended to use diesel fuel in the territory of the Republic of Belarus:
— summer — May 1st — September 30th (marked as DT-L);
— winter — November 1st — March 31st (marked as DT-Z).
The following grades of summer and winter diesel fuel are offered for usage under moderate climate conditons:
DT-L-K5, Grade C–Cold flter plugging point max minus 5 °C;
DT-Z-K5, Grade F– Cold flter plugging point max minus 20 °C.
The following grade of diesel fuel is offered for usage under arctc and frigid winter climate conditons:
DT-Z-K5, Class 2 — Cold flter plugging point max minus 32 °C, cloud point max minus 22 °C.

No. Property DT‑L
Grade C
DT‑Z
Grade F
DT‑Z
Class 2
1 Cetane number, min 51.0 48.0
2 Cetane index, min 46.0 46.0
3 Density at 15 °C, kg/m3

820.0–845.0

800.0–840.0
4 Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons,% wt., max 8.0

5

Sulfur content, mg/kg, max:      
– ecological class K5 10.0
6 Closed cup flash point, °C, above 55
7 Carbon Residue on 10 % distillation residue,%, max 0.30
8 Ash content, wt.%, max 0.010
9 Water content, mg/kg, max 200
10 Mechanical impurities, mg/kg, max 24
11 Copper strip corrosion test (3 h at 50 °C), class Class 1
12 Oxidation stability, g/m3, max 25
13 Lubricity:
– corrected wear scar diameter (WSD1.4) at 60 °C, μm, max
460
14 Viscosity at 40 °C, mm2/s 2.000–4.500 1.500–4.000

15

Distillation:
–% (vol.) recovered at 180 °C, max

10
–% (vol.) recovered at 250 °C, below 65
–% (vol.) recovered at 340 °C, min 95
–% (vol.) recovered at 350 °C, min 85
– 95 % (vol.) recovered at, °C, max 360
16 Cold filter plugging point (CFPP), °C, max ‑5 ‑20 ‑32
17 Cloud point, °C, max ‑22

RT PREMIUM GRADE JET FUEL is produced in accordance with GOST (state standard) 10227–86 “Jet fuels.
Specifcatons” and conforms to requirements of CU TR 013/2011 “On requirements to automotve and aviaton gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and fuel oil”:

No. Property RT premium grade
1 Density at 20 °C, kg/m3, min 775
2 Distillation:
a) initial boiling point, °C min
max
b) 10 % recovered at, °C, max
c) 50 % recovered at, °C, max
d) 90 % recovered at, °C, max
e) 98 % recovered at, °C, max
f) distillation residue,%, max
g) distillation loss,%, max
 
135
155
175
225
270
280
1.5
1.5
3 Kinematic viscosity, mm2/s (cSt), at temperature:
20 °C, min
minus 20 °C, max
 
1.25
8
4 Net calorific value, kJ/kg, min 43,120
5 Smoke point, mm, min 25
6 Acidity, mg КОН/100 cm3 of fuel, max 0.7
7 Iodine number, g of iodine /100 g of fuel, max 0.5
8 Closed cup flash point,°C, min 28
9 Freezing point, °C, max minus 55
10 Thermal oxidation stability in static conditions at 150 °C, max:
a) sediment concentration, mg/100 cm3 of fuel
b) soluble gums concentration, mg/100 cm3 of fuel
c) insoluble gums concentration, mg/100 cm3 of fuel
 
6
30
3
11 Aromatic hydrocarbons,% vol. (wt),%, max 20 (22)
12 Existent Gum, mg / 100 cm3 of fuel, max 4
13 Total sulfur,% m/m, max 0.10
14 Mercaptan sulfur,% m/m, max 0.001
15 Hydrogen sulfide mass fraction none
16 Copper strip corrosion at 100 °C within 3 hours passes
17 Ash content,%, max 0,003
18 Water soluble acids and alkalis content absence
19 Sediments and water content absence
20 Naphthalene hydrocarbons,% m/m, max 1.5
21 Luminometric value, min 50
22 Interaction with water, points, max:
a) state of interface
b) state of separate phases
 
1
1
23 Specific conductivity, pS/m:
— without antistatic additive at 20 °C, max
— with antistatic additive (at aircraft refueling temperature) within range
 
10
50–600
24 Thermal oxidation stability at test temperature min 275 °C:
a) pressure drop at filter, mm. Hg, max
b) color of deposits on tube, color scale points (if there are no abnormal color deposits), max
 
25
3

Grade 100 FURNACE FUEL OIL is produced in accordance with GOST 10585–2013 “Petroleum fuel. Mazut. Specifcatons” and conforms to requirements of CU TR 013/2011 “On requirements to automotve and aviaton gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and fuel oil”.
As per GOST 10585–2013 fuel oil is intended to be used as fuel for transportaton devices, statonary boiler and process plants:

No. Property grade 100
furnace fuel oil
1 Kinematic viscosity, mm2/s, max: at 100 °C or
Relative viscosity at 100 °C, degrees, max
50.00
6.80
2 Ash content,%, max: For fuel oil:
low ash ashy
0.05
0.14
3 Mechanical impurities,% wt., max 1.0
4 Water,% wt., max 1.0
5 Water soluble acids and alkalis content none
6 Sulfur,% wt., max 2.50
3.00
7 Open cup flash point, °C, min 110
8 Pour point, °C, max 25
9 Calorific value (net) based on dry fuel (acceptable), kJ/kg, min for fuel oil with sulfur content,%:
2.50, 3.0
39.900
10 Density at 15 °C, kg/m3, max Not rated Mandatory
determination