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DIESEL – EN590

DIESEL – EN590

DIESEL - EN590

EN 590 – D2 Diesel Fuel;  is an automotive diesel fuel used in European Union and several other European countries which should meet EN 590 standard that describes the physical properties of fuel. Diesel is fuel for diesel engines with internal combust ion. Use of diesel engines with internal combustion for trucks, construction and agricultural machines and stationary equipment has predominance over petrol engines because of their better efficiency and higher e engine specific output.

DIESEL FUEL (EURO‑5)

No. Constituent

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

–% (vol.) recovered at 250 °C, below

–% (vol.) recovered at 340 °C, min

–% (vol.) recovered at 350 °C, min

– 95 % (vol.) recovered at, °C, max

 

–                                     10

65                                     –

–                                     95

85                                     –

360                                  –

16. Cold filter plugging point (CFPP), °C, max -5 -20 -32
17. Cloud point, °C, max -22

*These specifications are for information purpose only and shall not be binding upon the seller.