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Diesel grade 2 (arctic)
General Characteristics

Diesel oils are a mix of liquid hydrocarbons obtained from crude oil through distillation and hydrogenation refining, usually boiling within 150 to 370°C. They may contain additives to improve their application characteristics such as depressants, detergents, lubrication additives and corrosion inhibitors.

Basic Quality Parameters

CSN EN 590

Quality Requirements Grade 2
Density at 15°C - kg.m-3 800 - 840
Cetane number, min. 48
Cetane index, min. 46
Filtrability - °C, max. -32
TVP - °C, max. -22
Distillation test  
up to 180°C distills in - % obj., max. 10
up to 340°C distills in - % obj., min. 95
Kin. viscozity at 40°C - mm2.s-1, min. 1,5 - 4
Flash point PM - °C, min. nad 55
Sulphur content-, max.​​ 350
Water content -, max. 200
Total impurity content -, max. 24
Ash content - % hm., max. 0,01
Oxidation stability -, max. 25
lubric. pwr. HFRR (wsd) 1,4/60°C) - µm 460

Diesel oils are used as fuel for diesel engines or fuel for some types of gas turbines as well.

Packaging, Storage, Transportation
Diesel oils are supplied in rail and road tankers or via product-pipelines. Diesel oil storage, transportation and handling must comply with respective legal regulations.

Transport Sign
RID/ADR: 3/31c
UN: 1202
Kemler: 30

Basic Safety Data
Diesel fuels are pure yellowish to yellow flammable liquids class III of fire hazard, with flash point above 55°C. Normal climate (grades B, D, F)

The product is classified as hazardous pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 CLP.​​​


Business contact

Ing. Rastislav Trecák 
Head of Fuels Department 
mobile: +421 911 185 375
office: Kalinčiakova 14083/33A, 831 04 Bratislava - mestská čásť Nové Mesto​

Ing. Martin Mališ
Sales Representative
mobile: +421 903 714 717
office: Kalinčiakova 14083/33A, 831 04 Bratislava - mestská čásť Nové Mesto​​​



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