Unleaded mogases with an ethanol content of upto 5% represent the hydrocarbon blend usually boiling within 30 to 215°C, obtained from crude oil through distillation and other refining processes. They may contain additives that enhance their application characteristics, e.g. oxygenous components, detergents, antiknock, antioxidative and other additives.
Basic Quality Parameters
STN EN 228
Delivery specification is published on the basis of the Act no. 60/2018
Z.z. on technical standardisation.
|Research octane number RON min.
||transparent and clear
||transparent and clear|
|Density at 15°C - kg.m-3
||725 - 775
||725 - 775|
|Vapour pressure - kPa, summer
||45 - 60
||45 - 60|
|Vapour pressure - kPa, winter
||60 - 90
||60 - 90|
|Oxygen content - % (M/M), min.
Note: Summer 1st May.-30th September., Winter 1st November.-31st March, transitory period April and October.
Unleaded mogases are mainly applied in spark-ignition engines of road motor vehicles. They are not allowed to be used in vehicles operating within confined workplaces. Unleaded mogases are designed especially for modern-type spark-ignition engines equipped with catalyst and lambda probe controlled.
Packaging, Storage, Transportation
Unleaded mogases are supplied in rail and road tankers or through the product pipeline. Mogas storage, transporting and handling must comply with the respective legal regulations.
Basic Safety Data
Unleaded mogases are flammable liquids class I of fire hazard, with flash point below 0°C.
The product is classified as hazardous pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008 CLP.