D2 / Diesel

D2 / diesel fuel is the broad category for the second distillate of crude oil. Ultra-low sulfur grades of D2, such as GOST 305-82, reduce sulfur content to a maximum of 0.02 percent and reduce sulfur pollution emissions.

Diesel fuel is often used in diesel engines. Diesel engines, also called compression ignition engines, rely on the temperature increase of compression, rather than on spark plugs, to achieve reliable ignition timing and combustion efficiency.

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Quality of Gas oil L-0.2-62 shall meet GOST 305-82 including but not limited to the below stated specification:

  1. Cetane number, min 45
  2. Distillation, deg. C – 50% max – 96% (final boiling point), max 280 360
  3. Cinematic viscosity at 20 deg. C, mm2/c, (CSt)3.0-6.0
  4. Total Sulphur, %wt, max 0.2
  5. Mercaptan sulphur, %, max 0.01
  6. Hydrogen Sulphur Abs
  7. Copper strip test Passes
  8. Water-soluble acids and alkalis Abs
  9. Actual gum content, mg/100cm3, max 40
  10. Acidity, mg/100cm3 of gas oil, max. 5
  11. Lodine numbers, g/100g, max. 6
  12. Ash, %, max 0.01
  13. Cokability of 10% residue, max. % 0.20
  14. Filtration coefficient, max 3
  15. Sediments Abs
  16. Water Abs
  17. Density at 20 deg. C, kg/m3, max. 860
  18. Flash point (closed cup), deg. C, min 2
  19. Pour point from March to October (Summer), deg. C, max.-5
  20. Pour point from November to February (Winter), deg. C, max. -10
  21. Cloud point from March to October (Summer), deg. C, max. 0
  22. Cloud point from November to February (Winter), deg. C, max.-5

(*) Summer from March to October – (PP- 5.0 Deg C) – (CP- 0.0 Deg C) Winter from November to February – (PP- 10.0 Deg C) – (CP- 5.0 Deg C)