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Ultradiesel
General characteristics

Diesel fuel is a mixture of liquid hydrocarbons obtained from petroleum by distillation and hydrogenation refining, boiling in the range of 150 to 370°C. Diesel fuel grades can contain additives to improve their utility characteristics as depressants, detergents, lubrication additives and corrosion inhibitors.

Diesel fuel enriched with an additive offers some improved properties of the fuel:

  • the anti-corrosion property of the fuel extends the service life of the engine protects its sensitive parts 
  • with its composition, it suppresses the formation of emulsions and sediments, which protects the engine from wear, reduces its noise and diminishes mechanical stress of the crank mechanism of the engine 
  • thanks to lower foaming it facilitates refuelling of vehicles at refuelling stations

Basic quality parameters 

ČSN EN 590

Application

UltraDiesel is a new generation full additive diesel oil designed for diesel engines. The main advantages are; reduction of fuel consumption and emissions, tuning and protection of sensitive parts of the engine and fuel system against corrosion.

Packaging, Storage, Transportation

Diesel oil is supplied in rail and road tankers. Its storage, transportation and handling must comply with relative legal regulations.

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

Basic Safety Data
Diesel fuel is pure yellowish to yellow flammable III. class liquid with a flash point above 55°C.

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

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Business contact

Ing. Rastislav Trecák 
Head of Fuels Department 
e-mail: rastislav.trecak@unipetrol.cz​
mobile: +421 911 185 375
Office: Jašíkova 2, 821 03 Bratislava 2​

Ing. Martin Mališ
Sales Representative
e-mail: martin.malis@unipetrol.cz​​
Mobile: +421 903 714 717
Office: Jašíkova 2, 821 03 Bratislava 2

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