Standard diesel fuel (sometimes called diesel oil) comes in two grades:
Diesel #1 (or D1) and Diesel #2 (or D2).
The higher the cetane number, the more volatile the fuel.
Diesel fuel also is measured by its viscosity. Like any oil, diesel fuel gets thicker and cloudier at lower temperatures. Under extreme conditions, it can become a gel and refuse to flow at all. Diesel D1 flows more easily than Diesel D2, so it’s more efficient at lower temperatures.
Lexcor specializes in sourcing Gas Oil – Diesel Fuel from Russia Federation and we most commonly source the following Grade and Specification:
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