Transport diesel - special diesel - 95 octane gasoline - LPG - natural gas
Transport diesel complies with EN 590 European emission standards.To meet these standards, Directive 2009/30/EC requires that diesel should have a maximum sulphur content of 10 PPM (parts per million) and the biological component (biodiesel) can be anything up to 7% by volume.
European standard EN 228 is the reference standard for premium unleaded petrol with an octane rating of 95. Directive 2003/17/EC establishes the main requirements, such as sulphur levels (below 10 ppm) and octane rating (above 95).
Used as fuel, known as LPG (liquefied petroleum gas) it is composed primarily of a hydrocarbon mixture (propane and butane) obtained by refining crude oil or from extracted natural gas. These hydrocarbons become liquid under high pressures.
Formed by 1 carbon atom and 4 hydrogen atoms, methane is a simple hydrocarbon whose chemical formula is CH4. The form used for road transport is CNG (Compressed Natural Gas), a mixture of methane, propane and butane stored at 220 bar.
HIGH-SPEED DIESEL - a wave of energyRoad transport diesel compliant with European standards (EN 590/2009, with a sulphur content of less than 10ppm and a biodiesel content of up to 7% by volume), mixed with additives to ensure higher fuel efficiency in terms of quality and performance, while respecting your car's engine
NOALOIL HIGH-SPEED DIESEL is a road transport diesel fuel that can be used on all diesel, eco-diesel and turbocharged engines.