What ULG 95?

: SH ULG 95 1000ppmS 0 Udy Umk V-Power OM. Product code. : 002D6417. 1.2 Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against. Use of the Substance/Mixture : Fuel for spark ignition engines designed to run on unleaded fuel.

What density should petrol be?

The density of petroleum is approximately 800 kg/m3. The specific gravity (density compared to water) of petroleum is 0.8.

What is the specific gravity of fuel gas?

The specific gravity of natural gas ranges from about 0.55 to about 0.87, due to variation in natural gas composition, with richer gases (higher wet gas content) typically having higher specific gravity. However, high nitrogen and/or carbon dioxide may also influence specific gravity.

What is the difference between Super 98 and 95 petrol?

98 petrol, which is more stable and resistant to ‘knocking’, is a better choice when it comes to engine protection. 95 petrol works as well, but if your engine is powerful, it will use higher pressures that 95 petrol may not be able to withstand.

What is the difference between E-Plus and special petrol?

The company offers different types of fuels in Dubai and Northern Emirates according to the vehicle requirements. It offers Super 98 for high compression engines, E-Plus 91 for low compression engines and Special 95 for cars requiring medium octane fuel.

What is density of petrol and diesel?

2.3. The density of petroleum diesel is about 0.85 kg/l – about 15–20% higher than the density of gasoline, which has a density of approximately 0.70–0.75 kg/l.

What is specific gravity vs density?

Density is defined as mass per unit volume. It has the SI unit kg m-3 or kg/m3 and is an absolute quantity. Specific gravity is the ratio of a material’s density with that of water at 4 °C (where it is most dense and is taken to have the value 999.974 kg m-3). It is therefore a relative quantity with no units.

What is the density of avgas?

6.01 pounds per US gallon
All grades of avgas that meet CAN 2–3, 25-M82 have a density of 6.01 pounds per US gallon (720 g/l) at 15 °C (59 °F). (6 lb/U.S. gal is commonly used in America for weight and balance computation.)

What happens if you put 95 instead of 98?

To achieve that, the engine uses very high temperatures and pressures. 98 petrol can withstand this, allowing the engine to extract the maximum amount of power from the fuel and run at top power. If you used 95 petrol instead, it would explode too quickly under the pressure.