Ekodiesel Ultra

The Ekodiesel Ultra diesel fuel is intended for use in high RPM autoignition engines of road transport vehicles, especially in large urban agglomerations and environmentally sensitive areas. 

The Ekodiesel Ultra diesel fuel contains a number of upgrading additives serving different purposes, such as increasing of the cetane number, reduction of smoke in the exhaust gases, detergents cleansing the injection apparatus, corrosion inhibitors, antioxidants, de-emulsifying agents, biocides and anti-precipitation agents. It can also contain an anti-foam agent and a fuel labelling compound. From the environmental perspective, the reduced sulphur content (below 10 mg/kg) is particularly important.

With respect to the fuel's low-temperature performance, three grades of Ekodiesel Ultra have been distinguished:  B, D and F, corresponding to the moderate climate fuels, plus Class 2, equivalent of arctic climate or severe winter climate fuel: 
- Ekodiesel Ultra  B diesel fuel – with the Cold Filter Plugging Point (CFPP) not higher than  00C
- Ekodiesel Ultra  D diesel fuel – with CFPP not higher than –10°C   
- Ekodiesel Ultra  F diesel fuel  – with CFPP not higher than –20°C
- Ekodiesel Ultra  2 diesel fuel  – with CFPP not higher than –32°C and
the Cloud Point not higher than –22°C 

The diesel fuel with the properties listed in the table below should be used in the following seasons:
- Grade B – in the moderate climate, during the summer period, i.e. from mid April to the end of September;
- Grade D – in the moderate climate, during the transition periods, i.e. from the beginning of March to mid April and from the beginning of October to mid November
- Grade F – in the moderate climate or Class 2 for the arctic climate or severe winter climate, during the winter period, i.e. from mid November to the end of February.

There shall be no metallic additives based on manganese, including methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT)

Properties Unit

Test method

Min. Max.
Cetane number PN- EN ISO 5165 51.0 -
Cetane index PN- EN ISO 4264 46.0 -
Density at 150C
- for B, D and F Grades
- for Class 2
kg/m3 PN- EN ISO 3675
PN- EN ISO 12185
820 800 845 845
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons content % ( m/m) PN- EN 12916 - 7.0 1)
Sulphur content mg/kg PN- EN ISO 20846 PN–EN ISO 20884 10.0
Flash point 0C PN-EN ISO 2719 56 -
Coking residue in 10% of distillation residue % (m/m) PN- EN ISO1037 - 0.30
Ash residue % (m/m) PN- EN ISO 6245 - 0.01
Water content mg/kg PN-EN ISO12937 - 200
Solid impurities content mg/kg PN-EN 12662 - 24
Copper-corrosive action test (3h, 500C) class PN- EN ISO 2160 1
Oxidation resistance g/m3 PN- ISO 12205 - 25
Lubricity; corrected wear trace diameter (WSI,4) at 600C µm PN-EN ISO 12156-1 - 400
Kinematic viscosity at 400C
- for B, D and F Grades
- for class 2
mm2/s PN-EN ISO 3104 2.00 1.50 4.50 4.00
Fractional composition: Grades B, D and F up to 2500C distils
up to 3500C distils
95 %(v/v) distils up to
for class 2 up to 180oC distils
up to 3400C distils
% (v/v) % (v/v) 0C
% (v/v) % (v/v)
PN- EN ISO 3405 -
below 65
Fatty acids methyl esters (FAME) content 2) % (v/v) PN-EN 14078 - 5
Cold Filter Plugging Point (CFPP)
- for Grade B
- for Grade D
- for Grade F
- for Class 2
0C PN-EN 116

Cloud point:
- for Grades B, D and F
- for Class 2
0C PN-ISO 3015

- 3)
Test of tendency to clog fuel spray nozzles 4) – indicative of the flow reduction in the nozzles with the pin raised by 0.10 mm % CEC F-23-A-01 - 85
1) The diesel oil used as a fuel component should not contain more than 7%, by weight, of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons 2) FAME according to PN-EN 14214 3) Not standardised, value to be given in attestation certificates 4) Periodic test – to be carried out at least once a year or each time significant changes to the production technology have been introduced

The product meets the requirements for diesel fuels according to the PN-EN 590:2006 standard (Paliwa do pojazdów samochodowych – Oleje napędowe – Wymagania i metody badań)  consistent with European standard EN 590:2006  (Automotive fuels – Diesel – Requirements and test methods). The fatty acids methyl esters (FAME) applied in the fuel meet the requirements of the PN-EN 14214 standard (Paliwa do pojazdów samochodowych – Estry metylowe kwasów tłuszczowych (FAME) do silników o zapłonie samoczynnym (Diesla) – Wymagania i metody badań)(Automotive fuels – Fatty acids methyl esters (FAME) for diesel engines – Requirements and test methods).

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