The enhancing additives of our EuroSuper 95 gasoline ensure that inlet valves and combustion chambers are kept clean, reduce corrosion, improve performance and lower fuel consumption.
While out on a trip, it's worth buying EuroSuper 95 at an ORLEN fuel station. Simply pull over at any of our 2,000 stations in Poland and experience highest quality driving.
Characteristics of 95 unleaded gasoline
PKN ORLEN’s unleaded gasoline with a research octane number 95 is sold under the name of EuroSuper 95. The product has been enriched with premium quality refining, detergent, anticorrosive and antioxidant additives. The detergent facilitates keeping the engine intake system clean, and reduces formation of deposits on intake valves and in the combustion chamber (as confirmed in bench tests in the Mercedes Benz M102E engine – the CEC F-05-93 Inlet Valve Cleanliness in the MB M102E Engine method). The corrosion inhibitor protects the engine and fuel system from corrosion. Based on the results of a special research test, the additives used in the product significantly reduce fuel consumption and deposit formation, while also mitigating the risk of damage and protecting the engine.
The EuroSuper 95 gasoline makes it possible to unleash the full power of a car, ensuring smooth operation of the engine, which contributes to reduced fuel consumption. The antioxidant additives prevent gasoline ageing, improve its stability, and inhibit deterioration of its properties while in storage (such deterioration manifests itself through fuel darkening, as well as build-up of resins and deposits).
In addition, the unleaded EuroSuper 95 gasoline ensures that the engine works properly even under heavy load, at both low and high temperatures. The use of EuroSuper 95 gasoline extends oil change intervals, thus reducing oil consumption. It also improves the lifespan of spark plugs and the exhaust system. The EuroSuper 95 gasoline protects the catalyst system and prolongs its useful life, as well as reduces hydrocarbon emissions into the air.
The gasoline does not contain manganese-based metallic additives, including methylcyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl (MMT).
Unleaded 95 – Application
The fuel is intended for spark ignition gasoline engines capable of operating on unleaded gasoline.
|Research Octane Number (RON)||-||min. 98,0||PN-EN ISO 5164|
|Motor Octane Number (MON)||-||min. 88,0||PN-EN ISO 5163|
|Lead content||mg/l||max 5,0||PN-EN 237|
|Density at 15oC||kg/m3||720,0 - 775,0||PN‑EN ISO 12185
PN‑EN ISO 3675
|Sulfur content||mg/kg||max. 10,0||PN‑EN ISO 20884
PN‑EN ISO 20846
PN‑EN ISO 13032
|Manganese content||mg/l||max. 2,0||PN-EN 16135|
|Induction period||minutes||min. 360||PN-ISO 7536|
|Resin content (solvent washed)||mg/100 ml||max. 5||PN-EN ISO 6246|
|Copper strip corrosion: 3h at 50oC||class||class 1||PN-EN ISO 2160|
|Appearance||-||clear and transparent||visual assessment|
|Hydrocarbon type content:||PN-EN 15553
PN-EN ISO 22854
|Olefins|| %(V/V)||max. 18,0|
|Benzene content||%(V/V)||max. 1.0||PN-EN 238
PN-EN ISO 22854
|Oxygen content||%(m/m)||max. 2,7||PN-EN 1601
PN-EN ISO 22854
|Oxygenates content||PN-EN 1601
PN-EN ISO 22854
|isopropyl alcohol||Volumetric content
in the blended product
limited by maximum oxygen content of 2.7% (m/m)
|ethers (with five or more carbon atoms)|
|other organic oxygenates|
|Vapour pressure (VP) ***)||PN-EN 13016-1|
|summer||kPa||45,0 - 60,0|
|transition season||45,0 - 60,0|
|winter||60,0 - 90,0|
|Distillation||PN-EN ISO 3405|
|% evaporated at 70oC (E70) ***)|| %(V/V)|
|summer||20,0 - 48,0|
|transition season||20,0 - 50,0|
|winter||22,0 - 50,0|
|% evaporated at 100oC (E100)||46,0 - 71,0|
|% evaporated at 150oC (E150)||min. 75,0|
|Final Boiling Point (FBP)||oC||max. 210||PN-EN ISO 3405|
|Distillation residue||%(V/V)||max. 2||PN-EN ISO 3405|
|Vapour Lock Index (VLI) ***)||-||PN-EN 228|
|transition season||max 1,150|
*) Requirements according to the Minister of Economy’s Regulation of October 9th 2015 on quality requirements for liquid fuels (Dz.U. of October 23rd 2015, item 1680).
**) Requirements according to the Minister of Economy’s Regulation of October 9th 2015 on quality testing methods for liquid fuels (Dz.U. of October 23rd 2015, item 1679).
***) The gasoline volatility requirements for Poland’s climate conditions are defined for the following seasons:
(a) summer– from May 1st to September 30th;
(b) transition season(s) – from March 1st to April 30th and from October 1st to October 31st;
(c) winter – from November 1st to the end of February.
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