jet A-1

jet A-1

A kerosene-type fuel similar to jet A fuel, whose freezing point is −50°C, while its flash point is above 37.8°C. It often contains a static dissipater additive that makes it suitable for use in very low temperatures. Its British equivalent is D.Eng. R-D-2482.
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Sales of high-margin products such as gasoline, Jet A-1 and lubricants grew double digits in 2017.
Sales of high-margin products such as gasoline, Jet A-1, and lubricants grew by double digits in 2017.
Sales of high-margin products like gasoline, Jet A-1 and lubricants grew by double digits in 2017.
While updating the chief guest of the ceremony about compliant standards and safety features, MD PSO , Sheikh Imranul Haque said: 'The PSO branded tank lorries launched and inducted in fleet today have a capacity of approximately 20,000 liters each and will be used to transport Jet A-1 fuel and other white oil products from PSO depots to consumer outlets.
Furthermore, he shared PSO had ordered imported cargoes of Jet A-1 for meeting surging demand of jet fuel for Umrah flights and due to onset of holiday sea besides less supplies by local refineries.
He said the company had already arranged imported cargoes of Jet A-1 to meet the surge in consumption of jet fuel due to Umrah, upcoming holiday season as well as lower supplies by local refineries.
Gasoline and Jet A-1 likewise saw volume increases at 15 percent and 11 percent, respectively.
Fuels Leading Petty Officer 2nd Class Justin Glover explained, "Fuel system icing inhibitor (FSII), static dissipater additive, and corrosion inhibitor are injected into Jet A-1 fuel, and then blended to create JP-8 fuel.
The Molex process provides the most economical route to produce normal paraffins from kerosene and diesel, while also producing a by-product return stream of Jet A-1 quality jet fuel.
From there the majority was again shipped to Gavie, Sweden, and blended with fossil Jet A-1 fuel.
The US can't send more jet if they can't meet Defstan," he says, referring to the UK Ministry of Defense's fueling standard, which is the basis of Europe's Jet A-1 airline fuel specification.
In autumn 2009, the Bukhara oil refinery began mass production of jet fuel Jet A-1.