AVTUR


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AVTUR

A type of fuel for gas turbine engines. A kerosene-type fuel with a boiling range of 150° to 300°C and waxing of −50°C. The American equivalent is JP 1.
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"We launched Avtur at the airport of Moses Kilangin, in the regency of Mimika.
The primary unit turns out BBM like avgas, avtur, Premium gasoline, kerosene, ADO, IDOP, MFO and Pertamax gasoline.
This time the replacement is done to supply Avtur products from the use of Small Tanker II type vessels with a charge of 3,500 to 6,500 dw to become the MR vessel.
The primary unit can produce all types of fuels including Avgas, Avtur, premium, kerosene, ADO, IDO, MFO and special fuels (formerly premix, now Pertamax).
After conversion, the vehicle is able to run on either diesel or Avtur aviation fuel without adjustment.
Avtur is also a special type of OBF produced through fraction of petroleum.
Indonesia imports at least 8 types of BBM-from Singapore--Fuel Oil, Inco Fuel, HOMC, Avtur, Gas Oil, HSFO, IDO and DPK.
Pertamina reduced the price of aviation gas, Avtur, from Rp 2,800 to Rp 2,400 per liter on January 1, 2001 following the fall in the price of crude oil in the world market.
Market mechanism begam to be adopted in February 1999 for aviation gases -- avgas and avtur.
The market mechanism was used only for aviation gases - avtur and avgas - in February 1999.