Octane Booster

Octane Booster

Sivakumar Kannappan

437/3B, EAST 3RD STREET,

PUDUKKOTTAI, TAMILNADU,

INDIA.

+916369414570

newfort1995@gmail.com

1.Brief introduction

Highly effective gasoline octane booster can provided for convenience of refineries improving low-grade gasoline by improving octane number greatly.
Technical indicator:
Items
Indexes
Appearance
Brown liquid
oil soluble(V/V)%,≥
1
Density(20℃),≥
0.88
Flash point℃,≥
65
Water-soluble acid or alkali
no
Mechanical impurities and water
no
Corrosion
No corrosion
2.Features
(1).The octane number of gasoline can be boosted 2,3 unites efficiently.
(2).Good soluble ability with gasoline, Non-hierarchical,not precipitation,not    decomposition with long-term storage.
(3).Increase heat efficiency of motor,improve power performance, energy saving  number results up to above 5%.
(4).Reduce NOX 15% and CO 10% in automobile exhaust
(5).Heavy metals meet national standard
3.Usage
(1).Mix 3-5 ‰ octane booster with gasoline
(2).First make laboratory small experiment to obtain optimum dosage for getting gasoline octane number needed.
4.Package and storage
(1).Package:80kg iron pail as required
(2).Storage:Keep in a cool place,far away from fire and heat source.Avoid direct sunshine

1 thought on “Octane Booster

  1. Kate Pennington

    And if you’re using the fuel recommended by the automaker, that knock sensor rarely has anything to detect. Pure and simple, a gasoline’s octane rating is a measure of its resistance to knock as compared to a particular pair of hydrocarbons. Isooctane, an especially knock-resistant variety, is 100 on the octane scale; at the other extreme, n-Heptane is 0. Two procedures with differing test conditions determine a gasoline’s Motor Octane Number and its Research Octane Number. The average (MON RON)/2 is the one we call “pump octane” displayed on the service station pump.

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