EVRO PREMIJUM BMB 95 is a top quality fuel which fully meets the strictest requirements for Euro V emission standards for travel vehicles.
It is meant for vehicles of the newest generation, their maintenance and the protection of the environment, and the quality of the fuel is in compliance with the European standard of the quality of EN 228 petrol.
Rest assured that at the NIS gas stations you fill up your tanks with unleaded 95octane motor petrol of the same quality as in any other EU country.
Benefits of EVRO PREMIJUM BMB 95
- Extended operation and exploitation of the vehicle due to decreased sulfur content.
- Decreased fuel consumption.
- Decreased emission of harmful exhaust gases and a contribution to the protection of the environment..
Basic petrol qualities:
- Octane number
- Distillation characteristics
- Steam pressure
- Sulfur content
- Olefin, aromatics and oxygenates content
Octane number represents the quality measure of petrol and determines the resistance of certain petrol to detonation combustion. The bigger it is, the greater the resistance.
Higher value of the octane number:
- decreases detonation combustion
- preserves the operational structure of the engine
- extends the durability of the engine
- decreases fuel consumption
- decreases exhaust gas emission
- increases the strength of engine
For good engine operation in various conditions parts of distilled fractions are important. Proper proportion of these fractions enables easier cold start of the engine, improves heating and acceleration of the engine.
Depending on the season, steam pressure of petrol values vary. Steam pressure defines the fuel evaporation, which is important for correct start of the engine in various seasons.
In combustion, sulfur in petrol turns into sulfur oxides, and they turn into sulfur acid which leads to corrosion. Decreased sulfur content enables engine operation in a less corrosive environment, which positively affects the extended operation, oil replacement period and exploitation period. Also, it decreases the emission of exhaust gases.
Benzene is a toxic hydrocarbon and it evaporates easily. It has high octane values due to which it is added to petrol at refineries.
Copper plate corrosion:
It determines the presence of certain sulfur compounds and moisture in fuels.