Complex additive for production of EURO-4, EURO-5 fuel

Element is aimed to get high octane gasoline from low octane product.

This additive contributes to the appropriate combustion of gasoline in the automobile engine with maximum completeness and speed by balancing high octane components by fractional composition, by the ratio of oxygenates and aromatic compounds.

What does Element give?

Contains cleaning additive in the mixture for protection from deposits on intake valves and injectors

The delivery package includes

Adjustment of the additive composition for the customer's base fuel
Personal manager
Visit of a specialist and training of personnel on the use of additives
Periodic quality control of the customer's base fuel

Types of product

By blending 80 octane gasoline with the Element-4 addition from naphtha (octane 62-64), you may create Regular-92 and Premium-95 octane gasoline. Regular-92 and Premium-95 may be obtained by adding a lesser amount of Element-4 to 80 octane gasoline
The gasoline of the 80 octane gasoline may be created by blending; Regular-92, Premium-95, Super-98, Super-100, strictly according to the Euro-5 standard, with the Element-5 addition from naphtha with sulfur up to 20 ppm (octane 62-64).
It is essential to add from 7% to 8% vol. Element-5 to the Regular-92 Euro-5 basis to get Super-98 gasoline. It's also important to add 10% vol. Element-5 to Super-100 gasoline.
Initial fuel Dosage Final fuel
Naphtha (octane 62-64) Element-4 from 10 to 15% 80 octane gasoline
Naphtha (octane 62-64) Element-4 from 20 to 30 % Regular-92
Naphtha (octane 62-64) Element-4 from 25 to 35% Premium-95
Naphtha (octane 62-64) Element-5 from 25 to 35% Regular-92
Regular-92 Euro-5 Element-5 from 7 to 8% Super-98
Regualr-92 Euro-5 Element-5 10% Super-100

* Dosage of product calculated by volume in liters

How it is delivered and in what

Test results

Element additive's components all meet Euro requirements and have no effect on the finished product's standards.

Application of Element

Using the pump, we feed the additive and the base into the working container. Mixing happens as a result of the density difference.
The pump then completes the mixing process by pumping the contents of the working container in a closed loop.
By comparing the density of the top and lower layers, we can control mixing.