Aviation Fuel (AVTUR) Testing
Bureau Veritas has highly experienced laboratory staff across the globe to provide the full range of testing in accordance with international standards.
Jet fuel, aviation turbine fuel (ATF), or avtur, is a type of aviation fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines.
Aviation gasoline is tested by Bureau Veritas to ASTM standard D910 which deals with gasoline including Avgas 100, 100LL and 82 UL in propeller driven aircraft.
- Aviation lean rating
- Tetraethyl lead
- Vapour Pressure
- Freezing point
- Oxidation stability (gum potential and lead precipitate)
Additionally Bureau Veritas will test for Super-charge octane performance in accordance with ASTM D-909.
Testing services include analysis of stored fuel and its condition to ensure that there has been no contamination or degradation of material.
- Jet Fuel Testing – Full Specification
- Chemical Testing
- Elemental Trace Analysis
- FAME in Jet Fuel – Aviation Fuel Testing
- Pipeline Contamination Testing
- Sulfur Content