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Aviation Fuel Supply
Avgas 100LL powers piston engine aircraft. This specialised aviation gasoline is designed to meet rigorous aviation industry requirements.
The Fuel for General Aviation
Our competitively priced Avgas 100LL not only meets but surpasses stringent international standards for aviation gasoline production – guaranteeing flight safety, high product quality and a long shelf life.
We are proud to serve the general aviation community, including both the wholesale and retail markets, with Avgas 100LL. To this end we deliver to airfields, fixed-base operators (FBOs), flying clubs, independent distributors and oil companies, military and public services. We supply our Avgas 100LL in cistern trucks, ISO containers, rail tank cars and tanker vessels.
Whether you use Avgas 100LL for recreational flying, running a flying school or a wholesale distribution business, we put you first. Our team will provide you with expert assistance so you can get the Avgas 100LL quickly and simply, time after time. Across the globe, around the clock – you can trust us to be wherever you need us to be, with the right high-quality product at a fair price.
Puma AVGAS 100 LL meets the requirements of the current Defence Standard 91-90 and ASTM D 910.
Puma AVGAS UL94 is a lead free alternative used for piston engines. Not only is better for the environment it is also better for aircraft engines than Autogas.
Lead Free Alternative
Puma UL 94 is a superb alternative to 100LL Leaded gas and satisfies the octane requirements of a wide range of piston engines. It contains no Tetraethyllead and meets the provisions of the ASTM D7547 and DEF-STAN 91-090 latest issue for Standard Specification Unleaded Gasoline.
Puma UL94 may be used in a numerous types of aircraft that have been specifically approved by the engine and aircraft manufacturers.
We deliver to Puma UL 94 to airfields, fixed-base operators (FBOs), flying clubs, independent distributors and oil companies, military and public services around the world. We supply Puma AVGAS UL 94 in cistern trucks, ISO containers, rail tank cars and tanker vessels to customers around the world.
Jet A/A-1 is designed for aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines – the engines used by the world’s commercial airlines. We provide this fuel to the highest international standards for our customers, safely, reliably and at a competitive price.
Our JET A/A-1 fuel meets the Aviation Fuel Quality Requirements for Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS) latest issue. It also meets the most stringent requirements of the Defence Standard 91-091 as well as ASTM D-1655.
Spotlight on Jet A/A-1
Jet A and Jet A-1 are kerosene-type fuels. The primary difference between the two is the freezing point, the temperature at which wax crystals disappear in a laboratory test. Jet A, which is mainly used in the Americas, must have a freeze point of minus 40ºC or below and does not typically contain static dissipater additive. Jet A-1 must have a freeze point of minus 47ºC or below. Used for locations outside the Americas, this fuel normally contains static dissipater additive