Diesel fuel is a liquid viscous and hard-to-resist liquid which contains almost carbon. One of the main indicators of diesel fuel is the cetane number. Cetane number is a parameter that affects the duration of engine warming up and starting. When operating the engine in conditions of low ambient air temperature, it is best to use diesel fuel with a higher cetane number. Nevertheless, it should be borne in mind that fuel with cetane number above 55 leads to increase in smoke exhaust.
Diesel fuel in the assortment: grade F, D, type III (winter), grade E, type III (interseasonal), arctic.
Arctic diesel fuel is specifically designed for operation in particularly extreme cold conditions, when the ambient temperature drops to 50 degrees below zero.