How does compliance with EN590 support the use of SulNOx technologies?

Even through the efficacy, safety, anti-pollutant and economic benefits of using SulNOx fuel products in fuel has been proven for many years, the difficulties of huge costs and the time required to elicit ‘Letters of No Objection’ from each and every engine manufacturer, has proven to be a serious hurdle. The Bureau Veritas certification as [...]

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The importance of a Bureau Veritas certificate

Evidence that any fuel or treated fuel conforms to EN590 must be provided by a qualified and legally certified testing laboratory. Bureau Veritas, who have certified SulNOx conditioner, are accepted and acknowledged in 197 counties.

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EN590’s fundamental importance to the use of Conditioners

A user of fuel must utilise an accepted standard of fuel if they are to avoid engine damage or excessive wear. And importantly, not invalidate their engine manufacturer’s warranty. Consequently, without a certified ‘Letter of No Objection’ from any engine’s particular manufacturer (basically giving permission to use a non-standard fuel), they cannot use a fuel [...]

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Why was it introduced?

EN590 was introduced to coincide with the development of new emissions standards across the European Union & the UK. The overall goal has been to reduce the sulphur content of diesel fuel (a major element of pollution. eg. acid rain). However, Sulphur has been used as a lubricant in most fuels and its role has to be replicated by another [...]

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What does it regulate?

EN 590 describes the physical, chemical and performance properties that all automotive diesel fuels must meet if they are to be sold in the UK, European Union, Croatia, Iceland, Norway and Switzerland It is also a ‘Standard’ that is valued and recognised around the world.

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