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ILNAS-EN 590:2013+A1:2017 Edition 05/2017
Automotive fuels - Diesel - Requirements and test methods
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Abstract

This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered automotive diesel fuel. It is applicable to automotive diesel fuel for use in diesel engine vehicles designed to run on automotive diesel fuel containing up to 7 %(V/V) Fatty Acid Methyl Ester. NOTE For the purposes of this European Standard, the terms "% (m/m)" and "% (V/V)" are used to represent respectively the mass fraction and the volume fraction.

Status

Standard - Superseded

Origin

Technical Committee :
CEN/TC 19 : Gaseous and liquid fuels, lubricants and related products of petroleum, synthetic and biological origin

Implementation

start of the vote on the project      date of ratification (dor)    17/03/2017
end of the vote on the project      date of anouncement (doa)    31/08/2017
start of the vote on the final project      date of publication (dop)    30/11/2017
end of the vote on the final project      date of withdrawal (dow)    30/11/2017


Publication Official Journal
of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg
19/06/2017
Reference Mémorial A N° 573

Relations

Evolutions
ILNAS-EN 590:2022

Relations to older standards
ILNAS-EN 590:2013/AC:2014
ILNAS-EN 590:2013
EN 590:2013/FprA1

International Classification for Standards (ICS codes) :

75.160.20 : Liquid fuels

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