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Research Laboratories, Inc. is a full service petroleum fuel analysis facility specializing in the testing of distillate fuels.   We offer fuel analysis on diesel, gasoline, biodiesel and other distillate fuels.  ‘State-of-the-art’ testing equipment following ASTM International specifications when applicable are used by our highly trained and educated staff to obtain accurate results.  A portion of the tests available are:

#2 Diesel:
Gasoline:
  • HFRR (Lubricity) ASTM D6079
  • Sulfur Content ASTM D5453
  • CFPP ASTM D6371
  • Cloud Point ASTM D5771 
  • Pour Point ASTM D97 
  • Water by Karl Fischer ASTM D6304
  • Summer Fuel Analysis Package
  • Winter Fuel Analysis Package
  • Fuel Monitoring ProgramTM
  • Distillation ASTM D86
  • Sulfur Content ASTM D5453
  • Reid Vapor Pressure ASTM D5191
  • Water by Karl Fischer ASTM D6304
  • Aviation Gasoline Analysis Package
  • Automobile Gasoline Analysis Package
 
 
Kerosene:
Biodiesel:
  • Kero Summer Fuel Analysis Package
  • Kero Winter Fuel Analysis Package
  • Aviation Turbine Fuel Analysis Package
  • Flash Point D93 PMCC
  • Specification Testing D6751

 
        For more information, please contact us.
 
 
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News & Events
07/02/2014 -
FUEL MONITORING PROGRAM
KEEPING YOUR STORED FUEL EMERGENCY READY -Preventative Maintenance For Your Stored Fuel
05/05/2014 -
Do You Know the "Quality" of Diesel Fuel You Are Buying?
Most fuel buyers assume the diesel fuels they purchase meet the established (ASTM ? American Society for Testing and Materials) specification requirements. Whether diesel fuels are sourced from major producers or independent suppliers, there is absolutely NO guarantee this always happens. Additionally, what is not always published is the fact that the petroleum producers (refiners), diesel fuel distributors and fuel suppliers heavily inundate every ASTM Division and Committee including the Diesel Fuel D-2 Committee which actually writes the specifications for diesel fuels sold in America. Accordingly, the approved diesel fuel quality specifications generally sway more in favor of fuel productions rather than specifically in the direction of optimum engine performance. This is not to say the engine manufacturers (and fuel users) do not have any say in the diesel fuel quality specifications. Contact us at 260-489-2551 for the complete copy of this article.
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