What Is The Best Density Of Petrol For Your Cars And Bikes?

What Is The Best Density Of Petrol For Your Cars And Bikes?

It is very important to always keep an eye out for the density of the fuel while getting your cars and bikes filled up to the fuel stations

All the cars and the bikes need fuel to run and it is very important for users to ensure that clean fuel is filled in the tank. If you also own a petrol vehicle, it is very important for you to ensure that the fuel that you get filled in your car is not bad and has the right density. While the government has set a standard range of density for petrol. The density determines the quality of the petrol and the ideal range of density ensures that the users get high-quality of fuel. For those wondering – what is the best density of petrol for your cars and bikes? Here are all the details you should check out.

What Is The Best Density Of Petrol For Your Cars And Bikes?

To start with, the government has set the ideal range for petrol in India to be 730-770 kg/m3. Furthermore, the diesel on the other hand should have an ideal density of around 820-860 kg/m3. Fuel density within these ranges ensures that the fuel is of high quality.

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It is also advised that the user should not get fuel filed from a fuel station if the density is above or below the specified density ranges for petrol as well as diesel. It is also compulsory for a fuel station to regularly check the petrol and diesel density and make it available for the users.

The measured density value is also required to be updated in the fuel dispenser. The density of the fuel varies due to a change in temperature and other environmental factors every day.

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A lower petrol density also suggests mixing of petrol with water or other contaminants. This is usually done by the fuel pump owners to extract additional profits. It is very important for you too ensure that you regularly use a fuel pump which is reputed and is known to deliver high-quality fuel.

Using low-quality and contaminated fuel can cause a long list of issues and problems in your car. These problems can range from faulty fuel injectors to faulty fuel and might lead to expensive repairs.

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Nitin Kadian

Nitin Kadian

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An engineer by education and a motorhead by heart, he loves spending time behind the wheels. In the age of SUVs and crossovers, he still adores old-school low-slung sedans and drools over the Mustang '69.