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Property Test Unit Guarantee Limit Test Method  
Appearance Clear, bright and visually   free from  solid  matter  and undissolved water at normal ambient temperature.           visual  
Colour   Report    D 156 or D 6045  
Particulate Contamination mg/l 1.0 Max D 5452 423
Particulate,at point of manufacture,cumulative channel particle counts   Channel
ISO Code   564 or 565 or 577 
≥4µm(c)   Report  Report     
       ≥6µm(c)   Report  Report     
       ≥14µm(c)   Report  Report     
       ≥21µm(c)   Report  Report     
       ≥25µm(c)   Report  Report     
       ≥30µm(c)   Report  Report     
Total Acidity mg KOH/g 0.015 Max D 3242 354
Aromatics % vol 25 Max D 1319 156
Or Total Aromatics % vol 26,5 Max D6379 436
Sulphur, Total % mass 0.30 Max D 1266 or
D 2622 or
D 4294 or
D 5453
Sulphur, Mercaptan % mass 0.003  Max D 3227 342
or Doctor Test   Negative   D 4952 30
Non Hydroprocessed components % vol. Report      
Mildly Hydroprocessed components % vol. Report      
Severely hydroprocessed           
Components  % vol. Report      
Synthetic Components % vol. Report      
Distillation 0C     D 86 123
      Initial Boiling Point 0C Report      
      Fuel Recovered          
      10 % vol 0C 205 Max    
      50 % vol 0C Report       
      90 % vol 0C Report       
      End Point 0C 300 Max    
      Residue % vol 1,5 Max    
      Loss  % vol 1,5 Max    
Flash Point 0C  38 (40) (1) Min D 3828 or D 56 170 or 523
Density at 15 0C kg/m3 775-840   D 1298 or D 4052 160 or 365
Freezing Point 0C -47 Max D 2386 or
D 5972 or
D 7153 or
D 7154
435 or 528
or 529
Viscosity at –20 0C cst (mm2/s) 8.0  Max D 445 71
Specific Energy, net MJ/kg 42.8 Min  D 3338 or  
D 4809  
Smoke Point Mm 25 Min D 1322  
or Smoke Point Mm 19 Min D 1322  
and Naphthalenes % vol 3.0 Max D 1840  
Corrosion, Copper Strip, Classification (2 h at 100 0C)   1 Max D 130  
Thermal Stability (JFTOT) Control Temp.   0C 260 Min D 3241  
Filter Pressure  Differential mm Hg 25 Max    
Tube Deposit Rating  Visual Less than 3, no “Peacock” or “Abnormal” colour deposits.  
Existent Gum mg/100 ml 7 Max D 381  
Microseparometer (MSEP) ratings       D 3948  
      Fuel With Static          
      Dissipator Additive or   70 Min    
      Fuel Without Static          
      Dissipator Additive   85 Min    
Electrical Conductivity pS/m 50- 600   D 2624 274
Lubricity  mm 0.85 Max D 5001  
 BOCLE wear scar diameter          
Fatty Acid Methyl Ester Mg/kg 50 Max  D 7797 583 or 585 or 590 or 599
Antioxidant mg/l        
    a) Hydroprocessed and Synthetic Fuels (Mandatory)   17.0-24.0      
 b) Non-Hydroprocessed Fuels (Optional)   24.0 Max    
Metal Deactivator (Optional) mg/l 5,7 Max    
Static Dissipator mg/l        
     First Doping STADIS-450   3.0 Max    
      Redoping cumulative  concentration   5.0 Max    
NOT A : The types and concentrations of all additives used are to be shown on refinery Certificates of Quality and other quality documents. 
NOT B : Only those additives approved in DEF STAN-91-91/Issue 7 Amendment 3 are permitted.
NOT C : Severely hydroprocessed components are defined as petroleum derived hydrocarbons that have been subjected to hydrogen partial pressure of greater than 7000 kPa (70bar or 1015 psi) during manufacture.
NOT D :Corrosion Inhibitor/Lubricity İmprover additive may be added the fuel without prior consent of the joint system participants. 
NOT E :The requirement to determine lubricity applies only to fuels containing more than 95% hydroprocessed  material and where at least 20% of the total fuel volume is severely hydroprocessed and for all fuels containing synthetic components. 
1-Results by ASTM D 56 can be 1-2 0C above those obtained by ASTM D 3828, IP 170.
(*) This product is produced in İzmit, İzmir and Kırıkkale Refineries.
This product meets the specification requirements set by AFQRJOS checklist requirements  for Jet A-1 Issue 28  March 2015.  
The  Aviation Fuel Quality  Requirements for Jointly Operated Systems (AFQRJOS)  for Jet A-1 represent    the most stringent requirements of the following two specifications:
(a) British   Ministry of  Defence Standard DEF STAN 91-91/Issue 7 Amendment 3,  2 February 2015 for Turbine Fuel, Aviation Kerosene Type, Jet A-1, NATO Code F-35, Joint Service Designation AVTUR.
(b) ASTM Standard Specification D 1655-15 for Aviation Turbine Fuels “Jet A-1”.
Jet  fuel that meets the AFQRJOS is usually referred to as “Jet A-1 to Check List”, or “Check List Jet A-1” and,  by definition, meets both of the above specifications.