Diesel fuels

NEOT delivers high-quality diesel fuels to its owner-customers. Fuels are suitable for Finland’s varying conditions.

The diesel fuels we supply include components that prevent foaming, lubricate, and protect against corrosion, ensuring safe usage in all diesel-powered passenger cars and commercial vehicle engines.

Different seasons require diesel fuels with varying cold-resistance capabilities

NEOT diesel -10/-20
is available during the summer season. The product’s lowest operating temperature is -20 degrees Celsius. Improved cold resistance provides a longer usage period for the product.

NEOT diesel -25/-35
is suitable for almost all Finnish winter conditions. The product’s lowest operating temperature is -35 degrees Celsius.

NEOT diesel -30/-38
is the winter diesel for the northernmost Finland with lowest operating temperature of -38 degrees Celsius.

Renewable diesel -30/-30
is suitable for Finnish winter conditions. The product’s lowest operating temperature is -30 degrees Celsius.

Did you know?

Cloud point is the lowest temperature recommended
for storing the product.

Cold filter plugging point (CFPP) is the lowest operating temperature i.e. the temperature in which a well-maintained and properly built vehicle still runs smoothly.

Cetane number indicates the fuel ignition sensitivity. It describes the quality of the diesel fuel. The higher the cetane number, the faster the fuel will ignite in the engine.

Renewable diesel and biodiesel

Renewable HVO diesel (Hydrotreated Vegetable Oil) and FAME biodiesel (Fatty Acid Methyl Ester) are fuels made from renewable feedstocks. Both products can reduce carbon dioxide and particulate emissions compared to traditional fossil diesel. However, the products differ in their production processes and product characteristics.

Renewable HVO diesel is a fuel made from vegetable oils or fats using a hydrogenation process. It can be blended with traditional diesel or used directly as a 100% substitute for fossil diesel in all diesel engines.

FAME biodiesel is produced by esterifying vegetable oils or fats, and its blending ratio with fossil diesel is limited to maximum 7 percentage by volume in Europe.