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OPAL Fuel

OPAL Fuel

refuelling aircraft, petrol, fuel, Refuelling, Aircraft

Last updated Monday 17 July, 2017

What is OPAL Fuel? Opal fuel is a low-aromatic unleaded fuel that has been designed to discourage people from sniffing by lowering the amount of the toxic components which give petrol sniffers a 'high'... Areas where low aromatic unleaded fuel is widely available: ...

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Refuelling from drums and fire prevention

Refuelling from drums and fire prevention

Safety, Refuelling

Last updated Tuesday 18 October, 2016

Refuelling from drums is almost invariably done as an 'in-the-field' operation... Many of those who use drums do so often and as a matter of routine... Therefore, the practice of completing the refuelling quickly, and cutting corners, tends to arise... In fact, there are a number of regulations, orders and time-proven

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Refuelling from jerry cans

Refuelling from jerry cans

Safety, Refuelling

Last updated Thursday 13 April, 2017

Fuelling aircraft from plastic containers is dangerous... Static electricity is a common result of plastic and friction... When adding fuel to the equation it can be a risky environment... The risk of static sparking while refuelling can be minimised by a few simple precautions: 1... Use a metal container rather than a

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