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Russian military scientists have developed a new diesel fuel for the Arctic

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Russian military scientists have developed a new diesel fuel for the Arctic

The Institute of Chemotology at the Ministry of Defense of Russia has developed a new diesel fuel for use in the Far North and the Arctic, the head of the research center Vladimir Sereda said.


“Among our tasks at the current stage is the development of fuel for use at low temperatures. We have developed a formulation and composition of fuel, which, as experiments have shown, can be used at temperatures up to minus 65 degrees in the conditions of the Far North and the Arctic, ”ITAR-TASS reports the words Sereda.

New diesel fuel has already passed the test in laboratory conditions, at the moment bench tests are being completed.

In addition, special oils have been developed for arctic conditions that can be used as early as next year.

The FAA “25-th State Department of Chemical Motivation of the Ministry of Defense of Russia” was established in 1946. Today it is the only research organization with a full range of tests for rocket fuel components, fuels and lubricants and equipment for petroleum products supply in Russia. Similar institutions exist only in the United States, Germany and France.
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  1. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 5 February 2014 09: 55
    +3
    More kerosene. smile
    1. afire
      afire 5 February 2014 10: 13
      0
      nanorobots in fuel, so that they rustle with screws rustling)) joke))
      In general, it’s cool what they did. Maybe technology will be transferred to a civilian? ...
      1. Veter
        Veter 5 February 2014 10: 22
        +1
        Quote: afire
        Maybe technology will be transferred to a civilian ?.

        It will be expensive for the buyer. It’s easier to take winter fuel and dilute it with kerosene or, at worst, with gasoline, which is now being done.
        1. domokl
          domokl 5 February 2014 11: 15
          +1
          Quote: Veter

          It will be expensive for the buyer.

          I doubt it. Buyers are now forced to throw new cars in the taiga just because the fuel freezes. It’s not profitable to drag them to the base. Look at Yamal .. There are cars abandoned by the sea ...
          Yes, and a simple buyer will not go broke. I’m just now the car froze in the garage ... I put the battery in, but didn’t start it .. And you can’t carry it automatically, and there would be fuel and oil with minus 50-60 ... I don’t care she was...
          I'm not talking about the costs of warming the engine ...
          1. Veter
            Veter 5 February 2014 11: 34
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            Quote: domokl
            .Buyers are now forced to throw new cars in the taiga just because the fuel freezes

            Can they save? They pour "winter" instead of "arctic"
            High-quality Arctic fuel freezes at -50-55 degrees.
            Quote: domokl
            Yes, and a simple buyer will not go broke.

            +4 steering wheel per liter to the current cost of diesel at a gas station on average. I think that many will not like it.
            1. domokl
              domokl 5 February 2014 11: 37
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              Quote: Veter
              +4 steering wheel per liter to the current cost of diesel at a gas station on average. I think that many will not like it.

              Well, really, there’s nothing to ride in 35-40 just if you save money. And delivery trucks and long-distance trucks will be happy. Now there are a lot of cars on the Tyumen highway ... Traffic cops instead of catching intruders, work as rescuers. And at the posts they give out hot tea and wow free for everyone ...
          2. ed65b
            ed65b 5 February 2014 11: 56
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            Quote: domokl
            Quote: Veter

            It will be expensive for the buyer.

            I doubt it. Buyers are now forced to throw new cars in the taiga just because the fuel freezes. It’s not profitable to drag them to the base. Look at Yamal .. There are cars abandoned by the sea ...
            Yes, and a simple buyer will not go broke. I’m just now the car froze in the garage ... I put the battery in, but didn’t start it .. And you can’t carry it automatically, and there would be fuel and oil with minus 50-60 ... I don’t care she was...
            I'm not talking about the costs of warming the engine ...

            Do you have a diesel engine?
          3. brainkiller
            brainkiller 5 February 2014 12: 05
            +1
            Quote: domokl
            I doubt. Buyers are now forced to throw new cars in the taiga just because the fuel freezes.
            Could it be the tundra? =)))
          4. midivan
            midivan 25 February 2016 22: 21
            +2
            Quote: domokl
            I now have a car that just froze in the garage ... I put the battery in, but did not start it ..

            look on the internet, there is such a bells and whistle that crashes into the coolant pipe. liquids and from 220 in the garage the engine warms up, there is also a fuel heater (diesel) nozzle on the 12-volt intake, there is also a heater (tape) on the highway. I built the Kruzak in Novosib personally 8 years ago, there were no complaints bat too laughing
        2. AVV
          AVV 5 February 2014 16: 21
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          Quote: Veter
          Quote: afire
          Maybe technology will be transferred to a civilian ?.

          It will be expensive for the buyer. It’s easier to take winter fuel and dilute it with kerosene or, at worst, with gasoline, which is now being done.

          The main thing is that the engine would not grunt, do not give an oak, do not order a long life !!!
    2. dmitrij.blyuz
      dmitrij.blyuz 5 February 2014 13: 42
      +1
      A cool thing! Thinning a diesel engine with kerosene is the best thing! That’s how our TZ-7,5 and APA lived in Chukotka.
    3. Luzhichanin
      Luzhichanin 5 February 2014 19: 43
      0
      Quote: Vladimirets
      More kerosene. smile

      look at the government procurement site yesterday, and so officials buy diesel at 69 r per liter ... looked on the Internet at about 40 Magadan forums ...
      probably the Magadan forum users misled me ... stopudovo because they ordered the latest for the Arctic
      1. APASUS
        APASUS 5 February 2014 21: 13
        +1
        I look no one wondered what the optimal fuel for the North is HYDROGEN. The technology of extraction from water worked better and that’s it!
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  2. Alex_on
    Alex_on 5 February 2014 10: 00
    +3
    Advanced.
    Before diesel fuel grade DA was used up to minus 50 degrees.
    1. afire
      afire 5 February 2014 10: 13
      0
      and she was only in the summer ...
      I remember remember how they sold it in the winter and summer, in the summer))
    2. domokl
      domokl 5 February 2014 11: 32
      +1
      laughing Yeah ... you put your hand in the tank, and there the flakes are white instead of the Arctic salary ... And they drove the torch under the tank and warm ... Safety was called laughing
  3. Serg 122
    Serg 122 5 February 2014 10: 28
    +1
    new diesel fuel for use in the Far North and the Arctic
    And why did the previous Arctic one go wrong? Does "Euro" 5 not match?
    1. Veter
      Veter 5 February 2014 10: 38
      0
      Quote: Serg 122
      And how did the previous Arctic not work?

      "Arctic" - 65 degrees will not stand
      1. domokl
        domokl 5 February 2014 11: 34
        0
        Quote: Veter
        "Arctic" - 65 degrees will not stand

        The polar explorers from Antarctica said that they kept such a temperature in the solarium ... But this is only from their words ... I myself was not there ...
        1. ed65b
          ed65b 5 February 2014 11: 58
          +3
          Quote: domokl
          Quote: Veter
          "Arctic" - 65 degrees will not stand

          The polar explorers from Antarctica said that they kept such a temperature in the solarium ... But this is only from their words ... I myself was not there ...

          Well, if you said it means it’s holding otherwise there would be no one to tell wink
      2. cosmos111
        cosmos111 5 February 2014 11: 39
        0
        Quote: Veter
        "Arctic" - 65 degrees will not stand

        -50 degrees holds one hundred pounds.
        At -55 it’s already jelly. And additives do not help.
        Received a batch of German Arctic, salary, worked at milestone temperatures!
  4. brainkiller
    brainkiller 5 February 2014 10: 36
    +2
    Brrr .. in the negative 65 grease like plastelin, and no spindle can save the transmission. Is that useful for electro-diesel installations. In such a frost, the air itself as a medium loses its properties =)))

    As for civilians - what for them? Merchants are able to count the resource of machines and mechanisms and will not just destroy it, in such frosts there are always activated days.
    1. pensioner
      pensioner 5 February 2014 17: 30
      +1
      Quote: brainkiller
      As for civilians - what for them?

      Well, here we have, for example, work on the gas pipeline is going on ... 3 days were left: there were more than 40 frosts. After frosts for 2 days, the equipment was turned on ... Solarium is a real problem. And minus 30 does not hold. Not to mention lower temperatures. It seems that everyone knows everything about the local frosts ... But anyway: every year the same thing ...
      1. brainkiller
        brainkiller 5 February 2014 17: 45
        +3
        Quote: retired
        . Solyara is a real problem.
        so this problem is not due to technology, but to ordinary quality + honesty of the supplier. wink
        You have logistics, they must be responsible for quality control.
        Minus 40 winter solarium is simply obliged to keep, this is the usual temperature for oil and gas workers in Yamal, for example.
        It is fortunate that they remembered the gas pipeline (I participated in the construction), so they did not stand on ceremony there, upon arrival of the liqueur, the chemical laboratory checked the quality - if it does not satisfy, "go out and pay the penalty!"
        One such deployed and builders did not see more bad diesel fuel. (Well exaggerated of course, with diesel fuel at a construction site as in the army, always fuss)
  5. Kostjan
    Kostjan 5 February 2014 10: 37
    +1
    What about the price? Our winter diesel fuel is more expensive than the AI-98.
    1. Veter
      Veter 5 February 2014 10: 39
      +1
      Quote: Kostyan
      Our winter diesel fuel is more expensive than AI-98

      And the Arctic is even more expensive
  6. siberalt
    siberalt 5 February 2014 10: 38
    +3
    Seriously, our guys have taken up the Arctic! Flag in their hands.
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  8. slavik_gross
    slavik_gross 5 February 2014 10: 47
    +1
    Have you made your fuel for Mistral? or we will buy ...
  9. mad
    mad 5 February 2014 10: 52
    +3
    You can’t let him in on citizens? In Rostov, at -25, all diesel foreign cars stood up, the diesel fuel was reminiscent of aspic with a constant)
    1. midivan
      midivan 25 February 2016 22: 25
      +2
      Quote: mad
      You can’t let him in on citizens? In Rostov, at -25, all diesel foreign cars stood up, the diesel fuel was reminiscent of aspic with a constant)

      muzzle owners refueling did not try to hurt ??? should help and affect the quality of the fuel or burn off several gas stations with an explanation of why laughing
  10. Cpa
    Cpa 5 February 2014 11: 15
    +1
    -65 with this in the Antarctic, the north pole is warmer. So there’s a hint of distant casting wink
  11. mountain
    mountain 5 February 2014 11: 53
    0
    I am amazed that our people came up with oil and fuel, not amas, but ours, for our technology. Already submitted comments and mockery if this product were invented abroad. Guys wake up, not Syrdyukov at the helm stands. Or are you just all Russian enrages. Patriots, damn it.
  12. ed65b
    ed65b 5 February 2014 11: 55
    0
    It’s high time, it’s a pity that the warriors will get rather than the working people, although you should know. But the producers of antigel in winter cut the loot to the fullest. In our city of Kemerovo, the only office sells high-quality anti-gel, so far from it deliberately people from Novosibirsk come specially, and this is 500 km two-way, but nowhere else.
  13. FREGATENKAPITAN
    FREGATENKAPITAN 5 February 2014 12: 00
    0
    What new fuel? They would have learned to do the old ... And then Europeans refuse to sell their diesel cars in Russia because of low-quality fuel ... No need to invent a bicycle
  14. 120352
    120352 5 February 2014 12: 58
    +1
    Actually, this is not the first day or the first time in the Arctic. I have been in those parts from 1974 to 2007. The last years of my stay there were difficult. At the instigation of the patient on Gaidar’s head, we began to hastily leave the North, having thrown a lot of equipped bases there. In the best of times, there were no problems with fuel for the Arctic, as well as with equipment for it. And now you have to restore everything, start over. And the base, and fuel options, and equipment. It is very sad that because of one criminal we are now forced to spend enormous funds on the restoration of what was destroyed. It would be nice to take part of the funds from the complete confiscation of everything that remained after Gaidar on this matter.
  15. shelva
    shelva 5 February 2014 16: 03
    0
    Well done! Without reliable fuel and lubricants, any technique can suddenly "freeze", and what it is in any campaign is not difficult to imagine, and when after minus 50 - in general.
  16. Chever
    Chever 5 February 2014 17: 45
    0
    Interesting. The main thing is that all this does not remain at the stage of experiments, but goes into production ... good
  17. kelevra
    kelevra 5 February 2014 18: 54
    0
    Active development of funds, so as not to give their own, the right direction!
  18. alone
    alone 5 February 2014 21: 53
    0
    It is impossible to use conventional fuel in the Arctic. So it’s logical that they created special fuel.