A safer working environment

There used to be a time when we had no choice but to put up with the emissions our machinery  created. No longer – following  the introduction of the Aspen fuel range, an alkylate petrol which contains virtually no benzene, sulphur or solvents.  Users of Aspen no longer experience headaches, sore throats and eyes or nausea and generally feel much better at work from not having to breathe in these harmful chemicals.
Aspen isn’t only better for the user, because of the cleaner burning characteristics of the product it means that the engines remain cleaner and require less servicing. Ordinary petrol deteriorates if stored in containers or petrol tanks, which results in starting and operating problems. Aspen retains its quality meaning you can leave it in your machine for as long as you like without the risk of damaging your machines fuel system.
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Aspen is available in a ready mixed 2-stroke and a plain 4-stroke version and both are available in 1 litre and 5 litre containers and in 200 litre drums.
Aspen 2 is a practical, ready -mixed alkylate petrol for chainsaws, hedge trimmers, strimmers and other land-based 2-stroke engines. It also improves machine performance and ensures a longer service life. The cleaner petrol means, in turn, a cleaner engine with fewer deposits.
Aspen 4 is an alkylate petrol for lawnmowers, rotary cultivators, snow blowers, boats and other 4-stroke engines. It helps to keep valves and pistons cleaner, which gives the engine a longer service life and greater operational reliability.
Aspen not only benefits man and machine but is also adapted to give the least possible environmental impact. The formation of ground-level ozone (smog) is a major environmental and health problem, which is caused by the reactive hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides that are emitted by combustion engines. Not only is this harmful for humans and animals but it also causes damage to agricultural crops, costing billions of pounds each year.
Research has shown that use of Aspen alkylate petrol substantially reduces the formation of ground level ozone. It has also shown that the exhausts from a small two stroke engine run on Aspen alkylate petrol will form 40% less ground level ozone than the same engine run on normal European unleaded 95 petrol.
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