Okla. Admin. Code § 165:15-7-4 - Aviation gasoline

Current through Vol. 39, No. 14, April 01, 2022

Aviation gasoline must be free from suspended water and sediment and have an appropriate octane reading and color

(1) Octane rating. There are three different classifications of aviation gasoline:
(A) Grade 80-87. The lean octane rating must not be less than 80. The rich octane rating must not be less than 87.
(B) Grade 100-130. The lean octane rating must not be less than 100. The rich octane rating must not be less than 130.
(C) Grade 100-130LL. The lean octane rating must not be less than 100. The rich octane rating must not be less than 130.
(2) Aviation gasoline color.
(A) Grade 80-87 must have a red color
(B) Grade 100-130 must have a green color
(C) Grade 100-130LL must have a blue color

Notes

Okla. Admin. Code § 165:15-7-4
Amended at 18 Ok Reg 1052, eff 5-11-01
Amended by Oklahoma Register, Volume 32, Issue 23, August 17, 2015, eff. 8/27/2015

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