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Petrobras Podium Gasoline
The most advanced technology in fuels
The high-performance Petrobras Podium Gasoline has a avarage octane rating of 97 units, measured based on the anti-knock index (AKI), and up to 30 mg/kg (or ppm) of sulfur. It is the highest octane fuel in the world, higher even than the European super-premium gasolines, and is marketed exclusively at Petrobras service stations.
Petrobras Podium Gasoline is a fuel with ultra-low sulfur content (ULSC), affording lower environmental impact from vehicles currently in circulation. It maintains the engine's energy efficiency, preventing the formation of deposits, in addition to increasing the life of the lubricant, thus reducing vehicle maintenance costs.
Any vehicle can seize the benefits of the unsurpassed performance of Petrobras Podium Gasoline, particularly those fitted with high compression ratio engines, which can make better use of the projected power, allowing speed resumption in less time and ensuring safer overtaking.
The development of Petrobras Podium Gasoline was based on the same standards as those Petrobras used to prepare fuels for the race tracks.
Premium Gasoline has a minimum octane rating of 91 units, measured by the anti-knock index (AKI), and up to 50 mg/kg (or ppm) of sulfur.
It is Petrobras' Premium Gasoline, with ultra-low sulfur content (ULSC or S-50), affording the same benefits as Regular ULSC Gasoline with adequate performance for high compression ratio vehicles.
Petrobras Grid Gasoline
The treatment your engine deserves.
The Petrobras Grid Gasoline has the same octane rating* as regular gasoline, 87 units, measured based on the anti-knock index (AKI) and up to 50 mg/kg (or ppm) of sulfur content, being sold exclusively at Petrobras Service Stations.
Its composition contains an exclusive package of additives with friction reducers, which contribute to reduce part wear, in addition to detergents and dispersants, that help to keep the engine clean.
Regular Gasoline has a minimum octane rating of 87 units, measured by the anti-knock index (AKI), and up to 50 mg/kg (or ppm) of sulfur. It is a fuel with ultra-low sulfur content (ULSC or S-50).
It also allows all gasoline fired engines to have low deposit formations on valves, fuel injectors, and in the combustion chamber, with less engine wear and longer lubricant service life, maintaining the engine's energy efficiency.
*property that indicates combustion quality