Fuel properties are controlled by fuel standards and specifications which allow for the manufacture of consistently fit-for-purpose fuels that comply with all legislative controls and internal performance criteria.
A rigorous quality control system is applied to all tests and procedures to ensure that all aspects of method requirements are met. In New Zealand these are the Engine Fuel Specifications Regulations 2011 and IPL takes great care to ensure methods and guidelines are respected. The range of fuels testing we specialise in are:Diesel
Fuel oils are manufactured by blending distillation residues with gas oil components according to market requirements. Fuel oils are mainly used to drive engines used in heavy industry applications such as for power generation, steam generation, ship fuel and industrial burners. A range of different fuel oils are manufactured, according to the requirements of the end user.Waste Oils
Another year full of successful project entries for the WITT Taranaki Science and Technology Fair. Our lovely Pam Chung attended the event and also helped judge the projects on display. Pam was truly amazed by the level of detail and the precision of the scientific processes followed by some of the participants. “I thought the kids did a great job at noting down and presenting evidence of their work at each step of their investigation”. It was great to hear back from Pam about how impressed she was by the thoroughness of some of our scientists in making. Read More ›