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ASTM D4806 - Standard Specification for Denatured Fuel Ethanol for Blending with Gasolines for Use as Automotive Spark-Ignition Engine Fuel

We perform ethanol quality testing by Specification ASTM D4806, which covers anhydrous denatured fuel ethanol that is blended with gasoline. This specification covers nominally anhydrous denatured fuel ethanol intended for blending with unleaded or leaded gasolines for use as a spark-ignition automotive engine fuel. According to ASTM D4806, the only denaturants used for fuel ethanol shall be natural gasoline, gasoline components, or unleaded gasoline at the minimum concentration prescribed. Prohibited denaturants include methanol which does not meet the specified requirement, pyrroles, turpentine, ketones, and tars (high-molecular weight pyrolysis products of fossil or nonfossil vegetable matter).

This specification defines the standard tests used to define "acceptable" quality for E100 used for fuel blending.  All ethanol blendstocks should be tested and certified to meet this specification.

For additional information on this test method or to purchase a copy of the method, please click HERE to open a new window and visit the ASTM website.

The following is a list of test methods we perform according to Specification ASTM D4806. To learn more about one of these tests, click on the test method number.