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    We have gathered all samples of RON95 petrol from each brand to see the physical differences especially the colour. We also done a burning test on each petrol to see how long does it take for the petrol to be burned until finish. Here we attach the video of burning each petrol samples and the time is recorded below the video. Thanks to KDI readers Wan10 for giving us the ideas to collect all the petrol samples.

    DIFFERENCES OF RON 95 PETROL PROPERTIES FROM BHP PETRONAS SHELL CALTEX ESSO MOBIL

    DIFFERENCES OF RON 95 PETROL PROPERTIES FROM BHP PETRONAS SHELL CALTEX ESSO MOBIL 

    From the physical properties, the colour of each brand have some differences and an obvious difference is from the Esso and Mobil brand which is from the same company producing a yellowish colour of RON 95 petrol.

     

    DIFFERENCES OF RON 95 PETROL PROPERTIES FROM BHP PETRONAS SHELL CALTEX ESSO MOBIL

     

    While Petronas has the greenest colour of its RON95. BHP have clear with slightly green colour while the most clear or transparent petrol is from Caltex. 

     

    Below are the burning test of each petrol brand. The method is by using standard bottle cap of 100 plus, we fill up the cap with specified petrol until overfill and put it on a metal area for burning process then light it up with lighter just after it is put there.

     

    Then we monitor the result. Note that this burning process is done  in an uncontrol environment and just for our fun test not for any review etc.

     

    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Yj9FiE-Ii8 425 344]
     
    BHP RON 95 30.53 SEC
     
    The BHP petrol have biggest fire among other petrol brand.
     
     
     
    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXgaeaZzJ6M 425 344]
     
    PETRONAS RON95 35.57 SEC
     
    Petronas have the smallest fire produced
     
    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sqrj8bdPQV4 425 344]
     
    SHELL RON95 31.59 SEC
     
    Shell is the most easy to catch fire. It starts the fire even when the lighter is from far
     
    away.
     
    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xC7l-Vy4M-g 425 344]
     
    CALTEX RON95 25.36 SEC
     
     
     
    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TM1cc1dcqf0 425 344]
     
    ESSO RON95 26.04 SEC
     
     
     
    [youtube:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wXBhmxR81m8 425 344]
     
    MOBIL RON95 26.44
     
     
     
    MOBIL RON95 26.44 SEC
    ESSO RON95 26.04 SEC
    CALTEX RON95 25.36 SEC
    SHELL RON95 31.59 SEC
    PETRONAS RON95 35.57 SEC
    BHP RON 95 30.53 SEC
     
    According to time taken for the petrol to be burned until no fire, the Mobil and Esso seems to have same petrol properties.
     
    While surprisingly, petronas petrol RON95 can sustain fire in the longest period which is 35.57 seconds followed by Shell at 31.36 sec and BHPetrol at 30.53 sec. The least time for petrol burning is caltex RON95 with 25.36 sec

    DIFFERENCES OF RON 95 PETROL PROPERTIES FROM BHP PETRONAS SHELL CALTEX ESSO MOBIL

    I am not going to make any conclusion about the differences due to that I am not an expertise in Petrol industries. But for those out there who knows may share your thoughts here.

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    6 Responses

    1. Kent Soh says:

      In this case, as I’m not an expert in oil and gas, but I’m keen to see if there is another comparison between Shell 95 and Shell 97 or even other petrol station brand. From my practical fuel test for my own car, I found that Petronas has given me longer journey compare to others and surprisingly, Caltex and Esso are also the worst record base on my fuel test. By the way, highly appreciated your works!

    2. Brightstar says:

      Is this a propaganda…?

    3. Brightstar says:

      From the experince of mine, petron and esso has given me longer car journey… The worst of all is petronas….

    4. Michael Ng says:

      I think the results is obvious that PETRONAS gave better mileage to all cars.

    5. Frank Chin says:

      If your car engine are older version like Proton MMC 1.3, 1.5 and 1.6 then Caltex is surely better and for newer car engine like Proton Campro 1.3 and 1.6 than BHP surely more suitable as it seems their petrol is above Euro 2 but below Euro 4.

    6. aiman says:

      does these observation effect with the efficiency of each brand? if yes,,,can explain it to me? ty

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