Jet Fuel JP54

High-End Jet Fuel JP54 Used in Aeroplane

JP54 is the abbreviation for “Jet Propulsion, A1, Colonial Grade 54”. Jet fuel jp54 makes up just 15% of the crude utilized in refining; the remaining grade is used to create different kinds of plastic.

JP54 propels gas turbine airplane engines. All across the world, fuel can be utilized according to the Jet A and A-1 standards. They use Jet B when the weather is icy. Due to flash points and how the carbon numbers are distributed, jet fuel jp54 often has a variety of different blends.

Sustainable Aviation Jet Fuel JP54

Jet fuel jp54 or “Colonial JP54” makes up the majority of jet fuel exported from nations like Russia and others. With the exception of its lower Specific Energy of 18.4 mj/kg compared to “Jet A’s” of 42.8 mj/kg, it is equivalent to “Jet A.”

Additionally, the ingredients vary a little. There are different flavors of jet fuel available. To describe them all in detail would require a guidebook longer than 100 pages. However, all jet fuels are connected to A1 additives, which allow the aircraft to fly without leaving a whitetail in the sky to serve as a location indicator. Jet fuel is a distillate of kerosene, not a distillate of gasoline or diesel. In the refinery, it separates above gasoline and kinds of paraffin. We also supply virgin fuel to our customers.


There are no special temperature considerations to keep in mind. Keep in mind that the temperature is about -46 degrees Celsius at 40,000 feet no matter where you are or what time of year it is. The biggest temperature concern is that, while filling in a hot, humid area, the air you are carrying in the same tanks has a lot of water, which condenses and produces spiky ice crystals that may harm the jet turbine. 




Keywords JP54
Listing Description Jet fuel designed for use in aircraft powered by gas-turbine engines
Detailed Description A blend of approximately 30% Kerosene and 70% Gasoline. Because of its very low freezing point (−60 °C (−76 °F), it is known as a wide–cut fuel and has a low flash point as well
Packaging Detail Minimum Quantity: 2 million Barrels per Month
Maximum Quantity: 5 million Barrels per Month
Delivery Time FOB : 3 Weeks / CIF : 2-3 Months
Supplying Ability (pieces, cartons, boxes etc) Barrels
Place of Origin Russia & Kazakhstan
Minimum Order Quantity 2 million Barrels per Month
Payment Type (TT,L/C, Western Union, D/P, Money gram, PayPal, Others) MT103 or TT wire transfer