Research Octane Number (RON) and Motor Octane Number (MON)

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    • #486
      Nasir Hussain
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      What are RON and MON? and what is the difference between them?

    • #784
      Usman Rasheed
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      RON is a research Octane number, it is measured in a standard engine in Laboratory, at 600 RPM at a lower temperature.
      MON is Motor octane number, which is measured at higher intake temperatures (preheated fuel) and higher engine speed (900 RPM). Its purpose is to measure the octane number near the actual condition at the high speed of the car engine.

    • #786
      Nasir Hussain
      Keymaster

      You can get more information about RON and MON on the blog

      Octane Rating of Gasoline Fuel

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