Kerosene-type jet fuel

Kerosene-type jet fuel
  A kerosene-based product having a maximum distillation temperature of 400 degrees Fahrenheit at the 10-percent recovery point and a final maximum boiling point of 572 degrees Fahrenheit and meeting ASTM Specification D 1655and Military Specifications MIL-T-5624P and MIL-T-83133D (Grades JP-5and JP-8). It is used for commercial and military turbo jet and turbo prop aircraft engines.
  Commercial: Kerosene-type jet fuel intended for use in commercial aircraft.
  Military: Kerosene-type jet fuel intended for use in military aircraft.
  U.S. Dept. of Energy, Energy Information Administration's Energy Glossary

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