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Which products does MAES offer?

Take a look at our offer page to see which products MAES can deliver for you!

I am looking for a specific product, how do I proceed?

You can find an overview on our offer page, to refuel you can easily visit our stationfinder and select the desired product via the filter.

What is the difference between regular diesel and Supremium Diesel?

Supremium Diesel from MAES has an extra additive package, developed in collaboration with Wynn’s. These additives provide even more cleaning power. The cleaner the engine, the cleaner the combustion, the result: more power and less emission.

What is the difference between Euro Super 95 & Super 98

Which octane rating is suitable for your car’s engine depends on the octane rating specified by the manufacturer. Nowadays almost all petrol cars are equipped with an engine management system, which checks during combustion whether petrol with RON 95 (regular Euro 95) or RON 98 (Shell V-Power Petrol) has been refueled. The engine makes optimal use of the available octane number and Shell V-Power Petrol delivers better performance. If your car is suitable for Euro 95, you can always refuel Shell V-Power Petrol.

I am looking for gas cylinders for BBQ, can I go to MAES?

You can go to MAES at the head office for all kinds of gas. Please contact us via email, contact form or call 03 889 89 89.

What exactly is E5, E10 or B7?

From 12 October 2018, all service stations in the EU will have to put new fuel labels on their pumps. These labels are the same across Europe and should make it easier to know what to fill up. In addition to the labels on the pumps, these also appear on the new vehicles (in the maintenance booklet and in the fuel filler flap) to show which fuel to use to avoid problems.

  • Petrol types: The petrol types have a round shape with the letter “E” followed by a number. The number after the “E” represents the maximum percentage of biocomponents that may be incorporated. These biocomponents are added to reduce CO2 emissions. For example, Euro 95 will be designated E10 and Super 98 will become E5.
  • Diesel types: The diesel types get a square shape with the letter B, which does not stand for Petrol, so do not get caught here. But represents the maximum percentage of specific biodiesel components that may be incorporated. The XTL indicates that the fuel is synthetic and is not made from crude oil.
  • Gaseous fuels: For gaseous fuels, the label is diamond-shaped.

To avoid confusion, the old product names on the pumps are not going to disappear immediately.