The Broquet Story

Research that finally led to the Broquet Fuel Catalyst started in 1941. At that time, Henry Broquet, an RAF engine specialist was posted to Northern Russia as part of 151 Wing. They were responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Hurricane fighers that were sent with them by Arctic convoy. In order to operate at maximum performance, the Hurricane’s engine required higher octane fuel than was available at the time in Russia. Therefore, a specialist team was quickly assembled to investigate and resolve the fuel problem.

Today, Broquet stands as the respected name in the field of catalytic combustion efficiency – and in addition to the guaranteed performance of the product – it is the Broquet pedigree that sets it apart.