Furnace Oil


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Furnace Oil 380

Price : 41.00 / kgs

MOQ : 1000 Kilogram

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Business Type Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Distributor
Country of Origin India
Type Refined
Application Furnace
Pressure Medium
Structure Organic
Warranty Not Applicable
Fuel CST 180
After-Sales Service Provided Yes
Output 10400 Cvs
Form Liquid
Purity 100%
Shelf Life 1 Year
Storage Cool & Dry Place
Product Code SP-07
Port Ankleshwar
Payment Terms L/C, D/A
Delivery Time 24 Hour Or As Per Location And Distance
Packaging Details Barrel And Tanker Load Only.

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Location All Countries Except India

Furnace Oil is a fraction obtained from petroleum distillation, either as a distillate or a residue. Broadly speaking fuel oil is any liquid petroleum product that is burned in a furnace or boiler for the generation of heat or used in an engine for the generation of power, except oils having a flash point of approximately 40 °C (104 °F) and oils burned in cotton or wool-wick burners. In this sense, diesel is a type of fuel oil. Fuel oil is made of long hydrocarbon chains, particularly alkaline, cyclo-alkaline and aromatics. The term fuel oil is also used in a stricter sense to refer only to the heaviest commercial fuel that can be obtained from crude oil i.e. heavier than gasoline and naphtha.

Furnace Oil is a residual fuel (motor spirit / gasoline, high speed diesel and kerosene are distillate fuels). It is a dark, viscous liquid at room temperature. It is a complex mix of hydrocarbons with carbon atoms ranging mainly from 20 to 55. It is produced by blending residues from various refinery processing units and diluting with middle distillates.

Specification
Furnace oil in the current marketing range meets Bureau of Indian Standards Specification IS : 1593 – 1982 for fuel oils, grade MV2.

Viscosity
Viscosity is the most important characteristic in the furnace oil specification. It influences the degree of pre-heat required for handling, storage and satisfactory atomization. If the oil is too viscous it may become difficult to pump, burner may be hard to light and operation may be erratic. Poor atomization may result in the carbon deposits on the burner tips or on the walls. The upper viscosity limit for furnace oil is such that it can be handled without heating in the storage tank is excepting under server cold conditions. Pre-heating is necessary for proper atomization.

Safety Information
Reactivity Data – Chemically stable and incompatible with strong oxidizers. Does not React vigorously with common materials but can react with oxidizing agents Health Hazard Data – Routes of entry may be through inhalation/ ingestion/ skin/ eye.

Effects of Exposure / Symptoms
Ingestion – may cause spontaneous vomiting, irritation of mouth throat and gastro intestinal tract.

On prolonged exposure it makes skin dry, erythema oil acne, development of warty growths which may lead to skin cancer, skin cracking and contact dermitites. As it is handled at a high temperature, skin contact could produce burns.

On exposure to eye it may cause light to moderate irritation. Ingested – do not induce vomiting as it may lead to chemical pneumonitis. Remove contaminated clothing immediately and wash affected area with water and soap. If eyes are affected, irrigate liberally with copious amounts of water and seek medical advice.


Specification

Parameter / Characterstics Test Method Specifiction Limit & Unit Test Results
Density @ 15 C P 32 kg/m3 979
Flash Point P 21 Min. 66 CEL 79
Kinematic Viscocity @ 50 C P 25 Max. 380.0 cSt 214
Water Content P 40 Max. 1.00% (V) 0.3
Sulpher Total IP 336 Max. 4.00 mass% 2.42
Gross Calorific Value P 7 kcl/kg 10152
Pour P 10 Max. 30 CEL 30

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Furnace Oil CST 180

Price : 43.00 / kg

MOQ : 1000 Kilogram

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Business Type Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier, Retailer, Wholesaler, Distributor
Country of Origin India
Type Refined
Brand Name Import
Style Liquid
Application Furnace
Pressure Medium, As Per Boiler
Structure Organic
Warranty Not Applicable
Fuel Cst 380
After-Sales Service Provided Yes
Output 10000 Cvs
Purity 100%
Storage Cool & Dry Place
Shelf Life 1 Year
Product Code SP-06
Port Ankleshwar
Payment Terms L/C, D/A
Delivery Time 24 Hour Or As Per Location And Distance
Packaging Details Barrel And Tanker Load.

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Preferred Buyer From

Location All Countries Except India

Furnace Oil is a fraction obtained from petroleum distillation, either as a distillate or a residue. Broadly speaking fuel oil is any liquid petroleum product that is burned in a furnace or boiler for the generation of heat or used in an engine for the generation of power, except oils having a flash point of approximately 40 °C (104 °F) and oils burned in cotton or wool-wick burners. In this sense, diesel is a type of fuel oil. Fuel oil is made of long hydrocarbon chains, particularly alkaline, cyclo-alkaline and aromatics. The term fuel oil is also used in a stricter sense to refer only to the heaviest commercial fuel that can be obtained from crude oil i.e. heavier than gasoline and naphtha.

Furnace Oil is a residual fuel (motor spirit / gasoline, high speed diesel and kerosene are distillate fuels). It is a dark, viscous liquid at room temperature. It is a complex mix of hydrocarbons with carbon atoms ranging mainly from 20 to 55. It is produced by blending residues from various refinery processing units and diluting with middle distillates.

Specification
Furnace oil in the current marketing range meets Bureau of Indian Standards Specification IS : 1593 – 1982 for fuel oils, grade MV2.

Viscosity
Viscosity is the most important characteristic in the furnace oil specification. It influences the degree of pre-heat required for handling, storage and satisfactory atomization. If the oil is too viscous it may become difficult to pump, burner may be hard to light and operation may be erratic. Poor atomization may result in the carbon deposits on the burner tips or on the walls. The upper viscosity limit for furnace oil is such that it can be handled without heating in the storage tank is excepting under server cold conditions. Pre-heating is necessary for proper atomization.

Safety Information
Reactivity Data – Chemically stable and incompatible with strong oxidizers. Does not React vigorously with common materials but can react with oxidizing agents Health Hazard Data – Routes of entry may be through inhalation/ ingestion/ skin/ eye.

Effects of Exposure / Symptoms
Ingestion – may cause spontaneous vomiting, irritation of mouth throat and gastro intestinal tract.

On prolonged exposure it makes skin dry, erythema oil acne, development of warty growths which may lead to skin cancer, skin cracking and contact dermitites. As it is handled at a high temperature, skin contact could produce burns.

On exposure to eye it may cause light to moderate irritation. Ingested – do not induce vomiting as it may lead to chemical pneumonitis. Remove contaminated clothing immediately and wash affected area with water and soap. If eyes are affected, irrigate liberally with copious amounts of water and seek medical advice.


Specification

Parameter / Characterstics Test Method Specifiction Limit & Unit Test Results
Density @ 15 C P 32 kg/m3 979
Flash Point P 21 Min. 66 CEL 79
Kinematic Viscocity @ 50 C P 25 Max. 380.0 cSt 214
Water Content P 40 Max. 1.00% (V) 0.3
Sulpher Total IP 336 Max. 4.00 mass% 2.42
Gross Calorific Value P 7 kcl/kg 10152
Pour P 10 Max. 30 CEL 30

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