PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Fuel Oil is a fraction obtained from petroleum distillation, either as a distillate or a residue. Broadly speaking, Oil is any liquid petroleum product, which 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). Oil is made of long hydrocarbon chains, particularly alkanes, cycloalkanes 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, heavier than gasoline and naphtha.
APPLICATIONS:
Fuel oils are used as fuel for power generation, marine bunkers and large industrial heating plants.
Packing: Drum, Flexi & Bulk

SPECIFICATIONS FOR FUEL OIL CST 280

280 CST FULE OIL GUARANTED SPECIFICATION

Test

Unit

Specification

Test Method

Density@ 15 °C

Kg / m³

Max 970

D_1298

Kinematic viscosity@50 °C

CST

MAX 280

D_445

Vico.Redwoodl@ 37.7 °C

SEC

MAX 2500

Calculated

Pour point

°C

Max 24

D_97

Flash points

°C

Min 65

D_93

Carbon residue (cornradson)

Wt%

Max 15

D_189

Sulphur total

Wt %

Max 3.5

D‐ 1552

ASH

Wt%

Max 0.05

D_482

Water and sediment

Vol %

Max 0.5

D1796

Calorific value (higher)

MJ/KG

Min 41.8

Calculated

SPECIFICATIONS FOR FUEL OIL CST 380

280 CST FULE OIL GUARANTED SPECIFICATION

Test

Unit

Specification

Test Method

Density@ 15 °C

Kg / m³

Max 990

D_1298

Kinematic viscosity@50 °C

CST

MAX 380

D_445

Vico.Redwoodl@ 37.7 °C

°C

Max32

D_97

Pour point

°C

Max32

D_97

Flash points

°C

Min65

D_93

Carbon residue (cornradson)

Wt%

Max15

D_189

Sulphur total

Wt %

Max 3.5

D‐ 1552

ASH

Wt%

Max 0.15

D_482

Water and sediment

Vol %

Max1.0

D1796

Calorific value (higher)

MJ/KG

Min 41.7

Calculated