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Furnace Oil CST 380

Furnace Oil CST 380

51.50 INR/Kilograms

Product Details:

  • Use Furnace
  • Chemical Composition FO
  • Application Burner/Furnace
  • Color Black
  • Weight 1 Kilograms (kg)
  • Density 0.954 Kilogram per litre (kg/L)
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Furnace Oil CST 380 Price And Quantity

  • 1000 Kilograms
  • 51.50 INR/Kilograms

Furnace Oil CST 380 Product Specifications

  • Barrel Tanker
  • 0.954 Kilogram per litre (kg/L)
  • 1 Kilograms (kg)
  • FO
  • Oil
  • Burner/Furnace
  • FO
  • Black
  • Furnace

Furnace Oil CST 380 Trade Information

  • Cash on Delivery (COD) Cash Advance (CA) Cash in Advance (CID) Cheque
  • 10000 Kilograms Per Week
  • 3 Days
  • Barrel Tanker
  • All India
  • None

Product Description

Shaikh Petroleum supplier of  Furnace Oil, Furnace oil also known as fuel oil, is a dark, viscous petroleum product that is commonly used as a fuel in various industrial applications. Here are some key points about furnace oil:

  1. Source and Composition: Furnace oil is derived from crude oil through a refining process. Its composition includes hydrocarbons with higher boiling points, and it is typically heavier and thicker than diesel fuel. The specific composition can vary depending on the source and the refining process.

  2. Viscosity: Furnace oil has a higher viscosity compared to lighter fuels like diesel. The higher viscosity makes it suitable for use in industrial burners and furnaces.

  3. Use as Fuel: Furnace oil is primarily used as a fuel in industrial settings, such as power plants, factories, and heating systems. It is commonly used in boilers and furnaces for generating heat and steam.

  4. Types of Furnace Oil: There are different grades or types of furnace oil, and they are often classified based on their viscosity and flash point. Common types include Furnace Oil 180 (FO 180) and Furnace Oil 380 (FO 380), indicating the kinematic viscosity at 50 degrees Celsius.

  5. Residual Fuel Oil: Furnace oil is classified as a residual fuel oil, meaning it is derived from the heavier components of crude oil that remain after the distillation process.

  6. Energy Content: Furnace oil has a high energy content, which makes it suitable for applications where a significant amount of heat is required.

  7. Combustion Characteristics: When burned in industrial burners or furnaces, furnace oil produces a steady and controlled flame. It is often used in applications where a consistent and reliable heat source is needed.

  8. Storage and Handling: Due to its high viscosity, furnace oil may need to be preheated before it can be efficiently pumped and burned. Storage and handling facilities need to be designed to accommodate the specific characteristics of furnace oil.

  9. Environmental Considerations: Combustion of furnace oil can release pollutants, including sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), and particulate matter. Regulatory requirements and emission controls may apply to the use of furnace oil to mitigate environmental impacts.

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