Monday, March 1, 2010

Kerosene and Uses.

Use of kerosene for lighting in the developed countries increasingly reduced, now kerosene used for heating. The most important usage of kerosene, among others:

Oil Lamps.
Kerosene as lamp oil is produced by direct distillation, the properties that must be considered when kerosene is used as lamp oil is:

Color
Kerosene divided in different color classes:
* Water spirit (no color)
* Prime spirit
* Standard spirit

In India, users in rural areas do not want to buy kerosene and white because I thought it was water and thought only of yellow or brown that can burn it properly.

Fuel properties.
Kerosene flame depends on the chemical composition of petroleum:
* If it contains many aromatic fire can not be raised because the fire started berarang.
* Alkane-alkane has a flame the very best.
* The nature of fuel napthen located between aromatic and alkane.

Viscosity
Oil in kerosene lamp wick flow due to capillary forces in narrow channels between the fibers axis. Kerosene flow depends on the viscosity of the liquid that is if the oil is thick and light high-rise has a large, the flame will remain low and the axis of the charcoal (burnt) because of lack of oil.

Sulfur levels
Just as levels of sulfur in gasoline.

Fuel for heating and cooking
Various kinds of kerosene burner:
* Tool burner with flat axis: It smells bad.
* Tool-burner with a wick round: have a centralized air filling.
* Tool burner with pengabutan press: primus trademark

Motor fuel
Motors which use kerosene as a fuel is:
* Agricultural equipment (tractors).
* Ship fishery.
* A small electric light aircraft.

This motor has a carburetor but also has a vaporizer for kerosene. This motor starts running with gasoline and kerosene that continued with the vaporizer hot enough. This motor will work well if the aromatic content in gasoline higher.

Solvent for bituminous
Kerosene type of white spirit is often used as a solvent for bituminous asphalt.

Solvent for the insecticide
Insect powder made from flowers Chrysant (Pyerlhrum cinerarieotollum) which has been dried and crushed, as the solvent used kerosene. For this purpose kerosene must have a bad odor or an inhaler that usually contain fragrances.

Use of kerosene for lighting in the developed countries increasingly reduced, now kerosene used for heating. The most important usage of kerosene, among others:

Oil Lamps.
Kerosene as lamp oil is produced by direct distillation, the properties that must be considered when kerosene is used as lamp oil is:

Color
Kerosene divided in different color classes:
* Water spirit (no color)
* Prime spirit
* Standard spirit

In India, users in rural areas do not want to buy kerosene and white because I thought it was water and thought only of yellow or brown that can burn it properly.

Fuel properties.
Kerosene flame depends on the chemical composition of petroleum:
* If it contains many aromatic fire can not be raised because the fire started berarang.
* Alkane-alkane has a flame the very best.
* The nature of fuel napthen located between aromatic and alkane.

Viscosity
Oil in kerosene lamp wick flow due to capillary forces in narrow channels between the fibers axis. Kerosene flow depends on the viscosity of the liquid that is if the oil is thick and light high-rise has a large, the flame will remain low and the axis of the charcoal (burnt) because of lack of oil.

Sulfur levels
Just as levels of sulfur in gasoline.

Fuel for heating and cooking
Various kinds of kerosene burner:
* Tool burner with flat axis: It smells bad.
* Tool-burner with a wick round: have a centralized air filling.
* Tool burner with pengabutan press: primus trademark

Motor fuel
Motors which use kerosene as a fuel is:
* Agricultural equipment (tractors).
* Ship fishery.
* A small electric light aircraft.

This motor has a carburetor but also has a vaporizer for kerosene. This motor starts running with gasoline and kerosene that continued with the vaporizer hot enough. This motor will work well if the aromatic content in gasoline higher.

Solvent for bituminous
Kerosene type of white spirit is often used as a solvent for bituminous asphalt.

Solvent for the insecticide
Insect powder made from flowers Chrysant (Pyerlhrum cinerarieotollum) which has been dried and crushed, as the solvent used kerosene. For this purpose kerosene must have a bad odor or an inhaler that usually contain fragrances.

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