Monday, March 1, 2010

Oil Gas and Fuel Oil.

Gas oil
Gas oil was originally used as lighting in the train, but now some have been replaced by electricity because it is easy to use and less danger of fire if there is a train wreck.

Gas oil is also used as:
* The fuel for diesel motors.
* The planes automatic central heating with a fuel oil for household use, usually a gas oil with no residual parts. As with gasoline to increase octane number of gasoline will be added:
* Compound which contains a lot of acid, such as amilnitrit and etilnitrit. To get real results will be a big percentage of about 5% so that the use of these compounds to be expensive.
* Compounds that use less peroxide (peroxyden) and various organic compounds, used to increase 0.5% 14 or 15 point octane numbers.

Fuel oil
Although any oil that can burn fuel oil called but the name is usually only used for the residual fuel and distillate fuel. Residual fuel is usually obtained by thicken merengkah oil or gas oil and kerosene residue.

Used as fuel:
* Types of diesel motors.
* Oil burners lit to cook in the oven used for:
* Producing steam
* The work of hot metal
* Spending the industry
* Burn the stone, emaile, and so on.

The properties that must exist in the fuel oil are:
* Having a certain viscosity limits. Viscosity of fuel oil is located between the gas oil viscosity of about 4 cs = 1.30 E at 50 ° C and approximately 550/650 cs = 75/850E at 50 ° C. More fuel is required for aircraft dilute smaller fuel, for example for automatic central heating equipment in the house.
* The number of heat provided. Heat oil burning limit of about 14,000 and 14,550 cal / g.

Sulfur levels
More important than the diesel oil fuel oil because the oil sulfur disesi can cause damage to the cylinder and discard the system kerosi.

Freezing
* Has a certain maximum freezing.
* Usually the freezing point depends on the treatment done prior to the material. For example fuel partly made up of residues after cracking that has heated to the boiling point of 1400C-214C, but when left for a long time freezing to 1500C.

Gas oil
Gas oil was originally used as lighting in the train, but now some have been replaced by electricity because it is easy to use and less danger of fire if there is a train wreck.

Gas oil is also used as:
* The fuel for diesel motors.
* The planes automatic central heating with a fuel oil for household use, usually a gas oil with no residual parts. As with gasoline to increase octane number of gasoline will be added:
* Compound which contains a lot of acid, such as amilnitrit and etilnitrit. To get real results will be a big percentage of about 5% so that the use of these compounds to be expensive.
* Compounds that use less peroxide (peroxyden) and various organic compounds, used to increase 0.5% 14 or 15 point octane numbers.

Fuel oil
Although any oil that can burn fuel oil called but the name is usually only used for the residual fuel and distillate fuel. Residual fuel is usually obtained by thicken merengkah oil or gas oil and kerosene residue.

Used as fuel:
* Types of diesel motors.
* Oil burners lit to cook in the oven used for:
* Producing steam
* The work of hot metal
* Spending the industry
* Burn the stone, emaile, and so on.

The properties that must exist in the fuel oil are:
* Having a certain viscosity limits. Viscosity of fuel oil is located between the gas oil viscosity of about 4 cs = 1.30 E at 50 ° C and approximately 550/650 cs = 75/850E at 50 ° C. More fuel is required for aircraft dilute smaller fuel, for example for automatic central heating equipment in the house.
* The number of heat provided. Heat oil burning limit of about 14,000 and 14,550 cal / g.

Sulfur levels
More important than the diesel oil fuel oil because the oil sulfur disesi can cause damage to the cylinder and discard the system kerosi.

Freezing
* Has a certain maximum freezing.
* Usually the freezing point depends on the treatment done prior to the material. For example fuel partly made up of residues after cracking that has heated to the boiling point of 1400C-214C, but when left for a long time freezing to 1500C.

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