"ZANTE-GMBH" has the ability to deliver a wide range of petroleum and products. Delivery can be on CIF and FOB.
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MAZUT M100 GOST 10585-75/99
Mazut - is a residual product of oil refining. It is mainly used as a boiler fuel for various heating systems, furnaces, steam heating systems, etc. Also, some types of Mazut are used as the main fuel for marine aggregates. All brands of Mazut are produced in accordance with GOST 10585-99, and in turn are divided into types, designated by Roman numerals I-VII. The figures represent the estimated grade of viscosity at a given temperature. GOST standardized on bunker oil viscosity at 50 degrees and 100 meters for Mazut and M40 - at a temperature of 80 degrees. And separately normalized viscosity Mazut 100 at a temperature of 100 degrees. We shall not give the exact figures. It's enough to look at the network of GOST 10585-99.
Mazut has different types of the percentage of sulfur and calorific value. Mazut M-100 form III, figure III shows that sulfur content of no more than 1.5%. The most common brands are Mazut 100 and M40, Fleet F12 and F5. Mazut M 100 is designed for use in heating systems and furnaces, and the Navy - use it as fuel for the engines of different boats.
Furnace Mazut - Mazut is divided into two main brands: mazut M100 and M40. The main difference - the viscosity and the presence of residual oil in the M40 medium distillate fractions (diesel) to be added as an additive lowers the freezing point.
The heating form can be used as boiler fuel for various heat generators as the main source of thermal energy in the heating systems, boilers, etc. Mazut M100, the most used form in such systems is the most popular and popular.
LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS (LNG)
Currently our Refinery mounted gas processing plant equipment for liquefied natural gas to produce in the capacity of 24 000 tons of LNG per day. Installation is based on automatic gas-filling compressor station, whose function power is almost used at 10-15%.
This solution has a number of benefits in terms of reduction of capital investments in equipment, at LNG stations to set up the necessary physical infrastructure, including compressors, drying unit compressed gas, electric power, and also provides fire safety equipment, etc.
The unit cost of production of 1 ton of LNG are as follows:
Amortization - 23%;
electricity - 19%;
Workers salary at the LNG stations - 12%;
Raw materials (natural gas and auxiliary materials) - 17%;
Wage workers in maintenance and management unit for production of LNG - 18%;
Unified social tax - 11%.
At our Refinery, 54% of the cost of producing LNG accounts for depreciation, electricity and workers salary at the various LNG stations serving the compressed air and electric power equipment.
The cost of LNG is highly dependent on the adopted technology integrated natural gas purification and liquefaction applied by The Severny Refinery. Liquefied natural gas is produced at temperatures of -140 ... -160 ° C, and thus to optimize the process has proven analogues of gas liquefaction, storage, transportation and degasification.
LIQUIFIED PETROLEUM GAS (LPG)
LPG is obtained as a by-product of the processing of crude oil or natural gas, and consists mainly of propane and butane, with a bit of propylene and butylene. They belong to the category of hydrocarbons and LPG has three or four carbon atoms, and, in addition to these there is a small amount of hydrocarbons other hydrocarbons, and that are present. This is part of the CIS, which causes a characteristic smell. Ethanethiol WHT is combined to get its characteristic odor, so that leaks can be detected easily. Although these are standard components of liquefied petroleum gas, the proportion of each component is different from season to season. In the summer more than the percentage of butane and propane fraction of propane in the winter than butane.
Due to its composition, which is rich in hydrocarbons, liquefied gas evaporates at normal pressure and temperature, so it preserves under pressure. It can be moved easily and are used in places far from the place of production. The temperature at which liquefied petroleum gas is converted to liquid form is called the vapor pressure. For the thermal expansion, the tanks are not filled to the brim, about 15% to 20% is blank, so that even if the amount of liquid gas increases it does not have a lot of pressure on the cylinder wall.
D2 DIESEL GAS OIL
Diesel - is a liquid product used as a fuel in a diesel engine. Cetane number indicates the ability of the fuel to ignite in the combustion chamber and is equal to the volume of cetane content in the mixture, which in normal conditions ASTM D613 has an equivalent flammability compared to studied fuels. Flashpoint, determined by ASTM D93, diesel fuel should not exceed 70 ° C. Distillation temperature, determined by ASTM D86, diesel fuel should not be below 200 and above 350 ° C. Diesel Gas Oil - is economical and more environmentally friendly than gasoline. Diesel fuel is consumed mostly by trucks and agricultural machinery. Depending on the climatic conditions the composition and properties of diesel fuels are defined and regulated in accordance with GOST standards.
Its sulfur content is in the range of 0.15%, 1.5% to 5-7% (heavy tar oil) which is limit in the marine fuel - to 1%, According to the last regulations in Europe and California, the approved sulfur content in diesel fuel is not more than 0.001% (10 ppm). Lowering the sulfur content of diesel fuel leads to a reduction of its lubricating properties. Diesel fuels with ultra-low sulfur must have additives.
Diesel fuel is the third largest in the structure of Russian exported products.
The system used by our Refinery to produce Bitumen is by Oxidation. It is possible to produce bitumen at a required quality, this is dependent on the choice of raw material for the production of bitumen, optimal chemical composition and the automated process of oxidation of the raw materials. At our Refinery Road bitumen is produced in two types namely viscous and liquid: viscous bitumen 60/90, 90/130,130/200, 200/300 GOST 22245-90 viscous bitumen used as hot asphalt mixes that cannot be stored and used for device coverage immediately after preparation. Bitumen with narrow intervals of penetration (60/70, 70/80, 80/100, 90/100, 115/125, 95/105, etc.) are available upon request. Quality bitumen meets not only the requirements but the requirements of GOST standards.
Liquid bitumen grades 70/130, 130/200 correspond to GOST 11955-82 "liquid bitumen road. It is used to prepare cold asphalt mixes, which can be stored for 8 months in storage and used in road construction in a wide range of temperatures from 5 ° C and above. Construction bitumen 70/30, 90/10, complies with GOST 6617-76. It is used in the roofing business, fluid mechanics, manufacturing of coatings for pipelines, production of roofing material. Produced by oxidation installation. cationic emulsion oil road. Emulsions asphalt - Obtained by dispersing a viscous bitumen in water with an emulsifier, surfactant in a special emulsion plant. They are used as a binder or film-forming material in the construction and repair of roads. Cationic emulsion, issued by companies, based on the adhesive additive BP-3M has the concentration of bitumen 45-50% and 100% adhesion to materials such as basic and acidic rocks. The emulsion can be used at temperatures above plus 1 deg C.
Road bitumen is mostly used for construction and maintenance of road and airfield pavements.
AVIATION KEROSINE JET FUEL JP 54
Aviation Kerosene - A petroleum product obtained by distillation or rectification of crude oil. The use of Aviation kerosene is extensive. It is used as aircraft and rocket fuel, during the firing of glass products, household lighting, and heating devices, as well as a solvent. Being an excellent solvent, it easily gets into hard to reach places in a mechanism and is therefore widely used in the cleaning and repair of various parts. Aviation Kerosene is produced in several kinds: white, air, lighting, rocket fuel. The components in the aviation kerosene are not limited to only fuel but is also a refrigerant and oil lubrication.
The implementation of the sales network of Aviation kerosene is not limited; we have a longstanding relationship with regional customers and consumers in the CIS and Asia. Our delivery locations are constantly expanding.
Field of application of kerosene:
Fuel for aircraft engines in the rocket fuel
Fuel for machine tools during firing of porcelain and glass products
Lighting and heating
Used in welding equipment
Used as a solvent for various paints.
Another important field of application of fuel - as a diluents winter diesel fuel, and as a base fuel for multi-fuel engines.
Our Refinery Produces base oils which are the basis of most commercial lubricants, to ensure their required performance characteristics meet a number of quality requirements. The basis for the commercial production of oil is determined by the functional indices of the oil, and economic performance of its production and use. Petroleum base oils are essential, the most common base oils. At our refinery, we find the need to strengthen certain operating properties of base oils by providing oil composition of additives: detergent-dispersant, anti-oxidant, anti-corrosion. depressants, anti, etc.
The consumption of base oils improves:
Cleanliness and minimum wear of the product lubricated during operation;
To ensure use of the product in a wide range of temperatures;
Prevention of corrosion and contamination of friction surfaces of parts in service;
Removal of heat from friction, removing of friction products friction and wear.
Base oils are classified by:
Physical and chemical properties (viscosity, sometimes pour point);
On raw nature that determines their chemical structure (oil paraffinic and naphthenic base);
The method of production - base oils are divided into a distillate (produced from vacuum distillates), residual (produced by the distillation of residue oil - tar) and compounded (a mixture of distillate and residual).
The oil is purified by sulfuric acid, adsorption, selective (solvent extraction) and hydro catalytic cleaning. The most common solvent refined oils.
The basis of classification of base oils in most specifications is their strength. The marking of base oils other than the viscosity is that we can indicate their raw nature (paraffinic, naphthenic), the method of production (selective cleaning, hydrogenated). Modern base oils have different good color, high flash point and low volatility respectively, high viscosity index, good acceleration to the additives and storage stability.
UREA N46 PRILLED/GRANULAR
Urea a by-product obtained in the process of petroleum and petrochemical refining from OUR REFINERY, is a highly reactive compound, forms complexes with many compounds, such as hydrogen peroxide, which is used as a convenient and safe form of "dry" hydrogen peroxide. The ability of urea to form inclusion complexes with alkanes used for dewaxing oil. When heated to 150-160 ° C urea decomposes to biuret Ana, ammonia, carbon dioxide, and other products. In aqueous solution, is hydrolyzed to CO2 and NH3, which leads to its use as a fertilizer. In the alkylation formed by reaction with alcohols - urethanes, the acylation - ureides (N-ectylureas). The latter reaction is widely used in the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds, such as pyrimidines. Urea is easily condensed with formaldehyde.
The chemical properties of urea cause its wide application in the chemical industry for the synthesis of urea-aldehyde which are widely used as adhesives in the production of wood boards (MDF) in the furniture industry. Urea derivatives - effective herbicides. Part of the urea produced is used to produce melamine. A much smaller proportion is used for the needs of the pharmaceutical industry. As a mineral fertilizer, which is used in all types of soils? It is produced in that capacity in the resistance to caking granular form. Compared with other nitrogen fertilizers Urea contains the highest amount of nitrogen (46.2%), which mainly determine the economic feasibility of its use as a fertilizer for many crops on all soils.
Interesting areas of application of urea associated with using it to clean up emissions from power plants and incinerators, whereas reducing nitrogen oxides used thermal decomposition products of urea. Urea can be used both in solid form and in aqueous solution. Another promising application is the production of urea product Ad Blue - 32,5%-of urea solution used to treat diesel exhaust.