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Fuel&Feed

Chemicals

Aromatic

Polymeres

Fuel & Feed

1- BUTANE

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  • Specifications

Product Description

Butane is an organic compound with the formula C4H10. Butane is a gas at room temperature and atmospheric pressure. Butanes are highly flammable, colorless, easily liquefied gases.

Product Application

Normal butane can be used for gasoline blending, as a fuel gas, either alone or in a mixture with propane, and as a feedstock for the manufacture of ethylene and butadiene, a key ingredient of synthetic rubber. Isobutene is primarily used by refineries to enhance (increase) the octane number of motor gasoline. When blended with propane and other hydrocarbons, it may be referred to commercially as LPG, for liquefied petroleum gas. It is used as a petrol component, as a feedstock for the production of base petrochemicals in steam cracking, as fuel for cigarette lighters and as a propellant in aerosol sprays such as deodorants.

Typical Test
UnitSpecificationTest Method
ETHANEmol%0.08 maxG.C
PROPANEmol%2 maxG.C
TOTAL C4mol%97.5 minG.C
TOTAL C5mol%0.82 maxG.C
Sp. Gr. @ (60 ℉ /60 ℉)₋₋₋TO BE REPORTEDASTM D-2598
COPPER CORROSION₋₋₋NO.1a maxASTM D-1838
TOTAL SULFIDEppm wt, max1ASTM D 5453
Total Chlorides (as Cl)ppm wt, max1ASTM D 4929
C8 (EB +Xylenes)wt.ppm30 maxBASED ON ASTM D-3246
HYDROGEN SULFIDEvol.ppmNilASTM D-2420/ darager
VAPOR PRESSURE @ (100 ℉)psig70 maxASTM D-2598
WATER CONTENTvol.ppm10 maxSHAW DEW POINT
RESIDUE ON EVAPORATIONvol%0.05 maxASTM D-2158

2- PROPANE

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  • Specifications

Product Application

Propane is most commonly used for space and water heating, for cooking, and as fuel for engine applications such as forklifts; however, its applications are rapidly growing due to new technology developments. When used as vehicle fuel, propane is known as propane autogas.

Product Application

Normal butane can be used for gasoline blending, as a fuel gas, either alone or in a mixture with propane, and as a feedstock for the manufacture of ethylene and butadiene, a key ingredient of synthetic rubber. Isobutene is primarily used by refineries to enhance (increase) the octane number of motor gasoline. When blended with propane and other hydrocarbons, it may be referred to commercially as LPG, for liquefied petroleum gas. It is used as a petrol component, as a feedstock for the production of base petrochemicals in steam cracking, as fuel for cigarette lighters and as a propellant in aerosol sprays such as deodorants.

Typical Test
UnitSpecificationTest Method
ETHANEmol%0.4 maxG.C
PROPANEmol%98 minG.C
BUTANEmol%1.4 maxG.C
PENTANES & HEAVIERmol%0.01 maxG.C
COPPER CORROSION₋₋₋NO.1a maxASTM D-1838
HYDROGEN SULFIDEvol.ppm5 maxASTM D-2420/ darager
Sp. Gr. @ (60 ℉ /60 ℉)₋₋₋TO BE REPORTEDASTM D-2598
SULFUR (VOLATILE)wt.ppm30 maxASTM D-3246
VAPOR PRESSURE @ (100 ℉)psig200 maxASTM D-2598
WATER CONTENT---passASTM D-2713

3- DGP

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  • Specifications

Product Description

pyrolysis gasoline is a by-product of ethylene production. It is produced in the pyrolysis (high-temperature) furnaces in steam-cracker operations. Pyrolysis gasoline contains a mixture of hydrocarbon compounds in the C5–C12 boiling range. The primary constituent is benzene, which can range from 25–45% of the stream mass

Product Application

Pyrolysis gasoline has been historically used as an octane booster for motor fuels and in petrochemical production.

Property
UnitTest MethodValue
Density @ (15.6 ℃)gr/cm3ASTM D-4052To Be Reported
Lead ContentWt.ppbASTM D-355910 max
Copper Corrosion--ASTM D-130No.1a
Total SulphurWt.ppmASTM D-3120170 max
AromaticsWt %G.C39 min
ParaffinsWt %G.C--
OlefinsWt %G.C--
NaphthenesWt %G.C--
R.V.PPSI/PSIAASTM D-32310 max
Color Saybolt--ASTM D-15612 min
Doctor Test--ASTM D-4952Positive
5% Vol. RecoveryASTM D-8635 min
95% Vol. RecoveryASTM D-86195 max

4- MTBE

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Product Description

MTBE(methyl tertiary-butyl ether) is a chemical compound that is manufactured by the chemical reaction of methanol and isobutylene. MTBE is produced in very large quantities (over 200,000 barrels per day in the U.S. in 1999) and is almost exclusively used as a fuel additive in motor gasoline. It is one of a group of chemicals commonly known as "oxygenates" because they raise the oxygen content of gasoline. At room temperature, MTBE is a volatile, flammable and colorless liquid that dissolves rather easily in water.

Product Application

Over 90% of methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE) production is used in gasoline as an octane booster and oxygenate. With its high octane number, it is suitable where higher octane gasoline grades are sold. It has been favoured over ethanol because of its transportability, superior performance in reducing benzene and formaldehyde in gasoline, and its lower volatile organic compound content.

Property
Test MethodValueUnit
M.T.B.EASTM D-5441 (UOP -900)98 minwt.%
C4ASTM D-5441 (UOP -900)0.5 maxwt.%
C5+ASTM D-5441 (UOP -900)1 maxwt.%
MEOHASTM D-5441 (UOP -900)0.7 maxwt.%
TBAASTM D-5441 (UOP -900)0.6 maxwt.%
WATERASTM D-1364500 maxppm(wt)

5- RAFFINATE

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Product Description

Raffinate 1 (petroleum gas, butane-butene raffinate) is the remain of C4-fraction after the extraction of 1,3-butadiene. Raffinate 1 is the hydrocarbon (butane-butene) gas mixture. It is extremely flammable, colorless gas, with slight aromatic odor.

Product Application

Raffinate 1 is used as a raw material for isobutene production. Isobutene with methanol is used in MTBE production (methyl tertiary buthyl ether

Typical Test
UnitSpecificationTest Method
RVPpsiaMax 11ASTM D-323
IBP°CMin 30ASTM D-86
FBP°CMax 130ASTM D-86
PARAFFINICwt%Min 70
OLEFINICwt%Max 14
DENSITY@ 15.6 °Ckg/m3650-740ASTM D-4052
TOTAL SULFURppmMax 1.5ASTM D-4045
COLOR SAYBOLTMin +18ASTM D-156
LEADppbMax 5GFAAS

6- REFORMATE

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  • Specifications

Product Description

reformate is the main source of aromatic bulk chemicals such as benzene, toluene, xylene and ethylbenzene which have diverse uses, most importantly as raw materials for conversion into plastics.

Product Application

For use as a component in gasoline. Feedstock in chemical industry. Refinery Feedstock.

Typical Test
UnitSpecificationTest Method
RVPpsiaMax 11ASTM D-323
AROMATICwt%Min 70GC
BENZENEwt%)Max 1GC
DENSITY@ 15.6 °Ckg/m3740-840ASTM D-4052
TOTAL SULFURppmMax 2ASTM D-4045
RONMin 95ASTM D-2699

7- ETHYLENE

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Product Description

Ethylene is a hydrocarbon which has the formula C2H4. Ethylene is widely used in the chemical industry, and its worldwide production. It is a colorless flammable gas with a faint "sweet and musky" odour when pure. It is the simplest alkene (a hydrocarbon with carbon-carbon double bonds).

Product Application

Ethylene is the raw material used in the manufacture of polymers such as polyethylene (PE), polyethylene terephthalate (PET), polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and polystyrene (PS) as well as fibres and other organic chemicals. These products are used in a wide variety of industrial and consumer markets such as the packaging, transportation, electrical/electronic, textile and construction industries as well as consumer chemicals, coatings and adhesives.

Physical Properties
UnitTest MethodValueValueValue
Ethylen Puritymol %≥ 99.9≥ 99.9≥ 99.95
Hydrogenppm volASTM D2504≤ 10≤ 5≤ 5
Carbon Monoxideppm volASTM D2504≤ 2≤ 2≤ 0.1
Carbon Dioxideppm volASTM D2505≤ 5≤ 5≤ 0.1
Total Sulfurppm volASTM D6667≤ 2≤ 2≤ 1
Methane + Ethaneppm volASTM D2505≤ 1000≤ 500≤ 500
Acetyleneppm volASTM D2505≤ 5≤ 5≤ 1
Total C3 & higherppm volASTM D2505≤ 10≤ 10≤ 10
Total Combined
Nitrogen calculated as NH3ppm volASTM D4629≤ 1≤ 1≤ 0.2
Waterppm volASTM D5454≤ 10≤ 5≤ 0.1
Oxygenppm volEquipment Manufacturing≤ 5≤ 5≤ 0.5
Methanol & other Solventppm volASTM D4815≤ 10≤ 5≤ 0.5

8- Gasoil

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Product Description

Naphtha refers to a range of volatile and flammable liquids produced by the distillation of petroleum. The liquids, which differ slightly in their chemical structures and boiling points, have various applications in the refining process – the main one as a feedstock for gasoline and the manufacture of olefins by the petrochemical industry.

Product Application

fuels, feedstock for olefins plants.

Typical Test
UnitSpecificationTest Method
IBP°C165-179ASTM D-86
10%°C177-186ASTM D-86
30%°C182-194ASTM D-86
50%°C190-205ASTM D-86
90%°C250-280ASTM D-86
FBP°C297-330ASTM D-86
Total Sulfurppm1800 Max.ASTM D-3120
colorASTM color2 MaxASTM D-1500
Flash pointCentigrade55 Min.ASTM D-93
Density at 15 °Cg/ml0.78-0.84ASTM D-4052

9- Crude Oil Basra

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Product Description

To be added soon.

Product Application

To be added soon.

To be added soon.

Chemicals

1- CAUSTIC SODA

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Product Description

Caustic soda, or sodium hydroxide (NaOH), is used as a strong base in the manufacture of products that form a daily part of our lives, including pulp and paper, detergents, foodstuffs, textiles and more.

Product Application

  • Pulp and paper – The largest application for caustic soda worldwide. Uses include in pulping and bleaching processes, the de-inking of waste paper and water treatment.
  • Textiles – Used to process cotton and dye synthetic fibers, such as nylon and polyester.
  • Soap and detergents – Used in saponification, the chemical process that converts fat, tallow and vegetable oils into soap. It also is used to manufacture anionic surfactants, a crucial component in most detergents and cleaning products.
  • Bleach manufacturing – Used to make bleach, which has industrial and consumer applications such as mold and mildew control around the home.
  • Petroleum products – Used to explore, produce and process petroleum and natural gas.
  • Aluminum production – Used to dissolve bauxite ore, the raw material for aluminum production.
  • Chemical processing – Used as a basic feedstock for a wide range of downstream products, including solvents, plastics, fabrics, adhesives, coatings, herbicides, dyes, inks, pharmaceuticals and more.

PropertiesUnitsTest MethodValue
PurityWt%ASTM D-387548.5 min
Na2CO3Wt%ASTM D-38750.4 max
NaCLWt.ppmSpectrophotomerty( DENORA )15 max
Na2SO4Wt.ppmASTM D-516/
D-4130
15 max
AL2O3Wt.ppmStandard Method10 max
Total Fe (AS Fe2O3)Wt.ppmASTM D-27906 max
SiO2Wt.ppmASTM D-859-885 max
Total Ca (As CaO)Wt.ppmASTM D-51110 max
HgWt.ppmMercury Analysis0.5 max
Sp.Gr.@(15.6℃)--ASTM D-38751.515 min
Appearance--VisualClear
Na CLO3Wt.ppmVogel Analysis120 max

2- EDC

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Product Description

Ethylene dichloride (EDC) is used primarily for the production of vinylchloride monomer (VCM) , which is itself used mainly in the polymerization manufacture of polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Product Application

In addition to PVC production, EDC is also used as an intermediate in the manufacture of chlorinated solvents and as a solvent in the textile, metal cleaning, and adhesive industries.

PropertiesUnitsTest MethodValue
PurityWt%G.C99.97 min
Density @ (15.6℃)gr/cm3ASTM D-4052To Be Reported
Lo-BoilWt.ppmG.C170 max
Hi-BoilWt.ppmG.C130 max
Acidity (As HCL )Wt.ppmT.S.K JAPAN*1 max
IronWt.ppmASTM D-27900.2 max
Water ContentWt.ppmASTM D-174450 max
Free ChlorineWt.ppmT.S.K JAPAN*Nil
Color , pt-Co Scale--ASTM D-1209No.5 max

3- VCM

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Product Description

Vinyl chloride is a chemical intermediate, not a final product. Due to the hazardous nature of vinyl chloride to human health there are no end products that use vinyl chloride in its monomer form.

Product Application

Vinylchloride monomer (VCM) is used mainly in the polymerization manufacture of polyvinyl chloride (PVC).

Typical TestUnitsSpecificationTest Method
vinil chloride
(water, free basis)
Wt%Min 99.98Uhde GC No:45
methyl chloride (CH3CL)ppm by wtMax 80Uhde GC No:45
ACETYLENEppm by wtMax. 1Uhde GC No:45
1,3 BUTADIENEppm by wtMax. 10Uhde GC No:45
ethane& etheneppm by wtMax. 2Uhde GC No:45
propeneppm by wtMax. 4Uhde GC No:45
1,2 EDCppm by wtMax. 2Uhde GC No:45
ethyl chloride(C2H5CL)ppm by wtMax. 30Uhde GC No:45
Monovinylacethylene (C4H4)ppm by wtMax. 5Uhde GC No:45
HYDROGEN CHLORIDEppm by wtMax. 1Uhde GC No:45
ccl4ppm by wttraceUhde GC No:45
hydroquinoneppm by wtMax. 1Uhde No:62
ironppm by wtMax. 5Uhde No:27
waterppm by wtMax. 30Uhde No:12
non volatilesppm by wtMax. 15Uhde No:16
nitrogenfree of dissolved N2free of dissolved N2Uhde No:33
colorCOLORLESSCOLORLESSUhde No:19 , ASTM D2108
appearanceclear and free of
suspended matter
clear and free of
suspended matter

4- NaOCL

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Product Description

Sodium hypochlorite is a chemical compound with the formula NaClO. When dissolved in water it is commonly known as bleach or liquid bleach. Sodium hypochlorite is a strong oxidizing agent in liquid form and is greenish or yellowish in color

Product Application

It can be effectively used for water purification. It is used on a large scale for surface purification, bleaching, odor removal and water disinfection.

PropertyTest MethodSpecification
Available Clorine (gr/lit)DENORA CH13120-150
Ecxess Caustic (wt%)DENORA CH130.8-2
ColorVisualLight Yellow
Fe (ppm)ASTM D2790

5- NITRIC ACID

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Product Description

Product Application

  • Nitrate fertilizer
  • Military industries
  • Publishing industries

ParameterTest MethodSpecificationValue
Purity (by wt%)ASTM E 158462±262.8
AppearanceVisual CheckClearClear
HNO2 (ppm by weight)PTM 1785 6.5
Residue on Ignition (wt%)ASTM D 7348 Trace
T-Fe (ppm by wt)D-2790 2.7

6- HCI

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Product Description

Product Application

  • Foods
  • Softeners
  • Medical
  • Fertilizer

ParameterResultSpecification
AppearanceColourlessConforms
Purity ( % by wt)31min. 30
ODCB ( PPM BY WEIGHT)0.8
Fe (ppm by wt)0.46
waterBalance

7- STYRENE MONOMER

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Product Description

Styrene monomer is an organic compound with the chemical formula C8H8. This derivative of benzene is a colorless oily liquid that evaporates easily and has a sweet smell. Styrene is the precursor to several polymers. Styrene occurs naturally in small quantities in some plants and foods (cinnamon, coffee beans, and peanuts) and is also found in coal tar. Styrene is usually produced from dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene. Also by combining toluene and methanol, and benzene and ethane, styrene can be produced. The presence of the vinyl group allows styrene to polymerize.

Product Application

  • Producing different polymers – Several kinds of polymers, including poly styrene, Styrene butadiene rubber (SBR), Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and styrene-acrylonitrile resin (SAN).
  • As feed for styrene , rubber , resins , adhesives , solvent , textile , ABS , SBR , SAN
  • For export

Component
UnitCompositionTest Method
Styrene Monomerwt%,min99.85ASTM D 5135
Polymersppm wt, max10ASTM D 2121
ColourAPHA, max10ASTM D 1209
Aldehydes ( as benzaldehyde)ppm wt, max50ASTM D 2119
Inhibitor as TBCppm wt15ASTM D 4590
Peroxides (as H2O2)ppm wt, max30ASTM D 2340
TOTAL SULPHUR (as S)ppm wt, max1ASTM D 5453
Total Chlorides (as Cl)ppm wt, max1ASTM D 4929
C8 (EB +Xylenes)ppm wt, max600ASTM D 5135
Phenyl acetyleneppm wt, max180ASTM D 5135
C9 aromaticsppm wt, max800ASTM D 5135
within C9 Alphamethylstyreneppm wt, max400

Aromatic

1- BENZENE

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Product Description

Benzene (cyclohexa-1, 3) is the basis of a group of hydrocarbons referred to as “aromatics”. It is a clear colorless liquid, with a characteristic aromatic smell. Benzene is produced worldwide in substantial quantities, and because it is very easy to transport by ship, it is traded internationally.

Product Application

Benzene is a very important basic chemical. It is the starting point for many derivatives required in the production of a wide range of goods used in everyday life. For example, benzene and ethylene are used to produce styrene, from which polystyrene is made. It also used to produce cyclohexane, a precursor to caprolactam, which is used to produce nylon. Well-known commodity chemicals like polystyrene and nylon are subsequently used to manufacture everyday items including clothing, paints, computer casings and packaging.

PropertiesTest MethodValueUnit
BenzeneASTM D-449299.9 minwt.%
TolueneASTM D-4492150 maxwt.ppm
Non AromaticsASTM D-4492950 maxwt.ppm
Density @ 15.6 ℃ASTM D-40520.882 0.886gr/cm3
AppearanceVisualclear free of haze/sediment--
Color Pt-Co ScaleASTM D-120910 max--
Acid Wash ColorASTM D-8481 max--
AcidityASTM D-847no free acidmgr NaOH/100ml
Copper CorrosionASTM D-849No.1a--
Total SulfurASTM D-54531 maxwt.ppm
H2S & SO2 ContentASTM D-853free of H2S/SO2--
Distilation RangeASTM D-8501 max (include 80.1)
Solidification PointASTM D-8525.45 min
Water ContentASTM E-1064200 maxwt.ppm
ThiopheneASTM D-10851 maxwt.ppm
Methyl CyclohexaneASTM D-4492200 maxwt.ppm

2- PARA-XYLENE

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  • Specifications

Product Description

Para-Xylene is made by separating compound xylene, and is a transparent liquid with no color. It is harmful to the body. The product has high value as it is used to produce terephthalic acid, which becomes raw material for polyester, fiber, PET bottles, and films.

Product Application

Para-Xylene is primarily used as a basic raw material in the manufacture of terephthalic acid (TPA), purified terephthalic acid (PTA) and dimethyl-terephthalate (DMT). TPA, PTA and DMT are used to manufacture polyethylene terephthalate (PET) saturated polyester polymers.

PropertiesTest MethodValueUnit
PurityD-379899.7 minwt.%
non-ARD-3798.2 maxwt.%
distillation rangeD-850138.4±2 max
T-sulfurUOP-7271 maxvol.ppm
T-chlorideEP/AK-811 max--
Color Pt-Co ScaleASTM D-120910 maxvol.ppm
Sp.Gr at 60 ℉/60 ℉D-40520.865 0.8661gr/cm3
H2S & SO2 ContentD-853free--
AppearanceVISUALcolorness clear--
TOL+BZUOP 720300 maxwt.ppm
EthylbenzeneD-37980.3 maxwt.%
color (pt-co scale)D-120920 max--
M-XYLENED-37980.25 maxwt.%
O-XYLENED-37980.1 maxwt.%
acid wash colorASTM 8481 max--

3- MIXED-XYLENE

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Product Description

Mixed xylenes are the second-most-important aromatic product in terms of world consumption for chemical manufacture, ranking behind benzene and ahead of toluene. Mixed xylenes refers to the equilibrium mixture of four isomers with the same C8H10 chemical formula. The isomers in order of natural occurrence are meta-xylene, ortho-xylene, para-xylene, and ethylbenzene.

Xylenes are produced with different processes. When in refineries, oil cuts enter the reforming units, aromatic compounds comprise a great proportion of the outflow material. Separating this flow into its components, accounts for more than 70 percent of global xylene supply. Also in the steam cracking process in olefin units, some quantity of Mixed Xylene is produced. In addition, disproportioning Toluene into Benzene and Xylene and treating Pyrolysis Gasoline are also different ways to produce Mixed Xylene.

Product Application

Production of para-xylene, ortho-xylene and meta-xylene – the most important application of mixed xylene is to separate different isomers of xylene, i.e. para-xylene, ortho-xylene and meta-xylene. They are respectively consumed in production of PTA, Phthalic acid and IsoPhthalic acid. Their final use include production of PET, PVC Plasticizer and Surface Coatings.

Gasoline blend – Mixed xylene due to its high octane number and low vapor pressure, is a great compound for blending with gasoline.

Chemical Industries - Mixed xylene is also used, however in small quantities, for producing paint and solvents.

PropertiesTest MethodValueUnit
Density @ 15.6 ℃ASTM D-4052TO BE REPORTEDgr/cm3
AppearanceVisualclear free of
haze/sediment
--
Color Pt-Co ScaleASTM D-120910 max
Acid Wash ColorASTM D-8486 max--
AcidityASTM D-847no free acidmgr NaOH/100ml
Copper CorrosionASTM D-849No.1a--
H2S & SO2 ContentASTM D-853free of H2S/SO2--
Distilation range @ 760mmhgASTM D-8505 max
I.B.PASTM D-850137 min
D.PASTM D-850143 MAX
PARA-XYLENEASTM D-230616.5 MINwt.%
ORTHO-XYLENEASTM D-230615 MINwt.%
ETHYL BENZENEASTM D-230618.5 maxwt.%
METHA XYLENEASTM D-230649 maxwt.%
BENZENEASTM D-2360.005 maxwt.%
TOLUENEASTM D-2360.04 maxwt.%
C9 AROMATICSASTM D-2360.5 maxwt.%
NON AROMATICSASTM D-2360.05 maxwt.%
TOTAL SULFURUOP 7271 maxwt.ppm
TOTAL CHLORIDESIP-AK/811 maxwt.ppm
BROMINE INDEXIP-129
(MODIFIED)
20 maxmgr/100 gr

4- TOLUENE

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  • Specifications

Product Description

Toluene is an aromatic compound that has many applications in chemical industries. Toluene, with C7H8 chemical formula, is found a lot in coal tar and with less quantity, in crude oil. Toluene is a colorless and flammable liquid, which is soluble in alcohol, benzene and ethers, but not water. The most important source of producing Toluene is reformates and after that is pyrolysis gasoline from olefin units. A little portion of toluene supply is derived from coke and coal-based processes.

Product Application

Producing benzene – Through hydroalkylation process, benzene is derived from toluene.

Producing benzene and xylene – Through disproportionation process, benzene and xylene are produced from toluene.

Other chemical production – Toluene is the feedstock for producing a lot of chemical substances such as toluene di-isocyanate (TDI), explosive materials such as trinitro-toluene (TNT) and a lot of synthetic drugs.

Solvent – Toluene is a common solvent to use in paint, rubber, printing ink, adhesive, leather and surfactant industries.

Fuel – Toluene is added to gasoline as an octane booster.

PropertiesTest MethodValueUnit
purityASTM D-236099.9 minwt.%
non-ARASTM D-2360 wt.%
BENZENEASTM D-2360 wt.%
T-sulfurASTM D-54531 maxwt .ppm
COPPER CORROSIONASTM D-849NO.1 A--
DENSITY at 15 ℃ASTM D-40520.870 0.873gr/cm3
H2S & SO2 ContentASTM D-853free--
AppearanceVISUALclear--
DISTILLATION RANGE INCLUDING 110.6ASTM D-8501 max
ACIDITYASTM D-847Non DetectedmgNaOH/100 ml
color (pt-co scale)ASTM D-120920 max--
acid wash colorASTM D-8482 max--

5- O-OXYLENE

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Product Application

  • For export
  • For comsumption

PropertyUnitSpecificationTest Method
puritywt.%98.5 minASTM D-2360**
non-AROMATICwt.%1 max*ASTM D-2360**
Bzn+C9&Heavier Aromaticswt.%1 maxASTM D-2360**
Total C8 Aromatics + Toluene + Ethyl Benzenewt.%98.5 MinASTM D2306 **
Distillation Range of 750mmhg°C2 Max (Including 144.4)ASTM D850
Total sulfurwt ppm1 MaxASTM D5453
Color (Pt-Co) Scale--20 MaxASTM D1209
Acidity--non detectedASTM D847
Hydrocarbon residue after evapoationwt ppm20 MaxASTM D1353
H2S and SO2 content--Non DetectedASTM D853
Sp.gr @ 15.6/15.6°C--0.86-0.89ASTM D4052

* for expoert is 0.5
** for internal consumption

6- Toluene di Isocyanate (TDI)

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Toluene di isocyanate (TDI) is a member of isocyanates which are chemically related to Polyurethanes. Two of the six possible isomers are commercially important: 2,4-TDI and 2,6-TDI. 2,4-TDI is produced in the pure state, but TDI is often marketed as 80/20 and 65/35 mixtures of the 2,4 and 2,6 isomers respectively. The Produced TDI in KRNPC is a 80:20 mixture of the 2,4 and 2,6 isomers with purity of at least 99.5%.

Product Application

TDI has a wide variety of applications which ranges from furniture industry, bedding furniture, and carpet underlay to transportation and packaging industry. The substance is also applied for the production of surface coatings, sealants, adhesives and elastomers.

ParameterTest MethodUnit
AppearancevisualClear Liq.
purity (% by wt)H900.6500SMin. 99.5
Colour (APHA)H900.1700SMax.25
Hydrolyzable Chlorine (ppm by wt)H900.3500SMax.60
Total Acidity (ppm by wt)H900.0500SMax.40
Isomer ratio 2,4 TDI (%wt)H900.410080±1
Isomer ratio 2,6 TDI (%wt)H900.410020±1
Sp.gr at 25/4 °Cs690.30001.22±0.02
NIC (ppm)H900.5800Max.30

7- METHYLE DI-ISOCYANATE (MDI)

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  • Specifications

Product Description

Methylene diphenyl diisocyanate, most often abbreviated as MDI, is an aromatic diisocyanate. Three isomers are common, varying by the positions of the isocyanate groups around the rings: 2,2'-MDI, 2,4'-MDI, and 4,4'-MDI. The 4,4' isomer is most widely used, and is also known as 4,4'-diphenylmethane diisocyanate. This isomer is also known as Pure MDI. MDI reacts with polyols in the manufacture of polyurethane.

Product Application

  • Raw material for production of various kinds of polyurethans
  • Sponges
  • Adhesives
  • Refrigerator parts

PropertySpecification
Appearancedark colored liquid,or crystal Musty smell, volatile
Melting point42-44 °C min
Specific Gravity at 18 ℃1.18
NCOMin. 33.4 % wt
Isocyanate equivalent wheightMax. 125.8
2,4 MDI content1.7-2.3 % wt
Hydrochloric acidMax. 30 ppm wt
Ortho- dichlorobenzeneMax. 20 ppm wt
Phenyl isocyanateMax. 20 ppm wt
Color APHA Y INDEXMax. 20

Polymeres

1- PVC

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

PVC contains approximately 56% by weight of chlorine. This polymer possesses thermoplastic properties

Product Application

  • Extrusion of flexible sections and hoses
  • Cable industry
  • Calendaring
  • Pipe and fitting
  • Injection molding

S-PVCGradeGradeGrade TestMethod 
K-ValueS-6058
59-61
S-6558
64-66
S-7054
69-71
DINISOASTMHULS
Viscosity number (cm3/gr)85-92101-109120-12953726
Bulk density (g/lit)550-610540-600445-50553466
Sieve analysis
> 63 µm (wt%)90 min90 min85 min53734
> 250 µm (wt%)5 max5 max0.5 max53734
Porosity (plasticiserabsorption)(gr DOP/100gr PVC)10 min10 min30 min53417/1
Volatile matter (wt%)0.2 max0.2 max0.2 maxR-1269
Flowability (S/150 g) (10 mm nozzle)4 max4 max4 max6.10
Dark resin particles (No./250 gr PVC)30 max30 max30 max6.7
Fish eyes (No./25 cm2)5 max5 max5 max6.9
Sulfate ash (wt%)0.05 max0.05 max0.05 max53568/2

2- HDPE

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) or polyethylene high-density(PEHD) is a thermoplastic polymer produced from the monomer ethylene. It is sometimes called "alkathene" or "polythene" when used for HDPE pipes.[1] With a high strength-to-density ratio, HDPE is used in the production of plastic bottles, corrosion-resistant piping, geomembranesand plastic lumber. HDPE is commonly recycled.

Product Application

HDPE is resistant to many different solvents and has a wide variety of applications:

  • • 3D printer filament
  • • Arena board (puck board)
  • • Backpacking frames
  • • Ballistic plates
  • • Banners
  • • Bottle caps
  • • Boats
  • • Chemical-resistant piping
  • • Coax cable inner insulator
  • • Conduit protector for electrical or communications cables
  • • Corrosion protection for steel pipelines
  • • Electrical and plumbing boxes
  • • Far-IR lenses
  • • Fireworks
  • • Folding chairs and tables
  • • Food storage containers
  • • Fuel tanks for vehicles
  • • Geomembrane for hydraulic applications (such as canals and bank reinforcements) and chemical containment
  • • Geothermal heat transfer piping systems
  • • Heat-resistant firework mortars
  • • Housewrap (Tyvek)
  • • Hovercraft: The material is too heavy and dense for such craft but is still used occasionally
  • • Lasts for shoes
  • • Microwave telescope windows
  • • Natural gas distribution pipe systems
  • • Piping for fluid, slurry and gas purposes
  • • Plastic bags
  • • Plastic bottles suitable both for recycling (such as milk jugs) or re-use
  • • Plastic lumber
  • • Plastic surgery (skeletal and facial reconstruction)
  • • Potable water mains
  • • Root barrier
  • • Sewage mains
  • • Snowboard rails and boxes
  • • Stone paper
  • • Storage sheds
  • • Swimming pool installation
  • • Telecom ducts
  • • Water pipes for domestic water supply and agricultural processes
  • • Wood plastic composites (utilizing recycled polymers)

PropertyTest MethodValueUnit
MFI (190°C/2.16KG)ASTM D-12380.7-1.5gr/10 min
DENSITYASTM D-15050.953-0.959gr/cm3
IZOD Impact StrenghtASTM D-25614 minkg.cm/cm
Tensile Strenght @BreakASTM D-638290 minkg/cm2
ElongationASTM D-638900 min%
Yellow IndexASTM D-19254 max--
Ash ContentASTM D-10630.06 maxwt.%
Volatile MatterASTM D-19600.05 maxwt.%

3- PET

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Polyethylene Terephthalate bottle grade chips (highly viscous) is a condensation polymer produced by a continuous melt phase polymerization process followed by a solid state polymerization process, with an I.V of 0.75-0.85. The products has an excellent transparency and gloss, an outstanding gas barrier against oxygen and carbon dioxide, and outstanding toughness and impact strength.

Product Application

  • • CSD
  • • Carbonated Water
  • • Edible Oil
  • • Alcoholic Beverage
  • • Pharmaceuticals
  • • Wide Mouth Jars
  • • APET sheet
  • • Strapping
  • • Fiber for textile
  • • Mineral Water
  • • Packaging detergent
  • • Packaging water
  • • Food
  • • Oil
  • • Packing for pharmaceutical products
  • • Various bottle for mineral water & other beverages
  • • Cans

N/A

4- SBR

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Styrene-butadiene or styrene-butadiene rubber (SBR) describe families of synthetic rubbers derived from styrene and butadiene. These materials have good abrasion resistance and good aging stability when protected by additives. The styrene/butadiene ratio influences the properties of the polymer: with high styrene content, the rubbers are harder and less rubbery. SBR is the most widely used synthetic elastomer. SBR demand is concentrated in durable goods, primarily automotive applications, such as tires and tire products, which account for about 70% of global consumption. Non-tire markets represent about 25–30% of SBR demand with applications in automotive components, mechanical parts, and a wide variety of other end uses. SBR’s main advantage in tire applications is that it provides longer life to tire treads.

Product Application

SBR has different grades and regarding each grade its application varies which covers a wide range from Tires, to Shoes and Mechanical industries.

PropertyTest MethodValueUnit
Volatile MatterASTM D-14160.75 max%wt
AshASTM D-14161.5 max%wt
Organic AcidASTM D-14163.9-5.7%wt
SoapASTM D-14160.5 max%wt
Bound StyreneASTM D-141622.5-24.5%wt
Raw Viscosity (ML 1+4 @ 100°C)ASTM D-164642-52--
Compound Viscosity (ML 1+4 @ 100°C)ASTM D-164662 max--
Tensile Strength (35 Minutes Cure)ASTM D-412200 minkg/cm2
Ultimate Elogation (35 Minutes Cure)ASTM D-412530 min%
300% Modulus (35 Minutes Cure)ASTM D-41279-109kg/cm2

5- LDPE

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) is resistant to impact, waterproof with a strong sealing performance, and can withstand many hazardous chemicals, making it ideal for food packaging and product protections wraps.

Product Application

  • • Film
  • • Small bag

PropertyTest MethodValueUnit
MFI (190°C/2.16KG)ASTM D-12381.7-2.3gr/10 min
DENSITYTSTM 209 B0.918-0.922gr/ml
SOFTENING POINTASTM D-152592-96°C
HAZEASTM D-100315 MAX%
GLOSS @ 60°CASTM D-52360 mingu
Elongation @Break (MD)ASTM D-882330 min%
Elongation @Break (TD)ASTM D-882600 min%
tensile @Break (MD)ASTM D-882160 minkg/cm2
dart impactASTM D-1709100 mingr
300% Modulus (35 Minutes Cure)ASTM D-41279-109kg/cm2

6- POLYCARBONATE

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Polycarbonates (PC) are a group of thermoplastic polymers containing carbonate groups in their chemical structures. Polycarbonates used in engineering are strong, tough materials, and some grades are optically transparent. They are easily worked, molded, and thermoformed. Because of these properties, polycarbonates find many applications.

Product Application

Polycarbonates is commonly used for plastic lenses in eyewear, in medical devices, automotive components, protective gear, greenhouses, Digital Disks (CDs, DVDs, and Blu-ray), and exterior lighting fixtures. Polycarbonate also has very good heat resistance and can be combined with flame retardant materials without significant material degradation.

AnalysisUnitValueConditionTest Method
MFI (300C)g/10 min7.1-101.2 Kg loadASTM D 1238
Densityg/cm31.225CASTM D 792
tensile StrengthMpa≥ 60at yieldASTM D 638
Modulus of ElasticityMpa2000-2400--ASTM D 638
Elongation%≥ 90at BreakASTM D 638
Dielectric StrengthKv/mm≥ 20aat 50 HzASTM D 149
Charpy Impact StrengthKj/m2≥ 20NotchedASTM D 6110
Vicat soft. Temp.C142-14650 N, 50 C/hASTM D 1525
Transmitance%≥ 80Thickness 2 mmASTM D 1003
Solvent ContentppmMax.3000--GC (int-st)

7- EPIRAN

  • Description
  • Application
  • Specifications

Product Description

Product Application

  • • For cold cured varnished
  • • Solvent based 2-pack coatings for metals
  • • As modifire in stoving enamel based on acrylics
  • • Alkyd-melamin resin systems & hot cured adhsives manufacture

PropertyTest MethodUnitGuarantee Values
AppearanceVisualVisualClear Light Yellow Liquid
Epoxy EquivalentASTM D1652g/eq434-555
Epoxy ValueASTM D1652mol/100gr0.18-0.23
ColorASTM 1209 (APHA)Pt-Co (APHA)Max.100
ViscosityASTM D2983Mpas6000-12000
Hydrolysable ChlorineASTM 1726% wtMax. 0.1
%Non-VolatileDIN EN ISO 3251% wt74-76