Petroleum Coke (Petcoke) which is the carbonaceous solid residue remaining after the distillation of petroleum materials.  Pet coke has more than twice the calorific value comparing with traditional steam coal; it can reach 7500-8500 KCal/kg. 

This coke can either be fuel grade (high in sulfur and metals) or anode grade (low in sulfur and metals).

Main Applications:

Aluminium plants

Alternative to coal in power plants

Fuel in cement kilns

CPC production 

In blast furnaces 

Chemical and steel industries etc..

Packaging & Storage



Constituent Specifications Testing methods
Petcoke Grade I Grade II
Aspect Non uniform grains black coloured
Humidity, % (m/m) max. 7 7 ASTM D3173 / STAS 8160/6
Ash, % (m/m) max. 1 1.5 SR 8160/9
Sulphur, % (m/m) max. 4 5 ASTM 3177
Volatile Materials, % (m/m) max. 10 15 STAS 5268
Water Solube Substance , % (m/m) max 0,6 1 STAS 973
Silicon and Iron, % (m/m) max. 0,1 ASTM D 5056
Superior Calorific power,  Kcal/kg, min 8200 8200 ASTM D 5865