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.
|Constituent||Unit||Typical results||Test method|
|Colour||–||Max 1||ASTM D1500|
|Density||Kg/L||0.660 – 0.710||ASTM D1298|
|Flash Point||0C||63||ASTM D93|
|Water content||% Vol||Nil||ASTM D95|
|Ash content||% mass||<0.01||ASTM D482-07|
|Sulfur content||% m||Max 0.01||ASTM D4294|
|Aromatics||% m||3.0||ASTM D4492|
|Lead||ppb||< 10||UOP 391-91|
|Aresenic||ppb||< 5||UOP 391|
*These specifications are for information purpose only and shall not be binding upon the seller.