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LSFO MARINE OIL

LSFO MARINE OIL

LSFO MARINE OIL

Residual Marine Fuel Oil is the general classification of heavy fuel oil and is considered as the most important byproduct after gas oils and gasoline is extracted. Residual Fuel Oil is made up of distillation residue. It is obtained during the process of crude oil refining. It consists of all the fuels that have non-boiling fractions. Depending on the temperature of the distillation process, the fuel oils are categorized into different grades. The most common forms of fuel oils are viscous liquids that require heating for combustion and storage. The composition highly depends on the configuration of the refinery where crude oils are being processed.

 RMG 380 ISO 2017 Max 0.5% Sulfur

 RMG 380 ISO 2017 Max 0.5% Sulfur

 

Main Applications:

  Used in the diesel engines of marine ships

LSFO MARINE OIL RMG 380/180

Constituents Unit Specifications Test Method
Kinematic Viscosity at 50OC
cSt
Max 380
Max 180
ISO 3104
Density at 15OC
Kg/m3
Max 991.0
ISO 3675 or 12185
CCAI
-
Max 860
Calculated
Sulphur
% mass
Max 0.5%
ISO 8754 or 14596;ASTM D4294
Flash Point

OC

Min 66.0
ISO 2719
Hydrogen Sulfide
Mg/kg
Max 2.0
IP 570
Acid Number
Mg KOH/g
Max 2.5
ASTM D664
Total Sediment – Aged
% mass
Max 0.10
ISO 10307-2
Carbon Residue – Micro method
% mass
Max 18.0
ISO 10370
Pour Point

OC

Max 30.0
ISO 3016
Water
% vol
Max 0.50
ISO 3733
Ash
% mass
Max 0.1
ISO 6245
Vanadium
Mg/kg
Max 350
IP 501 or 470; ISO14597
Sodium
Mg/kg
Max 100
IP 501 or 470
Aluminium + Silicon
Mg/kg
Max 60
IP 501 or 470; ISO10478
Used Lubrication Oil

- Calcium and Zinc; or

- Calcium and Phosphorus

Mg/kg

Ca >30 & Zn >15; or


Ca >30 & P >15

 

IP 501 or IP 470 or IP 500

Packaging

Drums

Bulk