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Diesel Fuel Oil D6

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  • $2 ≥ 30 Pieces
Delivery Time:8 to 10 days
Payment Type: L/C, T/T, Others
Product Group: Diesel Fuel
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Application:
Power Generation
Density:
kg/m3
Grade:
L-02-62
Ash Content (%):
81
Moisture (%):
85
D2 or Not:
Not D2
Flash Point:
75.6
Place of Origin:
Russia Federation
Brand Name:
D6
Model Number:
D6
Supply Ability
Supply Ability:
500000 Metric Ton/Metric Tons per Month
Packaging & Delivery
Packaging Details
AS PER BUYERS REQUEST
Lead time: 7 days
Port
Russia
Lead Time :
Quantity(Metric Tons) 1 - 500000 >500000
Est. Time(days) 30 To be negotiated

Diesel fuel is a mixture of hydrocarbons obtained by distillation of crude oil.
The important properties which are used to characterize diesel fuel include cetane number (or cetane index), fuel volatility, density, viscosity, cold behavior, and sulfur content.
Diesel fuel specifications differ for various fuel grades and in different countries.
Diesel—whose first engine concept was designed to use coal dust as the fuel—recognized that liquid petroleum products might be better fuels than coal.

Diesel fuel is a mixture of hydrocarbons—with boiling points in the range of 150 to 380°C—which are obtained from petroleum. Petroleum crude oils are composed of hydrocarbons of three major classes: (1) paraffinic, (2) naphthenic (or cycloparaffinic), and (3) aromatic hydrocarbons. Unsaturated hydrocarbons (olefins) rarely occur in the crude. It should be noted that the terms ‘paraffinic’ and ‘naphthenic’ seem to be obsolescent; we use them because they are still common in the petrochemical industry. In modern chemistry, the respective groups of hydrocarbons are called alkanes and cycloalkanes.
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