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Marine Furnace Oil

Marine Furnace Oil
Marine Furnace Oil
Product Code : 95 Dencity
Brand Name : Marine
Product Description

Marine Furnace OiL    Furnace Oil 

We offer a wide range of Furnace Oil using high grade and superior quality of materials. Our furnace oil are used in all type of furnaces and these are offered at industry leading prices. 

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Introduction furnace oil

Furnace oil is a dark viscous residual product used as a fuel in different types of combustion equipment. It conforms to IS:1593-1988 for fuel oils. Presently MV-2 grade (kinematic viscosity range of 125 to 180 c St at 50°C) conforming to this specification is being marketed. Broadly its applications can be classified as:

 

a)

Steam Raising

In the process industry and thermal power stations.

b)

Industrial Furnaces

Metallurgical furnaces, pottery and brick kilns, glass furnaces etc.

c)

Special Applications

In marine engines and slow speed engines for power generation.

For drying tea leaves

In gas turbines for power generation

As a feed stock for fertiliser manufacturing

In thermic fluid heaters and hot air generators

 

While FO is used in the DG sets there is no evaluating property like Cetane number or CII. Instead of that, calculated carbon aromaticity index or CCAI is calculated to find out the suitability. It is based on density and viscosity of the fuel. Normally a value between 800 to 860 means good fuel for DG sets while values more than 860 severe indicate unsuitability which may cause engine damage. Lower values than 800 may not be very good but are not as bad as those beyond 860.

 

Furnace oil is a dark viscous residual product used as a fuel in different types of combustion equipment. It conforms to IS:1593-1988 for fuel oils. Presently MV-2 grade (kinematic viscosity range of 125 to 180 cSt at 50°C) conforming to this specification is being marketed. Broadly its applications can be classified as:

 

a)

Steam Raising

In the process industry and thermal power stations.

b)

Industrial Furnaces

Metallurgical furnaces, pottery and brick kilns, glass furnaces etc.

c)

Special Applications

In marine engines and slow speed engines for power generation.

For drying tea leaves

In gas turbines for power generation

As a feed stock for fertiliser manufacturing

In thermic fluid heaters and hot air generators

 

While FO is used in the DG sets there is no evaluating property like Cetane number or CII. Instead of that, calculated carbon aromaticity index or CCAI is calculated to find out the suitability. It is based on density and viscosity of the fuel. Normally a value between 800 to 860 means good fuel for DG sets while values more than 860 severe indicate unsuitability which may cause engine damage. Lower values than 800 may not be very good but are not as bad as those beyond 860.