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Fuel Oil
Fuel oil is a product obtained from heavy still bottoms, oil shale, and coal. Fuel oil is applied in boiler houses and heating systems in the shipping, industrial, and energy industries.

Let's look in more detail at the fuel oil, its characteristics, and properties that affect the possibilities of using it as a boiler fuel.
Fuel oil is a compound of hydrocarbons, petroleum resins, and metals (nickel, ferrum, calcium, vanadium, and magnesium) complemented by carbides and asphaltenes.
Fractional composition
Scheme of primary oil processing
Types of fuel oil


Heating oil M-40 is produced from the remnants of oil refining, classified as an average boiler fuel. Diesel fractions (8-15%) are added to it, thus reducing the setting point to 10℃.


Heavy fuel oil is obtained from the residues of atmospheric and vacuum distillation of oil with the addition of gas oil fractions. Fuel oil M-100 brand does not contain diesel fractions, but when they are added, M-40 can be obtained.

60 tons
from 5000 tons
Tank wagons
Sea tanker
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