Petroleum Products

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Tigonic offers a diverse range of high-quality petroleum products, including:

    • Naptha

Naphtha is a liquid obtained from petroleum and is commonly used as fuel for various chemical reactions. It is a colourless and highly inflammable liquid. Everyday things like lighter fluid, fuel for camp stoves, and cleaning products all include naphtha. Gasoline, polymers, and other chemicals are also made from it.

    • LSFO

Low Sulphur Fuel Oil, commonly known as LSFO, is a type of marine fuel oil that has less sulfur than conventional marine fuels. Conventional marine fuels use more sulfur, which contributes to air pollution. LSFO is commonly utilized in the maritime industry and is thought to be a more environmentally friendly solution for powering ships.

    • HSFO

High Sulfur Fuel Oil, also known as HSFO, is a fuel oil commonly used to power large marine vessels such as ships and tankers in the shipping industry. HSFO is a heavy and dense liquid made through the refinement of crude oil. HSFO generally contains high levels of sulfur, based on the source of the crude oil and the refinement method.

    • Gas Oil

Gas oil is a liquid fuel derived from crude oil through refinement. This type of oil is commonly used as a fuel for diesel engines. Since it has a high energy density (High energy per unit volume), gas oil is a popular fuel choice for diesel engines as it is efficient for powering high-power vehicles and machinery. Moreover, it is known for lower emissions of carbon dioxide and other pollutants compared to other fossil fuels.

    • Jet Kero

Jet kero is a type of kerosene specifically designed for aviation uses, as it is designed to have low density, which means it flows easily. Due to having high energy density (High energy per unit volume), it is a popular fuel choice for aeroplanes as it needs to travel long distances. Due to having a low freezing point and a high flash point, it is known to be safe to use in aviation.

    • Gasoline

Gasoline is a liquid fuel used to power internal combustion engines. It is a fusion of several hydrocarbons that are extracted from crude oil. Since gasoline has a high energy density (High energy per unit), it is a popular fuel choice for vehicles such as cars, trucks, and motorcycles.

    • Jet Fuel

Jet fuel is used to power jet engines in aeroplanes, and it is derived from crude oil. Jet fuel is a popular choice for aeroplanes because it has a high energy density (High energy per unit volume). This allows aeroplanes to travel long distances with the fuel they carry. Additionally, jet fuel has a low freezing point and a high flash point, making it safe for use in aviation. There are different types of jet fuel, with Jet A being the most commonly used in commercial aviation. Jet A is a kerosene-based fuel that is similar to jet kero but with a higher flash point.

    • Base Oil

Base oil is considered the foundation material in making lubricants, such as engine oil, hydraulic fluids, and industrial oil. Base oil is a refined petroleum product created by processing crude oil via several refining techniques. Being an important component in lubricants, base oil provides viable lubrication and protection to moving parts in machinery and engines.

    • Bitumen

Bitumen is a thick, black, sticky, and gluey liquid that is commonly used for road construction. this petroleum product is obtained from crude oil. Due to having strong adhesive properties, bitumen is a popular choice for road construction as it binds together to create strong and durable surfaces. It is also a popular choice for rooking due to having waterproof and insulation properties.

    • White Spirit

White spirit is a liquid that is colourless and flammable. It is commonly used for cleaning and degreasing purposes in various industries. White spirit is a petroleum-based product produced by distilling crude oil. White spirit is widely used as a solvent for several types of paints and coatings. It is also used for degreasing metal parts, and machinery, as well as for cleaning surfaces that prove to be difficult to clean with water - engines.

    • Rubber Process Oil (RPO)

Rubber process oil, also known as RPO, is used in the manufacturing process of many rubber products such as tires, hoses, and seals. This oil is a petroleum-based product that's derived from crude oil.
RPO is used as a softening agent to refine and improve the flexibility and elasticity of rubber. Furthermore, it helps to reduce the viscosity of rubber compounds, making them easier to mix and process.

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