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  • • INDUSTRIAL FUELS
    TEC supplies fit-for-purpose heating fuels typically used in boilers, kilns and furnaces. These applications can be founded in a myriad of industrial business segments. Often our clients are looking for simple solutions for their equipment where consistent quality fuels coupled to reliable delivery and technical services are most important. TEC Light Boiler Fuel Origin: TEC LBF is a special blend of various low-Sulphur refinery components blended to compete with typical OEM recommended boiler and furnace fuels like kerosene and diesel. Application: TEC LBF is extensively used in small boilers, thermal oil heaters and burners where low viscosity is important and no pre-heating for atomisation is required. TEC LBF is a cost-effective and low-Sulphur fuel comparable in energy value to most recommended boiler fuels. TEC Industrial Boiler Fuel Origin: TEC IBF is a water white, high output heating fuel typically used in sensitive applications where energy is paramount. Application: TEC IBF is used in all types of boilers, kilns and burners. It is typically applied to applications that are Sulphur-sensitive, low in ash, requiring fuel lubricity and a high energy content. HFO 150 and 180 Origin: Heavy Furnace Fuel (HFO) is an industry standard fuel that comes in two viscosities and is manufactured at a major oil refinery. Application: Normal applications for HFO are those that are not sensitive to ash content and it is used in large boilers, kilns and as a start up fuel in power generation. This fuel must be pre-heated for atomisation and combustion and in applications where nozzle-clogging is prevalent.
  • • SOLVENTS
    TEC stocks a wide range of solvents from a number of Oil Chemical suppliers. These solvents are used in the metallurgical industries for liquid extraction of copper and uranium and the formation of degreasing fluids for mining applications. Other applications include the explosives markets where high flash point aliphatic solvents are required, and in the manufacture of polishes and waxes for domestic purposes. Fluiden 1528 Fluiden 1528 is a wide cut aliphatic solvent used in paints and polishes where a slow drying rate is required. Due to a slower rate of evaporation it offers some advantages over Fluiden 1520 in cleaning and general solvent usage. Fluiden 1828 Fluiden 1828 is a high-flash kerosene with characteristics similar to Fluiden 1528 and is used as a replacement for Fluiden 1528 in applications where a high flash point is required. Most significantly it is used as a solvent in metallurgical applications such as the liquid/liquid extraction of copper and uranium, and in the formulation of degreasing fluids for mining application. Fluiden 1828 complies with the Chamber of Mines flash point requirements for solvents used underground. ShellSol 2325 ShellSol 2325 is a wide cut mixture of paraffin, cycloparaffin and aromatics that boils between 220 and 250°C. As a result of its increased boiling range level ShellSol 2325 is considered a high flash, slow-evaporating type of hydrocarbon solvent. AH 1925 Solvent AH1925 is narrow cut solvent used in a wide range of applications including copper solvent extraction, as a diluent and in industrial polishes. Typical characteristics include a high flash point and low aromatics.
  • • OTHER HYDROCARBONS
    Diesel 50ppm Diesel 50ppm is a high quality automotive diesel engine fuel, containing less than 0.005 % of sulphur, by mass. These low sulphur levels enable the product to be compatible with emission control devices such as catalytic converters and diesel particulate traps designed to operate at this low sulphur level. Diesel 50ppm is formulated by using intelligent additive fuel technology that has the potential to maintain all diesel engines at their peak design conditions. It also satisfies the demand for improved fuel economy, extended drain intervals and fuel systems protection. Continuous use improves fuel system and injector cleanliness, which contribute to increasing equipment life, restoring and maintaining power and performance while simultaneously reducing exhaust emissions. Diesel 50ppm contains anti-foam components, which reduce the tendency of foaming normally associated with standard diesel, and provides for spill free, cleaner, faster and more efficient refueling, keeping vehicle and equipment working for longer periods. Diesel 500ppm Diesel 500ppm is an advanced performance fuel, that complies with the SANS 342 (2006) specification, 500ppm (mg/kg) sulphur content distillate fuel. Diesel 500ppm has been formulated to include an exclusive additive package that enhances the characteristics of the fuel and is designed to deliver a unique combination of enhanced engine performance and reduced exhaust emissions. Diesel 500ppm is primarily recommended for use in most passenger cars and sport utility diesel engines, delivering more performance with a lower pollution factor. Illuminating paraffin (IP Sasol) Sasol IP is a highly refined, middle distillate, hydrocarbon fuel formulated for clean burning, with minimum charring of the wick and optimum performance. It is intended for use in IP stoves, heaters and lamps. Furthermore the product can be used in IP refrigerators and incubators, along with industrial solvents and other processes. Kerosene Kerosene is obtained during the petroleum refining process where it results from drawing off a cut during distillation, with an initial boiling point (IBP) between 150 and 180°C and a final boiling point (FBP) between 225 and 250°C, which must be sulphur-free. Kerosene is mainly used in the production of aviation fuels (turbojets and turboprops and is also the main component of additives for cars (injector cleaning, etc.) Jet A1 This kerosene-based product has a maximum distillation temperature of 400°F at the 10% recovery point and a final maximum boiling point of 572°F. It meets ASTM Specification D 1655 and Military Specifications MIL-T-5624P and MIL-T-83133D (Grades JP-5 and JP-8). Jet A1 is used for commercial and military turbojet and turboprop aircraft engines. OTHER Fit for purpose – please contact us to discuss your requirements.
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