• petroleum standards - astm international

    Petroleum Standards - ASTM International

    ASTM standards on liquid fuels; liquefied petroleum gas (LPG); oxygenates such Test Method for Gasoline Diluent in Used Gasoline Engine Oils by Distillation Test Method for Unsulfonated Residue of Petroleum Plant Spray Oils D3524 - 14 Standard Test Method for Diesel Fuel Diluent in Used Diesel Engine Oils by

  • production of liquid fuel from plastic waste using integrated pyrolysis

    Production of liquid fuel from plastic waste using integrated pyrolysis

    comprising of diesel oil was obtained at tray I and II, while kerosene and been developed to conduct an efficient process of recycling plastic waste, and such .. ºC) of distillation bubble cap column product and standards parameter (ASTM

  • pyrolytic waste plastic oil and its diesel blend: fuel characterization

    Pyrolytic Waste Plastic Oil and Its Diesel Blend: Fuel Characterization

    Jun 5, 2016 Waste plastic pyrolysis in liquid fuel (gasoline, diesel oil, etc.) Recycling of waste plastics is expected to become the most effective way. objective, along with a comparison to petrodiesel standards such as ASTM D 975 and EN 590. Distillation is carried out to separate the lighter and heavier fraction of

  • diesel fuels technical review - chevron

    Diesel Fuels Technical Review - Chevron

    used to power ships, trains, and industrial plants. By the 1930s . It is believed that fuels meeting the ASTM D 975 Standard Specification for Diesel Fuel Oils minimum . is limited by the 90 percent distillation temperature requirement. The API gravity at 60°F . While the primary purpose of this recycle is to cool the injectors

  • converting plastics to oil | - polymer solutions

    Converting Plastics to Oil | - Polymer Solutions

    Mar 19, 2014 Pyrolysis of HDPE waste grocery bags followed by distillation resulted Comparison of the fuel properties to the petrodiesel fuel standards ASTM D975 and EN 590 dedicated to converting non-recycled used plastics into crude oil and Cynar has an operating plant in Ireland and plans to build 10 more

  • plastics-to-oil - plastics – american chemistry council

    Plastics-to-Oil - Plastics – American Chemistry Council

    of the plastic waste stream that cannot be mechanically recycled due to contamination, .. and does not move the gas through the distillation process to produce a fuel. Depends on the configuration of the plant, its location, balance of plant . heating oil, gasoine, naphtha, aviation diesel, all which meet ASTM standards.

  • composition-explicit distillation curves of waste lubricant oils and

    Composition-Explicit Distillation Curves of Waste Lubricant Oils and

    fuels, diesel and biodiesel fuels and crude oils (both petroleum-and of low- boiling contaminants in the recycled automotive oil, such as water and stream from an automotive plant. this standard, several other ASTM methods are used.

  • biodiesel standards & properties - dieselnet

    Biodiesel Standards & Properties - DieselNet

    The ASTM Standard Specification for Diesel Oil, ASTM D975, was modified in . on fuel density and distillation characteristics of diesel fuel and may not be used for . that allow fuel to be heated by the engine and then recycled to the fuel tank. .. when expressed on the same basis as that for biodiesel (hrpalmoilmachine. per unit mass of

  • hazardous waste management system; recycled used oil  - epa

    Hazardous Waste Management System; Recycled Used Oil - EPA

    standards for used oil that is recycled, or recycled ASTM specifications for commercial (number 2) . Some diesel samples may actually be contaminated Residues (bottoms) from distillation businesses (hrpalmoilmachine., steel and auto plants.

  • recycling of waste oils - epa nepis

    Recycling of Waste Oils - epa nepis

    Plant Operations 5 Description of NORCO Plant 5 Crankcase Waste Oils 11 Oil Characterization Data H. Coalescing Plate Oil/Water Separator 206 I. ASTM vs. . from vacuum distillation of crankcase waste oil as a diesel fuel without further Hydrogen consumption was estimated to be 70 to 160 standard cubic feet per