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Our product range comtains a wide range of Mineral Base oil, Base Oil Sn 500, Alfa Base Oil, Base Oil N600 and Base Oil U 150

Mineral Base oil

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Modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size.

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Base Oil Sn 500

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We offer Base Oil. • feedstock is separated into distillates and vacuum gas oils • vacuum gas oil is sent through the hydro-cracker for conversion • to saturate the molecules and remove impurities such as nitrogen, sulfur, oxygen and heavy metals, hydrogen is introduced. • under extreme temperature and pressure in the presence of a catalyst, hydro-cracking converts aromatics molecules into saturated paraffin. • this process yields stock with lighter in color since the absence of contaminants. • long waxy paraffin molecules are restructured into shorter ones, so-paraffin that resist gelling and improve low temperature pump-ability. • hydrogen is introduced again to clean up the remaining and impurities thus enhancing the oxidation and thermal stability of the final product.

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Alfa Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Metric Ton
  • Brand Name Alfa

We are offering base oil. introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity (4cst, 6cst, 8cst …). understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800’s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Base Oil N600

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Meter
  • Brand Name Alfa BIPL
  • Expiration Date Never Expired

GROUP II BASE OIL Hydro processing and Refining Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear. Grades - 60N, 100N , 150N , 500N 600N and 150BS

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Lubricant Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Metric Ton

Note that the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. There are five specific categories of base oils. These categories define the type of base stock the oil is formulated from. The categories are as follows. Note that the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. Group I - Solvent Freezing: Group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use Group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications (hh). Group II - Hydro processing and Refining: Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear (hh). Group – III Hydro processing and Refining: Group III base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. Although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. They are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. Group III base oils have become more common in America in the last decade (hh).

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Singapore Vergined Base Oil Sales

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Metric Ton
  • Brand Name alfa brand
  • Place of Origin singapore

Note that the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. There are five specific categories of base oils. These categories define the type of base stock the oil is formulated from. The categories are as follows. Note that the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. Group I - Solvent Freezing: Group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use Group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications (hh). Group II - Hydro processing and Refining: Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear (hh). Group – III Hydro processing and Refining: Group III base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. Although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. They are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. Group III base oils have become more common in America in the last decade (hh). Group IV -Chemical Reactions: Group IV base oils are chemically engineered synthetic base stocks. Polyalphaolefins (PAO's) are a common example of a synthetic base stock. Synthetics, when combined with additives, offer excellent performance over a wide range of lubricating properties. They have very stable chemical compositions and highly uniform molecular chains. Group IV base oils are becoming more common in synthetic and synthetic-blend products for automotive and industrial applications (hh).

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re refined Vergined base oil sales

  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Metric Ton
  • Brand Name alfa brand
  • Place of Origin singapore

Group I - Solvent Freezing: Group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use Group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications (hh). Group II - Hydro processing and Refining: Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear (hh). Group III - Hydro processing and Refining: Group III base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. Although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. They are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. Group III base oils have become more common in America in the last decade.

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Base Oil

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Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear.

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Base Oil U 150

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 150 Metric Ton

he isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level. These base oils are also claimable as “synthetic” according to the ruling by the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus and have the following characteristics, which closely match conventional synthetics like PAOs.

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Re-refined Base Oil

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recycling your used motor oil keeps it out of our rivers, lakes, streams and even the ground water. in many cases, that means keeping it out of our drinking water, off our beaches, and away from wildlife. we all share the responsibility of protecting our environment and keeping our waters safe. recycling used oil allows us to continue to enjoy what many of us take for granted every day – clean water. there are many practical uses for used motor oil. a primary use is to re-refine it into a base stock for lubricating oil. this process is very similar to the refining of crude oil. the result is that the re-refined oil is of as high a quality as a virgin oil product.

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Base Oil 60n

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group iii base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. they are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. group iii base oils have become more common in america in the last decade. grades - 60n , 70n 100n 150n and 250n named according to their viscosity(cst) at 100 these products are very high vi base oils produced under all-hydro processing route (hydro cracking, wax hydro isomerization and hydro finishing). the isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level.

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Base Oil N100

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group iii base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. they are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. group iii base oils have become more common in america in the last decade.

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Base Oil N250

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GROUP III BASE OIL Group III base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. Although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. They are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. Group III base oils have become more common in America in the last decade.

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Base Oil Sn 150 Sales

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Base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 F, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. Base stocks are classified inot various grades including Neutral, Solvent Neutral, Bright Stocks, The most common names are for group I (SN: Solvent Neutral), for group II (N: Neutrals) and group III grade names refer to the viscosity (4cst, 6cst, 8cst …).

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Base Oil N150

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Grades - 60N , 70N 100N 150N and 250N named according to their viscosity(cSt) at 100 These products are very high VI base oils produced under all-hydro processing route (hydro cracking, wax hydro isomerization and hydro finishing). The isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level. These base oils are also claimable as “synthetic” according to the ruling by the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus and have the following characteristics, which closely match conventional synthetics like PAOs.

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Lubricant Base Oil Sales

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  • Brand Name Alfa BIPL
  • Expiration Date Never Expired

We offer base oil.

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Base Oil N70- Group 3

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  • Brand Name Alfa BIPL
  • Expiration Date Never Expired

Group III base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. Although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. They are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. Group III base oils have become more common in America in the last decade.

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Base oil N500

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Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear. Grades - 60N, 100N , 150N , 500N 600N and 150BS Manufactured by using hydro treating and Texaco's MEK (Methyl-Ethyl-Ketone) de-waxing process. These oils are widely accepted in the industrial, marine and mechanic oils as well as in automotive engine oils.

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Recycled Base Oil

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  • Brand Name Alfa

As part of our superior quality base oil product range, we are proud to offer industrial grade recycled base oil, which is processed from used base crude oil. Processed using best technology and high tech machines, our recycled base oil is guaranteed for minimal impurities. why our recycled base oil ? minimum impurities processed from used base oilsuperior qualitylight viscosity upto accepted pump-ability standards widely used in petro chemicals industry lubricants manufacturing unitrefineries.

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  • Specifications
    ParameterSN-150-UFSN-300-UFTest Method
    AppearanceLight ViscousMedium ViscousVisual
    Colour5.5 - 6.05.5 - 6.0ASTM -D 1500
    Density at 15 deg C0.86 - 0.880.87 - 0.89ASTM -D 1298
    Viscosity at 40 deg C, Cst28 - 3246 - 50ASTM -D 445
    Flash point, Deg C, Min139201ASTM -D 92
    Total Acid Number, mg KOH/g< 0.05< 0.05ASTM -D 664
    Crackle Test/MoistureNegativeNegativeStandard Method
    Pour Point. Deg C max-6-6ASTM -D 97
    Copper Strip Corrossion, max11ASTM -D 130
    Conradson Carbon Residue, % w/w< 0.5< 0.5ASTM -D 189
    Ash Content,% w/w0.010.01ASTM -D 482
    Sulphur Content, % w/w< 1.5< 1.5ASTM -D 4927
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Virgin Recycled Base Oil

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Modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic.

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Base Oil BS 150

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Group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use Group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications. Group I base stocks contain less than 90 percent saturates andor greater than .03 percent sulfur and have viscosity index greater than or equal to 80 and less than 120.

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Recycled Base Oil U150

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Recycling your used motor oil keeps it out of our rivers, lakes, streams and even the ground water. In many cases, that means keeping it out of our drinking water, off our beaches, and away from wildlife. We all share the responsibility of protecting our environment and keeping our waters safe. Recycling used oil allows us to continue to enjoy what many of us take for granted every day – clean water. There are many practical uses for used motor oil. A primary use is to re-refine it into a base stock for lubricating oil. This process is very similar to the refining of crude oil. The result is that the re-refined oil is of as high a quality as a virgin oil product. A secondary use of the used oil is to burn it for energy. Large industrial boilers can efficiently burn the used oil with minimum pollution. As a result some used oil is sent to power plants or cement kilns to be burned as fuel. On a smaller scale small quantities of used oil are burned in specially designed heaters to provide space heating for small businesses.

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Recycled Base oil U300

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Recycling your used motor oil keeps it out of our rivers, lakes, streams and even the ground water. In many cases, that means keeping it out of our drinking water, off our beaches, and away from wildlife. We all share the responsibility of protecting our environment and keeping our waters safe. Recycling used oil allows us to continue to enjoy what many of us take for granted every day – clean water. There are many practical uses for used motor oil. A primary use is to re-refine it into a base stock for lubricating oil. This process is very similar to the refining of crude oil. The result is that the re-refined oil is of as high a quality as a virgin oil product.

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Recycled Base Oil U150 Sales

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A secondary use of the used oil is to burn it for energy. Large industrial boilers can efficiently burn the used oil with minimum pollution. As a result some used oil is sent to power plants or cement kilns to be burned as fuel. On a smaller scale small quantities of used oil are burned in specially designed heaters to provide space heating for small businesses.

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Virgin Base Oil

We are One of the Leading Virgin Base Oil Manufacturers, Exporters and Suppliers Based in Singapore. We Offer Excellent Virgin Base Oil, Which is Processed Using Advanced Technology and Distillation Process. Available in Different Grades, Our Virgin Base Oil Has Carved Niche in Markets Across the Globe. why Our Virgin Base Oil ? processed Using Advanced Technologyuse of Superior Raw Crude Oilminimum Impurity Presencetested as per International Quality Standards widely Used In refineriespetro Chemicals Industrylubricants Manufacturing Unit specificationstestunitsmethods150 Sn500 Sndensity@ 15 Ocastm-d 4052to Be Reported-colour - Max-astm-d 150012flash Point Coc - Minocastm-d 92210227flash Point Pmcc- Minocastm-d 93200+200+furfural Content - Maxppmm- 141455pour Point - Maxocastm-d 97-12-6viscosity @ 40 Occstastm-d 445283191101viscosity @ 100 Occstastm-d 445--viscosity Index - Min-astm-d 22709595carbon Residue - Maxwt %astm-d 189-0.1sulfer Content - Maxwt %astm-d 42940.61neutralization No - Maxmg Kohgmastm-d 6640.050.05copper Strip Corrosion - Max100 -â°c3 Hrsastm-d 1301a1aash-maxwt %astm-d 4820.010.01appearence-visualc & Bc & B base Oil Sn500specificationsmin.typ.max.methodkinematic Viscosity @ 40 Occst-96-astm D-445kinematic Viscosity @ 100 Occst10.2-115astm D-445viscosity Index-95--astm D-2270flash Point (coc)oc230--6astm D-92pour Pointoc--0.15astm D-97carbon Residue (conradson)wt%-0.080.05astm D-189total Acid Numbermgkohg--astm D-664demulsibilitywt%-pass-astm D-1401sulfur Content--0.7-astm D-1552color--2.5-astm D-1500density @ 15 Ockgm3-885-astm D-1298copper Corrosion (3 Hrs @ 100 Oc)--nil-astm D-130foamml-nil-astm D-892 base Oil Sn150specificationsmin.typ.max.methodkinematic Viscosity @ 40 Occst-38-astm D-445kinematic Viscosity @ 100 Occst4.6-5.6astm D-445viscosity Index-100--astm D-2270flash Point (coc)oc190--astm D-92pour Pointoc---6astm D-97carbon Residue (conradson)wt%-0.06-astm D-189total Acid Numbermgkohg--0.05astm D-664demulsibility--pass-astm D-1401sulfur Contentwt%0.15-0.6astm D-1552color--0.51astm D-1500density @ 15 Ockgm3-875-astm D-1298copper Corrosion (3 Hrs @ 100 Oc)---1aastm D-130foamml-nil-astm D-892

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Base Oil Sn 150

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Grades - 60N , 70N 100N 150N and 250N named according to their viscosity(cSt) at 100 These products are very high VI base oils produced under all-hydro processing route (hydro cracking, wax hydro isomerization and hydro finishing). The isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level. These base oils are also claimable as “synthetic” according to the ruling by the National Advertising Division (NAD) of the Council of Better Business Bureaus and have the following characteristics, which closely match conventional synthetics like PAOs.

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Base Oil U 300

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These days, it is relatively common for people to recycle paper, glass and metals (aluminum and steel). The infrastructure and services for this recycling activity are available and relatively well understood. However the recycling of petroleum products is less well known and sometimes confusing. Regulators and recycling agencies have effectively communicated with businesses the need for and benefits of recycling used oil but more can be done to communicate with individuals who work on their cars or trucks in the garage at home. Recycling your used motor oil keeps it out of our rivers, lakes, streams and even the ground water. In many cases, that means keeping it out of our drinking water, off our beaches, and away from wildlife. We all share the responsibility of protecting our environment and keeping our waters safe. Recycling used oil allows us to continue to enjoy what many of us take for granted every day – clean water.

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Base Oil 70n

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group iii base oils are subjected to the highest level of mineral oil refining of the base oil groups. although they are not chemically engineered, they offer good performance in a wide range of attributes as well as good molecular uniformity and stability. they are commonly mixed with additives and marketed as synthetic or semi-synthetic products. group iii base oils have become more common in america in the last decade. grades - 60n , 70n 100n 150n and 250n named according to their viscosity(cst) at 100 these products are very high vi base oils produced under all-hydro processing route (hydro cracking, wax hydro isomerization and hydro finishing). the isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level.

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Heavy Base Oil

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  • Color Yellow
  • Brand Name ALFA

We are offering heavy base oil. base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Virgin Base Oil

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  • Color Reddish Yellow
  • Brand Name ALFA

We are offering Virgin Base Oil. Introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. Most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. The final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Virgin Grade Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 100 Metric Ton
  • Color Black
  • Brand Name ALFA
  • Virgin Base Oil Base Oil Lubricant

We are offering virgin grade base oil. Introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. Most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. The final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Virgin Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 100 Metric Ton
  • Color Reddish Yellow
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We are offering Virgin Base Oil - Re Refined. introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. this oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group i (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. the petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. the initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. the feedstock used is crude oil. this substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. the distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. in other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. when the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. their cold properties are excellent.

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Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 100 Metric Ton
  • Color Reddish Yellow

We are offering base oil - virgin grade (sn 150). introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Light Base Oil

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 100 Metric Ton
  • Color Yellow
  • Brand Name ALFA

We are offering light base oil. base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. Most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. The final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Base Oil - Virgin Grade

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 100 Metric Ton
  • Color Yellowish Red
  • Brand Name ALFA
  • Base Oil Virgin Grade Base Oil Specification

We are offering base oil - virgin grade. introduction to base oil. base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Vergined Lubricant Base Oil

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We are a professionally managed Singapore registered exporters of various commodities including Bitumen & Base Oil. Base Oil , both Virgin & Re-Refined ( Recycled ) grades of SN150, SN300, SN500 are being exported in bulk, Flexitanks and in Steel drums. Base stocks are called by several names: Neutrals (SN100, SN150, 6SN650, ), Bright Stocks, Grades (SAE 5, 10�; ISO 22, 32..). The most common names are for group I (SN: Solvent Neutral), for group II (N: Neutrals) and group III grade names refer to the viscosity (4cst, 6cst, 8cst �). Group Viscosity Index Saturates Sulphur in % Description I 80-120 0.03% Conventional (Solvents) II 80-120 = 90% = 0.03% Requires Hydro-processing III >120 = 90% = 0.03% Requires severe Hydro-processing, IV PolyAlphaOlefins (PAO) V --- All other basestocks not in Group I � IV including other synthetics

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Base Lubricant Oil Supply

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  • Min. Order (MOQ) 200 Metric Ton

We offer lubricant base oil, vergined base oil. That the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. there are five specific categories of base oils. These categories define the type of base stock the oil is formulated from. The categories are as follows. Note that the base oil group category is followed by the manufacturing method (in bold print) and then a description of the oil characteristics for each category. group I - solvent freezing: group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications (hh). group ii - hydro processing and refining: group ii base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear (hh).

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Singapore Virgin Base Oil

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Group I - Solvent Freezing: Group 1 base oils are the least refined of all the groups. They are usually a mix of different hydrocarbon chains with little or no uniformity. While some automotive oils on the market use Group I stocks, they are generally used in less demanding applications (hh). Group II - Hydro processing and Refining: Group II base oils are common in mineral based motor oils currently available on the market. They have fair to good performance in lubricating properties such as volatility, oxidative stability and flashfire points. They have only fair performance in areas such as pour point, cold crank viscosity and extreme pressure wear (hh).

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Base Oil Sn 150

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We are offering synthetic base oil.

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Virgin Base Oil Sales

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Base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 F, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. Base stocks are classified inot various grades including Neutral, Solvent Neutral, Bright Stocks, The most common names are for group I (SN: Solvent Neutral), for group II (N: Neutrals) and group III grade names refer to the viscosity (4cst, 6cst, 8cst …).

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Base Oil N 250 Production

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  • Brand Name Alfa BIPL

We offer synthetic base oil and base oil.grades - 60n , 70n 100n 150n and 250n named according to their viscosity(cst) at 100 these products are very high vi base oils produced under all-hydro processing route (hydro cracking, wax hydro isomerization and hydro finishing). The isomerization process and severe hydro cracking and hydro finishing process almost completely removes impurities and saturates aromatics to only a traceable level. these base oils are also claimable as �synthetic� according to the ruling by the national advertising division (nad) of the council of better business bureaus and have the following characteristics, which closely match conventional synthetics like paos.

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Base Oil

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  • Brand Name ALFA

We are offering Base Oil. Introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. the hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. the final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Virgin Grade Base Oil

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  • Brand Name ALFA
  • Color Yellowish red
  • Virgin grade Base oil Lubricant Base Oil

Introduction to base oil base oil is the name given to lubrication grade oils initially produced from refining crude oil (mineral base oil) or through chemical synthesis (synthetic base oil). Base oil is typically defined as oil with a boiling point range between 550 and 1050 f, consisting of hydrocarbons with 18 to 40 carbon atoms. This oil can be either paraffinic or napthenic in nature depending on the chemical structure of the molecules. base stocks are classified inot various grades including neutral, solvent neutral, bright stocks, the most common names are for group I (sn: solvent neutral), for group ii (n: neutrals) and group iii grade names refer to the viscosity understanding base oil base oils lubricants have been around since ancient times. The petroleum-based lubricants business started in mid 1800s. The initial processing was limited to separation by boiling point. most people know the key driver of the production for lubricants are base oils. mineral base oil modern mineral base oils are the result of a long and complex distillation and refining processes. The feedstock used is crude oil. This substance is not of uniform quality but consists of several thousands of hydrocarbon compounds in which the elements carbon and hydrogen are present in all molecules and, in part, are bound to other elements. The hydrocarbons can be divided into three main groups: paraffinic, naphthenic and aromatic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons can be further divided into two subgroups: normal paraffinic and iso- paraffinic. Paraffinic hydrocarbons are the best lubricants. The distillation process in the refinery separates the hydrocarbons contained in the crude into cuts based on the molecule size. furthermore, as many unwanted substances as possible are removed in the process, such as sulphur, aromatic hydrocarbons, paraffin wax, etc. In other words the mineral oil production process is physical cleaning and the end product is so-called paraffinic base oil. Most of the hydrocarbons in the base oil are paraffinic, but it also contains naphthenic and aromatic molecules. When the finished lubricant, such as motor oil, is made of these, several additive compounds are used to improve the base oil properties. The final outcome can also be so-called naphthenic base oil, where most of the hydrocarbons are naphthenic. Their cold properties are excellent.

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Base Oil Virgin Grade

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  • Color Reddish Yellow
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We offer base oil virgin grade. Paving grade bitumen manufactured to a tighter specification than prescribed in as 2008 and is suitable for standard sealing and lightly trafficked asphalt applications. Bitumen used in road construction and maintenance are refined and blended to meet strict road engineering requirements and industry specifications. Paving grade bitumen’s are categorised according to viscosity (degree of fluidity) gradings. Class 170 is widely used in sprayed sealing and light asphalt applications to provide durability and fatigue resistance. It is also used to manufacture cutback bitumen, bitumen emulsions and modified bitumen. Class 320 is most commonly used to manufacture asphalt mixes while class 600 is primarily used to manufacture extra heavy-duty asphalt pavements that need to endure substantial traffic loadings.

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