Petrochemical and Refineries Products

 

Base Oil

Base oils are used to manufacture products including lubricating greases, motor oil and metal processing fluids.

Iso Butanol (IB)

Iso butanol is a clear, mobile, neutral liquid with a characteristic odor. It is miscible with all common solvents, e.g., alcohols, ketones, aldehydes, ethers, glycols, and aromatic and aliphatic hydro carbons, but is only sparingly soluble in water.
Applications:

Solvent for printing inks

Solubilizer in the textile industry

Extractant in the production of drugs and natural substances

Additive in polishes and cleaners, e.g., floor cleaners and stain removers

Dehydrating agent

Feedstock in the production of glycol ethers, isobutyl acrylate, flotation aids
Starting material for the production of wear inhibitors and anticorrosion additives in engine oils

mobile phase in paper and thin-layer chromatography and humectant for cellulose nitrate

Bitumen

The bitumen is provided during the process of oxidation of vacuum bottom in bitumen production units.

“40/50” due to its medium air blowing and penetration, is used in tropical areas.
“60/70” due to its medium air blowing and penetration, is used in mild areas.
“85/100” due to its relatively low air blowing and penetration, is used in cold areas.

Oxidized Bitumen

Oxidized bitumen is produced by either continuous or Staggered Blowing Process. Heated Penetration Grade bitumen under controlled environment is blown with air which controls the oil content in the bitumen while it oxidized. The different grades for suited applications produced are designated by two numbers to indicate the mid-points of their softening point and penetration ranges.

Applications:
Oxidized Bitumen has a wide variety of industrial applications

As a bonding bitumen for roofing sheet membranes

As a hot applied waterproofing layer

Carpet tile manufacture

As a raw material for liquid bitumen coatings

For production of bituminous pains, mastic

For rust proof pipe coatings

Used as an anti-slip layer compound in the piling industry

Used for production of roofing and sound dampening felts, Used as under carriage sealant in the    automobile industry, electric cable joint protection, joint filling compound, sealant compound and  many more in our day to day life.

Paraffin Wax

 Light and Heavy Slack Wax

 Mono Ethanolamine (MEA)

 Diethanolamine (DEA)

 Triethanolamine (TEA)

 Rubber Process Oil (RPO)

An oil composition which has a kinematic viscosity at 100 °C of from 32 to 50 cSt and which contains less than 3%. Polynuclear aromatic compounds is employed as a process oil for rubber compounds, especially aromatic rubbers. The process oil is compatible with aromatic rubbers.

 Mono Ethylene Glycol (MEG)

 Di Ethylene Glycol (DEG)

 Polyethylene Glycol (PEG)

Polyethylene glycols are non-toxic, odorless, neutral, lubricating, nonvolatile and nonirritating and are used in a variety of pharmaceuticals and in medications as a solvent, dispersing agent, ointment and suppository bases, vehicle, and tablet excipient.
Liquid Forms:

PEG-200
PEG-300
PEG-400
PEG-600

Solid Forms:

PEG-1000
PEG-1500
PEG-2000
PEG-3000
PEG-3350
PEG-4000
PEG-6000

PEG-7000

Toluene Di-Isocyanates (TDI)

Toluene diisocyanate (TDI) is a chemical used in the production of polyurethanes, primarily for flexible foam applications including furniture, bedding and carpet underlay, as well as packaging applications.

TDI is also used in the manufacture of coatings, sealants, adhesives and elastomers. In transportation applications, TDI helps produce lighter automobile parts, saving weight, which leads to improvements in fuel efficiency and thus energy conservation.

Vinyl Acetate Monomer (VAM)

Vinyl Acetate is a colorless, low-viscous, flammable liquid with an ester-like odor. It is miscible with a number of solvents, but not with water. Vinyl Acetate forms explosive mixtures with air.

Applications:
For copolymerization and terpolymerization with other monomers
Paints
Adhesives
Coatings for flexible substrates
Magnetic wire
Interlayers for safety glass
wash primers and coatings

Styrene-butadiene Rubber (SBR) and Polybutadiene rubber (PBR)

Styrene-Butadiene Rubber

Styrene-Butadiene Rubber “1502” is produced by a technology of cold emulsion copolymerization based on soaps of rosin and fatty acids and contains 23.5% of chemically bonded styrene. It is coagulated by a system of acid and synthetic coagulant and stabilized by a non-staining antioxidant.

Polybutadiene Rubber

BR-1220 is a stereo specific high Cis-1,4 polybutadiene. It is manufactured by a solution process using a cobalt catalyst which produces polymers with a low level of impurities. BR-1220 contains a non-staining high quality stabilizer system, too.