Iran naphtha

Iraning naphtha

Iran naphtha is a general term that has been used for over two thousand years to refer to flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixtures. Mixtures labeled naphtha have been produced from natural gas condensates, petroleum distillates, and the distillation of coal tar and peat. It is used diversely in different industries and regions to refer to gross products like crude or refined products such as kerosene.

 

Analysis

Unit

limit

Test Method

Density @ 15.0 ·c

Kg/m3

0.700-0.765

ASTM D1298

Distillation

·c

 

ASTM D86

I.B.P

·c

75-90

ASTM D86

F.B.P

·c

170-200

ASTM D86

Residue

%Vol

0.5-1.5

ASTM D86

Loss

%Vol

0.5-1.5

ASTM D86

Total Sulphur

%Wt

0.05-0.15

ASTM D1266

Vapour Pressure

K.Pa

13-24

ASTM D323

H2S

PPM

Trace

IP-103

Colour, Saybolt

-

25 min

ASTM D1500

Bromine Number

Mg/100ml

1 max

ASTM D1159

Paraffin Content

%Vol

50-70

GC

Olefins Content

%Vol

0.5-1

GC

Naphthene Content

%Vol

15-30

GC

Aromatics Content

%Vol

10-18

GC

Lead (PB)

P.P.B

20 max

UOP-350

Cupper

PPM

0.03-0.07

A.A

Silicon

PPM

Trace

A.A

Nitrogen

PPM

1 max

UOP-313

Water Content

PPM

300 max

ASTM E1064

Chloride

PPM

5-10

UOP-799

As

P.P.B

10 max

A.A

C/H Ratio

%Vol

5.5-6.5

Calculate

Gum Existent

Mg/100ml

1

ASTM D381

 

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