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    Kerosene (TS 1) 2710192900

    Kerosene (TS 1)
    Kerosene (TS 1)
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    • Availability: In stock
    • Packaging: кг.
    • SKU: 27208501
    • ТН ВЭД: 2710192900
    • Status: предоплата
    • Brand name: Европа
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    Kerosene - mixtures of hydrocarbons (from C12 to C15), boiling away in the temperature range 140-220 ° C, a flammable liquid obtained by distillation or rectification of petroleum.

    Density 0.78—0.85 g / cm³ (at 20 ° С), viscosity 1.2 - 4.5 mm2 / s (at 20 ° C), flash point 28-72 ° C, heat of combustion approx. 43 MJ / kg.

    Kerosene is used as a jet fuel, a combustible component of liquid rocket fuel, a fuel when firing glass and porcelain products, for household heating and lighting devices, in devices for cutting metals, as a solvent, raw materials for the oil refining industry.

    Kerosene TS-1 (aviation) can be used for degreasing surfaces, washing parts in electrical repair and mechanical workshops, dilution of a number of paints and varnishes, for use in household heating and lighting devices, as fuel in devices for cutting metals.

    Depending on the chemical composition and the method of processing the oil from which the kerosene is obtained, into its composition includes:

    • saturated aliphatic hydrocarbons - 20-60%
    • impurities of sulfur, nitrogen or oxygen compounds.

    Aviation kerosene n, or aviation kerosene, serves in aircraft engines not only as fuel, but also a refrigerant and is used to lubricate parts of fuel systems. Therefore, it should have good antiwear (characterized by a decrease in wear of rubbing surfaces in the presence of fuel) and low temperature properties, high thermal oxidative stability and high specific heat of combustion.

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    Aviation kerosene n, or aviation kerosene, serves in aircraft engines not only as fuel, but also as a refrigerant and is used to lubricate parts of fuel systems. Therefore, it should have good antiwear (characterized by a decrease in wear of rubbing surfaces in the presence of fuel) and low temperature properties, high thermal oxidative stability and high specific heat of combustion.

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    Aviation kerosene n, or aviation kerosene, serves in aircraft engines not only as fuel, but also as a refrigerant and is used to lubricate parts of fuel systems. Therefore, it should have good antiwear (characterized by a decrease in wear of rubbing surfaces in the presence of fuel) and low temperature properties, high thermal oxidative stability and high specific heat of combustion.

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    Aviation kerosene n, or aviation kerosene, serves in aircraft engines not only as fuel, but also as a coolant and is used to lubricate parts of fuel systems. Therefore, it should have good antiwear (characterized by a decrease in wear of rubbing surfaces in the presence of fuel) and low temperature properties, high thermal oxidative stability and high specific heat of combustion.

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    Aviation kerosene n, or aviation kerosene, serves in aircraft engines not only as fuel, but also as a coolant and is used to lubricate parts of fuel systems. Therefore, it must have good antiwear (characterized by a decrease in wear of rubbing surfaces in the presence of fuel) and low temperature properties, high thermal oxidative stability and high specific heat of combustion.

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    Specifications
    Closeness0,78-0,85 ã/ñì³ (at 20°С)
    Viscidity1,2 - 4,5 ìì2/ñ (at 20°С)

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