Dow Aromatics fuel oil blending component products are mixtures of (mainly unsaturated) C9 to C15 components. They originate from the high temperature cracking of petroleum fractions and are separated out of pyrolysis gasoline (pygas) by distillation during the production of benzene.
The main application of Quench Oil is to be blended into fuel oils such as bunker fuels and fluxants.
|Product||Description||Regional Availability||Specific Gravity (°C)||Est. IBP/FBP1
|Quench Oil||Oil originating from the quench section of an ethylene cracker||U. S.||See note2||See note2||See note2||
1IBP = Initial Boiling Point, FBP = Final Boiling Point
2Note: Ask Technical Services & Development for typical data or specific information.
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