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Ethylene Oxide Cartridges

Ethylene oxide, properly called oxirane, is a cyclic ether. It is one of the most important raw materials used in large-scale chemical production. Most ethylene oxide is used for synthesis of ethylene glycols, including diethylene glycol and triethylene glycol. Other important products include ethylene glycol ethers, ethanolamines and ethoxylates. Among glycols, ethylene glycol is used as antifreeze, in the production of polyester and polyethylene terephthalate (PET – raw material for plastic bottles), liquid coolants and solvents.

Ethylene Oxide (EO)

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity %Wt 99.9 MIN MA – 773
Color Pt-Co 5 MAX DC – 139
Water Content ppm 100 MAX VC – 261A
Aldehydes as Acetaldehyde ppm (wt) 30 MAX DC -163/A
Acidity ppm (wt) 20 MAX DC – 138
Residue gr/100ML 0.003 MAX DC – 133
Acetylene ppm - S – 414 – C
Suspended Matter %Wt - DC – 139
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Polymer Sheets

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) is a polyethylene thermoplastic made from petroleum. It is sometimes called “alkathene” or “polythene” when used for pipes. With a high strength-to-density ratio, HDPE is used in the production of plastic bottles, corrosion-resistant piping, geomembranes, and plastic lumber. HDPE is commonly recycled, and has the number “2” as its resin identification code.
Linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) is a substantially linear polymer, with significant numbers of short branches, commonly made by copolymerization of ethylene with longer-chain olefins. Linear low-density polyethylene differs structurally from conventional low-density polyethylene (LDPE) because of the absence of long chain branching. The linearity of LLDPE results from the different manufacturing processes of LLDPE and LDPE. In general, LLDPE is produced at lower temperatures and pressures by copolymerization of ethylene and such higher alpha-olefins as butene, hexene, or octene. The copolymerization process produces an LLDPE polymer that has a narrower molecular weight distribution than conventional LDPE and in combination with the linear structure, significantly different rheological properties.
Polypropylene (PP), also known as polypropene, is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications including packaging and labeling, textiles (e.g., ropes, thermal underwear and carpets), stationery, plastic parts and reusable containers of various types, laboratory equipment, loudspeakers, automotive components, and polymer banknotes. An addition polymer made from the monomer propylene, it is rugged and unusually resistant to many chemical solvents, bases and acids.

Extrusion- PIPE (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AM 5010 T2 N (EX3) 0.45 0.945 PE-80 Pressure pipe, e.g. drinking water and gas pipes, waste pipes and sewer pipes, their fittings and also sheets (natural grade).
AM 5010 T2 B (EX3B) 0.45 0.954 PE-80 Pressure pipes, e.g. drinking water and gas pipes, waste pipes and sewer pipes, their fittings and also sheets (black grade)
AM 5010 T3 N 0.43 0.944 High quality PE-80 pressure pipe for gas and water transportation (natural grade).
AM 5010 T3 B 0.43 0.954 High quality PE-80 pressure pipe for gas and water transportation (black grade).
AM CRP 100 N (PE – 100 W) 0.22 0.948 Top quality PE-100 pressure pipes for gas and water transportation at higher pressures or with thinner walls as PE-80(natural grade).
AM CRP 100 B PE – 100 B 0.22 0.957 Leading PE-100 for pressure pipes for all purposes for gas, water and sewage transportation (black grade).
AM CRP 100 Blue
(PE – 100 Blue)
0.22 0.948 Leading PE-100, specially for drinking water (blue marker)

Extrusion – Stretched Film And Tape (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AF 7740 F (EX 1) 1.6 0.944 Stretched films and tapes for production of high quality knitted and woven.
AF 7740 F2 (EX1 S) 1.8 0.944 Tapes to be used for agricultural packaging and as protective cover.

Extrusion – Tubular Film (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AM 9450 F  (EX5) 0.28 0.949 For blown films with paper like quality, suitable for counter bags, carrier bags and wrapping films, excellent processing.
AM 9450 F1 (EX5 HS) 0.24 0.95 For blown films with paper like quality, suitable for counter bags, carrier bags and wrapping films, excellent processing and sealability.
AM 9455 F (EX4) 0.28 0.956 For blown films with paper like quality, suitable for counter bags, carrier bags and wrapping films, excellent processing stiffer than HM 9450 F.
AM 9455 F1 (EX4 HS) 0.24 0.957 For blown films with paper like quality, suitable for counter bags, carrier bags and wrapping films, excellent processing, stiffer than HM9450 F1.
AM 9445 HT (EX6 HT) 0.18 0.944 For blown films with paper like quality, suitable for counter bags, carrier bags and wrapping film, excellent processing with high tenacity.

Extrusion – Filment (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AF 7750 M2 (EX2 S) 3.3 0.956 Monofilament for fishing notes, geo textiles and civil engineering.

 Extrusion – Filment (Innovene License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
HD 5710 AA 0.9 0.957 Ropes, nets, knitted sacks, woven fabrics.

Extrusion – Cable Insulation (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AF 7450 K (EX 7C) 3.5 0.946 Wire and cable insulation

HDPE-Injection Molding (Basell License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
AA  7260 (I1) 52 0.957 Light weight household and disposable articles
AB 6450 (I2) 28 0.95 Household articles less hard and less rigid than I1
AC  7260 (I3) 23 0.957 Transport and stacking crates, particular bottle crates
AD 7255 (I4) 11 0.954 Tick walled, highly stressed transport containers, e.g. refuse bin and fish crates, screw caps and cable clips.

HDPE-Injection Molding (Innovene License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
HD 5120 EA 2.3 0.95 Heavy duty and High ESCR application.
HD 5740 UA 4 0.955 UV resistance for thick components such as large refuse bins and pallets, boxes and dust bins.
HD 5050 EA 4.5 0.95 Heavy duty, High ESCR applications such as screw stopper. Caps & closures.
HD 5050 UA 4.5 0.95 Large dust bins & pails. Pallet boxes. Products with high ESCR and UV resistance.
HD 6070 EA 7 0.958 General purpose grade for rigid items such as fish boxes, Crates and tote boxes.
HD 6070 UA 7 0.958 UV stabilized for rigid items such as fish boxes, Crates and toys.
HD 5211 EA 11 0.949 Thin component, such as houseware and toys
HD 5211 UA 11 0.949 UV stabilized for thin component, such as houseware and toys
HD 5813 EA 13 0.954 Components requiring high rigidity, houseware and crates.
HD 5813 UA 13 0.954 UV stabilized for components requiring high rigidity, houseware and crates.
HD 5218 EA 18 0.952 Thin components such as food container, houseware and toys.
HD 5620 EA 20 0.956 General purpose.
HD 5226 EA 26 0.953 Thin wall injection application, housewares, caps and closures.
HD 5150 EA 55 0.958 High flow applications, Houseware, Food packaging.

C4 – LLDPE-Blown Film (Innovene License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
LL 0205 AF 0.5 0.92 Produce bag, medium duty sacks, refuse sacks, agricultural film.
LL 0205 HF 0.5 0.92 Liner bag, medium duty sacks, refuse sacks, agricultural film.
LL 0209 AF 0.9 0.92 Sealing layer, lamination, carrier and industrial bags.
LL 0209 AA 0.9 0.92 Liner bags, builders reel, Co-extrusion, shrink silage, green house and mulch film.
LL 0209 KJ 0.9 0.92 Liner bags, deep freeze film, garment wrap, refuse and heavy duty sacks.
LL 1209 AA 0.9 0.92 Lamination film.
LL 1209 KJ 0.9 0.92 Lamination film, display packaging, co-extrusion
LL 0410 AA 1 0.925 Thin film, shrink film. Blending component with PP.
LL 0410 KJ 1 0.925 Thin film, carrier bags, garment wrap.

C6 – LLDPE-Blown Film (Innovene License)

Grade Name MFR(gr/10min) (5kg,190OC) Density Application
LL 6206 AF 0.6 0.92 Heavy duty sacks, agricultural film, mulch film
LL 6206 LJ 0.6 0.921 Mulch film, mailing film
LL 6209 KJ 0.9 0.921 carrier bags, mailing film, refuse bag
LL 6409 AA 0.9 0.924 Lamination, sealing layers in co-extrusion
LL 6409 KJ 0.9 0.925 Lamination, sealing layers in co-extrusion

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Sulphur

Molten Sulphur is a pale yellow crystalline solid with a faint odor of rotten eggs. Insoluble in water. Used in sulfuric acid production, petroleum refining, and pulp and paper manufacturing. It is present in an ever widening presence in many industries. Besides the traditional sources of sulfur, such as refineries and natural gas plants, and the well known users of sulfur, such as sulfuric acid plants and fertilizer production, sulfur has become a common feedstock in more conventional chemical production such as tire and rubber additives, polymer production, and even food products.

Molten Sulphur

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity (on dry basis) %Wt 99.5 ASTM D 4239
Ash Content %Wt 0.002-0.02 ASTM D 1509
Acid as H2SO4 %Wt 0.001-0.03 ASTM D 1613
Hydrocarbon RI 0.03 ASTM D 4113
Color - Bright Yellow -
Packing - Bulk -
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Granular Fertilizer

Urea is the world’s most commonly used nitrogen fertilizer and indeed more urea is manufactured by mass than any other organic chemical. Containing 46% N, it is the most concentrated nitrogen fertilizer, and is readily available as free-flowing prills (granules). While over 90% of urea produced is used as a fertilizer, it has other uses, which include the manufacture of the melamine, used in melamine-methanal resins. Urea itself also forms important resins. An increasingly important use of urea is in reducing air pollution from diesel engines in cars, buses and lorries.

Specifications

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Nitrogen %Wt 2 max AOAC (1995) Method 955.04 (2.4.03)
Biuret %Wt Report AOAC (1995) Method 960.04 (2.4.03)
Moisture %Wt Report AOAC (1995) Method 972.01 (2.2.03)
Formaldehyde %Wt 50 UKF SBB 0071-02-E,ED,2 (1982)
Particle Size 2.0-4.0 min by %Wt 55 IV-A TFI-1982
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Gas Oil

Diesel fuel in general is any liquid fuel used in diesel engines, whose fuel detonation takes place, without spark, as a result of compression of the inlet air mixture and then injection of fuel. Diesel engines have found broad use as a result of higher thermodynamic efficiency and thus fuel efficiency. This is used for trucks, railroad, aircraft, military vehicles, cars, tractors and other heavy equipment.

Specifications

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Color - 2 max ASTM D 1500
Cloud Point oC Report ASTM D 2500 or 5773
Cold Filter Plug Point oC Report ASTM D 6371/ IP 909
Cetane Index - 50 ASTM D 4737
Cetane Number - 55 ASTM D 613
Carbon Residue %Wt 0.2 ASTM D 4530
Particular Contaminates mg/L 20 max ASTM D 6217
Ash Content %Wt 0.01 max ASTM D 482
Appearance - Clear Visual
Acidity - 0.1 nil ASTM D 974
Copper Corrosion - 1 max ASTM D 130
Density @15oC kg/L 0.82-0.845 ASTM D 1298 or 4052
Distillation @90% recovery oC 357 ASTM D 88
Filter Plugging Tendency - 1.4 ASTM D 2088
Flash Point PMCC oC 54-62 ASTM D 93
Pour Point oC 0 ASTM D 5948
Total Aromatics %Wt 10 ASTM D 5186
Sulfur Content %Wt 0.5-0.7 ASTM D 4294
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Granulated Sulfur

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Product: Granulated SulfurOrigin: IranQuantity: Min. 1 FCL to larger quantitiesDelivery Terms: FOB BIK Port, IranPayment Terms: DLC on shipping document or 30% advance on cargo value and 70% on B/L
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Base Oil

Base oils are used to manufacture products including lubricating greases, motor oil and metal processing fluids. Different products require different compositions and properties in the oil. One of the most important factors is the liquid’s viscosity at various temperatures.

  • Group I consists of conventional petroleum base oils. API defines group I as “base stocks contain less than 90 percent saturates and/or greater than 0.03 percent sulfur and have a viscosity index greater than or equal to 80 and less than 120”.
  • Group II are base stocks contain greater than or equal to 90 percent saturates and less than or equal to 0.03 percent sulfur and have a viscosity index greater than or equal to 80 and less than 120″.
  • Group III are base stocks contain greater than or equal to 90 percent saturates and less than or equal to 0.03 percent sulfur and have a viscosity index greater than or equal to 120″. This group may be described as Synthetic Technology oils or Hydro-Cracked Synthetic oil. However, some oil companies may call their products under this group as synthetic oil.
  • Group IV consists of synthetic oils made of Poly-alpha-olefins. PAO oils are much more stable in extreme temperatures, which make much more suitable for use in very cold weather as well as very hot weather.
  • Group V are any type of base oil other than mentioned in the previously defined groups. They include, among others, naphthenic oils and esters.

Base Oil SN150

Properties Unit Min. Typical Max. Test Method
Kinematic Viscosity @40oC cSt 38 ASTM D 445
Kinematic Viscosity @100oC cSt 4.6 5.6 ASTM D 445
Viscosity Index - 100 ASTM D 2270
Flash Point (COC) oC 190 ASTM D 92
Pour Point oC -6 ASTM D 97
CCR %Wt 0.06 ASTM D 189
Total Acidity mgKOH/g 0.05 ASTM D 664
Demulsibility - Pass ASTM D 1401
Sulfur Content %Wt 0.15 0.6 ASTM D 1552
Color - 0.5 1 ASTM D 1500
Density @15oC kg/m³ 875 ASTM D 1298
Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @100oC - 1A ASTM D 130
Foam ml Nil ASTM D 892

Base Oil SN350

Properties Unit Min. Typical Max. Test Method
Kinematic Viscosity @40oC cSt 75 ASTM D 445
Kinematic Viscosity @100oC cSt 8.3 9.3 ASTM D 445
Viscosity Index - 95 ASTM D 2270
Flash Point (COC) oC 220 ASTM D 92
Pour Point oC -6 ASTM D 97
CCR %Wt 0.06 ASTM D 189
Total Acidity mgKOH/g 0.05 ASTM D 664
Demulsibility - Pass ASTM D 1401
Sulfur Content %Wt 0.15 0.6 ASTM D 1552
Color - 2 1 ASTM D 1500
Density @15oC kg/m³ 880 ASTM D 1298
Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs @100oC - 1A ASTM D 130
Foam ml Nil ASTM D 892

Base Oil SN500

Properties Unit Min. Typical Max. Test Method
Kinematic Viscosity @40oC cSt 96 ASTM D 445
Kinematic Viscosity @100oC cSt 10 11.5 ASTM D 445
Viscosity Index - 95 ASTM D 2270
Flash Point (COC) oC 230 ASTM D 92
Pour Point oC -6 ASTM D 97
CCR %Wt 0.08 0.15 ASTM D 189
Total Acidity mgKOH/g 0.05 ASTM D 664
Demulsibility - Pass ASTM D 1401
Sulfur Content %Wt 0.7 ASTM D 1552
Color - 2.5 ASTM D 1500
Density @15oC kg/m³ 885 ASTM D 1298
Copper Corrosion, 3 hrs@100oC - Nil ASTM D 130
Foam ml Nil ASTM D 892

Base Oil SN600

Properties Unit Specification
Sp. Gr. @15.5oC - 0.8850-0.8950
Color - 3.0 Max
Pour Point oC (-3) Max
Flash Point oC 225 min
Kinematic Viscosity @40oC cSt To be reported
Kinematic Viscosity @100oC cSt 12.5 – 13.5
Viscosity Index - 90 min
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Naphtha Oil

Naphtha is a general term that has been used for over two thousand years to refer to flammable liquid hydrocarbon mixtures. Mixtures labelled 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 oil or refined products such as kerosene. According to boiling points, Light naphtha is the fraction boiling between 30 oC and 90 oC and consists of molecules with 5–6 carbon atoms. Heavy naphtha boils between 90 oC and 200 oC and consists of molecules with 6–12 carbons. Based on hydrocarbon structure, Light is a mixture consisting mainly of straight-chained and cyclic aliphatic hydrocarbons having from five to nine carbon atoms per molecule. Heavy is a mixture consisting mainly of straight-chained and cyclic aliphatic hydrocarbons having from seven to nine carbons per molecule.

Light Naphtha

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Density@ 20 oC g/ml 0.73 – 0.76 ASTM D 1298
Lead Content ppb 10 Max A.A
IBP oC 60 Min ASTM D 86
FBP oC 180 Max ASTM D 86
Paraffinic & Naphthenic %Wt 70 Min G.C
Aromatic %Wt 30 Max G.C
Total Sulfur ppm 1700 Max ASTM D 4294
Color - Clear – Light Yellow Visual
RON - 75 Min Infrared

Heavy Naphtha

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
IBP oC 165 -179 ASTM D-86
0.1 oC 177-186 ASTM D-86
0.3 oC 182-194 ASTM D-87
0.5 oC 190-205 ASTM D-88
0.9 oC 250-280 ASTM D-89
FBP oC 297-330 ASTM D-90
Total Sulfur ppm (wt) 1400 Max. ASTM D-3120
Color ASTM 2.0 Max. ASTM D-1500
Flash point oC 58 Min. ASTM D-93
Density @ 15 oC g/ml 0.7800 – 0.8400 ASTM D-4052
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Ethanolamine

Monoethanolamine is used as feedstock in the production of detergents, emulsifiers, polishes, pharmaceuticals, corrosion inhibitors, chemical intermediates. Diethanolamine is used as a surfactant and a corrosion inhibitor. It is used to remove hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide from natural gas. In oil refineries, a DEA in water solution is commonly used to remove hydrogen sulfide from sour gas. It has an advantage over a similar amine ethanolamine in that a higher concentration may be used for the same corrosion potential. This allows refiners to scrub hydrogen sulfide at a lower circulating amine rate with less overall energy usage. DEA is a chemical feedstock used in the production of morpholine.
Triethanolamine is used primarily as an emulsifier and surfactant. It is a common ingredient in formulations used for both industrial and consumer products. The triethanolamine neutralizes fatty acids, adjusts and buffers the pH, and solubilizes oils and other ingredients that are not completely soluble in water. Some common products in which triethanolamine is found are liquid laundry detergents, dishwashing liquids, general cleaners, hand cleaners, polishes, metalworking fluids, paints, shaving cream and printing inks.

Monoethanol Amine (MEA)

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity %Wt 99.0 MIN MA 503
Sp. Gr. @20/20oC   1.017-1.019 ASTM D 891
Water %Wt 0.2 MAX ASTM D 1364
Equivalent MW   61-62.5 MA 238
Color Pt-Co 10 MAX ASTM D 1209

Diethanol Amine (DEA)

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity %Wt 98.5 MIN MA- 503
Water %Wt 0.15 MAX ASTM D 1364
MEA %Wt 0.6 MAX MA-503
TEA %Wt 0.8 MAX MA-503
Sp. Gr. @20/20°C - 1.09 – 1094 ASTM D 891
Equivalent Molecular Weight %Wt 104 – 106 MA-238
Color Pt-Co 15 MAX ASTM D 1209

Triethanol Amine 85% (TEA 85%)

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity %Wt 85.0 MIN MA – 503
Sp. Gr. @20/20oC - 1.122 – 1.130 ASTM D – 891
Water %Wt 0.20 MAX ASTM D -1364
MEA %Wt 0.50 MAX MA – 503
DEA %Wt 15 MAX MA – 503
Color Pt-Co 50 MAX ASTM D – 1209

Triethanol Amine 99% (TEA 99%)

Properties Unit Specification Test Method
Purity %Wt 99.0 MIN MA – 503
Sp. Gr. @20/20oC - 1.122 – 1.127 ASTM D 891
Water %Wt 0.2 MAX ASTM D 1364
Color Pt-Co 75 MAX ASTM D 1209
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Low Aromatic White Spirit

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Monoethylene Glycol (MEG)

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