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GasoLine Oil

GasoLine Oil

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Price And Quantity

  • 10 Liter

Trade Information

  • 100 Liter Per Month
  • 4-5 Days

Product Description

  • Chemical Composition Gasoline is a mixture of hydrocarbons primarily derived from crude oil refining It consists mainly of aliphatic hydrocarbons cycloalkanes and aromatic hydrocarbons
  • Octane Rating Gasoline is classified by its octane rating which measures its resistance to knocking or preignition in internal combustion engines Common gasoline types include Regular 87 octane MidGrade 89 octane and Premium 9194 octane
  • Color Gasoline is typically colorless or slightly yellowish but it can also have a reddish tint due to the addition of dyes for identification purposes
  • Vapor Pressure Gasoline has a moderate vapor pressure allowing it to evaporate and form flammable vapors at ambient temperatures
  • Density Gasoline has a lower density than water which is why it floats on the surface of water
  • Boiling Range Gasoline has a relatively low boiling range generally between 40C 40F to 205C 401F allowing it to vaporize easily for efficient combustion in engines
  • Flammability Gasoline is highly flammable making it a valuable fuel source for internal combustion engines
  • Refining Process Gasoline is produced through the refining of crude oil where it is separated from other hydrocarbons in a process called fractional distillation
  • Additives Gasoline may contain additives such as detergents corrosion inhibitors antiknock agents and oxygenates like ethanol to enhance its performance and comply with environmental regulations
  • Evaporative Emissions Gasoline is subject to evaporative emissions which can contribute to air pollution and the formation of groundlevel ozone
  • Storage Gasoline should be stored in approved containers and away from open flames sparks and direct sunlight to prevent safety hazards
  • Environmental Impact Gasoline combustion releases carbon dioxide CO2 and other pollutants contributing to greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution The production transportation and use of gasoline can also have environmental impacts
  • Transportation Gasoline is transported via pipelines tankers and trucks from refineries to distribution points and finally to gas stations for retail sales
  • Common Uses Gasoline is the primary fuel used in internal combustion engines of automobiles motorcycles boats lawnmowers and various small engines
  • Regulations Gasoline quality is regulated in many countries to ensure it meets specific standards for safety performance and environmental protection
  • Gasoline is one of the most widely used and important energy sources globally powering transportation and various other applications Always handle and use gasoline with care and in accordance with safety guidelines to prevent accidents and ensure environmental responsibility For the most current information about gasoline refer to reputable sources like government agencies and energy market reports

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