Petroleum

Eastern Oil and Metal Group is Russian company, Based in Moscow, dealing in many type of oil, from many years, we are dealing in all type of energy and lubricant product, produced in Russia. We can provide, any quantity of below grades, also many other type of oil, and oil /refinery, products. We can supply, any quantity, in any packing, with your brand name, in retail packing, or in bulk packing, or full load. Products are purchased from refineries  directly or via our  localy owned companies. The most important geographical sources of product are Russia and Belorussia.

Eastern Oil and Metal Group is open to receive real inquiries of end buyers, buyer mandates or serious brokers which have interest on the deals and professional attitude. Please be advised that we work hard to arrange the best deals for both parties involved, seller and buyer, brokers will be commissioned as well but, we will not waste time selling dreams for unprofessional brokers.  We are able to guarantee our buyers availability of products, quality and on time deliveries, because of our direct refineries’ contracts. The prices we are able to offer are amongst the best available on the market.

D2 Diesel

D2 is a refinery abbreviation for Gasoil. It is the second distillate from the crude, and can be used without reformers and additives. So, the first engines used D2 as fuel - before petrol cars as we know them today was invented. That is because the engine invented by a German called Diesel, requires no spark plugs. The diesel engine will ignite and combust when the pressure increases so that the heated "plug" makes it explode. Here we get the name "Diesel" - since the same principles are used in diesel engines today. However, automotive diesel that you fill has additives that the refinery will add to make the engine more efficient and also easier to start in the winter. If you read the small print, you will see that diesel changes "flash point" in the winter. It also has additives to absorb water that condense as you have it in your car (same as petrol) - but since the diesel is injected right into the cylinder, the ice will destroy the nozzles long before the engine. If you use summer diesel in the winter, you will get better mileage, but your fuel pipes may freeze and can also burst, and the wax makes the diesel flow thicker.

The principal differentiators in GASOIL or D2 is the content of sulphur. Just 10 years ago, the US EPA introduced a limit of 4% sulphur in the GASOIL, whereas Europe and the rest of the world followed later. As in most other cases, when you first have to remove the sulphur, it was soon discovered ways of doing this more efficient. Then it was discovered that the sulphur, as sulphuric acid, could be traded with a good profit - which now is the motivator for extracting as much as possible. Well, pour this over limestone, and you get cement and add to it other chemicals, and you can get cement that are more valuable than the Gasoil / D2.

So "Low sulphur Gasoil" is no longer 4 percent - but below 0.2 percent. Then we have a new, "Ultra Low Sulphur" at 0.02% at the most, and the limit here is (a) that mass spectrographs requires extensive calibration to measure below 1000ppm, and (b) sulphur has a way to form clogs - the molecules binds to free hydrogen molecules and form a cluster of molecules that will break if "cracked" by the refinery, but as explained above, D2 is a distillate and has not been "cracked". So - take a pint of ULSG, you may have the misfortune of having 0.1 percent sulphur - but the average for a barrel will be less then 0.02 - its just you managed to get a cluster of molecules.

The International Standardization Organization - ISO has a standard for D2 that most oil companies use as their reference.

However, in the US, it is ANSI that has defined the US national standard for D2, according to proposals from the ASTM, API and EPA.

In Europe, similar national variants exists, e.g. in Germany set by DIN, and in Russia by GOST.

The GOST variant for D2/Gasoil is GOST 305-82 and specifies now a sulphur content of 0.02 MAX which is according to the ISO standard. However, the ANSI standard will call this "Ultra Low Sulphur", and retain 0,2% (2000ppm) as the "Low sulphur. The reduction of sulphur in the Gasoil used for heating has contributed to less pollution in many cities

Virgin Base Oil

Virgin Base Oil SN150

Virgin Base Oil SN350

Virgin Base Oil SN500

Virgin Base Oil SN600

Virgin Base Oil SN650

For improved energy efficiency

Oil is a forerunner in cleaner traffic. Sulfur-free, high performance base oils support cleaner traffic strategy by helping to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. The new emission legislation and catalytic converter technologies demand better performing base oils with lower emissions and higher purity. Unlike conventional mineral oil based lubricant. Our virgin base oils, are designed to meet these increasingly stringent environmental and performance requirements. Our virgin base oils are top-tier base oils. The main applications are high-performance motor oils and industrial lubricants. In virgin base stocks have high oxidation stability, low evaporation, excellent low temperature fluidity and extremely low sulphur content. The use of our base oils in motor oils is growing. New emission legislation is driver for using better base oils. Latest catalytic converter technologies allow less impurity and therefore better motor lubricants are needed. Conventional mineral oil based lubricants do not full-fill the latest specifications and Our base oils are replacing them in high-performance lubricants. Our base oils work reliably and economically even in challenging conditions. They have reduced flow resistance and friction properties, which offer excellent low temperature fluidity and lower fuel consumption.

For lower emissions

With their high oxidation stability, low evaporation and extremely low sulphur content the oils also ensure efficient operation and longer service life of the after treatment system, as well as  considerable decrease in exhaust gas emissions and particulates.

Base Oil

Base Oil SN-150

 

Packing Type

Drum Net Weight

Drum Gross Weight

Pallet Weight

Net Weight / 20' Container

No. of Drums / 
20' Container

Palletized New Drums

185 Kg (+/- 5%)

202 Kg (+/- 5%)

16 Kg (+/- 5%)

14.800 MT 
(+/- 5%)

80 Palletized

Flexi Tank

21.6 MT

Bulk Quantity

 

Technical Specification:

Property

Range

 

·         SPECIFIC GRAVITY @ 15.6°C/15.6°C

0.872

·         FLASH POINT (°c)

198

·         Kinematics Viscosity @100°C (cst)

5.5

·         Kinematics Viscosity @40°C (cst)

38

·         COLOR

0.5

·         POUR POINT (°c)

-9

·         VISCOSITY INDEX

100

·         SULPHUR CONTENT (%Wt)

0.2

·         RESIDUE CARBON (%Wt)

0.04

·         TAN (Mg KOH/gr)

<0.05

 Base Oil SN-500

 

Packing Type

Drum Net Weight

Drum Gross Weight

Pallet Weight

Net Weight / 20' Container

No. of Drums / 
20' Container

Palletized New Drums

185 Kg (+/- 5%)

202 Kg (+/- 5%)

16 Kg (+/- 5%)

14.800 MT 
(+/- 5%)

80 Palletized

Flexi Tank

21.6 MT

Bulk Quantity

 

Technical Specification:

Property

Test Method

Range

 

·         Kinematics Viscosity@40°C (cSt)

ASTM D-445

TBR

·         Kinematics Viscosity@100°C(cSt)

ASTM D-445

11-12

·         Viscosity Index

ASTM D-2270

88 (MIN)

·         Density @ 15°C

ASTM D-4052

0.885-0.896

·         Flash Point (°C)

ASTM D-92

235 (MIN)

·         Pour Point(°C)

ASTM D-97

-3 to -6

·         TAN (Mg KOH/gr)

ASTM D-664

0.05

·         Carbon Residue (% Wt)

ASTM D-189

0.05

·         Color

ASTM D-1500

2.5(MAX)

·         Copper Corrosion (Stage)

ASTM D-130

1b

·         Water Content (PPM)

ASTM D-1744

100 (MAX)

·         Demulsibility (Cc)

ASTM D-1401

40/37β (15 MIN)

·         Foam (Cc)

ASTM D-892

10/0
30/0
10/0

·         Noak Volatility (%Wt)

ASTM D-5800

4 (MAX)

·         Aromatic Content (%Wt)

ASTM D-3238

10 (MAX)

Furnace oil

DEFINITION :

A dark viscous residual fuel obtained by blending mainly heavier components from crude distillation unit, short residue and clarified oil from fluidized catalytic cracker unit.

NOMENCLATURE

Bunker fuel, furnace oil, Fuel oil are other names for the same product. Though Fuel oil is a general term applied to any oil used for generation of power or heat, Fuel oil can included distillates and blends of distillates and residue such as Light Diesel Oil.

SPECIFICATION

Furnace oil in the current marketing range meets Bureau of Indian Standards Specification IS: 1593 - 1982 for fuel oils, grade MV2.

VISCOSITY

Viscosity is the most important characteristic in the furnace oil specification. It influences the degree of pre-heat required for handling, storage and satisfactory atomization. If the oil is too viscous it may become difficult to pump, burner may be hard to light and operation may be erratic. Poor atomization may result in the carbon deposits on the burner tips or on the walls. The upper viscosity limit for furnace oil is such that it can be handled without heating in the storage tank is excepting under server cold conditions. Pre-heating is necessary for proper atomization.

FLASH POINT

As per the Controller of Explosives classification, Furnace oil falls in the class "C" category with minimum flash point standard of 66 deg. C. Since Penskey Martens Closed Cup method is used, it is apparent that a small quantity of low boiling point hydrocarbons is sufficient to lower the flash point drastically.

POUR POINT

It is a very rough indication of the lowest temperature at which Furnace Oil is readily pumpable. In the specification the pour point of Furnace oil is not stipulated. However, for Furnace oil manufactured indigenously and for imported parcels, the pour point is such that current supplies normally can be handled without heating the fuel oil handling installation.

WATER

Water may be present in free or emulsified form and can on combustion cause damage to the inside furnace surfaces especially if it contains dissolved salts. It can also cause sputtering of the flame at the burner tip. Water content of furnace oil when supplied is normally very low as the product at refinery site is handled hot and maximum limit of 1% is specified in the standard.

SEDIMENT

Furnace oil being a blend of residues contains some quantity of sediments. These have adverse effect on the burners and cause blockage of filters etc. However, the typical values are normally much lower than the stipulated value of maximum 0.25 percent, by mass.

ASH

Ash is incombustible component of the furnace oil and is expressed as a percentage mass of the furnace oil sample. Ash consists of extraneous solids, residues of organometallic compounds in solution and salts dissolved in water present in the fuel. These salts may be compounds of sodium, vanadium, calcium magnesium, silicon, iron etc.

Ash has erosive effect on the burner tips, causes damage to the refractories at high temperatures and gives rise to high temperature corrosion and fouling of equipments.

SULPHUR

Sulphur determination includes burning of known quantity of oil, treating the sulphur oxidation products formed during combustion and weighing of sulphur in the form of sulphate.

The sulphur di oxide may come in direct contact with the product during the combustion process and may create adverse quality effects in the product.

CALORIFIC VALUE

Calorific value of a fuel is the quantity of heat generated in kilocalories by complete burning of one kilogram weight of fuel. Gross calorific value is higher than net calorific value to the extent of heat required to change water formed by combustion into water vapours.

SPECIFICATION FOR FURNACE OIL-IS 1448

Sr. No.            CHARACTERISTICS          Test methods Grade LV       Grade MV1    Grade MV2    Grade   HV

1          Acidity, inorganic      P-2      NIL     NIL     NIL     NIL

2          Ash, % wt. max.         P-4      0.1       0.1       0.1       0.1

3          Gross, calorific value, cal/g    P-6 or 7           Not limited but to be reported

4          Relative Density at 15 0C      P-32    Not limited but to be reported

5          Flash point, (PMCC) 0C, Min.          P-21    66        66        66        66

6          Kinematic viscosity in centistokes at 50 0C P-25    80        125      180      378

7          Sediment, % wt. max.            P-30    0.25     0.25     0.25     0.25

8          Sulphur, total, % by wt., max.           P-33 or P-35   3.5       4.0       4.0       4.5

9          Water Content, % by vol., max.        P-40    1.0       1.0       1.0       1.0

 

Grease

Eastern Oil and Metal Group LLC. Moscow. Russia, is bigger supplier of Russian Grease to over the World. 

Below is the specification. In any quantity and in any packing. We can produce retail packing with buyer label also. 

Calcium Soap Grease

 

Usage:

Suitable for general lubrication of joints and chains of automobile or mechanical stress system under 50C.

Grade:

NLGI 2, 3

Packing:

6, 10, 17, 110, 400-Lbs Vessels.

Technical Specification:

Product Type

Standard

Grade 2

Grade 3

International

Russian

·         Color

Light Brown

Light Brown

142-2

·         Concentration Base

Calcium

Calcium

142-2

·         Drop Point C Min

95

95

142-2

·         Penetration mm @ 25+.5C

265-295

220-250

142-2

·         Water Washout

Excellent

Excellent

142-2

 Bentonite Grease

 

Usage:

Suitable for plain and rolling bearing working under high temperature (up to 140 C), low apeed and medium pressures and the systems that must be lubricated periodically.

Grade:

NLGI 2, 3

Packing:

1, 2, 10, 17, 400-Lbs Vessels.

 

Technical Specification:

Product Type

Standard

Grade 2

Grade 3

International

Russian

·         Color

Red-Light Brown

Red-Light Brown

2943

·         Concentration Base

Benton

Benton

2943

·         Drop Point C Min

No Drop

No Drop

2943

·         Penetration mm @ 25+.5C

265-295

220-250

2943

·         Water Washout

Excellent

Excellent

2943

·         Appearance

Stable

Stable

2943