creosote oil


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creosote oil

[′krē·ə‚sōt ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A coal tar fraction, boiling between 240 and 270°F (116-132°C); used for producing materials such as creosote and tar acids and used directly as a germicide, insecticide, or pesticide.
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Some contractors used wooden dowels to lock the blocks together; however, Olcott said his method was to brace the blocks from each side of the roadbed and then seal the joints with "pitch, creosote oil, and some tar.
The tar distillation division produces creosote oil and refined coal tar, which it uses in its railroad tie manufacturing process and also sells to other companies for wood treatment and manufacturing of asphalt pavement sealer.
Limited Quotation are invited for Supply of Creosote Oil heavy duty Type II.