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distillate

[′dis·tə‚lāt]
(chemistry)
The products of distillation formed by condensing vapors.
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Since the majority of the Saudi refinery capacity was built before 1990, such assets are older and less advanced and therefore produce a large proportion of lower value heavy distillates (such as fuel oil) comparative to other regions.
LONDON: Oil fell yesterday, edging away from record highs near $127 a barrel after Iran assured it had no plans to cut exports and US inventory showed a rise in supplies of distillates.
CTT said the distillate fuel conditioner product "addresses multiple tasks commonly associated with treatment of distillate fuels, e.
The distillates however were a different story and he turned his attention exclusively to his schnaps production.
As these forces converged, natural gas and distillate prices began to soar.
In February 2000, Senator Joseph Lieberman asked the Department of Energy (DOE) to study how service interruptions by natural gas suppliers affected the distillate fuel oil market this past winter.
To be completed before end-2003, this is a turnkey project which will produce naphtha and distillates for both processing in the refinery and export.
The distillates of various binders can have a chemically based detrimental effect on the clay bonding.
For a copy of the ANPR on child-resistant packaging for petroleum distillate products, contact: Office of the Secretary, U.
Turpentine is one of the few solvents not made from petroleum distillates.
STUTTGART, Germany -- Intertek, a leading provider of quality and safety solutions serving a wide range of industries around the world, is expanding its fuel testing expertise with innovative 2-Dimensional gas chromatography (2D-GC, GCXGC), for analyzing petroleum refined middle distillates and biofuels in Europe and globally.