heavy naphtha

heavy naphtha

[′hev·ē ′naf·thə]
(materials)
A dark amber to red liquid that is a mixture of xylene and higher homologs; it is flammable; used as a solvent for asphalt and in production of coumarone resins. Also known as high-flash naphtha.
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Byco refines crude oil into various marketable components including Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Light Naphtha, Heavy Naphtha, High Octane Blending Component, Motor Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet Fuels, High Speed Diesel and Furnace Oil.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran is due to offer 10,000 tons of light naphtha, 2,000 tons of heavy naphtha and large cargoes of petrochemical products to domestic buyers through its energy bourse on Sunday, in a direct sale to bypass the US unilateral sanctions.
Byco currently refines crude oil into various marketable components including Liquefied Petroleum Gas, Light and Heavy Naphtha, High Octane Blending Component, Motor Gasoline, Kerosene, Jet Fuels, High Speed Diesel, and Furnace Oil.
The reformer has successfully commenced its operations.This will enable the Company to convert 24,000 barrels per day of Heavy Naphtha into Motor-Gasoline, as per rated capacity.At the combined current level of crude processing at both of Byco's Oil Refining Complexes (ORC I and II), i.e.
This would allow the company to convert 24,000 barrels per day of heavy naphtha into petrol as per rated capacity.
The oil refining complex II would be able to convert 24,000 barrels per day of Heavy Naphtha into Motor-Gasoline, as per rated capacity, at present level of crude processing at the company's oil refining complexes (ORC I and II), the notification stated.
The pipelines, which range up-to 24 inches in diameter and 17-kilometres in length, will carry jet fuel, isomerate, and light and heavy naphtha and run in a dedicated pipeline corridor through JAFZA.
[48] demonstrated that weighted driving cycle average SFC were improved significantly by 19% when the engine was run in the partially premixed CI mode using heavy naphtha compared to in the SI mode using RON91 gasoline.
The first part of the development, Tacaamol, will use heavy naphtha feed for aromatics units and a lighter naphtha feed for a 1.5mn tpa mixed feed cracker.
Heavy naphtha has a boiling point between 90[degrees]C and 200[degrees]C, and consists of molecules with 7 to 11 carbon atoms.
The $2.7bn project in 1996 added a delayed coker with a capacity of 60,000 b/d, a 45,000 b/d unit for heavy naphtha catalytic reformation, and a 48,000 b/d unit for hydrotreatment of light distillates.
The segment of heavy naphtha has boiling points in the range 90 degree Celsius and 200 degree Celsius and constitutes 6-12 carbon atoms.