lube cut

lube cut

[′lüb ‚kət]
(materials)
The distilled fraction of crude oil with suitable boiling range and viscosity to yield a lubricating oil when it is completely refined. Also known as lube-oil distillate; lube stock.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The report declares that 104,844 MT of polymer products, chemical products, bitumen, sulfur, lube cut oil and VB feed stock will be offered on the oil and petrochemical trading floor.
On Saturday, 58,900 tons of varying kinds of bitumen, 200 tons of sulfur, 2,000 tons of lube cut, 7,000 tons of vacuum batum, 1,000 tons of selepas wax, 254 tons of polymer substances and 18 tons of ammonia will be traded.
The IME also witnessed supply of 76,000 tons of different kinds of bitumen, 1,000 tons of light lube cut, 5,000 tons of vacuum batum, 250 tons of moisture insulator and 55,000 tons of graded iron ore.