solvent naphtha

solvent naphtha

[′säl·vənt ‚naf·thə]
(materials)
Refined petroleum naphtha of restricted boiling range; used as a solvent and paint thinner and in dry cleaning; Stoddard solvent is a special grade of solvent naphtha.
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Similarly, the production of furnace oil dipped by 10.96 percent, lubricating oil by 15.24 percent, jute batching oil by 74.19 percent, solvent naphtha by 11.31 percent and LPG by 6.21 percent.
Similarly, the production of Jute batching oil increased by 11.26 percent, Solvent Naphtha by 6.00 percent, while the production of LPG increased by 44.93 percent.
Similarly, the production of Jute batching oil increased by 17.02 percent, Solvent Naphtha by 8.48 percent, while the production of LPG increased by 39.49 percent.
The petroleum products that witnessed negative growth in production during the period under review included lubricating oil, jute batching oil and solvent naphtha, production of which decreased by 3.99 percent, 1.05 percent and 2.70 percent respectively.
The gases were scrubbed with water to remove any remaining ammonia then with light shale oil to remove solvent naphtha (3 gallons of the light naphtha hydrocarbons were removed per ton of shale).
Action Graphics switched to a solvent that contains aromatic solvent naphtha (60 percent), 1-methoxy-2-propanol (30 percent), and oxybispropanolmethylether (10 percent).
Similarly, the production of Jute batching oil increased by 30.52 percent, Solvent Naphtha by 14.33 percent while the production of LPG increased by 36.05 percent.
Jet fuel registered a negative growth of 1.03 percent, kerosene oil, 21.11 percent, high speed diesel, 2.63 percent, diesel oil, 14.47 percent, furnace oil, 18.60 percent, lubricating oil, 1.22 percent, jute batching oil, 15.44 percent, solvent naphtha, 13.77 percent and LPG, 6.93 percent, in the July-March period.
The products that witnessed negative growth in production during the first eleven months of the fiscal year 2012-13 included lubricating oil, jute batching oil and solvent naphtha, output of which decreased by 5.78 percent, 1.76 percent and 5.89 percent respectively.
Similarly, the production of lubricating oil decreased by 9.4 percent, jute batching oil by 6.69 percent and solvent naphtha by 7.8 percent.
Only petrol products that showed positive growth included lubricating oil and solvent naphtha, production of which decreased by 10.42 and 17.58 percent respectively.