Kerosene

Kerosene

Kerosene

Kerosene is one of the most widely used fuels in both industrial and household applications because it is reliable and versatile. As an industry leading chemical processing company, SolvChem® Custom Packaging Division is your best bet for services ranging from kerosene blending and packaging to storage and delivery. In this business, it pays to have a chemical blending partner who understands the ins and outs of the chemicals, as well as the individual requirements of the customer. Below, read more about the benefits of high-quality blended kerosene in industrial applications, and find out how SolvChem® Custom Packaging Division can help you meet all of your chemical needs.

Kerosene as a Historically Reliable Fuel

For centuries, kerosene has been one of the most reliable combustible oils with a wide range of uses. Known commonly as lamp oil (and in some regions, referred to as paraffin), kerosene is a thin, clear liquid made from processed petroleum, branched and straight chain alkanes and naphthenes. As a fuel with deep roots internationally, kerosene’s properties are very well understood, making it a safe and reliable option. While historically used for countless household applications, industries were quick to adopt kerosene as a staple because its unique qualities carry over to multiple applications.

Industrial Applications for Quality Kerosene

Our highly refined, low-odor K-1 grade fuel is ideally suited for kerosene-burning heaters, lanterns and stoves. It meets or exceeds ASTM D standard for low-sulfur, water-clear kerosene. Traditionally, kerosene has the following key functions in household and industry:

  • Heat and light. One of the oldest applications for kerosene is heating and lighting. Kerosene has played a key role as a heating fuel for cooking and continues to be a staple for campers and hikers. It is also valuable as a heat source in the event of power failure.
  • Cooking. Kerosene is a crucial cooking fuel in some regions and is used for recreational outdoor cooking in others. As with heating and lighting, kerosene can be valuable for cooking during power failures.
  • Transportation. Kerosene is commonly combined with other chemicals and fuel sources for use in jet engines. It is also sometimes used as an additive in diesel fuel, with the beneficial properties of preventing gelling or waxing in colder temperatures.

As a leader in kerosene chemical warehousing and more, we understand all of the uses of kerosene and can help with your specific chemical blending requirements.

Why SolvChem® Custom Packaging Division is Your Partner for Kerosene Needs

From blending to kerosene chemical storage, SolvChem® Custom Packaging Division has you covered. Our experts easily handle all of your chemical needs, including working with hazardous and flammable materials. After custom blending of your kerosene fuel to your specifications, we package your product the way you want, whether in small containers for personal use to 55-gallon kerosene drums, or even entire kerosene storage tanks. Let us safely store your kerosene products in our vast warehouse until you are ready to take delivery.

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