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Name and brand of oil product Normative document Application area
Normal-80 gasoline grade 3.4 GOST R 51105-97ism. 1-6 Unleaded Normal-80 gasoline meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On the requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use as motor fuel in vehicles with gasoline engines designed to operate on unleaded gasoline.
Gasoline Regular-92class 3,4,5 GOST R 51105-97ism. 1-6 Unleaded gasoline Regular-92 complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use as motor fuel in vehicles with gasoline engines designed to operate on unleaded gasoline.
Gasoline Premium Euro-95class 3,4,5 GOST R 51866-2002ism. 1-4 High-octane gasoline Premium Euro-95 meets the requirements of the technical regulation «On the requirements for automotive and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil.» It is exported to the Russian market and is intended for use as motor fuel in vehicles with gasoline engines designed to operate on unleaded gasoline.
Gasoline Super Euro 98class 4,5 GOST R 51866-2002ism. 1-4 Super Euro-98 high-octane gasoline meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet engine fuel and heating oil”. It is exported to the Russian market and is intended for use as motor fuel in vehicles with gasoline engines designed to operate on unleaded gasoline.
Stable gasoline, grade A TU 38.301-19-108-97ism. 1-4 Oil refining product. It is used as a raw material for chemical and petrochemical production processes.
Fuel for jet engines TS-1 premium GOST 10227-86ism. 1-6 Fuel for jet engines TS-1 meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, fuel for jet engines and heating oil” and is intended for jet engines of aircraft with subsonic flight speed.
Arctic fuel «A» — 350 class 3 TU 38.301-19-73-2008ism. 1-5 Arctic  fuel  “A” complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil”. It is derived from petroleum refined products and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Winter diesel fuel Z-0.2    minus 35 GOST 305-82ism. 1-8 Winter diesel fuel is put   into circulation for export and for federal state needs by state defense order and is recommended for operation at an ambient temperature of minus 20 ° C and above.
Diesel fuel summer L-0.2-62 GOST 305-82ism. 1-8 Summer diesel fuel is put   into circulation for export and for federal state needs by state defense order and is recommended for operation at an ambient temperature of 0 ° C and above.
Diesel fuel L-0,035-62class 3 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Diesel summer fuel   meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel L-0.005-62class 4 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Diesel summer fuel   meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel L-0.001-62class 5 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Diesel summer fuel   meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel Z-0,035 — minus 35class 3 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Winter diesel fuel   complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel Z-0.005 — minus 35class 4 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Winter diesel fuel   complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel Z-0.001 -minus 35class 5 TU 38.301-19-155-2009ism. 1-6 Winter diesel fuel   complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for use in compression ignition engines.
Diesel fuel EURO class 3,4,5 GOST R 52368-2005ism. 1 EURO diesel fuel  (for moderate climatic conditions)  complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On the requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for diesel engines.
Diesel fuel EURO class 3,4,5 GOST R 52368-2005ism. 1 EURO diesel fuel  (for cold climates) complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil” and is intended for diesel engines.
Low viscosity marine fuel SMT (DMA) STO 00148725-004-2011ism. 1 Low-viscosity marine fuel meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet engine fuel and heating oil”. Obtained from refined petroleum products and gas condensates. It is supplied to the domestic market and for export and is intended for use in diesel engines and boilers of sea river vessels.
Low viscosity marine fuel SMT (DMB) STO 00148725-004-2011ism. 1 Low-viscosity marine fuel meets the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet engine fuel and heating oil”. Obtained from refined petroleum products and gas condensates. It is supplied to the domestic market and for export and is intended for use in diesel engines and boilers of sea river vessels.
Fuel for ship installations TSU-180 (RME 180)

TSU-380 (RMG 380)

TSU-500 (RMG 500)

TSU-700 (RMG 700)

STO 00148725-004-2011ism. 1 Fuel for marine installations complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil”. Obtained from refined petroleum products and gas condensates. It is supplied to the domestic market and for export. They are used in diesel engines and boilers of sea and river vessels, as well as fuel for thermal power plants, boiler houses, and technological furnaces, provided that the qualitative characteristics meet the normalized parameters for fuel oil.
Light gas oil catalytic cracking and coking brand A TU 38.301-19-31-91ism. one Light gas oil catalytic cracking and coking is a mixture of gas oil catalytic cracking and coking in any ratio or pure form and gas oil catalytic reforming of gasolines (fractions of higher aromatic hydrocarbons) up to 50%. It is used as a component in the manufacture of fuels, as well as as a collector for coal flotation.
Catalytic gas oil — raw material for carbon black brand A TU 38.301-19-87-97ism. 1-3 Catalytic gas oil — raw materials for carbon black are obtained in the process of catalytic cracking of vacuum gas oil for the primary processing of oil, extracts for the selective purification of oils and pump oil dewaxing plants. Designed for use as a petroleum feed for the production of carbon black.
Toluene Concentrate Grade A TU 38.301-19-97-96ism. 1-3 Toluene concentrate is obtained in the process of catalytic reforming of gasoline fractions. It is used as a raw material for the production of caprolactam.
Highly refined benzene GOST 9572-93 Petroleum benzene is obtained in the process of catalytic reforming of gasoline fractions, catalytic hydrodealkylation of toluene, as well as in the pyrolysis of crude oil. It is used as a raw material for the production of synthetic fibers and rubbers, plastics, dyes and other products of organic synthesis, as well as for export.
Orthoxylene oil premium TU 38.101254-72ism. 1-9 Orthoxylene oil obtained by the method of clear distillation. Serves as a raw material for the production of phthalic anhydride. Used for the needs of the national economy and export supplies.
Heavy oil residues (sludge sludge from silt maps) TU 38.301-19-149-2004 Heavy oil residues — sludge sludge from silt maps. They are formed during the production of sulfonate additives and are a mixture of petroleum hydrocarbons with water and mechanical impurities. They are used as a component of boiler fuel (fuel oil).
Paraxylene petroleum higher purification TU 38.101255-87ism. 1-5 Paraxylene petroleum is obtained by low-temperature crystallization or adsorption from industrial petroleum xylene. Designed for the needs of the national economy and export supplies. Used in industry for organic synthesis, and is also the raw material for the production of synthetic resins, polyester fibers and polyethylene terephthalate.
Fuel boiler (fuel oil) TKM-8, 16, S <2.0% (ash, low ash) TU 38.401-58-74-2005ism.1-3 Boiler fuel (fuel oil) complies with the requirements of the technical regulation “On requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet engine fuel and heating oil”. Obtained from refined petroleum products and gas condensate feedstocks. It is intended for stationary boiler rooms and technological installations.
Coke electrode calcined KEP-2 brands TU 38.301-19-75-96ism. 1-4 Calcined electrode coke is obtained by calcining raw coke from a delayed coking unit. They are used in the production of aluminum, anode industry, other sectors of the national economy, as well as for export.
Total electrode coke, grade A TU 38.301-19-99-99 Total electrode coke is obtained by coking the residual straight-run, cracked products of oil refining. Designed for use in electrode and other industries, as well as for further calcination.
Raw materials for the production of impregnating and coating roofing oil bitumen TU 38.301-19-139-2003 Raw materials for the production of bitumen (SB) are the remains of atmospheric vacuum distillation of oil or mixtures thereof with vacuum shoulder straps having a flash point of at least 220 ° C. It is used for the production of impregnating and coating roofing petroleum bitumen grades BNK-40/180, BNK-45/190, BNK-90/30.
Raw materials for the production of viscous petroleum road bitumen (SB 49/60) and (SB 35/58) STO 00148725-001-2009ism. one Raw materials for the production of bitumen are residues of atmospheric vacuum distillation of oil and are used for the production of oil road bitumen grades BND 60/90 and BND 90/130.
Raw materials for the production of oil viscous road bitumen TU 0258-113-00151807-2002izm. 1-2 Raw materials for the production of viscous petroleum road bitumen are obtained as the remainder of atmospheric vacuum distillation of West Siberian oils. It is allowed to produce raw materials for viscous road bitumen by mixing the AVT tar, p.100 KT-1/1 and 4 oil epaulettes (2 types) obtained by vacuum distillation of fuel oil at the AVT-6,7,10 units. Designed to produce viscous petroleum road bitumen for the needs of the national economy and for export.
Bituminous oil road viscous BND 60/90, BND 90/130 GOST 22245-90ism. one Road petroleum bitumen is obtained by the oxidation of products of direct distillation of oil and selective separation of oil products (deasphalting asphalts, selective refining extracts). It is possible to compound these oxidized and non-oxidized products or use as a residue of direct distillation of oil, as well as the use of a cracked residue as a component of the oxidation feedstock. It is used as a binding material in the construction and repair of road and airfield coatings.
Emulsions bituminous roadEBK-1

EBK-2

EBK-3

GOST R 52128-2003 Bitumen and bitumen-polymer emulsions are used as a binding material in the construction and repair of roads. Bitumen emulsions are obtained by dispersing bitumen in an aqueous solution of an emulsifier. Bitumen-polymer emulsions are obtained by introducing the polymer into bitumen or into an aqueous emulsifier solution, followed by dispersion, or into the finished bitumen emulsion.
Cementing polymer-bitumen road based on block copolymers of styrene-butadiene-styrene type PBB 60

PBV 90

GOST R 52056-2003 Cementing polymer-bitumen road based on block copolymers of styrene-butadiene-styrene type are intended for use in the construction, reconstruction and repair of roads, bridges and airfields. Block copolymer-bitumen binders (PBB) are prepared on the basis of viscous bitumen by the introduction of polymers — block copolymers such as SBS, plasticizers and surfactants.
Roofing bitumen oil grade BNK 40/180 GOST 9548-74ism. 1-5 Roofing bitumen grade BNK 40/180 is obtained by oxidation of residues of atmospheric vacuum distillation of oils. It is used for the production of roofing materials (bitumen for impregnation).
Technical sulfuric acid, grade 2 GOST 2184-77ism. 1-4 Technical sulfuric acid is intended for the production of fertilizers, artificial fiber, caprolactam, titanium dioxide, ethyl alcohol, aniline dyes and a number of other industries.
Sulfur technical gas grade 9920 GOST 127.1-93 Sulfur technical gas is obtained during the purification of natural and coke oven gases, as well as waste gas from oil refining. It is used for the production of sulfuric acid, carbon disulphide, dyes, in the pulp and paper, textile and other industries, as well as for export.
Microspherical zeolite-containing catalyst TU 38.301-19-151-2005ism. 1-6 The microspherical zeolite-containing catalyst is intended for use in catalytic cracking processes of hydrotreated and non-hydrotreated or mixed raw materials:

  • biceolite grades A and B — in order to obtain the maximum octane characteristics of the gasoline fraction; — grades Lux-1 and Lux-2 — in order to obtain the maximum yield of the gasoline fraction.
Liquid glass solution TU 38.301-19-65-92ism. 1-2 A liquid glass solution is obtained in the production of a microspherical zeolite-containing catalyst and is used as a binder in construction.
Liquefied petroleum hydrocarbon gases for household consumption of the SPBT, PT, BT brands GOST 20448-90ism. 1-2 Liquefied hydrocarbon gases: a mixture of technical propane and butane (SPBT), technical propane (PT), technical butane (BT) are intended for use as fuel for public consumption and industrial purposes.
Normal butane grade A TU 38.301-19-57-97ism. 1-2 Normal butane is produced in gas fractionation units (HFC-2) and sulfuric acid alkylation (25/12). Designed for use as a raw material for the production of butadiene in the production of synthetic rubber, as well as for pyrolysis and other purposes.
Propane-propylene fraction A grade TU 0272-024-00151638-99ism. one The propane-propylene fraction is produced at gas fractionation plants and KT-1 refineries. It is used as a raw material for the production of polymer distillate and concentration plants.
Liquefied hydrocarbon gases for motor vehicles of the PBA, PA brands GOST 27578-87ism. one Liquefied hydrocarbon gases: propane-butane automobile PBA, propane automobile PA are used as motor fuel for automobile transport. PA and PBA are made by compounding the propane, isobutane and butane fractions of the normal HFC-2 unit.
Fuel gas TU 38.301-19-134-2001ism. one Fuel gas is obtained as a result of various processes of destructive oil refining. Used as fuel.
Hydrogen-containing gas (WASH) TU 38.301-19-135-2001ism. 1-2 Hydrogen-containing gas is produced in catalytic reforming units and is used in hydrogenation processes.

 

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