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IS : 1593 – 1982
Table 1 Requirements for fuel oils (Clause 3.3)


S. No. Characteristic Requirement For Method of Test
        Grade LV Grade MVI Grade MV2 Grade HV Ref to [P : ] of
IS : 1448*
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
  Acidity, inorganic Nil P : 2
  Ash, percent by mass, Max 0.1 P : 4
(Method A)
  Gross, calorific value Not limited, but to be reported
(See Note 1)
P : 6
(for reference) and
P : (for routine)
  Relative density at 15/15oC Not limited, but to be reported
(See Note 2)
 
  Flash point, [Pensky martens (closed)], Min 66oC P : 21
  Kinematic viscosity in centistokes at 50oC, Max 80 125 180 370 P : 25
  Sediment, percent by mass, Max 0.25 P : 30
  Sulphur, total, percent by mass, Max
(See Note 3)
3.5 4.0 4.0 4.5 P : 33
(for reference)
and P : 35
(for routine)
  Water content, percent by volume, Max 1.0 P : 40

NOTE 1: Normally the gross calorific value is of the order of 10 000 cal/g.

NOTE 2: Fuel oil for marine uses in diesel engines shall not exceed a limit of 0.99.

NOTE 3: Recognizing the necessity for low-sulphur fuel oils in some specialized uses; a lower limit may be specified by mutual agreement between the purchaser and the supplier.

Effective 01.04.10 FO/LDO supplies to rail fed customers is through BTPN (8 wheeler) rakes only since railways has withdrawn conventional (4 wheeler) rakes from circulation.

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