Fuel oil is obtained by oil refining. Fuel oil is manufactured using the process of visbreaking tar and by compounding with residual products of various refining processes. During the distillation of the latter, various light volatile substances (kerosene, gas oil, gasoline) are actively released. As a result, a dark viscous mass, called fuel oil, remains. In general, it is used as a boiler fuel for various heating systems, furnaces, steam heating systems, etc. Some types of fuel oil are used as the main fuel for ship units.
Fleet, residual – 100, residual – 40
Mazut does not contain water-soluble acids and alkalis.