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Production of base oils in the Middle East

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The production of base oils in the Middle East under international certifications has a production of several million tons per year

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Which country do you want to trade with?
  • Afghanistan
  • Armenia
  • Azerbaijan
  • Bahrain
  • Egypt
  • Georgia
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Israel
  • Jordan
  • Kuwait
  • Lebanon
  • Oman
  • Pakistan
  • Qatar
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Syria
  • Turkey
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Yemen
The production of base oils in the Middle East under international certifications has a production of several million tons per year

The production of base oils in the Middle East under international certifications such as ISO 9001, ISO T / S 16969, OHSAS 18001, ISO T / S 29001 and ISO 14001 as well as ISO / IEC 17025 has a production of several million tons per year. Industrial oils, gasoline, diesel, automotive gear oils, motorcycle oils, special and marine engine oils, greases, base products (slack wax, paraffin, extracts and base oils SOC-500), antifreeze - anti-boiling are among our products.

For non-professional motor oil production, mixing several materials with certain percentages in a mixing unit is considered, but the fact is that the process of this growing industry is more complex than that mentioned above. Modification of old standards as needed, with the development of new and appropriate standards to reduce friction and corrosion and optimize fuel consumption of new engines, require excellent formulations and raw materials. 

Raw materials play a very decisive role in the production of engine oil, although about 80% by volume of each Engine oil is the Base oil from the initial process. One of the types of base oils is mineral oils.

The base oil obtained from the refining of crude oil cutting (lobe cut) alone does not provide lubrication properties in engine oil and various additives play a decisive role in optimizing the required factors. 

Engine oil produced with high quality mineral and synthetic base oil and its enrichment with additives produced by reputable companies in the world can be considered a suitable reference for relative comparison of the quality of different engine oil products in standard units.
 

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They have low specific gravity, contain paraffin, little or no asphalt and give away a great proportion of mineral oils. They have high specific gravity, contain asphalt, little or no paraffin and give away a small proportion of mineral oils. They contain asphalt and paraffin and the overwhelming majority (90{aefdc1ce9998bd9dbf33b78463c450130094ff3de39f32e9f75e3a3ca2d37e29}) of oils (e. In oil refineries, the “crude” oil is subjected to fractional distillation and a number of other processes, which result in different types of fuels, base oils, paraffin, asphalt and even some secondary products (Figure 2). The return on the base oil from the distillation column of the refinery depends on the proportion of desirable components in the range of the lubricant’s boiling points. Distillates of base oils derived from different oils have very different properties. The result is the conversion of olefins (alkenes) and aromatic components in high quality added value saturated (paraffinic) and/or naphthenic (cyclic) bases, which are much less toxic and more “neutral”. A plurality of base oils has been investigated for their use as potential synthetic base oils of final lubricants, out of which the most prevalent ones are:. Many esters with different chemical compositions each, because of their excellent lubricity, are used for various reasons, either as additives or as base oils for the production of final lubricants. API (American Petroleum Institute) in the USA has categorized the base oils as for their origins (mineral or synthetic) and their method/process of production, the range of their viscosity index and the percentage of saturated hydrocarbons.

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