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Petrochemicals

Kia Middle East is one of the largest exporters of petrochemical and refinery products in Iran

LAB (Linear Alkyl Benzene)

LAB is precursor of detergents. This product at first reacts with SO3 gas to produce LABSA (Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid), then it is being used as a surfactant agent in detergent production.

HAB (Heavy Alkylate)

Heavy alkylate is a byproduct of LAB and it is being formed during alkylation process. It’s use are is all kinds of industrial oils, such as, transformator oil, hydraulic fluids and lubricating greases.

LABSA (Linear Alkyl Benzene Sulphonic Acid)

LABSA is produced by the sulphonation reaction of Linear Alkyl Benzene with Sulphur (SO3). LABSA is one of the major active ingredients for the production of soaps and detergents. Importantly, it forms a greater percentage of raw materials for the production of liquid soaps.

PE (polyethylene)

Polyethylene is the most common plastic in use today. It is a polymer, primarily used for packaging(plastic bags, plastic films, geomembranes, containers including bottles, etc.)

PP (polypropylene)

Polypropylene (PP), also known as polypropene, is a thermoplastic polymer used in a wide variety of applications. Polypropylene is the second-most widely produced commodity plastic (after polyethylene).

PVC (polyvinylchloride)

Polyvinyl Chloride (known as PVC) is a high strength thermoplastic material widely used in applications, such as pipes, medical devices and wire and cable insulation. It is the world’s third-most widely produced synthetic plastic polymer.

Chemicals

Kia Middle East is one of the largest exporters of petrochemical and refinery products in Iran

MEA (ARAK PETROCHEMICAL)

Monoethanolamine (MEA) is a colorless, viscous liquid, organic chemical compound also known as Ethanolamine. Its primary use is for feedstock in the production of detergents, emulsifiers, polishes, pharmaceuticals, corrosion inhibitors, and chemical intermediates.

MEG (Monoethylene glycol)

Mono-ethylene glycol – or MEG – is a vital ingredient for the production of polyester fibres and film, polyethylene terephthalate (PET) resins and engine coolants.
End uses for MEG range from clothing and other textiles, through packaging to kitchenware, engine coolants and antifreeze.

DEG

Diethylene glycol (DEG) is an organic compound. It is a colorless, practically odorless and poisonous liquid. It is commonly used in the commercial preparation of antifreeze, brake fluid, cigarettes, and some dyes. It is an excellent solvent for many relatively insoluble substances.

MTBE

Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether is an organic compound and it is the family of saturated aliphatic ether. It acts as octane enhancer of gasoline and has the advantage of more complete combustion of fuel and as a result, a significant reduction in exhaust emissions of cars. In some cases, as solver of gallstone was used for medical purposes.

KEROSENE BASED PETROLEUM PRODUCTS

  • LIGHT END (SOLVENT 402)
  • RAFFINATE
  • HEAVY END

Petroleum Products

Kia Middle East is one of the largest exporters of petrochemical and refinery products in Iran

PENTANE

Polyethylene is the most common plastic in use today. It is a polymer, primarily used for packaging(plastic bags, plastic films, geomembranes, containers including bottles, etc.)

ATMOSPHERIC RESIDUE

Atmospheric residue is the stuff left over after volatile material is distilled away at atmospheric pressure. It consists of all of the components of crude oil that have boiling points above about 343C. It is most commonly used as a feed for vacuum distillation units. It is also possible to blend with Heavy Fuel Oil as well.

PVC (polyvinylchloride)

Light naphtha can refer to either a finished product used as a petrochemical feedstock or a distillation cut commonly called light straight run naphtha. Light naphtha is often blended directly into gasoline.

BUTANE (SIMILAR TO LPG GAS)

Butane, also known as C4, Butane is typically either blended into gasoline or LPG (in small volumes) or sold directly as a finished product. As a commercial finished product, butane is used as a home heating fuel, as cigarette lighter fluid, as a refrigerant gas, and as a propellant, but all of these require in fairly small volumes.

HEAVY NAPHTA

Atmospheric residue is the stuff left over after volatile material is distilled away at atmospheric pressure. It consists of all of the components of crude oil that have boiling points above about 343C. It is most commonly used as a feed for vacuum distillation units. It is also possible to blend with Heavy Fuel Oil as well.

VACUUM RESIDUE

Vacuum resid is the heaviest of the distillation cuts. It is, literally, the bottom of the barrel. If not upgraded, vacuum resid is blended into either residual fuel oil or asphalt. When blended into fuel oil, vac resid is valued less than the fuel oil that it produces, because its high viscosity typically requires that it be blended with some higher value products.