Furnace Oil is one of the cheapest fuels available for industrial use as it is an unprocessed form of petroleum oil. It is a by-product of yellowish-brown color oil named Crude Oil. While processing the CRUDE Oil, FO (Furnace Oil) is one of the products along with other petroleum fuels like HSD, Petrol, etc.
Benzin fuel oils are often blended with other petroleum fractions to achieve the desired viscosity and flash point. Kerosene has a higher flash point than gasoline. Benzins’ fuel oil does not ordinarily include fuels such as kerosene, it has various varieties of fuel oils prepared by adding some additives for improved quality and performance.
Benzins’ fuel oils can be used in commercial, industrial and agricultural environments – including machinery or vehicles for off-road usage. Examples of machinery include harvesters and other farming equipment, mining or quarrying machinery, and even bunkering ships. In general, the benefits of fuel oil when compared to natural gas are that oil offers more safety, efficiency, and warmth. It is also more popular and economical to use.