ASTM D3699 - 13BE1 - Standard Specification for Kerosine

ASTM D3699 - 13BE1

Standard Specification for Kerosine

Status : Current   Published : November 2013



1.1 This specification covers two grades of kerosine suitable for use in critical kerosine burner applications:

1.1.1  No. 1-K—A special low-sulfur grade kerosine suitable for use in nonflue-connected kerosine burner appliances and for use in wick-fed illuminating lamps.

1.1.2  No. 2-K—A regular grade kerosine suitable for use in flue-connected burner appliances and for use in wick-fed illuminating lamps.

1.2 This specification is intended for use in purchasing, as a reference for industry and governmental standardization, and as a source of technical information.

1.3 This specification, unless otherwise provided by agreement between the purchaser and the supplier, prescribes the required properties of kerosine at the time and place of custody transfer.

Note 1:  The generation and dissipation of static electricity can create problems in the handling of kerosines. For more information on the subject, see Guide D4865.

1.4 Nothing in this specification shall preclude observance of federal, state, or local regulations which can be more restrictive.

1.5 The values stated in SI units are to be regarded as standard. No other units of measurement are included in this standard.

Standard NumberASTM D3699 - 13BE1
TitleStandard Specification for Kerosine
Publication Date15 November 2013
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Descriptors Fuel oil, Kerosine, Petroleum and petroleum products
File Size96 KB

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