Fuel Grade Petroleum Coke

Raw Petroleum Coke (RPC) is the end product of the Oil refining process and derived from the fractional distillation of Petroleum Crude in delayed Cokers. There are two distinctive grades of RPC viz. Calcination or Green RPC and Fuel Grade or Petcoke

Component Raw/Green coke as produced Coke calcined at 2375 °F
Fixed carbon, wt % 80-95 98.0-99.5
Hydrogen, wt % 3.0-4.5 0.1
Nitrogen, wt % 0.1-0.5
Sulfur, wt % 0.2-6.0
Volatile matter, wt % 5-15 0.2-0.8
Moisture, wt % 0.5-10 0.1
Ash, wt % 0.1-1.0 0.02-0.7

Furnaces and boilers
As a fuel in the Brick Industries
Hard coke calcinations units
Plywood manufacturing units
Chemical plants
Rolling plants

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