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IATC - INDO ARAB TRADE CENTER

We, Indo Arab Trade Centre , Established in New Delhi – India recently in the 5th sep 2016 as a consultancy centre , for the coordination the trade relationship between the major Arab and Indian government and private companies for all kind of economic activities , especially in supplying crude oil , oil derivatives , fertilizers , agriculture projects , tractors , food staff , construction equipments , water treatment and power projects



OUR PRODUCTS' LIST:

1- PETROLEUM PRODUCS .

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2- MINERAL FERTILIZERS.

 

 

 

1-    PETROLEUM PRODUCTS :

 

1. RUSSIA EXPORT BLEND CRUDE GOST 51 858-2002

2. RUSSIA EXPORT BLENDS CRUDE GOST 9965-76

3. DIESEL D2 RUSSIAN GASOIL L-0.2-62 GOST 305-82

4. DIESEL D2 AUTOMOTIVE GAS OIL {AGO}

5. DIESEL D6 VIRGIN LOW POUR FUEL OIL

6. DIESEL FUEL EN 590

7. DIESEL GASOIL ULTRA-LOW SULPHUR 50 PPM

8. DIESEL GASOIL ULTRA-LOW SULPHUR 10 PPM

9. DIESEL GASOIL ULTRA-LOW SULPHUR 500 PPM

10. MAZUT M100 GOST-10585/75

11. MAZUT M100 GOST –10585/99

12. RUSSIAN AVIATION KEROSENE COLONIAL GRADE 54 JET FUEL

13. JET FUEL A1

14. LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS PROPANE (LPG)

15. LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS 5542-87 (LNG)

16. COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS (CNG)

17. GASOLINE 87 OCTANES

18. GASOLINE 89 OCTANES

19. GASOLINE 95 OCTANES

20. BITUMEN / PETROLEUM ASPHALT

(30/40 - 40/50 - 50/70 - 60/70 - 80/100 - 85/100 - 100/120)

21. FUEL OIL CST180

22. FUEL OIL CST280

23. FUEL OIL CST380

24. BASE OIL

(SN 100 - SN 300 - SN 500 - BS 150 - SN150

 

 

 

2- MINERAL FERTILIZERS:

 

A- NITROGEN: (Ammonium nitrate), (calcium ammonium nitrate), (Urea A_B,),

(Ammonium sulphate), (CAS 32).

B- PHOSPHORUS: (Phosphate rock), (superphosphate simple).

C- COMPLEX FERTILIZERS:

(Ammofus NP 12. 52), (NPK 16.16.16), (Nitrogen- Phosphorus NPS 20.20.14),

(diammofoska NPK 10.26.26), (supphoammophos NPS 14.34.8), ( NPK 8.24.24),

(Ammofos NP 10.39),( Nitric-phosphorus-potassium NPK 15.15.15), (NPK 13.19.19),(

AFU NPS 16.20.8), (Kaltsiyazotosulfat N CA S 27.6.4),( Dimmonium phosphate NP

18.46),( HCS NP 11.37), (Monobasic calcium phosphate PK 52.34, (NPK NPKS 27,6.6.2),

(nitroammofoska NPKS 22.7.12.2), (nitroammofoska NPKS 21.10.10.2),

(nitroammofoska NPK 21.10.21).

D- Potassium: Potassium chloride crayon marks (Kcl60), Potassium chloride granular

(Kcl60), Potassium chloride (Kcl40), Fertilizer type kalimag (Kcl40).

 

  

SAMMARY TEST REPORTS

 

 

What is FPC?

FPC is going to cut down on the operating costs and the carbon emissions as the advantages of fuel additives have been proven now.

What is FPC?

FPC is a chemical especially designed to encourage people for using a much more efficient way of burning hydrocarbon fuels while other additives are only designed to treat symptom of incomplete combustion. For instance, additives like detergents remove engine carbon deposit.

On the other hand, FPC is helping to reduce many problems which arise by treating the symptoms alone by other additives. It performs a complete combustion process rather than an incomplete one.

It is scientifically proven that some elements assist combustion in which Fe is considered to be the best one. FPC is an organo-metallic catalyst which is Fe++ based and it is reported to be an element which easily blends with any liquid hydrocarbon fuel. Molecules of ferrous picrate is claimed to be a flame initiators at the instant of ignition in the fuel. And its result is basically the faster flame propagation in combustion chamber and a real cut down in the time required to burn the fuel. Combustion is consistent with more fuel being transferred to motive energy. Thus, improving the power, the fuel economy and reducing problems that are associated with incomplete combustion. There have been seen solid reductions in smoke and greenhouse gas emissions also. Fuel efficiencies of 2–8% are observed after the FPC fuel treatment.

Improved Fuel Economy

Fuel economy is the first basic advantage of FPC usage. As the action of the FPC catalyst made the fuel burn efficiently, more power is discharged per unit volume of fuel. Hence, less fuel is required at any particular load setting.

EPA (Environmental Protection Agency), SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers), AAR (American Association of Railroads) and many other well-known testing procedures have shown a 2-8% fall in fuel consumption after FPC usage. These results continue to be gained in the field testing using engineering standard tests, Specific Fuel Consumption and AS2077-1982 Carbon Mass Balance.

Examples:
A corporation spending $100m annually on fuel will save $2-5m net using FPC.
A corporation spending $20m annually on fuel will save $500k annually on fuel.

Reduced Harmful Emissions

A fall in Pollutants is one of the main benefits of FPC. Furthermore, the University of Western Australia “Centre for Energy” tests recently carried out by world-known expert in the field of combustion, Winthrop Professor Dongke Zhang, have proved significant reductions in carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and the health hazard diesel particulate matter (DPM) following the FPC treatment of fuel.

Reduced Maintenance Costs

The improved fuel efficiency results in a major fall in the items of incomplete combustion, ie soot, varnish, carbon monoxide and unburnt hydrocarbons. Hard carbon deposits are the reason of many solid maintenance problems. The reduction provides maintenance saving and reduction on engine parts such as pistons, valve stems, cylinder liners and injector tips. Any small carbon deposits that might occur in engines using FPC are very light and can be simply wiped off with a cloth.

·          Oil contamination is lowered down.

·          Downtime for maintenance has been fallen off by FPC.

·          Engines burning treated fuel have a prolonged life between overhauls.

FPC makes the fuel burn more efficiently hence giving more power per unit volume of fuel being discharged with a much cleaner combustion spaces. The photo exhibits head and valves following 8,000 hrs running on FPC treated fuel. (note: cleanliness and lack of carbon deposits)

 

 

What Independent Testing Has Been Conducted?

FPC formulation has undergone rigorous testing in some of the world’s leading laboratories including world renowned Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, Texas.    Many other independent tests have quantified the fuel efficiencies provided by FPC.

What Are FPC Applications?

FPC may be used in any liquid hydrocarbon fuel.   Four grades at dosing ratios of 1:1600, 1:3200, 1:5000 and 1:10,000 are supplied depending on customers’ fuel usage, ie annual fuel offtake of 3 million litres would require 1:1600 grade whereas offtake of 50 million litres would require 1:10,000 grade.

The fuel is generally treated at bulk storage tanks and Fuel Technology engineers can design and supply dosing systems to accurately treat fuel automatically either at time of fuel delivery or at time of refuelling vehicles.

Will FPC Change Fuel Specifications?

At recommended mixing ratio of fuel independent tests have concluded that  FPC does not change fuel specifications.

Will FPC Harm Engines?

FPC will not harm engine components.   In fact, FPC has been proven to do just the opposite by improving combustion to the point where abrasive hard carbon build-up is virtually eliminated.   As a result, engine wear related to hard carbon build-up (ie rings, injectors, valves and liners etc) is reduced.   Further, oil contaminants are reduced, cutting down on the wear to lower engine components.

Will Engine Manufacturers Void Engine Warranty If I Use FPC?

Engine manufacturers will not void engine warranty if FPC is used.   Written verification of this from most engine manufacturers is on file with Fuel Technology and available upon request.

Do Engine Manufacturers Recommend FPC?

Generally speaking, engine manufacturers have played down independent after-market products not sold with their name or part number.   FPC is no exception to this rule.

Can FPC Be Used With Bio Diesel?

Consensus among many engine manufacturers is the use of Bio Diesel will result in a slight power and fuel efficiency loss.  FPC will provide increased power and fuel efficiencies therefore negating these losses.

Will I Notice A Power Increase With FPC?

FPC will increase horsepower and torque ratings because of the increased average pressure developed by a reduction in combustion time.

Will Contaminants Decrease In The Engine Oil If I Use FPC?

Studies conducted by engine manufacturers show that as the soot content of the oil increases so does the iron content of the oil. Oil analysis by FPC users consistently confirm that FPC decreases soot content of the engine oil and accordingly, the metallic contaminants.

Will Exhaust Temperatures Increase When Using FPC?

Due to a faster combustion with more of the heat used as power and less after burning, exhaust temperatures will decrease by 10 – 15°C when using FPC.

Do I Need To Mechanically Mix FPC With My Fuel?

The carrier for FPC will readily mix in all liquid hydrocarbon fuels.   Therefore, it is not necessary to mechanically mix FPC with gasoline, diesel and lighter fuel oils.   However, it is recommended that FPC be added before or as each new shipment of fuel is added to storage tanks from the fuel supplier’s truck to ensure quicker dispersement.

What Happens If Fuel Is Over Treated Or Under Treated With FPC?

Treatment at less than the manufacturer’s recommended ratio can reduce the effectiveness of FPC and prevent the user from realising the full benefit from the product.

Although over treatment will have no detrimental effect, significant research has concluded that recommended treatment ratio will provide the best economical return.

Will FPC Prevent Biocide Activity in Fuel?

FPC will prevent and kill fungal bacterial growths which can propagate in water/fuel interface in bottom of tanks.

FPC contains a chemical that will stain water and other organic materials in the fuel.   If you have free water, insoluble gums and/or waxes in your fuel these will be trapped in the fuel line filter and will eventually be stained yellow by FPC.   This is to your advantage as FPC will help identify these fuel related contaminants.

 

Independent Testing

Research institutions conclusive evaluations into FPC combustion catalyst performance …

Introduction

FPC is an organic metallic Combustion Catalyst that provides measurable fuel efficiencies when added to liquid hydrocarbon fuels.

Over the past twenty eight years, hundreds of on-site engineering standard tests have been conducted where, dependant on engine load and condition, fuel efficiencies of 2% to 8% have been measured following FPC treatment of fuel.

Independent Testing

 

 

Several independent tests in world renowned organisations and universities have also been conducted. These tests have been conducted to strict International Engineering practices and have time and again proven the ability of FPC to promote a more complete combustion providing economic fuel efficiencies.

An outline of tests follows with full test reports available upon request.

1. University of Western Australia (U.W.A.) – March 2014

A major mining company requested the University of Western Australia (UWA) “Centre for Energy” investigate the effectiveness of FPC Combustion Catalyst when dosed into diesel fuel.

This desk top study steered by world renowned expert in the field of combustion, Winthrop Professor Dongke Zhang concluded that FPC was capable of providing significant fuel savings. This led onto a four year comprehensive testing program predominantly funded by the Australian Research Council and the major mining company.

Conclusions from this study determined FPC will reduce fuel consumption by 2.4% to 4.5% in an as new engine, reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions by up to 22% and Diesel Particulate Matter by up to 39%.

As acknowledged in UWA reports, greater fuel efficiencies can be expected in older engines.

2. University of Western Australia (U.W.A.) – November 2005

In conjunction with Rio Tinto’s Pilbara Iron Ore operations, fuel efficiency tests at UWA facility were conducted using generators fitted with fuel meters, load box facility and other test equipment to accurately measure fuel consumed for power produced.

Tests were conducted on both new and older engines to represent differing ages as would be expected in a general working environment. Two engines at a time were used, one as test whilst the second was used as the control engine to determine any climatic affected changes.

These tightly controlled tests proved the difficulties encountered when trying to accurately measure fuel consumption but by controlling as many of the variables as possible did provide evidence of fuel efficiency savings between 2% and 5.5%, dependant on engine and load, following FPC treatment of fuel.

3. Engine Systems Development Centre, Canada – May 2003

This test is designed to be conducted similar to the AAR RP-503 tests but at a more economical price.

Tests were conducted on a large single cylinder medium speed diesel engine operating at its most efficient mode of full power. Following FPC treatment a 1.67% to 1.71% fuel efficiency was measured.

4. CAD Railway Services Canada – February 2003

This test was similar to the SwRI test only conducted on a 3,200 EMD 12-710G3A locomotive at Low Idle, Notch 5 and Notch 8, being full load. These Engineering Standard tests provide evidence of a 2.5% to 7% fuel efficiency gain at differing loads following FPC treatment of fuel. Smoke emissions were reduced by 5.8% at Notch 8.

5. Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) San Antonio, Texas – July 1992

SwRI is one of the world’s leading and largest research institutes. FPC was subjected to the stringent Association of American Railroads (AAR) Recommended Test Procedures (RP-503). This test consisted of the following:

– Fuel Property Test
– Caterpillar IG2 Engine Wear Test
– Twelve cylinder 2,500 HP EMD 645 E3B Engine Fuel Efficiency Test.

These three test phases provided evidence that FPC does not change fuel specifications or have any detrimental effect on engine parts and does provide measurable fuel efficiencies.

This large two stroke engine was run in its most efficient mode of full load and still provided evidence of a 1.74% fuel efficiency at a 99.9% confidence level following FPC treatment of fuel.

6. Western Australia Institute of Technology (W.A.I.T.) – November 1985

An extensive testing program was undertaken as part requirement for a degree of Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering. Testing was conducted on a Varimax variable compression test and research engine where a 2.5% fuel efficiency was measured following FPC treatment of fuel.

7. NSW Mines Department (Coal Branch) – 1978

The NSW Mines Department conducted exhaust emission tests on a Perkins D3-152 DI diesel engine. These tests conducted over a range of loads provided evidence of an average 38% reduction in unburnt hydrocarbons (soot) and a 3.6% reduction in CO2 following treatment of FPC to fuel.

These significant reductions in emissions relate to the effect of FPC providing a more complete combustion.

Conclusion

All of the above tests have been conducted to high International Engineering Standard Test Procedures totally independent of FPC Combustion Catalyst manufacturers or suppliers.

These tests provide clear evidence that depending on engine condition and load, fuel efficiencies of 1.7% to 7% are produced following treatment of fuel with this unique combustion catalyst.

Although some of these tests provided evidence of 1.7% to 2.5% efficiency, it must be pointed out that these test engines were operating at a steady state at their most efficient mode. In the field engines do not operate consistently in this mode and often cycle through inefficient throttle and engine speed settings. Substantial fuel efficiencies up to 7% to 8% can be realised following FPC treatment of fuel operating under normal working parameters.

Field Tests Summary

The following are summaries of FPC field tests in major Australian and US industries …

Mining

Field tests conducted by means of International Engineering procedures at both Australian and USA mines, performed on mobile mine equipment and stationary power generation plant, document FPC’s ability to improve fuel economy and reduce carbon build-up on engine components. Fuel economy improvements range from 2% to 8% with reduction in exhaust smoke of up to 50%.  Engine overhauls show the virtual elimination of hard carbon build-up.

Trucking

Field tests in all types of trucking fleets and operating types document fuel savings of 4% to 8% when using FPC treated diesel fuel. Carbon deposit on engine components is virtually eliminated with long-term use. Oil analysis reveals extended useable oil life as soot and metallic content of the oil is reduced with continued FPC use.  Exhaust smoke is also significantly reduced.

Marine

Testing in diesel powered motorships with crosshead and trunk piston engines have shown the addition of FPC creates fuel savings of 3% to 5%. These same studies also reveal that continued FPC use lowers head temperature and increases head and valve life.

Locomotive

Fuel efficiency tests in large railroad operation’s locomotives operating throughout Australia have also documented fuel economy improvements in the 2 to 5% region when using FPC treated diesel. Further, heavy smoke emissions are reduced and in the USA problematic stack fires virtually eliminated.

Bus/Transit Operations

Long-term tests in bus fleets show FPC improves fuel economy and reduces smoke emissions.   Fuel savings range from 4% to 8%.

 

 

 


    


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 The Five Solution, Iraq

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