- Sediment in Crude and Fuel Oils by
- Sulfated Ash from Lubricating Oils and
D 1796 - Water and Sediment
(The ASTM methods listed above are included in parts 23 or 24 of the
Annual Book of ASTM Standards and are available individually.
Application for copies should be addressed to the American Society
for Testing and Materials, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia,
Fuel Oil Reclaimed shall consist of a mixture
of distillates and residual fuel and may contain waste lubricants or
other recycled products.
3.2 Physical and chemical requirements.
Fuel Oil Reclaimed
shall conform to the physical and chemical requirements given in
Any requests for waivers from these requirements will be
addressed to Navy Petroleum Office for approval.
A S T M D 287
API Gravity @ 60F
A S T M D 445
Viscosity at 104F (40C) 2.0 - 15.0
30 - 90
A S T M D 88
Viscosity @ 122F (50)
Saybolt Universal (range)
Flash point, F (min)
Pour Point., F (max)
Sulfated Ash, percent (max) 0.15
Water & Sediment, percent 2.0
Sediment Percent (max)
A S T M D 473
Chlorinated Material 1/
No Green Flame
Sulfur content, percent
D 129 2/ or