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NAVSUPINST 4100.3B
D 473
- Sediment in Crude and Fuel Oils by
Extraction
D 874
-  Sulfated  Ash  from  Lubricating  Oils  and
Additives
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,
Pennsylvania
19103.)
3.
REQUIREMENTS
3.1  Material.
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
Table-1.
addressed  to  Navy  Petroleum  Office  for  approval.
TABLE-l-
Chemical
and
Physical Requirements
FED-STD
791  Test
Requirements
Method
Test
Method
Characteristics
25-40
A S T M D 287
API  Gravity  @  60F
(hydrometer)  (range)
A S T M D 445
Viscosity  at  104F  (40C)  2.0  -  15.0
Kinematic,  centistokes
(range)
30 - 90
A S T M D 88
Viscosity  @  122F  (50)
Saybolt  Universal  (range)
130F (55oC)
ASTM
D
93
Flash point, F (min)
20F(-6.7C)
Pour Point., F (max)
ASTM
D
97
Sulfated  Ash,  percent  (max)  0.15
ASTM
D
874
Water  &  Sediment,  percent  2.0
ASTM
D
1796
(Max)
Neutral
5101
0.5
Sediment  Percent  (max)
A S T M D 473
Chlorinated  Material  1/
No  Green  Flame
Sulfur  content,  percent
2.0
D 129 2/ or
(max)
or  other
approved
ASTM  method
Explosiveness,
Percent
50
1151.1
(max)
A-2





 


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