NAPHTHA refers to a family of highly volatile hydrocarbon fuels in the distillation tower of refined petroleum, between light gases (LPG) and kerosene. The bulk of gas condensate and oil extracted from the gas well. This product has so much similarities with gasoline.
This liquid fuel is also available in coal tar. This product is a highly flammable liquid.
Light & Heavy:
light one is the virgin version of Heavy , which has not undergone any changes, is typically modified in the form of a catalyst, since naphtha has six or less carbon molecules that, when shaped, tend to have a high inclination to Bhutan or Lighter molecules like hydrocarbons. In this case, its components are not suitable to combine with high-octane gasoline.
This Gasoline has many applications. The chemical and petrochemical industries are among the main buyers of naphtha, which the most usage as primary feed for petrochemical products such as solvents, plastic materials, synthetic fibers, and industrial alcohol.