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Lamp oil - what to consider:


What is lamp oil?

Lamp oil is the oil that is burned in oil lamps. The term is a non-EU standardized term, so it is recognizable in the trade with the names petroleum, kerosene oil, liquid kerosene or isoparaffin. 

 

What is lamp oil used for?

Lamp oil provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors as well as outdoors. It can also be used in petroleum-based camping stoves and can serve as a lighting aid for charcoal and as a fireplace starter, making it the perfect companion for campers and trekkers.

  

What are the properties of the product?

Burnt lamp oil is extremely bright and also very long-lasting. Positively noticeable in comparison with naphthenic products is that it burns soot-free and almost odorless, which is why its use indoors can be problem-free.

 

How is lamp oil manufactured?

A single manufacturing process for lamp oil does not exist, as the term itself is only a generalization of several petroleum-based substances. One manufacturing method, through which our paraffinic lamp oil is also produced, is refining. 

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Lamp oil - what to consider:


What is lamp oil?

Lamp oil is the oil that is burned in oil lamps. The term is a non-EU standardized term, so it is recognizable in the trade with the names petroleum, kerosene oil, liquid kerosene or isoparaffin. 

 

What is lamp oil used for?

Lamp oil provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors as well as outdoors. It can also be used in petroleum-based camping stoves and can serve as a lighting aid for charcoal and as a fireplace starter, making it the perfect companion for campers and trekkers.

  

What are the properties of the product?

Burnt lamp oil is extremely bright and also very long-lasting. Positively noticeable in comparison with naphthenic products is that it burns soot-free and almost odorless, which is why its use indoors can be problem-free.

 

How is lamp oil manufactured?

A single manufacturing process for lamp oil does not exist, as the term itself is only a generalization of several petroleum-based substances. One manufacturing method, through which our paraffinic lamp oil is also produced, is refining. 

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Lamp oil 5 Liter
Lamp oil 5 Liter
For use in lamps and torches for indoors and outdoors. Application The high-purity, paraffinic lamp oil not only provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors and outdoors but...
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Content 5 Litres (€5.99 * / 1 Litres)
€29.95 * *plus VAT.
Lamp oil 20 Liter
Lamp oil 20 Liter
For use in lamps and torches for indoors and outdoors. Application The high-purity, paraffinic lamp oil not only provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors and outdoors but...
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Content 20 Litres (€6.00 * / 1 Litres)
€119.95 * *plus VAT.
Lamp oil 200 Liter
Lamp oil 200 Liter
For use in lamps and torches for indoors and outdoors. Application The high-purity, paraffinic lamp oil not only provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors and outdoors but...
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Content 200 Litres (€3.00 * / 1 Litres)
€599.95 * *plus VAT.
Lamp oil 1.000 Liter
Lamp oil 1.000 Liter
For use in lamps and torches for indoors and outdoors. Application The high-purity, paraffinic lamp oil not only provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors and outdoors but...
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Content 1000 Litres (€3.20 * / 1 Litres)
€3,199.00 * *plus VAT.

Lamp oil - what to consider:


What is lamp oil?

Lamp oil is the oil that is burned in oil lamps. The term is a non-EU standardized term, so it is recognizable in the trade with the names petroleum, kerosene oil, liquid kerosene or isoparaffin. 

 

What is lamp oil used for?

Lamp oil provides particularly bright and long-lasting illumination for oil candles, oil lamps and torches indoors as well as outdoors. It can also be used in petroleum-based camping stoves and can serve as a lighting aid for charcoal and as a fireplace starter, making it the perfect companion for campers and trekkers.

  

What are the properties of the product?

Burnt lamp oil is extremely bright and also very long-lasting. Positively noticeable in comparison with naphthenic products is that it burns soot-free and almost odorless, which is why its use indoors can be problem-free.

 

How is lamp oil manufactured?

A single manufacturing process for lamp oil does not exist, as the term itself is only a generalization of several petroleum-based substances. One manufacturing method, through which our paraffinic lamp oil is also produced, is refining. 

Produktname kaufen – die häufigsten Fragen:


In welchen Mengen kann man Lampenöl kaufen? 

Bei chemiekontor.de wird Lampenöl im 5-Liter-Kanister und im 20-Liter-Kanister angeboten. Bei höherem Bedarf sind auch 200-Liter-Stahlfässer, sowie Einweg-IBCs mit einem Volumen von 1000 Litern erhältlich.

Zu welchem Preis kann man Lampenöl kaufen? 

Im Onlineshop von chemiekontor.de ist Lampenöl schon ab 1,90 € per kg erhältlich (Ab-Preis bezieht sich auf den Kauf eines IBC-Containers von 1000 Litern).

Wie lange ist die Lieferzeit des Produktes? 

Lampenöl ist in Regel versandfertig auf Lager, die Lieferzeit beträgt 3 – 5 Werktage.

Welche Sicherheitshinweise gilt es zu beachten? 

Lampenöl ist kein gefährlicher Stoff, weshalb es keine Sicherheitshinweise zu beachten gilt und keine Gefahrenkennzeichnung vorgeschrieben ist.

Wie lautet die CAS-Nummer für Lampenöl? 

Für das hier angebotene Lampenöl ist keine CAS-Nummer vorhanden.