Residues (petroleum), vacuum

Agent Name
Residues (petroleum), vacuum
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Other Classes
Vacuum residuum (petroleum); Residues, petroleum, vacuum; Vacuum residuum; Residues, (petroleum), vacuum; Vacuum residue; [ChemIDplus] Bitume; Bitumen; Carica Visbreaker; Flexicoker feed (vacuum residue); Fondo vacuum; HV3 residue; Hydrocarbons >35; Long residue; LUBES VACUUM RESIDUE; Olio combustible, nafta, denso.; RESIDU COURT; RESIDUI (PETROLIO), SOTTO VUOTO; Residus courts straight run; Short residue; Vakuumruckstand; Vacuum Bottom; VACUUM RESIDUE; Vacuum residues; Vakuum-Ruckstand; VR; [IUCLID] RESIDUAL; VTB; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS]
Petroleum Refining Residues
Viscous semi-solid to solid; [EPA ChAMP] Yellowish-green to dark brown liquid with an odor of asphalt; [Total Petrochemicals MSDS]
Used in the petroleum refining, construction, paving/road making, roofing, and coatings (paints, lacquers, and varnishes) industries; Used as a fuel, adhesive/binding agent, impregnation agent, intermediate, lubricant and additive, stabilizer, asphalt, heating oil, oil refinery processing aid, and waterproofing agent; [IUCLID] Used in petroleum refineries, in adhesives and sealants, and for other applications; [EPA ChAMP]
TSCA Definition 2008: Obtained from the vacuum distillation of the residuum from atmospheric distillation of crude oil and consisting of hydrocarbons with carbon numbers greater than C34 and boiling point above 495 deg C; [ChemIDplus] The fumes produced from heating (often necessary in applications such as paving) are considered the major occupational hazard of these complex mixtures; [EPA ChAMP] May contain hydrogen sulfide in vapor space of storage container or vessel (heating increases this risk); Contains PAHs; May cause irritation; Harmful by ingestion (may cause lung damage by aspiration); [Total Petrochemicals MSDS] See "Hydrogen sulfide" and "Asphalt fumes."
Biomedical References

Exposure Assessment

1.5 mg/m3

Diseases, Processes, and Activities Linked to This Agent