Petroleum or Oil
Aircraft kerosene: It is divided, depending on the degree of its freezing,
into several types, including:
Jet kerosene (JET A): freezes at a temperature of (-40) degrees Celsius.
Jet kerosene (JET A-1): Freezes at (-47) degrees Celsius.
Jet kerosene (JET B): Freezes at (-58) degrees Celsius.
Jet kerosene (JP-4) freezes at (-60) degrees Celsius.
Jet Kerosene (JP-5): Freezes at (-70) degrees Celsius.
Jet kerosene (JP-8). Jet kerosene (JP-8-100).
Lighting kerosene: It is the fuel for kerosene lamps.
Heating and heating kerosene: It is the fuel for household kerosene oil stoves,
agricultural heaters, and small factories. Kerosene for engines and machinery:
It is the fuel for engines of agricultural equipment, tractors, and some water
Asphalt or bitumen
Liquefied Petroleum Gas