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EC No. 232-287-5
CAS No. 8001-58-9
HS Code: 2707991900

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Author Hippocampus OU
Date 2018-09-29
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Creosote oil obtained by means of distillation of crude coal tar is called traditional creosote. The most frequent question we receive is: “Your creosote is petroleum, wood-tar or coal-tar made?” Answer: our creosote is of coal-tar origin :) i.e. we offer for sale creosote made by coal tar distillation.  Only creosote obtained by crude coal tar distillation is known as traditional creosote oil.



Used for wood preservation and for vacuum pressure wood treatment in particular creosote is controversially valued.  Thus, although creosoted wood has acknowledged harmful human health effect and environmental impact, nevertheless no other wood treatment chemical can substitute Creosote’s durable and strong quality effect. Hence, coal-tar creosote is mainly used in preservation of wood for industrial purposes: electricity poles, railway ties and sleepers, etc. The process of vacuum pressure impregnation of wood with coal-tar creosote is called creosoting.

Coal tar creosote is famous in its stringent odor; rather say a powerful specific smell featuring traditional coal-tar creosote. It is due to the coal-tar creosote specific chemical composition. Coal-tar creosote is a mixture of diverse chemicals that can be combined in four major classes of creosote compounds:

Coal-tar Creosote composition %

Aromatic hydrocarbons
Consist of:
- Napthalenes (distilled between 205-255°C)
- Anthracenes (distilled above 255°C)

75 - 90 %
-
- 15 - 50 %
- 45 070 %

Tar acids (distilled below 2050C)
Consist of: phenols, cresols and xylenols, carbolic acid

-
1- 5 %

Tar bases

1 - 2 %

Aromatic amines and Heterocycles

0,1 – 1,0  % (each)


Each country regulates composition and use of creosote on its own. And these regulations are mainly applied to the content of benzo-a-pyrene (BaP) and phenols. In Europe all chemicals imported, to EU, produced and/or used in EU must be registered with ECHA and obtain a REACH registration number. Moreover, in 2003 EEC with the aim to protecting human health and the environment in the European Member States decided restricting use of dangerous substances and Creosote in particular.
The restrictions on use of creosote and creosote treated wood imposed under the REACH regulations are described in detail in Annex XVII of the REACH Regulation  https://echa.europa.eu/substances-restricted-under-reach (search for “creosote”).

You can buy coal-tar creosote of the following quality: 

Specifications of Creosote Oil

 

CREOSOTE (COAL-TAR)

No

Characteristic/Property

Standard

GOST2770-74, Russia

BS 144, type 2, UK

1.

Benzo[a] Pyrene Concentration, mg/kg

not rated

500 max

2.

Insoluble in Toluene, % (m/m)

0,3 max

0,4 max

3.

Liquidity

Temperature (°C) at which the product is   completely

liquid after 2 hours

32⁰C

(residue at 35°C is absent)

32⁰C

4.

Phenols water extractible, %

5,1

5 - 20

5.

                                                           

Distillation, (m/m), %

Recovery of dehydrated creosote

%:                                                                

                                                               

                                                               

3 max (at 210°C)

5 max ( at 205°C)

10 – 35 (at 275°C)

5 - 30 ( at 230°C)

30 – 50 (at 315°C)

40 - 78 ( at 355°C)

70 min (at 360°C)

73 - 90 (at 355°C)

6.

Water content (v/v), %, max

1,5

1,5

7.

Density (kg/m3) at ⁰C

1090 – 1130

at 20⁰C

1003 – 1108

at 32⁰C

8.

Flash point, °C

105°C min 

(Cleveland open cup)

61°C min 

Pensky-Martens closed tester)

9.

Viscosity

1,3 E°

dynamic viscosity

at 80° C

1003 – 1108 mm2/s

kinematic viscosity

at 40° C

10.

Colour

From dark brown to black

From dark brown to black

11.

Naphthalene content (% (m/m))

2,25

15 max


CREOSOTE PACKING:

Steel Drums

Specifications: DOT/UN complianse tested tight-head steel drums, sealed with protective cup.

Capacity: rated 210 L (Min: 216,5L; Max: 218,6L)

creasote paking

 

 

 ISO tank container:

Specifications: Tank code: IMO4

Dimensions: 7150 x 2550 x 2630 mm

Capacity: 28 520 L

Applicable Regulations: 

  • CSC F/4912/BV/99
  • IMO 4
  • ADR/RID F/5324/BV/04
  • IMDG