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Petrol Pyrolysis


Petrol pyrolysis crude (Pygas) brand D.P.G. Dry Pyrolysis Gasoline is used to produce gasoline by hydroalkoxylation as a fuel. This fuel is a by-product of the NAFTA thermal breakdown in petrochemical furnaces, after separating the original products. There are molecules such as benzene, toluene, xylenes, and other compounds. This middle product is used to produce other petrochemical products. Raw pyrolysis gasoline has about 40 to 50 percent benzene and other aromatic compounds. 

Contact with skin, ingestion or inhalation of this substance is harmful. Excessive respiration of this substance causes irregularities in heart rate and the effects of central nervous system stimulation such as dizziness, headache, nausea, and death in extreme conditions. Repeated and excessive inhalation may lead to blood disorders such as leukemia (leukemia) and damage to the kidneys and the liver, and even small amounts of it can lead to lung injuries.