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Coal

Coal is an ancient fossil mineral, originating from the carbonification of material and plant residues that have accumulated in an anaerobic environment. Fossil charcoal can burn with an exothermic reaction and is classified as one of the major energy resources of contemporary times. Coal is a non-renewable energy source. It is extracted from sediments in deep or open coal mines. Today coal is and remains a source of fossil energy that is used in various forms. Tar, benzene, sulphates, nitrates, phosphates, naphthalene, celluloid can be obtained by the distillation of coal.
I.S.A. is able to meet large orders thanks to international agreements with mining sites in China, India, Indonesia and South Africa. It can offer large quantities of coal with different types of calorific power for various uses.


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Cement

Cement is a hydraulic binder that appears in the form of finely ground powder, which, when mixed with water, forms a paste that holds and hardens. This hydraulic hardening is mainly due to the formation of calcium hydrate silicates as a result of the reaction between the added water for the mixture and the cement components. The hydraulically active component of a cement is the so-called "Clinker Portland".
I.S.A. has signed agreements with today’s largest cement producers, thus it is able to provide the widest choice and type of cement compared to the needs but at highly competitive prices (FOBs or CIFs), setting itself as a point of reference for large quantities too.




D2 OIL GOST 305-82

Fuel oil obtained by distillation of oil, both as distillate or residue. Generally, fuel oil is any liquid petroleum product that is burnt in a heat-generating oven or boiler or used in an energy-generating engine, except oils having a flash point of about 40 ° C (104 ° F) and those burnt in cotton or wool burners. Fuel oil is made up of long chain hydrocarbons, in particular alkanes, alkane and aromatic cycles. Fuel oil is also used as a term in the narrow sense to only indicate heavy commercial fuel that can be obtained from crude oil, that is heavier than gasoline and naphtha.
I.S.A. can provide medium or large quantities both CIF and FOB, allowing convenience and precision in supplies.


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JP Fuel A-1

It is the standard fuel for turbine engines, used by all airlines, present at all airports, and with strictly standardized features, the result of the complex combination of hydrocarbons obtained by crude distillation. It consists of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers predominantly in the range of C9 through C16 and boiling in the range of approximately 150 ° C to 290 ° C.
I.S.A. can fulfil the wider needs thanks to agreements with both European and International refineries, thus guaranteeing competitiveness and savings in supplies.




JP Fuel 54

JP-5 or JP54 is a kerosene-derived jet fuel for use on turbocharged airplanes or the oldest and simplest reaction engines supported by a turbo fan. The JP-5 fuels comply with the specifications defined by the MIL-DTL-5624 standard.
I.S.A. can fulfil the wider needs thanks to agreements with both European and International refineries and guarantees competitiveness and savings in supplies.


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Crude Oil

Crude oil is a naturally occurring, unrefined petroleum product composed of hydrocarbon deposits and other organic materials. A type of fossil fuel, crude oil can be refined to produce usable products such as gasoline, diesel and various forms of petrochemicals.
I.S.A. is able to supply it thanks to direct agreement with producers.




Mazut

Viscous residue produced during the distillation of specific crude oils, in particular Russian ones. It is used as a fuel and it is still on the market today because used in very large quantities.
I.S.A. is able to supply it thanks to direct agreements with producers.


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