Kerosene is a petroleum distillate that has a maximum Distillation temperature of 401 degrees Fahrenheit at the 10 percent recovery point, a final boiling point of 572 degrees Fahrenheit, and a minimum flash point of 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Used in space heaters, cookstoves, and water heaters, and suitable for use as an illuminant when burned in wick lamps.

-See also:
"Kerosene" is in the CPC Code "3334"
Kerosene (including kerosene type jet fuel)

"Kerosene" is in the HS Code "2710.19"
- Kerosene (including kerosene type jet fuel)

"Kerosene" is in the UNSPSC Code "39111609"
Kerosene or propane or butane lanterns

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