Coal Tar Creosote Oil – For Preservative of Timber confirming to IS 218 of 1968 & BS 144 of 1990. Specifications
Specific Gravity at 30°C
1.003 – 1.108
1.003 – 1.108
Distillation Limits %
Upto 205 °C
Upto 230 °C
5 - 10
Upto 315 °C
40 – 78
Upto 355 °C
73 – 85
6 - 15
6 – 20
Liquidity after heating up to
38 °C and keeping at 32 °C
for 2 hours
General purpose, marine, timber, Railway
sleepers and where decay hazard is high but
some exudation of creosote in service is
and structural timbers.
The above specifications are typical and may vary within limits from batch to batch. GRPL does not guarantee the typical (or other non- specifications) values. Analyses are performed on representative samples and not the actual product shipped. We based the information on data believed to be reliable on the date compiled. But we do not represent, warrant or otherwise guarantee expressly or implied the merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, suitability, accuracy, reliability or completeness of this information or the products, material or process described. The user is solely responsible for all determination regarding any use of the material or product in its territories of interest.
Creosote contains phenols. Use PVC or Polychloroprene gloves and face shield are
If splashed thoroughly irrigates the eye under a running cold-water tap. Use copious
quantities of buffered phosphate solution if available. Get medical aid as soon as possible.
Immediately wash with industrial methelated spirit or Isopropanol followed by a wash with
soap and water.