ASTM Table Series for Oil Survey

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Series I – TABLE 5 & 6 – FOR API, °F, 60°F
Volume I – Generalized Crude Oils (Tables 5A & 6A)
Volume II – Generalized Products (Tables 5B and 6B)
Volume III – Individual and Special Applications (Table 6C)

Series II – TABLE 23 & 24 – FOR RELATIVE DENSITY, °F, 60°F
Volume IV – Generalized Crude Oils (Tables 23A & 24A)
Volume V – Generalized Products (Tables 23B and 24B)
Volume VI – Individual and Special Applications (Table 24C)

Series III – TABLE 53 & 54 – FOR KG/cm³ DENSITY, °C, 15°C
Volume VII – Generalized Crude Oils (Tables 53A & 54A)
Volume VIII – Generalized Products (Tables 53B and 54B)
Volume IX – Individual and Special Applications (Table 54C)

Volume X – Background, Documentation, Program Listings
Volume XI / XII – ASTM D 1250-80 – API standard 2540 and IP Designation 200 apply

Volume XI – ENTRY WITH API GRAVITY
Table 1 – Interrelation of Units of Measurement
Table 2 – Temperature Conversions
Table 3 – API Gravity at 60°F to Relative Density 60/60°F and to Density at 15°C
Table 4 – U.S. Gallons at 60°F and Barrels at 60°F to Litres at 15°C against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 8 – Pounds per US Gallon at 60°F and US Gallons at 60°F per pound against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 9 – Short Tons per 1000 US Gallons at 60°F and Barrel at 60°F against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 10 – US Gallons at 60°F and Barrels at 60°F per Short Ton against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 11 – Long Tons per 1000 US Gallons at 60°F and per Barrel at 60°F against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 12 – US Gallons at 60°F and Barrels at 60°F per Long Ton against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 13 – Metric Tons per 1000 US Gallons at 60°F and per Barrel at 60°F against API Gravity at 60°F
Table 14 – Cubic Metres at 15°C per Short Ton and per Long Ton against API Gravity at 60°F

Volume XII – ENTRY WITH RELATIVE DENSITY
Table 21 – Relative Density 60/60°F to API Gravity at 60°F and to Density at 15°C
Table 22 – US Gallons at 60°F to Litres at 15°C and Barrels at 60°F to Cubic Metres at 15°C
Table 26 – Pounds per US Gallon at 60°F and US Gallons at 60°F per Pound against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 27 – Short Tons per 1000 US Gallons at 60°F and per Barrel at 60°F against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 28 – US Gallons at 60°F and Barrels at 60°F per Short Ton against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 29 – Long Tons per 1000 US Gallons at 60°F and per Barrel at 60°F against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 30 – US Gallons at 60°F and Barrels At 60°F per Long Ton against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 31 – Cubic Metres at 15°C per Short Ton and per Long Ton against Relative Density 60/60°F
Table 33 – Specific Gravity Reduction to 60°F for Liquefied Petroleum Gases and Natural Gasoline
Table 34 – Reduction of Volume to 60°F against Specific Gravity 60/60°F for Liquefied Petroleum Gases
Table 51 – Density at 15°C to Relative Density 60/60°F and to API Gravity at 60°F
Table 52 – Barrels at 60°F to Cubic Metres at 15°C and Cubic Metres at 15°C to Barrels at 60°F
Table 56 – Kilograms per Litre at 15°C and Litres at 15°C per Metric Ton against Density at 15°C
Table 57 – Short Tons and Long Tons per 1000 Litres at 15°C against Density at 15°C
Table 58 – US Gallons and Barrels per Metric Ton against Density at 15°C

Volume XIII – LUBRICATING OILS, TABLES 5D & 6D
Volume XIV -LUBRICATING OILS, TABLES 53D & 54D

Please remember that normally the density or API is provided by the terminal or surveyor in the load ports and what is used will be dependent on the region / port of loading. For example in USA / Canada, Persian Gulf, API usage is prevalent, while entire of Europe and Asia uses Density at 15°C. However please ascertain, if Density at 15°C is provided, whether it is in air or in vacuum. This is very important when finding out from Table 54, since the density provided there is in Air and hence same must be used. (Density at 15°C in Air = Density at 15°C in Vacuum – 0.0011.

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