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The admixture of used engine oil blended with kerosene as a substitute for industrial fuel was experimented to determine it's viability for use as an industrial fuel in foundry workshop. Various types of industrial fuel exist, some of which include diesel containing 84.4% of carbon, 11.7% of hydrogen, 1.4% of nitrogen and 0.60% of sulphur, a boiling point of about 5500F (287.780C), of 250oF (121.110C) and it fractionated pouring temperature of 5150F(268.330C). Equipment used for the experimentdoi:10.5281/zenodo.833682 fatcat:hhd6box6nnchrmsxjyyumyrbny