How Do You Find Local Fueling Stations That Sell Kerosene?

Hardware stores, petrol stations, and vehicle repair businesses frequently sell kerosene fuel. It can be bought in bulk or already packaged. Using internet directories or the yellow pages, you may locate fueling stations that offer kerosene. Some petroleum suppliers, like Sunoco, offer online directories of locations.

Petroleum distillation is used to create the heating fuel kerosene. Today, it is employed in both jet engines and home heating. It comes in blue containers rather than the red ones that gasoline is marketed in and is less combustible. Kerosene is not always offered at gas stations that also sell gasoline since it is regulated and sold differently than gasoline.

Make sure you only purchase kerosene from merchants who offer 1-K grade kerosene that has received state certification. Kerosen that does not bear the 1-K label may be unstable and dangerous. Kerosene should be stored in a separate container from other fuels, such as gasoline.

Kerosene should only be kept in blue, newly sealed canisters. Using different containers, such as those made of metal, glass, or recycled materials, can injure persons handling the containers or contaminate the kerosene.

Make sure the containers are tightly sealed if you’re storing kerosene. Kerosene can be kept for one to three months, but it shouldn’t be kept for a long period because it can damage heating systems.

Users can search for and find gas stations and convenience stores in any area of the United States using Sunoco’s Store & Gas Station Locator, an online utility navigation service offered by Sunoco Inc. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania serves as the corporate headquarters of Sunoco Inc., an American manufacturer of petroleum and petrochemicals.

Open and select the Gas Station Locator tab in the top right-hand corner of the page to access the Locator feature. The tool includes a list of all states that are displayed as active links, a search bar where users may enter search location information such as a street address, city, state, or ZIP code, and a drop-down list where users can define the search radius.

In order to narrow down the search, the website also provides a list of checkboxes with various search-related features, such as diesel fuel, kerosene, car wash, ATM, and vehicle wash.

Enter a city, state, or ZIP code, set the search radius, and select the kerosene checkbox to discover the closest gas stations that offer the fuel. The website generates a list of every gas station selling kerosene in the given area.

Misha Khatri
Misha Khatri is an emeritus professor in the University of Notre Dame's Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. He graduated from Northern Illinois University with a BSc in Chemistry and Mathematics and a PhD in Physical Analytical Chemistry from the University of Utah.


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