What is E-OIL?
is a bio-emulsifer, which contains active ingredients and
proteinaceous substances blended in a petroleum base. The
hydrophilic nature of E-OIL surrounds the sludge molecules
and a vanderwaals force of attraction is established between
E-OIL molecules and the sludge particle. Due to the external
mechanical agitation, the entire sludge particles will be
dismantled and the viscosity of sludge will be greatly reduced
and the sludge will be converted back in to usable fuel oil.
EMULSIFIERWater is usually present in residuals in two conditions, in bulk form or free form, stratified and mixed in the oil in the form of large drops of water side by side with large drops of oil, which is not an emulsion. This is due to the surface tensions between the oil and water.
E-OIL precisely reduces or breaks the surface tensions with the result that oil and water gets closer. Due to this action of E-OIL, the water drop is completely surrounded by a film of oil, instead of separate drops of oil and water. In the above stated condition, E-OIL reduces the percentage of water compared to the amount of oil, which helps in flame stabilization and combustion. This results in "E-OIL- Fuel oil" emulsion to remain stable, as there will be no free water to cause the burner flame to fluctuate or go out completely.
E-OIL which acts as surface active agents must also be present which will act on the surface tension of the fuel to improve atomization and combustion, thus making the treatment complete and giving benefits from the tank through the burner. There may be some sparking due to this emulsified water, but not enough to reduce the efficiency of the combustion.
VISCOSITY REDUCTIONE-OIL has the ability to reduce the viscosity of the sludge by breaking / reducing surface tension, interfacial tensions between the oil molecules adhered to the wax, sediments and other impurities.
CORROSION INHIBITORE-OIL addition helps in reducing the problem of multiple ash melting point to a greater due to complete combustion of the organic vanadium compounds in the oil. Sulphur being one of the major offender responsible for corrosion, is being completely converted to Sulphur-di-oxide (SO2) and totally eliminate the possibility of Sulphur Trioxide (SO3) formation under certain conditions like improper air to fuel ratio, incomplete combustion etc. SO3 is very harmful especially when present at lower stagnating temperatures. At, Dew Point temperature the condensed water vapor will react with SO3 leading to Sulphuric Acid formation, which is highly corrosive and shall damage metallic parts like chimney, flue gas ducts etc.