Fuel oil treatment with E-OIL

Today E-OIL treatment is accepted by many industries using heavy and lighter fuel Oils like HFO, diesel or Kerosene. E-OIL when thoroughly mixed increases the efficiency of the Fuel Oil. As there could be a quantum of sludge at the tank bottom, care has to be taken in quantifying the sludge and the quantity of E-OIL to be considered along with the quantity of E-OIL required for Fuel Oil according to the recommended dosage as below.

The modus of operandi for mixing E-OIL in tanks, tankers etc., is very simple, yet has to be done meticulously as explained in the following manner. E-OIL is a safe, user and environment friendly product.

How to mix E-OIL?

1 Litre of E-OIL for every 100 Kgs of hard sludge
1 Litre of E-OIL for every ½ Ton of normal sludge
1 Litre of E-OIL for every 2 Tons of HFO or Lighter Fuels

Mixing Procedure
The fuel oil is pumped out of the tank and E-OIL is poured on to the sludge. Pour / inject or mix E-OIL in the above dosage ratio for effective sludge treatment at the tank bottom. E-OIL when introduced directly on to the sludge mass, is called tank bottom treatment.

Further add at the ratio of ½ litre of E-OIL to 1 ton of neat fuel oil is to be duly mixed. Then pump neat fuel oil already mixed with E-OIL ( at least at the rate of 2 Tons of neat fuel oil to 1 Ton of sludge ), remember that E-OIL mixed neat oil is required to hold and suspend the treated sludge.

E-OIL can also be injected or pumped directly into the sludge mass at the bottom of tank. In the way, a more direct contact with sludge is obtained owing to the pressure of the injection. Further, a more uniform agitation and thorough mixing will be obtained by the use of the circulation pump. In addition, the tank need not be emptied and refilled, requiring no shutdown of operation. This method is more effective than simply pouring E-OIL into the tank.

Run the circulation pump at least for a number of cycles depending on the kind of sludge to obtain quicker homogeneous mix of E-OIL with sludge mass. Mechanical stirring or air agitation is recommended if available. Add E-OIL ( as shown in the picture ) in dosage as stated here above, according to the quantity of fuel oil available in each tank of the rail rakes. Some mechanical stirring through the opening may be given. E-OIL will get mixed with the fuel oil, when the rakes move on the rails for a period of time.

Benefits of E-OIL in Fuel Oil Treatment

  • Fuel oil savings
  • Compatible to all kinds of fuel oil
  • Better automatization,
  • Viscosity reduction,
  • Free flow oil,
  • Emulsifies water present in fuel oils,
  • Dispersion of the organic sediments,
  • Prevention of organic precipitation or sludge,
  • Reduced pollution,
  • Reduction in pumping pressures,
  • Free from carbon and deposits,
  • Steadier flame,
  • Less or no smoke,
  • Reduction in gas emission,
  • Substantial reduction in clinker, corrosion and soot formation,
  • Better heat transfer Throughout the flues,
  • Reduced stack temperature,
  • No side effect,
  • No need to hire / buy special equipment for treatment,
  • Safer to equipment and users,
  • Environment friendly,
  • Easy handling,
  • Only a small dosage is required, means low cost for E-OIL
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