Dehazers can be defined as additives which remove water from gasoline, diesel and heating fuels, protect against corrosion and future water ingress. Water in fuel can degrade engine performance; dehazers therefore improve fuel quality and reduce the formation of haze. Dehazers are not affected by polar compounds (such as alcohols) in the fuel and are designed to facilitate the combining of very small water droplets into larger droplets, which then separate from the fuel under gravity. Fuels may be contaminated with water during production, transportation and storage. To aid removal of water, we supply dehazers that are effective at low dosage.
Demulsifiers are a class of compounds used to break emulsions, typically oil in water emulsions. Whilst demulsifiers are most commonly used in the crude oil industry, they also have application in lubricant applications where the formulation of emulsions could be detrimental to the performance of the lubricant, for example, in hydraulic and industrial gear oils. Demulsification of the aqueous phase from the oil based lubricant enables water to be removed from the system, thus minimising or preventing harmful effects such as corrosion, foaming and cavitation from occurring.
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