bottle test

bottle test

[′bäd·əl ‚test]
(petroleum engineering)
An analytical procedure in which a chemical is added to samples of a water-oil emulsion to determine the quantity of chemical needed to separate the emulsion into oil and water fractions.
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Figure 2 illustrates the two loading configurations used for the bottle tests.
AGR has been providing testing, training and consulting services to the glass industry for more than 60 years and is currently the only independent glass-bottle testing laboratory in the world to have achieved Laboratory Acceptance status from The Coca-Cola Company, which enables the company to conduct glass bottle tests for Coca-Cola and its suppliers.