emulsified water

emulsified water

[ə′məl·sə‚fīd ′wȯd·ər]
(petroleum engineering)
Water so thoroughly dispersed in petroleum that special treatment procedures are required to separate it.
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Some fuel filters chosen for HPCR engines are highly effective at trapping down to 2-micron contaminants and removing free and emulsified water.
In order to prevent engine failure, the sub-micron coalescing filter technology is intended to remove free and emulsified water and other contaminants from ultra-low sulfur diesel and bio-diesel blends.
9 per cent of water, including emulsified water, and up to 98 per cent of all normal solid or particulate contaminants found in diesel fuel.
9 percent of water, including emulsified water, and up to 98 percent of the normal solid or particulate contaminants found in all diesel fuel.
as the substitution of a fuel part for water reduces the combustion temperature once the vaporization of emulsified water needs an additional energy consumption, it is recommended that we should have an average value.
Parker Energy Systems, a division of Parker Hannifin, has introduced a patent-pending fuel polishing system designed to remove emulsified water from fuel systems and combat the accumulation of water in diesel fuel, preventing corrosion and maximizing the effectiveness of filters.
Even after removing 8,000 gallons of bunker fuel and oily water from a tank in 2007, somewhere between 3,000 and 5,000 gallons of fuel remain in that ship, and the Hennebique holds 140,000 gallons of emulsified water and fuel.
The use of this alkyd results in faster water uptake and stabilization of the total quantity of emulsified water.
Dissolved and emulsified water and entrained gases would remain in the soil, a condition the plant found unacceptable.
3) Providing reclamation and refortification services to restore fluid integrity: Reclamation focuses on preserving a lubricant's integrity by removing solid contaminants, free and emulsified water, dissolved gases and oxidation by-products using filtration, centrifugation, vacuum dehydration or air-stripping processes.
The FRS is used for primary fuel purification and is designed to remove 100% of all free water, including emulsified water, and up to 98% of the normal solid or particulate contaminates found in fuel, including sludge and algae.
The final stage removes dispersed and emulsified water, and filters very fine solids down to 3 microns using industrial water-block fine filters.