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The dewaxing of oils using ultrasonics

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    It has been established that the ultrasonic irradiation of distillate oils subjected to dewaxing, using controlled dilution and MÉK as solvent, enables this process to be intensified to a considerable extent.

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    In the two-stage dewaxing of irradiated suspensions a highly deoiled wax is obtained besides the dewaxed oil. The irradiation of a suspension before the first stage enables filtration to be intensified in both stages.

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    Narrowing of the feedstock fractional composition enables the dewaxing properties to be greatly improved. The use of ultrasonics raises the dewaxing quality still further.

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    S. Sh. Abramovich, R. M. Ishmaeva, and N. I. Chernozhukov, Khim. i tekhnol. topliv i masel, No. 3 (1965).

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    S. Sh. Abramovich, R. M. Ishmaeva, V. S. Akimov, and V. B. Vakutin, Authors' certificate No. 159921, Byull. izobret. No. 2 (1964).

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    N. F. Bogdanov and A. A. Pereverzev, Dewaxing of Petroleum Products, Gostoptekhizdat (1961).

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    V. S. Akimov, S. Sh. Abramovich, and S. A. Minkhairova, Trudy Bash NII NP, No. 7, Gostoptekhizdat (1964).

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Abramovich, S.S., Chernozhukov, N.I. The dewaxing of oils using ultrasonics. Chem Technol Fuels Oils 1, 459–462 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00729983

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Keywords

  • Filtration
  • Considerable Extent
  • Ultrasonic Irradiation
  • Fractional Composition
  • Control Dilution