Oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor
Corrosion is a natural phenomenon that occurs due to the electrochemical reaction of metal with its environment. In the oil and gas industry, corrosion is one of the major problems that cost a large amount of money annually. Part of this amount is related to the corrosion of pipes or oil transmission lines. Effective ways to prevent corrosion of oil transfer and storage equipment are divided into two categories of physical and chemical solutions. Physical corrosion treatments have found limited application in preventing corrosion in oil transfer and storage equipment due to features such as the need for high investment, inefficiency of the restraint system in the event of a change in the system and their special corrosion monitoring equipment. Chemical treatment of corrosion involves the use of corrosion inhibitors. This product is used to prevent corrosion in oil and gas transmission lines and equipment. Oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor
The Oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor produced by Abrizan Company is an organic corrosion inhibitor with high solubility in hydrocarbons  and / or very high dispersion  in water along with the performance and film formation properties . This inhibitor shows good layering in batch (discontinuous) improvement and is an indicator inhibitor for continuous improvement.
High thermal stability
Soluble in hydrocarbons and alcohols
Compatibility with other chemicals (anti-foaming and anti-emulsion)
High thermal stability (300 degrees Fahrenheit)
Stability of the protective film over time
Oil-soluble corrosion inhibitor may be applied by batch injection (discontinuous) or continuously. The amount of chemical required depends on the length and diameter of the lines. A sufficient volume of inhibitor is necessary to completely cover the lines. The injection points are usually in the crude oil transfer centers and by the anti-corrosion injection pump depending on the size of the line after the main pump of the center. The distance between the injection points is based on the distance between the oil transfer centers.
Color: dark amber
Odor: Strong odor of oil
Density at 20 degrees Celsius (grams per cubic meter): 0.95-0.85.
Viscosity (cSt) at 40 ° C: 0 / 2-0 / 5
Falling point (degrees Celsius): 5->
Flash point (degrees Celsius): > 50
 Hydrocarbon solution
 Water dispersible
 Film forming