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Rail Car Cleaning

Rail Car Cleaning

Learn how we cut down the time to clean rail cars from 1 every 4-5 days to cleaning 4-6 rail cars per day. LEL’s cut to zero and no expenses were required for supplied air operations.

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FQE Scale-Solv BA - Patent Pending

New Barium Sulfate Scale

Proprietary chemical designed specifically for hard scale removal. Utilizing dissolvers with catalytic activators enhance the rate of dissolution and has proven effective with a wide variety of scales.

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FQE Solvent-H Asphaltene Dissolver

Asphaltene Control

Restores process efficiencies, eliminates costly hazardous waste disposal, and recovers valuable hydrocarbons for reintroduction into the refining process — creating additional production revenue.

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On-line / In-Service Exchanger Cleaning

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Learn about a new shock treatment application for heavy hydrocarbon fouled exchangers.

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Industry Focused. Educational Blog.

Learn from our award-winning chemist—the developer of over 200 chemistries—about the roles chemicals play in the industrial sectors through this educational series.

Part 13: Catalytic Cracking

Catalytic Cracking

Cracking is a process in which large hydrocarbon molecules are broken up “cracked” into smaller, more valuable hydrocarbon molecules…

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Part 12: Emulsions and Their Formation

Emulsion formation blog

Petroleum refining and oil and gas production operations generate both oil-in-water (O/W) and water-in-oil (W/O) emulsions. These emulsions…

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Doug Mason Chemical Industry Blog

Visit the FQE Chemicals blog home page to keep up with all the latest posts written by award-winning chemist, Douglas Mason, M.Sc., Organic Chemistry.

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