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Drag Reduce Agent
 

Addition of trace volume of DRA in oil pipe line can improve capacity of pipe line by reduce drag force. This can reduce maintenance and operation cost of oil transport.

The Drag Reduction Agent or Drag Reducer acts as a flow improver to pipelines that can either provide an increase in flow (using the same amount of energy) resulting in a much higher throughput, or alternatively maintain the same flow rate whilst using considerably less energy.

 
DRA can :

-Increase  Pipeline throughput-Increase  Flow capacity

-Reduce  Carbon emissions of Main line pump stations
-Decrease  Transportation time
-Avoid  Pipeline shut down due to MOL pump maintenance
-Reduce  Mainline pump power demands and consumption costs
 
 

 Specifications :

p[pPolymer Suspension in alcohol solvent

Flash point : 65 C

·         Long life in packing

·         Qualified By QC Control System

·         Available in Various pack ( 50 liter and above)
 
DRA
 
 
 
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The ACECR affiliate in charge:
Iranian R&D Center for Chemical Industries
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