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Oil Field Chemicals

Our productions are oil field refinery & Petrochemical specialty to fulfill the needs of oil , gas & Petrochemical industries in Iran.
Our productions are under license of internationally known reputable company of ONDED Nalco Limited (Ex Nalco exxan).
We are supplying NIOC (National Iran oil company ) requirements like oil field chemicals such as Demulsifiers, Corrosion inhibitors, Biocides, ETC………..

Refinery Process Chemicals

1-Overhead corrosion inhibitors.
2- Demulsifiers

Oil Chemicals Field

1-Scale inhibitors



4-Corrosion inhibitors

5-Antifoulants chemicals

6-Oil spill control Aids

7-Industrial cleaners

Petrochemical Additives



3-Scale inhibitors

4-Corrosion inhibitors Please send your oil analyze that you wand to use our production with, then we will give you price & analyze.


Due to intensifying supply and demand issues facing today’s oil industry, production optimization and efficiency objectives are scrutinized more than ever before. Throughout the world, the FRS brand has continued to keep pace with these ever-increasingly stringent challenges.
Well maturity, along with secondary and tertiary recovery methods used to maintain and increase production, have significantly increased levels of water co-produced with oil. Managing this excess water has become more demanding over time. There are also additional problems, as more heavy oil deposits are exploited and mining and SAGD operations are developed. All this contributes to creating more complex and difficult-to-break emulsions. These resulting emulsions, formed through naturally-occurring emulsifiers, or by combinations of added chemicals and pump-shearing effects, need to be broken down by demulsifiers, or emulsion breakers.
Breaking oilfield emulsions efficiently is critical for meeting production targets and expert crude specifications. Since each emulsion is unique, the success of any demulsifiers program depend on the depth of expertise delivered. Baker Petrolite provides the best possible combination of experience and expertise to ensure your operations are safe, fully productive and deliver the highest levels of revenues possible.


Toluene, also known as methylbenzene or phenylmethane is a clear water-insoluble liquid with the typical smell of paint thinners, reminiscent of the sweet smell of the related compound benzene. An aromatic hydrocarbon is widely used as an industrial feedstock and as a solvent. Toluene is listed as a Table II precursor under the Convention Against Illicit Traffic in Narcotic Drugs.


The name toluene was derived from the older name toluol that refers to tolu balsam, an aromatic extract from the tropical American tree Myroxylon balsamum, from which it was first isolated. Jöns Jakob Berzelius originally named it.

Chemical properties

Toluene reacts as a normal aromatic hydrocarbon towards electrophilic aromatic substitution. The methyl group makes it around 25 times more reactive than benzene in such reactions. It undergoes smooth sulfonation to give p-toluenesulfonic acid, and chlorination by Cl2 in the presence of FeCl3 to give ortho and para isomers of chlorotoluene. It undergoes nitration to give ortho and para nitrotoluene isomers, but if heated it can give dinitrotoluene and ultimately the explosive trinitrotoluene (TNT).
With other reagents the methyl side chain in toluene may react, undergoing oxidation. Potassium permanganate leads to benzoic acid, whereas chromyl chloride leads to benzaldehyde. Halogenation can be performed under free radical conditions, for example NBS leads gives benzyl bromide.
Hydrogenation of toluene to methylcyclohexane requires a high pressure of hydrogen to go to completion, because of the stability of the aromatic system.


Toluene occurs naturally at law levels in crude oil and usually produced in the process of making gasoline via a catalytic reformer, in an ethylene cracker or making coke from coal. Final separation (via either distillation or solvent extraction) will take place in a BTX plant

Oil Product Uses

Toluene is used as an octane booster in fuel, as a solvent in paints, paint thinners, chemical reactions, rubber, printing, adhesives, lacquers, leather tanning, disinfectants, and to produce phenol and TNT. It is also used as a raw material for toluene diisocyanate, which is used in the manufacture of polyurethane foams.