Design of In line Blender

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Blending Today

Many refineries and oil terminals are still blending components using a batch blending by sequential pumping to a tank. This means, pumping sequentially ā€œnā€ components from blend component tanks to a final product tank.

Why In-Line Blending?

There are many advantages in using an inline blender vs. sequential pumping components to a blend tank; for example:

  1. With an inline blender you can reduce the blending time by at least 50%, which and frees tanks for other purposes and requires less inventory on hand;
  2. Much smaller octane and vapor pressure property giveaway;
  3. No offspecs or re-blends;
  4. Minimize demurrage charges.
  5. Fewer/less testing of blend samples (saving $);

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Sequential Blending

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In-Line Blending

In-line blending system[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Refinery Automation Institute is in this business for over 25 years, designing in-line blender for gasoline, diesel and bunker worldwide.

Save $-Money and switch to in-line blending.

We are helping you:

  • save money
  • increase the tank farm thruput
  • automate the process and make the things easy



  • A modular drop-In place skid mounted, pre-wired, turn-key blender


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Contact Info

Refinery Automation Institute, LLC

6 Leslie Court Morristown,
New Jersey 07960 USA
Phone: +1-973-644-2270
eFAX: +1-973-206-2256