Sort the liquid according to weight using the trays. The light liquid will require lesser processing before it is able to be put to use. The heavier liquids will require more work in order to be ready for usage.
Cracking is then utilized to increase the effectiveness of heavy fuel oils. The heavy fuel oils are composed out of lengthy chains of carbon and hydrogen molecules. The molecules break down into smaller chains with the aid of catalysts making the heavy oils lighter. Reforming is the process which increases the amount of gasoline that emanates from crude oil. Another product that comes from the distillation process of crude oil is called naphtha. Naphtha is a completely different form in comparison to gasoline. Reforming allows the transformation of the naphtha molecules in gasoline-like molecules.
Blending refers to the process whereby different distillation refinery chemicals are mixed to make finished petroleum fuels. Blending gasoline to meet octane standards produces grades that can be observed in the fuel pumps that include premium, regular and mid-grade. These are important in meeting the specifications of certain engines. The procedure of treating gasoline is required to produce cleaner, safer gasoline.