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Industry Buying Guide
A S Harrison & Co Pty Limited
We are a 90-year-old Australian owned and operated company that sources
products worldwide from leading specialty chemical manufactures whose
formulations are designed and proven to provide value-added solutions by
reducing costs, enhancing safety, reducing environmental impact, meeting
specification, protecting assets, improving performance and providing traceability.
Fuel Additives – Reverse Osmosis Membrane Chemicals – Infrastructure
and Corrosion Protection – Dust Suppression – Pipeline Drag Reducers
Antifoam: Reduce foaming in petroleum products allowing for faster
fill, reduced odour release and splashback.
Antioxidants: Used to stabilise gasoline and jet fuels by retarding gum
Ash Modifiers for Heavy Fuel Oil: A combination of ash inhibitor and
combustion catalyst to improve combustion and ensure exhaust valves
and heater tubes remain free of ash deposits.
Biocides: A non-corrosive fuel additive that kills microbes that can grow
in diesel, bio diesel and jet resulting in clogged filters and corroded
Cetane Number Improvers: Increase the cetane number of diesel
fuel and provide a positive operational improvement in cold start,
emissions and noise reduction.
Cold Flow Improvers: Improves low temperature operability
performance of diesel by depressing cloud point, cold filter plugging
point or pour point of middle distillates.
Combustion Improvers for Diesel and Heavy Fuel Oil: Enhances cylinder
combustion improving engine efficiency, reducing deposit build-up
Conductivity Improvers: Static dissipaters help prevent potentially
dangerous static discharge when loading low conductivity fuels.
Corrosion Inhibitors: A full range that inhibits the corrosion tendency of
fuel/water mix and protects fuel systems and distribution infrastructure.
Liquid and vapour phase corrosion inhibitors that afford protection of
infrastructure including pipe work and concrete are also available.
Demulsifiers: Provides enhanced protection against the development
of fuel/water emulsions.
Diesel Fuel Detergents: Provide diesel fuel with clean up and keep
clean capability. Used to reduce nozzle and injector fouling providing
sustained improved fuel economy, increased power and acceleration
and reduced emissions.
Diesel Stabilisers: Additives that provide colour stability and reduce
degradation of Diesel.
Drag Reducers: Long chain polymers that can assist in increasing
throughput and decreasing pressure requirements in long distant
pipelines. Used as an energy saving and de-bottlenecking solution
Dyes and Markers: Coloured dyes used for oil, fuels and other products
to differentiate grades or provide unique identification/traceability.
Markers provide invisible (covert) traceability allowing identification of
fuel and quantitative analysis of purity.
Gasoline Detergents: Provide gasoline with a clean-up and keep clean
capability controlling deposit formation in carburettors, fuel injectors,
intake valves and combustion chambers.
Heavy Fuel Oil Stabilisers: Additives to control the sludge formation in
tanks and fuel systems. Also provides greater stability of blended fuels.
Lubricity Additives: Used in LSD and ULSD diesel to improve its
lubricating property thereby reducing fuel system component wear.
Multifunctional additive packages: Tailored formulations offered for
diesel and gasoline to help refiners and blenders to maximise fuel
quality, meet national fuel specifications and provide formulators and
marketers with a cost-effective means to differentiate their fuels.
Octane Number Improvers: Improves the octane response of gasoline
resulting in more power, better acceleration and smoother running.
Seal Swell Actives: Reduces the seal swell tendency of finished
products providing enhanced anti-leak characteristics.
A S Harrison & Co New Zealand Pty Ltd
75 Old Pittwater Road
02 8978 1000
02 8978 1050
ABB is a pioneering technology leader that is writing the future of industrial
digitalisation. For more than four decades, we have been at the forefront,
innovating digitally connected and enabled industrial equipment and
systems. Every day, our solutions drive efficiency, safety and productivity in
the mining, oil and gas, and associated industries.
In mining, ABB offers complete plant electrification solutions and is a leader
in automating mining technologies and enterprise software solutions.
Technologies include integrated process control and optimisation
solutions, microgrids, motor control centres, motors and drives systems,
instrumentation, analyser systems, as well as medium- and low-voltage
switchgear, robots and turbochargers.
ABB’s offerings are supported by field maintenance and asset management
services and are sold both directly through channel partners. ABB’s portfolio
helps our mining customers solve their greatest challenges.
ABB has a proven record in designing and delivering complete
electrification and automation solutions, as well as enterprise software
systems that are tailored to meet our mining and oil and gas customers’
Microgrids, sag and ball mill drives, mine hoisting systems, power
reticulation in high and low voltage, plant control systems, instrumentation,
analyser systems, robotics, turbochargers, medium- and low-voltage
switchgear, motors, motor control centres, distribution transformers, power
factor correction, harmonic filters, variable speed drives, enterprise asset
management, asset performance management.
With the launch of ABB Ability TM in March 2017, ABB is making a quantum
leap in digital. With more than 210 ABB Ability solutions available today,
ABB is leveraging its large installed base of connected systems and devices.
ABB Ability is a solution-led approach based on ABB’s leading portfolio
and domain expertise. It has secure, open architecture ranging from edge
to cloud. ABB Ability is central to ABB’s strategy to drive growth through
expansion of high-value-added solutions and services.
ABB operates in more than 100 countries and employs around 135,000
757 Ann Street
1800 222 435
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