Saturday, September 10, 2011


An oil compound used with sand to make foundry core.

Core oil is a substance for binding core sand together.

Core-binding properties of beniseed and melon oils are hereby characterised with a view to finding
alternatives to the imported foundry core oils that deplete Nigeria’s foreign exchange.

A report is prepared which contains the results of testing to measure the core making/baking and pouring/ cooling/shakeout emissions from core oil cores.

The residual oil saturation (Sor) of a North Sea sandstone reservoir has been measured by two different techniques.

Core binders are either organic, such as core oil, which are destroyed under heat, or inorganic, which are not destroyed.

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