The wave-dispersive x-ray fluorescence sulfur analyzer is designed to measure the mass fraction of sulfur in automotive fuel, as well as in oil and petroleum products.
Implements an arbitration method for measuring the mass fraction of sulfur in automobile fuels of the third, fourth and fifth classes.
The device is designed specifically for high-quality and fast X-ray fluorescence analysis of fuel in accordance with the technical regulation “On the requirements for automobile and aviation gasoline, diesel and marine fuel, jet fuel and heating oil”, which establishes an arbitration X-ray fluorescent wave dispersive method for determining the mass fraction of sulfur in automobile fuels of fourth and fifth grades.
The wavelength-dispersive sulfur analyzer SPECTROSKAN SW-D3 is designed to meet all the requirements for the process of X-ray fluorescence elemental analysis of low sulfur content in petroleum products. Operator actions during measurements are minimized:
– enter the sample number / name from the built-in keyboard;
– the sample is poured into two cuvettes;
– the obtained samples are placed in the analyzer and measurements are started.
The analyzer performs all subsequent actions automatically without operator participation:
– calculates and displays the sulfur content in the sample;
– calculates the convergence – the difference in determining the mass fraction of sulfur in the first and second samples;
– prints the measurement results on the built-in printer.
Wave-dispersive x-ray fluorescence analyzer for determination of the mass fraction of chlorine and sulfur in liquid samples.
The wave-dispersive x-ray fluorescence analyzer is designed to measure the mass fraction of sulfur, lead, manganese and iron in automotive fuel, as well as any distillate oil products.
Technical Regulations TR CU 013/2011 “On Requirements for Automobile and Aviation Gasoline, Diesel and Marine Fuel, Jet Fuel and Fuel Oil” imposes requirements on the content of sulfur and metals in automobile fuel. The analyzer allows you to carry out measurements in order to confirm the conformity of the fuel, according to indicators: mass fraction of sulfur, concentration of iron, manganese and lead.