Fuel analyzer EDX3300Ssulfurconcentration

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Recently the restriction on the amount of sulfur present in petrochemical products especially oils such as gasoline, diesel and lubricating oil has become a critical environmental concern. When too much sulfur is present in the fuels, it reacts with the air dissolved in fuel and reduces its stability; furthermore, in the burning process of fuels, sulfur decreases the transformation of the toxic discharges and results in the erosion of the engine's fuel system. Sulfur Dioxide is also generated in the burning process and it possesses a substantial threat to the natural environment. The ASTM D4294 Standard test is the testing process that utilizes an EDXRF Spectrometer. The EDX3200S was specifically designed for this test method. Technical Specifications •Measurable Elements: Sulfur (P - U) •Analysis Range: 5ppm - 99.99% •Detection Limit: 15ppm (5ppm when helium gas is filled) •Standard Deviation when > 100ppm: 15ppm •Standard Deviation when < 100ppm: 10ppm •Tests: Liquids Only •Ambient Temperature: -20°C - +50°C •Power Input: 110V AC or 220V AC Key Features •Small and smooth, simple but elegant. The silver lightappearancedemonstrates splendor. •Super small sealed helium gassample chamber. •The sample cup is designed of the same height, which ensures the measurement data to be accurate and saves the consumptionofthestandardsampleandthegas. •High excitation efficiency end-window X-ray tube, large area Si-PIN detector, with good dissipationcapability and high stability. •Top lighting design saves the traditional protection membrane, improves the test precision and prevents the sample from polluting the X-ray tube and Be window of the detector
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