The Xplorer TX/TS is a microcoulometric Total Chloride and Total Sulfur combustion analyzer. It blends into every laboratory environment, whether it is for R&D, chemical or petrochemical applications. Solid, liquid, gas and LPG samples; this robust Elemental Combustion Analyzer handles them all. Determination of Chloride and Sulfur concentrations according to Microcoulometry is an absolute technique and calibrating the analyzer is not a requirement. With its low detection limit it is possible to measure concentrations at ppb level.
The Xplorer-TX (MCT) and the Xplorer-TS (MCT) are also available as seperate models.
“The TE XPLORER Analyzer produces measurements Lion Elastomers can rely on as accurate and precise for solid and viscous liquid EPDM samples, water samples, and organic solvent samples. The company has been able to improve processes, products, and respond to customer inquiries quicker because of the TE XPLORER Analyzer. I recommend the TE XPLORER Analyzer for measurement of Chloride.”
Garrett J. Doucet, PhD
R&D Analytical Chemist at Lion Elastomers
Knowing the exact concentration of Total Sulfur and Total Chloride in certain feeds has always been important within the production process of refineries.
• Organic Chlorides will form hydrochloric acid, this formation needs to be avoided to minimize corrosion in towers and furnaces used in these processes.
• Residual Sulfur in fuel oils will influence emissions of Sulfur dioxide (SO2), resulting in plant corrosion and atmospheric pollution if this level is too high. In Europe, the maximum allowed amount of Sulfur in diesel has been set at 10 ppm.
• Sulfur in petroleum products is tested in a variety of petroleum products after the hydrodesulfurization process, because of the risks of platinum based catalyst poisoning.
ASTM D3120, GB/T 18612, GB/T 11061, SH/T 0253, UOP 910, UOP 779, GB/T 11060.4, ASTM D3246, ASTM D7457, ASTM D6721, ASTM D5808, ASTM D5194, ASTM D4929, ASTM D3961, EPA 9076, GOST R 52247, NEN 5735, NEN 5777, NEN 6979, NEN 6402, NEN 6676, DIN 38409-8, DIN 51408-2, NEN-EN 14077
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