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Sulfur in Fuel Analysis

Analyzers for Rapid Determination of Sulfur Content in Fuels

Sulfur in Petroleum Products, ULSD Testing, and More

 

Rigaku benchtop EDXRF (energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence) and process elemental analyzers offer users flexibility and affordability for determining sulfur in fuels. They provide an unmatched price/performance ratio, serve many screening and monitoring needs, and meet compliance with multiple testing methods and standards. Rigaku EDXRFs offer analysis of sulfur in petroleum and petroleum products per ASTM D4294, ultra-low sulfur in diesel testing (ULSD testing) per ASTM D7220, ultra-low sulfur in gasoline per U.S. EPA Tier 3 Fuel Standards, and much more.

Determine Sulfur in Fuels and Other Critical Elements

Rigaku EDXRF benchtop systems include the compact NEX QC Series for routine quality control needs, the advanced NEX DE for more demanding applications, and the powerful NEX CG II indirect excitation analyzer for complex applications and research. Additionally, the NEX QC Marine Fuel Analyzer ensures compliance with IMO 2020. All Rigaku EDXRF benchtop systems have multi-element analysis capabilities, allowing users to measure sulfur in fuels and analyze for other critical elements.

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Versatile, Cost-effective Solutions for the Analysis of Sulfur in Fuels

NEX QC Series analyzers combine superior performance capabilities with affordability. They are lightweight, portable, and do not require an external PC. The intuitive touchscreen interface and built-in printer make these instruments easy to use and convenient for routine analysis of sulfur in fuels. These analyzers are well-suited for measuring sulfur in petroleum products per ASTM D4294, bunker fuel, and perform other petroleum-related applications. In addition, NEX QC Series offer compliance with ISO 13032 for the analysis of ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) and lead in gasoline per ASTM D5059.

NEX DE is a versatile, high-performance benchtop specifically designed for rapid elemental analysis, allowing users to certify products more quicker and easier. It is an ideal tool for determining sulfur in fuels quickly while offering compliance with several international norms and testing criteria. Users can analyze sulfur in automotive fuels, such as ULSD testing per ISO 13032, and measure for other elements such as vanadium, iron, and nickel in crude, residual oil, bunker fuels, and other heavy hydrocarbon oils.

NEX CG II is Rigaku’s highly versatile all-in-one petroleum analyzer offering fast, reliable measuring and monitoring for ultra-low sulfur applications and so much more. It provides exceptional performance for ASTM and international compliance for ULSD testing per ASTM D7220 and meets Tier 3 requirements for analysis of ultra-low sulfur in fuel. In addition to determining the sulfur content of automotive fuels, users can also reliably analyze for manganese in MoGas (motor gasoline) and AvGas (aviation gasoline) at low and ultra-low levels per ASTM D5059 Part D and easily meet ASTM D5059 Parts C and A compliance using the Bi internal standard method to measure lead in gasoline samples. NEX CG II also delivers the lowest chlorine detection limits for ASTM D4929 compliance using Part C methodology.

On-line, Real-time Analysis of Sulfur in Fuels

For on-line analysis needs, NEX XT offers real-time total sulfur measurements (0.02% to 6%) in heavy or light oils to satisfy the needs of refineries, pipelines, blending operations, bunkering terminals, and other storage facilities. Applications include bunker fuel blending, interface detection of different grade fuels delivered via pipelines, refinery feedstock blending and monitoring, diesel/kerosene blending or production, and more.

NEX XT is faster, more sensitive, and far more compact than competitive systems, and provides continuous, reliable detection of sulfur at pressures up to 100 bar (1450 psig). NEX XT can operate as a stand-alone analyzer or provide real-time closed-loop control when tied into a blending or plant-wide automation system. Its other key features are a simplified user interface, reduced standards requirement, automatic density compensation, password protection, and a standard platform for communicating sulfur and density to a plant-wide DCS.

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