Sulfur Plus Chlorine Analyzer SINDIE + CL
Sindie +Cl is a sulfur and chlorine analyzer delivering two critical measurements with one push of a button and zero hassle. It is the ideal solution for refineries and independent labs to certify sulfur levels in finished products and assess chlorine for corrosion mitigation, all with one instrument.
Sindie +Cl utilizes a technique known as Monochromatic Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (MWDXRF) – delivering exceptional reproducibility. Samples are measured directly, which means it can analyze even the heaviest of hydrocarbons like crude oil or coker residuals without the hassles of boats, injectors, furnaces, or changing detectors.
Sindie +Cl analyzes a broad range of liquid samples from aqueous solutions to the heaviest of hydrocarbons (e.g. VGO or crude oil), all without the need for dilution, combustion gasses, or other hassles like changing detectors, boats, injectors, furnaces, etc.
This model utilizes standard XRF sample cups.
- Easy to use
- Extremely low maintenance
- Total sulfur & chlorine analysis
- For use in multiple application areas
- Hassle-free sample prep
Options: LIMS data output compatible software
Sulfur Plus Lead Analyzer SINDIE + PB
From ultra low sulfur diesel and gasoline to heavy fuel oil and crude, Sindie +Pb delivers unprecedented precision and accuracy for sulfur detection with the added option for measuring lead. As aviation industry requirements become more stringent, lead detection is critical in such products as aviation gasoline and jet fuel. Sindie +Pb is the ideal solution for the energy industry where detection, performance, and reliability are essential.
This model utilizes standard XRF sample cups and the Test Method ASTM D7039 and ISO 20884
Monochromatic Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (MWDXRF®) utilizes state-of-the-art focusing and monochromating optics to increase excitation intensity and dramatically improve signal-to-background over high power traditional WDXRF instruments. This enables significantly improved detection limits and precision and a reduced sensitivity to matrix effects. A monochromatic and focused primary beam excites the sample and secondary characteristic fluorescence X-rays are emitted from the sample. A second monochromating optic selects the sulfur and lead characteristic X-rays and directs these X-rays to the detector. MWDXRF is a direct measurement technique and does not require consumable gasses or sample conversion.