Refinery gas analyzers (RGA) utilize gas chromatography to test and characterize gases and pressurized liquids utilized in refinery operations. Routine testing of refinery gas aids operators in achieving product quality goals, while also protecting equipment that could be damaged by contaminants. PerkinElmer’s RGA instruments are designed to provide the flexibility needed by refineries producing a number of petroleum varieties, considering a number of variables, conditions and sample types. Our RGA instruments provide complete solutions for the analysis of hydrogen, helium, oxygen/argon, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, hydrogen sulfide, and light hydrocarbons from methane through hexane.
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Model 1515 builds on the capabilities of Model 1315, offering the analysis of He, H2, O2, N2, CO2, CO, H2S, C1 through C5 and a =C5/C6+ composite peak in gas, liquid and pressurized liquid (LPG) samples. In addition to the capabilities of Model 1315, this Model includes an LSV on both the HC and LG channels. Utilizing three channels – a dual thermal conductivity detector and a flame ionization detector (TCD/TCD/FID) to analyze all sample types, Model 1515 can analyze samples for all analytes in 15 minutes. RGA Model 1515 provides critical butene-1/isobutylene separation, and also includes Model 3062 Software, which contains a merge program to combine multichannel data into one report. Also included in Model 1515 is a sample-loop purge feature that prevents contamination when changing sample types, a secondary filter and back-pressure regulation for proper liquid-sample introduction, and a built-in vaporization zone for proper liquid-sample injection. Rugged packed columns ensure no degradations from water, ammonia or other common contaminants. Meeting the requirements set forth in ASTM D1945, D1946, D2597, UOP 539, UOP 709, and DIN 51872-4, Model 1515 provides minimum detection levels of 0.002% for the =C5/C6+ composite and 0.001% on all other components on the FID channel, and 0.02% for H2S and 0.01% for all other components on the TCD channel.
|Sample Type||Gas, Liquid, LPG|