Understanding the composition of finished gasoline is paramount to ensure that a safe and quality petroleum product is delivered to downstream oil and gas customers. PerkinElmer’s portfolio of oxygenate and aromatic analyzers are engineered specifically to meet the needs of customers producing finished gasoline products. Our analyzers can be used to determine ether and alcohol additives in finished gasoline products, as well as benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene and other aromatics as required. Trace methanol, acetaldehyde, MTBE, acetone, 2-propanol can also be analyzed in some models. Once installed, samples can be processed immediately, allowing you to optimize instrument up-time and productivity from day one.
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Featuring a capillary injection port, a pressure switched (PreVent) “heart cut” instrument configuration and three capillary columns, Model 4080 utilizes a PerkinElmer Clarus® 690 GC, and offers total flexibility to analyze for any oxygenate or aromatic compound found in gasoline. The same sample can be run twice with different “heart cut” times, and by spreading the components into two analyses, the interferences found with a large number of components are eliminated. Model 4080 meets the requirements set forth in EN 12177, EN 13132 and IP 425/96 with guaranteed detection levels of benzene at 0.05 – 6%, 0/17% - 15% for individual organic oxygenate compounds, and up to 3.7% for total organically bound oxygen.
|Detection Method||EN 12177, EN 13132 and IP 425/96|
|Product Compatibility||Clarus 690 PPC|
Gasoline samples are complex and a single column solution is not always readily available for the required analysis. As such, solutions that have multiple columns, valves, backflushing and heartcutting ability have been developed to overcome these challenging separations. The resulting standardi ...