TN analysis in VGO samples using TN 7000 model in compliance with ASTM D4629
The TSHR Total Nitrogen Analyzer, TN 7000, is ideal for the determination of Total Nitrogen in a wide range of liquid hydrocarbon samples from very light liquid hydrocarbons to heavy hydrocarbons such like VGO sample types in compliance with ASTM D4629 method. The TSHR TN 7000 model can be fitted with the HR 7100 autosampler model equipped with a heated sample tray, and accommodate syringes of 25ul, 50 ul and 100 ul in order to customize certain application needs.
The injection port design is maintained at 500 °C to ensure a proper introduction of the sample. Once the liquid sample is evaporated it enters the oxygen rich combustion zone to ensure an oxidative conversion of the nitrogen components into NOx (nitrogen oxide) at 1000 °C. Water and interferences (if any) are removed by the conditioning stage, which involves a permeable membrane dryer tube.
The NO is swept to the chemiluminescence detector, where it reacts with ozone to form NO2 in an excited electronic state, which rapidly returns to ground state, emitting a photon through chemiluminescence. A PMT detector measures the light intensity and converts it electronically, with reference to stored calibration information, to display the analytical result as mass of nitrogen or as nitrogen concentration in the sample.
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