Enhanced Total Sulfur Analysis in fuels by TS 7000 to comply with ASTM D5453 method

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The analysis of total sulfur in automotive fuels and related refinery products which is defined in ASTM D5453 method requires an easy to use, reliable and accurate lab analyzer from operator, laboratory and refinery operations perspective. The TSHR TS 7000 model, Total Sulfur analyzer, demonstrates an enhanced performance and fully compliance solution towards ASTM D5453 method.

Having minimum sample volumes but keep the same detection performance at low ppm level sulfur content within the scope of above ASTM method will have significant user advantages such as high productivity, less downtime and precise sulfur data.

This Note described the total sulfur performance data on the TSHR TS 7000 instrument, equipped with an auto injector (AI 7000 model) or with a liquids autosampler, HR 7000 series, to test the use of typical sample volumes and verify the calibration curves performance as per ASTM D5453 method. Also a set of CRM ultra-low sulfur diesel samples (ULSD) have been analyzed to show the correlation reference of these CRM samples when using the TS 7000.

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