Reduced Sample Volumes for TS Analysis According to ASTM D5453 and SH/T 0689
The TSHR Total Sulfur Analyzer, TS 7000, is ideal for the determination of total sulfur particular in an extensive range of liquid hydrocarbon samples such as automotive fuels and high-grade chemicals in compliance with ASTM D5453 and SHT 0689 methods.
The TSHR TS 7000 model Total Sulfur combustion analyzer fitted with the HR 7000 autosampler series, is able to accommodate syringes of 25ul, 50 ul and 100 ul in order customize certain application needs while achieve high precision data.
This note described the performance data of the TS 7000 analyzer configuration when the HR 7000 liquids autosampler is fitted with a 25 ul syringe for direct injection of small sample volumes as per ASTM D5453 methodology. 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 a oxidative conversion of the sulfur components into SO2 (sulfur dioxide) at 1000oC. Water and interferences (if any) are removed by the conditioning stage, which involves a permeable membrane dryer tube.
The dried gas with SO2 is led to the UV-F detector for the excitation of SO2 (SO2*) and a photomultiplier tube (PMT) which detects the light emitted by SO2* returning to its ground state. The automatic gain control (AGC) ensures a constant energy level of the UV lamp for excellent long-term stability and to reduce the need for frequent lamp calibration.
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