Chlorine Analysis in Liquid Hydrocarbons, Aqueous Solutions and Catalyst
The Clora Benchtop analyzer is designed for use with liquid hydrocarbons such as aromatics, distillates, heavy fuels and crude oils, as well as aqueous solutions. The enhanced precision of Clora is ideal for testing related to catalyst poisoning in reformers or for sites with fluid catalytic crackers and hydrocrackers monitoring very low levels of chlorine.
Monochromatic Wavelength Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence (MWD XRF) utilizes state-of-theart focusing and monochromating optics to increase excitation intensity and dramatically improve signal-to-background over high power traditional WD XRF instruments. This enables significantly improved detection limits and precision and a reduced sensitivity to matrix effects. A monochromatic and focused primary beam excites the sample and secondary characteristic fluorescence x-rays are emitted from the sample. A second monochromating optic selects the chlorine characteristic x-rays and directs these x-rays to the detector. MWD XRF is a direct measurement technique and does not require consumable gasses or sample conversion.
|LOD||0.07 ppm wt. in hydrocarbons|
|Dynamic Range||0.07 ppm wt. up to 3000 ppm wt.|
|Test Methods||ASTM D7536|
|Dimensions||37 cm (w) x 50 cm (d) x 34 cm (h)|