HORIBA introduces the new standard of transportable sulfur-in-oil analyzers, the SLFA-60. This instrument introduces new software and hardware features to meet the growing changes in the petroleum industry. The instrument has expanded storage of calibration curves and data can be exported using USB output. The measurement range has increased to 0-9.9999 wt% to cover high sulfur crudes and shale oil markets.
SLFA-60, X-ray Fluorescence Sulfur-in-Oil Analyzer
- Simple operation
- Easy maintenance
- Robust construction
New Software features allow up to 15 separate calibration curves. There are three sets and each set represents 5 separate calibration curves. The Software also allows the users to choose between linear or quadratic curves. Calibration curves are restored manually without having to recalibrate as long as coefficients value/calibration data are on hand.
Expanded Measurement Range (0~9.9999wt%): This new model can measure a wider range of sulfur content. It has an expanded range to measure from 0-9.9999 wt% sulfur, due to the higher sulfur concentrations of crude and shale oil markets.
Large printouts: Printouts show important information, including sample ID, X-ray spectrum, date and time, measurement average value, standard deviation and calibration curve graph.
Safety mechanism: The SLFA-60 has a protective membrane covering the cell window to prevent the detector and X-ray tube from accidental sample leakage. This protective membrane unit is simple to assemble and replace.