Fuel and oils

Versatile and non-destructive methods of characterization

Elemental and trace analysis of catalysts, metals, detrimental elements and substances throughout the refining process is delivered by our X-ray fluorescence (XRF) solutions. XRF is a versatile and non-destructive method of analysis that has become established as vital to process and quality control applications. Malvern Panalytical also provides spray characterization instruments used to study fuel spray devices to enable for better, more efficient engines of the future, and particle size analyzers for assessing fuel filter efficiency.

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Malvern Panalytical systems cater for elemental analysis in many different oils, fuels, biofuels and blends and support easy compliance with international oil and fuel standard test methods like ASTM and ISO and aid in determining combustion efficiency of the engine to ensures meeting current fuel efficiency standards.

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Epsilon 1 Sulfur in fuels

Epsilon 1 Sulfur in fuels

Easiest analysis of sulfur in fuels

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The Petro edition of Zetium

The Petro edition of Zetium

The new element in petrochemicals

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Spraytec

Spraytec

Spray particle and spray droplet size measurement

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Insitec range

Insitec range

Robust, reliable, real-time particle sizing

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Measurement type
Particle size
Thin film metrology
Elemental analysis
Contaminant detection and analysis
Elemental quantification
Technology
Laser Diffraction
Light Scattering
Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (EDXRF)
Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence (WDXRF)