New and improved sensitivity for compliant analysis without helium: Live demonstration analyzing sulfur in automotive fuels

Malvern Panalytical has officially launched the Epsilon 1 as a new analytical solution to enable compliance with international test methods like ISO and ASTM. The Epsilon 1 is the first analytical solution to meet this requirement without the use of helium. The new patent-pending setup enhances the Epsilon 1’s sensitivity, performs without logistics being connected to helium supplies, and also has an extremely low cost-per-analysis. The system is pre-calibrated in the factory and is an out-of-the-box solution for the analysis of low sulfur and chlorine content in fuels.

During this interactive live demonstration, we’ll show how the system can be used to quickly and easily analyze sulfur in automotive samples.


Taco van der Maten - Segment Manager – Petrochemicals of Malvern Panalytical and Member of ISO and Lieven Kempenaers - Product Manager benchtop XRF of Malvern Panalytical

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- Who should attend?

Lab managers, QC managers, plant managers, blending plant process control managers.

Anyone interested in Sulfur in Fuels analysis by XRF

What will you learn?

Why helium is no longer required to meet ISO 13032 and why this is beneficial

The difference between performance-based test methods and solution-specific test methods

Why Malvern Panalytical’s new patent-pending technology can achieve compliance with ISO 13032