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.
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
- Lieven Kempenaers - Product Manager benchtop XRF of Malvern Panalytical
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