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PUVF-method-based total sulfur analyzers

Thermo ScientificTM

  • Measurement ranges from 0-2ppm to 100% total sulfur in liquid and gaseous fuels
  • Analysis of ppb total sulfur levels in reforming and isomerization
  • Total sulfur measurement in flare gas

H2S / SO2 full spectrum UV analyzers in sulfur recovery units (SRUs)

H2S / SO2 full spectrum UV analyzers in sulfur recovery units (SRUs)

Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc.

  • Acid gas analyzer to assess the inlet stream
  • Tail-gas analyzer to control air demand during the Claus process
  • pit-gas analyzer to optimize and monitor the captured sulfur during the process

Automatic and manual sampling systems and components

 

Automatic and manual sampling systems and components

Sentry® Equipment Corp.

  • Samplers for all type of process gases, liquids, slurries and liquefied gases
  • Hygienic sampling of powders and liquids in food and beverages
  • Boiler water and steam sampling and analysis
  • Sample coolers and heat exchangers
  • Removable corrosion coupon holders for internal corrosion assessment
  • Removable atomizers and injection quills for chemical applications

 

 

 

 

Physical property analyzers

Icon Scientific

  • Colour opacity, distillation and viscosity analyzers for petroleum based products
  • Cloud point, Cetane number analyzers for diesel
  • Flash point, freeze point analyzers for Kerosine
  • Vapour pressure analyzers and ethanol blend optimizer for Gasoline
  • Pour point analyzers for Lube oils

Analyzers of trace H2S and total S in gases

Galvanic Applied Sciences Inc.

  • Analysis of low ppb and ppm levels in catalyst protection applications such as the production of ammonia, methanol, GTL, etc.
  • Measurement of low ppb and ppm levels in hydrogen plants
  • Analysis of low ppb and ppm levels in CO2cleaning
  • Measurement of low ppb and ppm levels in natural gas applications