Clora? 2XP is designed for use with liquid hydrocarbons such as aromatics, distillates, heavy fuels and crude oils, as well as aqueous solutions. The enhanced precision of Clora 2XP is ideal for testing related to catalyst poisoning in reformers or for sites with fluid catalytic crackers and hydrocrackers monitoring very low levels of chlorine.
A monochromatic X-ray beam with a wavelength suitable to excite the K-shell electrons of sulfur is focused onto a test specimen contained in a sample cell. The fluorescent Kα radiation at 0.5373 nm (5.373 ?) emitted by sulfur is collected by a fixed monochromator (analyzer). The intensity (counts per second) of the sulfur X rays is measured using a suitable detector and converted to the concentration of sulfur (mg/kg) in a test specimen using a calibration equation.
ASTM D7536-16 Standard Test Method for Chlorine in Aromatics by Monochromatic Wavelength Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
ASTM D4929-19 Standard Test Method for Determination of Organic Chloride Content in Crude Oil (procedure C)
SH/T 0977-2019 Using Monochromatic wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometr to determine Light liquid fuels determination of chlorine content
Petrochemical products such as gasoline, diesel, blending distillate, jet fuel, kerosene, biodiesel, Biodiesel Blended fuel, ethanol gasoline, heavy oil, etc. It is suitable for petrochemical enterprises, refining, quality inspection departments, third-party testing and other industries.