Chloride in Fuels

Chloride in Fuels

Simplified LPG analysis by ASTM D7994-17

Halides and sulphur in LPG are important factors for corrosion and pollution. Unfortunately, due to the volatile nature of LPG, analysis of these components is more complex than for standard liquid fuels.

 Automating analysis with IC provides a range of benefits;

  • Consistent sample introduction
  • Improved sample handling
  • Multiple parameters with one analysis
  • Low detection limits

Combustion Ion Chromatography allows for the analysis of halides and total sulphur in one, auz.

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