Combustion Apparatus (Wickbold Method) pour l’industrie et la recherche

Wickbold

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Combustion Apparatus (Wickbold Method)

Combustion Apparatus (Wickbold Method)
Combustion Apparatus (Wickbold Method)

Detailed description

Our apparatus having an Oxy-hydrogen burner is used to determine total sulfur by the Wickbold method.

 

This test method covers the determination of total sulfides in liquefied petroleum gases containing more than 1 μg / g. Samples must contain less than 100 μg / g of halogen.

 

Standards ASTM D2784, AFNOR M41-009, ISO 4260, IP 243, DIN 51408

The normative references for this equipment are relatively old, but they are still current in a number of laboratories, in industry and research. This equipment offers the possibility for laboratories to acquire, at a reduced cost, equipment for the determination of total sulfur and possibly fluorine.

 

Other Sulfur / Nitrogen Measurement Equipment

RACKS SO2 and NO2: Measuring racks of continuous sulfur or nitrogen in gases, alimentary CO2 for example. With a built-in permeation bench and certified COS tube.

  • Technical specifications
  • Applications
  • Modes
  • Options
  • Technical specifications

    Principle: WICKBOLD Method

     

    Sulfur measurement in:

    • Petroleum products, samples with 0.1 to 300 ppm
    • Distillates from 1 to 10 000 ppm

     

    Safety:

    "Safety" functions that automatically shuts off the Hydrogen by closing solenoid valves (EV) in case of:

    • opening of the protective cover during combustion
    • reduced cooling water pressure
    • decrease of the Depression of the vacuum in the fluid circuit
    • decrease of oxygen pressure

     

    Supply Gas:

    • Oxygen: 99.5 % - 3 bar
    • Hydrogen: 99.5 % - 3 bar

     

    Electric:

    110 V / 230 V
    60Hz – 50 Hz
    500 W

     

    Température: Stainless steel Burner, up to 2000 °C

     

     

     

     

  • Applications

    Measurement of sulphur, fluorine, carbon, etc. in petroleum products and all sample types requiring combustion.


    Samples are burnt with an oxyhydrogen blow-torch (burner). The liquid produced during combustion is collected and analysed with the use of other equipment or other measurement techniques.

     

    According standards:

    ASTM D2784, ASTM D2785, ASTM D 2384, NF EN 24260, ISO 4260, IP 243

     

     

     

  • Modes

    • Refrigerated absorber in Pyrex equipped of a sintered
    • Refrigerated vigreux tip absorber
  • Options

    • Sampling Reservoir:
      For LPG samples and natural gas as well as refining gas
    • Refrigerated vigreux tip absorbe

Your Sulfur, Nitrogen, Chlorine and Laboratory Furnace analyzer manufacturer

Eraly

4 rue Georges Besse 78330 Fontenay-le-Fleury, France
+33 1 77 04 80 97 contact@eraly.com

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