Sulfur – Quartz Tube Method

ASTM D1551 (obs) IP 63 DIN 51768 SULFUR IN PETROLEUM OILS (QUARTZ TUBE METHOD)
Procedure for the determination of sulfur in petroleum oils and related materials. The method is applicable to sulfur in concentrations ranging from 0.01 to 5.0%.

APPARATUS QUARTZ TUBEApparatus Quartz Tube

This two-place instrument is mounted on a plate painted with epoxidy products and consists of an electric stainless steel furnace with two independent places, two digital thermoregulators with thermocouple, two scrubbers, a trap equipped with two inlet cocks for air or oxygen and two outlet cocks for combustion tubes made in transparent quartz. The tubes are provided with tapered connections at the inlet side and spherical connections at the delivery side. Set of primary and secondary absorbers on support, vacuum collector with two regulating valves, two fl ow-off valves, two LPG Meker lamps, flame filter mesh for combustion tubes.

Technical specifications:
– Temperature: up to 1100°C (2012°F)
– Power supply: 220V 50/60Hz

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