Petra MAX

Sulfur Measurement Advanced

Petra MAX delivers D4294 sulfur analysis in addition to 12 elements from P to Zn, for rapid monitoring of critical elements like Ca, Fe, K, Ni, and V at sub-ppm levels. Petra MAX offers advanced precision with HDXRF, advanced reliability, and advanced software and data management. Petroleum laboratories depend on reliable, robust analytical solutions for their fast-paced environment. Petra MAX was designed to meet these needs with an innovative sample introduction system that directs accidental spills to a drip tray and away from valuable components.

Petra MAX complies with ASTM D4294 and ISO 8754 methods for sulfur analysis of hydrocarbons like crude oil, diesel, gasoline, jet fuel, and lubricants.

Methods: ASTM D4294, ISO 8754

Advanced Sulfur Analysis with HDXRF

Enhanced detection performance over traditional XRF technology

Advanced Precision

Precise sulfur measurements with a LOD as low as 5.7 ppm and rapid monitoring of critical elements at sub-ppm levels

Advanced Reliability & Robustness

Ideal for fast-paced environments

Advanced Software

Store up to 30 calibration data sets

Advanced Data Management

Storage for thousands of measurements

Calibration curves: 30 calibration curves. Automatic and Manual Calibration functionality
Catalysts: No
Communication Capabilities: Printer, USB & Ethernet, LIMS Integrated
Consumable/Utility Gas: None
Dimensions: Depth:16.5 in / 41.9 cm
Dimensions: Height: 6 in / 15.3 cm
Dimensions: Width: 14.5 in / 36.8 cm
Element: Sulfur / 5.7 ppm
Phosphorus / 17 ppm
Chlorine / 3 ppm
Potassium / 0.7 ppm
Cadmium / 0.4 ppm
Vanadium / 0.10 ppm
Chromium / 0.09 ppm
Manganese / 0.07 ppm
Iron / 0.07 ppm
Cobalt / 0.07 ppm
Nickel / 0.04 ppm
Copper / 0.1 ppm
Zinc / 0.1 ppm
Measurement Time: User selectable 30-900s
Method Name: ASTM D4294 & ISO 8754
Options: LIMS Connectivity
Range: Sulfur 5.7 ppm – 10 wt%
Sample Cup Type: Standard XRF Sample Cup
Sample Matrix: Hydrocarbon
Specific Technology: HDXRF
Type: Benchtop

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