PAC AC Analytical Controls FAME Traces in AVTUR Analyzer

Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

Best Return on Investment

  • Lowest cost per sample
  • Superior unattended productivity through automation
  • Minimal operator time, involvement, and expertise required, minimal training required
  • Lowest cost of ownership: no sample preparation, minimal consumable requirements

Superior Scope, Precision and Accuracy

  • More confidence in Aviation Safety
  • Handles wide range of jet fuels, including e.g. Diesel contaminated
  • Broad analysis range, including C14:0 for detecting ‘Coconut Type’ feedstocks
  • Covers 5-150 ppm FAME , Speciated and Total FAME data
  • Excellent performance with far best overall precision
  • Interference-free method contributes to excellent stability and repeatable results

Extreamely Easy to Use

  • Lowest preparation cost and materials requirements
  • Straightforward operation requires minimal user training and minimal operator involvement Pre- programmed methods and reporting templates
  • Easy, linear calibration with dedicated calibrations & QC Samples
  • No fragile parts ensure robust system with minimal maintenance requirements

Proven Compliancy

  • The PAC AC FAME in AVTUR application is standardized as IP-599: GC using Deans Heart Cut and non-cryogenic focussing
  • IP 599 will be added to:
  • DEFSTAN 91-91, with key specification: 5 ppm for Total Fame in Jet Fuel, Fame = C16:0-C18:3
  • ASTM D1655 with key specification: 5 ppm for Total Fame in Jet Fuel, Fame = C16:0-C18:3 (maximum specification for FAME in AVTUR is expected to change to 50 ppm in the near future)

For more information and full technical specifications please download our product brochure or visit the PAC website

Industries Chemical & Petrochemical
Techniques Gas Chromatography
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