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AC Reformulyzer M4

Robust and Intelligent Design

The Reformulyzer® M4 is the most significant advancement in full group type analysis of gasoline and gasoline blend streams using multi-dimensional gas chromatography. It is the fastest and most flexible analyzer on the market to combine analysis for Paraffins, Olefins, Naphthenes, Oxygenates, and Aromatics in one instrument. The Reformulyzer is the only solution that truly meets today's challenges in terms of time-savings, flexibility, and product value optimization. 

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

Hi-Speed Refinery Gas Analyzer

Excellent Repeatability

The PAC AC Hi-Speed Refinery Gas Analyzer Separates C1 through nC6, C6+ Hydrocarbons and Inert Gases in just 5 Minutes

Refinery gas streams vary considerably in composition. Determining individual components of each gas stream is a challenge. An exact measure of stream components is essential in achieving optimum control and assuring poduct quality. AC Analytical Controls offers the Hi-Speed Refinery Gas Analyzer, the high speed solution that determines and reports the composition of refinery gas streams

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

Simulated Distillation Solutions for True Boiling Point

Turn-key Solution for all Sample Types

Complete range of Simulated Distillation analysis solutions up to C120

Boiling point data is a major specification in characterizing petroleum streams. PAC provides complete, turn-key gas chromatographic solutions for accurate determination of true boiling point data from naphtha up to crude oil samples. By completely automating every step in the analysis, AC SIMDIS applications provide fast and accurate boiling point results.
PAC adds unique value to the industry by offering a 100% guaranteed solution, delivered fully factory calibrated, tested to certified reference materials, fine-tuned fully dedicated to methods specified by the user. PAC qualified service engineers commission the instrument and provide operator/user training.
In full compliance with worldwide standard test methods PAC’s dedicated involvement in regulatory organizations guarantees that the system and the software calculations are in accordance with with accepted methods (ASTM, IP, ISO, DIN & others) listed in gasoline, jet fuel and diesel specifications

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

Complete Range of Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis Solutions

Easy Instrument Validation  

PAC’s AC Analytical Controls offers a full range of Detailed Hydrocarbon Analyzers (DHA) to determine individual hydrocarbon composition in light hydrocarbon streams, gasoline blending feedstocks and spark ignition engine fuels. Understanding the composition of these hydrocarbon streams is essential for the refining industry. DHA helps optimizing production, meet regulatory requirement and enhance profitability

The AC DHA analyzers comply with ASTM standard methods D5134, D6729, D6730, D6733 and D7900. PAC offers a Fast DHA application to determine the individual components in gasoline blending feedstocks within 28 minutes. The product range also includes a DHA Front End (Light Hydrocarbons in Stabilized Crude according ASTM D7900/IP601/EN15199-4), and a DHA Combi, where the Front-End application is combined with a standard method in one solution

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

Sulphur and Nitrogen Chemiluminescence Detector

Best in Market, Sensitivity, Stability and Equimolarity 

In many cases reporting total Sulphur concentration is not sufficient, and determining and accurately quantifying individual Sulphur & Nitrogen species is required

Gas Chromatographs equipped with specific Chemiluminescence detectors offers the possibility of characterizing these species resulting in a more detailed chemical composition characterization. As a gas chromatographic detector, the PAC SeNse Chemiluminescence Detector is the most advanced GC Detector available for the specific determination of sulfur and nitrogen containing compounds

SeNse provides best sensitivity, best baseline stability and best equimolarity, and will flexibly fit most chromatographic solutions

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
Category: PAC AC Analytical Controls - Gas Chromatography Solutions
Manufacturer: AC Analytical Controls by PAC
Created by: Keith Gosden

 

FAME Traces in Aviation Fuel by Gas Chromatography

Easy to Use, Straightforward Operation 

FAME (Fatty Acid Methyl Esters) are used as blend stock for diesel in a refinery process. Jet fuel/AVTUR (Aviation Turbine Fuel) is often produced, transported and stored using the same infrastructure as FAME feedstocks. The jet fuel might be contaminated with FAME traces leading to risks of coke/soot deposits in the fuel system, gelling of the fuel, microbial growth, interaction with jet engine’s rubber materials, and increased corrosion: all issues can lead to signficant jet fuel engine operability problems, and possible jet fuel engine flameouts. PAC offers accurate and reliable measurement of FAME contamination in jet fuel: the FAME in AVTUR analyzer can significantly contribute to improving aviation safety.

IndustriesChemical & Petrochemical
TechniquesGas Chromatography
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