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What is the effect of sulphur in fuel oil? measured by sulfur analyzer
Sulphur / sulfur is a naturally occurring compound in crude oil. When fuel is burned the sulphur combines with oxygen (SOx) to create emissions that contribute to decreased air quality and have negative environmental and health effects.
The effect of high sulphur level in marine fuels on diesel exhaust particulate number distributions and mass concentrations was investigated. A strong correlation between increase of emitted particle mass and number and increase in fuel sulphur content was found, with the most affected particles found in the nanoparticle size range.
ONE problem which have to be solved in the immediate future concerns the increasing percentage of sulphur present in diesel fuel oil.
Sulfur in jet fuel by ASTM D4294: Standard jet fuel specifications are used to ensure that wherever a plane is fueled, it can continue to operate safely. Common jet fuel specifications are shown in Table 1. Jet fuel specifications require total sulfur content to be less than 0.30 wt%. In order to comply, refinery and independent laboratories rely on standard test methods such as ASTM D4294 and ISO 8754.
ASTM D4294, Standard Test Method for Sulphur in Petroleum and Petroleum Products by Energy-Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry, and ISO 5784, Petroleum Products – Determination of Sulphur Content – Energy Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence.
GD-17040 XRF Sulfur in Oil Analyzer(ASTM D4294)
GD-4294 Touch-screen XRF Sulfur in Oil Analyzer(ASTM D4294)
GD-5453 UV Ultraviolet Fluorescence Sulfur in Oil Analyzer(ASTM D5453)