HORIBA’s SLFA-60 is the new standard of transportable sulfur-in-oil analyzers. This instrument has new hardware and software features to match the growing changes in the petroleum sector. The instrument has extended storage for calibration curves, and data can be exported using USB output. The measurement range has increased to 0-9.9999 wt% to cover shale oil and high sulfur crudes markets.
- Simple operation
- Robust construction
- Easy maintenance
- Measurement procedure
- Set to the measurement condition
- Pour the sample into the sample cell
- Place the sample cell on the sample holder
- Instrument displays the results and data output
- Press the "MEAS" button to start the measurement
The new software features allow up to 15 independent calibration curves. There are three sets and each set signifies five separate calibration curves. The software also allows the users to select between quadratic or linear curves. Calibration curves can be restored manually without having to recalibrate as long as coefficients value/calibration data are readily accessible.
- Original Sample Cell
To guarantee reliability and accuracy of the analysis, HORIBA has maintained its original sample cell. By employing the sample jig tool provided, users can easily seal the sample to ensure it is leak free.
- Expanded Measurement Range (0~9.9999 wt%)
This new model can measure a broader range of sulfur content. The SLFA-60 has an expanded range to measure from 0-9.9999 wt% sulfur, because of the higher sulfur concentrations of crude and shale oil markets.
- Large printouts
Printouts reveal essential information, including sample ID, X-ray spectrum, standard deviation, measurement average value, date and time, and calibration curve graph.
- Data output
The printout is available in an 80 mm-wide format for easy understanding.
- Safety mechanism
The SLFA-60 has a protective membrane covering the cell window to prevent the X-ray tube and the detector from unintended sample leakage. This protective membrane unit is simple to assemble and change.
- Large screen display for easy viewing
The screen will show real-time data to monitor the measurement conditions.
- USB memory
It is possible to record the measurements in three different ways; by printout, exported to a USB memory device, or exported to an external PC via a USB interface, thus making it easy to track and examine the information throughout the unit’s lifetime.