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Stability analyzer for crude & fuel oils – ASTM D7061

Turbiscan® is used world-wide to detect at an early stage all kinds of destabilization such as coalescence, flocculation, creaming, sedimentation, etc... Turbiscan® Oil Series allows the stability analysis of heavy fuel oil thanks to an innovative method granted ASTM D7061.

> Read more about Stability & shelf life determination
>Related Technology: Static - multiple light scattering (S-MLS)
>D7061 ASTM Method – Stabilty of heavy fuel oils

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Highlights of Turbiscan Oil Series

Heavy fuel stability

Turbiscan OIL SERIES is designed for studies of asphaltenes, dispersant efficiency, w/o demulsification, blend compatibility...all in accordance with ASTM D7061.

Measurement of stability

 > Quantitative monitoring of dispersion stability
> Shelf life & long term stability analysis
> Migration velocity

Portable and robust

Turbiscan OIL SERIES is designed for R&D labs and thanks to its compact design and light weight (<5kg) it can be easily transported for on-field analysis.

Quick detection of instabilities

Aggregation, agglomeration, floculation, sedimentation, creaming ...can be detected, monitored and characteized within minutes thanks to rapid scan frequency.

Applications

Oil & Petroleum

Instrument demonstration

Technical features

Technology S-MLS 850 nm
Sample Cell Volume 7mL
Temperature range RT
Number of Samples 1
Maximum sample conc. 60% v/v
Measured size range 10 nm - 1mm
Reproducibility / Repeatability
0.25% / 0.1%
Acquisition scan step 20µm
Automatic samples recognition (bar-code) No
ISO Certification TR 13097 Compliant
Dimensions 34 x 16 x 29 cm
Weight 5kg

Key benefits

TURBISCAN® is the world reference technology for physical stability analysis. With hassle-free sample preparation, intuitive software and highly reliable measurements.

Turbiscan OIL SERIES was specifically designed for oil and petroleum industry. An ASTM Method D7061 provides guidelines for standardized heavy fuel analysis.

TURBISCAN® technologies are compliant with International Organization for Standardization guidelines for the characterization of dispersion stability (ISO/TR 13097).