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The Biodiesel FT-IR FAME Analyzer is comprised of a Frontier? FT-IR spectrometer, a UATR or HATR accessory, and Spectrum 10? software configured specifically for biodiesel FAME (fatty acid methyl ester) analysis using the ASTM D7371-07 and EN 14078:2003 methodologies.
The method-ready In-Service Lubricants Analysis System provides everything you need to analyze samples to industry standards, following ASTM and JOAP methodology. Remarkably easy to use, you can be confident in generating consistent quality spectra.
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With throughput demands continually increasing, and an ongoing need for more detailed sample information, PerkinElmer systems are setting the standard for speed and productivity in all areas of lubricants analysis: 1.) Wear metals analysis, 2.) Oil condition monitoring and 3.) Confirmatory testing. Modular and scalable, each solution can adapt as your needs change—no matter what the size of your organization or the demands of your application
Advanced instrumentation is key to work in nano-materials. Functional tools such as optical and thermal measurement techniques allow the characterization of materials. As such, they complement imaging tools such as AFM and TEM-SEM which give spatial information on the structure of the materials. This poster presents examples of recent challenging measurements carried out in band gap analysis, plasmon resonance and polymorphic structure.
As the importance of sustainable energy production increases, so too does the global commitment to using fuels from renewable biological sources. Biodiesel is one such renewable fuel. Consisting of fatty acids of methyl esters (FAME), it is produced from plant crops by transesterification – a reaction in which natural triglycerides are cleaved and reacted with methanol, producing glycerol and FAME. Rapeseed, soy, sunflower, palm and jatropha are just part of the range of feedstocks used globally in the production of biodiesel.
Lubrication is a vital component of machinery and, as with any component, early detection of wear is essential for timely replacement, avoiding unnecessary maintenance while reducing the risk of catastrophic breakdowns. Early identification of impending lubricant failure can prevent costly damage. Infrared (IR) analysis is a rapid, inexpensive test that can provide specific information about the chemical condition of the oil.