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Xplorer TN


The smallest Total Nitrogen analyzer available in today’s market.

The smallest Total Nitrogen analyzer available in today’s market.

This elemental combustion analyzer offers fast, accurate and precise analysis of Nitrogen in liquids, LPG’s, gas and solids.

System description

It is designed to offer standardized and customized solutions to match both current and future analytical needs, ranging from low ppb’s to high ppm’s. Sample combustion at high temperature through Chemiluminescence is the reference method for the determination of Total Nitrogen. Trace Elemental Instruments Software (TEIS) ensures intuitive and smooth control of your analysis.

  • Common applications:

  • Chemicals (e.g. Plastics, Aromatics, Olefins and Parafines)

  • Refinery Products (e.g. Crude Oil, Naphta, Lubricants, Gasoline, Diesel Fuel, Fuel Oil)

  • LPG and Gases (e.g. Pentane, Butane, Propane, Propylene)

Product Specialist

Mikael Alfredsson Kovalent

Mikael Alfredsson

"Our expert in Digestion, Extraction, Syntesis and Evaporation with more than 20 years experience in the field of sales and service. Contact me for if you have questions or need a quotation"
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Background

Nitrogen plays an important role in the manufacturing of chemicals and petrochemicals. The nitrogen content in fuels is getting a lot of attention nowadays in order to protect the environment. Nitrogen dioxide is a chemical compound that is emitted by high temperature combustion, and is known as one of the most abundant air pollutants. Emissions of NO2 are therefore subject to strict policies in order to protect the environment. In products made out of plastic, nitrogen is also used as an additive.

The amount of nitrogen in fuels does not only pollute the environment (NO2), but also the catalysts which are used during the production processes of refineries. It is corrosive to steel and poisons the catalysts. This contamination could slow down these production processes and thus influence the level of efficiency