PetrochemicalIn the petrochemical sector, Oxford Instruments replaces solvent extraction and separation techniques with its solvent-free, non-destructive, fast and accurate benchtop analysers.

Our instruments deliver measurements up to 250x faster than traditional methods, with improved accuracy and precision and safety of operation. Our simple software interfaces make instruments easy to use by unskilled operators such as shift managers, whilst robust packaging and network connections makes them suitable for use at-line as well as in the QC laboratory.

Our analysers are used by refineries, airforce bases and polymer processors; an example is the MQC hydrogen in fuel analyser used to ensure that jet fuel and diesel meets the ASTM Standard for jets and turbines. The robust, simple calibration and active shimming capabilities make our analysers ideal  for situations in which they are shipped around the world and used locally by staff with limited technical knowledge.

 

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Benchtop XRF Analyser - Lab-X3500

Benchtop XRF Analyser - Lab-X3500

Robust, easy-to-use and field-proven benchtop XRF analyser for bulk analysis in the petrochemical, mining, minerals, cement, ceramics, cosmetics, wood treatment industry.

Benchtop XRF Analyser - X-Supreme8000 (+ carousel)

Benchtop XRF Analyser - X-Supreme8000 (+ carousel)

High performance, multisample measurement with the benchtop XRF analyser X-Supreme8000 for process and quality control.

Core Analyser - GeoSpec2+

Core Analyser - GeoSpec2+

GeoSpec is the industry standard NMR core analyser, with installations in almost every major oil producer and SCAL laboratory world-wide.

Benchtop NMR Analyser - MQC

Benchtop NMR Analyser - MQC+

A range of cost-effective systems based on Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) for fast, easy, solvent-free measurement of oil, fat, moisture, fluorine and emulsions.

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