White papers: XOS
XOS is a leading manufacturer of application-specific X-ray analysers, offering elemental analysis solutions that improve public safety and customer efficiency in industries like petroleum, consumer products, and environmental compliance.
For petroleum applications, XOS offers portable, laboratory, and process analysers with excellent precision at the push of a button. XOS also offers High Definition XRF (HDXRF®) analysers for the detection of toxic elements in consumer products, such as toys and apparel and areas of environmental regulation, like soil and water. XOS’s advanced optics and OEM sub-systems can increase precision, speed, and spatial resolution, while decreasing the size, complexity, and cost of the instrument.
Using ASTM PTP results from 2019 - 2021, this white paper discusses which of the common test methods – D7039, D2622, and D5453 – demonstrated the best performance and reproducibility.
Published on the 01 October 2021
MWDXRF, a version of X-ray Fluorescence, is becoming an increasingly more common alternative to microcoulometry for the measurement of chlorine in VGO and VLSFO. Learn more in this white paper from XOS.
Published on the 09 March 2021
XRF delivers rapid and accurate results for testing sulfur and chlorine in biofuels. Read this white paper to learn about a viable solution to measure both elements concurrently with one instrument.
Published on the 01 November 2020
Download XOS' whitepaper to learn how Sindie +Cl can accurately measure sulfur and chlorine with one instrument.
Published on the 01 September 2020
Download this whitepaper to learn how to measure sulfur and metals in petroleum coke and coal in 5 minutes or less.
Published on the 01 July 2020
Download this whitepaper for a detailed “how to” measure chlorides in crude by ASTM D4929C and water extraction.
Published on the 01 June 2020
Refiners can optimise their catalyst quality by measuring metals in crude and then assess the payoff by measuring chlorine trends in the catalysts. Learn about a reliable solution to determine total chlorides in catalysts by UOP 979.
Published on the 01 May 2020
Refiners optimise their catalyst quality by measuring metals in crude then assess the payoff of those optimisations in real-time.
Published on the 03 March 2020