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.
Chlorine in crude oil, if not removed, can hydrolyse during processing to form hydrochloric acid. Download XOS's whitepaper to learn about four ways to effectively monitor total chlorine.
Published on the 02 April 2019
For XRF, a common matrix effect interference involves particulates settling to the bottom of the sample cup. Download this whitepaper to learn how you can ensure accurate 4294 sulfur results without centrifuging.
Published on the 05 March 2019
XOS' latest whitepaper explains how calibration matrix matching improves low-level ASTM D2622 sulfur measurement accuracy to ensure regulatory compliance for gasoline.
Published on the 07 February 2019
While professionals in the petroleum industry must adhere to D5708B, those looking to save downtime may consider HDXRF as a cost-effective, in-house alternative. It delivers results in five minutes or less.
Published on the 15 January 2019
Additives can make up as much as 30% of lubricants and often contain elements such as phosphorus, calcium, and zinc. Learn how Petra MAX, XRF elemental analyzer, can help you ensure that blended lubricants meet required specifications.
Published on the 04 December 2018
View XOS's whitepaper to find out which method offers the best performance for reproducibility when testing low sulfur in automotive fuels: ASTM D2622, D7039, and D5453. Data was collected from ASTM Proficiency Testing Programs (PTPs).
Published on the 09 November 2018