Application: Energy and Fuels

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TGA801 – Moisture, Volatile Matter, Ash, and Fixed Carbon Determination in Coal

Moisture, volatile matter, and ash are all important solid fuel characterization measurements for coal materials.Learn more...

TGA801 – Moisture, Volatile Matter, Ash, and Fixed Carbon Determination in Coke

Moisture, volatile matter, and ash are all important solid fuel characterization measurements for coke materials.Learn more...

Free Moisture and LOI in Hydrated Lime

TGA 701 Free Moisture and LOI (Loss of ignition) in hydrated lime.Learn more...

Determination of Sulfur in Fertilizers

Sulfur Determination in FertilizersLearn more...

Sulfur In Hydrocarbons By High Temperature Combustion

Sulfur in determination by High Temperature Combustion and IR Detection (ASTM D1552) is applicable to petroleum products with boiling point above 177C including diesel fuel, residual fuels, lubricating oils containing additives, and in additive concentrates.Learn more...

Determination of Moisture, Volatile Matter,and Ash in Biomass/Plant Tissue

Moisture, volatile matter, and ash are important constituents for the quality characterization of fuel materials. Macro TGA701 can determinate all 3 parameters on one sample. Up to 19 samples run simultaneously.Learn more...

Determination of Carbon, Hydrogen and Nitrogen in Biomass

Fast, reliable and matrix independent, the LECO CHN 628 determines the elemental composition of all kind of biofuels in just 4-5 minutes. The instrument can be equipped with an additional module for Sulfur and Oxygen content analysis.Learn more...

Simultaneous Sulfur and Carbon in Coal and Coke

This application note outlines the optimum setting and steps required for simultaneous determine Sulfur/Carbon in Coke and Coal by LECO SC832.Learn more...

Sulphur in Coal and Coke

This application note outlines outstanding performance and excellent precision of new LECO 832 series elemental analyzers for sulfur level determination in accordance with ASTM D4239.Learn more...

Gross Calorific Value in Coal

The gross calorific value of coal, a solid fossil hydrocarbon fuel material, is most often used when calculating the total calorific value for a quantity of coal for fuel value purposes, or when determining the classification rank of the coal material. Learn more...

Metallurgical Coke

Gross Calorific Value in Metallurgical Coke by AC600. Ref: 203-821-473Learn more...

Sulfur in Hydrocarbons

Sulfur in Petroleum Products by ASTM D1552. Ref: 203-821-466Learn more...

Petroleum Coke

Gross Heat in Petroleum Coke by AC600. Ref: 203-821-467Learn more...
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