ASTM D8003 is a relatively new method for the analysis crude oil. It uses a HPLIS valve for sample injection to account for the combination of high pressure and heavy hydrocarbon carbon fraction.
"Standard Test Method for Determination of Light Hydrocarbons and Cut Point Intervals in Live Crude Oils and Condensates by Gas Chromatography"
Is this the proper reference for that ASTM method?
ASTM D8003 - 15a Standard Test Method for Determination of Light Hydrocarbons and Cut Point Intervals in Live Crude Oil…
Forgive me for being a novice to this area, but to be clear, does one need to pay to obtain this method, whether it is through a institutional subscription or individual purchase?
Thanks. - Josh
What about the Agilent High Pressure Injection Device (G3505A)? http://cn.agilent.com/cs/library/applications/5989-8037EN.pdf . It looks like it may meet the specifications of the ASTM method. Not quite the same as the Transcendent PLIS but similar.
We have the Agilent HPLI and it works very well with LPG samples. Have not tried it on condensates or Canadian light crudes though.
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the OLIS injector from SRA Instruments (Agilent Channel Partner) is suitable for such application. Sample pressure up to 60 bar, continuou flow cell with possibility to cooling down it.
Installation kit on GC 6890, 7890, INTUVO and 8890
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