Stability Analyser for crude and fuel oils
The recent introduction and requirement to use low sulphur fuel oils puts demands on heavy fuel oil testing.
Long established tests are giving inconclusive results.
The Turbiscan® Oil Series ASTM D7061 and allows the stability analysis of heavy fuel oil thanks to an innovative method.
Contact us at Fullbrook Systems to test some samples for free, or for a no obligation quote:
Tel: 01442 876 777
Heavy Fuel Stability
Turbiscan OIL SERIES is designed for studies of asphaltenes, dispersant efficiency, w/o demulsification, blend compatibility...all in accordance with ASTM D7061.
Measurement Of Stability
> Quantitative monitoring of dispersion stability
> Shelf life & long term stability analysis
> Migration velocity
Portable and robust
Turbiscan OIL SERIES is designed for R&D laboratories, its compact design and light weight (<5kg) it can be easily transported for use in the field.
Quick Detection Of Instabilities
Aggregation, agglomeration, flocculation, sedimentation, and creaming can all be detected, monitored and characteized within minutes thanks to rapid scan frequency.
How does the Turbiscan Oil Series work?
Test anything from ink to cosmetics to pharmaceuticals, as well as emulsions, suspensions and foams.
What can the Turbiscan Oil Series detect?
Local variation of light intensity corresponds to phases formation.
Turbiscan Stability Index
The Turbiscan Stability Index is a one-click parameter to easily rank the stability of many samples in a kinetic way or in a data table.
The higher the TSI is, the less stable the product is.
Size Variation Analysis
Global variation of light intensity corresponds to size increase.
No Mechanical Stress
When it comes to shelf-life, and real-life evolution of the end-products, it makes no sense to apply a mechanical stress to a sample.
Our measurements are always performed at rest, without any external stress.
That way, you can be sure that the results you get are representative of what will happen in real life, only detected way earlier!