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Figure 2a: Chromatogram of Refinery Gas Standard Front TCD Channel of RGA


Figure 2b: Chromatogram of Refinery Gas Standard Middle TCD Channel


Figure 2c. Chromatogram of Refinery Gas Standard Rear FID Channel


For the analysis of refinery gas, application EN15984 is used as an example. Figure 3 profiles a typical report generated, customise to report all physical properties possible for that application.


Eclipse has also a special enhancement for oxygen/nitrogen correction. It recalculates the concentration of nitrogen based on the amount of detected oxygen, due to leakage of air during sampling. The SCION Instruments RGA is also able to analyse natural gas. For natural gas analysis the physical properties can also be calculated in Eclipse, with extended physical property options.


Conclusion


SCION Instruments provides a robust, high resolution, complete solution for refinery gas streams; the Refinery Gas Analyser. This analyser determines the chemical composition of reformed gas and similar gaseous mixtures, including natural gas.


The hardware and columns of the Refinery Gas Analyser are chosen in such a way that the analysis of refinery gas and other product streams can be achieved with a standard configuration.


Figure 3: Customised reporting of RGA results


In combination with Eclipse, gas calculation software, an extended list of physical properties can be calculated which will give important information about the characteristics of the gas streams.


The combination of the Refinery Gas Analyser with Eclipse software is a complete solution for analysing refinery gas streams.


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