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Elvatech ElvaX S Lab

XRF for Sulphur in Oil Analysisi

ElvaX S Lab

XRF for Sulphur in Oil Analysis

Low Cost

High Speed & Accuracy

Compact, Doesn’t occupy much space on a desk

High-performance analytical software included

Designed for high-accuracy analysis of petrochemicals for sulfur content in wide concentration range

ElvaX S Lab is designed especially for analysis of petrochemicals for sulfur content in wide concentration range from 2 ppm to 5%. Many international standards describe analysis method for sulfur in fuel and oil. Sulfur forms damaging sulfates in vehicle exhaust and pollute the atmosphere by sulfur oxides. Furthermore sulfur reduces fuel stability and effects on engine performance. Maximum permissible level of sulfur in fuel decreases from year to year. 2003/17/EC (or EURO VI) directive requires a maximum amount of sulfur in fuel of 10 ppm. ElvaX Sulfur in Oil analyzer fully meets the requirements of ASTM D4294, ISO 8754, ISO 20847, IP 336, ASTM D6445.

  • Low detection limits

  • High speed and accuracy

  • Intuitive interface

  • Autonomous operation as well as connected to a PC

  • Compact, doesn’t take much space on a desk or a counter

  • Ergonomic design with a LED lighting

  • Leakage protection. The movable analyzer stage protects expensive components from the leakage of the investigated petrochemicals

X-ray fluorescence analysis surpasses the rest of analytical methods in terms of speed, accuracy, and simplicity. It’s a non-destructive method, in which analysis is targeted at the spot of interest. 


Digital X-Ray Source 

Anode: Ag
Wattage: 4W
Voltage: 40kV

X-Ray Detector

Area: 30 mm2 (6 mm2 for Si-PIN)
Energy resolution: 140 eV at Mn Kα, 90 eV at Al Kα
Count rate: 500 000 cps


Analytical Chamber Dimensions: 185 mm × 212 mm × 90 mm
Weight: 7 kg
Power supply: 90 – 240 V, 50/60 Hz; optional battery
Power consumption: 20 W

Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
Analysis algorithms: Fundamental parameters (FPA), Empirical (regression) calibrations, Manual spectra comparison

DPP: proprietory DAS (Dynamically Adaptive Shaping) type, 80 MHz sampling rate
MCA: 4096 channels

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