Liquid Hydrocarbon Gas Chromatograph Analyser

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      Lab 1-004, First Floor, ADRIC, SAS Al-Nakhil Campus

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    Determining hydrocarbon’s molecular composition is the ultimate step of PVT analysis. Achieved via Gas Chromatography (GC), the results of the analysis can be utilized to select the most appropriate production facilities (e.g. separators, sulfur removal, pipelines) and estimating the overall potential economic profit of a project. Following the live oil sample’s flash separation process at ambient conditions in a gasometer, liquid and gas samples are collected and transferred into the GC Analyzer. The analysis of liquid phases is carried out using specially configured gas chromatograph. The Liquid Hydrocarbon Gas Chromatograph is custom configured for the compositional analysis of Heavier Hydrocarbon Liquids up to C40. Model: Agilent 7890B Liquid Hydrocarbon GC Specification Detector: Flame Ionization Detector Oven Temperature range: 10°C above ambient to 400°C Maximum Operating temperature for injector: 400°C Maximum Operating temperature for FID detector: 400°C Carrier Gas: He Software: Chemstation


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