Industrial LAB Equipment & General Product
Industrial Laboratory means a laboratory, including its agents or employees, operated by an industry to analyze samples, including Field Parameters, from its wastewater or wastewater from its water treatment plant(s).
Refinery Key concerns of the refinery industry are quality control of products and processes, product certification, and performance analysis. ENEREX addresses these with analyzers that help gasoline reformulates ensure compliance with regulations.
Petrochemical: ENEREX analytical instruments use multiple technologies including spectroscopy to detect properties including thermal stability and viscosity, advancing the delivery of gasoline, cosmetics, plastics, and other petrochemical products.
Food & Beverage : Quality, safety and consistency of food and beverage products is maintained through constant and rigorous testing with ENEREX analytical instruments. ENEREX instruments utilize gas chromatography and other analysis techniques to detect or determine sulfur and nitrogen content in corn, sugar and tobacco products, sulfur in wines, and more.
Pharmaceutical lab technicians rely on ENEREX’s superior laboratory instruments for the high sensitivity analysis of drug components, particularly for two key aspects that need to be measured in this industry: viscosity and nitrogen content.
Environmental: Determining and controlling the fluoride concentration of waters used in certain manufacturing processes helps maintain process quality and ensures compliance with water treatment regulations. Environmental and toxicology researchers also rely on ENEREX analytical instruments to test for levels of nitrogen contamination in groundwater, seawater and freshwater streams, and the amount of fluoride in groundwater.
Oil & Gas: Extracting live oil and gas from the earth is challenging. Cambridge Viscosity by ENEREX developed a system that delivers highly accurate results, uses significantly less sample, and runs analysis quickly in this challenging environment.
Cloud Point: in petroleum products and biodiesel fuels, the temperature of a liquid specimen when the smallest observable cluster of hydrocarbon crystals first occurs upon cooling under prescribed conditions.
Pour Point: in petroleum products, the lowest temperature at which movement of the test specimen is observed under the prescribed conditions of the test.
Cold Filter Plugging Point: the lowest temperature at which a fuel will give trouble-free flow in certain fuel systems.
Freeze Point: the aviation fuel temperature at which solid hydrocarbon crystals, formed on cooling, disappear when the temperature of the fuel is allowed to rise under specified conditions of test.
Wax appearance: The temperature at which the first wax crystals form as the product is cooled.
And Most of other factors: Cold Properties / Density / Distillation / Elemental Analysis / Fuel Analysis / Gas Chromatography / Hot Properties / Viscosity