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    XRF is a common analytical technique used in elemental analysis and quality control of petrochemical products.


Crude Oil Analysis

Crude oil analysis is crucial in the oil industry, where XRF is mainly used in the following aspects:

Element content analysis: XRF can quickly and accurately determine the content of various elements in crude oil, including metallic elements (such as nickel, vanadium, iron, etc.) and non-metallic elements (such as sulfur). 

Metal content in oil refining catalysts: In the oil refining process, the metal content of the catalyst will affect the performance and service life of the catalyst. XRF can be used to analyze the metal content in crude oil to assess its impact on catalysts.

Pollutant detection: Crude oil may contain some undesirable elements, such as heavy metals and other pollutants. XRF can be used to detect the presence and concentration of these contaminants to ensure that the quality of the crude oil meets standards.

Lubricants/Wear Heavy Metals

Lubricating oil wear metal detection is an important analytical method used to evaluate the content and type of wear metal particles in lubricating oil in mechanical equipment. The presence of wear metal can indicate the level of wear and health of the equipment. By quantitatively analyzing wear metal elements in lubricating oil, such as iron, copper, aluminum, etc., abnormal wear and failure of equipment can be discovered in time, and appropriate maintenance measures can be taken to extend the service life of equipment, improve production efficiency, and reduce maintenance costs. Lubricant wear metal detectors play an important role in predicting equipment health, formulating maintenance plans and improving equipment reliability, providing strong support for equipment maintenance and fault prevention in the industrial field.

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