S8 TIGER ECO, X-ray fluorescence, ECOperformance

Optimal analysis of ultra low levels of sulfur in automotive fuels and mineral oils

XRF Lab Report - S8 TIGER ECO "Petro"

S8 TIGER ECO XRF 113 Lab Report

Sulfur in automotive fuels has been a source of toxic air pollutants like sulfur dioxide and sulfates. The international legislation enforces today very low residual sulfur concentrations in fuels, like the actual limit of 30 ppm for diesel in the US. The EU directive 2003/17/EC regulates the maximum allowed level in the European Union to be max. 10 ppm. Future regulations may drive these limits down even further. And more countries will join the sulfur reduction initiative.