- Correlates with ASTM
- Optional validation sample system
- Optional stream switching
- Microsamples 0.5 ml/cycle
- Elevated sample temperatures of up to 75°C
- Rapid analysis cycle of 5 to 6 minutes
- Optional True Vapor Pressure Output Module
ATEX: Ex d IIB+H2 T6 Gb
NEC: Class I Div 1 Group B, C + D
- ASTM D323
- ASTM D4953
- ASTM D5482
- ASTM D5191
- ASTM D6377
+5 up to +40°C (+41 up to +104°F)
To remain competitive, today’s refiners must employ all optimization and product control techniques available. The use of online physical property analyzers is one of the key features to reach those objectives because they measure important quality properties in the process directly.
Reid Vapor Pressure is a common measure of the volatility of gasoline. It is defined as the absolute vapor pressure exerted by a liquid at 100°F (37.8°C) as determined by the test method ASTM D323. The test method applies to volatile crude oil and volatile nonviscous petroleum liquids, except liquefied petroleum gases.
With the introduction of the Clean Air Act and its amendments in 1990 by the Environmental Protection Agency under Title II Emission Standards for Moving Sources, Part A - Motor Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards, Section 211 Regulation of Fuels - (h) Reid Vapor Pressure Requirements, it has become unlawful to sell, offer for sale, dispense, supply, offer for supply, transport, or introduce into commerce gasoline with a Reid Vapor Pressure in excess of 9.0 pounds per square inch (psi) during the high ozone season (as defined by the Administrator).
Data Sheet - Model P-700 Reid Vapor Pressure Analyzer
Application Form P-700 RVP