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ASTM D7169, D7900, IP 545, IP 601, EN 15199-3, EN 15199-4

The Crude Oil Analyzer combines the results of DHA Front End (FE) and High Temp (HT) SIMDIS analyses into one total true boiling point (TBP) report for the best performance in crude oil analysis. Standardization committees such as ASTM, IP and CEN are developing methods to allow the merging of a separate DHA analysis of the front end of a crude oil with the high temperature SIMDIS analysis. As a result of this merge, more accurate boiling point range data is obtained allowing precise cut point intervals determination for the whole crude oil. This allows for modeling end product closer to specs and ultimately less product give-away, while still meeting stringent product specifications.

The Crude Oil Analyzer (ASTM D7169) is the official standard for determination of the boiling point distribution and cut point intervals of crude oils and residues by using high temperature gas chromatography.