How to Measure Chlorine in Crude Oil by ASTM D4929C and Water Extraction
May 19 2020
Author: XOS on behalf of X Ray Optical Systems (XOS)
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To avoid the pitfalls of corrosion and other chloride-related concerns, refineries and terminals throughout the world have implemented standard methods and procedures to ensure that the organic chloride content in their crude is kept below a certain level. Such methods include ASTM D4929C – a faster and easier alternative to procedures A & B, as well as procedures like water extraction.
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