WM11-10-100: Individual Multi-Element-Wear Metal Spectrostandard® Organo-Metallic Standards
SpectroStandard multi-element wear metal standards are formulated in a specialized lubricating oil matrix to closely resemble the sample substances.
The analysis of metal content in lubricating oils is an ordinary procedure for monitoring and predicting frictional wear of constituent parts in various types of machinery. SpectroStandard multi-element wear metal standards are formulated in a specialized lubricating oil matrix to closely resemble the sample substances. They are intended for various instrument calibration purposes and provided in individual units each consisting of 100 cc; concentrations are expressed in PPM. Each SpectroCertified standard is accompanied with a certificate of analysis.
Individual Unsulfonated Multi-Element Wear Metal Standards
Formulated with unsulfonated organo-metallic concentrates and diluted to concentration with sulfur-free lubricating oil, 20 cSt. viscosity. Ideally suitable for instrument standardization procedures by XRF, AA, ICP or AE applications where the presence of sulfur potentially presents interference issues.
Sulfonated Multi-Element Wear Metal Standards
For wear metal analytical procedures unconcerned with the presence of sulfur, the following listed standards are supplied as individual units each containing 100 cc quantities. They are suited for ICP, RDE and other analytical techniques.
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