LPG

DIN EN 589

Sampling and transport of the gas samples

The transport of liquid gas samples must be carried out in pressure containers specially suited for this purpose, which may only be filled to a maximum of 80 %. If you do not have your own pressure containers available, containers with 150 ml (max. 200 bar) can be borrowed from us for a rental and cleaning fee. We can arrange the transport of these empty pressure containers to the customer, whereas the transport of the filled gas cylinders to us must always be organised by the customer for legal reasons.

If you do not wish to carry out the sampling yourself, we can offer sampling according to DIN EN ISO 4257 by trained personnel, if desired also directly at a petrol station. In this case, the samples can be transported in our special vehicle in compliance with all regulations.

Since the analysis of liquid gas samples raises a number of detailed questions, from sampling to transport to measurement on the equipment, we recommend contacting us when you are planning a gas measurement. In this conversation, all important details such as sample vessels, connections, pressure ratios, duration of transport, etc. can be discussed in detail so that the incoming samples can be measured immediately.

Contact

Dr. Klaus Tröster

Dr. Klaus Tröster

Head of R&D                                       
+49 (0)821 450 423 18
klaus.troester@asg-analytik.de

Test parameter

Method

Knock resistance, MOZ

Anhang B

Total diene content (including 1,3-butadiene)

DIN EN 27941

1,3 butadiene

DIN 51619

Propane content

DIN EN 27941

Hydrogen sulfide

DIN EN ISO 8819

Total sulfur content (after odorization)

ASTM D 6667

Corrosion effect on copper (1 h at 40 °C)

DIN EN ISO 6251

Evaporation residue

DIN EN 15470

Vapor pressure

DIN EN ISO 8973

Water content

DIN EN ISO 12937

Smell

Anhang A

Analysis order

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