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Bottom Sampler

Price: 4500 INR/Piece

The sample will help to determine what is the quality of the product in the tank and take corrective measures if 1.Excess water is present 2.Phase separated material is present 3.Sludge is present

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Sedimentation Kit

Price: 4000 INR/Set

Checking of sediments in fuel tanks, by using Tristar Sediments detection kit will visually help to identify if product contamination is more than 24 ppm as per IS Standard 1460 -2017.

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Ethanol Phase Sepration Detection Kit

Price: 10000.00 INR/Piece

Checking of Phase separation in fuel tank. By using Tristar Ethanol phase separation kit will visually help to identify phase separation take place due to free water present in tank at the bottom. This will help to identify the ethanol phase separation in collected free water from the fuel tank.

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Tanker Sampler

Price: 6000 INR/Piece

Tanker Sampler unit is used to draw sample from the tanker compartment of the product. Generally sample is taken in a very crude way by opening the tanker compartment valve and collecting the same in the bucket. Then this is pored into the container for testing. This method is prone to accidents, collection of sample which can get contaminated as it is coming in contact with multiple surfaces. Tanker sampler elimates risk by letting the user draw sample of required quantity into test container directly in the safest manner possible. Advantages of Using Tanker Sampler Number of people required for sampling will be reduced from 3 to 1 person. Will ensure the required quantity of product sample is taken before decantation. Save product loss by avoiding spillage. Make the process of tanking Sampler from tanker compartment very safe.

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Density measurement Kit

Price: 5000 INR/Piece

1. Density is an important quality indicator of hydrocarbon fuels which affects storage, handling and combustion. 2. Diesel density lies between 0.82 to 0.86 g/ml and Gasoline density lies between 0.72 to 0.77 g/ml at 15 °C. 3. Higher density produces white smoke and reduces the efficiency of the DG/Engine. Higher density is also an indicator of presence of water.

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