Fossil Fuel

     Fossil fuels (ore fuels) are currently the main source of energy, including coal, oil, natural gas, oil rock, tar sands and so on. We have rock core test series to investigate the liquid permeability and gas permeability of the core under high pressure confining pressure, Diffosion Permeability, rock pore size, porosity. We also have the equipment for synthesizing liquid fuels, such as Fischer-Tropsch synthesis systems, etc., that are used by research units for research and analysis.

UltraNano Porometer

Suitable for the measuring and analysis of pore structures of porous materials such as filter of water filtration (MF, UF and NF), Bettery Separator, Membrane, Paper, Non-woven, Fabric, Cartridge, Nanofiber (Electrospinning fiber), Hollow Fiber, PTFE…, asthrough poreconstrict pore (include largest pore size, bubble point, pore size distribution), liquid permeability, gas permeability and pore surface area.

...more

MIP/Mercury Intrusion Porosimeter

Versatile and accurate instrument used to determine properties such as pore size distribution, total pore volume, surface area, and bulk and absolute densities of solid and powder samples. Unlimited user-defined data-points, automated data collection and reduction, and the least mercury exposure of any porosimeter on the market.

...more

BET / Sorptometer

The PMI BET is a fully automated instrument for measurement of adsorption characteristics of various gases on catalysts for multipurpose applications. It iscapable of measuring a wide range of adsorption isotherms for the estimation of sorption/physisorption, chemisorption and vapour adsorption characteristics, surface area, pore size distribution, including micropore size distribution analysis by using gas adsorption. The PMI BET comes with all the accessories and features for sample preparation & treatment.

...more

Diffusion Permeability DP-100A

Many applications of porous materials require very low gas permeability through these materials. Such applications are found in many industries including biotech, healthcare, pharmaceutical, food, packaging, environmental, power sources and chemical industries. Determination of the magnitudes of flow rates of gas through materials used in these applications is important for evaluation of products.

...more

Automatic Pulse Decay Permeameter

The rock core sample is loaded in a holder and confining pressure is applied. The system is then charged with test gas to the desired pore pressure. Adequate time is given to allow this pressure to fully saturate the sample. After reaching equilibrium the upstream and downstream portions of the system are isolated from each other. A pulse is then created by raising the upstream pressure (or lowering the downstream pressure). Data is recorded throughout this process and is used in conjunction with known system volumes to calculate gas flow rates and permeability. The equipment is fully automated. Execution of the test, data acquisition, data storage and data management are all carried out by PMI Software. Operator involvement is minimal, and the instrument is robust and requires a minimal amount of care.

...more

Core Saturator

The PMI Automated Core Saturator is a completely automated system that can use various algorithms for proper saturation of multiple core samples using a vacuum to remove trapped air, and pressurizing pumps to make sure the cores are completely saturated, pressure pump can control pressurizing rates precisely and maintain pressures to within a 0.2% tolerance. The Windows based program provides totally automated execution of the test, data aquisition, data storage, and data management are all performed by the user-friendly software. Operator involvement is minimal and the robust machine requires a minimal amount of care.

...more

Rock Core Gas Permeability Tester

The PMI Advanced Multi Sample Permeameter is used to measure gas permeability of samples such as oil well cores, tight gas sandstones and other very low permeability rock. The system creates a differential pressure across the core and monitors the resulting pressure decay over time using the unsteady state method.. PMI software utilizes this data along with known system volumes to calculate permeability.

...more

Rock Core Liquid Permeameter

The PMI liquid permeameter is used to determine the unidirectional flow steady state permeability of the core sample.

...more

Automated Gas Pycnometer

PMI's Automated Gas/Helium Pycnometer is used to determine the true volume and true density of powders and bulk solids using high-precision volume measurements and density calculations. The true volume of a solid is calculated from the measured drop in pressure when a known amount of gas is allowed to expand into a chamber containing sample. Thus, the true volume obtained by pycnometry includes any pore volume accessible to the gas. Helium is the preferred gas, because it exhibits ideal gas behavior. However, almost any non-corrosive gas including air can be used. The true density is obtained by dividing the weight of the sample by true volume.

...more

High Pressure Reactor (Stirred Type) R-201

The high pressure reactor is suitable for the research application and program control of high temperature and high pressure chemical reactions in various laboratories today. The main function of the reactor is to control various conditions in the reaction process, such as pressure, temperature, volume, residence time, concentration of each reactant, reaction rate, heat transfer coefficient, stirring rate and other parameters, as well as a chemical reaction vessel as a reactant.

...more

Catatest Reactor R-301

When the feed gas passes through the solid catalyst layer, the particles of the catalyst are stationary, so the thermal conductivity of the bed is not good, and the temperature distribution of the bed may be uneven. Accordingly, the reactor must be designed to ensure good gas-solid contact, and includes a supply / take away the heat, and the reaction can be performed at a suitable temperature. Usually the reaction bed is difficult to maintain isothermal, so most fixed bed reactors are non-isothermal reactors. The non-isothermal reactor is further divided into adiabatic variable temperature type and non-adiabatic temperature change type.

...more

Oven Catatest Reactor R-302

When the feed gas passes through the solid catalyst layer, the particles of the catalyst are stationary, so the thermal conductivity of the bed is not good, and the temperature distribution of the bed may be uneven. Accordingly, the reactor must be designed to ensure good gas-solid contact, and includes a supply / take away the heat, and the reaction can be performed at a suitable temperature. Usually the reaction bed is difficult to maintain isothermal, so most fixed bed reactors are non-isothermal reactors. The non-isothermal reactor is further divided into adiabatic variable temperature type and non-adiabatic temperature change type.

...more