To ensure the integrity and reliability of test results on your sample analysis, proper sampling techniques are important. The first selection you have to make is, are you going to sample in an “open” or “closed” sample container?
Hydrocarbon or chemical samples are normally sampled in CLOSED SAMPLING systems and containers.
The OPEN SAMPLING systems are normally used for non-volatile, non-toxic and non-hazardous samples.
CLOSED SAMPLING systems are designed for:
Samples in petroleum refineries, petrochemical complexes and chemical industry are either flammable or hazardous.
These sampling systems are designed to handle a wide range of fluids like:
OPEN SAMPLING systems are based on:
The “open” type sampling systems are normally used for:
In preparing this procedure the following reference was consulted: ASTM D4057 and ASTM D1265-05.
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