Petrochemical StandardsOver 100ASTM MethodsCross references to ISO, DIN, IP, JIS andAFNOR methods.Our selection of Biofuel referencestandards include FAMEs, FAEEs (frompopular biomasses), sulfurs, physicalstandards, wear metals and free and totalglycerin.Reference standards to meet the mostcommon UOP LLC (a Honeywell company)methods.Table of ContentsASTM Listing and Cross References266-267Physical Properties268-269Sulfur Standards270-271PIANO NEW272-273Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis and SIM DIS274-275ASTM Reference Standards276-303Diisocyanates298UOP Standards304Miscellaneous: Biocides in Fracking Fluids NEW305Skinner List, Fire DebrisBiofuels306-309TPH, Fuels and Hydrocarbons310-313Brownfield Regulation and ISO/DIS 9337313LUFT/LUST (UST) Methods:314-327State Specific, GRH, DRH - TPHOil, Grease & TPH - EPA Methods 1664, 413.2/418.1 & 8440327Wear Metals (Organometallics) and Lubricating Oils367-373
ASTM Table of ContentsASTM MethodsASTM # Related Method DescriptionPageASTM Table of ContentsCross Reference Tables (ASTM,IP,ISO,DIN,JIS,AFNOR)267PIANO, PONA, PNA by GC272-273D56Flash Point by TAG Closed Cup268D86Synthetic Distillation Standard268D92Flash Point Standards (COC)268D93Flash Point Standards (PMCC)268D445Viscosity Calibration Standard268D611Aniline Point Standard268D1015Freezing Point Standards269D1319Olefin Analysis by FIA269D1744Water in Liquid Petroleum Products269D2386Freezing Point Calibration Standards269D2500Cloud Point Calibration Standards269D2622Sulfur by XRF270-271D2789Hydrocarbon Analysis in Gasoline by GC/MS274D2887Boiling Range by GC274, 277Simulated Distillation (SIM DIS) by GCD3120Sulfur by Oxidative Microcoulometry270-271D3230Salts in Crude Oil275, 363D3231Phosphorus in Gasoline368D3237Lead in Gasoline by AA275, 363D3246Sulfur in Petroleum Gas by Oxidative Microcoulometry 270-271,275D3524Diesel Fuel Diluent in Used Diesel Egine Oils by GC275D3605Trace Metal in Gas Turbine Fuels by AA374D3606Benzene & Toluene in Finished Motor & Aviation Gas by GC 276D3710Boiling Range by GC277D3798p-Xylene Analysis by GC277D3831Manganese in Gasoline by AA277, 374D4059PCB Analysis by GC277D4291Ethylene Glycol by GC278D4294Sulfur by ED-XRF270-271, 278D4377Water in Liquid Petroleum Products269, 278D4420Aromatics in Gasoline by GC278D4628Wear Metals in Lube Oil278, 370, 373D4629Nitrogen by Chemiluminescence278D4815Oxygenates in Gasoline by GC279D4927Wear Metals and Additives by WD-XRF279, 371-374D4928Water in Liquid Petroleum Products269, 279D4929Organic Chloride Content in Crude Oil279D4951Wear Metals and Additives by ICP279, 371-374D5056Trace Metals in Petroleum Coke by AA279, 367D5059Lead in Gasoline by X-Ray Spectroscopy280D5134Petroleum Naphthas through n-Nonane by GC280D5184Al and Si by ICP-AES and AA280, 348D5185Wear Metals and Additives by ICP280, 369D5186Aromatics by SFC280D5188Vapor - Liquid Ratio Temperature281D5191Vapor Pressure Standards281, 284D5307Boiling Range Distribution of Crude Petroleum by GC281D5441MtBE Analysis by GC282Sulfur Standards rSulfurSulfurSulfurSulfurSulfurSulfurSulfurASTM # Related Method DescriptionPetroleum Waxes by GC283PNA Analysis by Multidimensional GC283Sulfur by Ultra Violet Fluorescence270-271, 283, 303Vapor Pressure Standards281, 284Ethanol Analysis by GC284Aromatics by GC285Oxygenates by OFID286-287Oxygenates by Reductive Pyrolysis289Sulfur Compounds by Sulfur Selective Detection289Trace Metals by ICP289, 370Nitrogen by Chemiluminescence289Aromatics by GC/MS290-297Cloud Point of Petro Products269Cloud Point of Petro Products (Linear Cooling Rate)269Cloud Point of Petro Products (Constant Cooling Rate)269Diisocyanates298Furanic Compounds in Electrical Insulation (HPLC) NEW298Ni, V, Fe & Na in Crude Oils and Residual Fuels by AA 298, 371Freezing Point Aviation Fuels269Oxygenates and Aromatics by GC/FTIR298Plastic Packaging Testing94PCBs by GC299Solvent Red 164 Dye Concentration in Diesel Fuels299Oxygenates (O-PONA) in Engine Fuels by GC299Total Olefins in Spark Ignition Engine Fuels by GC300Water in Liquid Petro Products269, 300Sulfur in Gasoline by Wavelength WD-XRF270-271, 300Boiling Range Distribution of Petroleum300Vapor Pressure301Aromatic Hydrocarbon by HPLC301Engine Oil by GC301Sulfur by ECD301Metals in Oil301, 371-374Sulfur in Gasoline by ED-XRF270-271, 301Lube Oils by ED-XRF301, 371-374Olefin Content of Gasoline by SFC301(EN14105) Free and Total Glycerin302(IP 391) Aromatic Hydrocarbon by HPLC302Sulfur in Biodiesel303Nonylphenol and Octylphenol263Lube Oils by ED-XRF274Nonylphenol and Octylphenol263Thiodiglycol by LC/MS/MS264Ethanolamines by LC/MS/MS264Carbamates by LC/MS/MS264Carbamates by LC/MS/MS264Nitrogen in Water343E1064E1387E1618Water in PetroleumFire Debris AnalysisFire Debris AnalysisWear Metals Groupby XRFby Oxidative Microcoulometryin Petro Gas by Oxidative Microcoulometryby ED-XRFby Ultra Violet FluorescenceCompounds by Sulfur Selective Detectionin Gasoline by Wavelength WD-XRFin Gasoline by 1Trace Metals in Gas Turbine Fuel by AAWear Metals in Lube OilWear Metals and Additives by WDXRFWear Metals and Additives by ICPWear Metals and Additives by ICPTrace Metals by ICPTrace Metals by AAMetals in OilLube Oils by ED-XRFAdditional MethodsMotor Oil StandardsChlorine in Lube OilMethod 1664, Oil, Grease and TPHMethod 413.2, 418.1 and TPH AnalysisMethod 8440 TPH AnalysisMethod 1004 Alcohol Oxidation Products in Engine 11279327327327315AccuStandard is an ISO accredited Reference Material Producer269305305MEMBER
ASTMASTM Committee D02 has jurisdiction over 580 published methods pertaining to petroleum products and lubricants. AccuStandard is a member ofthis technical committee, as well as ASTM Committee D16 on Aromatic Hydrocarbons. Working with fellow committee members has given us theopportunity to formulate products to meet the requirements of many of these methods.In addition, AccuStandard can prepare, package and ship products for both ASTM PTP’s (proficiency testing programs) and Interlaboratory studies.Please contact our Technical Service Department for more information.Use this Cross-reference Table to match other Methods for known Petrochemical 58515625177551791JISK 2580K 2254K 2265K 2265K 2283514215159751400T6K 2276K 2269K 2541K 1M07-024T60-154M07-048T60-105This is a partial list of Standardsavailable for ASTM Methods.Tables Generated from(a) R.A. Nadkarni, “Guide to ASTM Test Methods for theAnalysis of Petroleum Products and Lubricants,” Manual44 (200), ASTM West Conshohocken, PA(b) Annual Book of ASTM Standards 2000, Volumes05.01 to 6M07-05351391T1M07-05851391T2ASTMANALYSISTag Flash PointDistillationCOC Flash PointPMCC Flash PointKinematic ViscosityAniline PointHydrocarbon Types by FIDWater (Karl Fischer)Freezing PointCloud PointSulfur by XRFBoiling Range By GCSulfur by Oxidative MicrocoulometryLead by AASSulfur by Oxidative MicrocoulometryMetals by AABenzene by GCSulfur by ED-XRFWater (Karl Fischer)Metals by AANitrogen by Chemiluminescence DetectionMetals by WD-XRFWater (Karl Fischer)Lead in Gas By X-RayVapor PressureOxygenatesCloud PointCloud PointCloud PointFreezing PointAuto-Freeze PointHydrocarbons AutomaticHydrocarbons AutomaticMetals10337M07-07914597Viscosity testingAccuStandard.com267
ASTMPhysical PropertiesASTM D56, D92, D93 Flash Point StandardsThe reference material is a stable, pure hydrocarbon with a method specific flash point determined by using the ASTM Method # referenced.ASTM #PMCC D93PMCC D93COC D92COC D92Nominal Flash Point60 C93 C200 C230 CCat. 32-04Price / Unit 110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mLPMCC D93PMCC D93COC D92TCC D5665 C134 C138 C67 -04 175130130175////250250250250mLmLmLmLASTM D86 Distillation StandardsThe automatic distillation apparatus duplicates the distillation conditions of the manual method. The increasedreliance on electronic control requires an independent standard to verify that the apparatus is performingcorrectly. This synthetic blend of hydrocarbons boil in the temperature range specified in ASTM D86 distillationGroups 1 and 2, and a fuel oil that meets the group 4 criteria.The Group 1 and 2 standards cover the boiling range 129-368 F (54-187 C). The Group 4 standard covers therange from 410-670 F (210-355 C).ASTM Physical PropertiesGroupDescription1, 2Synthetic Distillation Standard4Distillation StandardCat. No.ASTM-P-126-01 ASTM-P-127-01 ASTM-P-127-02 Price / Unit 190 / 500 mL160 / 250 mL290 / 500 mLDistillation apparatus Hazardous fee required for air shipments.ASTM D445 Viscosity Calibration StandardsViscosity @ 40 C4 Cst7 Cst19 Cst61 Cst180 Cst520 CstCat. 28-04ASTM-P-128-05ASTM-P-128-06Price / Unit 60 / 500 mL60 / 500 mL60 / 500 mL60 / 500 mL60 / 500 mL60 / 500 mLASTM D611 Aniline Point StandardsThe accuracy of the automated aniline point apparatus can be verified using a range of standards whose aniline points are determined using ASTMD611 (Method A) and ASTM D611 (Method E). Standards are packaged in 20 mL ampules in an inert atmosphere.Aniline Point Verification Method 611(A)Set include 5 Standards listed belowNominal Aniline Point0 C30 C55 C68 C94 C268Cat. 05Price / Unit 90 / 5 x 20 mL20 mL20 mL20 mL20 mL20 mLAniline Point Verification Method 611(E)Set include 3 Standards listed belowNominal Aniline Point43 C62 C77 CPure AnilineCat. -PAKAccuStandard is an ISO accredited Reference Material ProducerPrice / Unit 90 / 3 x 20 mL20 mL20 mL20 mL 30 / 5 x 15 mL
ASTMPhysical PropertiesASTM D1015, D2386, D5972 Freezing Points of High Purity HydrocarbonsNominal Freezing Point- 50 C- 45 CCat. No.ASTM-P-129-01 ASTM-P-129-02 Price / Unit 110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mLASTM D1319 Calibration Standards by Fluorescent Indicator Adsorption FIAOlefin FIA Calibration CurveFIA-CAL-SETTotalTotalTotalTotalStd. 1Target rdStandard1234567Std. 3Vol.%5.052.025.018.0Cat. No.Price / 1 mLFIA-CAL-01 FIA-CAL-0660FIA-CAL-0760FIA Paraffin Standard891514Std. 5Vol.%8.045.029.018.0Std. 6Vol.%10.045.028.017.0Std. 7Vol.%12.040.030.018.0FIA Olefin StandardFIA-OLEFIA-OLE-5MLAt stated Vol. %1-Pentene2,3-Dimethyl-2-butene 35 / 1 x 1 mL 115 / 1 x 5 mL8 Std. 4Vol.%6.051.026.017.0141914733.333.3FIA Aromatic StandardFIA-AROFIA-ARO-5MLAt stated Vol. D131Meets seidu elinEPA G FGfor RisAnalys 45 / 1 x 1 mL 135 / 1 x 5 mL3 comps.1-Heptene33.3Technical NoteThese standards have beenprepared for the determination ofaromatics, olefins, oxygenates andsaturates in petroleum fractions byFluorescent Indicator Adsorption(FIA) IP designation 156/95.The certificate for the FIA calibrationcurve lists both the volume percentsfor the hydrocarbon types and theindividual volume percents for eachanalyte in the functional group.The weight fraction for eachhydrocarbon type and individualanalyte is also listed on thecertificate. 35 / 1 x 1 mL 115 / 1 x 5 mL10 comps.ASTM Physical PropertiesFIA-PARFIA-PAR-5MLAt stated Vol. %n-Pentanen-HexaneCyclohexanen-HeptaneStd. 2Vol.%4.055.024.017.0 300 / 7 x 1 benzene81,2,4,5-Tetramethylbenzene 4Naphthalene4ASTM D1744, E1064, D4377, D4928, D6304 Water in Liquid Petroleum Products by Karl FischerStandards are available for coulometric Karl Fischer titrations and are packaged in 2 mL, 5 mL, and 20 mLampules in sets of 5 and 10. The following concentrations are available:DescriptionWater content 60 µg/gWater content 100 µg/gWater content 1000 µg/gWater content 5000 µg/gCat. KKF-50X-2ML-VAPKF-50X-5ML-VAPKF-50X-20ML-PAKPrice / Unit 65 / 10 x 5 mL40 / 10 x 2 mL45 / 10 x 5 mL50 / 5 x 20 mL40 / 10 x 2 mL45 / 10 x 5 mL50 / 5 x 20 mL40 / 10 x 2 mL45 / 10 x 5 mL50 / 5 x 20 mLValue Added PAKPackaged in ready to use quantities.Karl Fischer titratorValue Added Paks (Cat. No.’s ending in -VAP) provide multiple singleunits packaged together for both greater stability and cost savings.ASTM D2500, D5771, D5772, D5773 Cloud Point Calibration StandardsCloud Point, Approx. Value 5 C- 2 C- 10 C- 15 C- 20 CCat. 31-04ASTM-P-131-05 Price / Unit 110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL110 / 250 mL Hazardous fee required for air shipments.Cloud PointAccuStandard.com269
ASTMSulfurD2622, D3120, D3246, D4294, D5453, D6334, D6445 & Proposed ASTM Sulfur MethodsThese calibration standards are designed for the analysis of sulfur in a wide variety of matrices such as #2 diesel fuel, white mineral oil, kerosene,gasoline, crude oil and residual oil. Sulfur standards are manufactured from the highest quality raw materials, including well characterized startingmaterials and the lowest sulfur matrices available. These standards are manufactured on a weight/weight basis using balanc
ASTM Methods. ASTM Listing and Cross References 266-267 Physical Properties 268-269 Sulfur Standards 270-271 PIANO. NEW 272-273 Detailed Hydrocarbon Analysis and SIM DIS 274-275 ASTM Reference Standards 276-303 Diisocyanates298 UOP Standards 304 Miscellaneous: Biocides in Fracking Fluids . NEW. 305 Skinner List, Fire Debris Biofuels 306-309 TPH, Fuels and Hydrocarbons 310-313 Brownfield .
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