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Seta - FAME in Jet Instrument (FIJI)

IP 583 | ASTM D7797 - Determination of the fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) content of aviation turbine fuel (AVTUR) with fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) – Rapid screening method

The patented Fame In Jet Instrument (FIJI) has been developed to offer the industry a rapid and easy check on parts per million (ppm or mg/kg) levels of FAME in aviation fuel using test method IP 583.

FIJI uniquely utilises state of the art Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) technology and a patented sample preparation system which allows FAME detection accuracy down to the 10mg/kg level.

FIJI can be used as a field or lab based screening tool to give a quick indication of possible FAME contamination that may then necessitate further investigations. The instrument can be used to prevent expensive testing and avoid costly delays of fuel release.

Technical specifications

Measurement range 10-150 ppm (mg/kg) FAME in Aviation Turbine Fuels
Test duration 20 minutes
Sample size 50 ml
Operating temperature range 5 to 35°C maximum (80% RH)
Power 50 W maximum
Voltage 100/250 V, 50/60 Hz
Size (H x W X D) 55 x 38 x 42 cm
Weight Approx 20 kg

Key features

  • Analysis time 15 minutes (approx)
  • Certified range 10-150 mg/kg FAME in AVTUR
  • Laboratory and field instrument
  • Fully automatic
  • Suitable for untrained operators
  • No cleaning solvents required
  • No pre-sample preparation
  • 50ml sample volume

Video FIJI FAME in Jet Instrument for IP 583 | ASTM D7797 | Def Stan 91-91 | ASTM D1655 | ASTM D7963

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