Diverse chromatographic and fractionating techniques that include chromatography of gases (GC), liquids (HPLC, GPC, preparative), combined techniques, selective detection, multidimensional (GCxGC), solid phase extraction, and more.
Both for Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids. Featured techniques include dynamic, rotational or stationary, micro-rheology, microfluidic as well as the use of rheometers (stress-control or strain-control, capillary extrusion), high pressure rheometers, dynamic mechanical thermal analysis (DMTA), drilling oil characterization equipment, viscometers (capillary kinematic, Brookfield, Haake, among others), four-ball wear tests, shear tests, HFRR friction and wear tests, MTM machines, and more, including studies on various harshness, temperature, and pressure conditions.
Applied to different compounds (fuel, lubricant, polymer compounds, and in general any formulation of oil products). Technique examples: thermogravimetric (TGA), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), freezing point (FP), cloud point (CP), cold filter plugging point (CFPP), pour point (PP), volatility (vapor pressure), and stickiness analyses; Vicat, Mettler, and ring and ball softening point methods; and ageing, global visible light transmission, opacity, clarity, density, porosity, permeability, capillary pressure, degree of cross-link, and particle shape studies, among others
Collection of organic and organometallic molecules and macromolecules through chemical reactions.
Different techniques for studying both static and dynamic mechanical properties of a material (rock, polymer, metal, compound or catalyst material, among others). Other techniques include traction/compression, bending, torsion, shear, hardness, impact resistance, fracture resistance, peeling, resilience, fatigue, and creep resistance, among others.
This includes atomic spectrometry (optic ICP, ICP-mass, and X-ray fluorescence), specific elemental analysis, potentiometric titration, isotopic analysis, and X-ray diffraction (XRD); electric and electrochemical techniques (potentiometric and volumetric titration, ion chromatography, and resistivity); as well as physico-chemical preparation techniques for samples such as digestion/mineralization techniques and SARA (or SAR) analysis of crude oils.
Techniques found within the Spectrometry category include Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR, both high resolution and low field or TD-NMR), infrared and Raman spectroscopy, ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, and mass spectrometry (MS).
Techniques found within the category of solid characterization include image capture, processing, and characterization. The acquisition of 2D and 3D data in techniques like scanning electron microscopy (SEM, EDS-SEM, FIB-SEM, and cathodoluminescence), optical microscopy (conventional, cathodoluminescence, 3D, spectrophotometric, microthermometry), fluorescence microscopy (confocal laser scanning and optical), X-ray diffraction, and X-ray tomography (at different scales).
Experimental characterization of the composition and behavior of reservoir fluid in relation to the dynamics of phase changes (solid-liquid-gas), EOR, and chemical impact on fluid performance to feed reservoir, production, and installation simulators with fluid behavior models.
We have several engine test bench cells to be used by third parties equipped with the following: water circuit adaptation equipment, oil circuit adaptation equipment, and fuel gauge.
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Our facilities have the capacity to produce up to 1,000 liters/batch of customized lubricant oil formulas. We also have pilot-scale polymer compounding equipment available.
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Evaluation of fuel and lubricant performance through the following tests: heavy duty engine performance, performance and duration for racing engines, gasoline and diesel additives evaluation, and performance and duration of motorcycle oil.
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High-temperature HPLC chromatography that determines the molecular weight and its distribution in polymeric materials that require being dissolved at high temperatures such as polyolefins (HDPE, PP, LDPE, LLDPE, and EP, EVA, and EBA copolymers).
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The pyrolysis coupled to GC/MS technique is used to obtain structural information of macromolecules through a GC/MS analysis of its thermal degradation products in the absence of oxygen.
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Experimental characterization of the composition and behavior of reservoir fluid in relation to the dynamics of phase changes (solid-liquid-gas) to measure properties in conditions relevant to reservoir and production operations.
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Rheological studies of different products based on their nature using various techniques and equipment (viscometers, rheometers, etc.) and according to customer requirements.
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Feedstocks and additives evaluation for coker units by conducting experimental tests in a delayed coker pilot plant. Studies of the operating conditions effects (P, Tª, water flow).
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A hybrid (digital experimental) product based on AI and very fast laboratory protocols to estimate reservoir properties by linear and nonlinear models generation using available lithological material.
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Two-dimensional gas chromatography hyphenated to different detectors FID, MS, NCD and SCD provides a detailed characterization of complex samples due to its greater resolution and enhanced sensitivity.
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Our full digital Physics Driven solution for rock properties determination. It is based on multiphysics imaging of lithological material and the application of petrophysical/mechanical models to the acquired image data for rock characterization.
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