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PAC is pleased to announce the latest version of its advanced laboratory instrument data integration software, IRIS Software v2.0.
PAC is pleased to announce that its ISL PMD 110 is now approved for use in the ASTM Reference Standard D1655 for Aviation Fuels.
PAC is pleased to announce the release of its next generation flash point instrument, the Herzog OptiFlash Pensky-Martens. PAC has over 50 years of experience in developing automatic flash point analyzers for petroleum products, biodiesels, solvents, fluxed bitumen, food, and beverages.
PAC recently welcomed Samuel Wong as the Vice-President of Sales for Asia Pacific. In addition, PAC recently opened a new facility in the free trade zone of Shanghai, China. This is the second PAC office in Shanghai.
PAC is pleased to announce that its ISL Houillon Viscometers, the VH1 and VH2, comply with the recently released revised version of ASTM D7279-14 Standard. The new revision of the standard extends the scope from lubricating oils to include distillates and also adds a new precision at 40°C and 100°C.
PAC recently released its latest 393 flanged process viscosity sensor. The 393 sensor’s new design is configurable to the end user’s needs; it has numerous industry standard process connection options, including ANSI, DIN, and RTJ flanges.
PAC developed the newly released ASTM D7668 for the PAC Herzog CID 510. It provides highly accurate Derived Cetane Number (DCN) analysis for diesel fuels with excellent correlation to the CFR Engine.
PAC pioneered the IP 599 method, “Determination of Fatty Acid Methyl Esters (FAME) in aviation turbine fuel - Gas Chromatography using heart-cut and refocusing”, that was recently approved and published by the Energy Institute (EI).
PAC’s AC Analytical Controls Reformulyzer M4 fully complies with the recently released revision of the multi-dimensional GC method EN ISO 22854 method from CEN and ISO.
PAC’s Alcor JFTOT® IV recently won a GOOD DESIGN award presented by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
PAC recently launched a new extended option for Cambridge Viscosity VISCOlab PVT, a high pressure viscometer for oil, gas and supercritical fluids.