ANP develops equipment that detects methanol

A new equipment that detects the presence of methanol in the gasoline and ethanol was approved by the National Petroleum Agency, Gas Natural and Biofuels (ANP). Efficacy has been recognised by the Research and Technological Analysis of the ANP (CPT-ANP).

The equipment was developed based on a method already approved in 2018 by the agency. In addition, the technology presented had already been tested by some potential users and consists of a meter colorimetric using the same reactions prescribed in ISO 1388-8, with detection by photometry. The new technology meets the demand of distributors easy to handle equipment with analytical reliability.


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